When Canada reopens its borders to fully vaccinated United States tourists for the first time in over a year on Aug. 9, Delta is ready to welcome them back with more flight and seat options.
Beginning in September, Delta will more than double the number of daily flights between the United States and Canada, from eight to 19, resulting in a 150 percent increase in available seats.
Customers will have nonstop, simple access to Canada’s main business and leisure markets from several US hubs, including extra flights to Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, and Montreal, as well as resumed service to Winnipeg.
The most significant increase will be in Toronto, which will expand to ten daily flights in September. In addition, four daily flights between New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Toronto will begin on September 13 for the first time.
Delta Medallion Members planning a vacation to Canada can also take advantage of expanded elite reciprocal loyalty perks with partner WestJet, which were recently released to further increase the rewards while traveling between the carriers.
Travelers should be aware of the requirements to enter Canada. You will need to provide both proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure.
To re-enter the United States, you must provide proof of a negative test within 3 days of departure.