You will find your CVC code on the back of your credit card, next to the signature strip.
It is the last three digits of the 7-digit number.
The CISSS des Îles and the Regional Directorate of Public Health strongly recommend that people isolate themselves for 14 days when entering the archipelago in order to protect the islanders and limit the spread of the virus. Recommendations are being made to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the territory for those travelling.
Recommendations are being made to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the territory for those travelling.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SOLIDARITY AND YOUR PRECIOUS COLLABORATION!
Travellers arriving at their destination should be aware that a curfew is applicable between 8pm and 5am daily and that they must travel to their accommodation directly from the airport.
Please keep your boarding pass as proof that you are in transit from the airport.
Our aircrafts are disinfected daily with a spraying device containing a product approved by Health Canada that kills viruses such as the coronavirus. This product is effective on surfaces for a 24-hour period and exceeds the minimum standards required by Transport Canada. A second disinfection takes place at the end of each major lines such as Magdalen Islands, Wabush and Quebec.
Hydro-alcoholic gel is also available for you at arrival and departure stations.
In order to protect the North Shore population, starting on December 6th, 2020, the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de la Côte-Nord implements an entry management protocol to reduce the risk of introducing COVID-19 in the region.
As part of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all individuals arriving from outside the province of Newfoundland and Labrador must submit a declaration form and a self-isolation plan, and submit them to a representative of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in the airport terminal building. All passengers are required to exit the aircraft and go through the Public Health Checkpoint in the arrivals area of the airport where you will submit your completed declaration form. You must do this before picking up your luggage. If you have a connecting flight, you must go back through security to travel on to your final destination.
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador thanks you for your cooperation in this effort to keep Newfoundlanders and Labradorians healthy and safe.
You can also submit your Travel Declaration Form within 48 hours of the expected travel date via the following link to ensure accuracy of the information. Submitted forms cannot be edited and a new submission will be required if your travel details change.
Note: If passengers have tight connection times, airlines are asked to have those passengers exit the aircraft first.
Please note that our Reservations Center (1-888-885-8777) is open Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For any reservation outside of opening hours, please book through our website at www.pascan.com. For any other urgent request, please send your request to email@example.com.
The Pascan Aviation team
The Government of Canada is asking that all travellers have a removable non-medical mask or face covering large enough to cover their mouth and nose during their travel through Canadian airports and in-flight.
Travellers must confirm that they have in their possession the mandatory non-medical mask or face covering as part of the registration or check-in process otherwise they will not be allowed to continue on their journey.
At a minimum, travellers will be asked to wear the non-medical mask or face covering:
Wearing a face covering over the mouth and nose is an important additional measure that all travellers can take to protect those around them. Air travellers are encouraged to wear a non-medical mask or face covering whenever possible, especially in situations where physical distancing guidelines cannot be maintained. Refusal to comply with the wearing of a non-medical mask or face covering could result in a fine of $5,000.00. Travellers are also reminded to practice good hygiene by frequently washing their hands and sneezing into their sleeve or a tissue.
For more information on making face coverings consult this link
From 12 p.m. ET on March 30, 2020:
On Domestic flight : Before boarding an aircraft for an interior flight that he operates, the user advises his passengers that they may be subject to any measure taken by the competent provincial or territorial administration to the flight destination aerodrome to prevent the spread of COVID-19;
I declare that I have no symptoms related to COVID 19, namely: