As the world starts to open again, it is important to be aware of the way travel has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The rules and requirements for travelling on domestic and internatinal flights can change quickly, so it is recommended to review the current COVID-19 travel policies for boarding and vaccination requirements, as well as travel requirements applicable to you based on your destination.

Please note that masks are still a requirement for all travellers of the Canadian Rockies International Airport. 

Travel Requirements as per Transport Canada: 

As of June 20, 2022, proof of vaccination will not longer be a requirement to board any flight within Canada. 

  • This change does not affect border measures that require ALL travellers entering Canada to follow entry requirements. 
  • Canadian citizens and Canadian permanent residents who are returning from international destinations and do not qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller are required to provide a valid pre-entry test result and are subject to Day 1 & Day 8 molecular testing; and a 14 day quarantine. 
  • Travellers entering Canada are required to use the ArriveCAN app within 72hrs before their arrival to Canada. Travellers who arrive without completing their ArriveCAN submission, may be subject to Day 1 & Day 8 molecular testing, 14 day quarantine, and fines or other enforcement action, regardless of their vaccination status. 
  • Public health measures, such as wearing a mask throughout your journey, continue to apply and will be enforced by ALL airlines in Canada. 

 If you are flying to a country that requires a COVID-19 test to enter, please refer to our COVID-19 Testing in Cranbrook page for more information on where to get testing in town.