Guy Laliberte, the founder of two of the most affluent Canadian private jets, rapper Drake and Cirque du Soleil, has traveled abroad regularly since the outbreak began.
This is the comprehensive investigation of Global News released on Tuesday.
Guy Laliberte seems to have used his personal plane, the Bombardier Global Express, on several occasions to leave Canada, especially Hawaii. The plane flew to Tahiti six times between November 2020 and February 2021. Keep in mind that the Quebec founder had a private atoll 750 kilometers from Tahiti.
The thefts took place on the advice of the Government of Canada against all unnecessary travel. Flights to Hawaii also took place after a curfew was imposed on travelers returning home by commercial flights.
Ottawa has asked Canadian airlines to suspend all connections to solar destinations from late January to late April.
Respect for the rules
Business Representative Anne Dongois, “Mr. Laliberte” as well as all the guests on board. [de son avion] Between March 2020 and today, all the sanitation measures in place in the various countries visited, including detention, were seriously respected ”.
OmTo me However, Dongois did not specify whether the passengers on the commercial flights must have spent forty years at the Guy Lalibert Hotel.
According to information released by CBC News and Global, passengers arriving on private flights will be exempted from hotel detention if they receive a negative speed test.
The Drakes Boeing 767 also flew adequately during the epidemic, with 10 departures from Canada from July 2020, especially to NASA, along with several internal trips to the United States. A Star spokesman declined to answer channel questions, including whether travel was necessary.
Anthony Norezko, president of the Canadian Business Aviation Association, told Global News that to the best of his knowledge, none of its members had been caught violating the rules.
With QMI Agency