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55 more Calgary flights with confirmed COVID-19 cases

The Government of Canada has updated its list of flights confirmed to have COVID-19 exposures and 55 new cases have been detected on international and domestic flights to and from Calgary.

Individuals who have flown from Calgary within Canada should check the list below, as 48 new cases of COVID-19 on domestic flights have been reported by YYC since April 5.

The flights added to the list include:

  • April 5: Air Canada flight AC215 from Calgary to Vancouver (affected rows: 1 to 4 and 12 to 17)
  • April 5: Air Canada flight AC151 from Toronto to Calgary (affected rows: 19-25)
  • April 5: Flair Airlines flight F8822 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 20 to 26)
  • April 5: WestJet flight WS3348 from Edmonton to Calgary (rows 1 through 6 affected)
  • April 5: WestJet flight WS3270 Calgary to Regina (rows 1 to 5 affected)
  • April 6: Air Canada flight AC144 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 19-25)
  • April 6: Air Canada / Jazz flight AC8374 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 2 through 8)
  • April 6: WestJet flight WS669 from Toronto to Calgary (affected rows: 5 through 11)
  • April 7: Air Canada flight AC225 from Calgary to Vancouver (affected rows: 21-27)
  • April 7: WestJet flight WS139 from Calgary to Vancouver (affected rows: 6-18)
  • April 7: WestJet flight WS136 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 21-30)
  • April 8: WestJet flight WS3270 from Calgary to Regina (rows affected: 16-22)
  • April 8: WestJet flight WS3110 Kelowna to Calgary (rows affected: 16-22)
  • April 9: Air Canada flight AC215 from Calgary to Vancouver (affected rows: 25 to 31)
  • April 9: WestJet flight WS3172 from Comox to Calgary (rows affected: 1 to 7)
  • April 10: Air Canada flight AC318 from Calgary to Montreal (affected rows: 12-15)
  • April 10: Air Canada flight AC202 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 22-28)
  • April 10: Air Canada flight AC144 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 3 to 8)
  • April 10: Air Canada / Jazz flight AC8374 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 12-18)
  • April 10: WestJet flight WS3144 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (rows affected: 15-20)
  • April 10: WestJet flight WS3140 from Edmonton to Calgary (rows affected: 15-20)
  • April 11: Air Canada flight AC224 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 26 to 32 and unknown)
  • April 11: Air Canada Flight AC202 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 12 to 16)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS3176 from Abbotsford to Calgary (rows affected: 13-19)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS3113 from Calgary to Victoria (rows affected: 1 through 7)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS3112 from Victoria to Calgary (rows affected: 13-19)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS3225 from Calgary to Edmonton (affected rows: 6 through 12)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS652 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 6 through 12)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS136 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 12-23)
  • April 12: Air Canada Flight AC202 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 25 to 31)
  • April 12: Air Canada / Jazz Flight AC8378 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 1 through 7)
  • April 12: WestJet flight WS3116 from Victoria to Calgary (rows affected: 11-17)
  • April 13: Air Canada flight AC398 from Calgary to Montreal (affected rows: 24 to 30)
  • April 13: Air Canada Flight AC144 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 21-25)
  • April 13: Air Canada Flight AC224 from Vancouver to Calgary (affected rows: 18 to 24)
  • April 13: Air Canada flight AC318 from Calgary to Montreal (affected rows: 37 to 41)
  • April 13: Air Canada / Jazz flight AC8374 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 13-19)
  • April 13: Air Canada / Jazz flight AC8378 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected tow: 13-21)
  • April 13: WestJet flight WS4043 from Fort MacKay to Calgary (rows affected: 18 to 24)
  • April 14: Air Canada Flight AC158 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 25 to 31)
  • April 14: Air Canada flight AC396 from Calgary to Montreal (affected rows: 24-30)
  • April 15: Air Canada flight AC318 from Calgary to Montreal (affected rows: 17-23)
  • April 15: Air Canada / Jazz Flight AC8378 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 1 to 13)
  • April 15: Air Canada / Jazz Flight AC8374 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 5 through 11)
  • April 16: Air Canada flight AC158 from Calgary to Toronto (affected rows: 1 to 4)
  • April 16: Air Canada flight AC396 from Calgary to Montreal (affected rows: 12-18)
  • April 16: WestJet flight WS3144 from Fort McMurray to Calgary (affected rows: 2 through 9 and 12 through 18)
  • April 16: WestJet flight WS232 from Calgary to Halifax (affected rows: 13-20 and 24-30)

According to the Canadian government website, seven more international flights have been confirmed to have had potential COVID-19 exposures since April 7, including two flights traveling from Dallas to Calgary.

The flights added to the list include:

  • April 7: American Airlines Flight AA1354 from Dallas to Calgary (rows affected: 18 to 24)
  • April 9: Air Canada Flight AC2200 from Mexico City to Calgary (affected rows: 26-30)
  • April 9: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight KL677 from Amsterdam to Calgary (affected rows: 20 to 26 and 40 to 46)
  • April 10: WestJet flight WS1858 from Calgary to Kahului (affected rows unknown)
  • April 11: WestJet flight WS1857 from Kahului to Calgary (affected rows unknown)
  • April 12: American Airlines Flight AA1354 from Dallas to Calgary (affected rows: 21-27)
  • April 13: United Airlines Flight UA4687 Denver to Calgary (affected rows: 11-19)

“A row is considered to be affected when there are three rows behind or in front of where a person seated has COVID-19 and during a period of time when they may have been contagious to others,” the Canadian website states Government.

Travelers who recently returned to Canada must be quarantined for 14 days, regardless of whether they have symptoms or whether a COVID-19 transmission was reported on the flight.

For the most up-to-date information or updated flight listings, see the Government of Canada website.

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