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Anguilla - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

ANGUILLA

 

Date:               November 08, 2021

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:             OPEN with restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • All visitors 18 years and older – Must be fully vaccinated.
  • Pregnant women and children under the age of 18 exempt
  • Vaccinations have to be 21 days prior to arrival.
  • Travelers must apply for Entry Permission – Online
  • Entry approval certificates must be sent to handler before arrival.
  • Negative PCR – 03/05 Days prior to arrival Anguilla
  • Crews operating quick stops, crew/pax pickup and drop off – exempt
  • Arrival tests – all travelers – restricted to hotel until results received.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • All passengers and crew wishing to visit Anguilla, must apply to www.ivisitanguilla.com and receive an approval certificate from the Chief Medical officer.
  • PCR tests must be taken 3- 5 days prior to arrival.
  • Crews operating flights with drop offs, pickups and/or fuel stops are exempt from online process
  • Any crew that is staying overnight will have to go through the same application procedure.
  • Both Crew and passengers have to be fully vaccinated for entry permission approval (overnight).
    • Please note that all pax and crew must submit their entry approval certificates upon initial approval from the Chief Medical officer to the Lloyd's Aviation email [email protected]
  • Pre arrival requirements:
    • All visitors 18 years and older must be fully vaccinated to be allowed entry into Anguilla; pregnant women and children under the age of 18 years are exempt from this requirement.
    • The definition of “fully vaccinated” is three (3) weeks or twenty-one (21) days after the second dose of vaccine.
    • Mixed vaccines are accepted but they must be a variation of Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Moderna.
    • Travelers must apply for Entry Permission at www.ivisitanguilla.com; the application for entry will include an arrival testing fee of US$50 per person.
    • A negative COVID-19 test will still be required, but the test must now be taken no less than 2-5 days prior to arrival
    • Acceptable test type is:
      • Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction test (RT-PCR)
      • Nucleic Acid Amplification tests (NAA)
      • RNA or molecular test
      • Antigen test completed via a nasopharyngeal swab
      • The laboratory that processes the pre-arrival test must be accredited. Self-administered and antibody test will not be accepted.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical allowed
  • No testing for quick stops (tech, pick up/drop off passengers)
  • Crew rest allowed – Quarantine Mandatory

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • All guest are tested on arrival and will be required to stay in place at their Hotel , licensed villa or other rental accommodations while the test is processed (usually within 24 hours).
  • If the test result is negative, there will be no quarantine requirement. Visitors travelling with unvaccinated minors will not quarantine beyond the required stay in place on arrival. Guests are free to explore the island at will.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • Until Further Notice

 

Any other pertinent information

 

NOTAM TQPF

  • A1788/21 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1812N06303W005 A) TQPF B) 2111041530 C) 2202042200 D) DAILY: 15:30-22:00 E) DUE TO COVID-19 THE GOVERNMENT OF ANGUILLA HAS PLACED TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO PROTECT THE SAFETY OF THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC AND TO NEGATE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. ALL TRAVELLERS MUST APPLY VIA ESCAPEIVISITANGUILLA.COM AND PRESENT A COVID-19 RESULT 2-5 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. UPON ARRIVAL TESTING WILL BE ADMINISTERED. FACIAL COVERINGS MUST BE WORN AT ALL PORTS AND IN ADDITION TO TEMPERATURE TESTING.
  • A1522/21 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1812N06303W005 A) TQPF B) 2109081045 C) 2111302200 D) DAILY: 1045 - 2200 E) AD HR OF OPERATION

Antigua & Barbuda - Open with Restrictions - 09/23/2021

Antigua and Barbuda

 

Date:               September 23rd, 2021

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

 

Status:           Open with Restrictions

Updated Health Declaration Form

 

COVID Protocol Summary

  • Health form to be completed by crew and passengers.
  • Until September 30th all arriving crew & passengers = PCR (07 Days) from arrival date.
  • Starting October 1st 2021 all arriving passengers = PCR (04 Days) of arrival date. 
  • This includes transiting passengers.
  • Antigen test and home test are NOT accepted.
  • Children below the age of eighteen (18) are exempted.
  • Vaccinated must have verifiable documentation of an approved vaccine. 
  • PCR negative test result will be allowed to stay at bio safe/certified accommodation.
  • Partially vaccinated travelers allowed to stay a COVID-19 Certified accommodations.
  • Partially vaccinated returning nationals and residents will be required to quarantine.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Revised Antigua and Barbuda Travel Advisory – September 17th, 2021
  • The Government of Antigua and Barbuda has updated its travel advisory effective October 1 to ensure the continued safety of travelers and residents.
  • The V.C. Bird International Airport is opened for international and regional air traffic. The Antigua Port Authority is opened to Cargo Vessels, Pleasure Craft and Ferry Services which are required to follow all protocols issued by Port Health.
  • The protocols implemented as of 1st October 2021 are as follows:
    • All arriving passengers by air must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR (real time polymerase chain reaction) test for SARS-CoV-2 using a nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab taken within four (4) days days of their flight. (This includes transiting passengers). Please note that rapid antigen test and home test are NOT accepted.
    • All Arriving passengers including returning nationals and residents are required to have received at least one dose of a World Health Organization (WHO) or Ministry of Health Wellness and the environment (MOHWE) approved 2-dose COVID 19 vaccine or a single dose vaccine to be permitted entry into Antigua and Barbuda. Children below the age of eighteen (18) years arriving at a port entry are exempted from this requirement.
    • Children below age of five (5) years entering Antigua and Barbuda, DO NOT REQUIRE a COVID- 19 RT-PCR test.
    • Fully vaccinated Passengers entering Antigua and Barbuda who can present verifiable documentation that they have received both doses of a World Health Organization (WHO) or Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment (MOHWE) approved 2-dose COVID19 vaccine or one of a single dose COVID19  vaccine and have a COVID-19 RT -PCR negative test result will be allowed to stay at bio safe/certified accommodation. At least two (2) weeks must have passed since the administration of the FULL vaccine dosage. Partially vaccinated visitors will be allowed to stay a COVID-19 Certified accommodation/Lodging.
    • Fully vaccinated returning nationals and residents who can present verifiable documentation that they have received both doses of a WHO or MOHWE approved 2-dose COVID 19 vaccine or one dose of a single dose COVID 19 vaccine and have a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test result will not be required to quarantine. At least two(2) weeks must have passed since the administration of the FULL vaccine dosage.
    • Partially vaccinated returning nationals and residents will be required to quarantine as determined by the Quarantine Authority , or in exceptional cases determined by Port Health Officials to utilize the rooms available at the former U.S. Base at Coolidge.
    • Persons quarantined at a government -approved  facility for a period of fourteen (14) days will do so for a fee not exceeding EC$82.00 per night.
    • Arriving passengers who are permitted to quarantine at home or instructed to stay at a government quarantine facility may be required to wear a monitoring bracelet according to the Quarantine Authority regulations
    • Passengers who arrive without COVID 19 test results or with incorrect COVID test results will be charged the cost of administering of the required RT PCR test assay. The fee is US$50.00 for nationals and US$100.00 for non-nationals. Passengers who knowingly present false declarations of COVID-19 negative test or vaccination on arrival will be fined according to the laws of Antigua and Barbuda
    • Visitors are required to observe all protocols during their stay and patronize only COVID-19 certified businesses such as restaurants and excursions for the duration of their trip.
    • Unvaccinated passengers arriving for medical treatment/procedures must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR taken within four (4) days of their flight. They also must comply with Ministry of Health Guidelines for the Transfer of Patients into Antigua and Barbuda, to include:
      • A letter of Request for Medical Transfer from the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the originating country to the CMO of Antigua and Barbuda who is also the Quarantine Authority.
      • A medical report detailing patient’s condition, treatment required and the urgency of the situation.
      • A Letter of Acceptance from the receiving institution stating that the patient has been accepted for care, together with the name of the physician who will be managing the patient.
      • The intended address in Antigua and Barbuda, together with the name and telephone number of a contact person if available.
    • Passengers arriving by sea (private yachts/Ferry Services) are subject to quarantine according to guidelines issued by Port Health.
    • The wearing of face masks in public spaces is mandatory throughout Antigua and Barbuda and social/physical distancing protocols must be adhered to. Therefore, all passengers arriving in Antigua and Barbuda must wear a face mask on disembarkation, while on the airport compound and in all public places.
    • All arriving passengers must complete a Health Declaration Form and will be subject to screening and temperature checks by Port Health Authorities upon arrival in Antigua and Barbuda
    • Arriving passengers with symptoms of COVID 19 may be isolated as determined by the Health Authorities
    • Transiting passengers/Crew members who require an overnight stay will be required to proceed to a hotel or government designated facility to await departure.
    • Rapid antigen test will be permitted for departing passengers in cases where the receiving states permit the use thereof by individuals returning to their countries of origin. Hotels will be required to provide this service to their guests.
    • All Marine Pleasure Craft and Ferry Services entering the waters of Antigua and Barbuda should contact the Antigua Port Authority, using VHF Channel 16, at least six (6) hours prior to arrival. Instructions will be given to guide the crafts to either the Nevis Street Pier or English/Falmouth Harbours or other holding area
    • Military Vessels/Aircraft and other Watercraft transporting food, medical supplies, humanitarian and emergency supplies will be required to follow the Quarantine Guidelines established by the Quarantine Authority as well as issued by Port Health and must give prior notification before arrival.
    • These restrictions for maritime traffic, and the consequential Antigua Port Authority guidelines, issued during the State of Emergency, shall not restrict vessels engaged in innocent passage and/or transit passage, within the territorial seas and/or archipelagic waters of Antigua and Barbuda, under the 1982 United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
    • This Travel Advisory replaces ALL previous Travel Advisories issued by the Government of Antigua and Barbuda.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Crew are required to present a RT-PCR test whether or not their A/C is preforming a Fuel-Stop or Tech-Stop
  • Transiting passengers/Crew members who require an overnight stay will be required to proceed to a hotel or government designated facility to await departure.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • The State continues to carry out a combination of screening, testing, the issuing of monitoring bracelets and other measures to mitigate the risk of importing any new cases of COVID-19 into the country.
  • Additionally, measures have been implemented for the quick detection of any imported cases. This strategy is intended to protect and safeguard the health of both residents and visitors to Antigua and Barbuda
  • In diligent pursuit of the above-stated imperative, the government has imposed restrictions to entry into Antigua and Barbuda on ALL persons who have travelled to the following countries of Brazil and South Africa during the last fourteen (14) days. ( This restriction does not apply to flight crews). Passengers from Dominican Republic are now permitted to travel directly to Antigua and Barbuda.
  • Nationals and residents of Antigua and Barbuda are strongly advised to avoid all nonessential travel at this time.
  • Port Health Department makes such decisions based on Pax health status

 

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • Until Further Notice

 

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • A Caricom Apis must be submitted for your arrival and departure. Please see link - www.caricomeapis.org.Upon completion, please forward a copy to [email protected]. If you have already submitted, please disregard this reminder.
  • Covid tests are not available at the Airport. However, only at the City’s Hospital and Hotels for Departing Crew & Pax
  • PCR test (nose swab) is done at Mount St. John’s Medical Center. Email address is [email protected].  Tel: 1-268-484-2788. This takes at least 5 working days to get the results.
  • Antigen Test (rapid test) is done at Medical Surgical Associates by Dr. Joseph John. Tel: 1-268-481-5200 / 779-5625. Email: [email protected]. Results takes 30 minutes.
  • Also, both Crew & Pax are required to present a Fully Vaccinated Card/ID.  
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NOTAMS

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  • A1067/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/245/1708N06148W070 A) TAPA B) 2107150000 C) PERM E) FOR AIRCRAFT FLYING EN-ROUTE IN THE V.C. BIRD TMA, A CIVIL AVIATION ROUTE CHARGE FOR NAVIGATION AND FACILITY SERVICES SHALL BE PAID FOR EACH FLIGHT. FOR TRACK MILES IN EXCESS OF 20 NAUTICAL MILES (NM) FLOWN WITHIN THE TMA. ENTRY AND EXIT POINTS SHALL BE POINTS AT WHICH THE LATERAL LIMITS OF THE SPECIFIED AIRSPACE ARE CROSSED BY THE ROUTE DESCRIBED IN THE FLIGHT PLAN, AND INCLUDES ANY CHANGES TO THE ORIGINAL FLIGHT PLAN MADE BY THE OPERATOR OR AGREED TO FOR AIR TRAFFIC FLOW MANAGEMENT MEASURES. THE COST BASIS FOR THE EN-ROUTE NAVIGATION SERVICES AND ONLINE PAYMENT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE AT 'WWW.VCBIRDATS.COM/ONLINE-PAYMENT'. F) SFC G) FL245
  • A1229/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/245/1708N06148W005 A) TAPA B) 2107151643 C) PERM E) CROSS BORDER REQUEST IS REQUIRED FOR ALL OVERFLIGHTS AND ARRIVING AIRCRAFT ENTERING TAPA TMA. THE APPLICANT SHALL APPLY FOR ENTRY PRIOR TO EACH FLIGHT AT WWW.VCBIRDATS.COM/PERMIT, ONLY OVERFLIGHTS WILL BE BILLED VIA THIS PLATFORM. F) SFC G) FL245
  • A1448/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1708N06148W005 A) TAPA B) 2108301000 C) 2109300200 D) 1000 - 0200 E) AD HR OF SERVICE
  • A1325/21 NOTAMR A1323/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1708N06148W005 A) TAPA B) 2107292148 C) 2109292359 E) DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, HEALTH OFFICIALS OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA WILL BE IMPLEMENTING THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAVEL TO ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA. 1) THE GOVERNMENT HAS IMPOSED RESTRICTIONS TO ENTRY INTO ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE TRAVELED TO THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES: BRAZIL , INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA DURING THE LAST FOURTEEN (14) DAYS. THIS SANCTION DOES NOT APPLY TO FLIGHT CREWS. 2) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS BY AIR MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE COVID-19 RT-PCR (REAL TIME POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION) TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 USING A NASOPHARYNGEAL OR OROPHARYNGEAL SWAB TAKEN WITHIN SEVEN DAYS OF THEIR FLIGHT. (THIS INCLUDES TRANSITING PASSENGERS). FULL DETAILS OF ALL RESTRICTIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT HTTPS://VISITANTIGUABARBUDA.COM/TRAVEL-ADVISORY

Argentina - Open with Restrictions - 11/29/2021

ARGENTINA

Date:               November 29, 2021

Subject:           Latest Country Restriction

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Flights arriving from anywhere in the African continent are prohibited
  • No CAA permit will be required for foreign part 91 or 135 aircraft operators to enter the country, only a PPR for the intended AOE
  • Pax will be required to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arriving in Argentina
  • Pax will be required to have a negative PCR test result within 72 hs of arrival in Argentina
  • Pax will be required to have an additional PCR test administered if layover exceeds 5 days. This new PCR test shall be administered between days 5 and 7
  • Crew is exempt from the PCR test requirement

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • No

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • NIL

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Arriving Passengers & Crew that have been anywhere in the African continent in the preceding 14 days:
    • Pax are required to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arriving in Argentina and must have vaccination card readily available upon entry. 
    • Pax are required to have a negative PCR test result to enter Argentina, test shall be administered from the origin country within 72 hs of arrival in Argentina. A paper copy showing the test result must be in hand upon entry. No email or digital copy will be accepted 
    • Pax are required to take an antigen (rapid) test upon arrival
    • If the antigen test resulted negative upon arrival, Pax would have to strictly quarantine for 7 days in their declared domicile. Pax would then have to take a PCR test on the 7th day. If that test resulted negative then the strict quarantine would be finished
    • If the antigen test resulted positive upon arrival, Pax would have to strictly quarantine for 10 days in a designated government health hotel. Pax would then have to take a PCR test on the 10th day. If that test resulted negative then the strict quarantine would be finished
    • Pax and Crew are required to complete an online sworn declaration within 48 hs of entry and exit, using the following URL: https://ddjj.migraciones.gob.ar/app/home.php (a printed hard copy of this declaration must be in hand upon entry and exit) 
    • Pax and crew are required to have intl medical insurance to include COVID 19 hospitalizations and treatment while in the country (a letter from the insurance company would suffice and a printed copy must be in hand upon entry). 
    • Crew is exempt from the PCR test and vaccination requirements
    • Crew shall strictly quarantine at the hotel until departure
  • Arriving Passengers & Crew from all other countries/regions except Africa:
    • Pax are required to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arriving in Argentina and must have vaccination card readily available upon entry. 
    • Pax are required to have a negative PCR test result to enter Argentina, test shall be administered from the origin country within 72 hs of arrival in Argentina. A paper copy showing the test result must be in hand upon entry. No email or digital copy will be accepted 
    • Pax and Crew are required to complete an online sworn declaration within 48 hs of entry and exit, using the following URL: https://ddjj.migraciones.gob.ar/app/home.php (a printed hard copy of this declaration must be in hand upon entry and exit) 
    • Pax and crew are required to have intl medical insurance to include COVID 19 hospitalizations and treatment while in the country (a letter from the insurance company would suffice and a printed copy must be in hand upon entry). 
    • Crew is exempt from the PCR test, quarantine and vaccination requirements 
  • The current AOEs available are; SAEZ, SADF, SABE (with a special permit from the CAA provided the acft is based on the field), SACO, SAME, SANT, SAWH and SARI
  • More AOEs will become available in the incoming days, weeks and months.

 

Latest NOTAM

  • No

Aruba - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

ARUBA

 

Date:                November 08, 2021

Subject:            Latest Country Restrictions

STATUS:        Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Inbound passengers come online ED Card
  • Crew members are exempt from COVID Tests and Health Insurance
  • Crew members need to submit a Health Declaration.
  • Negative PCR – 72 Hours prior to arrival.
  • No testing or online travel form for crew if quick turn (drop off/pick up/fueling)
  • Passengers who arrive without a Negative PCR can take on arrival – Quarantine until results are received.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • There is no business restrictions only the below entry requirements.
  • Entry requirements for passengers and crew due to COVID 19
  • Inbound passengers shall complete an ED CARD online, please follow the steps provide on www.edcardaruba.aw and forward us the Qualified to Board Statement provided after the step above is completed.
  • Crew members are excepted of Covid Test and Health Insurance.
  • Crew members should submit Health Declaration
    • COVID 19:  Crew Status Card (09/2021)
  • Residents from Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao will be able to enter Aruba with their COVID-19 vaccination certificate, without having to undergo a COVID-19 test. This is applicable only to residents in possession of a Vaccination Certificate older than 14 days and issued by their respective Government of Aruba, Bonaire or Curacao.
  • Please note that direct flights from Venezuela are not permitted. Venezuelan citizens are welcome following the visa requirement as detailed below website: https://www.government.aw/news/news_47033/item/mandatory-visa-for-venezuelans-traveling-to-aruba_55676.html

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Permitted without RON.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • If the passenger is going to take the test upon arrival or if the inbound covid test is not approved by the Health Department passenger will be required to take the Covid test upon arrival in Aruba at own cost ($75), since this does not meet the requirements of the required test. He/she shall apply a one-day quarantine while awaiting result.
  • Crew that are just going into either drop off or pick up passengers and not staying overnight are exempt from doing the COVID test and/or the Travel Form.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • The government has no specific date for the currently restrictions when it is expected to end or be re-evaluated.

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • OPERATING HOURS:  MON-SUN:    1100UTC - 0259 UTC (0700LT – 2259LT)
  • If Covid test are available at airport/cost/service hours for this/appointment needed or not
  • Covid Test is available at the airport only for inbound passengers.
  • Covid Test $75 (PCR Test)
  • If Covid Test has been requested by the Operator/client , our Customer Service Team will arrange the Medical Team upon arrival to assist the passengers with the test.
  • With the COVID regulations implemented all flights into Aruba (Private and /or Charter) needs a landing permit?
  • All private (Part 91) flights need to request a previous authorization to land.
  • In order to obtain the pre-authorization please submit below information and the ED cards qualified to board.
  • (please take note that the ED Cards shall be completed within 3 days prior to departure to Aruba.)
  • REGISTRATION
  • AIRCRAFT TYPE
  • ARRIVAL DATE
  • DEPARTURE DATE
  • ROUTE
  • TYPE OF FLIGHT
  • PAX IN
  • PAX OUT

 

  • If Operating as Charter (part 135 or Air Ambulance Please fill out attached form and return it to us along with the required documentation. W Aviation will request a landing permit on your behalf.
    • See Foreign Air Carrier Authorization Form.
  • Crew members are exempt from taking a Covid Test.
  • Passengers is required to have a Covid test upon arrival. If she/he was not able to take a test before departure they can have the possibility to take the test upon arrival in TNCA.
  • Residents from Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao will be able to enter Aruba with their COVID-19 vaccination certificate, without having to undergo a COVID-19 test. This is applicable only to residents in possession of a Vaccination Certificate older than 14 days and issued by their respective Government of Aruba, Bonaire or Curacao.

 

NOTAMS TNCA

  • A0436/21 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1230N07000W005 A) TNCA B) 2107011100 C) 2110010300 D) MON-SUN 1100-0300 E) OPS HR OF AD CHANGED FM MON TO SUN 1100 - 0300 UTC DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC. EXEMPTION WILL BE MADE FOR MIL, COAST GUARD, SAR, MEDEVAC, HUM FLTS, HOSP FLTS, TECHNICAL STOPS WO PAX DISEMBARKATION WITH 120 MIN PRE-NOTIFICATION. FOR CDN CALL AD OPS (297) 524 2242. THESE OPS HR SUPERSEDES TNCA AD 2.3 IN THE DUTCH CARIBBEAN AIP UFN.
  • A0438/21 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1230N07001W005 A) TNCA B) 2106232000 C) 2109232359 E) IN ORDER TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE GOVERNMENT OF ARUBA IS IMPLEMENTING THE FOLLOWING MEASURES. HEALTH SCREENING, COVID-19 PCR TESTING AND INSURANCE RQMNTS APPLY FOR ALL ARRIVING PAX. UNSCHEDULED PAX FLT AND PRIVATE FLT REQUIRE PROIR APV BY THE DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION ARUBA. THERE ARE NO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE FOR PAX DEPARTING FM ARUBA AND THERE ARE NO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE FOR DUTY AIRLINE CREW.
  • A0422/21 NOTAMR A0211/21 Q) TNCF/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/065/1230N07000W025 A) TNCA B) 2106101454 C) 2109102359 E) GEN AND COMMERCIAL AVIATION OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT, CARGO AND MAIL, TO AND FROM AD OF REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA ARE PROHIBITED.

Bahamas - Open with Restrictions - 11/16/2021

BAHAMAS

Date:         November 16, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:      Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • International Travelers
    • Must have a Bahamas Travel Health Visa
  • Vaccinated Travelers
    • Negative PCR or Antigen
    • Proof of vaccination
    • Upload PCR/Antigen & Vaccination Certificate
    • Proof 2 weeks past immunization date.
  • Unvaccinated Travelers
    • Negative PCR with 5 days of arrival.
    • All person 11 years and older
    • Day 5 after arrival 2nd test and upload to ministry of health.

 

Business Flight Restrictions 

  • To access the complete Emergency Powers (Covid 19 Pandemic) (Management and Recovery) Order, 2021 visit www.opm.gov.bs
  • Citizens & Residents Of The Bahamas, Homeowners In The Bahamas and Incoming Visitors – refer to website for protocols https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
  • Once in possession of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test or Rapid Antigen test, all travelers will then be required to apply for a Bahamas *Health Travel Visa at travel.gov.bs (click on the International Tab) where the required test must be uploaded. 
  • Effective November 13, 2021, the payment of the International Bahamas Travel Health Visa fee is no longer required for Vaccinated Bahamian citizens, Vaccinated legal residents, children 11 years or younger and for the pilot and crew of a commercial air operator. 
  • International Travel - Entering The Bahamas
    • All citizens, legal residents and visitors requiring entry into The Bahamas, must present a Bahamas Travel Health Visa travel.gov.bs .
    • For international travelers, proof of vaccination must confirm they have passed the two-week immunity period. 
  • Vaccinated Travelers - Requirements for Travel Health Visa
    • Negative COVID-19 Antigen or COVID-19 RT PCR test (administered by an accredited lab) taken within five days of arrival in The Bahamas. (The day the test is taken is considered Day One.)
    • Proof of full vaccination
    • Fully vaccinated travelers will be required to upload negative test results in addition to valid proof of vaccination (such as CDC or government issued vaccine record card). 
    • At this time, the Bahamas Government will only be accepting vaccines by Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca. 
    • Mixed and matched second doses of COVID-19 vaccines of either AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna or even Johnson & Johnson are also accepted
  • Unvaccinated Travelers - Requirements for Travel Health Visa
    • Negative COVID-19 RT PCR test (administered by an accredited lab) taken within five days of arrival in The Bahamas. (The day the test is taken is considered Day One). All persons, 11 years and older and who are unvaccinated. 
    • On day five (5) must take a Covid 19 rapid antigen test and submit results to the Ministry of Health online via the health travel website. The name and address of the lab where the test was performed must be clearly displayed on the test result.
  • Children and Infants 
    • All children, between the ages of 2 and 11, wishing to enter The Bahamas will now be required to obtain a COVID-19 test (Rapid Antigen Test or PCR), with a negative result, within five days of arrival in The Bahamas.  (The day the test is taken is considered Day One.). If unvaccinated, on day five (5) will have to undergo a Covid 19 rapid antigen test and submit the results to the Ministry of Health online via the health travel website. The name and address of the lab where the test was performed must be clearly displayed on the test results.
  • Crew
    • Crew remaining 24 hours, or more are required to follow protocols of category above they fit into Vaccinated or Unvaccinated.
  • Exemptions https://travel.gov.bs/ - Option on the form  - Exemption Type (If applicable). 
    • Children -  All children, under the age of 2, are exempt from any testing requirements. Must have Bahamas Travel Health Visa to enter. 
    • Crew overnighting for less than 24 hours are required to complete the travel health visa (no charge) 
    • Crew staying for a few hours Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight are not required to have a Covid test or a travel health visa.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions 

  • No Restrictions

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • None

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • Unknown

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • Where a person travels from The Bahamas for twenty-four 24 hours or more, the person must secure a test in the destination they visited before travelling back to The Bahamas. Any PCR or rapid antigen test taken in The Bahamas prior to travel will not be valid for re-entry. 
  • Reminders
    • Passengers and airline crew must have an approved “Bahamas Travel Health Visa” with QR code obtained at www.travelgov.bs  
    • Quarantine Requirements- NIL
    • Wear a face mask -  On Aircraft, Entering and Transiting terminals.
    • All persons entering the country is subject to Thermal Temperature Screening.
    • Follow physical distancing directions and hands sanitization requirements.
    • Follow physical distancing directions and hands sanitization requirements.
  • The holder of a valid travel health visa shall not be required to undergo a further Covid 19 test to embark upon inter island travel where the test submitted to obtain the travel health visa is still valid at embarkation.
  • Inter- Island Travel
  • Vaccinated Travelers - Desiring to travel from Acklins, Berry Island, Crooked Island, Eleuthera, Inagua or New Providence must present a:
    • Negative  COVID-19 Antigen or COVID-19 RT PCR test (approved by Bahamas Ministry of Health) taken within five days of travel. (The day the test is taken is considered Day One.)
    • Proof of full vaccination.
  • Unvaccinated Travelers - Desiring to travel from Acklins, Berry Island, Crooked Island, Eleuthera, Inagua or New Providence must present a:
    • Negative COVID-19 RT PCR test (approved by Bahamas Ministry of Health) taken within five days of travel. (The day the test is taken is considered Day One). All persons, 11 years and older and who are unvaccinated.
    • Or proof of exemption from the requirement to undergo a COVID-19 test.
  • Persons travelling inter-island from any other island, will not be required to undergo COVID-19 testing.
    • Children and Infants  -  All children, between the ages of 2 and 11, wishing to travel inter-island will now be required to obtain a COVID-19 test (Rapid Antigen Test or PCR), with a negative result, within five days of travel. (The day the test is taken is considered Day One.)
    • Exemptions from requirement to undergo COVID 19 Testing. (Acklins, Berry Island, Crooked Island, Eleuthera, Inagua or New Providence.)
  • Where a person travels from an island listed above to any other island in The Bahamas and returns to the originating island within a period of twenty-four (24) hours, the person shall not be required to undergo a new Covid 19 test
  • Additional Information
    • Daily curfews discontinued.
    • All children, under the age of two (2), are exempt from any testing requirements for inter-island travel.
  • To access the complete Emergency Powers (COVID 19 Pandemic) (Management and Recovery) Order, 2021 visit opm.gov.bs.
  • Departing The Bahamas
    • From November 8, 2021, all passengers traveling into the United States by air. The CDC requires that all air passengers, ages 2 years and older and including returning American citizens, arriving in The United States by airline (commercial and private) will have to present proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travel. The test must be a viral test (NAAT/molecular or rapid antigen test). Proof of immunization will not be sufficient. Be sure to check your specific airline for their exact requirements.
    • Frequently Asked Questions - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html
  • Before traveling: Please keep checking The Bahamas Government links for updates on the latest news regarding entry protocols, curfews and restrictions.
  • Requirements can change overnight depending on the Islands that you are visiting.

NOTAMS

  • NO NOTAMS MYNA FIR RELATED TO COVID19

Barbados - Open with Restrictions - 07/15/2021

BARBADOS


Date:         July 15, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions
Status:    Open with Restrictions 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • None at this time– see NOTAM below
  • All travelers into Barbados inclusive of those deemed fully vaccinated, are asked to review and indicate their acceptance of the following:
  • All travelers must travel with a valid negative Standard COVID-19 PCR test result.
  • With a specific reference to the type of PCR test required and accepted for entry into Barbados:
    • Specific Requirements:
      • The specimen taken must be a nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab (or both) taken by healthcare provider
      • The sample must be taken within 3 days prior to arrival.
      • The laboratory performing the test must be an accredited, certified or recognized facility
  • Please note that the following NOT be accepted:
    • Nasal swab samples
    • Saliva samples
    • Self-administered test (even if the sample was taken under the supervision of a healthcare provider)
    • Home kits
    • Rapid PCR tests
  • All travelers are required to read the Barbados Travel Protocols prior to travel to Barbados, for information on entry requirements to the island.
  • Travelers are required to complete the online Immigration and Customs Form which will be available 72 hours prior to your arrival in Barbados.
    • Please complete your on-line immigration and customs form by clicking the below link or going to www.travelform.gov.bb. The form should be completed 24 hours prior to arrival, and preferably include the upload of your negative Nasopharyngeal or Oropharyngeal COVID-PCR test result.
    • Fill in the form at a time and place convenient for you.
    • Once the form is completed the immigration and Customs receipts are to be saved to your mobile device or printed and presented to Immigration and Customs upon arrival
    • Using the Online Form will enhance your travel experience by providing you with an easy and convenient option. That will improve the ease with which you transit through the airport
    • A valid email address is required to use this service as immigration and Customs receipts are emailed to travelers upon submission
  • Travel Protocols / Entry Protocols: Effective July 15th 2021. Click on link for information https://www.visitbarbados.org/covid-19-travel-guidelines-2020
  • Travel Protocols updates at a Glance Fully Vaccinated & Unvaccinated Traveler (see the attached screen shoot or click next link) https://issuu.com/visitbarbados/docs/btmi_travel_protocols_final?fr=sY2JmYjI5MjYzNDk
  • Introducing BIMSafe! Barbado´s next step in innovation
    • What is it?
      • BIMSafe is the new, easy-to-use app designed to simplify and expedite the travel experience to Barbados! The app can be downloaded prior to travel to Barbados from Google Play and the Apple Store. BIMSafe will allow visitors to complete their online ED form, upload negative Nasopharyngeal or Oropharyngeal COVID-PCR test results and complete their health questionnaire, all from one centralized place. The App also provides capabilities for monitoring temperature and symptoms during the 7 days after a traveler’s arrival.
      • The BIMSafe app will be accompanied by a state-of-the-art monitoring bracelet which will be worn during the quarantine period. This water-resistant and tamper-resistant bracelet keeps travelers and locals safe by ensuring visitors remain within the designated quarantine location
  • We require a copy of vaccination documents showing vaccinations completed more than two weeks prior to travel to Barbados. (see the attached screen shoot or click next link) https://issuu.com/visitbarbados/docs/btmi_travel_protocols_final?fr=sY2JmYjI5MjYzNDk
  • We also now require the travel history for countries visited or travelled thru such as India / Brazil / South Africa within the last 21 days. (see the attached screen shoot or click next link) https://issuu.com/visitbarbados/docs/btmi_travel_protocols_final?fr=sY2JmYjI5MjYzNDk

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • None at this time – see NOTAM below
  • Crew overnighting TBPB must quarantine in their rooms until the day of departure. Hotel will provide the options for obtaining meals if required depending on the status of the crew member, if they are vaccinated or unvaccinated.

 

Quarantine Requirements

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • Not at present

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • Handler required Information (see link information: https://issuu.com/visitbarbados/docs/btmi_travel_protocols_final?fr=sY2JmYjI5MjYzNDkmages 
    • We require a copy of vaccination documents showing vaccinations completed more than two weeks prior to travel to Barbados.
    • If persons are holding Brazil / India or South Africa Passport they must obtain a visa prior to arrival via http://immigration.gov.bb
    • We also now require the travel history for countries visited or travelled thru such as India / Brazil / South Africa within the last 21 days. 
    • Passengers need to have the following on arrival, which we must receive same 3 days prior to arrival to be vetted by the Health Authorities:
      • Please note Unvaccinated details:
      • Special Consideration:
      • Intransit Passengers
  • Some Important points to be noted: 
    • 1) Negative PCR test results taken within 3 days prior to arrival. These need to be sent to IAM for vetting, we need to receive at least 48 hour hours prior. 
    • 2) ED online forms. Link for forms  www.travelform.gov.bb
    • 3) Completed health forms – please see attached. 
    • 4) BimSafe App  
    • 5) Crew overnighting TBPB must quarantine in their rooms until the day of departure. Hotel will provide the options for obtaining meals if required depending on the status of the crew member, if they are vaccinated or unvaccinated
  • Covid Protocols 
    • 1. Vaccination or Non Vaccination 
    • 2. 21 day travel history 
    • 3. What passport are persons holding 
    • 4. All persons regardless of #1-3 MUST come with a negative PCR test 3 days prior to arrival 
  • Documents required 
    • 1. Inbound & Outbound general declarations
    • 2. Caricom Eapis inbound and outbound
    • 3. Completed credit card form
  • Covid protocols answers will determine what is required of persons visiting Barbados:
    • If persons travel history reflect they have transited or visited Brazil / India and South Africa they must do as follows:
      • A. All persons MUST come with a negative PCR test 3 days prior to arrival
      • B. If persons are holding Brazil / India or South Africa Passport they must obtain a visa prior to arrival via http://immigration.gov.bb
      • C. Must be tested on arrival
      • D. Complete 7 days in-room quarantine NO EXCEPTIONS 
      • E. Test on day 8 on receipt of negative test result will be free to exit quarantine 
    • If persons have not transited or visited Brazil / India or South Africa the protocols are then determined by Vaccinated or Non-Vaccinated so we need to know the persons vaccination status.
    • All persons MUST come with a negative PCR test 3 days prior to arrival.
  • Please see website visitbarbados.org for further explanation of protocols for vaccinated or non-vaccinated persons 
    • All persons must arrive with a negative PCR test previously taken at least 3 days prior to arrival for entering the country. This is mandatory.
  • If Covid test are available at airport/cost/service hours for this/appointment needed or not
    • Not at the airport
  • If it is still mandatory for passengers and crew to present a negative PCR TEST for entering the country?
    • Yes, must be taken within 3 days of arrival
  • If it is able to present a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, either one or two doses according to the vaccine type? 
  • Private Part 91 flights do not require a landing permit.
  • Private Part 135 charter flights do require a landing permit.
  • All persons must arrive with a negative PCR test previously taken at least 3 days prior to arrival for entering the country. This is mandatory
  • Please see the protocols above for rules applicable to vaccinated and unvaccinated persons (see the attached screen shoot or click next link) https://issuu.com/visitbarbados/docs/btmi_travel_protocols_final?fr=sY2JmYjI5MjYzNDk

 

NOTAMS

  • None

Belize - Open with Restrictions - 09/20/2021

BELIZE

Date:          September 20, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:     Open with restrictions 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • The Phillip S. W. Goldson International re - open on 1st October 
  • Airport operations are from 1400Z - 2400Z
  • Effective August 9th2021 all travelers both vaccinated and unvaccinated entering Belize through the Philip Goldson International Airport from other countries will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test
  • Passengers are subject to COVID19 test upon arrival at their own expense
    • This does not apply to passengers with a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test result taken 96 hours before departure
    • Passengers with a negative COVID -19 rapid antigen test result taken 48 hours before departure.
    • Passenger younger than 6 years
  • Passengers are subject to medical screening
  • You are require to complete the Customs and Immigration form that is provided to you on your flight to Belize
  • Passengers traveling as a tourist must have a reservation confirmation of an approved hotel * must book a stay at a Gold Standard hotel and present confirmation at immigration details can be found at https://www.travelbelize.org/health-safety 
  • This does not apply to passengers visiting friends or relatives.  
  • Passengers could be subject to quarantine 
    • This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival and a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test
  • PLEASE keep in mind now the landing permits take up to 48 hours prior to be obtained due the different entities and new procedures to be done

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Tech stops are allowed crews can deplane the aircraft but must observe social distance.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Passengers could be subject to quarantine 
    • This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival and a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • The Government of Belize (GOB) does not have any travel bans in place for visitors to Belize at this time .We encourage you to visit https://www.travelbelize.org regularly for updates on Covid-19 ; as the situation remains fluid.
  • Accordingly to the Handler maybe please be aware of any updates before any trip.

