Delta doubles its flights to Canada.

Canada reopens its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. travelers for the first time in more than a year on August 9, and Delta Air Lines is set to double the number of daily flights between the U.S. and Canada beginning in September from eight to 19, a 150% increase in available seats.

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Customers will enjoy nonstop, easy access from multiple U.S. hubs to Canada’s largest business and leisure markets, including more flights to Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal, as well as restarted service to Winnipeg.

For the first time ever, four daily flights between New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Toronto will launch Sept. 13.

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Flights to Winnipeg and Calgary may be operated by Delta Connection partner SkyWest Airlines. Flights to Montreal and Toronto may be operated by Delta Connection partner Endeavor Air.

To enter Canada, customers will need to provide both proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure. To re-enter the U.S., customers must provide proof of a negative test within 3 days of departure.

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