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Given The Increasing Case Of Covid, Canada Asked To Investigate In Sunwing Flight

Sunwing Flight
Sunwing Flight

Canada asks regulators to investigate maskless people On Sunwing flight given rising cases of Covid. There will be a fine of $4,000 for the travelers if someone does not follow the rules. So, these rules, Canada has made to save the corona to travel.

Canada’s transport minister orders testing for passengers without masks. On Tuesday, just as Sunwing Airlines was ready to fly to Cancun. So, passengers were screened given the increasing cases of Covid-19.

Investigation by Transport Minister

Transport Minister Omar Alghabara tweeted on Twitter that he asked the transport regulator to investigate media reports on passengers taking selfies, drinking, and gathering together on a flight from Canada to Montreal on December 30. And asked for action on this.

“I have received reports of unacceptable behavior on a Sunwing flight. I have taken this matter seriously. And I will take strict action against those who do not follow the rules,” said Alghbra.

Transport Canada will take strict action against those who do not follow its set rules. The Ministry of Transportation has been in contact with the airline regarding this flight. Thus, passengers who did not comply with the rules were deemed criminals and could be fined up to $4,000 – $5,000

From Toronto

The Toronto-headquartered said in an email that “a group of passengers on a private charter flight had been mistreated and violated many of Canada’s Covid-19 regulations as well as public health regulations.”

Sunwing also acknowledged this and stated that after screening its passengers and a group’s refusal to accept all conditions. It had canceled a return flight to Montreal scheduled for 5 January. Before the flight to Cancun, the company’s security department launched an investigation and also gave Transport Canada a preliminary notification.

“This behavior of passengers is not acceptable to us and it can put our cabin crew at great risk. Also, we will not hesitate to take action against such behavior of the crowd. We also have to ensure that it never happens again in the future. Don’t be.” Canadian Federation President Reena Kisfalvi says.

Canada’s most populous province has closed schools until January 17. Quebec has closed restaurant dining rooms, and a 10 pm-5 am. There is a curfew to curb the spread of the coronavirus and rising cases has been implemented.

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