 

Any other pertinent information

 

NO NOTAMS related to COVID 19 

Bermuda - Open with Restrictions 11/08/2021

BERMUDA

 

Date:                 November 08, 2021

Subject:            Latest Country Updates

Status:           Open with Restrictions/Mandatory Quarantine

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Negative PCR – 72 hours prior to arrival in Israel
  • All passengers PCR tests upon arrival
  • Vaccinated Passengers – Quarantine until arrival PCR test results are known (24 hours)
  • Non vaccinated passengers – Quarantine for 14 days at a government approved property
  • Health Declaration Form to be completed before arrival
  • Crew do not have to have tests but do have to complete the Health Declaration Form.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • The L.F. Wade International Airport is open and operational for all returning residents, visitors, medevac flights, fuel stops and cargo flights. Passengers are permitted both inbound and outbound.
  • Please Note new regulation that have been enacted as of May 4th, 2021
  • Effective immediately, no flights from India or South Africa will be permitted to land in Bermuda and passengers who have travelled from or been in these countries within the last 14 days must quarantine in Bermuda for 14 days.
  • Effective May 4th: Vaccinated passengers will have to quarantine until they get their arrival day test which should be received within 24 hours.
  • Effective June 6th, all pre arrival tests must be completed within 3 days (72 hours) of arriving in Bermuda.
  • Effective June 20th, all non-vaccinated passengers will have to quarantine at a government designated or approved facility at their own expense for 14 days. If fully vaccinated, they will have to quarantine until they get their arrival day test which should be received within 24 hours

Testing for travelers will expand to include children from the age of two, with the oropharyngeal PCR test being used for young children

  • Additional Covid-19 information can be accessed via the Bermuda Government website www.gov.bm

 

  • AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS
    • Cedar Aviation, in partnership with the Bermuda Health Department, has limited non-emergency arrivals to occur between 0900L and 1700L. The reduced hours will ensure the necessary Health Department representatives are available at our facility to process all arrivals and reduce the potential for spreading Covid‑19 at our facility and amongst our staff.  We remain flexible to receive any medevac flights based on humanitarian grounds.
    • Traveler’s Authorization Forms are required to be completed by all passengers and medical patients remaining in Bermuda.  The link for these forms is https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers
    • Aircraft are allowed to remain overnight, but crew must make prior arrangements for accommodations
  • COVID TESTING – General Information
    • Effective July 1, 2020 there has been a requirement to be Covid tested prior to arrival in Bermuda, upon arrival in Bermuda and on days 4, 8 and 14.  The arrival day is counted as day 0.  Accordingly, visitors must take a certified RT-PCR COVID-19 test (nasal swab), ideally, no more than THREE days prior to arrival, and obtain a negative result. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and older. Children aged 10 to 17 may opt for an oral swab.  Children who are 9 years’ old and younger are exempt from testing and are subject to their adult travel companion’s quarantine.  Subject to the guidelines noted above, once a negative test result is received, visitors can move about Bermuda but must observe all public health guidelines, such as wearing a mask. See the link attached for more information.  https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers
    • Bermuda residents ONLY can avoid the initial RT-PCR COVID-19 test if they are prepared to self‑quarantine for an initial 14-day period but there is an increased fee for doing so.  They will then be tested on day 14. If they do not want to be tested after 14 days, they will be required to self-quarantine for a further 14-day period.  They will then be allowed to move freely in Bermuda if no symptoms are observed during the entire 28-day period.
    • Flight crews are not subject to the testing protocols if they are departing within 24 hours of arrival.
    • Additional Travelers information can be found at - https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers
  • Please refer to the following links for official documentation
  • Most frequently asked questions – https://www.gov.bm/sites/default/files/200627%20Bermuda%20Visitor%20Journey%20FAQ_0.pdf
  • Covid 19 testing siteshttps://bdagovcovid.request.com/web/
  • Guidance on wearing masks - www.gov.bm/mask-guidance
  • Covid Hotline: https://[email protected] Tel No. 441/444-2498
  • GENERAL
    • Please advise your anticipated arrival day and time and subsequent departure.
    • Additionally, please provide the following for all persons onboard the aircraft and send to [email protected]; and [email protected]
      • Name                                           
      • Nationality
      • Date of Birth
      • Passport Number
      • Passport Expiration Date
  •  Applying for a Bermuda Travel Authorization
    • Before travelling to Bermuda, take a moment to learn about our entry requirements, on-island health and safety measures, testing capacity and more.
    • All Travelers to Bermuda must follow the requirements set-out in the Quarantine (COVID-19) (No. 3) Amendment (No. 2) Order 2021.
    • Children under the age of two do not need to have a COVID-19 PCR test or a Travel Authorization to travel to Bermuda
    • All Visitors, 2-years-old and older, must apply for and complete a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorization 1 to 3 days prior to arriving in Bermuda in order to travel to the island. Failure to do so could result in repatriation to the gateway city.
    • Bermuda Residents, 2-years-old and older must also apply for and complete a Bermuda COVID-19 Travel Authorization 1 to 3 days prior to arriving in Bermuda. Failure to do so is an offence, and a Travel Authorization completed on arrival will attract a fee of $1000. Failure to pay the fee is also an offence.
    • All visitors 2-year-old and older, must have a negative pre-arrival test taken within four days of arrival in Bermuda.
    • Immunized residents and visitors, 2 years and older, must test upon arrival, day 4, and day 10 while in Bermuda.
    • Immunized residents, 2-years-old and older without a pre-arrival test, will quarantine for the first 4 days in Bermuda. The requirements for a valid test can be found here.
    • Unimmunized travelers will quarantine for 14 days in a Government Approved Quarantine Hotel or apply for an exemption. Animals are not allowed to stay with travelers in a government quarantine accommodation; if you are under mandated quarantine do not to travel with an animal.
    • For your specific travel instructions before and after arrival, please select one of the following:
    • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Non-Immunized Travelers
    • https://www.gov.bm/are-you-immunised
    • https://www.gov.bm/are-you-unimmunised
    • https://www.gov.bm/are-you-travelling-minor
    • https://www.gov.bm/your-minor-travelling-unaccompanied
    • https://www.gov.bm/are-you-mariner
    • https://www.gov.bm/are-you-bermudian-student

 

 

TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Aircraft are allowed to remain overnight, but crew must make prior arrangements for accommodations.
  • The crew are not subject to the testing protocols if they are departing within 24 hours of arrival, but they must complete the Health Declaration form prior to arrival.

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Residents of Bermuda without a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 5 days before arrival are subject to quarantine
  • Passengers could be subject to medical screening and quarantine for up to 14 days. More details can be found at https;//www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers.
  • Airline crew who stay for less than 24 hours are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OT BE RE-EVALUATED

  • Open with restrictions

 

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • Please refer to the following links for official documentation
  • The Ministry of Health recommends that residents get tested at a designated site 48 hrs before their planned departure date. This leaves time for the lab to process the lab result and ensures that the test will still be valid should travel take more than 24 hrs.
  • If a resident has travelled in the last 14 days and needs to travel again, they are still in the traveler 14-day guidance window and can walk in at Perot Post Office to get their outbound test.
  • WeHealth Bermuda App
  • The Bermuda Government launched the WeHealth Bermuda app in an effort to closely monitor the local developments of COVID-19 and ultimately help control the spread of the virus. WeHealth Bermuda is a new smartphone application that provides anonymous COVID-19 exposure notifications, and it is one of the world's most sophisticated apps of its kind.
  • All Bermudians and visitors to the island are strongly encouraged to download the app for free from the App Store or Google Play. It will run on iPhone models 6S and above with iOS version 13.7 installed. Android users can use the app if their phone supports Bluetooth Low Energy and Android Version 6 (API 23) or above.
  • Learn more about WeHealth here

 

NOTAMS TXKF

  • A0079/20 NOTAMN Q) TXKF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2006090037 C) PERM E) TXKF GEN EXEMPTION TO ARTICLE 135(1) OF THE AN(OT)O 2013 HAS BEEN REVOKED. ALL INBD FAR135 AND AOC REQUIRE A FOREIGN OPR PERMIT. HTTPS://WWW.BCAA.BM/VISITING-AIRCRAFT-FLIGHT-PERMITS
  • A0034/21 NOTAMN Q) TXKF/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2104010000 C) 2109302359 E) THE TXKF CAA WILL BE CHARGING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF FOREIGN OPR PERMISSIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL VISITING FAR 135, FAR 91K AND NON-SCHEDULED AOC OPR INTO TXKF. THE CHARGES ARE: SINGLE FLT PERMIT US$500; 6 MONTHS UNL VISITS FOR A SINGLE ACFT US$2000; 6 MONTHS UNL VISITS FOR UP TO 10 DECLARED ACFT US$5000; FOR AN AMENDMENT TO A SINGLE LISTED ACFT (ACFT CHANGE) US$250. ALL PAYMENTS ARE TO BE MADE ONLINE THRU WWW.BCAA.BM AND PAYMENT REFERENCE NR SUBMITTED WITH THE APPLICATION FORM.
  • A0048/21 NOTAMR A0178/20 Q) TXKF/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2103291634 C) 2106302300 E) AD OP LTD TO: TXKF AVBL FOR DECLARED INFLIGHT TECHNICAL EMERG ONLY IF REQUIRING IMT LDG. ACFT DIV DUE TO INFLIGHT EMERG MUST EXP EXTREMELY LTD MEDICAL ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSPORTATION FAC. ANY REQUIRED RELIEF ACFT AND CREW MUST BE ON ISLAND WITHIN 10 HRS OF LDG.

Bolivia

BOLIVIA 

Date:                October 18, 2021

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions  

Status:          CLOSED 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Travelers are allowed to enter Bolivia. Please check the documentation, quarantine and/or testing requirements before traveling. 
  • Travelers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. The test must be taken a maximum of 72 hours before departure to Bolivia. This requirement does not apply to: -Travelers under the age of 5. PCR Test 72 hours before departure.
  • This requirement does not apply to: -Nationals and permanent residents of Bolivia. Travelers are required to complete a passenger locator form and present it to immigration on arrival. https://www.dgac.gob.bo/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Form_Salud_International_EN.pdf 

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • Fuel stops are available.
  • Regarding crew rest please inform origin of the flight and crew nationalities.  

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Travelers must submit a sworn statement of the location of stay and quarantine for 10 days on arrival in Bolivia. Travelers must take a COVID-19 RT-PCR test on day 7 of quarantine at their own cost.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • N/A 

 

Any other pertinent information. 

  • Travelers must have health insurance with coverage for COVID-19.
  • Temperature screening is required for all passengers on arrival in Bolivia.
  • Travelers must wear masks in public places. 

 

Latest NOTAM

  • N/A

Brazil - Open with Restrictions - 10/05/2021

BRAZIL
 
Date:         October 05, 2021
Subject:    COVID Country Restrictions (CLOSED)

Status:    OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Brazil remains open for business and leisure flights, and just lifted restriction on crew, paxs and flights coming from or passing through UK, Northern Ireland, South Africa and India.
  • Ordinance No. 658 of 05th/OCT/2021 establishes the following entry rules for travelers and / or crew members, brazilians or foreigners coming from abroad:
    • 1.    Present a negative RT-PCR test (SARS-CoV-2) valid no longer than 72 hours before boarding or an Antigen test valid no longer thah 24 hours before boarding. Test must be in portuguese, spanish or english and done in a laboratory recognized by the health authority of the country of origin. Paxs/crew carrying tests in others languages may have their entry denied and receive a penalty from authorities.
    • 2.    Traveler's Health Declaration (DSV): completed, printed or digital, agreeing with the sanitary measures while in Brazil https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/?lang=en
    • 3.    Children under 12 years are exempt of Covid test, if all accompanying adults present valid Covid tests.
    • 4.    Face mask: use is mandatory;
    • 5.    Quarantine: not required.
  • * Rules are dynamic at this moment, we will keep you up dated in case of new changes.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • The traveler referred to in this article shall be exempt from complying with the measures established in § 1 in the event of technical stoppages, in Brazilian territory, of aircraft coming from abroad, provided that travelers do not disembark without prior authorization from the health authority.”
  • “aircraft crew members are exempt from presenting a document proving the performance of a laboratory test RT-PCR, provided they comply with the following protocol:
    • 1. Absence of social contact and self-isolation while remaining on Brazilian soil when traveling between the airport and the hotel, when necessary - the air operator must provide the displacement between the aircraft and the individual accommodations of the crew on private means of transport and ensure hygiene measures are applied and that the physical distance between people is ensured from the origin to the destination;
    • 2. Absence of social contact and self-isolation while staying on Brazilian soil in the accommodation - the crew must remain in residence or in a hotel room, in the latter case, the following must be observed:
      • 2.1. Accommodation will be occupied by only one crew member;
      • 2.2. The accommodation will be sanitized before and after its occupation;
      • 2.3. The crew will not use the hotel's common facilities;
      • 2.4. The crew will have meals in the accommodation;
      • 2.5. If hotel room service is not available, the crew will request a "to go" meal;
    • 3. health care and self-monitoring - the crew must:
      • 3.1. regularly monitor symptoms, including fever and other symptoms associated with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus (covid-19);
      • 3.2. avoid contact with the public and other crew members;
      • 3.3. stay in the hotel room, except to seek medical attention or to perform activities considered essential;
      • 3.4. wash your hands frequently with soap and water, when possible, or use gel alcohol;
      • 3.5. wear a mask; and
      • 3.6. observe physical distance when it is necessary to leave the hotel;
    • 4. in cases of symptoms - if the crew presents symptoms associated with the coronavirusSARS-CoV-2 (covid-19) in the Brazilian territory, it must:
      • 4.1. communicate the fact to the air operator;
      • 4.2. seek medical assistance to assess possible involvement by SARS-CoV-2 (covid-19); and
      • 4.3. in case of a positive result, cooperate with additional monitoring, according to the protocols adopted by the local health system;
    • 5. occupational health - the following measures will be adopted:
      • 5.1. those responsible for the occupational health programs of the air operators will maintain permanent contact with the crews, in order to ensure self-monitoring by their employees and the execution of health protocols that reduce the risk factors associated with exposure to SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19); and
      • 5.2. the air operator will implement an education program with the objective of guiding the crews on the sanitary measures to be adopted during the period of confrontation with SARS-CoV-2 (covid-19);
    • 6. crew health management plan - air operators are responsible for:
      • 6.1. develop and maintain a permanent management plan for the health of the crew, with the risk assessment regarding the exposure of the crew to SARS-CoV-2 (covid-19);
      • 6.2. demonstrate, whenever requested, the supporting documentation of the implementation of the mitigation measures of SARS-CoV-2 (covid-19), without prejudice to the inspection, monitoring and control actions to be carried out by the competent authorities.”

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to the operation of cargo flights, handled by workers wearing individual protection equipment (PPE), whose crew must observe the following specific health protocols:
    • Completion of the Traveler's Health Declaration (DSV) (https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/), provided for in art. 7, item II of this ordinance, being exempted from presenting a document proving the realization of laboratory test RT-PCR, as long as it complies with the protocol contained in art. 7, item I, paragraph h, as applicable;
    • the disembarkation of crew members is not authorized, except in case of emergency need, previously authorized by the local health authority, in which case quarantine must be carried out for 14 days, under the guidance and monitoring of the health authorities of the respective state or municipality, being that, if the emergency disembarkation is only for transit at the airport, the crew member must make constant use of a face mask and social distance;”

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • N/A

 

Any other pertinent information. 

  • VISA
  • Cockpit Crew (PIC and SIC) do not need VISA if listed in the Gendec, bringing the original/most recent license and medical certificate. FEDERAL POLICE AUTHORITY issues the special permission upon arrival and usually it´s valid up 10 days. Only pilots (Captain, F/O, PIC, SIC, co-pilot, etc.) are considered as crew members.
  • Note that flight attendants, mechanics, engineers and passengers need VISA depending on the nationality, and it´s NOT possible to obtain it upon arrival in BRAZIL. Please check in advance – subject to penalties.


Latest NOTAM

  • N/A

British Virgin Islands - Open with Restrictions - 07/21/2021

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Date:               July 21, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with restrictions

 

Checklist FormPHASE III BORDER RE-OPENING | FOP Application Form Fillable

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Visitors are allowed into TUPJ
  • FOREIGN BASED CREW INCLUDING MAINT PERSONNEL, MEDEVAC/AIR AMBULANCE CREW ARE REQUIRED TO: 
    • REGISTER ON THE BVI TRAVEL AUTH PORTAL HTTPS://BVIGATEWAY.BVIAA.COM FOR EACH ARR INTO THE TERRITORY AND UPLOAD A NEGATIVE SARS COV-2 RT-PCR TEST RESULT FOR A TEST TAKEN WITHIN 3 DAYS OF TRAVEL. 
    • COMPLETE A PUBLIC HEALTH DECLARATION FORM AND RECEIVE A TRAVEL AUTH. 
    • MUST BE TESTED ON ARR AND SELF-ISOLATE IN A GOVERNMENT APPROVED FACILITY AT OWN COST UNTIL DEP FROM THE TERRITORY OR 4 DAYS, WHICHEVER IS SOONER. REPEAT TESTING ON DAY 4 IF LAYOVER IS MORE THAN 
    • DAYS AND REPEAT TEST ON DAY 10 IF REQUIRED. MUST BE PCR TESTED WHEN SHOWING SIGNS OF ILLNESS
  • DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, PPR 24 HR BEFORE FOR ALL FLIGHTS ARRIVING AT AD, EXCEPT CARGO AND MEDICAL FLIGHTS. REQUESTS SHALL BE MADE VIA OPS(AT)BVIAA.COM. ALL FLIGHT CREW SHALL REMAIN IN THE IMMEDIATE ENVIRONS OF THEIR ACFT, UNLESS EXEMPTED OTHERWISE
  • https://www.bviaacloud.com/covid-19-protocol/bvi-traveller-s-protocols/unvaccinated-traveller
  • https://www.bviaacloud.com/covid-19-protocol/bvi-traveller-s-protocols/fully-vaccinated-traveller

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions 

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • Fully vaccinated persons travelling from overseas would be required to provide a RT PCR Test or an approved Rapid Antigen Test within five days of arrival and provide satisfactory evidence of being fully vaccinated.
  • Fully vaccinated travelers are not subjected to PCR Testing on arrival. That is the Day Zero Test and resultantly no quarantine time will be required save for that ordered by the quarantine officer as a result of the entry screening.
  • Fully vaccinated travelers will no longer be tested or quarantined when they arrive, they are still required to produce an RT-PCR test result or an approved rapid antigen test within five days of arrival. They will also be required to provide satisfactory evidence of being fully vaccinated.
  • Significantly reduced fees for the fully vaccinated
    • The gateway administration fees be reduced from $105 to no more than $35 for fully-vaccinated travelers. These persons will no longer be required to conduct bi-weekly screenings and testing’s but should self-monitor and report any symptoms of, or recent exposure to COVID-19,” the minister added.
  • The unvaccinated and partially vaccinated
    • Partially vaccinated persons travelling from overseas will be required to provide a COVID test result within five days of travel, provide satisfactory evidence of vaccines received so far, subject themselves to a PCR test upon arrival, and be quarantined for four days.
    • Decisions taken and reported during the government’s last presentation on May 13 still remains in effect.
      • Fully vaccinated persons travelling with one or more unvaccinated child (aged 5-17) … [these children] will be tested on arrival. Children will be released from quarantine together with their parents or guardians once the test results for the entire group are negative but must remain within their family bubble. Unvaccinated children will be subjected to a further test on Day 4,” Malone said.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • No expected date, Updates are giving frequently.

 

Any other pertinent information

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0795/21 NOTAMR A0253/21 Q) TJZS/QFAXX///A/000/999/1827N06432W005 A) TUPJ B) 2105101710 C) 2108101710 EST E) DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, PPR 24 HR BEFORE FOR ALL FLIGHTS ARRIVING AT AD, EXCEPT CARGO AND MEDICAL FLIGHTS. REQUESTS SHALL BE MADE VIA OPS(AT)BVIAA.COM. ALL FLIGHT CREW SHALL REMAIN IN THE IMMEDIATE ENVIRONS OF THEIR ACFT, UNLESS EXEMPTED OTHERWISE

A0796/21 NOTAMR A0254/21 Q) TJZS/QFAXX///A/000/999/1827N06432W005 A) TUPJ B) 2105101710 C) 2108101710 EST E) FOREIGN BASED CREW INCLUDING MAINT PERSONNEL, MEDEVAC/AIR AMBULANCE CREW ARE REQUIRED TO: 1. REGISTER ON THE BVI TRAVEL AUTH PORTAL HTTPS://BVIGATEWAY.BVIAA.COM FOR EACH ARR INTO THE TERRITORY AND UPLOAD A NEGATIVE SARS COV-2 RT-PCR TEST RESULT FOR A TEST TAKEN WITHIN 3 DAYS OF TRAVEL. 2. COMPLETE A PUBLIC HEALTH DECLARATION FORM AND RECEIVE A TRAVEL AUTH. 3. MUST BE TESTED ON ARR AND SELF-ISOLATE IN A GOVERNMENT APPROVED FACILITY AT OWN COST UNTIL DEP FROM THE TERRITORY OR 4 DAYS, WHICHEVER IS SOONER. REPEAT TESTING ON DAY 4 IF LAYOVER IS MORE THAN 4 DAYS AND REPEAT TEST ON DAY 10 IF REQUIRED. MUST BE PCR TESTED WHEN SHOWING SIGNS OF ILLNESS

A1196/21 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1827N06433W005 A) TUPJ B) 2107101200 C) 2107250000 EST D) DLY: 1200 - 0000 E) AD HR OF OPS

A1083/21 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QFAAP/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1844N06420W005 A) TUPA B) 2107012017 C) 2107301100 EST E) PPR FOR ALL FLIGHTS ARRIVING AT AD. REQUESTS SHALL BE MADE VIA OPS(AT)BVIAA.COM

A1202/21 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1844N06420W005 A) TUPA B) 2107101200 C) 2107242100 D) DLY 1200-2100 E) AD HR OF OPERATIONS

Canada - Open with Restrictions - 09/07/2021

CANADA

Date:               September 07, 2021 

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions UFN

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • All private/charter/commercial air service conducting international flights for the transport of passengers on all inbound flights to Canada, excluding direct flights from the St-Pierre Et Miquelon, must for the purpose of disembarking passengers land at one of the following airports
    • Aeroport Intl De Montreal-Trudeau (CYUL)
    • Aeroport De Quebec-Jean Lesage (CYQB)
    • Calgary Intl Airport (CYYC)
    • Edmonton Intl Airport (CYEG)
    • Winnipeg Intl Airport (CYWG)
    • Ottawa Intl Airport (CYOW)
    • Toronto-Pearson Intl Airport (CYYZ)
    • Vancouver Intl Airport (CYVR)
    • Halifax (CYHZ)
  • All private and commercial operators transiting passengers to must comply with the provisions of the Interim order to prevent certain persons from boarding flights to Canada due to Covid-19.  This includes a requirement for passenger face mask or coverings.
  • Fully vaccinated foreign nationals may be allowed to enter Canada for discretionary travel on specific dates:
    • As of August 9, 2021: American citizens and permanent residents of the United States, who currently reside in and will be travelling from the U.S., and who qualify as fully vaccinated
    • As of September 7, 2021: All foreign nationals who qualify as fully vaccinated to qualify for the fully vaccinated traveler exemption, you must:
  • To qualify for the fully vaccinated traveler exemption you must:
    • Be eligible to enter Canada on the specific date you enter
    • Have no signs or symptoms of COVID-19
    • Have received the full series of an accepted COVID-19 vaccine or a combination of accepted vaccines
    • Have received your last dose at least 14 days prior to the day you enter Canada
      • Example: if your last dose was anytime on Thursday July 1st, then Friday July 16th would be the first day that you meet the 14 day condition
    • Upload your proof of vaccination in ArriveCAN
    • Meet all other entry requirements (for example, pre-entry test)
  • The only accepted COVID-19 vaccines for entry into Canada are:
    • Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty, tozinameran, BNT162b2)
    • Moderna (mRNA-1273)
    • AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD (ChAdOx1-S, Vaxzevria, AZD1222)
    • Janssen/Johnson & Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S)
  • No exceptions for partially-vaccinated travelers
    • At this time, there are no exemptions from testing, hotel stopover or quarantine for travelers who haven't received the full series of a vaccine or a combination of vaccines accepted by the Government of Canada.
  • If you qualify for the fully vaccinated traveler exemption, you must also follow these requirements:
    • Pre-entry test result
      • All travelers 5 years of age or older, regardless of citizenship, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result.
      • You must take a test within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of your flight to Canada. Airlines will refuse boarding to travelers who are unable to provide a valid molecular test result.
      • If you have a connecting flight:  The test must be conducted within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of your last direct flight to Canada
      • You may need to schedule the test in your transit city
      • If you’ve already had COVID-19 you may continue to test positive after you’ve recovered and are no longer infectious.  If you are now symptom-free, you can provide proof of a positive COVID-19 molecular test when crossing the border, instead of a negative one.
      • The test must have been conducted between 14 and 90 days prior to your scheduled entry into Canada
      • The proof of the positive result must be from an accepted type of molecular test
    • Quarantine plan in case you don’t qualify for the exemption
      • You must be prepared to quarantine for 14 days, in case you:
        • Are symptomatic
        • Don’t meet the requirements
    • Proof of vaccination in ArriveCAN
      • You must use ArriveCAN to enter your proof of vaccination, quarantine and travel information.
      • If you don't provide the required information in ArriveCAN before arriving at the border you won't be considered for the exemption, even if you meet all the other requirements.
      • Providing proof of your Vaccination in ArriveCAN, up to 72 hours before your travel, you must provide:
        • The details of your first dose (date, country and vaccine you received)
        • The details of your second dose if one was required (i.e., for Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines)
        • A photo or PDF file of the record of each dose of your vaccination, such as receipts, cards, or confirmations:
          • If you received two doses and they are both recorded on a single card or PDF, upload that same image or file for dose 1 and again for dose 2
          • File formats accepted: PDF, PNG, JPEG or JPG
          • Maximum file size for upload: each image upload has a 2 MB size limit
        • Preferred file format: if you received a PDF file of your vaccination record, upload the PDF rather than an image, since the PDF is clearer and easier to read
        • These must be in English, French, or a certified translation into English or French
      • Bring your original proof of vaccination with you while you travel.
      • Final determination of your vaccination status will be made at the border. You must bring a digital or paper copy of your proof(s) of vaccination with you.
    • What to have ready at the border
      • Have the following items with you for assessment by a government official at the border:
        • ArriveCAN receipt
        • Proof of vaccination
        • Pre-entry test results
        • Other travel documents
    • Arrival testing
      • Once in Canada, you can travel on to your final destination. You don’t need to wait for your arrival test results.
      • Create an account for arrival testing
        • Depending on where you enter, there are different testing providers.
        • You can create an account in advance to save time at the border.
        • Use the same email address you used for your ArriveCAN account.
    • Airport Test Providers
      • You may be required to get tested before exiting the airport. To speed you through testing at the airport, we encourage you to register in advance with the testing provider:
        • Montreal – Biron Groupe Santé
        • Toronto – Switch Health
        • Calgary – Government of Alberta
        • Vancouver – LifeLabs
    • Taking your arrival test
      • When you enter Canada, you'll be instructed to either take an arrival test at the border, or receive a home test kit.
      • If you don’t qualify as fully vaccinated, you will also get a kit to use on Day-8 of your mandatory quarantine (except for travelers who are only passing through on their way to or from Alaska).
      • There is no fee for the arrival test.
      • You must take a test before leaving the airport. At that time, you may get a home test kit to use for your test on Day-8 of your mandatory quarantine.
      • Travelers who qualified for the fully vaccinated exemption can travel on to their destination including taking connecting flights.
    • Arrival test results
      • You can travel on to your destination. You don’t need to wait for your arrival test results.
      • If your arrival test is negative:
        • Follow local public health measures
        • Maintain a list of all close contacts for your first 14 d
      • If your test is positive
        • Isolate yourself from others right away
        • You will be contacted by your local public health authority, follow their instructions
        • Keep copies of your proof of vaccination for 14 days
  • You can travel to and enter Canada if you’re unvaccinated 
    • Canadian citizen
    • Dual Canadian citizen with a
      • valid Canadian passport or
      • special authorization
    • Permanent resident of Canada
    • Person registered under Canada’s Indian Act
    • Protected person
    • Foreign nationals, including United States (US) citizens, can travel to Canada only if they’re eligible.
  • Pre-entry test requirements:  All travelers 5 years of age or older, regardless of citizenship, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result. 
  • At this time, proof of having a vaccine does not replace a valid test result.
  • You must:
    • Take the test within 72 hours of your scheduled flight departure time for your flight that lands in Canada
    • Provide one of the accepted types of tests, not an antigen test 
    • Keep proof of your test results for the 14-day period that begins on the day you enter Canada
  • At-home testing
    • Travelers will also be required to take another COVID-19 molecular test on day 8 of their 14-day quarantine. Travelers will be provided with a COVID-19 test kit and instructions before leaving the airport.
  • Pursuant to section 5.1 of the aeronautics act, the Minister of Transport is of the opinion it is necessary for aviation safety and the protection of the public, to prohibit the ops of aircraft offering scheduled and nonscheduled international commercial air service from the United Kingdom for the transport of passengers on an inbound flight to Canada.  This includes the ops of all aircraft offering private and charter air transportation services. 
    • The above restriction does not apply to aircraft operated in the following circumstances
      • Cargo Flights
      • Flight Crew Repatriation Flight
      • Technical stops where passengers do not disembark
      • At alternate airport identified in a flight plan to address wx
      • Aircraft safety situations 
      • In the case where special authorization has been granted by Transport Canada 1-888-857-4003

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • The above restriction does not apply to aircraft operated in the following circumstances
    • Technical stops where passengers do not disembark
    • At alternate airport identified in a flight plan to address wx
    • At alternate airport identified in a flight plan to address aircraft safety situations
    • In the case where special authorization has been granted by Transport Canada 1-888-857-4003

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • 14 days quarantine if you don’t have symptoms
  • 14 days isolation if you have symptoms

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • Until Further Notice.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Travelers entering Canada must provide traveler contact information through
    • The ArriveCAN mobile app or
    • The ArriveCAN website or
    • If you don't submit your information through ArriveCAN, you won’t be denied boarding but you may:
      • Face additional delays at the border for public health questioning
      • Be subject to enforcement action, which can range from verbal warnings to $1,000 fines
  • Exemptions to travel restrictions
    • Medical deliveries for patient care
    • Crew on any plane, train, or marine vessel

 

LATEST NOTAMS

G1190/21 (Issued for CZYZ CZWG) - COVID-19:
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WITH THE INTENT TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 THROUGHOUT CANADA, ALL COMMERCIAL AIR SVC, PRIVATE OPR (CAR SUBPART 604) AND FOREIGN BUSINESS AVIATION, THAT ARE TRANSPORTING PASSENGERS TO CANADA MUST COMPLY WITH THE PROVISIONS 
OF THE INTERIM ORDER RESPECTING CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL AVIATION DUE TO COVID-19, ISSUED BY THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND CURRENTLY IN FORCE. THIS INCLUDES A REQUIREMENT PASSENGERS TO WEAR FACE MASKS AND PROVIDE EVIDENCE OF A NEGATIVE RESULT FOR A COVID-19 MOLECULAR TEST PRIOR TO BOARDING. 
 
IN ADDITION TO ABV, AND PURSUANT TO SECTION 5.1 OF THE AERONAUTICS ACT, ALL COMMERCIAL AIR SVC, PRIVATE OPR (CAR SUBPART 604) AND FOREIGN BUSINESS AVIATION, THAT ARE TRANSPORTING PASSENGERS TO CANADA MUST, FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS, LAND AT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AP: 
- AEROPORT INTL DE MONTREAL-TRUDEAU (CYUL)
- AEROPORT DE QUEBEC-JEAN LESAGE (CYQB)
- CALGARY INTL AIRPORT (CYYC)
- EDMONTON INTL AIRPORT (CYEG)
- WINNIPEG INTL AIRPORT- JAMES ARMSTRONG (CYWG)
- TORONTO-PEARSON INTL AIRPORT (CYYZ)
- OTTAWA INTL AIRPORT (CYOW)
- VANCOUVER INTL AIRPORT (CYVR)
- HALIFAX INTL AIRPORT-STANDFIELD (CYHZ)
 
THIS RESTRICTION DOES NOT APPLY TO ACFT OPERATED IN THE FLW CIRCUMSTANCES: 
- DIRECT FLT FM SAINT-PIERRE-ET-MIQUELON 
- MEDEVAC FLT 
- FERRY AND CREW REPATRIATION FLT 
- CARGO FLIGHTS CARRYING ONLY AIRCREW OR AIRLINE EMPLOYEES 
- TECHNICAL STOPS WHERE PASSENGERS DO NOT DISEMBARK 
- AT ALTERNATE AP IDENTIFIED IN A FLT PLAN TO ADDRESS WX
- ACFT SAFETY SITUATIONS, OR 
- IN THE CASE WHERE SPECIAL AUTH HAS BEEN GRANTED BY TRANSPORT 
CANADA: 1-888-857-4003

Cayman Islands - Open with Restrictions - 11/30/2021

CAYMAN ISLANDS

Last Updated: 30th November, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions 

Status:    Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Vaccinated travelers with an approved vaccine are allowed to travel.
  • Un-vaccinated travelers not allowed (unless family ties to an Island resident.)
  • Must apply to the Travel Cayman Portal and complete travel declaration
  • Negative PCR 72 Hours prior to arrival
  • Children 4 and under are exempt from testing.
  • Must have health insurance to cover COVID 19 illness

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • TRAVEL TO THE CAYMAN ISLANDS
    • Travel to the Cayman Islands is open to most travelers. Non-resident visitors are required to show proof that they are fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine at least 14 days prior to travel date or, if they are unvaccinated, have a close tie to the country to be eligible for entry. 
  • WHO CAN TRAVEL? 
    • Caymanians and Returning Residents 
    • Fully vaccinated Visitors with an approved vaccine are allowed to travel to the Cayman Islands 
    • Unvaccinated visitors are not able to travel to the Cayman Islands at this time unless that visitor has a close tie to the Cayman Islands. A close tie is considered anyone who can demonstrate that they own a business or property in the Cayman Islands or has a close family tie. A family tie is anyone that is the spouse, civil partner, sibling, parent, stepparent, grandparent, grandchild, child, or stepchild of a Caymanian or Resident. 
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 
    • All travelers are required to apply on the Travel Cayman Portal and be issued with a Certificate to Travel which is required for entry for either a Travel Declaration or a Travel Request. 
      • A negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to travel date is required for all travelers ages 5 and older. 
      • Visitors must have valid medical insurance that includes coverage for COVID-19 related illnesses. 
  • TRAVEL DECLARATION: 
    • Who completes a Travel Declaration? 
    • Securely verified fully vaccinated travelers 
    • Non-securely verified fully vaccinated travelers travelling from a country with a vaccination rate above 60% for the first dose of the vaccine 
    • Process: 
      • When a traveler completes their Travel Declaration, they will receive a Certificate to Travel automatically. 
      • This certificate will be valid for 3 months. 
        • For travelers that do not have a vaccination QR code, a manual verification form option is provided.
        • NOTE: The manually provided Travel Declarations will not have a QR code. These declarations will have a validity period of 1 month (and not 3 months as the automated versions). 
      • All Travel Declarations are valid from 20 November 2021 and not before this date. 
  • ALL TRAVELLERS REQUIREMENT 
    • All travelers are required to carry the following. 
      • A hard or electronic copy of their proof of vaccination (if applicable) 
      • A hard or electronic copy of their valid Certificate to Travel issued by Travel Cayman 
      • Copy of their negative PCR test completed within 72 hours of their flight 
      • A valid passport and visa (if applicable) 
    • The following videos have been created to help guide persons on how to use the portal: 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Allowed.
  • Crew must remain on the aircraft after landing.
  • If remaining overnight quarantine required

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Travelers that fit the below categories are not required to quarantine
    • Fully vaccinated travelers with a securely verifiable vaccination record 
    • Non-securely verifiable fully vaccinated travelers who are travelling from a country with a vaccination rate above 60% for the first dose of a vaccine, where they have spent the last 14 days 
    • Fully Vaccinated Caymanians and Residents 
  • Non-securely verifiable fully vaccinated travelers who are travelling from a country with a vaccination rate below 60% for the first dose of a vaccine, where they have spent the last 14 days, are required to quarantine for 10 days. 
  • Unvaccinated travelers (only applies to returning residents) are required to quarantine for 14 days. 
  • A negative PCR test is required before travelers aged 4 years and older are allowed to exit quarantine. 
  • Travelers are allowed to quarantine at an approved quarantine facility or at a private residence if that residence meets the criteria for quarantine. 
  • All travelers and their quarantine companion that quarantine at a private residence are required to wear a wristband with GPS monitoring technology for the duration of their quarantine period. 
  • Travelers will be transported to their quarantine location by approved authorized transport providers. 
  • Penalties
    • If a person fails to abide by the travel or quarantine requirements, they will be liable, on conviction, to a fine and imprisonment.
  • Airline Crew 
    • All airline crew are required to remain on the aircraft once the flight has landed 
    • If an airline crew is remaining overnight, they will be required to quarantine for the requisite quarantine period unless they are departing the Island before completing quarantine. 
  • Crewmembers 
    • The crewmembers of the airline must meet the following criteria, or they will be remanded to quarantine in an approved facility until the next available departure date and time.
      • ALL crew members should be fully vaccinated, that is, received all necessary doses of an approved vaccine as stipulated by the Chief Medical Officer and 
      • Arrive from a country that has a vaccination rate of 60% or higher 
      • Vaccinated crew members must follow the local Public Health requirements for vaccinated travelers. 
    • The crew and passengers must adhere to mask protocol of the aircraft, where each passenger and crewmember continues to wear their mask until they have exited the terminal. 
    • Please refer to the www.exploregov.ky page for additional information on travel and quarantine requirements for the Cayman Islands. 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • Until further Notice

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • N/A

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • None

Chile - Open with Restrictions - 11/29/2021

CHILE

Date:               November 29, 2021

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions/Mandatory Quarantine

Chile – COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Travelers Affidavit – 48 hours prior to boarding for Chile
  • Negative PCR 72 hours prior to departure of the last destination before arriving in Chile.
  • Children under 2 years old are exempt
  • Travel medical insurance
  • 5-7 days mandatory quarantine.

