Canada concludes new and amended air transport agreements with three countries

3 July, 2019

Canada's Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced (02-Jul-2019) Canada concluded its new and expanded air transport agreements with Ecuador, Tunisia and Grenada. The expanded agreement with Ecuador allows designated airlines to serve any city in the other country's territory and to operate more passenger and cargo flights per week to/from Canada. The expanded agreement with Tunisia allows designated airlines to operate more scheduled flights per week between Canada and Tunisia. The new Open Skies type agreement with Grenada allows an unlimited number of passenger and cargo flights between Canada and Grenada. The agreements are effective immediately. [more - original PR - English/French]