Since November 2016, an electronic authorization must be obtained before any air travel to Canada. Similar to the American ESTA, this authorization is called AVE (French version of “Electronic Travel Authorization“). It only involves arrival by air, including transit. There is no need to print it out in advance: verification that it has been obtained is done by comparing the passport number.
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For travel to Canada, an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) is required. The ETA is valid for five years and allows you to stay in Canada for 180 days.
It is important to note that the ETA is not a visa, this electronic travel authorization allows you to travel to Canada, but it does not allow you to enter Canada.
The Electronic Travel Authorization is done online. the ETA for Canada must be for one of the following travel purposes: tourism, business or transit.
The AVE for Canada is eligible at all points of entry. In addition, you will be asked for an AVE by the airline upon boarding, without which it will be impossible to enter Canada. We advise you to apply for the AVE at least three days before your departure to Canada.
It is advisable to visit Canada in summer or early spring. From September onwards, the tourist influence decreases, so prices are lower than in the high season.
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