 

BUSINESS AND PRIVATE FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • INFORMATION FOR NON-RESIDENT FOREIGNERS IN CHILE
  • Entry into and departure from Chile
    • WHO MAY ENTER CHILE?
      • Non-resident foreigners in Chile holding:
        • A Chilean “Pase de movilidad” (domestic “green or Covid card”) consisting in a Covid vaccination certificate having been previously validated in Chile (as detailed in item III of this document).
        • Border crossings:
        • Arturo Merino Benítez Airport (SCL)
        • Iquique Airport (IQQ)
        • Antofagasta Airport (ANF)
        • Punta Arenas Airport (PUQ)
      • People without an enabled “Pase de Movilidad” but complies any of the Exceptions contained in Decree 102 of the Ministry of the Interior.
      • Border crossings: Any legal and open border crossing.
    • WHO MAY LEAVE CHILE?
      • Non-resident foreigners in Chile leaving the country with the passport issued in the country of origin by any legal and open border crossing.
  • Requirements and measures upon entry into Chile
    • REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER CHILE.
    • The same identity document must be used for all procedures.
    • 1. Affidavit:
      • Travelers from abroad must electronically fill-in the “Traveler’s Affidavit” form up to 48 hours prior to boarding. This form will provide contact, health, and travel information and express a traveler’s consent to other entry conditions. It is available at www.c19.cl and shall be required by the transportation means operator at the time of boarding as well as by the health authorities upon entering the country.
    • 2. PCR Test:
      • Jointly with the Traveler’s Affidavit, a traveler must submit a PCR test stating that he/she is negative for SARS-CoV-2. The validity of this negative result shall not be in excess of 72 hours between the time of collection of the specimen and the time of departure of the last flight having Chile as final destination, if travelling by air. If by land, the validity of the test may not be in excess of 72 hours between the time of the collection of the specimen and the entry into Chile. This test shall be required by the transportation operator upon boarding and by Chilean health authorities upon entry into the country. Children under 2 years old are excepted from this requirement. Should a person have permanently tested positive for he/she had suffered from the disease the previous month, he/she may submit two positive PCR results. The relevant specimens must have been collected up to 72 hours prior to boarding or entering and the other over 14 days of the boarding or entrance date, but less than a month prior to such date.
    • 3. Travel medical insurance:
      • This requirement applies only to non-resident foreigners in Chile. Jointly with the Traveler’s Affidavit, they must submit a certificate on medical insurance covering expenses by way of medical assistance, admission to hospital and repatriation during their whole stay in the country, including coverage for any expense derived from Covid-19. The minimum coverage for health services shall be US$30,000.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • No restrictions for refueling at SCEL/Santiago del Chile (only Intl Airport at the moment).
  • Crew may stay overnight.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • HEALTH MEASURES UPON ENTRY INTO CHILE
  • 1.    Strict quarantine at declared place of stay
    • •    Persons holding a “Pase de movilidad” (domestic “green or Covid card”): requires previously validation by Ministry of Health of vaccines administered abroad. (process detailed in item III hereof)
    • •    5 days quarantine: 120 hours counted from the time of health control at the point of entry into Chile. The end of the quarantine can be anticipated by obtaining a negative result of the PCR test carried out in Chile at the airport of entry to the country. Only those who enter the country by air are able to benefit from this. In any case, the person must comply with all the rest of the requirements of this document. 
    • •    Persons holding no “Pase de Movilidad” (domestic “Green or Covid card”) but complies one of the exceptions listed in the second article of Decree 102 of 2020 of the Ministry of the Interior. https://www.bcn.cl/leychile/navegar?idNorma=1143540 
    • •    7 days quarantine: 168 hours counted from the time of health control at the point of entry into Chile. A negative result of the PCR test carried out at the airport does NOT allow the end of the isolation period.
  • REQUIREMENTS:
    • •    All the persons living at the stated place of stay must also be under quarantine, i.e. no one may enter or leave such place during the said period.
    • •    A traveler must arrive to the stated place of stay by private transportation, directly from the place of entry into the country, him/her being prevented from staying the night in a different place or interacting with other persons. No public transportation means may be used, including trains, buses and planes. Transportation by minor public transportation means (taxis) is allowed, as well as the use of private transfers working at airports for routes taking less than 2 hours and under strict health protocols. In this case, travelers may share the same vehicle with the people having travelled with him/her only. Should the route to the place stated for quarantine? purposes take over two hours from the point of entry, the vehicle’s driver must be quarantined for the same number of days. Upon arrival to the quarantine place, notice shall be served upon health authorities by self-report form.
    • •    Information on the quarantine place and the detail of the persons also living there at shall be entered into the Travelers’ Affidavit before entering the country, available at www.c19.cl. Should a traveler choose to be quarantined at a hotel, he/she cannot leave the room.
  • IMPORTANT:
    • A traveler’s quarantine is equivalent to the quarantine carried out by people having tested
    • positive for Covid and his/her close contacts. This means that, during the quarantine, a
    • traveler and his/her cohabitants MAY NOT:
      • •    Leave the place of quarantine.
      • •    Leave the hotel room (if he/she voluntarily chooses to be quarantined at a hotel).
      • •    Have guests.
      • •    Leave for walking a pet.
      • •    Leave for working.
      • •    Attend educational establishments.
      • •    Use public transportation.
      • •    Use the ”Pase de Movilidad”.
  • 2. 14-day travelers follow-up
    • a. Self-report:
      • Any person entering the country must fill-in, for 14 days, a self-report on symptoms, particularly a survey of his/her health conditions and location. A person showing coronavirus symptoms shall remain under quarantine, inform of his/her symptoms in the form sent to his/her email and wait for the contact with health authorities. Should symptoms include fever over 37.8°C (100°F), sudden loss of the sense of smell or taste, a traveler must immediately go to a hospital wearing a mask and avoiding public transportation and follow such health measures as may be appropriate. In case of doubt, call “Salud Responde” (“Health Answers”) at 600 360 7777.
    • b. Testing:
      • A traveler may be tested for COVID-19 on several occasions, either at the point of entry into the country or on any of the 14 following days. Diagnosis tests may include PCR and/or antigen tests. Travelers may also take genotyping tests.
    • c. Control:
      • Travelers under mandatory quarantine shall be personally controlled at the place stated for quarantine purposes, at any time and day during the quarantine.
      • Inspectors shall verify that all cohabitants listed in a Traveler’s Affidavit (C19) are present and that no person other than the listed cohabitants is in the house. In the case of a hotel, inspectors shall verify that the quarantined traveler is in the room. Should any of the foregoing measures be infringed, a traveler shall be punished according to the provisions in Book X, Health Code; the Criminal Code and Act No. 20,393, as appropriate. The fine to be imposed due to the infringement of the prevailing rules can amount to 1000 UTM (CLP 50,000,000). Besides the legal action, the ”Pase de Movilidad” of any traveler or cohabitant having infringed the prevailing health measures shall be blocked.
    • d. Quarantine of positive cases:
      • Travelers testing positive in any of the tests performed during the 14-day follow-up period, as well as their close contacts, shall be quarantined in the place and for the period the health authorities may determine, including underage children.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  •  No information about the expected ending, the situation is being evaluated weekly.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Validation of Information on Vaccines Administered Abroad
    • It is the process allowing non-resident foreigners in Chile to validate in Chile the vaccination data received from abroad in order to obtain the “Pase de Movilidad” (domestic “green or Covid card”). This process must be carried out with the same identification document that will be used at www.C19.cl.
  • 1. What vaccines may be validated in our country?
    • All vaccines having been approved by Instituto de Salud Pública de Chile (ISP) (Chilean Public Health Institute), the World Health Organization (WHO), the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Presently, said vaccines are those manufactured by Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Oxford/ AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, CanSino and Generium (Sputnik-V) laboratories.
  • 2. What information must be provided to validate vaccines administered abroad?
    • User shall go to https://mevacuno.gob.cl/ 
    • a) He/she must create an account with an email and a password.
    • b) Check the email and confirm the email inbox in the notice to be received from mevacuno.gob.cl.
    • c) Refresh the mevacuno.gob.cl website.
      • After entering, go to “Mis vacunas/My vaccines”.
      • Fill-in the form “Extranjeros no Residentes validación de vacunas/Vaccine validation non-resident foreigners”.
      • Enter the document number recorded when you were vaccinated (Passport - Identification Card). It is essential that the identification number with which you created your session in mevacuno.cl is the same with which you carry out the Vaccines validation process and complete the Affidavit (c19) when entering the country.
      • Fill in the email. It is important that you correctly do it, as it will be the means to inform you of the steps to be taken.
      • Fill in the country where you were administered the first dose.
      • Fill in the vaccine administered as first dose.
      • Fill in the number of lot of the first dose (this field is optional).
      • Fill in the date of administration of the first dose.
      • Fill in the health facilities where you were administered the first dose.
      • Fill in the country where you were administered your 2nd dose ccine administered as 2nd dose.
      • Number of lot of your second dose (this field is optional).1
      • Date of administration of the second dose.1
      • Health facilities where you were administered the second dose.1
      • Enclose an Id. Photograph (with Id. Number), which must coincide with the one recorded during the vaccination (Passport - Identity Card)
      • Enclose Vaccination Proof or Certificate issued in the vaccination country. It may be a digital document bearing an advanced digital signature or a QR Code attesting that the information was provided by an official government agency, or a physical validation (vaccination card, certificate, or ticket). Should you have one of the latter bearing an advanced digital signature or a QR code, the process will be more expeditious.
      • Enclose a document attesting to the stay in the country where the traveler was vaccinated, including flight ticket, entry and/or departure page of the country where he/she was vaccinated, medical facility document or certificate on place of stay.
      • Annexes may also include any document or proof supplementing the application filled. Should the physical certificate be issued in a language other than Spanish or English, a certified translation thereof to either of the foregoing languages must be enclosed. You will receive an email upon completion of the form informing you whether the process is complete, or you must enclose more documentation for the validation. Should you require more information and documentation, you must provide the same through the link in the email. Remember that this validation process may take up to 30 days.
  • 3. Which are the possible results of an application for validation?
    • Where a person applies for the validation of vaccines administered abroad, there are 3
    • possible results:
      • a. Incomplete:
        • An application is refused for it is incomplete or inconsistent. User may supplement the application using the link to be sent by email.
      • b. Valid:
        • After submitting a complete, verifiable application by email, the said application is granted and you may unload your “Pase de Movilidad” (domestic “green or Covid card”). You may enter the country within a maximum 45-day term. After expiry of such term, you must file a new application.
      • c. Temporarily valid:
        • If a person submits consistent background but it cannot be verified by electronic means, he/she can temporarily enter the vaccination registry and have a “Pase de​​​​​​​ Movilidad” enabled only for 30 days from the date of entrance into the country. For permanent validation purposes, he/she must enclose, within 90 days, the results of a test performed by an authorized Chilean laboratory – at least 14 days after the completion of the vaccination process – certifying the existence of positive IgM/IgG antibodies against coronavirus through the link received in the response email. This validation will have a maximum duration of 45 days to enter the country. After the expiry of such term, you must submit a new application.
  • 4. Once I have obtained my valid or temporarily validresult, what should I do to travel to Chile?
    • As mentioned in Chapter II, number 1, one of the requirements to enter Chile is to electronically fill-in the “Traveler’s Affidavit” at www.c19.cl, up to 48 hours prior to boarding. This application will confirm that you have correctly completed your vaccines validation process. That’s why you must fill-in the affidavit using the same ID number/“travel document” you previously did for validate your vaccination at mevacuno.gob.cl.
    • At the end of your affidavit, you will receive an email with a QR code and a message indicating that your vaccines are validated.
    • Before travelling to Chile, you must be familiarized with the requirements you must satisfy and that they are under constant evaluation; therefore, they may be modified according to the prevailing epidemiological background. Traveler is liable for compliance with the health rules and regulations in force at the time of entry into the country.

 

Latest NOTAM

Colombia - Open with Restrictions - 09/29/2021

COLOMBIA

Date:          September 29, 2021

Subject:     Latest Restrictions

Status:           Open

 

Business Flight Restrictions

 
 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest
NIL
 

 

Quarantine Requirements
NIL
 

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated
NIL
 

Any other pertinent information
NIL
 

Latest NOTAM
NIL

 

Costa Rica - Open with Restrictions - 09/01/2021

COSTA RICA


Date:         September 01, 2021
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • The airport has no restrictions on any type of flight and is operating normally 24/7.
  • Please see information below regarding CR Entry requirements for passengers from August 1st 
  • Foreign tourists who wish to enter the national territory by air must meet the following requirements:
    • They must complete the digital form called Health Pass, available in Spanish and English at the link https://salud.go.cr 
      • The Health Pass can only be completed within 72 hours of arriving in the country.
      • It must be accessed in updated browsers with the exception of Internet Explorer
      • One form must be completed per person, including minors, without exception
    • They must demonstrate that they have the complete vaccination scheme against COVID-19 for any of the vaccines that have been authorized by a strict regulatory agency, and that the last dose was applied at least 14 days before entering the national territory. The documentation that allows verifying the condition of the vaccination scheme must be uploaded to the Health Pass. In case of not being able to comply with this requirement, they must demonstrate that they have national or international travel insurance that covers accommodation and medical expenses generated by the COVID-19 disease. In the event that a group insurance is presented that covers the family group, the coverage must be sufficient to cover the accommodation and medical expenses generated by the COVID-19 disease for each of the people in the group. Documentation to verify insurance coverage must be uploaded to the Health Pass.
    • The accepted vaccines are: Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson. The last dose of the vaccine must have been applied at least 14 days before arrival in Costa Rica.
    • As proof, vaccination certificates and vaccination cards that contain at least the following information will be accepted:
      • Name of the person who received the vaccines.
      • Date of each dose
      • Pharmaceutical house
    • In the case of the USA, the "COVID-19 vaccination record card" will be received.
    • Tourists not vaccinated, with incomplete vaccination or vaccinated with a serum other than those admitted by the Costa Rican authorities, must purchase mandatory travel insurance that covers lodging in case of quarantine and medical expenses due to COVID-19 disease as detailed below.
    • International Policies
      • Regarding the policy, you can choose any international insurance company that meets the following requirements
        • Valid during the entire stay in Costa Rica (coverage dates).
        • $50,000 for medical expenses, including COVID-19 disease.
        • $2,000 for lodging expenses in case of COVID-19 quarantine.
      • Ask your insurance company for a certificate/letter in English or Spanish stating the following:  
        • Name of the person traveling.
          • Validity of the effective policy during the Costa Rica visit (travel dates).
          • Guarantee of coverage for medical expenses in case of COVID 19 in Costa Rica, for at least $50,000
          • Minimum coverage of $2,000 for lodging expenses for quarantine or trip interruption for this same amount.
      • This certificate must specify that the policy covers COVID-19 and must be uploaded to the HEALTH PASS to be reviewed and approved by the Costa Rican authorities. Insurance cards are not accepted, it must be a document that allows the verification of the coverage mentioned.
    • Costa Rican policies
      • The tourist can also choose any of the following Costa Rican insurance companies, which sell products registered and authorized by the General Superintendency of Insurance of Costa Rica.
      • INS: https://www.grupoins.com/seguros-para-viajero/seguro-viajero-ingreso-costa-rica/
      • Sagicor: https://tiendasagicor.com/en/
      • BlueCross BlueShield: https://www.bluecrossblueshieldcr.com/rod 
      • IMPORTANT: For international policies, the minimum coverage was set at $50,000, while for policies sold by Costa Rican insurers the minimum was set at $20,000.
      • Foreigners with temporary or permanent residence, or temporary category who return to Costa Rica, and who are not up to date with the corresponding payments with the Costa Rican Social Security Fund, must acquire a temporary local insurance for 22 days or an international insurance that complies with the same requirements that are applied to a foreign tourist.
      • In the case of foreigners with the immigration category of permanent or temporary resident, or special category in the latter case (with the exception of the Student Subcategory), they must demonstrate the assurance by the Costa Rican social security, which is in force and can be verified in the link: https://sfa.ccss.sa.cr/servMedicos/validarDerechos.do
      • Tourists who are in transit through the country must purchase insurance with a minimum coverage of five days
      • Costa Rican citizens do not require health insurance
      • Tourists are requested and warned not to attach unsolicited personal documents, such as copies of credit cards, keys or private passwords or others in the link of the Health Pass: https://salud.go.cr nor in an email to [email protected] Reminder that only a copy of the insurance policies should be attached.
    • Passengers must arrive at San Jose or Liberia
      • SANITARY PROTECTION EQUIPMENT:
        • The use of face mask is strictly mandatory for all users who are in the terminal, therefore, crew members and passengers must carry masks at all times during their stay at the airport; children least from 6 years old are excepted. They should also keep the distance of 1.8 meters recommended by the health authorities and carry out the handwashing protocol before entering the terminal.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • No restrictions 
  • CREW´S REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER THE COUNTRY:
    • Regarding the crew members, they have an exception by 72 hours that not present the required travel insurance and fill out the “Health Pass” neither. 
    • If the crew need to stay more than this time, they must to present the required travel insurance and fill out the “Health Pass”. 
       

Quarantine/ health Requirements

  • No

  

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • Undefined

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • COVID-19 TESTING INFORMATION, LIBERIA GUANACASTE.
    • Passengers with possible stay at hotels such as Four Season and Andaz Papagayo have the opportunity to take the test in these places.
    • Four Seasons
      • o request the test, the passenger (guest) must make the request through the concierge.
      • The price of the COVID-19 test is $ 150 plus taxes.
      • The result lasts for a maximum of 72 hours.
      • Phone: + (506) 26960000
    • Andaz Papagayo
      • The appointment can be requested at the time of check in at the hotel and choose the day of preference.
      • The price is $ 250 plus $ 25 of charge fees.
      • The result lasts from 48 to 72 hours.
      • Phone: + (506) 26901234

 

NOTAMS 

  • None

Cuba - Open with Restrictions - 10/25/2021

CUBA

 

Date                October 25, 2021

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with restrictions

Cuba – COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Negative PCR 72 hours prior to arrival.
    • Some exceptions; Arrivals from Poland or via Air Canada, Air Transat, etc.
  • Passengers subject to a COVID 19 test upon arrival, medical screen, and quarantine.
  • Passengers must present a declaration of health upon arrival
  • Passengers must pay a health tax of $30
  • November 07th:  New Health Protocols

 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Flights from Guyana, Haiti, Nicaragua, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago are suspended
    • This does not apply to humanitarian flights
  • Passengers MUST have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival
    • This does not apply passengers arriving from Poland
    • This does not apply to passengers arriving on Air Canada, Air Transat , Sunwing Airlines or West Jet.
  • Passengers arriving from Poland must have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued at most 5 days before arrival
  • Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and
    • Subject to medical screening and
    • Subject to quarantine
  • A completed DECLARACION DE SANIDAD DEL VIAJERO / SANITARY STATEMENT FOR TRAVELLERS must be presented upon arrival (attached)
  • Passengers MUST pay a health tax of USD 30 or equivalent
  • Nationals of Cuba residing in Cuba are allowed to enter with an expired passport that was issued after 1 January 2014
  • Normal passports issued after 1 January 2014 to nationals of Cuba residing in Cuba that have not been revalidated with a PRORROGA sticker are accepted for entry
  • Passengers traveling to Cayo Coco or Varadero MUST have a reservation for a tourist arrangement
    • This does not apply to nationals of Cuba
  • Nationals of Cuba traveling to Cayo Coco or Varadero must have a reservation for a tourist arrangement that includes a period of self-isolation for 14 nights
  • Please see the Attached PDF Translation Documents named as reference and guidance:

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE INCREASE IN ACTIONS TO CONTAIN THE SPREADING OF COVID-19, THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES A NEW OPERATIONAL MEASURE:
  • AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ONLY IN THE INTEREST OF MEDICAL COLLABORATION, HUMANITARIAN AID AND CARGO TRANSFER, ARE ALLOWED, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ESTABLISHED SANITARY MEASURES.
  • THE HAVANA FIR/CTA AND THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE AS PUBLISHED IN AIP CUBA AND WITH ALL ITS SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR THE OPERATIONS LINKED TO THE ABOVE PARAGRAPH
  • AIRLINE CREW MEMBERS WHEN OPERATING WILL BE EXEMPT FROM THE ENTRY BAN AND WILL BE ALLOWED TO ENTER FOR THE LIMITED MINIMUM PERIOD SO THAT THEY CAN COMPLETE THEIR DEPARTURE FLIGHT DUTIES AND NOT AFFECT THE OPERATION OF THE AIRLINE. THESE IN TURN WILL NOT BE QUARANTINED, BUT WILL REMAIN ISOLATED DURING THE TIME OF STAY IN THE COUNTRY AND UNTIL THEY RETURN TO THEIR OBLIGATIONS

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and
    • Subject to medical screening and
    • Subject to quarantine
  • Nationals of Cuba traveling to Cayo Coco or Varadero must have a reservation for a tourist arrangement that includes a period of self-isolation for 14 nights
  • All international travelers (whether foreigners or residents of Cuba) who arrive in the country through the José Martí airport in Havana must remain in isolation in a designated institution or in a hotel for a period of five nights and six days. A COVID-19 test will be performed upon arrival and the result will be obtained between 24 and 48 hours, and an RT-PCR must be performed on the fifth day of arrival, counting the day on which it arrived. Later you will be discharged from this isolation.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

NO date provided

 

 

Any other pertinent information

 

NO NOTAMS MUFH related to COIVD19 found

None

Curacao - Open with Restrictions - 09/10/2021

CURACAO
 
Date:                   September 10, 2021
Subject:               Latest Country Restrictions

Status:          Open with Restrictions

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Landing permit required. PLC form and ED card required for entry (www.dicardcuracao.com)
  • Negative PCR test
  • After 3 days a antigen test will be administered on pax or crew's cost.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • only if found to be positive 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • Until Further Notice

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

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LOW RISK, HIGH-RISK OR VERY HIGH-RISK
COUNTRY: HTTPS://CCAA.CW/LATEST/UPDATES. SEE DIRECTIVE AND RISK CLASSIFICATION IF COUNTRIES. DURATION OF TRAVEL RESRICTIONS: THE TEMPO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, REGARDLESS OF THE INDICATED ENDING TIME OF THIS NOTAM. ANY POSS CHANGE OF THIS PERIOD SHALL BE ASSESSED DEPENDING ON FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS. ALL PRIVATE ACFT AND CHARTER OPS WILL NEED TO REQ A LDG AUTH 48 HR PRIOR TO THE FLT. THE REQ MUST BE SUBMITTED TO: [email protected] AND [email protected])

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A0426/21 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QMXLT/IV/M/A/000/999/1211N06858W003 A) TNCC B) 2106170200 C) 2109151000 E) DURING DARK HRS TWY LGT WILL NOT BE OPR. MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DUE COVID-19. ALL ARRIVING OR DEPARTING ACFTS NEED TO REPORT TO TWR 1 (ONE) HR IN ADVANCE. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CTC CAP OPS AT +5999 8391030

A0427/21 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QMNLT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06858W003 A) TNCC B) 2106170200 C) 2109151000 E) DURING DARK HRS APN FLOOD LGT WILL NOT BE OPR. MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DUE COVID-19. ALL ARRIVING OR DEPARTING ACFTS NEED TO REPORT TO TWR 1 (ONE) HR IN ADVANCE. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CTC CAP OPS AT +5999 8391030.

Dominica - Open with Restrictions - 04/26/2021

Dominica

 

Date        April 26, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions 

Status:    Open with restrictions

Dominica Travel Protocols

 

Business Flight Restrictions. 

  • Types of flights allowed include: Business, Leisure / Tourism, Tech Stops, Humanitarian, Ferry
  • Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions.  
  • Crew Restrictions
    • Crew may now RON at Dominica at a government approved hotel.  
    • Crew would have to take Rapid Test upon arrival.  
    • If test is negative, no quarantine required.  
    • If test is positive, then crew would have to quarantine.  
    • No mandatory health forms applicable to crew.  
    • Crew can rest on the aircraft if needed. 

 

Quarantine Requirements.  

  • Arriving travelers must obtain a negative COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test result recorded within 24-72 hours of arriving in Dominica.
  • Additionally
    • travelers must complete an online health questionnaire by Dominican authorities 24-hours before entering the island.
    • Upon arrival, travelers will undergo health checks, including COVID-19 Rapid Test
    • If the result is negative and traveler is from high risk country, the traveler will have to quarantine for 5 days.
    • Should a test result come back positive, the traveler will need to self-quarantine for 14-days in a government facility or certified hotel at their expense. 

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated.

Until further notice Per NOTAMs April 30 

 

Any other pertinent information: 

  • TDPD: Has reopened to international commercial and private passenger flights.
  • If with the COVID regulations implemented all flights into Dominica (Private and /or Charter) needs a landing permit? 
    • YES landing permit required accordingly to the NOTAMS A0360 /21 & A0361 /21 
  • If it is mandatory for passengers and crew to present a negative PCR TEST for entering the country? 
    • Mandatory for passenger not crew
  • If it is able to present a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, either one or two doses according to the vaccine type? 
    • Even if passengers are vaccinated they still have to present negative PCR test
  • Aerodrome operating hours have changed to the following: Aerodrome operating hours are now 1000 UTC TO 2400 UTC (6:00 am to 8:00pm).
  • Links

 

NOTAMS TDPD

A0495/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD PART 1 OF 2 B) 2104010000 C) 2106302359 E) TRAVEL RELATED PROTOCOLS FOR REOPENING OF BORDERS PROTOCOL FOR PRE ARRIVAL ALL TRAVELLERS MUST: (1) SUBMIT A HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE ONLINE AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN TDPD AT HTTP://DOMCOVID19.DOMINICA.GOV.DM. (2) SHOW THE NOTIFICATION OF CLEARANCE TO TRAVEL. (3) SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT RECORDED WITHIN 24-72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. GENERAL PROTOCOLS AND GUIDELINES UPON ARRIVAL: (1) TRAVELLERS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR FACE MASKS AT ALL TIMES DURING ARRIVAL PROCESS UP TO AND INCLUDING DEPARTURE FROM THE AIRPORT. (2) MUST OBSERVE PHYSICAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES. (3) MUST PRACTICE GOOD RESPIRATORY AND PERSONAL SANITIZATION. (4) MUST FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS OF HEALTH CARE STAFF AND OFFICIALS. DISEMBARKATION AND TESTING TRAVELLERS WILL: (1) BE REQUIRED TO SANITIZE THEIR HANDS AT SANITIZATION STATIONS AS DIRECTED. (2) BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO A HEALTH ASSESSMENT TO INCLUDE A TEMPERATURE CHECK. (3) PROVIDE CONFIRMATION OF THE HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE AND NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULTS. (4) BE REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKE RAPID TEST SCREENING AND SUBJECT TO A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT. END PART 1 OF 2 

A0495/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD PART 2 OF 2 B) 2104010000 C) 2106302359 E) THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY: (1) TRAVELLERS WILL BE CONVEYED TO IMMIGRATION FOR PROCESSING AND TO CUSTOMS FOR SCREENING. (2) LUGGAGE TO BE SANITIZED UPON ARRIVAL AT AIRPORT WHEN TAKEN OFF CONVEYOR BELT. HIGH TEMPERATURE, HIGH RISK ALERT FROM QUESTIONNAIRE OR POSITIVE RAPID TEST: (1) TRAVELLERS WILL PROCEED TO SECONDARY SCREENING AREA. (2) A PCR TEST WILL BE ADMINISTERED TO TRAVELLERS. (3) TRAVELLERS WILL BE CONVEYED TO A MANDATORY QUARANTINE AT A GOVERNMENT APPROVED FACILITY OR GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED HOTEL AT TRAVELLER´S EXPENSE WHILE AWAITING RESULTS. (4) IF THE TEST RESULT IS POSITIVE, TRAVELLER MAY BE QUARANTINED UNTIL RELEASE BY AN AUTHORIZED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL. CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS ARE EXEMPTED FROM TESTING FEES. DEPARTURE FROM DOMINICA: (1) VEHICLES WILL ONLY BE PERMITTED TO ENTER THE AIR AND SEAPORT WITH THE DRIVER AND PERSONS DUE TO TRAVEL. (2) TRAVELLERS MUST WEAR FACE MASK AT ALL TIMES DURING THE DEPARTURE PROCESS UNTIL DEPARTURE FROM AIRPORT. (3) TRAVELLERS MUST OBSERVE PHYSICAL DISTANCING. (4) TRAVELLERS SHOULD PRACTICE GOOD RESPIRATORY AND PERSONAL SANITIZATION. (5) FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS OF HEALTH CARE STAFF AND OFFICIALS. END PART 2 OF 2
 

A0361/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD B) 2103061000 C) 2104302359 E) WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT, ALL NON SCHEDULED ACFT SEEKING TO TRANSPORT PASSENGERS INTO DOMINICA ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY. SEND REQUEST TO CEO(AT)DASPA.DM. PILOTS WHO DO NOT MEET THE NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO LAND, AS PRESCRIBED BY THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY.
 

A0412/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD B) 2103191000 C) 2104302359 D) DLY: 1000-2359 E) AD OPR HRS CHANGED. PRIOR NOTICE IS REQUIRED FOR OPERATIONS OCCURRING AFTER 0000.
 

A0498/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1523N06124W005 A) TDCF PART 1 OF 2 B) 2104011308 C) 2106302359 E) TRAVEL RELATED PROTOCOLS FOR REOPENING OF BORDERS: PROTOCOLS FOR PRE ARRIVAL: ALL TRAVELLERS MUST: (1)SUBMIT A HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE ONLINE AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN TDCF AT HTTP://DOMCOVID19.DOMINICA.GOV.DM. (2)SHOW THE NOTIFICATION OF CLEARANCE TO TRAVEL. (3)SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT RECORDED WITHIN 24-72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. GENERAL PROTOCOLS AND GUIDELINES UPON ARRIVAL: (1)TRAVELLERS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR FACE MASKS AT ALL TIMES DURING ARRIVAL PROCESS UP TO AND INCLUDING DEPARTURE FROM THE AIRPORT. (2)MUST OBSERVE PHYSICAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES. (3)MUST PRACTICE GOOD RESPIRATORY AND PERSONAL SANITIZATION. (4)MUST FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS OF HEALTH CARE STAFF AND OFFICIALS. DISEMBARKATION AND TESTING: TRAVELLERS WILL: (1)BE REQUIRED TO SANITIZE THEIR HANDS AT SANITIZATION STATIONS AS DIRECTED (2)BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO A HEALTH ASSESSMENT TO INCLUDE A TEMPERATURE CHECK PART 1 OF 2

 A0498/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1523N06124W005 A) TDCF PART 2 OF 2 B) 2104011308 C) 2106302359 E) (3)PROVIDE CONFIRMATION OF THE HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE AND NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULTS (4)BE REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKE A RAPID TEST SCREENING AND SUBJECT TO A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT. THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY: (1)TRAVELLERS WILL BE CONVEYED TO IMMIGRATION FOR PROCESSING AND CUSTOMS FOR SCREENING. (2)LUGGAGE TO BE SANITIZED UPON ARRIVAL AT AIRPORT WHEN TAKEN OFF CONVEYOR BELT. HIGH TEMPERATURE, HIGH RISK ALERT FROM QUESTIONNAIRE OR POSITIVE RAPID TEST: (1)TRAVELLERS WILL PROCEED TO A SECONDARY SCREENING AREA. (2)A PCR TEST WILL BE ADMINISTERED TO TRAVELLER. (3)TRAVELLERS WILL BE CONVEYED TO A MANDATORY QUARANTINE AT A GOVERNMENT APPROVED FACILITY OR GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED HOTEL AT TRAVELLER´S EXPENSE AWAITING RESULTS. (4)IF THE TEST RESULT IS POSITIVE, TRAVELLER MAY BE QUARANTINED UNTIL RELEASED BY AN AUTHORIZED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL. CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS ARE EXEMPTED FROM TESTING FEES. DEPARTURE FROM DOMINICA: (1)VEHICLES WILL ONLY BE PERMITTED TO ENTER THE AIR AND SEAPORT WITH THE DRIVER AND PERSONS DUE TO TRAVEL. (2)TRAVELLERS MUST WEAR FACE MASK AT ALL TIMES DURING THE DEPARTURE PROCESS UNTIL DEPARTURE FROM AIRPORT. (3)TRAVELLERS MUST OBSERVE PHYSICAL DISTANCING. (4)TRAVELLERS SHOULD PRACTICE GOOD RESPIRATORY AND PERSONAL SANITIZATION. (5)FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS OF HEALTH CARE STAFF AND OFFICIALS. PART 2 OF 2
 

A0360/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1523N06124W005 A) TDCF B) 2103061000 C) 2104302359 E) WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT, ALL NON SCHEDULED ACFT SEEKING TO TRANSPORT PASSENGERS INTO DOMINICA ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY. SEND REQUEST TO CEO(AT)DASPA.DM. PILOTS WHO DO NOT MEET THE NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO LAND, AS PRESCRIBED BY THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY.
 

 

Dominican Republic - Open with Restrictions - 10/20/2021

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Date:               October 20, 2021

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

 

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • CIVIL AVIATION BOARD RELEASE
  • The civil aviation board of the Dominican Republic informs the aeronautical and airport community, both nationally and internationally and to the sectors related to air transport of passengers to and from the Dominican Republic; That ne virutd of decree number 622-21 dated October 8, 2021, which ordered the lifting of the State of Emergency declared by the Dominican Republic and the measures established to continue fighting COVID-19, contained in resolution No. 000048 dated October 8, 2021, issued by the Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance of the Dominican Republic, relating to the presentation of a vaccination card in Dominican territory; which does not include passengers arriving at the international airports of the Dominican Republic
  • Through this communication, it is ratified that the prevention measures established for commercial civil aviation, in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Dominican territory, remain in force, without new and / or additional requirements, prevailing the interest in continuing to guarantee the health of Dominican citizens and the traveling public
  • In the order of the above, we reiterate that the Epsecial Requirements to enter the national territory from the countries where new variants of COVID-19 are circulating, contained in resolutions 133-2021 dated June 25, 2021, 146-2021 dated July 10, 2021 and 147-2021 dated July 12, 2021, as well as the provisions of the Protocol for the Reactivation of Air services in the Dominican Republic, (version 4.0) of December 2020 are the following:
    • COUNTRIES:
      • United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales), Australia, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Monaco, Ireland, Democratic Republic of Congo, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Senegal, Syria, Sweden, Thailand, Tunisia, South Africa, India, Brazil

 

      • SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
        • Passengers: The presentation of the negative result of a PCR test, taken no more than seventy-two (72) hours before arrival, or presentation of the vaccination card no less than 3 weeks after the last dose was placed.
        • Crew: The crew members will be required to present their Vaccination Card with no less than 3 weeks after the last dose has been placed, or the presentation of the negative result of a PCR test carried out within the last stent-two (72) hours before your arrival in the Dominican Republic. In case of not presenting the above, they must remain confined in the accommodation
      • COUNTRIES:
        • Spain
      • SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
        • Passengers and Crew: The presentation of the negative result of a PCR or Antigens test, taken with no more than a stent and two (72) hours before arrival, or presentation of the Vaccination Card with no less than two (2) weeks of having been placed the last dose
    • Note 1: This measure also applies to all passengers from the aforementioned countries who arrive in the Dominican Republic from a third country and to those who have been in the aforementioned countries in the last fourteen (14) days or less.
    • Note 2: Regarding the presentation of the negative result of a PCR or Antigen test for minors, it is established that said measure does not apply to passengers under seven (7) years
    • Note 3: For passengers arriving in the Dominican Republic from a country not indicated in this Release, the random rapid detection tests of COIVD-19 are maintained. Those passengers who present a Vaccination Card with no less than 3 weeks of having been placed the last dose, and / or the presentation of the negative result of a PCR or Antigen test carried out within the last stent two ( 72) hours before your arrival in the Dominican Republic
    • Note 4: For entry to the Dominican Republic, the presentation of the COVID-19 vaccination card or document issued by the country where the passenger or crew entering Dominican territory has received the vaccination will be recognized.
    • Passports: All foreign citizens who enter the Dominican Republic, exclusively for tourism purposes, must have a valid passport during their stay and departure from the country. This exceptional measure is valid until December 31, 2021.
    • E-TICKET: All foreign and Dominican passengers entering or leaving Dominican Republic on commercial flights** must complete the free electronic entry and exit form, which combines the Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration and International Embarkation/Disembarkation forms. The form is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese and Russian and can be accessed through the following link: https://eticket.migracion.gob.do

                                     ******PER HANDLER all passengers require to complete E-Ticket, inbound & Outbound passengers not just commercial flights.******

  • Passengers will need to fill out a form for arrival and another one for departure and the system will generate two QR codes. Dominican airports have free internet access, so that passengers who did not fill out the form before flying can do so when they arrive in the country. To save time during the arrival procedure, we recommend filling out the form 72 hours before the trip, printing or making a screenshot of the QR code and keeping it on hand until arrival, where it will be scanned by the authorities when passengers go through Customs. The QR code will not be scanned during departure, but it is a confirmation that the form was completed correctly. If passengers need to make any changes to the form, they must fill it out a new form. For additional information and to watch an instructional video, please visit: https://viajerodigital.mitur.gob.do/. Passengers arriving on private flights, non-commercial vessels, ferries, cruise ships, etc., do not need to fill out the electronic form. The physical Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration and International Embarkation/Disembarkation forms will be accepted for the aforementioned passengers.
  • As of September 1, 2021, during the registration process and verification of travel documents prior to boarding, domestic and foreign air operators operating to and from the Dominican Republic, as well as Consignees or other companies that provide passenger assistance services, must ensure and are responsible for strict compliance, that passengers have the completed Electronic Form for Entry and Exit to the Dominican Republic (E-Ticket).

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

None

 

 Quarantine Requirements

None

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

  • If it is mandatory for passengers and crew to present a negative PCR TEST for entering the country? 
  • No
  • If there are new rules for vaccinated or non-vaccinated if necessary to present a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, either one or two doses according to the vaccine type plus a PCR test to enter the country?
  • It will depend on the country you are arriving from 

 

NOTAMS FIR MDCS

  • A0237/21 NOTAMR A0150/21 Q) MDCS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/E/000/999/1802N06928W999 A) MDCS B) 2109151801 C) 2112142359 E) COVID-19: DISEMBARK OF PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA, SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED WITHOUT A PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FROM IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES. CREW MEMBERS UNDER ROTATION/ REST PERIOD: SHALL REMAIN WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THEIR REST FACILITIES. EACH CREW MEMBER SHALL REMAIN ON A SINGLE HOTEL ROOM, LIMITED TO ROOM SERVICE AND IS FORBIDDEN TO USE PUBLIC SPACES

 

  • A0238/21 NOTAMR A0151/21 Q) MDCS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/E/000/999/1802N06928W999 A) MDCS B) 2109151803 C) 2112142359 E) COVID-19: GENERAL AVIATION FLIGHTS ARRIVING FROM AND DEPARTING TO REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA AIRPORTS (MAIQUETIA FIR) ARE SUSPENDED

Ecuador - Open with Restrictions - 10/18/2021

ECUADOR

Date:          October 18, 2021
Subject:     COVID Country Restrictions

Status: OPEN with restrictions

 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions

  • All flights allowed. 
  • PCR required, obtained on the LEAST 72 HOURS before arrival since the test day.
  • Active crew do not need PCR or any additional documents. Dead Head crew or traveling as pax, must complete all pax requirements.
  • If fully vaccinated no need of PCR, only if vaccination card has over 14 days since issuance. All vaccines accepted.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • No restrictions for crew rest or tech stop, just to wear a facemask and keep safe distance at all times. 

