Travel Ban

Covid 19

Global Affairs Canada’s global Level 3 advisory to avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada is still in effect. As a result, all international university travel remains suspended until further notice.

University-sponsored travel within Canada remains suspended until further notice. Exceptions can be applied for through the Dean or unit head (AVP level or higher) for mission critical and time-sensitive travel.

COVID-19 Updates

McGill University is carefully monitoring the current COVID-19 outbreak. Please check the links below regularly for new information and developments.

Airline Policies COVID19

This is a summary view of policies that have been captured on airline websites on a periodic basis. The summary text does not represent the complete terms and conditions and is provided for informational purposes only and without guarantee of accuracy. Please click on the links in this document to see the most up to date and detailed airline policy changes. This information is also likely to change depending on rapidly-evolving circumstances

Travel Management Company


McGill's Contracted Travel Management Company 

For University related activities being funded through the University

Fees apply - Fee schedule

    Designated Travel Agents






mcgill [at] (Email)

    Business Hours :  

Monday – Friday 

8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.



Support Team


obt [at] (Email)

Hours of Business:   

Monday – Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


(additional fees apply)

Outside of regular business hours
(08:30 am 05:30 pm, EST)

please call :

1-888-577-4616 (North America)
1-514-855-4254 (Global)

Quote code 8I5J

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.


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