COVID-19: Travel Notices & Airline Schedule
Effective 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, the Atlantic provinces are temporarily suspending the Atlantic Travel Bubble to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the region.
Going forward, all travellers to Prince Edward Island, including residents of Atlantic Canada, will require pre-travel approval and need to have a 14-day self-isolation plan in place to enter the province. Island residents returning to Prince Edward Island do not need to apply for pre-travel approval to enter the province, but will need to self-isolate or apply to work-isolate for 14-days.
The following are the requirements for pilots and travellers who arrive at YYG Charlottetown Airport via a private aircraft/unscheduled flight.
*As always, pilots please review the CYYG NOTAMs in place prior to departure
Direction for all arriving travellers who are not permanent residents of PEI:
- Public Health Requirement: A minimum of 72 business hours in advance of your travel date, you must apply for pre-travel approval and receive an approval letter that must be presented to a public health official upon arrival at YYG.
- Public Health Requirement: In accordance with the COVID-19 Prevention and Self-Isolation Order, all persons entering PEI are required to declare if they have any symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 and to self-isolate for 14 days.
- Airport Requirement: Upon arrival at YYG, notify SOC by calling (902) 620-0228.
- Airport Requirement: Pilots must park on Apron 1 and travellers must proceed into Gate 3 for Public Health Screening.
If you have any questions or concerns on the Public Health requirements please reach out to the Chief Public Health Office at (902) 368-4996.
Air Canada's December flight schedule details are below. Schedules are subject to change so please check with Air Canada directly for the latest flight status information.
- Service between Charlottetown and Toronto will be 5x weekly, with additional flights planned for the last 2 weeks of December.
- Service between Charlottetown and Montreal will be 2x weekly, with additional flights planned for the last 2 weeks of December.
- Service between Charlottetown and Ottawa has been temporarily suspended for 2020.
- Service between Charlottetown and Halifax has been suspended indefinitely.
- Service between Charlottetown and Toronto has been suspended until further notice.