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No quarantine requirements.
  • Passengers entering Ecuador must bring a PCR or antigen test performed up to 03 days before arrival or a vaccination carnet with full dosage tacked at least 14 days before the arrival”
  • Crew is exempt of presenting tests.
  • People coming from India have to show upon arrival a negative PCR negative test of COVID-19, taken 72 hours prior to the flight date and a vaccine certificate including two shots required, and complete a 10 days quarantine at a lodging paid by pax, this applies for residents, Ecuadorian citizens or tourists

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • As for now there is no new date to expect an update. 

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Depending on type of operation to take place in Ecuador restrictions may vary

 

Latest NOTAM

  • None at the moment.

El Salvador - Open with Restrictions - 09/20/2021

EL SALVADOR

Date:          September 20, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions  

  • We MUST get a landing Permit for each flight:
    • We must get a Landing permit ahead of arrival for all types of non-itinerated flights 
    • landing permits are required at this time, we can get a permit number “in no time”, as long as we have all completed documentation. This applies for Tech Stops and RON. Docs required are:
    • Crew licenses and meds, Registration & Air-worthiness Certificates, and Insurance policy where its specifies geographical area covered and third party damages. (5 docs in total)
  • No flight restrictions at MSLP. MSSS working hours 0600-1800
  • Passengers must have:
    • The airlines that want to land in El Salvador must require ALL their passengers, nationals or foreigners (except for the crew, diplomats and children under 2 years old), a negative molecular COVID-19 test result issued at maximum of 72 hours before arrival.
    • Test accepted are LAMP,NAAT and PCR
    • Or a COVID-19 Vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated
    • nowadays, also crew members of non-itinerated flights (corporate, Air Ambulances, etc.) must also bring their neg CoVid test results, in printed, and the trip must be done within the next 72h, after the Lab issues the results, same as pax
  • The Biosafety Protocol has already been delivered and prepared by a multidisciplinary team following the recommendations of the International Air Transport Association, the Civil Aviation Organization, the Civil Aviation Authority of El Salvador and the Ministry of Health; 
  • The protocol includes measures such as:
    • The use of a mask for everyone entering the airport
    • signage throughout the terminal to maintain the physical distance of 2 meters
  • a video surveillance system to detect agglomerations in the different areas of the airport among others
  • PCR testing or any kind of tests, are not available at any airport (MSLP & MSSS) at this moment
  • For all non-itinerated flights:
  • There are no restrictions for tech stops, RON, business, fueling, etc. 
  • The only restrictions are regarding as before: all crew and passengers must bring their printed PCR-RT or-if its antigen only NAAT or LAMP type are accepted. Vaccination cards only if it’s completed.  The trip must be done within the next 72h after the sample was taken.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions   

  • None for TS (just Landing Permit) They must bring PCR-RT neg test results
  • Crew members of non-itinerated flights (corporate, Air Ambulances, etc.) must also bring their neg COVID test results, in printed, and the trip must be done within the next 72h, after the Lab issues the results, same as pax

 

Quarantine Requirements   

  • None

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • NO date given please check before each trip with local Handler as a good practice

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Please see all attachments. (all docs in Spanish only) 
  • Attached a compilation with all Press comms from the Airport and Immigration Authority, regarding requirements to enter the country and COVIUD (crew, diplomatic and children under 2yrs are except) all those are in Spanish only.

 

NOTAM MSSS

A1235/21 NOTAMN Q) MHCC/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1342N08907W005 A) MSSS B) 2108011200 C) 2109302359 E) AD HR OF SERVICE ARE NOW 1200-2359 EXC MIL OPS

Falkland Island

FALKLAND ISLANDS

Last Updated: 03/15/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

CLOSED

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Southbound Travel:  UK - Falkland Islands
  • Travel to the Falkland Islands is currently restricted due to Covid-19 and visitors are limited to the following groups:
    • Business visitors required for essential maintenance on equipment, which cannot continue to be operated without the maintenance i.e. KEMH visiting engineers
    • Crew from vessels associated with the Falkland Islands and SGSSI for the purpose of exchange and/or repatriation
    • Scientific and other maritime observers associated with the Falkland Islands and SGSSI for exchange and/or repatriation purposes
    • Individuals already present in the Falkland Islands when LATAM flights were suspended
    • Family members
    • Business visitors for the purpose of delivering projects within the Islands Plan
    • Other business visitors
    • Crew from vessels with no connection to the Falkland Islands for the purpose of exchange and/or repatriation where onward travel arrangements are confirmed and in place.
  • Visitors who meet the requirements detailed above will need to be approved through the CD19 application process before a flight can be booked.
  • Note: CD19 applications are not required from passengers who have Falkland Islands Status, those who have Permanent Residence Permits or those who hold Work Permits.
  • CD19 forms are available to download from this page. https://www.fig.gov.fk/covid-19/travel/ 
  • Completed CD19 forms are to be returned to [email protected]
  • Pre-Flight Testing
  • From 1 March 2021, all travellers to the Falkland Islands aged two years and over will need to provide proof of a negative PCR test for Covid-19 no more than five days before arrival in Senegal.
  • This is a requirement of the Republic of Senegal and it applies to those travelling to the Falkland Islands as the airbridge stops in Dakar on route to the Falkland Islands.
  • You can also read our ‘frequently asked questions’ concerning the pre-flight testing requirements before travelling southbound which are provided below.
  • All travellers to the Falkland Islands need to do the following before their flight:
    • complete an IDC5 form – this is to be returned to the flight booking office and can be found in as a downloadable document at the foot of this page
    • arrange adequate quarantine accommodation – for more information on how quarantine arrangements work, please visit https://www.fig.gov.fk/covid-19/quarantine
    • arrange transportation to their quarantine accommodation – people must either travel in government-designated transport or, if using a private vehicle, must either travel alone or only with another person or persons who are also required to quarantine for the same period
  • Please note: Due to the health and safety requirements placed on government-designated transport providers, there is limited seating capacity and Penguin Travel has a maximum capacity of 40 passengers. Requesting a seat via Penguin Travel only a few days before the flight is due to arrive in the Falkland Islands is therefore not advisable, as this is too short notice for people to make alternative travel arrangements if Penguin Travel is fully booked. 
  • Northbound Travel:  Falkland Islands – UK
  • From 15 February 2021, the UK government has announced new testing requirements for people travelling to England from outside the Common Travel Area, which includes the Falkland Islands.
    • Everyone arriving must quarantine for ten days on arrival
    • Before leaving to travel to England, passengers must book and pay for a ‘travel test package’, which will provide you with Covid-19 tests to be taken on or before day two and on or after day eight of quarantine
    • Complete a passenger locator form before travelling – this is available on the UK government website: https://www.gov.uk/provide-journey-contact-details-before-travel-uk
    • Follow any national or local lockdown requirements
  • The tests cost £210 and must be booked via the following online portal: https://quarantinehotelbookings.ctmportal.co.uk/
  • You will not be able to leave quarantine until you have received a negative result from the day eight test and have quarantined for 10 days.  If you do not take the tests, it could result in a penalty of up to £2,000. Anyone who tests positive for either test must quarantine for a further ten days from the day that the test was taken. You will still be required to undertake quarantine on arrival into the UK, whether you have been vaccinated in the Falkland Islands or not.
  • The UK Ministry of Defence will be complying with these measures wherever possible. However, there are a limited number of exemptions that may be relevant for some roles;
  • https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-travellers-exempt-from-uk-border-rules/coronavirus-covid-19-travellers-exempt-from-uk-border-rules
  • The UK Ministry of Defence exemption is reserved for service personnel, MOD civil servants, defence contractors and foreign military personnel to deliver essential defence tasks that are not compatible with self-isolating. From 29 March (previously 15 March) day 2 and day 8 testing must be conducted regardless of whether utilising a defence exemption.
  • Further information is available from the UK government’s website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/how-to-quarantine-when-you-arrive-in-england

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Not possible.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Everyone arriving in the Falkland Islands, whether travelling by sea or air, must spend their first 14 days in the Islands in quarantine, in accordance with the Infectious Diseases Control (Coronavirus, Quarantine) Regulations 2021. The Regulations came in to force in February 2021 and replace the Regulations made in July 2020. The Regulations can be found at https://www.legislation.gov.fk
  • The purpose of quarantine is to prevent the inadvertent transmission of coronavirus (also known as Covid-19). Coronavirus is an infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
  • The Falkland Islands has so far been successful in limiting the spread of coronavirus because of the measures in place to reduce the risk of coronavirus being inadvertently transmitted by those arriving from overseas. Quarantine is a key part of those measures. There are some very limited exemptions from the requirement to quarantine which strike a careful balance between managing the risk of infection and the need to maintain key services.
  • Before arriving here, people are asked to provide information about their journey, including where they plan to stay in quarantine on arrival and for a telephone number, to enable public health officials to support individuals while in isolation. Failure to provide this information is an offence and if the information changes this must be shared with King Edward VII Memorial Hospital by calling 28000.
  • Accommodation
    • On arrival, people must either travel to their quarantine accommodation in government-designated transport (currently only Penguin Travel is designated) or, if using a private vehicle, they must either travel alone or only with another person who is required to quarantine for the same period.
    • People in quarantine must not share their living accommodation or any facilities (bathroom, kitchen) with anyone who is not in quarantine with them.  While in quarantine, individuals will receive at least one welfare call and will be asked to participate in our surveillance swabbing programme. This involves being swabbed for coronavirus on three separate occasions to make sure that people are free of infection before they leave quarantine.
    • Visitors and people working for private companies must find their own place of quarantine. Government employees will be provided with suitable accommodation by the FIG Housing Department, if travelling on Government business. Any other returning residents (that is, anyone who has Falkland Islands Status, PRP or a permit that is not a visitors permit) who do not have access to suitable quarantine accommodation should contact the FIG housing department for advice by emailing [email protected] or by calling +500 27193.
    • If accommodation is provided by the FIG Housing Department, there is a flat rate service charge of £100 per person for the quarantine period. This covers the use of fuel, limited internet and telephone provision, linen changing and deep cleaning on leaving the property. This service charge is waived for returning residents. If accommodation is provided at the Malvina House Hotel, the base bed and board rate is £2,100 per person, plus any additional charges for the quarantine period.”
  • Exemptions
    • People who are exempt from quarantine will be told before they arrive in the Falkland Islands. The most significant exemption from the requirement to quarantine is for military personnel who have been in quarantine in the United Kingdom for a period of 14 days before their arrival at Mount Pleasant. The defence of the Falkland Islands is a key priority and this exemption ensures that military personnel can assume their duties immediately after they arrive. There are a very few partial exemptions for others who need to leave quarantine to do work that is essential, for example healthcare professionals.
  • Enforcement
    • The requirement to quarantine will be enforced by the Royal Falkland Islands Police. Failure to stay in quarantine, except in very limited circumstances set out in the Regulations, is a criminal offence for which you can be fined up to £2000, imprisoned for up to three months, or both.
  • Review
    • The requirement to quarantine is reviewed every six weeks, to ensure that it is not in place for any longer than reasonably necessary to protect public health.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • COVID19 restrictions are changing every time.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Falkland Islands Government (FIG) have confirmed that they have agreed a further suspension with LATAM for the flight operation from Brazil and Punta Arenas/Santiago routes will remain suspended until at least 29 June 2021.
  • Global restrictions on air travel mean that the South Atlantic Airbridge is currently unable to land in Cape Verde and now refuelling at Dakar. In addition, use of the Airbridge is now restricted to essential travel only. The restrictions on the issuing of visitor permits are still in place, but the restrictions will.
  • Source: https://www.falklandislands.com/ 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • None at the moment.

French Guiana

FRENCH GUIANA 

 

Date:               07/03/2020

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through July 11th, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • FRANCE STRENGTHENS CONTROLS AT ITS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BORDERS AND RESTRICTS TRAVEL WITH SPECIFIC HEALTH MEASURES
  • FRENCH GUIANA CLOSE ITS BORDERS TO FOREIGN NATIONALES WHO LACK A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN ONE OF THE SHENGEN MEMBRE ANS ASSOCIATED STATES,EUROPEAN UNION OR UNITED KINGDOM,UNLESS:
    • THEY ARE ARRIVING ON A FLIGHT FROM THOSE AREAS OR
    • FOR HEALTHCARE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.AN APPROVAL CALLED  LAISSER PASSER MUST BE REQUESTED TO THE HEALTH AGENCY(ARS) OR
    • FOR ANY OTHER REASON MENTIONNED IN THE DOCUMENT INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATE TO MAINLAND FRANCE FROM A THIRD COUNTRY.
  • TRAVEL FROM MAINLAND FRANCE TO FRENCH GUIANA,AND INLAND FLIGHTS,SHALL BE AUTHORISED ONLY FOR THE REASONS GIVEN IN THE DOCUMENT EXEMPTED MOVEMENT CERTIFICATE FOR TRAVEL FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE TO A FRENCH OVERSEAS COMMUNITY AND INDICATED AFTERWARDS:
    • IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASON
    • SERIOUS PERSONNAL HEALTH RELATED REASON
    • PROFESSIONNAL TRAVEL WHICH CANNOT BE POSPONED.
  • ON DEPARTURE FROM FRENCH GUIANA,ALL PASSENGERS PRESENT TO THE AIR CARRIE,BEFORE BORDING:
    • A SWORN STATEMENT THAT INDICATE THE PURPOSE OF THEIR MOVEMENT,ACCOMPANIED BY REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
    • A SWORN STATEMENT,AVAILABLE ONTHE AIR CARRIER WEBSITE, INDICATING THEY NEITHER SHOW SYMPTOMS OF COVID 19 NOR HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A COVID CONTAMINATED WITHIN THE FORTEEN DAYS BEFORE FLIGHT. THESE FORMS ARE COMPLETED PRINTED OR COPIED BY HAND BY THE PASSENGER.
  • PRIVATE FLIGHTS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL FROM THE PREFECTURE SERVICES. THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS SHALL BE SUBMITTED:
    • A SWORM STATEMENT THAT INDICATE THE PURPOSE OF THEIR MOVEMENT,ACCOMPANIED BY THE REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
    • A SWORN STATEMENT THAT THEY NEITHER SHOW SYMPTOMS OF COVID 19 NOR HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A COVID CONTAMINATED WITHIN THE FORTEEN DAYS BEFORE FLIGHT,.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Allowed techstop without PAX disembarkation.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • 6-QUARANTAINE OR ISOLATION MEASURES IS PRESCRIBED AT THE ARRIVAL IN FRENCH GUIANA

  

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

JULY, 11TH 2020

  

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • HE AIR CARRIER OR THE HAELTH AGENCY MAY REQUIRE PASSENGERS TO UNDERGO A TEMPERATURE CHECK BEFORE BORDING.THEY DENY BOARDING TO PASSENGERS WHO REFUSE SCREENING.
  • THE AIR CARRIER DENIES BOARDING TO ANY PERSON AGED ELEVEN YEARS OR OLDER WHO DOES NOT WEAR A FACE MASK. THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL NOT PREVENT THE PASSENGER FROM BEING ASKED TO WITHDRAW IT FOR THE PURPOSE OF IDENTITY CHECK.
  • THE AIR CARRIER SHALL INFORM THE PASSENGERS ON BOARD,IN PARTICULAR BY MEAN OF SOUND ANNOUNCEMENTS,ABOUT HYGIENE AND SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES KNOWN AS BARRIER MEASURES.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

 

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A) SOOO  FIR CAYENNE

B) 2020 Jun 25  00:25 C) 2020 Jul 11  23:59

E) COVID-19:PASSENGERS RESTRICTIONS AND HEALTH MEASURES TO AVOID THE

SPREAD OF THE COVID-19

1-FRANCE STRENGTHENS CONTROLS AT ITS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BORDERS

AND RESTRICTS TRAVEL WITH SPECIFIC HEALTH MEASURES

2-FRENCH GUIANA CLOSE ITS BORDERS TO FOREIGN NATIONALES WHO LACK A

RESIDENCE PERMIT IN ONE OF THE SHENGEN MEMBRE ANS ASSOCIATED

STATES,EUROPEAN UNION OR UNITED KINGDOM,UNLESS:

-THEY ARE ARRIVING ON A FLIGHT FROM THOSE AREAS OR

-FOR HEALTHCARE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.AN APPROVAL CALLED  LAISSER

PASSER MUST BE REQUESTED TO THE HEALTH AGENCY(ARS) OR

-FOR ANY OTHER REASON MENTIONNED IN THE DOCUMENT INTERNATIONAL

TRAVEL CERTIFICATE TO MAINLAND FRANCE FROM A THIRD COUNTRY.

3-TRAVEL FROM MAINLAND FRANCE TO FRENCH GUIANA,AND INLAND

FLIGHTS,SHALL BE AUTHORISED ONLY FOR THE REASONS GIVEN IN THE

DOCUMENT EXEMPTED MOVEMENT CERTIFICATE FOR TRAVEL FROM METROPOLITAN

FRANCE TO A FRENCH OVERSEAS COMMUNITY AND INDICATED AFTERWARDS:

1. IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASON

2. SERIOUS PERSONNAL HEALTH RELATED REASON

3. PROFESSIONNAL TRAVEL WHICH CANNOT BE POSPONED.

AVAILABLE ON THE

WEBSITE:HTTPS://WWW.INTERIEUR.GOUV.FR/ACTUALITES/L-ACTU-DU-MINISTER

E/ATTESTATION-DE-DEPLACEMENT-ET-DE-VOYAGE

4-ON DEPARTURE FROM FRENCH GUIANA,ALL PASSENGERS PRESENT TO THE AIR

CARRIE,BEFORE BORDING:

1. A SWORN STATEMENT THAT INDICATE THE PURPOSE OF THEIR

MOVEMENT,ACCOMPANIED BY REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

2. A SWORN STATEMENT,AVAILABLE ONTHE AIR CARRIER

WEBSITE,INDICATINGTHEY NEITHER SHOW SYMPTOMS OF COVID 19 NOR HAVE

BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A COVID CONTAMINATED WITHIN THE FORTEEN DAYS

BEFORE FLIGHT,.

THESE FORMS ARE COMPLETED PRINTED OR COPIED BY HAND BY THE

 

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Q) SOOO/QAFXX/IV/NBO/ E/000/999/0648N04516W627

A) SOOO  FIR CAYENNE

B) 2020 Jun 25  00:25 C) 2020 Jul 11  23:59

E) PASSENGER.

FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL RESULT IN ORARDING DENIAL

BY THE AIR CARRIER.

5- PRIVATE FLIGHTS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL FROM THE PREFECTURE

SERVICES. THE FOLLONING DOCUMENTS SHALL BE SUBMITTED:

1.  A SWORM STATEMENT THAT INDICATE THE PURPOSE OF THEIR

MOVEMENT,ACCOMPANIED BY THE REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

2.  A SWORN STATEMENT THAT THEY NEITHER SHOW SYMPTOMS OF COVID 19

NOR HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A COVID CONTAMINATED WITHIN THE

FORTEEN DAYS BEFORE FLIGHT,.

6-QUARANTAINE OR ISOLATION MEASURES IS PRESCRIBED AT THE ARRIVAL IN

FRENCH GUIANA

7-THE AIR CARRIER OR THE HAELTH AGENCY MAY REQUIRE PASSENGERS TO

UNDERGO A TEMPERATURE CHECK BEFORE BORDING.THEY DENY BOARDING TO

PASSENGERS WHO REFUSE SCREENING.

8-THE AIR CARRIER DENIES BOARDING TO ANY PERSON AGED ELEVEN YEARS

OR OLDER WHO DOES NOT WEAR A FACE MASK. THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL NOT

PREVENT THE PASSENGER FROM BEING ASKED TO WITHDRAW IT FOR THE

PURPOSE OF IDENTITY CHECK.

9- THE AIR CARRIER SHALL INFORM THE PASSENGERS ON BOARD,IN

PARTICULAR BY MEANS OF SOUND ANNOUNCEMENTS,ABOUT HYGIENE AND SOCIAL

DISTANCING MEASURES KNOWN AS BARRIER MEASURES.

 

Grenada

GRENADA

Date:         September 13, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Closed – Mandatory Quarantine

Vaccinated:        Proof of Vaccination + PCR 72 Hours + 48 Hours Quarantine
None-Vaccinated: PCR 72 hours + 07 Days Quarantine
 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • As of July 31st, 2021 persons entering Grenada either by air or sea must be fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccination.
    • Exemptions to fully vaccinated status are: Citizens, Residents, Persons under 13, Diplomats, Airline crew on layover
    • Citizen: Persons carrying a Grenadian passport, or proof of citizenship, born in Grenada
    • Resident: Holders of permanent resident status, work permit, letter of employment from the Government of Grenada.
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening upon arrival
    • Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. The test must be paid before departure at https://pay.gov.gd/
    • Passengers are subject to quarantine for up to 07 days at an approved accommodation ;details can be found at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/ 
    • Vaccinated persons require  48 hours quarantine
  • Due to the current protocol at TGPY as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you will be required to provide us with the necessary information and documentation before we can confirm handling at TGPY.
    • The airport at TGPY is currently operates from 1000 UTC – 1930 UTC. All operations are to take place during the listed time frame. In the event an operation runs over these hours, an overtime fee shall be incurred.
  • The following is needed in order to confirm handling and landing permission:
  • Kindly visit this website  https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid and complete all required government mandates, regarding protocol for TGPY and send as a copy of your safe travel certification, once issued along with the below details. 
    • Negative PCR test result (must be done 72 hours prior arrival at TGPY) for crew and or passenger(s).
    • Copy of your pure safe travel certificate issue as issued by Grenada’s Health Ministry. 
    • Copy of hotel reservation
    • Purpose of your flight
    • Aircraft Operator name Type / MTOW
    • Full schedule to include date/port/times
    • A copy of both incoming/departing Gen Dec.
    • Departure flight plan.
    • CARICOM EAPIS to be filed at www.caricomeapis.org and copies sent to us via email
    • Travel history of crew and passengers within the last 14 days prior to arrival at TGPY.
    • Completed attached credit card authorization form with authorized signature
  • The above (mandatory information) must be provided, so that we can confirm handling landing permission.
  • Please visit website for information regarding vaccination https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions 

  • Kindly note aircraft operating quick turnaround, fuel or tech stop are not required to provide the below mentioned information and documentations. 
    • Negative PCR test result (must be done 72 hours prior arrival at TGPY) for crew and or passenger(s)
    • Copy of your pure safe travel certificate issue as issued by Grenada’s Health Ministry
    • Copy of hotel reservation
    • Travel history of crew and passengers within the last 14 days prior to arrival at TGPY.

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • Vaccinated persons 48 hours quarantine.
  • None vaccinated seven days quarantine for up to 07 days at an approved accommodation details can be found at https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • Unknown

 

Any other pertinent information

  • If Covid test are available at airport/cost/service hours for this/appointment needed or not 
    • See link above.
  • if With the COVID regulations implemented all flights into Grenada (Private and /or Charter) needs a landing permit?
    • Landing permission is needed not Landing Permit.
  • If it is mandatory for passengers and crew to present a negative PCR TEST for entering the country? 
    • Yes! Once overnighting. Please see link above.
  • If there are new rules for vaccinated or non- vaccinated if necessary to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate either with one or two doses according to the vaccine type plus a PCR test to enter the country? 
    • Vaccinated persons need to sure proof of vaccination, along with Negative PCR test. 
    • Non-Vaccinated need to provide negative PCR test.

 

NOTAMS

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Guadeloupe - Open with Restrictions - 09/24/2021

GUADELOUPE

Date:               May 10, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

 

Status:           Open with restrictions

COVID 19:  Sworn Statement of Health (09/2021)

 

Vaccinated Travelers

Proof of Vaccination + PCR - 72 Hours) or Antigen - 48 Hours (arrival/departure)

+ Sworn Statement of Health (US – No Quarantine)

None Vaccinated Travelers (US)

PCR -72 Hours or Antigen - 48 Hours (Arrival/Departure) + Essential Travel + 7 Days Quarantine

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • FLIGHT COULD BE ALLOWED IF THEY ARE COMING FROM A COUNTRY DESIGNED AS GREEN BY EUROPEAN COMITEE AND IF ALL ARE VACCINATED
  • THE GUADELOUPE ISLANDS REOPENED TO VACCINATED VISITORS FROM THE U.S. ON JUNE 11
  • Foreign citizens can travel to the French Overseas Territories depending on their vaccination status and the health situation of their country. If you plan to travel to the French Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe from the United States (classified as “green” on the basis of health indicators on June 17, 2021), you must follow the following instructions:
  • If you are fully vaccinated: you will have to present proof of your vaccination (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson), – and the results of a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 72 hours (PCR) and of less than 48h (anti-gen) upon boarding and arrival in Guadeloupe. U.S. visitors will also have to present a sworn statement they do not have symptoms of COVID-19 nor contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19. Vaccinated visitors from the U.S. will not be subject to quarantine.
  • If you are not vaccinated: you will have to present the results of a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 72 hours (PCR) and of less than 48h (anti-gen) upon boarding and arrival in Guadeloupe. All non-vaccinated travelers will also need to present a compelling reason as to why they are traveling to the Guadeloupe Islands and will be subject to a mandatory 7-day quarantine.
  • Children under 11 are exempt from testing.
    DOWNLOAD SWORN STATEMENT  (attached)

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical refueling is allowed,
  • Crew rest (see1) but in general not allowed excepted if stay in the aircraft

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Varies

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • End of October 2021

 

Any other pertinent information

 

 

NOTAMS FIR LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB

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F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 2 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) TAIWAN, UKRAINE, URUGUAY, VANUATU AND VATICAN, - RED: AFGHANISTAN, SOUTH AFRICA, ALGERIA, BRAZIL, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, CUBA, GEORGIA, IRAN, THE MALDIVES, MOROCCO, PAKISTAN, RUSSIA, SEYCHELLES, SURINAM, TUNISIA AND TURKEY, - ORANGE: COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOT DESIGNATED AS GREEN OR RED COUNTRIES. 2 FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: A COMPLETE VACCINATION IS ACQUIRED A) FOR VACCINES AGAINST COVID-19 WHICH HAVE RECEIVED A MARKETING AUTHORIZATION BY THE EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY OR WHOSE COMPOSITION AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS ARE RECOGNIZED AS SIMILAR TO THE AUTHORIZED VACCINES BY THE NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE SAFETY OF MEDICINES AND HEALTH PRODUCTS, AFTER A PERIOD OF: - FOR THE 'COVID-19 VACCINE JANSSEN' VACCINE, 28 DAYS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF A DOSE, - FOR OTHER VACCINES, 7 DAYS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF A SECOND DOSE, EXCEPT FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN INFECTED WITH COVID-19, FOR WHICH THIS PERIOD RUNS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FIRST DOSE. B) FOR VACCINES WHOSE USE HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED BY THE WORLD HEALTH PART 2 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 3 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) ORGANIZATION AND WHICH DO NOT HAVE THE AUTHORIZATION OR RECOGNITION MENTIONED IN A), PROVIDED THAT ALL REQUIRED DOSES HAVE BEEN RECEIVED, 7 DAYS AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF A SUPPLEMENTARY DOSE OF A MESSENGER RIBONUCLEIC ACID (RNA) VACCINE WITH SUCH AUTHORIZATION OR RECOGNITION. REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS PRESENTING A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION SHALL ALSO APPLY TO MINOR PASSENGERS ACCOMPANYING ONE OR MORE MAJOR PASSENGERS PRESENTING SUCH PROOF. A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY CORRESPONDS TO THE PRESENTATION OF THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A TEST CARRIED OUT MORE THAN 11 DAYS AND LESS THAN SIX MONTHS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH CONCLUDES TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. III - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO HEXAGONAL FLIGHTS : PASSENGERS AGED 18 OR OLDER TRAVELING WITHIN THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY BY PUBLIC AIR TRANSPORT SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PART 3 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 4 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 OR A SELF-TEST CARRIED OUT UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR - A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY. THESE PROVISIONS APPLY TO CREW MEMBERS OPERATING THESE FLIGHTS. IV - TRAVEL TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY 1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, EXCEPT FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING FROM CYPRUS, SPAIN, GREECE, MALTA, THE NETHERLANDS AND PORTUGAL FOR WHICH THE DELAY IS REDUCED TO 24 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, PART 4 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 5 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) OR - A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY. 2 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. V - TRAVEL BETWEEN METROPOLITAN FRANCE AND AN ORANGE COUNTRY 1 PASSENGERS AGED OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY OR TO AN ORANGE COUNTRY FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO TRAVEL FOR THE REASONS LISTED IN THE APPLICABLE INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE AIR CARRIER PRIOR TO BOARDING. 2 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS PART 5 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 6 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM THIS DELAY IS REDUCED TO 24 HOURS. 3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, THE SWORN STATEMENT SHALL ALSO INDICATE: - THAT THEY ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD. VI - TRAVEL BETWEEN METROPOLITAN FRANCE AND A RED COUNTRY 1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF PART 6 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 7 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY OR TO A RED COUNTRY FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO TRAVEL FOR THE REASONS LISTED IN THE APPLICABLE INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE AIR CARRIER PRIOR TO BOARDING. 2 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. THESE PROVISIONS ALSO APPLY FOR PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM A RED COUNTRY BY CONNECTING FLIGHTS, SELF-CONNECTED OR NOT. FOR ANY DIRECT FLIGHT TO THE FRENCH TERRITORY, THE AIR CARRIER CHECKS FOR THIS PURPOSE, AT THE LAST BOARDING POINT BEFORE ARRIVAL IN FRENCH TERRITORY, IF THE PASSENGER IS IN POSSESSION OF: - A RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT IN A PART 7 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 8 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) RED COUNTRY, OR - AN EXEMPTION ISSUED BY THE FRENCH EMBASSY OR THE FRENCH CONSULATES GENERAL LOCATED IN A RED COUNTRY. IF THIS IS THE CASE, THE AIR CARRIER: - ENSURES THAT THE PASSENGER IS IN POSSESSION OF THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY FOR TRAVEL FROM A RED COUNTRY, - SIGNALS THE PASSENGER TO THE AUTHORITIES OF THE DESTINATION AIRPORT IN FRANCE. 3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, THE SWORN STATEMENT SHALL ALSO INDICATE: - THEY ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 10 DAYS QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE NOTIFIED AT THEIR ARRIVAL, PRESENTING THE SUPPORTING PART 8 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 9 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) DOCUMENTS TO THE AIR CARRIER. VII - A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE SHALL BE PRESCRIBED UPON ARRIVAL IN FRANCE FOR PERSONS SHOWING SYMPTOMS OF A COVID-19 INFECTION. VIII - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO CORSICA: 1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER TRAVELING BETWEEN CORSICA AND THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR - A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY. 2 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO CORSICA FROM THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY PART 9 OF 15 F1501/21 NOTAMR

 

F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 10 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. IX - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO OVERSEAS: 1 PASSENGERS TRAVELING BETWEEN OVERSEAS AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY PRESENT, PRIORI TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. 2 ANY PASSENGER : - TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING BETWEEN GUADELOUPE, FRENCH POLYNESIA, GUYANA, REUNION, MARTINIQUE, MAYOTTE, SAINT-BARTHELEMY OR SAINT-MARTIN AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, - TRAVELING FROM NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS TO THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, PART 10 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 11 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO BOARD FOR AN IMPERIOUS PERSONAL OR FAMILY REASON, AN EMERGENCY HEALTH REASON OR A PROFESSIONAL REASON THAT CANNOT BE DEFERRED. THE LIST OF ACCEPTABLE REASONS FOR TRAVEL ARE GIVEN IN A DEROGATORY TRAVEL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL ARE REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO BOARD. 3 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER: - TRAVELING TO OVERSEAS, EXCEPT TO NEW CALEDONIA, FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING FROM GUYANA, REUNION OR MAYOTTE TO THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY THAT CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION, SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. 4 ALL PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA, PART 11 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 12 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) SHALL PRESENT IN ORDER TO BE AUTHORISED TO BOARD : - A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR - FOR ANY PASSENGER FROM 12 TO 17 YEARS OLD AND WHO DO NOT PRESENT A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION OR ANY PASSENGER WITH A RECOGNIZED MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATION OBSTACTING VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION OR THE RESULT OF A TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. 5 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING BETWEEN GUADELOUPE, GUYANA, MARTINIQUE, SAINT-BARTHELEMY, SAINT-MARTIN, REUNION, MAYOTTE, AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, SHALL COMMIT: - TO ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD. PART 12 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 13 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER: - TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING TO FRENCH POLYNESIA OR SAINT-PIERRE AND MIQUELON FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, SHALL COMMIT: - TO ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - TO RESPECT A 10 DAYS QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE NOTIFIED AT THEIR ARRIVAL, PRESENTING THE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO THE AIR CARRIER, AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS PERIOD. 6 TRAVEL TO OVERSEAS MAY BE SUBJECT TO LOCAL ADDITIONNAL RESTRICTIONS OR ADAPTATIONS WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS TERRITORIES AND LOCAL AUTORITIES WEBSITES). X - PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPHS IV TO IX DO NOT APPLY TO: - CREW MEMBERS OR PERSONNELS NECESSARY FOR OPERATION OF PASSENGER OR CARGO FLIGHTS OR TRAVELLING AS PASSAGERS TO OR FROM THEIR DEPARTURE PART 13 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 14 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) BASE, - MEMBERS OF DELEGATION ON OFFICIAL MISSION, OR DIPLOMATIC MISSION STAFF, OR INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION STAFF WITH HEADQUARTER OR OFFICES LOCATED IN FRANCE AS WELL AS THEIR SPOUSE AND CHILDREN. FOR TRAVEL FROM ABROAD, PASSENGERS MAY BE AUTHORISED TO DEROGATE FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF PRESENTING A RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST PRIOR TO BOARDING IF THEY PRESENT A PERMIT ISSUED BY THE FRENCH AMBASSY OR GENERAL FRENCH CONSULATES. THEY CAN ALSO DEROGATE FROM THE ISOLATION OR QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS UPON ARRIVAL IN FRANCE IF THE PERMIT PROVIDES FOR IT. XI - FOR MINOR PASSENGERS, SWORN STATEMENTS MAY BE SIGNED BY THEIR LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE. XII - PASSENGERS PRESENT TO THE AIR CARRIER, BEFORE BOARDING, ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THEIR TRAVEL. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL RESULT IN BOARDING DENIAL BY THE AIR CARRIER. XIII - THE LIST OF ACCEPTED BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING AND BIOLOGICAL TESTS IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF HEALTH WEBSITE). PART 14 OF 15

 

F1501/21 NOTAMR F1469/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 15 OF 15 B) 2109231349 C) 2110312359 E) XIV - AIR CARRIERS SHALL INFORM THEIR PASSENGERS OF THE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO THEIR TRAVEL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BEFORE THE FLIGHT AND THAT THEY MUST KEEP ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THEIR TRAVEL UNTIL THEY REACH THEIR FINAL DESTINATION IN CASE OF CONTROLS AT ARRIVAL. XV - AIR CARRIERS ASK PASSENGERS ON BOARD BY SOUND ANOUNCEMENTS TO PREPARE THEIR TRAVEL DOCUMENTS TO FACILITATE CONTROL MEASURES UPON ARRIVAL XVI - AIR CARRIERS INFORM PASSENGERS ON BOARD BY SOUND ANOUNCEMENTS ABOUT THE ISOLATION MESURES UPON ARRIVAL FOR THE FLIGHTS CONCERNED. XVII - ADDITIONNAL HEALTH MEASURES APPLICABLE TO AIR TRANSPORT ARE DEFINED IN NOTAM 'COVID 19 : HEALTH MEASURES' XVIII - REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO TRAVEL BETWEEN ABROAD AND OVERSEAS ARE DEFINED BY LOCAL NOTAMS. 15 OF 15

 

F1338/21 NOTAMR F1335/21 Q) LFXX/QAFXX/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00040E460 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB B) 2108260856 C) 2109302359 E) COVID-19: HEALTH MEASURES I - THE FOLLOWING HEALTH MEASURES APPLY TO AIR TRANSPORT IN ACCORDANCE WITH DECREE 2021-699 DATED 1TH JUNE 2021 MODIFIED. II - THE AIR CARRIER MAY REQUIRE PASSENGERS TO UNDERGO A TEMPERATURE CHECK BEFORE BOARDING. IT MAY DENY BOARDING TO PASSENGERS WHO REFUSE SCREENING. III - THE AIR CARRIER DENIES BOARDING TO ANY PERSON AGED ELEVEN YEARS OR OLDER WHO DOES NOT WEAR A SURGICAL MASK. THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL NOT PREVENT THE PASSENGER FROM BEING ASKED TO WITHDRAW IT FOR THE PURPOSE OF IDENTITY CHECK. IV - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ENSURE, TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE, PHYSICAL DISTANCING ON BOARD OF EACH AIRCRAFT TO AVOID PASSENGERS SEATING NEXT TO EACH OTHER WHENEVER POSSIBLE. V - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL INFORM THE PASSENGERS ON BOARD, IN PARTICULAR BY MEANS OF SOUND ANNOUNCEMENTS, ABOUT HYGIENE AND SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES KNOWN AS 'BARRIER MEASURES', AND ABOUT HEALTH MEASURES PUT IN PLACE ON ARRIVAL. VI - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ENSURE THE DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION OF LOCATOR FORMS (SEE ICAO ANNEX 9, APPENDIX 13, AND THE ORDER OF 9 JULY 2014 RELATING TO THE PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM) AND VERIFY THAY THEY ARE FILLED IN BY EVERY PASSENGER BEFORE DISEMBARKING. VII - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ALLOW ACCESS TO A WATER AND SOAP POINT OR TO HYDRO-ALCOHOLIC GEL FOR PASSENGERS. VIII - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL INFORM ITS PASSENGERS OF THE PROVISIONS REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPHS II TO IV AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

Guatemala - Open with Restrictions - 09/02/2021

GUATEMALA


Date: September 02, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restriction

Status: Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Update of the national guidelines for the prevention of COVID19 for international travel to and from Guatemala
  • Health guideline for the prevention of COVID19 for travelers entering from international airports La Aurora International Airport and Mundo Maya
  • Prior to the trip to arrival in Guatemala
    • Responsible Passenger
      • Proof of negative test: antigen or PCR (nasopharyngeal and / or oropharyngeal swab, saliva sample only for PCR test) in a laboratory certified by the respective country, no more than 3 days prior to the check-in point on the airline for boarding to the Guatemalan territory (only applies to people 10 years of age and over). The 3 days are counted from the date of the test to the date and time of the check-in at the airline or
      • If you have suffered from the COIVD-19 disease in the past 3 months, present a medical certificate (you can use the attached format included in this document) or from the health clinic that documents the date of diagnosis (including a copy of the test that confirmed the diagnosis) and the recovery of the passenger, the latter must be with a minimum of 10 days after having been diagnosed or 
      • If you have already been vaccinated with a COVID19 vaccine, present proof that you have received 2 doses, (or one dose for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine) the last dose (or the single dose) must have a minimum administration of 2 weeks before starting the trip
      • If for any circumstance it does not have any of the requirements indicated in points a, b and c, the passenger will be allowed to board but will be reported to the health authorities upon arrival in the national territory to be taken to the epidemiological surveillance unit to evaluate the performance of the corresponding laboratory test before entering Guatemalan territory 
      • Use of a mandatory mask for people over 2 years old. Passengers who have certified medical contraindications. for their use are excepted from the use of masks
      • Do not travel if you have any symptoms of acute or suspected COVID 19 respiratory illness
  • Every Crew & passenger is mandatory to bring the COVID-19 TEST PCR valid for 72 hours.
  • If the Crew only comes to drop off or pick up passengers it is not necessary the COVID  19 test PCR BUT if they stay overnight it is necessary.
  • This is to avoid the quarantine and the authorities will not let to enter into the country if you do not bring the test onboard.
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been in Brazil, South Africa or United Kingdom.
    • This does not apply to :
      • Nationals of Guatemala
      • Permanent Residents of Guatemala,
      • Passengers with a diplomatic passport travelling on duty
      • Passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least two weeks before departure 

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical flight are allowed and:
  • Cargo
  • Military
  • Humanitarian 
  • Air Ambulance 

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Passengers and airline crew  could be subject to quarantine for 10 days at their own expense only if upon arrival the Authorities detects a Higher body Temperature and perform a COVID 19 test an results positive.
  • Negative hint crew and pax that will overnight, need to bring a COVID19 test valid 72 hours prior the arrival. 
  • If crew will not remain overnight then it is not required the COVID19 Test

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • No date given check before each trip

 

Any other pertinent information

 

NOTAMS NOT FOUND RELATED TO COVID

Guyana - Open with Restrictions - 10/19/2021

GUYANA

Date:                October 19, 2021

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Landing permit is required.
  • All passenger who are not Guyanese citizens must be fully vaccinated and have in their possessions proof of vaccination to gain entry into Guyana.
  • We recommend that all passengers take the PCR test within the 72 hours period prior to entry into Guyana. This is to avoid having the passenger to do retesting upon arrival into Guyana which will cost USD 80.
  • Crew do not have to produce PCR test at the moment. (This is assessed on a flight by flight basis, for fuel stop no PCR Test is required at SYCJ)
  • Crew members must be fully vaccinated and have in their possessions proof of vaccination to gain entry into Guyana.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • Restriction to flights from Brazil. This is review on a case by case basis by the GCAA

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Once the Passenger PCR Test is negative & has the Covid 19 Vaccination, proceed with caution and follow mandatory face mask & sanitization, avoid gathering in large groups.

