Operational Updates

17 Mainline routes suspended until April 30, 2021


As COVID-19 restrictions continue to impact flight operations, 17 of our Mainline Canada to US and International routes will be suspended until at least April 30, 2021. Flight schedules in the myVAC system will be updated to reflect the changes on February 18, 2021.

The following routes will be suspended:

Toronto to Fort Myers, Fla
Toronto to Boston
Toronto to Washington, D.C. (Reagan)
Toronto to Denver
Toronto to New York City (LaGuardia)
Montreal to Boston
Montreal to LaGuardia
Vancouver to Seattle
Toronto to Bogota, Colombia
Toronto to Dubai
Toronto to Sao Paulo, Brazil
Toronto to Hong Kong
Toronto to Tel Aviv, Israel
Montreal to Bogota, Colombia
Vancouver to London, U.K.
Vancouver to Tokyo (Narita)
Toronto to Dublin, Ireland


Leisure Operations suspended until April 30, 2021


At the request of the Canadian government to restrict flights to Sun Destinations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Leisure operations will be suspended on February 8, 2021 until at least April 30, 2021 when it will be scheduled for another review.

As we strive to simulate real world operations at VAC, our passenger flight schedules will be further reduced as a result of these changes. Adhoc cargo flights are in demand globally and information can be obtained from third party websites such as FlightAware.com or FlightRadar24.com. Cargo flight requests will be granted and made available in your myVAC profile by placing your request through the Discord platform under #crew-sked-requests channel.

We understand that this will impact your flight bidding selection as we adapt to these challenges. Thank you for your continued loyalty and support for aviation and the flight simulation experience at VAC.


Mainline Airbus 319-100 retires from service


The Mainline Airbus 319-100 for passenger service has now retired from the fleet after completing its last journey with VAC1057 from Phoenix (PHX) to Calgary (YYC) on Sunday February 7, 2021. The A319 will not be available for bidding purposes as a substitute for narrowbody Mainline aircraft, however this type is still available for our Charter and Leisure operations.