Air Canada is making its return to Grenada next week.
The carrier will resume scheduled flights to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport on Aug. 10, according to the Grenada Tourism Authority.
Grenada launched a phased reopening on July 15 that includes only countries with low and medium COVID risk, meaning that does not include the United States for now.
It does allow for travel from Canada, however, considered a “medium risk” country by Grenadian authorities. (You can find more about visiting Grenada here).
“This is a huge step for Pure Grenada, as we continue to observe a measured approach to reopening the destination to international travelers,” commented Patricia Maher, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA). “As one of our key source markets, we are pleased to know that we will be able to welcome back visitors from Canada. While we are happy to have visitors explore our vibrant culture and immersive activities, we encourage all travelers to be mindful and ensure they adhere to the current advisories implemented to ensure their health and safety while visiting Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean.”
Air Canada is operating its flight from Toronto Grenada weekly on Mondays.