With the border closure extended, that means more impacts on air travel. Air Canada flights to the U.S. are being suspended temporarily but with hopes to resume them towards the end of May. Previously the airline had been doing repatriation flights after the border was shut down.\nOn April 21, Air Canada announced that service to our neighbouring country would be suspended temporarily for four weeks.\nWith that change in service, the last flight between the two countries is scheduled to take off on April 26.\nThis is all because of the agreement between Canada and the U.S. to keep the border closed, an extension of the previous deal that happened in March.\nFollowing the suspension, the airline hopes to take to the sky again on May 22.\nHowever, that date could change if the two governments agree to once again extend the border closure because of COVID-19.\nFor people who have flights booked during this time, Air Canada is waiving change fees so that they can reschedule their trip with no added fee.\nDuring the previous border closure, Air Canada had limited service to 11 destinations in the U.S. from its three Canadian hubs.\nThat was primarily to help out with repatriation flights.\nView this post on Instagram A heartwarming special flight on AC2017 from Buenos Aires to Toronto bringing more Canadians home. Thank you to our unwavering crew and the Government of Canada as we continue to #FlyTheFlag. (📸: Embassy of Canada in Argentina) . . Ramener plus de Canadiens à la maison à bord du vol spécial AC2017, depuis Buenos Aires à destination de Toronto, réchauffe nos cœurs. Merci à notre équipage dévoué et au gouvernement du Canada, nous continuons de porter #HautLeDrapeau. (📸: Ambassade du Canada en Argentine) A post shared by Air Canada (@aircanada) on Apr 5, 2020 at 7:26pm PDT\nOn April 18, Justin Trudeau announced that Canada and the U.S. had agreed to keep the border closed to non-essential travel for another 30 days.\n"This is an important decision and one that will keep people on both sides of the border safe," he said.\nThat closure would last well into May and there hasn't been any word on if there's a possibility for another extension.\nView this post on Instagram Air Canada Boeing 777-300er C-FIVX YUL @aircanada @aircanadafanpage @yulaeroport #aircanada #boeing #boeinglovers #boeing777 #boeing777300er #boeinglover #boeingfanpage #boeingcompany #b777 #b777300er #b777lovers #b773 #777300er #cfivx #megaplane #megaplanes #aeroplane #aeroplanes #aeroplanelovers #aircraft #aircraftphotography #aircraftlovers #aircrafts #airplane_lovers #airplanelovers #airplanespotting #airplanepictures #airplanephotography #airplane_pictures #aviationlovers A post shared by AL_Photography_YQB (@al_photography_yqb) on Apr 21, 2020 at 9:58am PDT\nThe airline has also suspended international flights until June while Air Transat and Sunwing have extended their cancellations to May 31 at the earliest.\nAir Canada has reduced its flight schedule by more than 90% since March 16 because of COVID-19.\nThe Globe and Mail has reported that attempts to bring Canadians home amid the pandemic are winding down.\nNarcity has reached out to Air Canada to see if its repatriation flights will continue from the U.S.