Flight information for Ukrainians

Don’t book a flight until you have all your travel documents.

You and your family members can book a commercial flight to Canada as soon as you’re ready to travel. Commercial flights come at your own cost, and they give you the flexibility to choose the airline, date, flight time and destination in Canada that works best for you.

Flight options for those who need support

We’re working with airlines and have created partnerships with organizations to help Ukrainians who need support for flights to come to Canada.

You can find information below about some of the ways you can get support for flights.

Ukraine2Canada Travel Fund

The Ukraine2Canada Travel Fund is a partnership between the Government of Canada and Miles4Migrants, The Shapiro Foundation, Air Canada and the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto.

Canadians and Canadian business can donate travel points or cash to this fund. These donations will be used to give free flights to Ukrainians and their family members who are in need of travel support.

Read the information on the Miles4Migrants website carefully for

  • who can register for a flight
  • how to register for a flight
  • answers to frequently asked questions

Register for a flight with Miles4Migrants

If you have questions about registering for a flight, you can contact Miles4Migrants.

Government of Canada charter flights

The Government of Canada provided 3 charter flights from Poland to the destinations below. All 3 flights have arrived in Canada.

There are no Government of Canada charter flights available at this time.

Winnipeg Arrived

  • arrived: May 23, 2022

Montréal Arrived

  • arrived: May 29, 2022

Halifax Arrived

  • arrived: June 2, 2022

Photos from the charter flights

See photos and arrival information from the Government of Canada charters flights.

Before you fly

To help you get ready to travel to Canada, learn more about

  • COVID-19 travel, testing and border restrictions
  • documents you should bring with you
  • what you can bring across the border
  • finding a place to live

Find out more about what to do before you leave.

When you’re in Canada

To help you while you stay in Canada, learn about

  • newcomer services available to you in Canada
  • setting up a bank account
  • getting a social insurance number so you can start working
  • how to access health care
  • putting your children in school

Find out more about what to do in your first 2 weeks in Canada.

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