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  • All passengers and drivers on public transportation are required to wear non-medical masks. Children under 2 are exempt, as well as children 2 to 4 when their caregiver can't get them to wear a mask. People with a valid medical reason for not wearing a mask are also exempt.

    Travel into Nova Scotia from outside Atlantic Canada

    Everyone who travels from outside Atlantic Canada into Nova Scotia (including post-secondary students) and if you’re travelling through Nova Scotia to another destination must self isolate for 14 days when they arrive in Nova Scotia, or for the duration of their stay if it’s less than 14 days. If they have already self-isolated in another Atlantic Canadian province, they may enter Nova Scotia without self-isolating again. (there are exemptions).

    Every adult (18 or older) and post-secondary student travelling into Nova Scotia from outside Atlantic Canada needs to complete a Nova Scotia Safe Check-in Form before they travel to the province, unless they are exempt from self isolation.

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  • Early July, Air Canada announced indefinite suspension of 14 Atlantic Canada routes as part of a larger response to lagging sales amid the pandemic.  Among those suspended are routes between Halifax, Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John & Charlottetown.

    We would like to highlight our services to all destinations within Maritime Region.  Some of our guests found our services within Maritimes more efficient than flying, with a door to door service, no waiting in lines, no security checks, no luggage restrictions or fees. Not to mention SAFE, in a clean disinfected vehicle and with no contact with other travellers and airport personnel.