 

Requirements for Entry into Guyana

  • Negative Covid-19 PCR Test within 72hrs of flight is mandatory & Covid 19 Vaccine.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • Until Further NOTICE

 

Any other pertinent information

  • None

Haiti - Open with Restrictions - 08/16/2021

HAITI

Date:          August 16, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions 

Haiti Protocol for Resuming Operations

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • MTPP is back to normal operations
  • Airport is fully operational
  • Emergency sanitary have been removed
  • Passengers are subject to medical screening
  • A completed Health declaration Form must be presented to immigration upon arrival
  • ALL PASSENGERS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF NEGATIVE LABORATORY MOLECULAR TEST RESULT(RDT AG OR RT PCR) FOR COVID-19 TO THE AIRLINE BEFORE BOARDING INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT TO HAITI.
  • THE TEST SHOULD BE TAKEN WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT
  • ALL AIR TRAVELLERS WHO HAVE RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 UPON PRESENTATION OF THEIR MEDICAL CERTIFICATE ARE EXEMPTED
  • FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL RESULT IN BOARDING DENIAL BY THE AIR CARRIER
  • Departing passengers can do the antigen test at the airport 
  • The Vaccine will be available soon

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical refueling and crew rest is allow

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No quarantine

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • None by the moment

 

Any other pertinent information. 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0042/21 NOTAMR A0024/21 Q) MTEG/QAFXX/IV/NBO/E/000/999/1840N07255W999 A) MTEG B) 2108121900 C) PERM E) IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CIRCULAR N0.BM-02-213774 EMITTED BY THE PUBLIC HEALTH AUTORITY OF HAITI(MSPP)AIMING AT PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19; ALL PASSENGERS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF NEGATIVE LABORATORY MOLECULAR TEST RESULT(RDT AG OR RT PCR) FOR COVID-19 TO THE AIRLINE BEFORE BOARDING INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT TO HAITI. -THE TEST SHOULD BE TAKEN WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT -ALL AIR TRAVELLERS WHO HAVE RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 UPON PRESENTATION OF THEIR MEDICAL CERTIFICATE ARE EXEMPTED -FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL RESULT IN BOARDING DENIAL BY THE AIR CARRIER

A0015/20 NOTAMN Q) MTEG/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999 A) MTPP B) 2005261520 C) PERM D) 1000UTC TO 2359UTC E) -OPERATING HOURS AT MTPP AD ARE NOW FROM 1000UTC TILL 2359UTC. -FLIGHT PLANS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARO BEFORE 2100UTC.

A0016/20 NOTAMN Q) MTEG/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999 A) MTCH B) 2005261528 C) PERM D) 1000UTC TO 2200UTC E) -OPERATING HOURS AT MTCH AD ARE NOW FROM 1000UTC TILL 2200UTC. -FLIGHT PLANS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARO BEFORE 2100UTC.

Honduras - Open with Restrictions - 09/03/2021

HONDURAS

Date:          September 03, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions  

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: PCR 72h / Antigen 48h required.
Quarantine: No 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • The National Risk Management System (SINAGER) in order to continue with the TECHNICAL OPERATIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE ACTIVATION OF COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORTATION, by means of this communication: That as of the date the Honduran Civil Aeronautical Agency (AHAC) It will resume the competence of authorizing private, humanitarian, rescue, medical evacuation and other flights related to NON-REGULAR activity and for this purpose the operating hours of international airports are reiterated as follows:
    • Toncontin International Airport, from Monday to Sunday from 06:00 in the morning to 19:00 in the afternoon / 1200-000UTC
    • Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport, from Monday to Sunday from 06:00 in the morning to 20:00 at night /1200-0200UTC  
    • Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport, from Monday to Sunday from 07:00 in the morning to 05:00 in the afternoon / 1300-2300UTC
    • Goloson International Airport from Monday to Sunday from 06:00 in the morning to 20:00 in the night / 1200-0200UTC
  • PROCEDURE
    • By virtue of the foregoing to private and non-regular commercial aviation, you are informed that in order to carry out your operations in a normal way, the following procedures will be implemented
  • NATIONAL FLIGHTS
    • In the event that a non-regular private or commercial operator needs to make a flight within the national territory, it will only carry out the process of filling in the flight plan and the operator or crew will be responsible for carrying out the necessary coordination with the relevant authorities: Division de Airport Security (DSA), State Secretaria in the Health Office (SESAL), Airport Operator and any other entity involved for the handling of their passengers, both at the departure and arrival aerodrome.
    • In the event that a regular commercial operator needs to make an exceptional flight to the established itinerary, the AIS / ARO office will be informed of this situation and the "SPECIAL FLIGHT PLAN" Form will be filled out and the operator will be responsible for making the arrangements for the handling of its passengers both at the departure and arrival aerodromes.
  • INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS
    • Operators that plan to make private flights to Honduras (for the sake of prevention against the spread of COVID-19, private flights from Guatemalan and El Salvador are included), will follow the normal procedures with their request for overflight and landing at least 48 hours in advance. ; to the email [email protected] filling out the form AIS-FORM-029 (See attached format) which is also available on the web page www.ahac.gob.hn in the tab Departments / Air Navigation / AIS Procedures / Overflight and landing permit.
    • Private operators with national or foreign registrations who plan to make private flights from Honduras must notify at least 24 hours in advance, the date of their departure and return to the email [email protected] by filling out the AIS-FORM form at the same link stated in the previous paragraph, this determination becomes for reasons of prevention against the spread of COVID 19
    • In the case of charter flights, it is required that they be authorized in accordance with the procedure established in the AHAC in charge of the Air Transport department by sending the form found on the website www.ahac.gob.hn and directing it to the following email: mumanzor @ ahac.gob.hn
    • All passengers entering the national territory must present a negative result of a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test in real time or a rapid test with a minimum specificity of 85%, sensitivity 985 for COVID-19, carried out in a period not more than seventy-two (72) hours, before entering the country, in a fortuitous event or force majeure, the passenger must undergo a clinical evaluation by the International Health Office (OSI) staff.
    • All private and charter flight operators are required to comply with the biosecurity protocols implemented at all international airports in Honduras.
  • Release
    • The Honduras Secretary of Health reports the following to the national or international community:
    • that all travelers who enter the national territory by land and / or air who are already vaccinated against COVID-19 and have the complete vaccination scheme, must only present their original vaccination card where the two complete doses that correspond to each existing vaccine The above in accordance with the provisions of executive decrees number PCM-052-2021 and PCM -053-2021 (ATTACHED IN SPANISH VERSION ONLY ) 
    • Those travelers who are not vaccinated or do not have the complete vaccination scheme are required to present a COVID-19 detection test either RT-PCR, Elisa or Antigen with a negative result, carried out in a period no longer than setenta and two hours. (72) hours before entering the country
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS TO HONDURAS FOR IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES 
    • PRECHECK 
      • ENTER THE ADDRESS: https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn  and  complete “immigration pre check” must be presented upon arrival. The form can be submitted online before departure at https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn 
      • Please note on the picture Requisitos de Entrada al Pais (attached) there is the following Link https://prechecheo.ink.gob.hn/Login that only open at Internet explorer browser and redirects you to the following correct link https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn
    • COVID TEST
      • Passengers arriving from or who in the past 21 days have been in South Africa or United Kingdom are not allowed to enter
      • This does not apply to nationals and residents of Honduras
      • Nationals and residents of Honduras arriving from or who in the past 21 days have been in South Africa or United Kingdom are subject to quarantine for 14 days
      • Passengers must have a negative COVID 19 TEST taken at most 72 hours before arrival. Test accepted are: antigen, ELISA and RT-PCR
        • This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated
    • IDENTIFY YOURSELF
      • PRESENT VALID AND CURRENT TRAVEL DOCUMENT
    • COMPLY WITH BIOSECURITY MEASURES
      • USE OF THE MASK
      • PHYSICAL DISTANCING 1.5 MTS
      • USE OF ANTIBACTERIAL GEL
  • EXITE REQUIREMENTS FROM HONDURAS
    • PRECHECK 
    • IDENTIFY YOURSELF
      • PRESENT VALID AND CURRENT TRAVEL DOCUMENT
    • MEET THE REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY TO YOUR DESTINATION COUNTRY
    • COMPLY WITH BIOSECURITY MEASURES
      • USE OF THE MASK
      • PHYSICAL DISTANCING 1.5 MTS
      • USE OF ANTIBACTERIAL GEL

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • There are no restrictions to Tech Stop they can do it but only on the 06:00-18:00 hours Local at MHLM PREVIOUS Authorized permit 
  • MHTG /MHRO/MHLC only from 07:00-17:00 as well previous Authorized permit
  • Now crew rest are authorized with negative PCR Test

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • The health care have they own procedure 

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • NO date given they are now open and as good International practice please check before each trip.

 

Any other pertinent information.

 

NOTAMS from these locations MHLM / MHLC 

A1312/21 NOTAMN Q) MHCC/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1527N08755W005 A) MHLM B) 2108162359 C) PERM E) AD HR SER ARE NOW H24
 

A1112/21 NOTAMR A0603/21 Q) MHCC/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1545N08651W005 A) MHLC B) 2107102336 C) 2109120200 E) AD HR SER ARE NOW 1200-0200
 

A1060/21 NOTAMN Q) MHCC/QPLCH/IV/M /E /000/999/1100N09130W999 A) MHCC B) 2106281641 C) PERM E) IN REFERENCE TO AIC A08/21 (HONDURAS) RELATED TO FLIGHT PLAN INITIAL VALIDATION PROCESSOR IMPLEMENTATION, WE REQUEST TO GA, COMMERCIAL AVIATION AND MILITARY AVIATION TO ADD THE ADDRESS MHFPZYZX TO FLIGHT PLAN ADDRESSING LINE. LATER THIS INFORMATION WILL PASS TO THE EAIP HONDURAS AFFECTING ENR 1.11 ADDRESSING OF FLIGHT PLAN MESSAGES.

Jamaica - Open with Restrictions - 09/13/2021

JAMAICA

Date:         September 13, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions 

  • Please see the below requirements for aircrafts arriving in Jamaica: 
  • Crew/Pax Requirements: 
    • All Jamaican nationals overnighting must apply for a Travel Authorization through the Jam Covid19 website: https://jamcovid19.moh.gov.jm/
    • All Foreign nationals overnighting must apply for a Travel Authorization. Please see website: www.visitjamaica.com
    • Crew overnighting must also apply for a Travel Authorization on www.visitjamaica.com
    • All incoming crew/ passengers overnighting are required to upload a negative COVID19 - PCR test result or a negative Antigen test result.
    • The test sample collection date must be within 72 hours of schedule arrival date.
    • A copy of the Travel Authorization confirmation must be provided in order to obtain a landing permit.
  • Operator Requirements:
    • Part 135 flights requires a Charter Permit for entry. Please see attached documents required to obtain this permit. Crew/ Pax Passport information required: Names/ DOB/ Nationalities/ Issuance and Expiry dates/ Crew licenses and medical certificates required. (Forms attached).
    • Part 91 flights requires a flight Authorization for entry. Please see attached documents required to obtain this permit. Crew/ Pax Passport information required: Names/ DOB/ Nationalities/ Issuance and Expiry dates/ Crew licenses and medical certificates required. Forms attached.
  • In regards to COVID restrictions, crew/paxs are restricted to the resilient corridor and COVID approved attractions.
  • The resilient corridor include the coastline from Negril to Port Antonio (North Coast Corridor) and Milk River to Negril (South Coast Corridor)
  • Passengers on corporate business is required to do a COVID 19 test on arrival.
  • Currently vaccinated passengers are not exempt COVID 19 restrictions in Jamaica. 
  • Until September 17, 2021, a person who is not a citizen of Jamaica, and has been in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, India or Trinidad & Tobago within 14 days of their intended date of entry, will not be approved for travel.
  • Non Nationals will be subject to the same screening and risk assessment protocols as nationals
  • Handling request required all flights, whether part 91, 135, medevac or fuel stops are now required to obtain a landing permit 72 hours prior to schedule arrival
  • Emergency landings will be accommodated.
  • For arrival into Jamaica a permit is required
  • All international flights are allowed 91 and 135 and required to obtain a landing permit 72 hours prior to schedule arrival
  • Requirements for Entry to Jamaica 
    • A person who, during the period August 11, 2021 to August 31, 2021, seeks to enter Jamaica, shall:
      • If the person is ordinarily resident in Jamaica, complete, through the website https://jamcovid19.moh.gov.jm/, the relevant application for entry; or 
      • If the person is not ordinarily resident in Jamaica – 
        • Complete, through the website https://www.visitjamaica.com, the relevant application for entry; and
        • comply with all applicable provisions of the Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Act and the Aliens Act.
      • In paragraphs 3., 4., 5., 6. And 7., “ordinarily  resident in Jamaica” means resident in Jamaica for a continuous period of not less than six months in a calendar year
  • A Medical Officer (Health), Medical Officer or public health officer shall, in respect of a person who applies under sub-paragraph (1) to enter Jamaica, conduct a health and risk assessment including: 
    • a temperature check;
    • Observation for symptoms of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19);
    • Taking into account whether the occupation of the person creates a heightened risk of exposure to the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19); and
    • Taking into account the countries visited by the person during the period of six weeks immediately before the date of the application and any other relevant health factors and determine whether or not the person poses a high risk for the transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19). 
  • During the period from August 11 2021 to August 31, 2021, each person who enters Jamaica shall be given information about the protocols that the person shall follow in order to minimize the risk of transmission of the SARS – CoV-2 (Coronavirus COVID-19). 
  • Notwithstanding anything in paragraphs 4 to 7, a person permitted to enter Jamaica under any of those paragraphs shall be permitted to leave Jamaica during the period from August 11, 2021, to August 31, 2021.
  • The provisions of sub-paragraph (2) and paragraphs 4, 5, 6 and 7 shall not apply to airline crew, but a member of airline crew, who is landed in Jamaica, shall for the duration of that member’s stay in Jamaica, remain at an abode or place of residence (including the yard).
  • PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE BELOW PROCEDURES EXPLAINED AT THE DOCUMENT NAME AMENDED INSTRUCTIONS ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT REGARDING JAMAICA TRAVEL ENTRY PROTOCOLS: COVID-19 (ATTACHED)
    • Procedure For Entry of Persons Ordinarily Resident in Jamaica 
    • Procedure Following Risk Assessment of Person Who is Not Ordinarily Resident in Jamaica, Visiting as a Tourist in the Resilient Corridor
    • Procedure Following Risk Assessment of Person Who is Not Ordinarily Resident in Jamaica, Visiting for Business Purposes
    • Procedure Following Risk Assessment of Person Who is Not Ordinarily Resident in Jamaica, Visiting Other Than as Tourist staying in the Resilient Corridor and Other Than for Business Purposes
    • Special Restrictions Regarding Travel from a Territory to Which This Paragraph Applies Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago and India)
    • Electronic Monitoring 
    • Directions To Persons With COVID-19 Illness or Symptoms 
    • Resilient Corridor (Description Part I)
    • Resilient Corridor – Description Part II
  • All travelers to Jamaica,12 years of age and over, regardless of nationality, will be required to present a negative COVID-19 molecular (PCR, NAAT, RNA) or Antigen test result to check in for a flight to Jamaica
  • For travel after March 10,2021 the date of the sample collection must be within 3 days of the travel date. Example: For a travel on March 15, the earliest test sample may be collected is March 12. Use the  Test Date Calculator.
  • The test must be conducted by a medical laboratory with either of the following credentials:
    • Accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP)
    • Registered by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)
    • ISO 15189 certification
  • See the Full COVID-19 test requirements here
  • Before travel to Jamaica, take the time to know the risk management initiatives and applicable quarantine orders that form part of the controlled Entry Program and how they will impact your visit.
  • ALL PASSENGERS AND CREW MUST WEAR A FACE MASK AT ALL TIME DURING STAY AT THE AIRPORT

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical Stops are allowed with the respective prior authorization crew can deplane to supervise the Fuel load and can go inside the terminal for clearing Immigration, Customs and use the restrooms no foreign crews are allowed to leave airport facilities at all. 
  • CREW ARE NOT REQUIERED THE PCR TEST IF ITS ONLY A TOUCH AND GO 

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • ALL Jamaicans and visitors Citizens must observe the quarantine accordingly to the Health Authorities directives.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • September 17th, 2021

 

Any other pertinent information

 

NO NOTAMS FOUND RELATED TO COVID 19 

Martinique - Open with Restrictions - 02/11/2021

MARTINIQUE

Last Updated: 02/11/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Within the framework of the restrictions linked to Covid 19, the conditions put in place by the Government remain the same.
  • Authorized flights:
    • Medical Flight
    • Specific Cargo
    • Diplomatic
    • Business flights
    • Refueling stop
    • Family reunification

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Only for crews:
    • No Covid test required
    • Overnight 48 Hours maximum allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • PASSENGERS WHO CAN NOT PRESENT THE RESULT OF THE REQUIRED BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION MAY BE REFUSED UPON BOARDING OR ENTRY INTO THE NATIONAL TERRITORY OR BE PRESCRIBED A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE UPON ARRIVAL
  • FOR PERSONS ARRIVING FROM A FOREIGN COUNTRY, A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE SHALL BE PRESCRIBED UPON ARRIVAL IN MARTINIQUE IF THOSE PERSONS SHOW SYMPTOMS OF A COVID-19 INFECTION
  • Only for crews:
    • No quarantine

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • We have no information on the duration of the restriction or reassessed.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS
A0196/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1436N06100W005 A) TFFF PART 1 OF 4 B) 2102020226 C) 2102282359 E) COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS I - FRANCE MAINTAINS CONTROLS AT ITS BORDERS AND RESTRICTS TRAVEL, IN ACCORDANCE WITH DECREE 2020-1310 DATED 29 OCTOBER 2020 MODIFIED AND THE PRIME MINISTER INSTRUCTION N.6239/SG DATED 29 DECEMBER 2020. II - TRAVEL TO AND FROM GUADELOUPE, FRENCH GUIANA, MARTINIQUE, SAINT-BARTHELEMY, SAINT-MARTIN SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED FOR AN IMPERIOUS PERSONAL OR FAMILY REASON, AN EMERGENCY HEALTH REASON OR A PROFESSIONAL REASON THAT CANNOT BE DEFERRED. THE LIST OF ACCEPTABLE REASONS FOR TRAVEL ARE GIVEN IN A DEROGATORY TRAVEL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL ARE REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO BOARD - EXCEPT FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELLING BETWEEN MARTINIQUE AND GUADELOUPE. END PART 1 OF 4

A0196/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1436N06100W005 A) TFFF PART 2 OF 4 B) 2102020226 C) 2102282359 E) III - PASSENGERS AGED ELEVEN YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELLING TO MARTINIQUE EXCEPT THOSE FROM GUADELOUPE PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. PASSENGERS WHO CAN NOT PRESENT THE RESULT OF THE REQUIRED BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION MAY BE REFUSED UPON BOARDING OR ENTRY INTO THE NATIONAL TERRITORY OR BE PRESCRIBED A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE UPON ARRIVAL. IV - PASSENGERS TRAVELLING TO MARTINIQUE FROM A FOREIGN COUNTRY PRESENT, BEFORE BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING: - THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. - IF THEY TRAVEL FROM A FOREIGN COUNTRY THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND, IF AGED ELEVEN YEARS OR OLDER, CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD EXCEPT PASSENGERS FROM GUADELOUPE. FOR MINORS THE SWORN STATEMENT CAN BE SIGNED BY THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE. END PART 2 OF 4 

A0196/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1436N06100W005 A) TFFF PART 3 OF 4 B) 2102020226 C) 2102282359 E) V - PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPH II TO IV DO NOT APPLY TO: - CREW MEMBERS OR PERSONNEL NECESSARY FOR OPERATION OF PASSENGER OR CARGO FLIGHTS OR TRAVELLING AS PASSENGERS TO OR FROM THEIR DEPARTURE BASE. - MEMBERS OF DELEGATION ON OFFICIAL MISSION, DIPLOMATIC MISSION STAFF OR INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION STAFF WITH HEADQUARTERS OR OFFICES LOCATED IN FRANCE AS WELL AS THEIR SPOUSE AND CHILDREN. PASSENGERS MAY BE AUTHORISED TO DEROGATE FROM THE PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPH IV IF THEY PRESENT A PERMIT ISSUED BY THE MARTINICAN PREFECTURE. VI - FOR PERSONS ARRIVING FROM A FOREIGN COUNTRY, A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE SHALL BE PRESCRIBED UPON ARRIVAL IN MARTINIQUE IF THOSE PERSONS SHOW SYMPTOMS OF A COVID-19 INFECTION. TRAVEL TO MARTINIQUE MAY BE SUBJECT TO LOCAL ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS OR ADAPTATIONS WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS TERRITORIES AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES WEBSITES). END PART 3 OF 4 

A0196/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1436N06100W005 A) TFFF PART 4 OF 4 B) 2102020226 C) 2102282359 E) VII - PASSENGERS PRESENT TO THE AIR CARRIER, BEFORE BOARDING, ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THEIR TRAVEL. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL RESULT IN BOARDING DENIAL BY THE AIR CARRIER. VIII - THE LIST OF ACCEPTED BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF HEALTH WEBSITE). IX - AIR CARRIERS SHALL INFORM THEIR PASSENGERS OF THE PROVISIONS REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPHS II TO VIII AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BEFORE THE FLIGHT. X - AIR CARRIERS INFORM PASSENGERS ON BOARD BY SOUND ANNOUNCEMENTS ABOUT THE ISOLATION MEASURES UPON ARRIVAL FOR THE FLIGHTS CONCERNED END PART 4 OF 4

Mexico - Open with Restrictions - 09/03/2021

Mexico

DATE:        September 03, 2021

Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions UFN

Status:    Open with Restrictions

New Health Form 2021 | Traveler Questionarre Inbound | Health Measures COVID-19 | COVID | Passenger Locator Form

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • There are no restrictions other than a physical health test on arrival (temperature and symptoms) and a health questionnaire (It must be filled and delivered on arrival and departure for each people on-board – crew & pax).

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • No Restrictions

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Not required for entrance to Mexico

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • There are no restrictions

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • There are available laboratories for applying this test, however, PCR is not a requirement for entrance to Mexico. Nevertheless, per US regulation you will need a PCR test or antigens to return to the US. I have included a list of places where you can apply the COVID test, including cost.
  • COVID regulations in Mexico applies for all flights. Landing permits is required for all flights.  
  • If it is mandatory for passengers and crew to present a negative PCR TEST for entering the country?   No for entrance in Mexico
  • If it is able to present a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, either one or two doses according to the vaccine type? Yes, you can present it, however, it is not required
  • In conclusion; there are no further restrictions (at the moment) than a physical health test on arrival (temperature and symptoms) and the attached health questionnaires (both of them must be filled and delivered on arrival and departure for each people onboard must be filed on line in the QR code, 12 hours prior arrival/departure by all people on board), – crew & pax).  We are also attaching a Health measures document for your knowledge.
  • COVID-19 Health Requirements While in Mexico
  • All visitors must abide by the following COVID-19 health requirements while in Mexico:
  • Each individual state has its own health protocols including the mandatory use of masks and proper social distancing.

 

NO NOTAMS RELATED TO COVID19

Netherland Antilles

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES

 

Date:                     12/01/2020

Subject:               Latest Country Restrictions through  January 15 2021

Risk Classification of Countries & Territories with regards to COVID-19 as of October 23 2020 

The-new-normal-at-Curacao-International-Airport

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • All restrictions were extended for now till 15 JAN 2021
  • RESTRICTIONS WILL DEPEND UPON THE COUNTRY YOU ARE TRAVELING FROM. TJERE ARE 3 LISTS OF COUNTRIES. LOW RISK/ MEDIUM RISK / HIGH RISK. THE FIRST 2 ARE LISTED BELOW. HIGH RISK IS WHATEVER IS NOT ON THE OTHER LISTS. 
  • The only change there is with last time is the country risk list which is added below and also is in Notam 4 of 5.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

 

  • TECHNICAL REFUELING WITHOUT DISEMBARKATION IS ALLOWED. CREW REST WILL REQUIRE MANDATORY QUARANTINE DEPENDING ON THE COUNTRY OF ARRIVAL. 

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • FOR HIGH RISK COUNTRIES UP TO 14 DAYS IN A GOVERNMENT APPOINTED FACILITY. 

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  •  RE-EVALUATED 15 January 2021

 

Any other pertinent information

  •  ADDITIONAL 2 THE MEDIUM RISK LIST BELOW MUST BE ADDED THE STATES : NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY AND CONNECTICUT AND ALSO CANADA. MEDIUM RISK COUNTRY WILL REQUIRE A NEGATIVE RESULT PCR TEST UPON ARRIVAL. 
  • Please review our other restrictions and information below :
    • For all medevac, private and corporate flights a landing permit is required. This has to be done directly from the owner/operator to our civil aviation authority. These are the email addresses:
    •  2) Attached please find a list with countries allowed to enter Curacao when you are arriving from these countries.
      • Countries in the green column(Low Risk): Passengers will have to be in that country for 14 days or more. If that is the case passenger will have to go to www.dicardcuracao.com to fill in PLC and/or edcard(truthfully) for the entry into Curacao with a hardcopy of forms filled.
      • Countries in Orange column(Medium Risk) also will have to perform a PCR test no more than 72 hours before travel. And can travel with a negative result. Also pax will have to go towww.dicardcuracao.com to fill in PLC and/or edcard(truthfully) for the entry into Curacao with a hardcopy of all forms filled.
      • Countries not on the lists(High Risk): Will have to go to the following website www.gobiernu.cw/reisverificatie to request entry permit into Curacao. And will most likely be going to quarantine for 14 days without physical contact with anybody at a location appointed by the government.

 

NOTAMS

 A0602/20 NOTAMR A0597/20 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC B) 2010170020 C) 2101160359 E) PART 1 OF 5 IN ORD TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF THE PANDEMIC OUTBREAK OF COVID-19, THE GOV OF CUR IS PROHIBITING ALL CIVIL PAX ACFT FM ENTRY INTO TNCC ORIGINATING FM ALL COUNTRIES. EXEMPTED ARE RESIDENTS OF CUR APV BY THE GOV OF CUR, CARGO FLTS, REPATRIATION FLTS, MEDICAL STAFF IN THE INTEREST OF PUBLIC HEALTH, OTHER PERSONS SPECIFICALLY APV BY THE GOV OF CUR, DUTY AIRLINE CREW, STATE ACFT WITH DIPLOMATIC CLR, TECHNICAL/FUEL STOPS WO DISEMBARKATION, MEDICAL EMERG FLTS WITH AUTH OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF THE GOV OF CUR, ACFT IN STATE OF EMERG, TRANSIT/TRANSFER FLTS. NO RESTRICTIONS FOR OVERFLIGHTS. THE EXEMPTION MUST BE INDICATED IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLT PLN FOR INBD/OUBD FLT TO/FM TNCC. PAX IN TRANSIT SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO DISEMBARK EXC TRANSIT AND TRANSFER PAX FROM LOW AND MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES(SEE PART 4 OF 5)FACE MASK AND SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIRED. TRANSFER PAX ARE ALLOWED WING TO WING TRANSFER IN STRICT CDN WITH AP AUTHORITY,24 HR PPR. FOR FURTHER DETAILS SEE CCAA DIRECTIVE CURCW/20/138-11 DATED 15 OCT 2020 AVBL FOR DOWNLOAD AT HTTP://WWW.CCAA.CW/UPDATES/DIRECTIVE-138-11-RISK-CLASSIFICATION-OF -COUNTRIES-AND-TERRITORIES-COVID-19 FOR PART 2 OF 5 REF TO NOTAM A0603/20.
 

A0603/20 NOTAMR A0598/20 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC B) 2010170020 C) 2101160359 E) PART 2 OF 5 CONTINUATION OF NOTAM A00602/20 CREW MEMBERS DISEMBARKING SHALL UNDERGO MANDATORY QUARANTINE DURING REST PERIOD AT THE HOTEL PREMISES OR IN UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES UP TO A PERIOD OF MAX 14 DAYS. ALL INBD PAX SHALL BE SUBJ TO A MANDATORY QUARANTINE OF 14 DAYS UPON ARR AT A LOCATION INDICATED BY THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF THE GOV OF CURACAO, EXC PAX FM LOW AND MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES (SEE PART 4 OF 5). THESE PAX ARE EXEMPTED UNDER THE FLW CONDITIONS: PAX HAVE NOT BEEN IN A COVID-19 HIGH RISK COUNTRY IN THE PREVIOUS 14 DAYS, A HEALTH DECLARATION FORM NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED ONLINE AT HTTPS://DICARDCURACAO.COM/PORTAL, PAX DO NOT SHOW ANY COVID-19 SYMPTOMS, PAX HAVE NOT BEEN IN CONTACT WITH ANYONE COVID-19 POSITIVE IN THE PREVIOUS 14 DAYS. AIR OPERATORS OF PAX ACFT LDG IN TNCC AS AN ALTN AD ARE SUBJ TO MANDATORY STRICT QUARANTINE, IF OVERNIGHT IS REQUIRED, EXC FLT ORG FROM LOW AND MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES (SEE PART 4 OF 5). FOR PART 3 OF 5 REFER TO NOTAM A0604/20
 

A0604/20 NOTAMR A0599/20 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC B) 2010170020 C) 2101160359 E) PART 3 OF 5 CONTINUATION OF NOTAM A0603/20. AS OF 01 JULY 2020, PAX INBD FM MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES (SEE PART 4 OF 5) MAY ENTER CURACAO UNDER THE FLW CONDITIONS: PAX MUST TAKE A COVID-19 PCR TEST WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS BFR TRAVELLING TO CURACAO AND SUBMIT ONLINE AT HTTPS://DICARDCURACAO.COM/PORTAL BFR THE FLT. TO ALLOW BOARDING, THE PCR TEST MUST INDICATE A NEGATIVE RESULT. A HARD COPY MUST BE PRESENTED AT IMG UPON ARR. A PUBLIC HEALTH PASSENGER LOCATOR CARD MUST BE CMPL AND SUBMITTED ONLINE AT HTTPS://DICARDCURACAO.COM/PORTAL BFR THE FLT. A HARD COPY MUST BE PRESENTED AT IMG UPON ARR. EXEMPTED FROM MANDATORY QUARANTINE ARE PAX WHO HAVE NOT BEEN IN A COVID-19 HIGH RISK COUNTRY WITH WIDESPREAD INFECTIONS IN THE PREVIOUS 14 DAYS, PAX DO NOT SHOW ANY COVID-19 SYMPTOMS, PAX WHO HAVE NOT BEEN IN CTC WITH ANYONE COVID-19 POSITIVE IN THE PREVIOUS 14 DAYS. FOR PART 4 OF 5 REFER TO NOTAM A0605/20.
 

 

A0605/20 NOTAMR A0600/20 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC B) 2010170020 C) 2101160359 E) PART 4 OF 5 CONTINUATION OF NOTAM A0604/20. MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES OR TERRITORIES: ARUBA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, CANADA, CHINA, CUBA, DENMARK, FINLAND, FRENCH GUYANA, GERMANY, GREECE, GUYANA, HONG KONG, HUNGARY, INDIA, ITALY, JAMAICA, MOROCCO, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, POLAND, SAINT BARTHELEMY, SINT MAARTEN, SURINAME, SWEDEN, TAIWAN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, TURKEY, TURKS AND CAICOS, URUGUAY, USA TRI-STATE AREA (NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, CONNECTICUT), USA FLORIDA. LOW RISK COUNTRIES OR TERRITORIES: ANGUILLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, BARBADOS, BERMUDA, BONAIRE, CAYMAN ISLANDS, DOMINICA, GRENADA, MONTSERRAT, SABA, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS, SAINT LUCIA, ST. EUSTATIUS, ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS. FOR PART 5 OF 5 REFER TO NOTAM A0606/20.
 

A0606/20 NOTAMR A0601/20 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC B) 2010170020 C) 2101160359 E) PART 5 OF 5 CONTINUATION OF NOTAM A0605/20. MANDATORY QUARANTINE AT OWN EXPENSE MAY BE HELD AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE INBD PAX INSTEAD OF AN INDICATED SEPARATE LOCATION IN THE FLW CASES: A. RESIDENTS OF CURACAO B. PERSONS FM CURACAO WHO ARE STUDYING ABROAD AND WHO ARE IN DIRE CIRCUMSTANCES C. PERSONS FM THE CARIBBEAN PART OF THE KINGDOM WHO ARR FOR STUDIES IN CURACAO D. PERSONS FM THE CARIBBEAN PART OF THE KINGDOM WHO WISH TO SETTLE PERMANENTLY IN CURACAO AND WHO HAVE DEREGISTERED FROM THE CIVIL REGISTRY OF THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE E. VITAL CONSULATE PERSONNEL F. PERSONS WHO WISH TO RESIDE IN CURACAO FOR A LENGTHY PERIOD OF AT LEAST 3 MONTHS IN THEIR OWN HOME OR TEMPORARY RESIDENCE.
 

A0694/20 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06858W005 A) TNCC B) 2011222245 C) 2101160200 D) 1000-0200 UTC E) TNCC TERMINAL WILL BE OPEN FOR COMMERCIAL FLTS PAX SER BTN 1000 AND 0200 UTC. FOR COOR CALL AD OPS +5999 8391030/1032.
 

A0575/20 NOTAMR A0524/20 Q) TNCF/QPLLT/IV/M/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC B) 2009301833 C) 2012301800 E) FPL LTD UFN. AS A PREVENTIVE MEASURE IN ORD TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF THE PANDEMIC OUTBREAK OF THE COVID-19. PHYSICAL FPL WILL NOT BE ACPT AT THE AIS/ARO OFFICE AT PMB-06 HATO CURACAO.USERS ARE REQ TO SEND THE ICAO FPL FORM OF DC-ANSP AND ALL OTHER ARO RELATED INQUIRIES VIA EMAIL TO OPSAIM(A)DC-ANSP.ORG CONFIRM OF RECEIPT BY CALLING AIS/ARO OFFICE AT +5999-839-3552 MUST BE CARRIED OUT AT ALL TIMES.THE DOWNLOADABLE PDF FPL FORM IS LCA ON OUR WEBSITE WWW.DC-ANSP.ORG -CHOOSE: LINK AIS -> LINK FPL BRIEFING -> LINK FLIGHT PLAN SR/SS. PROC FOR FPL MEANT FOR SAR, LOCAL FLT AND SPECIAL FLT REMAIN AS AGREED.
 

