Air Transat partners with to fly displaced Ukrainians to Canada

Air Transat made this announcement:

Air Transat proudly announces its partnership with to help relocate Ukrainians displaced by war coming to Canada. Air Transat will be providing available seats to Ukrainian nationals on their flights operated from Paris and Londonmainly to Montréal or Toronto. will be covering taxes and airport charges. In addition to operating a donation-based airfare program, includes a rigorous vetting process, host family background checks, and job prospecting for Ukrainians relocating to Canada.

Air Transat, who has already successfully helped several families fly to Canada, is eager to continue supporting humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. “It was important for us to support the relocation of Ukrainians with an organization that facilitates every step of the relocation process, with a focus on ensuring the safety of this vulnerable population that has already faced significant trauma,” said Transat President and Chief Executive Officer Annick Guérard.

This partnership complements the fundraising campaign launched by Transat in March amongst its employees and customers to assist SOS Children’s Villages, a long-time charitable partner that has rapidly scaled up its response in Ukraine to meet the critical needs of vulnerable children and families affected by the conflict. “By adding our partnership with to our support to SOS Children’s Villages, we are able to lend help to Ukrainians internally displaced in Ukraine, as well as those who have fled the country and wish to relocate to Canada.” Added Guérard.

To date, has raised over $65,000 in donations and secured a partnership with FlightHub for $100,000 worth of flights. To support families and make this offer available to more qualifying Ukrainians, Canadians can donate directly on the website. Employers looking to hire Ukrainians and individuals wishing to host Ukrainians can find information at

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