25 more Toronto flights identified with confirmed coronavirus cases

Oct 29 2020, 1:38 pm

The Canadian government has identified more coronavirus cases on international and domestic flights to and from Toronto in almost two weeks.

According to theĀ Government of Canada, Air India flight AI187 from Delhi to Toronto on October 17 has reported confirmed coronavirus cases on board the flight; however, the affected rows are unknown at the moment.

The same goes for Turkish Air flight TK17 from Instanbul to Toronto on October 18; affected rows are unknown.

Air Canada flight AC849 from London to Toronto on October 18 also reported a positive case with affected rows 50 to 54.

The same day, Air Canada flight AC873 from Frankfurt to Toronto identified affected rows 29 to 35.

The next day, October 19, Air Canada flight AC849 from London to Toronto identified affected rows 50 to 54.

Copa Airlines CM471 from Toronto to Panama City on October 21 identified affected rows 30 to 36.

Three days later, on October 24, Air Canada flight AC992 from Mexico City to Toronto identified affected rows 17 to 22.

On October 25, Air India flight AI187 from Delhi to Toronto reported a positive COVID-19 case onboard the flight; however, affected rows are unknown.

The same day, Air Canada flight AC42 from Toronto to New Delhi identified affected rows 26 to 30.

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The government also identified several more domestic flights from Toronto with coronavirus cases.

On October 16, Flair Airlines F8187 from Winnipeg to Toronto identified rows 10 to 16.

The next day, on October 17, four flights also reported positive cases onboard their flights.

WestJet flight WS676 from Calgary to Toronto with rows 26 to 30, Air Canada/Jazz flight from AC8317 from Toronto to Sault Ste. Marie (rows unknown), Air Canada/Jazz flight AC7939 from Toronto to Regina with rows 14 to 20, and Air Canada flight AC7937 from Toronto to Regina (rows unknown).

On October 19, Air Canada flight AC127 from Toronto to Vancouver identified affected rows 26 to 30.

The next day, on October 20, another six flights with confirmed cases were reported by the Canadian government.

Air Canada/Sky Regional flight AC7484 from Toronto to Deer Lake had a positive case on board the flight; however, rows are unknown. Air Canada flight AC170 from Edmonton to Toronto identified rows 27 to 33, and Air Canada flight AC481 from Montreal to Toronto identified rows 15 to 21.

The other three flights include Air Canada flight AC7476 from Toronto to Quebec with affected rows 12 to 15, Air Canada flight AC128 from Vancouver to Toronto with affected rows 31 to 37, and Air Canada flight AC690 from Toronto to St. John’s with affected rows 17 to 23.

Two days later, WestJet flight WS711 from Toronto to Vancouver identified affected rows 16 to 22.

On October 22, Air Canada flight from AC424 from Toronto to Montreal identified affected rows 25 to 29.

On October 24, Air Canada flight AC626 from Toronto to Halifax identified affected rows 18 to 24.

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