On Tuesday, February 9, Air Canada announced the temporary cancellation of several more routes as well as another wave of temporary layoffs. \n"We are further reducing our transborder and international commercial schedule as a result of COVID-19," a spokesperson for Air Canada told Narcity in an email. \nEditor's Choice: Canadian Paramedics Captured Jaw-Dropping Northern Lights During The Polar Vortex (PHOTOS)\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nAs of February 18, Air Canada will temporarily suspend until at least April 30 service on 17 routes.\n\n\nAir Canada\n\n\nOn account of the schedule changes, the airline will also be temporarily reducing its unionized workforce by 1,500 people. \nAs for the suspended flights, it noted that "affected customers with bookings will be contacted with options, including alternate routings."\nThe flights include routes from Canada to the U.S. as well as other international destinations. \nThe U.S. routes are listed below with the last operating date from Canada: \n\nToronto to: Fort Myers (Feb. 14), Boston (Feb. 16), Washington-Reagan (Feb. 17), Denver (Feb. 17) and LaGuardia (Feb. 17)\nMontreal to: Boston (Feb. 17), LaGuardia (Feb. 17)\nVancouver to: Seattle (Feb 16)\n\nHere are the suspended international routes: \n\nToronto to: Bogotá (Feb. 16), Dublin (Feb. 12), Dubai (start-up postponed), São Paulo (Feb. 16), Hong Kong (start-up postponed), Tel Aviv (continued suspension).\nMontreal to: Bogotá (Feb. 13)\nVancouver to: London (Feb. 14), Narita (Feb. 15)\n\nAs Canada's travel restrictions change, airlines must adapt accordingly.