Online check-in at Montreal and Quebec City airports is suspended. You will have to go through the check-in counter, where the counter agents will validate your vaccination proof and will ask you a series of questions about your health status.
You could therefore be refused access to our flights if:
- you have COVID-19 or you had it within the previous 10 days, or you have reasonable grounds to suspect that you have COVID-19 or that you have developed signs and symptoms within the previous 10 days.
- you exhibit a fever and a cough, or a fever and breathing difficulties, without presenting a medical certificate proving that these symptoms are not related to COVID-19;
- we have reasons to believe that you could have COVID-19;
- you have been ordered to quarantine yourself after travel or by a local or provincial medical authority.
During check-in, you will be required to answer specific questions issued by Transport Canada which will determine whether you are authorized to travel. Air Inuit will deny access to any passenger who refuses to answer questions and you should know that providing false or misleading answers could result in a fine of up to $ 5,000.
You will need to confirm that you are in possession of a facemask. This mask will have to be worn at all times from boarding up until you exit the aircraft, except:
- a) when the safety of the person could be endangered by wearing a mask;
b) when the person is drinking or eating, unless a crew member instructs the person to wear a mask;
c) when the person is taking oral medications;
d) when a gate agent or a crew member authorizes the removal of the mask to address unforeseen circumstances or the person’s special needs; or
e) when a gate agent, a member of the aerodrome security personnel or a crew member authorizes the removal of the mask to verify the person’s identity.
Please be aware that despite the recent announcements made by the Québec government, masks will continue to be required in all public indoor areas of the Montreal Trudeau Terminal, including the restricted area, as well as on the parking shuttles.
A mask remains mandatory inside our Montreal FBO terminal as well.
A facemask means any mask, including a non-medical mask, that meets all of the following requirements:
- a) it is made of multiple layers of tightly woven materials such as cotton or linen;
b) it completely covers a person’s nose, mouth and chin without gaping;
c) it can be secured to a person’s head with ties or ear loops.
The following passengers are exempted from the obligation to wear a mask:
- a) a child who is less than two years of age;
b) a child who is at least two years of age but less than six years of age who is unable to tolerate wearing a mask;
c) a person who provides a medical certificate certifying that they are unable to wear a mask for a medical reason;
d) a person who is unconscious;
e) a person who is unable to remove their mask without assistance.
You will need to confirm that you understand that you may be subject to restriction measures taken by the federal, provincial or territorial government at the destination airport of your flight in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, when travelling within Canada.