Flights from Edmonton to Europe will happen subsequent month after the airport finds a loophole
Edmonton Airport announced on Tuesday September 22nd that it will resume direct international flights from Edmonton to Europe courtesy of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
Due to the current restrictions, international flights are not allowed to land in Edmonton, but the authorities have found a loophole to make international travel easier for Edmontoners.
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KLM will implement a ring route that arrives at Calgary International Airport on return to Canada, picks up passengers in Calgary, and then flies to EIA to pick up Edmonton travelers.
Edmonton International Airport (EIA)
The EIA added in the press release that the flights will be non-stop to Amsterdam after picking up Edmonton passengers.
These flights start on October 29th and operate two days a week: Tuesdays and Saturdays.
The Netherlands does not currently have travel restrictions on incoming Canadians, but the government of Canada continues to advise against non-essential travel.