32 home flights to and from Edmonton had potential COVID-19 exposures

EDMONTON – The Government of Canada announced that 32 flights arriving and departing from Edmonton International Airport had at least one passenger with COVID-19 on board.

The online data published publicly for passengers by the federal government traces flights from March 28th.

The government publishes the flight information in addition to the lines that could potentially be viewed as close contact of an active case.

The website says passengers sitting in affected rows should monitor and quarantine themselves for symptoms for at least 14 days if they develop COVID-19 symptoms.

Domestic flights affected include:

  • March 28: Air Canada AC 233 flies from Edmonton to Vancouver; affected rows 27 to 33

  • March 28: Air Canada AC 168 flies Edmonton to Toronto; affected rows 18 to 24

  • March 28: Swoop WO 182 leaves Edmonton for Toronto; affected rows 3 to 9

  • March 29: Air Canada AC 233 flies Edmonton to Vancouver; affected rows 23 to 29

  • March 29: WestJet WS 431 leaves Toronto for Edmonton; affected rows 13 to 19

  • March 30: WestJet WS 4004 leaves Edmonton for Fort MacKay; affected rows 1 to 5

  • March 31: Air Canada AC 162 flies Edmonton to Toronto; affected rows 13 to 19

  • March 31: Air Canada AC 163 takes off from Toronto for Edmonton; affected rows 12 to 15

  • April 1: Air Canada AC 234 takes off from Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 12 to 16 and 23 to 33

  • April 1: Air Canada AC 163 takes off from Toronto for Edmonton; affected rows 28 to 34

  • April 1: WestJet WS 320 leaves Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 9 to 15 and unknown

  • April 1: Flair Airlines F8 101 takes off from Edmonton for Toronto; affected rows 14 to 20

  • April 1: Swoop WO 183 leaves Edmonton for Abbotsford; affected rows 18 to 24

  • April 2: Air Canada AC 246 takes off from Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 22 to 28

  • April 2: Swoop WO 181 leaves Toronto for Edmonton; affected rows 26 to 32

  • April 2: Swoop WO 181 leaves Toronto for Edmonton; affected rows 26 to 32

  • April 2: Swoop WO 184 leaves Abbotsford for Edmonton; affected rows 23 to 29

  • April 2: WestJet WS 238 leaves Edmonton for Calgary; affected rows 21 to 27

  • April 2: WestJet WS 141 leaves Edmonton for Vancouver; affected rows 7 to 13

  • April 3: Air Canada AC 246 takes off from Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 1 to 3

  • April 4: Swoop WO 182 leaves Abbotsford for Edmonton; affected rows unknown

  • April 4: WestJet WS 164 leaves Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 9 to 15

  • April 4: WestJet WS 171 leaves Edmonton for Vancouver; affected rows 1 to 5

  • April 5: Air Canada AC 173 takes off from Toronto for Edmonton; affected rows 25 to 31

  • April 5: Air Canada AC 234 takes off from Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 22 to 28

  • April 5: WestJet WS 3351 leaves Calgary for Edmonton; affected rows 7 to 13

  • April 5th: West et WS 3312 departure from Kelowna to Edmonton; affected rows 6 to 12

  • April 6: Swoop WO 183 leaves Hamilton for Edmonton; affected rows 16 to 22 and 25 to 31

  • April 6: WestJet WS 3394 leaves Edmonton for Calgary; affected rows 3 to 9

  • April 7th: Air Canada AC 242 takes off from Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 12 to 15

  • April 8: Swoop WO 102 leaves Edmonton for Hamilton; affected rows 21 to 27

  • April 9: WestJet WS 320 leaves Vancouver for Edmonton; affected rows 4 to 10 and 15 to 21

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