A0548/20 NOTAMR A0317/20 Q) TNCF/QMRLT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06858W003 A) TNCC B) 2009161645 C) 2012162200 E) DURING DARK HRS RWY LGT WILL NOT BE OPR. MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DUE COVID-19. ALL ARRIVING OR DEPARTING ACFTS NEED TO REPORT TO TWR 1 (ONE) HR IN ADVANCE. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CTC CAP OPS AT +5999 8391030
 

A0549/20 NOTAMR A0318/20 Q) TNCF/QMXLT/IV/M/A/000/999/1211N06857W003 A) TNCC B) 2009161650 C) 2012162200 E) DURING DARK HRS TWY LGT WILL NOT BE OPR. MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DUE COVID-19. ALL ARRIVING OR DEPARTING ACFTS NEED TO REPORT TO TWR 1 (ONE) HR IN ADVANCE. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CTC CAP OPS AT +5999 8391030
 

A0550/20 NOTAMR A0319/20 Q) TNCF/QMNLT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06857W003 A) TNCC B) 2009161655 C) 2012162200 E) DURING DARK HRS APN FLOOD LGT WILL NOT BE OPR. MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DUE COVID-19. ONLY ACFT STANDS 5, 6 AND CARGO STANDS 12, 13 AND 14 WILL BE ILLUMINATED. ALL ARRIVING OR DEPARTING ACFTS NEED TO REPORT TO TWR 1 (ONE) HR IN ADVANCE. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CTC CAP OPS AT +5999 8391030
 

A0707/20 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QFFCG/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06857W003 A) TNCC B) 2011260045 C) 2012061000 D) 0200 - 1000 UTC E) RFFS NOT AVBL BTN 0200 - 1000Z EXEMPTION WILL BE MADE FOR MEDEVAC WITH 1 HRS PRE NOTIFICATION. FOR MIL, COAST GUARD AND SAR WILL BE HANDLED BY FOL RFFS. FOR COOR CALL AD OPS +5999 8391030/1032 OR +5999 5121170
 

A0704/20 NOTAMR A0584/20 Q) TNCF/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06858W003 A) TNCC B) 2011260005 C) 2012060200 D) DLY BTN 10:00-02:00 E) AD OPR HRS FOR ALL COMMERCIAL PAX FLTS, CHARTERS, GEN AV, CARGO AND MAIL WILL BE OPEN FOR PAX SER BTN 1000 AND 0200 UTC. EXEMTION WILL BE MADE FOR MEDEVAC WITH 1 HRS PRE NOTIFICATION. EXEMPTION WILL BE MADE FOR MIL, COAST GUARD AND SAR FLIGHTS. FLIGHTS OUTSIDE THE AD OPR HRS SHALL NOT USE TNCC AP AS ALTN AD. FOR COOR CALL AD OPS +5999 8391030 OR +5999 5121170 THESE OPR HRS SUPERSEDE TNCC AD 2.3 IN THE DUTCH CARIBBEAN AIP UFN.
 

 

USEFUL LINKS
https://bit.ly/curaco-protocols
https://gobiernu.cw/corona-virus-english-updates/
https://dicardcuracao.com/portal
https://gobiernu.cw/corona-travel-to-curacao/
https://www.curacaotouristboard.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/The-new-normal-at-Curacao-International-Airport.pdf
https://www.curacao.com/en/questions/health-and-vaccinations/response-to-novel-coronavirus-covid-19

Nicargua - Open with Restrictions - 09/03/2021

NICARAGUA

Date:          September 03, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with restrictions 

COVID 19:  Test Procedures (07/2021)

 

Business Flight Restrictions           

  • Guidelines to be able to enter the country
  • With the COVID regulations implemented all flights into Nicaragua still needs a landing permit
    • Yes! The landing permit must be submitted 48 hours prior to arrival along with all the requirements
    • COVID tests and aircraft fumigation certificates need to be sent in advance to obtain the landing permit (48 hrs prior to arrival). Hard copy of both needs to be brought.
    • Present to the time of entry a NEGATIVE certificate of the COVID 19 SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST (Issued 72 working hrs prior to arrival) This applies for CREW & PASSENGERS
    • test Fumigation / Disinfection of the aircraft
  • Please see below and attached the landing permit requirements.
  • AIRCRAFT
    • Certificate of Airworthiness
    • Certificate of Registration
    • Certificate of Insurance
    • Sanitation certificate (Issued 72 working hrs prior to arrival)
    • Full itinerary
  • CREW
    • Scanned copy of Passport
    • License
    • Current Medical Certificate
    • SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST  (sample collection 72 hours prior to arrival). 
  • PAX
    • Scanned copy of Passport
    • SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST (sample collection 72 hours prior to arrival).
    • Local Party Contact 
  • COVID tests and aircraft fumigation certificates need to be sent in advance to obtain the landing permit (48 hrs prior to arrival). Hard copy of both needs to be brought. SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST. This applies for CREW & PASSENGERS
  • OUTBOUND COVID TEST
    • In Nicaragua, this test is carried out by the Ministry of Health (MINSA) at the Conchita Palacios campus (located about 20 minutes from MNMG). At the moment, the government is the only provider of this service. attached the procedure that is followed and the price.

 

Technical Refueling /Crew Rest flight restrictions  

  • Present to the time of entry a NEGATIVE certificate of the COVID 19 SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST (Issued 72 working hrs prior to arrival). This applies for CREW & PASSENGERS

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • No need to quarantine

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • Per conversation with Local Handler he mentioned there is no date provided the best practice it is to check before each trip with the local handler

 

Any other pertinent information. 

  • IGA IS REQUESTED WITH 72 HOUR OF ANTICIPATION COPIES OF THE CREWS AND PASSANGERS PASSPORT PLUS TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION OF THE ACFT FOR AUTORIZATION PROCESS
  • INTL A.C. SANDINO AIRPORT OPERATING 24 HOURS COMPENDING WITH THE PROVISION AND MEASURES ESTABLISHED BY THE OMS AND ICAO THE FACING THE COVID-19.THEY MUST ALSO COMPLY WITH THE PUBLIC HEALTH REQUERIMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE OF NICARAGUA.
  • 1. Passengers arriving from Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, China (People's Rep.), Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Korea (Dem. People's Rep.), Korea (Rep.), Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People's Dem. Rep., Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Marshall Isl., Mauritania, Mauritius, Micronesia (Federated States), Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Qatar, Russian Fed., Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Solomon Isl., Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Viet Nam, Yemen, Zambia or Zimbabwe must present to the airline and upon arrival a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result. The test must have been taken at most 96 hours before arrival.
  • 2. Passengers must present to the airline and upon arrival a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before arrival.
    • This does not apply to passengers arriving from Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, China (People's Rep.), Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Korea (Dem. People's Rep.), Korea (Rep.), Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People's Dem. Rep., Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Marshall Isl., Mauritania, Mauritius, Micronesia (Federated States), Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Qatar, Russian Fed., Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Solomon Isl., Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Viet Nam, Yemen, Zambia or Zimbabwe. 
  • 3. Airline crew must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before arrival.
  • 4. Passengers with a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result are allowed to transit. They are subject to contact tracing by the Health Authorities for 14 days and must not have respiratory symptoms.


NOTAMS RELATED TO COVID 19 FOUND

A0816/21 NOTAMN Q) MHCC/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1208N08610W005 A) MNMG B) 2105140000 C) 2108142359 E) AD INTL A.C. SANDINO AIRPORT OPERATING 24 HOURS COMPENDING WITH THE PROVISION AND MAESURES ESTABLISHED BY THE OMS AND THE FACING THE COVID-19

Panama - Open with Restrictions - 09/03/2021

PANAMA

Date:               September 03, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:             Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Summary of the new regulations that apply as of September 1 for commercial and private flights for crews and passengers.
  • The following guide will help you to know what requirements crew and passengers must meet when entering Panama.
  • Keep in mind that the provisions of the MINSA (Ministry of Health) change constantly so this document can be modified as necessary. 
  • Decreto Ejecutivo N°833 de 30 de agosto de 2021 https://www.gacetaoficial.gob.pa/pdfTemp/29364_A/GacetaNo_29364a_20210830.pdf
  • Vaccinated Passengers
    • All passengers with a complete vaccination scheme placed more than 14 days before their date of entry into the country
    • It is not required to present proof of COVID-19 upon entering Panama. 
    • Present vaccination card either digitally or physically. 
    • Fill out the mandatory entry form (you must bring either a printed or a clear image of the QR code that the form generates at the end) 
    • You are exempt from submitting a second test and quarantine upon arrival. 
    • Crew does not need to fill out the form 
  • NOTE: PASSENGERS UNDER 12 YEARS OLD ARE EXEMPTED 
  • Vaccinated without complete scheme or Un-vaccinated passenger
    • From Countries without epidemiological risk
      • You must present proof of COVID-19 carried out no more than 72 hours upon arrival in the country 
      • Fill out the mandatory entry form (you must bring either a printed or a clear image of the QR code that is generated at the end)       
      • You are exempt from submitting a second test and quarantine upon arrival. 
      • crew does not need to fill out the form 
    • From countries with epidemiological risk: United Kingdom, India, South Africa, South America (Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina, Paraguay, Ecuador, Guyana, Suriname) 
      • Vaccinated: Any national, resident, or foreign person from or who has stayed or traveled through countries identified by the health authority as high risk, in the last 15 days, must present
      • Negative result of the Covid-19 tests (PCR or Antigen) carried out by a certified laboratory or carried out at its cost when entering the port of entry into the country. Test no longer than 72 hours upon entering the country
      • Card or digital certification of the complete immunization scheme with vaccines endorsed by the WHO, EMA or FDA (PFIZER, ASTRAZENECA, JOHNSON & JOHNSON, SINOVAC) equal to or greater than 14 days after the application of your last dose. 
      • If you comply with the requirements above, you are exempt from quarantine and the second molecular test upon arrival in the country. 
      • Crew members from these areas must meet the same requirements as passengers. 
      • Fill out the mandatory entry form (you must bring either a printed or a clear image of the QR code that the form generates at the end)  
      • Unvaccinated: Any national, resident, or foreign person from or who has stayed or traveled through countries identified as high risk in the last 15 days, who does not have a vaccination card or incomplete immunization schedule less than 14 days after application of your last dose, 
      • The COVID-19 test must be performed at the port of entry (Molecular value $ 85.00) and comply with a 72-hour preventive quarantine at your residence if you are a national or resident, according to the criteria of the health authority; and if you are a foreigner, you must enter a surveillance hotel for non-COVID-19 travelers at your own expense. 
      • Fill out the mandatory entry form (you must bring either a printed or a clear image of the QR code that the form generates at the end) 
      • Authorized Hotels: WESTIN COSTA DEL ESTO OR PLAYA BONITA, SORTIS, THE SANTA MARIA LUXURY RESORT, BRSITOL, WYNDHAM ALBROOK MALL 
      • Does not apply to clear immigration or Customs in the FBO. 
  • Covid restrictions do not apply for technical stopovers / Fuel stop.
     

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • There are no restrictions for Tech stops or refueling.  
  • Crew are allowed to enter the country and do not require Covid test and will be checked by health officials upon arrival. 
  • If they do have a Covid test with a time frame of 15 days it can help to speed the authorization process of the flight.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • The COVID-19 test must be performed at the port of entry (Molecular value $ 85.00) and comply with a 72-hour preventive quarantine at your residence if you are a national or resident, according to the criteria of the health authority; and if you are a foreigner, you must enter a surveillance hotel for non-COVID-19 travelers at your own expense

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • At the moment, the aforementioned restrictions are maintained and are evaluated based on the status of the Virus.

 

Any other pertinent information

  • All flight needs a permit to land in Panama , even without COVID restrictions currently in place
  • In order to operate a landing permit is required which can take up to 72 hours. 
  • Usual crew and aircraft documents are needed.  
  • Passengers will not be required to quarantine if test results are negative. 
  • Passengers passports are required to obtain permits.
  • Test available on the FBO:
    • Antigen ($ 45.00, results time 20 - 35 minutes),
    • PCR ($ 95.00, results time 24 - 48 hours),
    • PCR express ($ 120.00, results time 6 - 10 hours)
  • All aircraft that enter the country, both commercial and private, currently require a landing permit, due to Covid all permits are made by Aeronautical Civil p pty , we send them all the documents requested for their authorization.
  • documents required for the process:
    • Current aircraft policy
    • Current medical certificate of both pilots
    • Crew license on both sides
    • Passenger passport
    • Certificate of registration and airworthiness of the aircraft.
    • Card or digital certification of the complete immunization scheme with vaccines endorsed by the WHO, EMA or FDA (PFIZER, ASTRAZENECA, JOHNSON & JOHNSON, SINOVAC) equal to or greater than 14 days after the application of your last dose. Or COVID-19 test (ANTIGEN or PCR) It is carried out no more than 72 hours upon entering the country

 

NO NOTAMS FOUND RELATED TO COVID 19

Paraguay - Open with Restrictions - 11/03/2021

PARAGUAY

 

Date:                November 01, 2021

Subject:                        Country Restrictions

Status:           Open

 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions

  • No CAA permit is required for foreign part 91 or 135 aircraft operators to enter the country, only a PPR for the intended AOE
  • Crew and Pax must be fully vaccinated
  • Pax must present a valid SARS CoV-2 PCR-RT test with a negative result. Test shall be administered within 72 hs of their estimated date/time of arrival in Paraguay (Crew are exempt)

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • None

 

Quarantine Requirements

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • NIL

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Pax must have a valid intl health insurance that provides full coverage while in the country.
  • Crew and Pax do require a visa to enter the country. Visas can be obtained upon arrival. Cost is approx. USD 180 per visa -amount may slightly vary depending on the exchange rate of the US Dollar/PY currency upon arrival- (we can pay for those and then bill you later).
  • The current AOEs available are SGAS and SGES. A special permission can be obtained through DINAC in order to utilize other standard AOEs as per the AIP.

Peru - Open with Restrictions - 09/27/2021

PERU

Date:          September 27, 2021
Subject:     COVID Country Restrictions

Peru Open with Restrictions.

COVID Entry Requirements

Negative PCR taken 72 hours prior to arrival + Sworn Health Declaration.
 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions

  • Arriving internationally is possible considering the present Quarantine Requirements 
  • Some cities can arrange a landing permit directly with the CAA. The rest of them must be via diplomatic channels. (Cities authorized: Guayaquil, La Paz, Quito, Bogotá, Santa Cruz, Cali, Medellín, Panama, Asunción, Montevideo, Santiago) 
  • Peruvian authorities approve landing for flights except. Brazil, South Africa and India. The landing permit will be arranged directly with the CAA.  Peruvians and resident foreigners who enter the national territory from the Republic of South Africa, or who have made a stopover in this place, will carry out mandatory quarantine at their home, lodging or other temporary isolation center for a period of fourteen (14) calendar days, counted from the arrival to the national territory. "
  • To enter in Lima, passenger must present covid PCR Test with 72 hours of validity even they are vaccinated.  
  • Also, they must fill out and sworn statement:
  • This is an entry protocol to Peru

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • All passengers arriving from Brasil, South Africa and India in Peru have to pass quarantine of 14 days from today (04JAN21), it have to be at home or hotel. In the Affidavit, you must put the address and telephone number of the place where you will be staying while you perform isolation for 14 days. The Minsa will call you every 3 days to monitor your health. After 14 days, the monitoring ends Also, health personal makes random test, if the passenger is diagnosed with covid19 symptoms, he/she to pass quarantine in the Pan-Americana Village, at south of Lima. After that, the aircraft must pass a disinfestation by the health personal, it takes around 1 hour. 
  • If you need to end the quarantine before reaching 14 days, you must pay and take an additional molecular test to discard COVID-19 on the sixth day of your arrival in the country. If your result is negative, the health authority will grant you the epidemiological discharge. Otherwise, you will enter mandatory isolation in the Pan American Village or another temporary isolation center in coordination with the health authority. About the disinfestation the health personal make it random. 
  • Crew does not need to pass through quarantine
  • Passengers have to present a PCR covid test and a sword statement.
  • The sword statement have to be fill out by passenger and crew in the following link: https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/ 
  • All other no need quarantine for passenger and crew

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • NIL

 

Any other pertinent information

  • All passenger have to present a molecular covid test with during the 72 hours prior flight. 
  • Flights from India, South Africa and Brazil are not allowed to land in Perú, except overflights.  
  • Even passengers are vaccinated, they have to present PCR covid test.
  • Laboratory info for COVID PCR tests (location/ price/ if necessary to book in advance)
  • Testing Available

Multilab (https://www.multilab.com.pe/sedes/surco?gclid=Cj0KCQiA6t6ABhDMARIsAONIYyxPA2XwVlRI5s0OvmWPEwDfSDUkhz9x9quJmTyRQrimTksgwfwIbw4aAjyWEALw_wcB
MULTILAB
Price: S/275 peruvian soles
Business Name: Laboratorios Clínicos Múltiples S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR 
Delivery in 24 hours
Address: Av. Sáenz Peña 720, Callao
Address: Av. del Ejército 480, Miraflores.
Address: Av. Javier Prado Este 2304, San Borja
Address: Av. Petit Thouars 3944, San Isidro
Phone:  +51 (1) 485-1010

SynLab (https://www.synlab.pe/panel/prueba-molecular-coronavirus-covid-19-2/
SYNLAB
Price: S/275 peruvian soles
Business Name: Synlab Perú S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 12-14 hours
Address: Avenida Comandante Espinar 500, Miraflores
Phone: +51 (1) 2035900
 
Unilab (https://unilabs.joinnus.com/
UNILABS
Price: S/275 peruvian soles
Business Name: Unilabs Pathology Diagnostics Service S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 24 hours
Address: Avenida Comandante Espinar 450, Miraflores
Address: Av. Gregorio Escobedo 612 Jesus Maria
Address: Av. Jorge Basadre 1133, San Isidro
Address: Av. Comandante Espinar 450  Miraflores
Address: Av. Horacio Urteaga 1581, Jesus Maria
Phone: +51 (1) 2220550
In case of Unilab, they have a booth at the Lima airport, but for the moment just offer Antigen Covid test with booking in advance, they inform that in the following weeks start with PCR
Now Unilabs laboratory at the airport have molecular test available 
 
 Clinica Internacional (https://www.clinicainternacional.com.pe/blog/pruebas-rapidas-moleculares-covid-asintomaticos/)

Suiza Lab (https://www.suizalab.com/)
 
Other Laboratories available:
LABORATORIOS AUNA
Price: S/350 peruvian soles
Business Name: R y R Patólogos Asociados S.A.C.-Laboratorio Auna
Test Type:  molecular-PCR 
Delivery in 18 hours
Address: Jirón las Gaviotas 207, Bellavista Callao
Phone: Teléfono: +51 (1) 204 9600
 
CENTRO MÉDICO BLAU
Price: S/350 peruvian soles
Business Name: Centro Médico Blau
Test Type:  molecular-PCR
Delivery in 24 hours
Address: Av. Faustino Sánchez Carrión 230, San Isidro
Phone: +51 (1) 6802988
 
IGENOMIX PERÚ
Price: US $ 94.40 DOLLARS
Business Name: Genomics Perú S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 24 hours
Address: Avenida del pinar 110-114 oficina 1205. Chacarilla, Surco.
Phone: +51 (1) 2670094
 
MEDICAL ROMA
Price: S/333 peruvian soles
Business Name: Medical Care Service S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 24-48 hours
Address: Ca. Los Eucaliptos, Cercado de Lima
Phone:  +51 (1) 6526328
 
YUEN LAB
Price: S/330 peruvian soles
Business Name: Laboratorios Médicos Alberto Yuen y Guillermo Ríos S.R. LTDA-Laboratorios Médicos Yuen Ríos
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 8-36 hours
Address: Jirón Pablo Bermudez, Lince,
Phone: +51 (1) 433-8085 / (1) 433-8347 / 989 014 903
 
XECUENXIA
Price: S/299 peruvian soles
Business Name: Instituto Genómica Terapias Avanzadas “Laboratorio Xecuenxia”
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 24 hours
Address: Av. Brasil 3615, Magdalena del Mar
Phone:  +51 (1) 2628604
 
LABORATORIOS BIOLINKS
Price: S/295 peruvian soles
Business Name: Bio Links S.A. Laboratorio
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 8-12 hours
Address: Av Javier Prado Oeste 844, Magdalena del Mar
Phone: +51 (1) 2614411
 
INBIOMEDIC
Price: S/280 peruvian soles
Business Name: Inbiomedic S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 12-24 hours
Address: José De la Torre Ugarte 166, Lince
Phone:  +51 (1) 2708226
 
BIOLAB & IMUNOMED
Price: S/270 peruvian soles
Business Name: Biolab & Imunomed del Perú S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 24 hours
Address: Jr. Scipin Llona Nº 180 1º Piso
Address: Calle Las Begonias Nº2664
Phone:  +51 (1) - 308 8290
 
LABORATORIO INSITEM
Price: S/239 peruvian soles
Business Name: Instituto de Investigación en Tejidos Embrionarios-INSITEM S.A.C.
Test Type: molecular-PCR
Delivery in 12-24 hours
Address: Av. Del Pinar 198 #301a, Chacarilla, Santiago de Surco.
Phone: +51 952 813 949

Puerto Rico - Open with Restrictions - 09/13/2021

PUERTO RICO

Date:        September 13, 2021
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with restrictions

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Currently crew is exempt from any Covid-19 restrictions or PCR test, they just have to fill out a form which can be found in travelsafe.pr.gov. 
  • Charter and private flights are permitted. 
  • Domestic flight:
    • Passengers must fill out the form also and if vaccinated they will have to attach the vaccination card to the form. 
    • If not, the PCR test must be taken 72 hours prior to arrival.
  • International Flight: 
    • Passengers arriving international must fill out the form and have to take the PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival even if vaccinated.
    • Note that these requirements for the passengers only applies if staying in TJSJ and not connecting with another flight.
  • To further safeguard residents and visitors, all arriving passengers must comply with the following measures before arriving in Puerto Rico:
  • TRAVELLER GUIDELINES
    • Complete the Traveler Declaration Form
      • The Puerto Rico Department of Health requires that those who visit the island complete the Traveler Declaration Form before traveling. Completing it in advance with the correct information will facilitate the airport departure process. The document is available at: https://1link.travelsafe.pr.gov/. For more information about the Department of Health's travel protocols, please call 939-592-5115 or write to [email protected]  
      • Bring proof of a negative COVID-19 test result or Vaccination Record Card*
        • Regardless of the policies or requirements of the destination in which you are traveling, we recommend that you get tested for COVID-19 at least 72 hours before traveling. If your flight originates from a US jurisdiction, you can find out where to get tested at the Department of Health's website. *In the case of domestic flights arriving in Puerto Rico, as of May 28th, 2021, the local government modified the requirements for people who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Those who show proof of vaccination will not need to bring a negative COVID-19 molecular test result when arriving on domestic flights. 
    • All passengers that are not U.S citizens or none U.S. residence coming from Europe or Brazil must remain outside of Europe and Brazil for 14 days in order to arrive to Puerto Rico
    • Flights arriving from destinations prohibited by the CDC cannot arrive into PR.

 

TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Tech stops and/or quick-turns do not need to submit any test results so long as no one is disembarking. 
  • If air crew are remaining overnight but do no stay longer than 3 days then the PCR test is not required.
  • Currently crew is exempt from any Covid-19 restrictions or PCR test, they just have to fill out a form which can be found in travelsafe.pr.gov

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS 

  • Quarantine is only required if any pax or crew display symptoms and/or do not have a pcr test upon arriving (for aircrew testing requirements please see above statement).

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • No date given
     

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

 

NO NOTAMS found related to COVID 19 at TJSJ airport neither TJZS FIR. 

Saint Lucia - Open with Restrictions - 09/23/2021

SAINT LUCIA

Last Updated: 09/23/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No Restrictions
  • AIRPORT OPERATIONAL HOURS AT TLPL IS 1200 UTC – 0000 UTC
  • Please see below requirements/ protocols for TLPL.
    • ALL PASSENGERS ENTERING TLPL 5 YEARS AND OVER MUST DO A POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) OBTAINED NO MORE THAN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS PRIOR TO PLANNED ARRIVAL INTO TLPL. Please see NOTAM attached.
    • FULLY VACINATED PASSANGERS WILL NOT REQUIRE QUARANTIN AT TLPL. A FULLY VACCINATED PASSENGER IS 1) A PERSON IS FULLY VACCINATED WHEN TWO WEEKS HAS PASSED SINCE THIS PERSON LAST RECEIVED:
      • A SINGLE-DOSE VACCINE, SUCH AS, JOHNSON AND JOHNSON. 
      • THE SECOND DOSE IN A TWO-DOSE SERIES OF ASTRAZENECA, PFIZER-BIONTECH OR MODERNA
    • PASSENGERS MUST PROVIDE COPY OF VACCINATION DOCUMENT TO BE VETTED BY PORT HEALTH PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. 
    • PASSENGERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING A PHYSCIAL COPY OF VACINATION CARD TO BE HANDED TO PORT HEALTH. 
    • ALL PASSENGERS MUST VISIT THE WEBSITE AND GO THROUGH THE PROCESS PRIOR TO ENTER TLPL. PLEASE SEE WEBSITE ….  WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19
    • PLEASE SEND HANDLING REQUEST 48 HOURS PRIOR SO THAT WE SEEK APPROVAL FOR LANDING PERMISSION.PLEASE HAVE TOWBAR/TOWBAR HEAD ON BOARD
    • FLIGHT CREW WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM TESTING REQUIREMENTS BUT WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING ON ARRIVAL. ANY CREW MEMBERS WHO ARE SYMPTOMATIC DURING SCREENING MAY BE SUBJECT TO TESTING. WHEN LAYOVER STAY IN SAINT LUCIA IS REQUIRED, FLIGHT CREW MUST USE A COVID-19 CERTIFIED PROPERTY FOR ACCOMMODATION.  NOTAM ATTACHED. 
    • ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO FOLLOW LOCAL REGULATIONS IN SAINT LUCIA,INCLUDING WEARING OF MASK IN PUBLIC PLACES, AT AIRPORTS, AND ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. 
    • PAX NEED TO COMPLETE HEALTH SCREENING QUESTIONNARE TO BE HANDED UPON ARRIVAL TO PORT HEALTH. PLEASE SEE FORM ATTACHED. 
    • PLEASE SEE A LIST OF CERTIFIED HOTELS ATTACHED
    • KK. PLEASE PROVIDE PAX NATIONALITY TO DETERMINE WHETHER VISA IS REQUIRED FOR TLPL.
  • ALL PROTOCOLS AND OTHER DETAILS ON REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO ENTRY MAY BE ACCESSED AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • No restrictions for tech stop or crew rest

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • No quarantine required for crew or pax. Movement will be limited at resort

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • NA /Accordingly to NOTAM A1466/21 December 1st, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • COVID test can be done at the airport upon arrival at the cost of $100.00usd
  • All non-schedule flights require landing permission which we apply for on your behalf as soon as we receive your flight schedule
  • It is mandatory for all arriving passengers to present a negative PCR test no older than 5 days. 
  • Crew do not have to present the PCR test but is subject to screening upon arrival.
  • If a person is vaccinated they will still need to present negative PCR test.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A2438/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL B) 2012160200 C) PERM E) DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. ALL AIRLINES, GROUND HANDLERS, AND FLIGHT CREW (INCLUDING GENERAL AVIATION OPERATORS) MUST NOTIFY ATC OF ARRIVING PASSENGERS, OR CREW, DISPLAYING SYMPTOMS OF ILLNESS OR REQUIRING MEDICAL CARE

A1466/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) AS PER STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 86C OF 2021, COVID-19 TESTING AND QUARANTINE REGULATIONS. 1) A PERSON IS FULLY VACCINATED WHEN TWO WEEKS HAVE PASSED SINCE THIS PERSON LAST RECEIVED: (A) A SINGLE-DOSE VACCINE, SUCH AS, JOHNSON AND JOHNSON, (B) THE SECOND DOSE IN A TWO-DOSE SERIES OF ASTRAZENECA, PFIZER-BIONTECH OR MODERNA, OR (C) ANOTHER COVID-19 VACCINE APPROVED BY THE MINISTER ON THE ADVICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER. 2) PURSUANT TO SECTION 3 OF THE AFOREMENTIONED STATUTORY INSTRUMENT, A NATIONAL, RESIDENT OR NON-NATIONAL ARRIVING IN SAINT LUCIA SHALL NOT BE PLACED IN QUARANTINE AT A QUARANTINE FACILITY OR AT HIS OR HER HOME, IF HE OR SHE PROVIDES DOCUMENTED PROOF OF: (A) A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS PRIOR TO DATE OF PLANNED ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA, AND (B) THAT HE OR SHE IS FULLY VACCINATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 1) ABOVE. 3) THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER IS NOT PREVENTED FROM PLACING A PERSON WHO IS FULLY VACCINATED IN QUARANTINE IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF THE PERSON OR FOR PUBLIC HEALTH. ALL ARRIVING ADULT PASSENGERS (AGE 18 YEARS AND OVER) MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. MINORS (AGE 17 YEARS AND UNDER) MUST BE INCLUDED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM OF THEIR ACCOMPANYING PARENT OR GUARDIAN. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS MUST HAVE A PRE-ARRIVAL FORM SUBMITTED ON THEIR BEHALF.

A1469/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 1 OF 3 B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) AS PER SECTION 10 OF STATUTORY INSTRUMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SAINT LUCIA, NUMBER 114 OF 2020: TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS. THE HEWANORRA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS OPEN TO REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS. FOR THE PURPOSES OF PREVENTING, CONTROLLING AND SUPPRESSING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19: 1) ALL DEPARTING PASSENGERS WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING. 2) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS WILL BE FIRST PROCESSED BY PORT HEALTH UPON ARRIVAL INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, TEMPERATURE SCREENING. 3) EFFECTIVE 01 JULY 2021, SAINT LUCIA WILL NO LONGER UPHOLD A CARIBBEAN BUBBLE. 4) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTED PROOF OF A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS PRIOR TO DATE OF PLANNED ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA. PROOF OF THE NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19, MUST BE PRESENTED PRIOR TO DEPARTURE AND UPON ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA. 5) NOTWITHSTANDING AN ARRIVING PASSENGER PRESENTING PROOF OF THE REQUIRED NEGATIVE RESULT OF A PCR TEST FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN END PART 1 OF 3 

A1469/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 2 OF 3 B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) 5 DAYS/120 HOURS OF TRAVEL TO SAINT LUCIA, A DETERMINATION CAN BE MADE UPON ARRIVAL AND BASED ON ASSESSMENT BY THE RELEVANT HEALTH AUTHORITIES THAT ANOTHER PCR TEST OF THE PASSENGER IS REQUIRED. THE ARRIVING PASSENGER WILL BE SO TESTED AND WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY FOR THE PCR TEST IN THE AMOUNT OF 270.00 XCD, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISION OF STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 118 OF 2020. 6) IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS TRANSFERRING ON THE SAME DAY WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING ON ARRIVAL. IT IS STRONGLY ADVISED THAT IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS OBTAIN A NEGATIVE PCR TEST WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS OF TRAVEL. 7) ALL ARRIVING ADULT PASSENGERS (AGE 18 YEARS AND OLDER) MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. MINORS (AGE 17 YEARS AND YOUNGER) MUST BE INCLUDED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM OF THEIR ACCOMPANYING PARENT OR GUARDIAN. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS MUST HAVE A PRE-ARRIVAL FORM SUBMITTED ON THEIR BEHALF. 8) ALL DETAILS ON THE PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE COMPLETED, INCLUDING PROOF OF NEGATIVE PCR TEST. 9) QUARANTINE SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A PERIOD OF NO LESS THAN 14 DAYS. END PART 2 OF 3
A1469/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 3 OF 3 B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) 10) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS WHO ARE NOT FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID-19, IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 86C OF 2021 (COVID-19 TESTING AND QUARANTINE REGULATIONS), SHALL BE ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID-19 APPROVED HOTEL/PROPERTY SITE OR AT A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY, AS APPROPRIATE. 11) FLIGHT CREW WILL BE EXEMPT FROM TESTING REQUIREMENTS, BUT WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING ON ARRIVAL. ANY CREW MEMBERS WHO ARE SYMPTOMATIC DURING SCREENING MAY BE SUBJECT TO TESTING. WHEN A LAYOVER STAY IN SAINT LUCIA IS REQUIRED, FLIGHT CREW MUST USE A COVID-19 CERTIFIED PROPERTY FOR ACCOMMODATION. 12) ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO FOLLOW LOCAL REGULATIONS IN SAINT LUCIA, INCLUDING WEARING OF MASKS IN PUBLIC PLACES, AT AIRPORTS, AND ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. VISITORS ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID CERTIFIED PROPERTY MUST REMAIN AT THE PROPERTY. 13) INFORMATION ABOUT SAINT LUCIA COVID-19 RESPONSE, ALL PROTOCOLS AND OTHER DETAILS ON REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO ENTRY MAY BE ACCESSED AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY MAY IMPOSE FURTHER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, IF REQUIRED. END PART 3 OF 3

A1460/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL B) 2109161200 C) 2110010000 D) DLY : 1200 - 0000 E) AD REDUCED HOURS OF OPERATION DUE TO THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC

A1465/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QSPAH/IV/BO/AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL B) 2109161200 C) 2109300000 D) DAILY: 1200-0000 E) APP HOURS OF SERVICE REDUCED DUE TO IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

A2439/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC B) 2012160200 C) PERM E) DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. ALL AIRLINES, GROUND HANDLERS, AND FLIGHT CREW (INCLUDING GENERAL AVIATION OPERATORS) MUST NOTIFY ATC OF ARRIVING PASSENGERS, OR CREW, DISPLAYING SYMPTOMS OF ILLNESS OR REQUIRING MEDICAL CARE

A1467/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) AS PER STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 86C OF 2021, COVID-19 TESTING AND QUARANTINE REGULATIONS. 1) A PERSON IS FULLY VACCINATED WHEN TWO WEEKS HAVE PASSED SINCE THIS PERSON LAST RECEIVED: (A) A SINGLE-DOSE VACCINE, SUCH AS, JOHNSON AND JOHNSON, (B) THE SECOND DOSE IN A TWO-DOSE SERIES OF ASTRAZENECA, PFIZER-BIONTECH OR MODERNA OR (C) ANOTHER COVID-19 VACCINE APPROVED BY THE MINISTER ON THE ADVICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER. 2) PURSUANT TO SECTION 3 OF THE AFOREMENTIONED STATUTORY INSTRUMENT, A NATIONAL, RESIDENT OR NON-NATIONAL ARRIVING IN SAINT LUCIA SHALL NOT BE PLACED IN QUARANTINE AT A QUARANTINE FACILITY OR AT HIS OR HER HOME, IF HE OR SHE PROVIDES DOCUMENTED PROOF OF: (A) A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS PRIOR TO DATE OF PLANNED ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA AND (B) THAT HE OR SHE IS FULLY VACCINATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 1) ABOVE. 3) THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER IS NOT PREVENTED FROM PLACING A PERSON WHO IS FULLY VACCINATED IN QUARANTINE IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF THE PERSON OR FOR PUBLIC HEALTH. ALL ARRIVING ADULT PASSENGERS (AGE 18 YEARS AND OVER) MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. MINORS (AGE 17 YEARS AND UNDER) MUST BE INCLUDED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM OF THEIR ACCOMPANYING PARENT OR GUARDIAN. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS MUST HAVE A PRE-ARRIVAL FORM SUBMITTED ON THEIR BEHALF.

A1467/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) AS PER STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 86C OF 2021, COVID-19 TESTING AND QUARANTINE REGULATIONS. 1) A PERSON IS FULLY VACCINATED WHEN TWO WEEKS HAVE PASSED SINCE THIS PERSON LAST RECEIVED: (A) A SINGLE-DOSE VACCINE, SUCH AS, JOHNSON AND JOHNSON, (B) THE SECOND DOSE IN A TWO-DOSE SERIES OF ASTRAZENECA, PFIZER-BIONTECH OR MODERNA OR (C) ANOTHER COVID-19 VACCINE APPROVED BY THE MINISTER ON THE ADVICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER. 2) PURSUANT TO SECTION 3 OF THE AFOREMENTIONED STATUTORY INSTRUMENT, A NATIONAL, RESIDENT OR NON-NATIONAL ARRIVING IN SAINT LUCIA SHALL NOT BE PLACED IN QUARANTINE AT A QUARANTINE FACILITY OR AT HIS OR HER HOME, IF HE OR SHE PROVIDES DOCUMENTED PROOF OF: (A) A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS PRIOR TO DATE OF PLANNED ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA AND (B) THAT HE OR SHE IS FULLY VACCINATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 1) ABOVE. 3) THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER IS NOT PREVENTED FROM PLACING A PERSON WHO IS FULLY VACCINATED IN QUARANTINE IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF THE PERSON OR FOR PUBLIC HEALTH. ALL ARRIVING ADULT PASSENGERS (AGE 18 YEARS AND OVER) MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. MINORS (AGE 17 YEARS AND UNDER) MUST BE INCLUDED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM OF THEIR ACCOMPANYING PARENT OR GUARDIAN. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS MUST HAVE A PRE-ARRIVAL FORM SUBMITTED ON THEIR BEHALF.

