Suspension of University-sponsored Travel

Covid 19

Travel suspension reminder

University-sponsored travel continues to be suspended until further notice. Deans and unit heads (AVP level or above) may grant exemptions for mission-critical, time-sensitive activities within Canada, as well as select international activities.  

All authorized travel must be arranged through McGill’s official travel management company.

Please see link below for more details.

COVID-19 Updates

New requirements for travel to Canada

Rules for entering Canada (both by flight and land border), COVID-19 testing and quarantine requirements are frequently being updated by the Canadian Government. 

Please check the links below regularly for the latest news and developments, as the situation is continually evolving.

Airline Policies COVID-19

 Please click on the links below to see the most up to date and detailed airline policies. This information is also likely to change depending on rapidly-evolving circumstances.

car driving

Enterprise 

black Tire on car

Transportation

Airplane flying

Preferred Airlines 

Train station

Travel By Train

Travel Management Company

airplane flying between buildings

Les Services Direct Travel 

The University has negotiated discounts with various suppliers, some discounts are only available:

1. When you purchase your service through 

Direct Travel

2. For University related activities being funded through the University

University Travel Registration Form for Faculty and Staff

It is imperative that you register your travel information using the on-line University Travel Registration form for Faculty and Staff. If you are not already logged in, you will be required to log-in for access.

 

Important notice for international travelers

The Government of Canada provides essential information on travel health risks and preventive measures to keep you safe during your travels. It is important to review the Travel website of Canada each time before you book your travels. Under Travel Health Notices the Public Health Agency of Canada outline potential health risks to Canadian travelers and recommend ways to help reduce them.

 

Back to top