The BC Centre for Disease Control has released an exposure notice for 10 flights through the province, two of which landed at Abbotsford International Airport.
The two flights which landed in Abbotsford both came from Ontario via Swoop Airlines.
One landed on Nov. 6 from Hamilton on Swoop 109, and the other flew from Toronto on Swoop 406 on Nov. 16.
Nov 11, WestJet 711, Toronto to Vancouver
Nov 11, WestJet 3320, Vancouver to Kelowna
Nov 12, Air Canada 554, Vancouver to Los Angeles
Nov 13, Air Canada/Jazz 8571, Regina to Vancouver
Nov 15, Flair 8512, Vancouver to Toronto
Nov 16, Swoop 406, Toronto to Abbotsford
— BCCDC (@CDCofBC) November 19, 2020
Nine of these flights were domestic, and one was from Vancouver to Los Angeles. Passengers on Vancouver-and-Kelowna-bound flights are also on the possible-exposure list.
Passengers seated in the affected rows are considered to be at higher risk of exposure due to their proximity to the case.
People who may have been exposed should go to the BCCDC website for more details.