A1468/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC PART 1 OF 3 B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) AS PER SECTION 10 OF STATUTORY INSTRUMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SAINT LUCIA, NUMBER 114 OF 2020: TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS. THE GEORGE F. L. CHARLES AIRPORT IS OPEN TO REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS. FOR THE PURPOSES OF PREVENTING, CONTROLLING AND SUPPRESSING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19: 1) ALL DEPARTING PASSENGERS WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING. 2) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS WILL BE FIRST PROCESSED BY PORT HEALTH UPON ARRIVAL INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, TEMPERATURE SCREENING. 3) EFFECTIVE 01 JULY 2021, SAINT LUCIA WILL NO LONGER UPHOLD A CARIBBEAN BUBBLE. 4) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTED PROOF OF A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS PRIOR TO DATE OF PLANNED ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA. PROOF OF THE NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19, MUST BE PRESENTED PRIOR TO DEPARTURE AND UPON ARRIVAL IN SAINT LUCIA. 5) NOTWITHSTANDING AN ARRIVING PASSENGER PRESENTING PROOF OF THE REQUIRED NEGATIVE RESULT OF A PCR TEST FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN END PART 1 OF 3

A1468/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC PART 2 OF 3 B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) 5 DAYS/120 HOURS OF TRAVEL TO SAINT LUCIA, A DETERMINATION CAN BE MADE UPON ARRIVAL AND BASED ON ASSESSMENT BY THE RELEVANT HEALTH AUTHORITIES THAT ANOTHER PCR TEST OF THE PASSENGER IS REQUIRED. THE ARRIVING PASSENGER WILL BE SO TESTED AND WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY FOR THE PCR TEST IN THE AMOUNT OF 270.00 XCD, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISION OF STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 118 OF 2020. 6) IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS TRANSFERRING ON THE SAME DAY WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING ON ARRIVAL. IT IS STRONGLY ADVISED THAT IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS OBTAIN A NEGATIVE PCR TEST WITHIN 5 DAYS/120 HOURS OF TRAVEL. 7) ALL ARRIVING ADULT PASSENGERS (AGE 18 YEARS AND OLDER) MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. MINORS (AGE 17 YEARS AND YOUNGER) MUST BE INCLUDED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM OF THEIR ACCOMPANYING PARENT OR GUARDIAN. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS MUST HAVE A PRE-ARRIVAL FORM SUBMITTED ON THEIR BEHALF. 8) ALL DETAILS ON THE PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE COMPLETED, INCLUDING PROOF OF NEGATIVE PCR TEST. 9) QUARANTINE SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A PERIOD OF NO LESS THAN 14 DAYS. END PART 2 OF 3

A1468/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC PART 3 OF 3 B) 2109010400 C) 2112010359 E) 10) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS WHO ARE NOT FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID-19, IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NUMBER 86C OF 2021 (COVID-19 TESTING AND QUARANTINE REGULATIONS), SHALL BE ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID-19 APPROVED HOTEL/PROPERTY SITE OR AT A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY, AS APPROPRIATE. 11) FLIGHT CREW WILL BE EXEMPT FROM TESTING REQUIREMENTS, BUT WILL BE SUBJECT TO TEMPERATURE SCREENING ON ARRIVAL. ANY CREW MEMBERS WHO ARE SYMPTOMATIC DURING SCREENING MAY BE SUBJECT TO TESTING. WHEN A LAYOVER STAY IN SAINT LUCIA IS REQUIRED, FLIGHT CREW MUST USE A COVID-19 CERTIFIED PROPERTY FOR ACCOMMODATION. 12) ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO FOLLOW LOCAL REGULATIONS IN SAINT LUCIA, INCLUDING WEARING OF MASKS IN PUBLIC PLACES, AT AIRPORTS, AND ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. VISITORS ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID CERTIFIED PROPERTY MUST REMAIN AT THE PROPERTY. 13) INFORMATION ABOUT SAINT LUCIA COVID-19 RESPONSE, ALL PROTOCOLS AND OTHER DETAILS ON REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO ENTRY MAY BE ACCESSED AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY MAY IMPOSE FURTHER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, IF REQUIRED. END PART 3 OF 3

A1458/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC B) 2109011200 C) 2111302200 D) DLY: 1200-2200 E) AD REDUCED HOURS OF OPERATION DUE TO THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Saint Maarten - Open with Restrictions - 09/27/2021

Saint Maarten

Date:        September 27, 2021
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Allowed under restriction of entry requirements and operating times (11:00Z - 01:00Z)
  • TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS (September 17, 2021) ANNOUNCEMENT
  • As of October 1, 2021 the current banned country list will be converted into a “very high-risk” country list and the following requirements will enter into effect for this category:
    • Travelers originating from these countries must be fully vaccinated (as defined below)
    • Travelers must provide a valid proof of a neg PCR test not older than 48 hours before departure on last leg to Sint Maarten.
    • Non-vaccinated travelers must provide valid proof of a negative PCR test not older than 24 hours before departure on last leg to Sint Maarten.
  • GENERAL INFORMATION
    • Due to the COVID-19 epidemic Sint Maarten has established a mandatory health pre-authorization application through an Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) for every visitor arriving by air including transits, Sint Maarten and Saint Martin residents. Without the health pre-authorization boarding will not be possible. Be advised that processing time can take up to 12 hours. Visitors arriving on a maritime vessel please read the latest requirements here.
    • The requirements vary depending on the country risk status which can be found at the bottom of this page.
    • People are considered fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine :
      • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer, Moderna and Astrazeneca vaccines, or
      • 4 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine
      • the approved vaccines are: Comirnaty (Pfizer), Spikevax (Moderna), Vaxzevria (Astrazeneca) and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen
    • The government of Sint Maarten has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 insurance for all travelers with destination Sint Maarten with the exception of Sint Maarten residents, transit passengers departing the same day (checkbox), flight crews (checkbox), transiting cruise ship crews (checkbox), French nationals residing in France or a French territory, BES-ZVK insured (checkbox) and AUC faculty and students (special procedure). The insurance purchasing process is an integrated step in the EHAS application. Travelers requiring the COVID-19 insurance must complete this process upon application. For more information on and all questions related to the COVID-19 insurance please visit www.sxmprotectionplan.com or contact customer support at [email protected]
    • 5. The application must be completed in order to be processed. This includes proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, information on the vaccination status (including proof of completed vaccination in case fully vaccinated) and the purchase of the mandatory COVID-19 insurance in case required. Children must have the online health form filled out by their parents. Provide a working personal email address on which you are reachable.
    • 6. As of January 27, 2021, until further notice, a travel ban is in place for persons who have been the 14 days before departing to Sint Maarten in a banned country as mentioned in the “banned countries” table below. Sint Maarten/Saint Martin/Saba/St. Eustatius residents are exempted from the travel ban and should get a rt-PCR test before departure (see below). The EHAS application must be completed.
    • 7. All incoming passengers are subjected to temperature checks and other screening protocols and may be subjected to mandatory testing at their own expense. Failure to comply with the screening at the Health Check Point upon arrival will result in you not being cleared to enter St. Maarten and sent back to your originating country. If re-tested upon arrival you will be required to self-isolate or self-quarantine at your place of lodging/residence until the test results are known.
    • 8. Applicants will receive confirmation of their accepted application. Non-completed applications will be automatically deleted within a day after the provided travel date.
    • 9. If health authorization is pre-approved, you will receive a (printable) pre-authorization PDF via e-mail, which must be presented at check in and to the health and immigration authorities upon arrival. This PDF will also contain a QR code which will show the vaccination status and COVID test result when scanned. Keep the original rt-PCR or antigen test result and proof of vaccination always with you. Please check your spam/junk mail folder as well in case you haven’t received a response. If health authorization is not pre-approved, you will receive an e-mail informing you that health pre-authorization has been denied.
    • 10. As Saba has their own EHAS operational, same day transit travelers to Saba no longer need to apply in the Sint Maarten EHAS system, but only the Saba EHAS system which can be found at http://www.sabatourism.com/travel-requirements. Proof of the Saba EHAS approval must be demonstrated when transiting through Princess Juliana Airport Sint Maarten.
  • COVID-19 TEST REQUIREMENTS
    • Test requirements attached HERE
    • rt-PCR and antigen test sample for the SARS-COV-2 virus must be obtained from naso-pharyngeal swab.
    • Results from home covid-19 collection test kits will also not be accepted. Airlines might require you to show a negative lab test result.
    • The original test result to be uploaded as part of EHAS application procedure must clearly specify the name of the laboratory or clinic, full name of test subject, type of test administered, name of antigen test, swab date, source of the swab, result date and a negative result. Non-compliant test results, hand written or e-mail statements from doctors will not be accepted.
    • Airline and private flight crews with stopovers in St. Maarten or St. Martin must demonstrate a valid negative rt-PCR or antigen test upon arrival. Crew members not in possession of a valid negative rt-PCR or antigen test must self-quarantine until their departure flight.
  • CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR AND DEPARTING FROM SINT MAARTEN
    • All passengers must complete the application procedure through EHAS before departing to Sint Maarten.
    • Within 48 hours, before disembarking again in Sint Maarten at the end of the cruise, all passengers older than 10 years must have an antigen test performed by the cruise line.
    • Applying through EHAS is not necessary when returning to Sint Maarten at the end of the cruise.
    • 4. The purchase of COVID-19 insurance (see below) is mandatory when staying more than one (1) day in Sint Maarten either before or after the cruise. The insurance is only valid during the days of stay in Sint Maarten between the arrival date and return date to the country of origin.
  • SELF MONITORING
    • For travelers originating from a high-risk country, 5 consecutive days of self-monitoring of body temperature and possible flu like symptoms is mandatory. The travelers in this category will receive an automated daily email alert providing a link for submitting the required information online the first 5 days of their stay. If you are remaining for a shorter term on the island, you will have to submit the information for the time you are on the island. Temperature measuring possibilities will also be offered in the lobby in most hotels and other lodging facilities.
  • OUTBOUND TRAVELERS

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Allowed under restriction of operating times (11:00Z - 01:00Z)

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Mandated in the absence of COVID testing

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • UFN

 

Any other pertinent information.


NOTAMS

A0527/21 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1802N06306W005 A) TNCM B) 2108241422 C) 2111240359 E) UPDATED COVID-19 TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT HTTPS://STMAARTENEHAS.COM/TRAVEL-REQUIREMENTS

St. Barts - Open with Restrictions - 07/22/2021

SAINT BARTHELEMY (ST. BARTS)

Date:        July 22, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restictions
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • St Barts officially reopen for tourism on June 9
  • To Saint Barthélemy
  • Any traveler can travel without a compelling reason and undertakes to present a biological virological screening examination (PCR test) carried out less than 72 hours before boarding, not concluding that there is contamination by covid-19, or an antigen test allowing the detection of the SARS-CoV-2 N protein less than 48 hours before boarding
  • See link http://www.saint-barth-saint-martin.gouv.fr/Actualites/LA-UNE/Actualites/Evolution-des-regles-applicables-aux-passagers-a-destination-et-en-provenance-des-Outre-mer-Actualisatino-au-16-juillet-2021
  • https://www.saintbarth-tourisme.com/en/home-of-st-barts-tourism/
  • Saint Barth is Fully open for Fully Vaccinated passengers
  • Passengers may enter TNCM and transit as long as they meet the above entry requirement
  • However, Neg Covid test result is still required to enter TNCM and SBH even if fully vaccinated.) 
  • COVID-19 St.Barth Entry Protocols
  • St. Barth is open to travelers arriving from Orange and Green zones as outlined below.  Additionally, the CDC has categorized St. Barth as "Level 1" which represents the lowest risk level for Covid-19 (read CDC info here)
  • If arriving from a Green OR Orange Zone you will be required to present
  • IF YOU ARE VACCINATED:
    • Proof of vaccination (for all ages 18+)
    • A negative Covid-19 antigen test taken within 48 hours (2 days) of arrival OR a Negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours (3 days) of arrival. (for all age 10+)
  • IF YOU ARE NOT VACCINATED
    • Present a Negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours (3 days) of arrival. (for all age 10+)
    • If staying on the island 7+ days, repeat a PCR test on the 7th day after your arrival.
    • You are requested to self-quarantine for the first 7 days after arrival.
    • If staying on the island 7
  • Borders remain closed to Red Zone countries except for those with a compelling reason to enter.
  • Full details for entry procedures are outlined further down on this page.
  • Full St. Barth entry requirements for those authorized to enter
  • The following is provided for informational purposes only and is based upon information that has been made available to St. Barth Properties.  The Covid-19 situation is fluid and may vary by State and Country.  It is the responsibility of each traveler to confirm individual requirements that may be pertinent to them.
  • St. Barth (SBH) arrival: All Visitors (age 10+) are required to show a negative Covid-19 Antigen test taken within 48 hours (2 days) of their arrival OR a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours (3 days) of their arrival.
  • During your vacation, you will have unrestricted access to all public spaces, including the beautiful beaches.   Grocery stores are open, fully stocked, and accessible to all.  Food delivery from several restaurants can be arranged via DeliFoodSBH and our Concierge team remains available to assist, including arranging in-villa Private Chef services.
  • St. Barth (SBH) departure (USA Citizens): Effective January 26, 2021, all travelers (age 2+) RETURNING to the UNITED STATES from an international destination will be required to show a negative Viral Covid-19 test (PCR or Antigen) and fill out a passenger disclosure and attestation form provided by the CDC (your airline should provide this) in order to board your flight. 

 

TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
Not allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

Once on St. Barts,no quarantine or self-isolation will be necessary.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTIONS IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

None given

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION 

FOR MORE INFO CHECK WWW.INTERIEUR.GOUV.FR AND WWW.SAINT-BARTH-SAINT-MARTIN.GOUV.FR

 

NOTAM 
F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21
Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 1 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) COVID-19: PASSENGERS RESTRICTIONS I - FRANCE MAINTAINS CONTROLS AT ITS BORDERS AND RESTRICTS TRAVEL, IN ACCORDANCE WITH DECREE 2021-699 DATED 1 JUNE 2021 MODIFIED, ORDER DATED 7 JUNE 2021 MODIFIED IDENTIFYING AREAS OF SARS-COV-2 CIRCULATION, AND THE PRIME MINISTER INSTRUCTION NR6268/SG DATED 19 MAY 2021. II - DEFINITIONS 1 FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS, ARE DESIGNATED AS: - GREEN: MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, ALBANIA, ANDORRA, SAUDI ARABIA, AUSTRALIA, BOSNIA, BRUNEI, CANADA, HONG KONG, ICELAND, ISRAEL, JAPAN, KOSOVO, LIBANON, LIECHSTENSTEIN, NORTH MACEDONIA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, SAN MARINO, SERBIA, SINGAPOUR, SOUTH KOREA, SWITZERLAND, TAIWAN, THE UNITED STATES, VANUATU AND VATICAN, PART 1 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 2 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) - RED: AFGHANISTAN, SOUTH AFRICA, ARGENTINA, BANGLADESH, BOLIVIA, BRAZIL, CHILE, COLOMBIA, DEMOCATRIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, COSTA RICA, CUBA, INDIA, INDONESIA, THE MALDIVES, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, NEPAL, OMAN, PAKISTAN, PARAGUAY, RUSSIA, SEYCHELLES, SRI LANKA, SURINAM, TUNISIA, URUGUAY AND ZAMBIA, - ORANGE: COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOT DESIGNATED AS GREEN OR RED COUNTRIES. 2 FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: A COMPLETE VACCINATION IS ACQUIRED FOR VACCINES AGAINST COVID-19 WHICH HAVE RECEIVED A MARKETING AUTHORIZATION BY THE EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY OR WHOSE COMPOSITION AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS ARE RECOGNIZED AS SIMILAR TO THE AUTHORIZED VACCINES BY THE NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE SAFETY OF MEDICINES AND HEALTH PRODUCTS, AFTER A PERIOD OF: - FOR THE 'COVID-19 VACCINE JANSSEN' VACCINE, 28 DAYS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF A DOSE, - FOR OTHER VACCINES, 7 DAYS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF A SECOND DOSE, EXCEPT FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN INFECTED WITH COVID-19, FOR WHICH THE 14 DAYS PERIOD RUNS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FIRST DOSE.

PART 2 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 3 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS PRESENTING A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION SHALL ALSO APPLY TO MINOR PASSENGERS ACCOMPANYING ONE OR MORE MAJOR PASSENGERS PRESENTING SUCH PROOF. A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY CORRESPONDS TO THE PRESENTATION OF THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT MORE THAN 11 DAYS AND LESS THAN SIX MONTHS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH CONCLUDES TO A COVID -19 CONTAMINATION. III - TRAVEL TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY 1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, EXCEPT FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING FROM CYPRUS, SPAIN, GREECE, THE NETHERLANDS AND PORTUGAL FOR WHICH THE DELAY IS REDUCED TO 24 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, OR - A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY.

PART 3 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 4 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) 2 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. IV - TRAVEL BETWEEN METROPOLITAN FRANCE AND AN ORANGE COUNTRY 1 PASSENGERS AGED OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY OR TO AN ORANGE COUNTRY FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO TRAVEL FOR THE REASONS LISTED IN THE APPLICABLE INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE AIR CARRIER PRIOR TO BOARDING. 2 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19

PART 4 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 5 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM THIS DELAY IS REDUCED TO 24 HOURS. 3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, THE SWORN STATEMENT SHALL ALSO INDICATE: - THAT THEY ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD. V - TRAVEL BETWEEN METROPOLITAN FRANCE AND A RED COUNTRY 1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY OR TO A RED COUNTRY FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO TRAVEL FOR THE REASONS LISTED IN THE APPLICABLE

PART 5 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 6 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE AIR CARRIER PRIOR TO BOARDING. 2 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. THESE PROVISIONS ALSO APPLY FOR PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM A RED COUNTRY BY CONNECTING FLIGHTS, SELF-CONNECTED OR NOT. FOR ANY DIRECT FLIGHT TO THE FRENCH TERRITORY, THE AIR CARRIER CHECKS FOR THIS PURPOSE, AT THE LAST BOARDING POINT BEFORE ARRIVAL IN FRENCH TERRITORY, IF THE PASSENGER IS IN POSSESSION OF: - A RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT IN A RED COUNTRY, OR - AN EXEMPTION ISSUED BY THE FRENCH EMBASSY OR THE FRENCH CONSULATES GENERAL LOCATED IN A RED COUNTRY.

PART 6 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 7 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) IF THIS IS THE CASE, THE AIR CARRIER: - ENSURES THAT THE PASSENGER IS IN POSSESSION OF THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY FOR TRAVEL FROM A RED COUNTRY, - SIGNALS THE PASSENGER TO THE AUTHORITIES OF THE DESTINATION AIRPORT IN FRANCE. 3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, THE SWORN STATEMENT SHALL ALSO INDICATE: - THEY ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 10 DAYS QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE NOTIFIED AT THEIR ARRIVAL, PRESENTING THE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO THE AIR CARRIER.

PART 7 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 8 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) VI - A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE SHALL BE PRESCRIBED UPON ARRIVAL IN FRANCE FOR PERSONS SHOWING SYMPTOMS OF A COVID-19 INFECTION. VII - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO CORSICA: 1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER TRAVELING TO CORSICA FROM THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR - A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY. 2 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO CORSICA FROM THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY

PART 8 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB PART 9 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. VIII - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO OVERSEAS: 1 PASSENGERS TRAVELING BETWEEN OVERSEAS AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY PRESENT, PRIORI TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID 19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID 19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. 2 ANY PASSENGER : - TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING BETWEEN FRENCH POLYNESIA, FRENCH GUYANA, REUNION OR MAYOTTE AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, - FROM JULY 21 ST 2021, TRAVELING BETWEEN MARTINIQUE AND THE REST OF HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, OR

PART 9 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB

PART 10 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR - A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY. 2 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO CORSICA FROM THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT. VIII - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO OVERSEAS: 1 PASSENGERS TRAVELING BETWEEN OVERSEAS AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY PRESENT, PRIORI TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID 19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID 19 CASE WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

PART 10 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB

PART 11 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) 2 ANY PASSENGER : - TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING BETWEEN FRENCH POLYNESIA, FRENCH GUYANA, REUNION OR MAYOTTE AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, - FROM JULY 21 ST 2021, TRAVELING BETWEEN MARTINIQUE AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, - TRAVELING FROM NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS TO THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO BOARD FOR AN IMPERIOUS PERSONAL OR FAMILY REASON, AN EMERGENCY HEALTH REASON OR A PROFESSIONAL REASON THAT CANNOT BE DEFERRED. THE LIST OF ACCEPTABLE REASONS FOR TRAVEL ARE GIVEN IN A DEROGATORY TRAVEL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON TO TRAVEL ARE REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO BOARD. 3 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER

PART 11 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB

PART 12 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) - TRAVELING TO OVERSEAS FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING FROM FRENCH GUYANA, REUNION OR MAYOTTE TO THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY THAT CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION, SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING: - THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR - THE RESULT OF A TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION. 4 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING BETWEEN GUADELOUPE, MARTINIQUE, SAINT-BARTHELEMY, SAINT-MARTIN, REUNION, MAYOTTE, AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, SHALL COMMIT: - TO ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD. PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER:

PART 12 OF 14 F1165/21 NOTAMR F1138/21 Q) LFXX/QOECH/I /NBO/E /000/999/4412N00042E455 A) LFMM LFFF LFRR LFEE LFBB

PART 13 OF 14 B) 2107220938 C) 2108312359 E) - TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, - TRAVELING BETWEEN FRENCH GUYANA AND THE REST OF THE FRENCH TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, - TRAVELING TO FRENCH POLYNESIA OR SAINT-PIERRE AND MIQUELON FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION, SHALL COMMIT: - TO ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT, - TO RESPECT A 10 DAYS QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE NOTIFIED AT THEIR ARRIVAL, PRESENTING THE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO THE AIR CARRIER, AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS PERIOD. 5 TRAVEL TO OVERSEAS MAY BE SUBJECT TO LOCAL ADDITIONNAL RESTRICTIONS OR ADAPTATIONS WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET (MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS TERRITORIES AND LOCAL AUTORITIES WEBSITES). IX - PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPHS III TO VIII DO NOT APPLY TO: - CREW MEMBERS OR PERSONNELS NECESSARY FOR OPERATION OF PASSENGER OR CARGO FLIGHTS OR TRAVELLING AS PASSAGERS TO OR FROM THEIR DEPARTURE BASE, - MEMBERS OF DELEGATION ON OFFICIAL MISSION, OR DIPLOMATIC MISSION STAFF, OR INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION STAFF WITH HEADQUARTER OR OFFICES LOCATED IN FRANCE AS WELL AS THEIR SPOUSE AND CHILDREN. FOR TRAVEL FROM ABROAD, PASSENGERS MAY BE AUTHORISED TO DEROGATE FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF PRESENTING A RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL PART 13 OF 14
 

St. Kitts and Nevis - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS
 
Date:         November 08, 2021
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions/Passenger 24 Hour Mandatory Quarantine

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Travelers must have permission 3 days prior from COVID 19 Task Committee
  • Overnight travelers must be fully vaccinated to enter St. Kitts.
  • Negative PCR – 72 hours prior to arrival.
  • All Pax subject to 24 hours quarantine.
  • Crew dropping/picking up exempt from COVID protocols
  • Crew assigned hotels for overnight stays/quarantined

 
Business Flight Restrictions 

  • Kindly see below our COVID-19 Protocols and Restrictions for pax traveling to TKPK.COVID-19 RECTRICTIONS/PROTOCOLS
    • All pax/ crew traveling to TKPK are required to seek permission at least 3 days before actual arrival date from our COVID 19 Task Committee.
    • Please see website as it will guide you in accordance to you request. www.knatravelform.kn.
    • Kindly note completions of immigration and customs forms must be done via this website
    • Overnighting crew and passenger Must be FULLY vaccinated to enter TKPK and Must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR Test 72hrs before arrival. (All pax are subject to 24hrs – 1 day quarantine)
    • Crew members dropping off or picking up passengers are exempt from COVID protocols.
    • Hotel assign for crew overnighting are The Royal St. Kitts Hotel, Park Hyatt. St. Kitts, The St Kitts Marriott Hotel and The Koi Resort.
    • Reservation MUST be confirmed before filling form. Overnighting crew will be confined to their hotel and will not be allowed to venture out into the public.
    • Once approval is granted and forms are filled kindly send us a copy along with pax/crew PCR negative test before aircraft arrive. 
  • THE GOVERNMENT OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS HAS ISSUED NEW TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVELLERS.
    • ONLY FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS WILL BE ALLOWED ENTRY INTO ST. KITTS AND NEVIS WHERE THEY SHALL REMAIN IN A GOVERNMENT QUARANTINE FACILITY FOR 3 DAYS.
    • NON-VACCINATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 TRAVELLING WITH FULLY VACCINATED PARENTS OR GUARDIANS WILL BE TREATED THE SAME AS THEIR PARENTS OR GUARDIANS AND WILL QUARANTINE FOR 3 DAYS
    • EXEMPTIONS WILL BE MADE FOR CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS. UNVACCINATED RETURNING CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS WILL QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS. FURTHER INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE TOURISM WEBSITE (WWW.STKITTSTOURISM.KN/TRAVEL-REQUIREMENTS).
    • ALL OPERATORS OF INBOUND FLIGHTS SHALL ENSURE ALL PASSENGERS PRESENT A VALID NEGATIVE PCR TEST AND LETTER INDICATING THEY HAVE WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER ST. KITTS. OPERATORS SHALL ALSO INDICATE THE FOLLOWING: DATE OF FLIGHT AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION POINT OF DEPATURE PAX IN TIME OF ARRIVAL LOCAL AGENT FOR OUTBOUND FLIGHTS OPERATORS SHALL INDICATE THE FOLLOWING: DATE OF FLIGHT AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION DESTINATION TIME OF DEPARTURE PAX OUT LOCAL AGENT OPERATORS SHOULD SUBMIT FLIGHT INFORMATION 24 HOURS BEFORE FLIGHT OPERATION BY EMAIL ADDRESSED TO AIRPORTOPERATIONS(AT)SCASPA.COM
    • ST. KITTS AND NEVIS HAS ISSUED A TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR TRAVELERS FROM THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES: BRAZIL INDIA SOUTH AFRICA PERSONS FROM THE AFOREMENTIONED COUNTRIES ARE ADVISED NOT TO TRAVEL TO ST. KITTS AND NEVIS AT THIS TIME. ENTRY INTO THE FEDERATION WILL BE DENIED. CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS WHO ARE ARRIVING FROM ANY OF THESE COUNTRIES MUST PROCESS THEIR TRAVEL REQUESTS THROUGH THE ONLINE PLATFORM WWW.KNATRAVELFORM.KN AND WILL BE REQUIRED TO QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS UPON ARRIVAL, EVEN IF THEY HAVE BEEN FULLY VACCINATED FOR TWO WEEKS OR MORE PRIOR TO THEIR ARRIVAL. THE GOVERNMENT HAS ISSUED THE ADVISORY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 VARIANTS THAT HAVE ORIGINATED IN BRAZIL, INDIA, AND SOUTH AFRICA.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Is allowed
  • Overnighting crew and passenger Must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR Test 72hrs before arrival and departure.
  • Hotel assign for crew overnighting are The Royal St. Kitts Hotel, Park Hyatt. St. Kitts, The St Kitts Marriott Hotel and The Koi Resort.
  • Reservation MUST be confirmed before filling form. Overnighting crew will be confined to their hotel and will not be allowed to venture out into the public.
  • Also note crew dropping off pax and leaving the same day are exempt for COVID-19 Protocols. 

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • Overnighting crew and passenger Must be FULLY vaccinated to enter TKPK and Must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR Test 72hrs before arrival. (All pax are subject to 24hrs – 1 day quarantine)

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Passengers NOW must be fully vaccinated to get approval for entry into TKPK 

 
LATEST NOTAMS

A1701/21 NOTAMR A1474/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1719N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2110211533 C) 2201202359 E) ST. KITTS AND NEVIS HAS ISSUED A TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR TRAVELLERS FROM BRAZIL. PERSONS FROM THE AFOREMENTIONED COUNTRY ARE ADVISED NOT TO TRAVEL TO ST. KITTS AND NEVIS AT THIS TIME. ENTRY INTO THE FEDERATION WILL BE DENIED. CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS WHO ARE ARRIVING FROM BRAZIL MUST PROCESS THEIR TRAVEL REQUESTS THROUGH THE ONLINE PLATFORM WWW.KNATRAVELFORM.KN AND WILL BE REQUIRED TO QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS UPON ARRIVAL, EVEN IF THEY HAVE BEEN FULLY VACCINATED FOR TWO WEEKS OR MORE PRIOR TO THEIR ARRIVAL. THE GOVERNMENT HAS ISSUED THE ADVISORY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 VARIANTS THAT HAVE ORIGINATED IN BRAZIL.

A1673/21 NOTAMR A1214/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1719N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2110081835 C) 2201071000 E) THE GOVERNMENT OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS HAS ISSUED NEW TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS. 1. ONLY FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS WILL BE ALLOWED ENTRY INTO ST. KITTS AND NEVIS WHERE THEY SHALL REMAIN IN A GOVERNMENT APPROVED COVID-19 HOTEL OR QUARANTINE FACILITY FOR 24 HOURS. 2. NON-VACCINATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 TRAVELING WITH FULLY VACCINATED PARENTS OR GUARDIANS WILL BE TREATED THE SAME AS THEIR PARENTS OR GUARDIANS AND WILL QUARANTINE FOR 24 HOURS. 3. EXEMPTIONS WILL BE MADE FOR CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS. UNVACCINATED RETURNING CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS WILL QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS. FURTHER INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE TOURISM WEBSITE (WWW.STKITTSTOURISM.KN/TRAVEL-REQUIREMENTS).

A1593/21 NOTAMR A1026/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1719N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2109261429 C) 2112262359 E) ALL OPERATORS OF INBOUND FLIGHTS SHALL ENSURE ALL PASSENGERS PRESENT A VALID NEGATIVE PCR TEST AND LETTER INDICATING THEY HAVE WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER ST. KITTS. OPERATORS SHALL ALSO INDICATE THE FOLLOWING: DATE OF FLIGHT AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION POINT OF DEPARTURE PAX IN TIME OF ARRIVAL LOCAL AGENT FOR OUTBOUND FLIGHTS OPERATORS SHALL INDICATE THE FOLLOWING:- DATE OF FLIGHT AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION DESTINATION TIME OF DEPARTURE PAX OUT LOCAL AGENT OPERATORS SHOULD SUBMIT FLIGHT INFORMATION 24 HOURS BEFORE FLIGHT OPERATION BY EMAIL ADDRESSED TO AIRPORTOPERATIONS(AT)SCASPA.COM

A1592/21 NOTAMR A1025/21 Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1719N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2109261425 C) 2112262200 D) DLY: 1000-2200 E) AD OPR HR CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

St. Vincent and The Grenadines - Open with Restrictions - 09/21/2021

St. Vincent & The Grenadines
 
Date:                  September 21, 2021
Subject:              Latest Country Restrictions until Further Notice

Status:          Open with Restrictions

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Passengers entering or Transiting through Saint Vincent and the Grenadines must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 72 hours before arrival.
  • Passengers could be subject to a COVID-19 RT-PCR test upon arrival and quarantine
  • Complete the Pre-Arrival Form available at: www.health .gov.vc
  • PROTOCOL FOR THE ENTRY OF UNVACCINATED TRAVELERS TO ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
  • TESTING & QUARANTINE:
    • Phase #17 – Commencing Wednesday 1st September 2021
    • Travelers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines MUST ARRIVE WITH a negative SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR COVID-19 test result as per the following:
  • Very High-Risk Countries:
    • Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, South Africa, Suriname, Colombia, Belize, Mexico, India, Guyana, Panama, Argentina, Peru.
    • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than seventy-two (72) hours or three (3) days before arrival.
    • May be retested for COVID-19 (RT-PCR) on arrival in SVG.
    • MUST Mandatory quarantine for fourteen to twenty-one (14 -21) days in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/Quarantine Hotel at their cost. Must arrive with proof of the fully paid reservation.
    • MUST transfer to the Transition Hotel in an approved AIA taxi or approved vessel (plane or ferry) at own expense.
    • Must be retested on day seven (7) and day fourteen (14) of quarantine.
  • High Risk Countries:
    • British Virgin Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, , United States of America, including the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), China, United Kingdom, Grenada, Germany, St. Lucia, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Nigeria, Indonesia, Philippines, Italy, Bahamas, Canada, Turks and Caicos Islands, France (including overseas regions), Spain and Russia. 
    • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than seventy-two (72) hours or three (3) days before arrival.
    • May be retested for COVID-19 (RT-PCR) on arrival in SVG.
    • MUST Mandatory quarantine for fourteen (14) days in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/ Quarantine Hotel at their cost. Must arrive with proof of the fully paid reservation.
    • MUST transfer to the Transition Hotel in an approved AIA taxi or approved vessel (plane or ferry) at own expense.
    • Must be retested between day four (4) and day (7) of quarantine.
  • Medium Risk Countries (the country of residence will be the last country that the traveler was present in for at least 21 days):
    • Kitts Nevis, Taiwan, Barbados, Dominica, Bermuda, Antigua and Barbuda;
      • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than 72 hours before arrival.
      • May be retested on arrival in SVG.
      • MUST Mandatory quarantine for seven (7) days in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/ Quarantine Hotel at their cost.
      • Must be retested on day four (4) of quarantine.
  • Low Risk Countries (the country of residence will be the last country that the traveler was present in for at least 21 days):
    • Anguilla, Montserrat;
    • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than 72 hours before arrival.
    • Will be tested on arrival in SVG at the discretion of the Port Health Officer. 
    • No quarantine if no evidence of onboard vessel exposure and not in a high-risk occupation.
  • Resort Specific “Bubble Protocol” Hotels in SVG:
    • Resort Specific Protocols must be approved by the Health Services Subcommittee of the National Emergency Organization and bear the stamp of the NEMO.
    • Resort Specific “Bubble Protocol” Approved Hotels – Mandarin Oriental Canouan, Soho Beach House Canouan, Canouan Estates Resort and Villas, Bequia Beach Hotel, PeNt St. Vincent Island & Resort, MusNque.
    • Travelers from Brazil and South Africa must comply with the general protocol and not the resort specific bubble resort protocol.
  • Any other country not assigned to the above categories should be assumed to be high risk. 
    • High risk occupations include: 
    • Canadian Farm Workers
    • Crew members (persons coming from a sailing vessel)
    • Oil Rig workers 
    • Health Care Workers (current)
    • Prison/Detention Facility Workers.
  • PROTOCOL FOR THE ENTRY OF FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS TO ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
  • TESTING & QUARANTINE - PHASE #17 - Commencing Wednesday, September 1, 2021:
    • Where ‘Fully Vaccinated Travelers’ are those persons who:
      • Have completed a vaccination regimen with one of the following COVID-19 vaccines recognized by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment of St Vincent and the Grenadines:
      • AstraZeneca – Oxford AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), COVISHIELD, AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine by SK Bioscience;
      • Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine;
      • Moderna COVID-19 vaccine; iv. Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
      • Gamalaya (Sputnik V, Sputnik Light, Gam-Covid-Vac);
      • Cuban COVID-19 vaccine – Abdala, Soberana
      • Sinovac, Sinpharm.
    • At least two (2) weeks have passed since the last dose of a two (2) dose vaccine or the single dose of a one (1) dose vaccine;
    • Present with a vaccine certificate in English which will be validated either pre-arrival or at the point of entry by one of the following:
    • Proof of issuance from a national Public Health Organization
    • Proof of documented vaccination issued by a hospital or medical Centre.
    • Fully vaccinated travelers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines MUST ARRIVE WITH a negative SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR COVID-19 test result as per the following:
    • Very High-Risk and High-risk Countries:
      • Brazil, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Ecuador, South Africa, Suriname, Colombia, Belize, Mexico, India, Grenada, Guyana, Panama, Argentina, Peru, British Virgin Islands, United States of America, including the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), China, United Kingdom, Germany, St. Lucia, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Nigeria, Indonesia, Philippines, Italy, Bahamas, Canada, Turks and Caicos Islands, France (including overseas regions), Spain and Russia.
      • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than seventy-two (72) hours or three (3) days before arrival.
      • MUST be retested for COVID-19 (RT-PCR) on arrival in SVG.
      • MUST Mandatory quarantine for forty-eight hours (48) hours in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/Quarantine Hotel/Property at their cost to await release from quarantine by a Public Health Officer.
      • Must arrive with proof of the fully paid reservation.
      • MUST transfer to the Transition Hotel in an approved AIA taxi or approved vessel (plane or ferry) at own expense.
    • Medium Risk Countries (the country of residence will be the last country that the traveler was present in for at least 21 days):
      • St. Kitts Nevis, Taiwan, Bermuda, Dominica, Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda;
      • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than 72 hours before arrival
      • Must be retested on arrival in SVG.
      • MUST Mandatory quarantine for forty-eight (48) hours in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/Quarantine Hotel/Property at their cost to await release from quarantine by a Public Health Officer.
      • MUST transfer to the Transition Hotel in an approved AIA taxi or approved vessel (plane or ferry) at own expense.
    • Low Risk Countries (the country of residence will be the last country that the traveler was present in for at least 21 days):
      • Anguilla, Montserrat; 
      • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test done no more than 72 hours before arrival. 
      • May be tested on arrival in SVG at the discretion of the Port Health Officer. 
      • No quarantine if no evidence of onboard vessel exposure and not in a high-risk occupation.
  • Resort Specific “Bubble Protocol” Hotels in SVG:
    • Resort Specific Protocols must be approved by the Health Services Subcommittee of the National Emergency Organization and bear the stamp of the NEMO.
    • Resort Specific “Bubble Protocol” Approved Hotels – Mandarin Oriental Canouan, Soho Beach House Canouan, Canouan Estates Resort and Villas, Bequia Beach Hotel, PeNt St. Vincent Island & Resort, MusNque.
    • Travelers from Brazil and South Africa must comply with the general protocol and not the resort specific bubble resort protocol.
  • Any other country not assigned to the above categories should be assumed to be high risk.
    • High risk occupations include:
      • Canadian Farm Workers
      • Crew members (persons coming from a sailing vessel) 
      • Oil Rig workers 
      • Health Care Workers (current) 
      • Prison/Detention Facility Workers.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • MUST ADHERE TO PASSENGERS PROTOCOL HERE

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • UFN

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Accommodation for crew/ passenger for the duration of their stay
  • Full flight itinerary
  • General declarations i.e. in and outbound
  • Passenger/crew assessment form (entry only and must be completed on http://health.gov.vc/health/index.php/covid-19-protocols-documents)
  • Copy of negative COVID-19 test result (SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR) 72 hrs. before arrival.
  • Two stamped gendecs from customs where flight is origin must be provided upon arrival.
  • Aircraft must be sprayed and disinfected prior arrival and indicated on the health section of the gen dec.
  • Extracted from the attachment;
    • Travelers arriving with evidence of full vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine (at least two (2) weeks after the last dose) recognized by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment (National Regulatory Authority) shall:
    • Present with evidence of full vaccination issued by a competent authority with the required information.
    • Must arrive with a negative result of a COVID-19 (RT[1]PCR) test done no more than 72 hours before arrival.
    • Must be retested on arrival in SVG.
    • Must Mandatory quarantine for forty-eight (48) hours in a Tourism Authority/MOHWE approved Transition/Quarantine Hotel at their cost to await the result of the entry screening before discharge from quarantine
  • If Covid test are available at airport/cost/service hours for this/appointment needed or not
    • YES, IT IS POSSIBLE UPON APPOINTMENT- PAYENT MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE AND RECEIPT PRESENTED UPON ARRIVAL. COST IS AT $US40.00. 
    • IF IT’S A TEST THAT IS NEEDED FOR DAY AFTER DEPRTURE WE ADVISE THE USE OF PRIVATE LAB 
      • Name of Hospital / Lab / Facility that does the testing - Sigma Medical Laboratory Inc
      • Address for testing center - Bentick Square, Kingstown
      • Phone number for testing center - 451-10100 / 533-1011 
      • Web or email address for testing center - [email protected]
      • Type of test offered - Covid PCR
      • Delivery time of results - 24hour
      • Estimate cost - $400.00 XCD
      • Appointment booking method - Telephone, email or walk in
  • We want to ask you if With the COVID regulations implemented all flights into Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Private and /or Charter) needs a landing permit?
    • PERMISSION IS NEEDED FOR ALL FLIGHTS.
  • If it is mandatory for passengers and crew to present a negative PCR TEST for entering the country?
    • YES
  • If there are new rules for vaccinated or non- vaccinated if necessary to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate either with one or two doses according to the vaccine type plus a PCR test to enter the country?  
    • Travelers arriving with evidence of full vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine (at least two (2) weeks after the last dose) recognized by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment (National Regulatory Authority) shall:
    • Present with evidence of full vaccination issued by a competent authority with the required information.
       

