I am trying to get clarification.
I have a flight booked from the United States to Italy in October. It is with Air Canada. We booked last year before all the new requirements.
My first question is do I have to take a covid test if I have received the vaccine to fly to Italy? I am a little confused with all the information coming out. I would love to ask Air Canada but unfortunately it seems to be impossible to get through to them. I am flying from the United States with a layover in Canada and then into Rome. I had to take this way because from where I live there is no direct flight. It is a covid tested flight so that is why I am thinking I will still need to take the test.
My second question is if Italy is deemed a level four, do not travel, by the United States will Air Canada give me a refund on a "no change fee" flight or even a voucher to use on a future flight? Has anyone had any dealings with them regarding something like this?
If you have a link to verify the information I would greatly appreciate sharing.
I know I seem naïve in this matter but I have been researching and even reaching out to a travel agent without any clear answers.
Thank you so much in advance.