38 more flights to or from Calgary with confirmed COVID-19 cases

Nov 30 2020, 12:00 pm

If you flew into or out of Calgary International Airport recently, you might want to check this list.

The Government of Canada has updated their list of domestic and international flights that have confirmed COVID-19 exposures, and 38 of the flights between November 16 and 24 were to or from Calgary.

Here are the 21 additions to the domestic flight list:

  • Air Canada flight AC209 from Calgary to Vancouver on November 16, affecting rows 21 to 27
  • Flair Airlines F8102 from Toronto to Calgary on November 16, affecting rows 24 to 30
  • WestJet flight WS610 from Calgary to Ottawa on November 16, affecting rows 1 to 7
  • Air Canada flight AC202 from Vancouver to Calgary on November 18, affecting rows 13 to 19
  • WestJet flight WS126 from Vancouver to Calgary on November 18, affecting rows 1 to 6
  • WestJet flight WS3270 from Calgary to Regina on November 18, affecting unknown rows
  • WestJet flight WS3254 from Calgary to Saskatoon on November 18, affecting unknown rows
  • Air Canada flight AC225 from Calgary to Vancouver on November 19, affecting rows 13 to 19
  • Air Canada flight AC140 from Calgary to Toronto on November 19, affecting rows 18 to 21
  • WestJet flight WS3179 from Calgary to Grande Prairie on November 19, affecting rows 16 to 19 and 24 to 30
  • Flair Airlines flight F8102 from Calgary to Vancouver on November 20, affecting rows 9 to 15
  • WestJet flight WS3144 from Fort McMurray to Calgary on November 20, affecting unknown rows
  • WestJet flight WS119 from Calgary to Vancouver on November 20, affecting rows 4 to 10
  • WestJet flight WS3171 from Calgary to Comox on November 20, affecting rows 3 to 9
  • WestJet flight WS139 from Calgary to Vancouver on November 22, affecting rows 2 to 8
  • Air Canada flight AC144 from Calgary to Toronto on November 23, affecting rows 22 to 28
  • WestJet flight WS658 from Calgary to Toronto on November 23, affecting rows 1 to 7
  • WestJet flight WS3129 from Regina to Calgary on November 23, affecting rows 1 to 4
  • WestJet flight WS669 from Toronto to Calgary on November 23, affecting rows 5 to 11
  • Air Canada flight AC318 from Calgary to Montreal on November 24, affecting unknown rows
  • Air Canada flight AC317 from Montreal to Calgary on November 24, affecting unknown rows

There were also 17 international flights to or from Calgary International Airport with coronavirus cases:

  • American Airlines flight AA3839 from Dallas to Calgary on November 16, affecting rows 10 to 16
  • United Airlines flight UA5388 from Denver to Calgary on November 16, affecting 16 to 22
  • WestJet flight WS1511 from Los Angeles to Calgary on November 16, affecting rows 3 to 13
  • WestJet flight WS1403 from Phoenix to Calgary on November 16, affecting rows 3 to 9 and 18 to 24
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight KL677 from Amsterdam to Calgary on November 18, affecting rows 22 to 28
  • United Airlines flight UA5388 from Denver to Calgary on November 18, affecting rows 14 to 22
  • American Airlines flight AA3839 from Dallas to Calgary on November 19, affecting rows 7 to 13 and 16 to 22
  • WestJet flight WS1403 from Phoenix to Calgary on November 19, affecting rows 24 to 29
  • American Airlines flight AA3839 from Dallas to Calgary on November 20, affecting unknown rows
  • WestJet flight WS1511/DL7179 from Los Angeles to Calgary on November 20, affecting rows 2 to 8
  • United Airlines flight UA5388 from Denver to Calgary on November 21, affecting rows 4 to 10
  • WestJet flight WS2313 from Cancun to Calgary on November 21, affecting rows 22 to 28
  • United Airlines flight UA5388 from Denver to Calgary on November 22, affecting rows 15 to 21
  • WestJet flight WS1403 from Phoenix to Calgary on November 22, affecting rows 7 to 13
  • WestJet flight WS2311 from Cancun to Calgary on November 22, affecting rows 1 to 15 and 21 to 27
  • United Airlines flight UA5388 from Denver to Calgary on November 23, affecting rows 17 to 23
  • Delta flight DL4051 from Minneapolis to Calgary on November 24, affecting rows 7 to 13

Those who may have been sitting in affected rows should be tested for coronavirus by filling out Alberta Health Services’ coronavirus self-assessment tool and self-isolate until receiving a negative test result.

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