Air Canada will resume its nonstop service from Toronto to Grenada on Oct. 30.
Flights will operate twice a week, on Sundays and Thursdays, between Toronto Pearson International Airport and Maurice Bishop International Airport.
“The return of Air Canada is welcome news at a time when accessibility and travel convenience are key to attracting international visitors,” said Clarice Modeste-Curwen, Grenada’s tourism minister, in a press statement. “Canadian arrival numbers have remained strong, in spite of the absence of direct service, so we know that the demand is there.”
This demand was confirmed by Diana Rodriguez, project director, Air Canada Vacations, who noted that Grenada “is pacing ahead of 2019 numbers” and that “group business is up by 37 percent.”
In April, Grenada made it easier for both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers to visit the island by removing all COVID restrictions. Travelers do not have to take COVID tests prior to or upon arrival, fill out health declaration forms or quarantine.
Located in the eastern Caribbean, Grenada offers travelers a healthy mix of natural activities to explore, including 15 waterfalls, 40 beaches and 30 dive sites, as well as made-made attractions, including rum distilleries and the Molinere Bay Underwater Sculpture Park—a 9,200-sq.-ft. underwater garden boasting 75 sculptures.
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