Air Canada has decided to waive fees for passengers with flights booked to Paris this weekend.
In light of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, claiming the life of around 140 people, Air Canada has installed a goodwill policy to help travelers with tickets to Paris on Friday and Saturday this weekend. If those travelers wish to change their tickets to a later date, Air Canada will waive all associated fees.
Regardless of the security situation in France, the airline plans to continue its service to the capital city.
“We are monitoring the tragic situation in Paris very closely as it evolves. We plan to operate our flights to and from Paris,” the company said on Twitter.
At this time, all airlines operating out of France will continue to operate their normal schedules, however some are currently operating with delays. Despite the borders being closed, Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport remains open with heightened security.