Following changes in Italian government regulations that pretty much lock down the country – as well as ongoing health and safety concerns – Air Canada has suspended service between Canada and Italy 11.
A spokesperson for Air Canada told PressToday that, “Our last flight to Rome will depart Toronto on the evening of March 10 and the last flight returning from Rome will be March 11 to Montreal. We continue to monitor this situation and evaluate conditions prior to resuming service. We currently plan to restart service May 1.”
Air Canada’s service to Italy consisted of once-daily flights from Canada to Rome on alternate days from Toronto and Montreal.
Affected customers will be notified and offered travel options, including a full refund.
Air Canada is also continuing to monitor the situation in Israel with respect to its Tel Aviv flights, but the carrier’s spokesperson said that there was “no update at this time” on that situation.
Go to www.aircanada.ca for more.
Source: Travel Press