Fairmont Hotel Vancouver general manager Adam Laker is limiting cancellation fees for guests who need to alter their stays as a result of flight cancellations | Rob Kruyt
B.C. tourism operators are bracing for a possible slowdown from the rapid spread of coronavirus 2019-nCoV around the world.
With the province now starting to confirm cases of B.C. residents contracting the virus, prospective visitors may rethink travel plans, particularly given that the U.S. government has temporarily banned non-citizens who have been to China from entering the country. So has Australia.
When Business in Vancouver asked Transport Canada whether Canada would follow suit, Health Canada sent back a statement saying, “No. The government of Canada and the provinces and territories have multiple systems in place to prepare for, detect and respond to prevent the spread of serious infectious diseases in Canada.”
Air Canada (TSX:AC) has indefinitely cancelled all 33 weekly flights between Canada and Beijing and Shanghai because of what the airline said was diminished demand.
Dozens of other airlines around the world have cancelled flights to China, but it was unclear at press time whether Air…
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