NOTAMS

A1569/21 NOTAMR A1375/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 1 OF 5 B) 2109201540 C) 2110312321 E) PROTOCOL FOR THE ENTRY OF TRAVELLERS TO ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 01, 2021 1. TRAVELLERS TO ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 RT-PCR COVID-19 TEST RESULT AS PER THE FOLLOWING: A. VERY HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES: I. VENEZUELA, BRAZIL, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, ECUADOR, SOUTH AFRICA, SURINAME, COLOMBIA, BELIZE, MEXICO, INDIA, GUYANA, PANAMA, ARGENTINA, PERU. II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS OR THREE (3) DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. III. MAY BE RETESTED FOR COVID-19 (RT-PCR) ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. IV. MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR FOURTEEN TO TWENTY-ONE (14 -21) DAYS IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL AT THEIR COST. MUST ARRIVE WITH PROOF OF THE FULLY PAID RESERVATION. V. MUST TRANSFER TO THE TRANSITION HOTEL IN AN APPROVED AIA TAXI OR APPROVED VESSEL (PLANE OR FERRY) AT OWN EXPENSE. VI. MUST BE RETESTED ON DAY SEVEN (7) AND DAY FOURTEEN (14) OF QUARANTINE. B. HIGH RISK COUNTRIES: I. BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS (USVI), CHINA, UNITED KINGDOM, GRENADA, GERMANY, ST. LUCIA, JAMAICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, HAITI, CUBA, NIGERIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, ITALY, BAHAMAS, CANADA, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, FRANCE (INCLUDING OVERSEAS REGIONS), SPAIN AND RUSSIA. II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE PART 1 OF 5

A1569/21 NOTAMR A1375/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 2 OF 5 B) 2109201540 C) 2110312321 E) THAN SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS OR THREE (3) DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. III. MAY BE RETESTED FOR COVID-19 (RT-PCR) ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. IV. MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR FOURTEEN (14) DAYS IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL AT THEIR COST. MUST ARRIVE WITH PROOF OF THE FULLY PAID RESERVATION. V. MUST TRANSFER TO THE TRANSITION HOTEL IN AN APPROVED AIA TAXI OR APPROVED VESSEL (PLANE OR FERRY) AT OWN EXPENSE. VI. MUST BE RETESTED BETWEEN DAY FOUR (4) AND DAY (7) OF QUARANTINE. C. MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES (THE COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE LAST COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELLER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS): I. ST. KITTS NEVIS, TAIWAN, BARBADOS, DOMINICA, BERMUDA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA: II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. III. MAY BE RETESTED ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. IV. MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR SEVEN (7) DAYS IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL AT THEIR COST. V. MUST BE RETESTED ON DAY FOUR (4) OF QUARANTINE. D. LOW RISK COUNTRIES (THE COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE LAST COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELLER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS): I. ANGUILLA, MONTSERRAT: II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. III. MAY BE TESTED ON ARRIVAL IN SVG AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PORT HEALTH OFFICER. IV. NO QUARANTINE IF NO EVIDENCE OF ONBOARD VESSEL EXPOSURE AND NOT IN A HIGH-RISK OCCUPATION. E. PART 2 OF 5

A1569/21 NOTAMR A1375/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 3 OF 5 B) 2109201540 C) 2110312321 E) RESORT SPECIFIC BUBBLE PROTOCOL HOTELS IN SVG: I. RESORT SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE HEALTH SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION AND BEAR THE STAMP OF THE NEMO. II. RESORT SPECIFIC BUBBLE PROTOCOL APPROVED HOTELS: MANDARIN ORIENTAL CANOUAN, SOHO BEACH HOUSE CANOUAN, CANOUAN ESTATES RESORT AND VILLAS, BEQUIA BEACH HOTEL, PETIT ST. VINCENT ISLAND & RESORT, MUSTIQUE. III. TRAVELLERS FROM BRAZIL AND SOUTH AFRICA MUST COMPLY WITH THE GENERAL PROTOCOL AND NOT THE RESORT SPECIFIC BUBBLE RESORT PROTOCOL. F. ANY OTHER COUNTRY NOT ASSIGNED TO THE ABOVE CATEGORIES SHOULD BE ASSUMED TO BE HIGH RISK. G. HIGH RISK OCCUPATIONS INCLUDE: I. CANADIAN FARM WORKERS II. CREW MEMBERS (PERSONS COMING FROM A SAILING VESSEL) III. OIL RIG WORKERS IV. HEALTH CARE WORKERS (CURRENT) V. PRISON/DETENTION FACILITY WORKERS. H. FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS - SEE PROTOCOL FOR FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS. 2. IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS: A. THROUGH ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: I. MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST RESULT DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ARRIVAL. II. IF THE IN-TRANSIT PERIOD DOES NOT INCLUDE AN OVERNIGHT STAY, THAT PERIOD MUST BE SPENT AT THE ARGYLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. III. IF THE IN-TRANSIT PERIOD INCLUDES AN OVERNIGHT STAY, THAT PERIOD MUST BE SPENT IN A TA/MOHWE APPROVED HOTEL. B. TRAVELLERS INTENDING TO TRANSIT THROUGH ANOTHER COUNTRY FROM ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES ARE ADVISED TO VISIT THE COUNTRY TRAVEL WEBSITE TO DETERMINE THE PART 3 OF 5

A1569/21 NOTAMR A1375/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 4 OF 5 B) 2109201540 C) 2110312321 E) REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVEL. FOR: I. GRENADA - HTTPS://WWW.NOWGRENADA.COM/2020/07/PROTOCOL -FOR-TRAVELLERS- INTO-GRENADA/ II. ANTIGUA - HTTPS://VISITANTIGUABARBUDA.COM/TRAVEL-ADVISORY/ III. BARBADOS - HTTPS://WWW.VISITBARBADOS.ORG/COVID-19- TRAVEL-GUIDELINES-2020 IV. ST. LUCIA - HTTPS://WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/EN/COVID-19/ 3. DIPLOMATS: A. MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE PCR COVID-19 TEST RESULT DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ARRIVAL. B. ALL DIPLOMATS MUST QUARANTINE FOR THE DURATION OF TIME AS PER THE APPROVED PROTOCOLS. THE SITE OF QUARANTINE WILL BE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER OR THE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. 4. MINORS AS TRAVELLERS: A. PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS ARE CONSIDERED MINORS. B. SHALL FOLLOW THE PROTOCOL APPLIED TO THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN. C. WHEN TRAVELLING ALONE WILL QUARANTINE WITH A GUARDIAN IN A PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR THE PERIOD AS DETERMINED BY THEIR COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND THEIR VACCINATION STATUS. PROCESS ON ARRIVAL: ARRIVAL ASSESSMENT: A. REVIEW OF ONLINE PRE-ARRIVAL FORM. ESTABLISH SARS-COV-2/COVID-19 STATUS: A. APPROVAL OF SARS-COV-2 TEST RESULT BY PORT HEALTH TEAM. B. COLLECTION OF A NASAL SWAB SPECIMEN FOR A COVID-19 PCR TEST FROM ALL QUALIFYING DISEMBARKING TRAVELLERS. C. ALL TRAVELLERS WILL BE ASSESSED BY THE PORT HEALTH OFFICERS TO DETERMINE THEIR FINAL LEVEL OF RISK AND THE LENGTH OF MANDATORY QUARANTINE REQUIRED. D. ALL TRAVELLERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MONITOR THEIR TEMPERATURES AND OTHER SYMPTOMS FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS AND END PART 4 OF 5 

A1569/21 NOTAMR A1375/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 5 OF 5 B) 2109201540 C) 2110312321 E) REPORT ANY ABNORMALITIES TO THE LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITY. E. ALL TRAVELLERS WITH A POSITIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST RESULT WILL BE ISOLATED IN AN APPROVED ACCOMMODATION/FACILITY AT THE TRAVELLER'S OWN COST. REQUIREMENTS OF DISCHARGE FROM QUARANTINE: 1. OBJECTIVE MEASURES: A. NEGATIVE PCR TEST B. NOT A CLOSE CONTACT OF A POSITIVE COVID-19 CASE. 2. SUBJECTIVE MEASURES: A. ABSENCE OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19. 3. NOT DETERMINED TO BE AT HIGH RISK FOR BEING EXPOSED TO COVID-19. PART 5 OF 5

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 1 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) PROTOCOL FOR THE ENTRY OF FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS TO ST.VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 01, 2021: 1. WHERE FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS ARE THOSE PERSONS WHO: A. HAVE COMPLETED A VACCINATION REGIMEN WITH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING COVID-19 VACCINES RECOGNIZED BY THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH, WELLNESS AND THE ENVIRONMENT OF ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: I. ASTRAZENECA: OXFORD ASTRAZENECA (VAXZEVRIA), COVISHIELD, ASTRAZENECA COVID-19 VACCINE BY SK BIOSCIENCE II. PFIZER-BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE III. MODERNA COVID-19 VACCINE IV. JANSSEN (JOHNSON & JOHNSON) V. GAMALAYA (SPUTNIK V, SPUTNIK LIGHT, GAM-COVID-VAC) VI. CUBAN COVID-19 VACCINE: ABDALA, SOBERANA. VII. SINOVAC, SINOPHARM END PART 1 OF 8

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 2 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) B. AT LEAST TWO (2) WEEKS HAVE PASSED SINCE THE LAST DOSE OF A TWO (2) DOSE VACCINE OR THE SINGLE DOSE OF A ONE (1) DOSE VACCINE C. PRESENT WITH A VACCINE CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH WHICH WILL BE VALIDATED EITHER PRE-ARRIVAL OR AT THE POINT OF ENTRY BY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: I. PROOF OF ISSUANCE FROM A NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATION II. PROOF OF DOCUMENTED VACCINATION ISSUED BY A HOSPITAL OR MEDICAL CENTER. 2. FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS TO ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 RT-PCR COVID-19 TEST RESULT AS PER THE FOLLOWING: A. VERY HIGH-RISK AND HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES: I. BRAZIL, VENEZUELA, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, ECUADOR, SOUTH AFRICA, SURINAME, COLOMBIA, BELIZE, MEXICO, INDIA, GRENADA, GUYANA, PANAMA, ARGENTINA, PERU, BRITISH VIRGIN END PART 2 OF 8

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 3 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) ISLANDS, TAIWAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS (USVI), CHINA, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY, ST. LUCIA, JAMAICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, HAITI, CUBA, NIGERIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, ITALY, BAHAMAS, CANADA, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, FRANCE (INCLUDING OVERSEAS REGIONS), SPAIN AND RUSSIA II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS OR THREE (3) DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. III. MAY BE RETESTED FOR COVID-19 (RT-PCR) ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. IV. MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR AT LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL/PROPERTY AT THEIR COST TO AWAIT RELEASE FROM QUARANTINE BY A PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER. V. MUST ARRIVE WITH PROOF OF THE FULLY PAID RESERVATION. VI. MUST TRANSFER TO THE TRANSITION HOTEL IN AN APPROVED AIA TAXI OR APPROVED VESSEL (PLANE OR FERRY) AT OWN EXPENSE. END PART 3 OF 8

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 4 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) B. MEDIUM RISK COUNTRIES (THE COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE LAST COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELLER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS): I. ST. KITTS NEVIS, TAIWAN, BERMUDA, DOMINICA, BARBADOS, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. III. MUST BE RETESTED ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. IV. MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL/PROPERTY AT THEIR COST TO AWAIT RELEASE FROM QUARANTINE BY A PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER. V. MUST TRANSFER TO THE TRANSITION HOTEL IN AN APPROVED AIA TAXI OR APPROVED VESSEL (PLANE OR FERRY) AT OWN EXPENSE. C. LOW RISK COUNTRIES (THE COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE LAST COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELLER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS): I. ANGUILLA, MONTSERRAT; II. MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. END PART 4 OF 8

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 5 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) III. MAY BE TESTED ON ARRIVAL IN SVG AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PORT HEALTH OFFICER. IV. NO QUARANTINE IF NO EVIDENCE OF ONBOARD VESSEL EXPOSURE AND NOT IN A HIGH RISK OCCUPATION. 3. RESORT SPECIFIC BUBBLE PROTOCOL HOTELS IN SVG: A. RESORT SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE HEALTH SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION AND BEAR THE STAMP OF THE NEMO. B. RESORT SPECIFIC BUBBLE PROTOCOL APPROVED HOTELS: MANDARIN ORIENTAL, CANOUAN, SOHO BEACH HOUSE CANOUAN, CANOUAN ESTATES RESORT AND VILLAS, BEQUIA BEACH HOTEL, PETIT ST. VINCENT ISLAND & RESORT, MUSTIQUE. C. TRAVELLERS FROM BRAZIL AND SOUTH AFRICA MUST COMPLY WITH THE GENERAL PROTOCOL AND NOT THE RESORT SPECIFIC BUBBLE RESORT PROTOCOL. 4. ANY OTHER COUNTRY NOT ASSIGNED TO THE ABOVE CATEGORIES SHOULD BE ASSUMED TO BE HIGH RISK. END PART 5 OF 8

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 6 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) 5. HIGH RISK OCCUPATIONS INCLUDE: A. CANADIAN FARM WORKERS B. CREW MEMBERS (PERSONS COMING FROM A SAILING VESSEL) C. OIL RIG WORKERS D. HEALTH CARE WORKERS (CURRENT) E. PRISON/DETENTION FACILITY WORKERS. 6. IN-TRANSIT PASSENGERS: A. THROUGH ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: I. MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST RESULT DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ARRIVAL. II. IF THE IN-TRANSIT PERIOD DOES NOT INCLUDE AN OVERNIGHT STAY, THAT PERIOD MUST BE SPENT AT THE ARGYLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. III. IF THE IN-TRANSIT PERIOD INCLUDES AN OVERNIGHT STAY, THAT PERIOD MUST BE SPENT IN A TA/MOHWE APPROVED HOTEL. B. TRAVELLERS INTENDING TO TRANSIT THROUGH ANOTHER COUNTRY FROM ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES ARE ADVISED TO VISIT THE COUNTRY TRAVEL WEBSITE TO DETERMINE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVEL FOR I. GRENADA - HTTPS://WWW.NOWGRENADA.COM/2020/07/PROTOCOL-FOR-TRAVELLERS- INTO -GRENADA/ II. ANTIGUA - HTTPS://VISITANTIGUABARBUDA.COM/TRAVEL-ADVISORY/ III. BARBADOS - END PART 6 OF 8 

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 7 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) HTTPS://WWW.VISITBARBADOS.ORG/COVID-19-TRAVEL-GUIDELINES-2020 IV. ST. LUCIA - HTTPS://WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/EN/COVID-19/ 7. DIPLOMATS: A. MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE PCR COVID-19 TEST RESULT DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ARRIVAL. B. ALL DIPLOMATS MUST QUARANTINE FOR THE DURATION OF TIME AS PER THE APPROVED PROTOCOLS. THE SITE OF QUARANTINE WILL BE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER OR THE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. 8. MINORS AS TRAVELLERS: A. PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS ARE CONSIDERED MINORS. B. SHALL FOLLOW THE PROTOCOL APPLIED TO THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN. C. WHEN TRAVELLING ALONE WILL QUARANTINE WITH A GUARDIAN IN A PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR THE PERIOD AS DETERMINED BY THEIR COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND THEIR VACCINATION STATUS. PROCESS ON ARRIVAL: ARRIVAL ASSESSMENT: A. REVIEW OF ONLINE PRE-ARRIVAL FORM. ESTABLISH SARS-COV-2/COVID-19 STATUS: A. APPROVAL OF SARS-COV-2 TEST RESULT BY PORT HEALTH TEAM. END PART 7 OF 8 

A1570/21 NOTAMR A1374/21 Q) TTZP/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 8 OF 8 B) 2109201605 C) 2110312300 E) B. COLLECTION OF A NASAL SWAB SPECIMEN FOR A COVID-19 PCR TEST FROM ALL QUALIFYING DISEMBARKING TRAVELLERS. C. ALL TRAVELLERS WILL BE ASSESSED BY THE PORT HEALTH OFFICERS TO DETERMINE THEIR FINAL LEVEL OF RISK AND THE LENGTH OF MANDATORY QUARANTINE REQUIRED. D. ALL TRAVELLERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MONITOR THEIR TEMPERATURES AND OTHER SYMPTOMS FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS AND REPORT ANY ABNORMALITIES TO THE LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITY. E. ALL TRAVELLERS WITH A POSITIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST RESULT WILL BE ISOLATED IN AN APPROVED ACCOMMODATION/FACILITY AT THE TRAVELLER'S OWN COST. REQUIREMENTS OF DISCHARGE FROM QUARANTINE: 1. OBJECTIVE MEASURES: A. NEGATIVE PCR TEST B. NOT A CLOSE CONTACT OF A POSITIVE COVID-19 CASE. 2. SUBJECTIVE MEASURES: A. ABSENCE OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19. 3. NOT DETERMINED TO BE AT HIGH RISK FOR BEING EXPOSED TO COVID-19. END PART 8 OF 8

A1326/21 NOTAMR A1142/21 Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA B) 2107292149 C) 2109302300 D) DAILY 1000-2300 E) AD HR OF SERVICE 

Suriname - Open with Restrictions - 10/19/2021

SURINAME

Date:         October 19, 2021
Subject:     COVID Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions

 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions

  • CONDITIONS FOR TRAVEL TO (inbound) and FROM (outbound) SURINAME
    • A. Persons with full vaccination status who wish to travel to (inbound) and from (outbound) Suriname may travel to or from Suriname without an entry or exit permit from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Business and International Cooperation (BIBIS). The aforementioned inbound (inbound) passengers are also exempt from the quarantine obligation.
    • B. Persons who have not been vaccinated or who have not been fully vaccinated do require an entry permit from the Ministry of BIBIS.
  • This can be requested via the email address: [email protected]
  • This entry authorization will only be granted if the persons involved are considered to belong to the following exception groups:
    • I. Expats
    • ii. Diplomats and Government Officials
    • iii. Medics and healthcare staff
    • iv. Surinamese residents
  • For all the above categories, the submission of a negative PCR test result no older than 72 hours before departure of the flight.
  • For category B, mandatory hotel quarantine (with surveillance) for seven (7) days applies.
  •  A landing permit will also be required. A landing permit must be requested maximum 72 hours ( 3 working days ) before the operation date. 

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • Please be advised that if this will be just a Technical stop or fuel stop WITHOUT staying overnight, then there is no permission needed from the authorities to land at SMJP. You will need just the landing permission from the CAA, which we can request for you if you send us the following documents:
    • Valid Insurance 
    • Valid Airworthiness 
    • Valid Registration 
    • Suriname Application form  
  • A landing request must be requested three ( 3 ) working days before the operation date. 
  • Crew may not leave the airport.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Required documentation for INBOUND passengers:
    • Negative PCR – (72 hrs valid) 
    • Mandatory Hotel Quarantine (Home/Self Quarantine is prohibited)
  • In case Crew/PAX are already fully Vaccinated, with Vaccination Cards, no quarantine required for both.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated

  • Re-evaluation can be expected after 10 October 2021

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Airport hours: 
    • MON TUE WED FRI AND SAT NORMAL OPS FROM 1100-2200 UTC. 
    • THU AND SUN ONLY AVBL ON REQUEST VIA AIRPORT AUTHORITY 
  • Laboratories available for COVID PCR tests : 
  • Please see below the information:
    • Travelers who need to obtain a non-medically indicated COVID-19 test (i.e. a test solely for the purpose of traveling) may make an appointment to do so at the Academisch Ziekenhuis no later than 4 days prior to departure from Suriname by visiting https://personal-ecxxlsw9.outsystemscloud.com/COVID19Agenda/.  You will receive an appointment confirmation after submitting your online request. Five minutes prior to your appointment time you may sign in at the back gate of the Academisch Ziekenhuis on Flustraat, next to COVAB. The cost of the test is US$100 or 100 euro. Results are available within 48 hours. For questions about obtaining a COVID-19 test in Suriname for the purposes of travel, you may send a whatsapp message to 8998743 or consult a travel agency for assistance making a COVID-19 test appointment.
    • COVID-19 testing for travelers is also available at MediLab, a private clinic.  Rapid COVID-19 tests cost approximately SRD 295.  PCR tests cost approximately USD 50 or SRD 1000.  Please contact the lab directly for additional details: https://www.facebook.com/Medilab-Laboratorium-Radiologie-107146740827370/.
      • Anyone, including a U.S. citizen, who tests positive for COVID-19 in Suriname may be placed in mandatory isolation at a government facility at their own expense and may not be released until cleared by the attending medical doctor. Isolation facilities may include outdoor tents. Travelers are responsible for all costs associated with quarantine or isolation.
        • Airport ICAO/Name: SMJP 
        • Facility Name: Academisch Ziekenhuis
        • Facility Address: Flusstraat 
        • Facility Phone: +597 442222
        • Facility Web Address: https://www.azp.sr/ 
        • Notes (documents required, cost, etc
  • Please see  the link  to register:

 

LATEST NOTAMS

(A0098/21 NOTAMR A0092/21 
Q) SMPM/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999 
A) SMJP B) 2109010000 C) 2109210259 
E) IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS, AD WILL RESUME NORMAL OPS. RFFS CAT 9 WILL BE AVAILIBLE DAILY. 
THE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ADJUSTED AS FOLLOWS: 
- ALL NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS MUST HAVE PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE HEAD OF CIVIL AVIATION DEPARTMENT ([email protected]) WITH AT LEAST 72 HR NOTICE. 
- ALL NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS MUST MAKE PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS VIA [email protected] WITH FLIGHT DETAILS TO RECEIVE AD OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS. 
- ALL PAX FLIGHTS SHALL BE OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST GOVERNMENT HEALTH AND VISA REQUIREMENTS. 
-THE FOLLOWING FLIGHTS ARE ALLOWED: 
1. EMERGENCY FLIGHTS 
2. MEDICAL FLIGHTS 
3. THE NETHERLANDS, THE CARIBBEAN, GUYANA, FRENCH GUIANA, BRAZIL AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: OUTBOUND AND INBOUND FLIGHTS FOR CARGO AND PASSENGER TRAFFIC; 
4. CUBA AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: ONLY INBOUND AND OUTBOUND CARGO TRAFFIC AND OUTBOUND PASSENGER TRAFFIC; 
5. HAITI: NO PASSENGER TRAFFIC ALLOWED.

Trinidad and Tobago - Open with Restrictions - 09/14/2021

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Last Updated: 09/14/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions

Status:     Open with Restriction

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • ALL Passengers are required to present the following additional documents on arrival:
    • Travel Pass Authorization - TTravel Pass must be applied for online at https://ttravelpass.gov.tt/. Please note: Section 2 “Travel Details”, under Airline please select “Other”, under Flight Number please input “PVT”. Section 3, you must input your PCR test information here. All other Sections are to be completed as normal.
    • Negative PCR test – applicable to ALL passengers must be valid within 72 hours of arrival. Please note that PCR test requirements also apply to all infants and children.
    • International Immunization Card - showing proof of WHO approved vaccination.
  • Unvaccinated non-nationals are not allowed entry into Trinidad & Tobago at this time.
  • As listed above, the same principle will apply for passengers as well as the crew for business flights.
  • Nationals of Trinidad and Tobago who have not been fully vaccinated must:
    • Arrive at Port of Spain
    • Have a reservation confirmation at a state supervised quarantine hotel for 14 days

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Fuel stops are allowed.
  • Crew rest not available at this time unless it is an emergency, with prior on-line approval.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Non-nationals are not permitted entry at this time. 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 2021 subject to Government’s approval.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS 

A1447/21 NOTAMR A1440/21 Q) TTZP/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1109N06050W005 A) TTCP B) 2108271805 C) 2111251000 E) DUE TO NATIONAL CURFEW RESTRICTIONS FLIGHTS BEFORE 1030 UTC AND AFTER 2330 UTC REQUIRE 24HR NOTICE. CONTACT THE AATT SHIFT DUTY MANAGER AT 1-868-680-1901 TO COORDINATE USE OF THE AD.
 

A1244/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1109N06050W005 A) TTCP B) 2107191730 C) 2110192200 E) THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY HEREBY ADVISES,PURSUANT TO REGULATION 7 OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH (2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS, 2019-NCOV)(NO.17) REGULATIONS 2021, PUBLISHED BY LEGAL NOTICE NO. 186 OF 2021 AND REGULATION 7 OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH (2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS, 2019-NCOV)(NO.18) REGULATIONS 2021, PUBLISHED BY LEGAL NOTICE NO. 195 OF 2021, THAT WITH EFFECT FROM SATURDAY JULY 17, 2021 AND CONTINUING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, PERMISSION WAS AND HAS BEEN GRANTED FOR THE OPENING OF ALL AIR AND SEA PORTS AND/OR ANY PLACE WHERE AN AIRCRAFT AND/OR SHIP AND/OR VESSEL CAN LAND FOR THE ARRIVAL AND/OR DEPARTURE OF AIRCRAFT AND/OR SHIPS AND/OR OTHER VESSELS CARRYING PASSENGERS AND/OR CARGO AND/OR OTHERWISE ARRIVING AND/OR DEPARTING. TAKE NOTICE THAT THE LAWS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO , INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE PROVISIONS OF IMMIGRATION ACT CH 18:01 REGARDING THE ENTRY OF PERSONS INTO AND OUT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, SHALL APPLY AND THAT THE ENTRY OF PERSONS INTO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO SHALL ALSO BE GOVERNED AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTER ALIA THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH QUARANTINE PROTOCOLS FOR PASSENGERS ENTERING INTO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO DATED JULY 15, 2021.
 

A1505/21 NOTAMR A1339/21 Q) TTZP/QMKLC/IV/BO/A/000/999/1036N06120W005 A) TTPP B) 2109042040 C) 2111042100 E) GENERAL AVIATION PRKG AREA CLSD
 

A1243/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1036N06120W005 A) TTPP B) 2107190115 C) 2110190000 E) THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY HEREBY ADVISES,PURSUANT TO REGULATION 7 OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH (2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS, 2019-NCOV) (NO. 17) REGULATIONS, 2021 PUBLISHED BY LEGAL NOTICE NO. 186 OF 2021 AND REGULATION 7 OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH (2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS, 2019-NCOV) (NO. 18) REGULATIONS, 2021 PUBLISHED BY LEGAL NOTICE NO. 195 OF 2021, THAT WITH EFFECT FROM SATURDAY JULY 17, 2021 AND, CONTINUING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, PERMISSION WAS AND HAS BEEN GRANTED FOR THE OPENING OF ALL AIR AND SEA PORTS AND/OR ANY PLACE WHERE AN AIRCRAFT AND/OR SHIP AND/OR VESSEL CAN LAND FOR THE ARRIVAL AND/OR DEPARTURE OF AIRCRAFT AND/OR SHIPS AND/OR OTHER VESSELS CARRYING PASSENGERS AND/OR CARGO AND/OR OTHERWISE ARRIVING AND/OR DEPARTING.TAKE NOTICE THAT THE LAWS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE PROVISIONS OF IMMIGRATION ACT CH 18:01 REGARDING THE ENTRY OF PERSONS INTO AND OUT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, SHALL APPLY AND THAT THE ENTRY OF PERSONS INTO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO SHALL ALSO BE GOVERNED BY AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTER ALIA THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH QUARANTINE PROTOCOLS FOR PASSENGERS ENTERING INTO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO DATED JULY 15, 2021

Turks & Caicos - Open with Restrictions - 09/10/2021

TURKS AND CAICOS

Date:        September 10, 2021
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions

Status:        Open with restrictions  

 

Business Flight Restrictions 

  • None - other than new NOTAM prohibiting GA arrivals on Saturdays between 12:00 and 16:00, in effect until September 30,2021
  • REVISED MANDATORY ENTRY REQUIEREMENTS FOR THE TURKS AND CAICOS EFFECTIVE 1 SEPTEMBER 20221
  • NOW REQUIERES 
    • PROOF OF VACCINATION FOR EVERY VISITOR 16 AND OLDER
    • RECENT COVID TEST  ***NOTE:ANTIGEN OR PCR TESTMAY BE TAKEN NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS PRIOR ARRIVAL
    • MEDEVAC INSURANCE 
    • AND TRAVEL PREAUTHORIZATION 
  • ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIERED TO  UPLOAD VACCINATION PROOF A NEGATIVE PCR OR ANTIGEN COVID AND PROOF OF COVID MEDEVAC TRAVEL INSURANCE TO THE TCI ASSURED PROGRAM WEB PORTAL AND TO RECEIVE A TRAVEL ATUHORIZATION LETTER, THIS LETTER AND THE NEGATIVE COVID TEST RESULT MUT BOTH BE PRINTED AND PRESENTED TO THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH REPRESENTATIVE UPON ARRIVAL
  • FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH REGULATIONS WILL RESULT IN AIRCRAFT REFUSAL AND POTENTIAL OPERATOR FINE
  • Please carefully review the information below and ensure that no traveler is boarded without their TCI Assure Travel Authorization in hand. Please also make sure that Provo Air Center receives copies of these authorizations
  • ALL VISITORS MUST COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING STEPS
    • TAKE A COVID ANTIGEN OR PCR TEST NO MORE THAN 3 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL
      • The test must meet the following guidelines:
        • Either a COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)or Nasopharyngeal Antigen test will be accepted, provided that the laboratory that conducted the test states the name, address, telephone number and email address of the location at which the test was conducted. Antibody tests will NOT be accepted. Home based test kits will NOT be accepted. It should also state:
        • Date the COVID-19 test was conducted
        • Full names, date of birth and address of person tested for COVID-19, and this must be the same as they appear on the passport
        • Results of the COVID-19 test conducted in relation to that person
        • Test results in foreign languages must be translated into English by a certified translator
      • Upload the test results to the new TCI Assured Web Portal, preferably 24 hours or more in advance of arrival.
  • EXEMPTIONS
    • Flight Crew staying less than 24 hours are exempt from vaccine and covid test requirements
    • Children under the age of 10 years are exempt from the Covid test requirement, but must still apply for the TCI Assured Travel Authorization
    • Children under the age of 16 years are exempt from the vaccine requirement, but must still apply for the TCI Assured Travel Authorization 
    • Legal Vaccinated Residents of the Turks and Caicos who have an official Turks and Caicos vaccination card are exempt from the Covid test requirement, but must still apply for the TCI Assured Travel Authorization 
    • Legal unvaccinated residents of the Turks and Caicos are exempt from the vaccine requirement, but must take a PCR test instead of an antigen test 
    • Legal residents of the Turks and Caicos are exempt from the covid test IF THEY WERE VACCINATED IN THE TURKS AND CAICOS
    • Homeowners may qualify to follow the Resident path – please contact us for the latest information.
  • There is currently no protocol in place for crew who stay 24 hours and then wish to extend their stay, unless they have a negative COVID test result no more than 5 days old to upload in order to make an application for travel authorization. There is no rapid testing available on the island
  • PURCHASE TRAVEL INSURANCE POLICY FOR DURATION OF TRIP 
    • You must purchase a travel insurance policy for the duration of the trip, covering local hospitalization costs and medevac transport for COVID-positive patients.
    • Upload the policy name and number to TCI Assured Web Portal ,along with the COVID test results. You may user our recommended insurance provider or use your own. However your uploaded document must specify that you are covered for:
  • APPLY FOR TCI ASSURED TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION LETTER
    • You will receive the letter by email within 2 to 24 hours of your application. Once received, you must forward to [email protected], along with the original COVID test results. The letter and original COVID test results (and translation, if applicable) must also be printed and presented to the Immigration officer upon arrival.
    • https://travelauthorisation.turksandcaicostourism.com/public/
    • HELP IS AVAILABLE
      • The TCI Assured web portal is manned from 08:00 to 18:00 daily.
      • If you do not receive an authorization letter, you can email the TCI Assured Help Desk at [email protected], or call:  1.649.232.7233 | 1.649.232.5900 | 1.649.232.4484

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions 

  • Tech stops do not need to follow COVID restrictions, ie get a test and apply for travel authorization, but crew may not leave the FBO unless they officially enter the country by filling out Customs and Immigration forms upon arrival. 
  • Flight crew are exempt for local COVID requirements for up to 24 hours.
  • We still need you to have every crew member fill out the Traveler Health Declaration
  • Incoming aircraft will be placed in a quarantined area and flight crew are restricted to the 'Q Lounge'.
  • Interaction with staff will be extremely limited, so payment arrangements will need to be made online.   

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • None

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • To be advise per NOTAM SEPTEMBER 30th, 2021.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION NEEDED 

  • Our new reduced-contact protocol allows guests to move directly from their plane to their ground transport without needing to come into the FBO. Guests will be picked up planeside, so we kindly request that you obtain and send us two critical pieces of information:
    • a) Name of hotel, villa or yacht where the guests will stay
    • b) Name of transport company that will be picking up the guests
  • We understand the above procedures are cumbersome, and that many will find it difficult to obtain COVID tests within the short 5-day timeframe allowed. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
  • For more information please click the link below
  • Government web Portal:

 

LATEST NOTAMS
A0026/21 NOTAMN Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV B) 2104032220 C) 2109302300 E) AIRMEN AND AIRLINES OPS ARE ADZ; EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY DUE TO HEIGHTENED GLOBAL PROLIFERATION OF THE COVID-19 WHICH PRESENT AN INADVERTENT HEALTH RISK TO THE COUNTRY. AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES SHALL BE DENIED AND NO LANDING APPROVAL AT ANY AERODROME WITHIN THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS SHALL BE GRANTED TO FLTS ORIGINATING FROM CHINA, IRAN, SOUTH KOREA, ITALY, SINGAPORE, MACAU AND JAPAN. THIS NOTAM APPLIES TO ALL ACFT OPERATORS WHETHER COMMERCIAL OR PRIVATELY OWNED. THIS NOTAM IS BEING DISSEMINATED BY THE U.S. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLAND AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (TCIAA). TCIAA SHALL REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY AND INTEGRITY OF THE AERONAUTICAL DATA AND INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS NOTAM.

A0027/21 NOTAMN Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV PART 1 OF 2 B) 2104032219 C) 2109302300 E) AIRMEN ARE ADZ FOLLOWING DIRECTIVE FM THE GOVERNMENT OF THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS IN AN EFFORT TO CONTINUED CONTAINMENT OF THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC; ALL PERSONS ENTERING THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS MUST: 1. HAVE A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST RESULT. THE TEST MUST HAVE BEEN TAKEN NO MORE THAN 5 DAYS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. 2. HAVE A MEDICAL INSURANCE WHICH COVERS MEDEVAC. 3. COMPLETE A HEALTH SCREENING QUESTIONAIRE. 4. ALL PERSONS SHOULD CERTIFY THAT THEY HAVE READ THE PRIVACY POLICY DOCUMENT. PROOF OF ALL AFOREMENTIONED SHOULD BE UPLOADED TO THE TCI ASSURED PORTAL WHICH WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE TOURIST BOARDS WEBSITE- WWW.TURKSANDCAICOSTOURISM.COM END PART 1 OF 2 

A0027/21 NOTAMN Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV PART 2 OF 2 B) 2104032219 C) 2109302300 E) TRAVELERS MAY BEGIN THE APPLICATION PROCESS 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. ONCE UPLOADED, THE DOCUMENTS WILL BE VERIFIED AND A "TCI ASSURED" STICKER WILL BE ISSUED TO THE TRAVELER WHICH GRANTS APPROVAL TO TRAVEL. THIS NOTAM IS BEING DISSEMINATED BY THE U.S. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLAND AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (TCIAA). TCIAA SHALL REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY AND INTEGRITY OF THE AERONAUTICAL DATA AND INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS NOTAM. END PART 2 OF 2

A0028/21 NOTAMR A0013/21 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV B) 2104061621 C) 2109302300 E) AIRMEN ARE ADZ DUE TO HEAVY TFC DEMAND AND IN AN EFFORT TO AVOID TFC CONGESTION ON SATURDAYS, GA FLTS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ARRIVE PROVIDENCIALES (MBPV) BTN THE HOURS OF 1600Z (12:00 NOON) AND 2000Z (16:00 LCL). THIS NOTAM IS BEING DISSEMINATED BY THE U.S. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLAND AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (TCIAA). TCIAA SHALL REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY AND INTEGRITY OF THE AERONAUTICAL DATA AND INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS NOTAM. 

Uruguay - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

URUGUAY

Date:                November 08, 2021

Subject:           Latest Restrictions

STATUS:        Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Must be fully vaccinated.
  • Vaccinations have to be 14 days after their last dose.
  • Negative PCR – 72 Hours prior to arrival.
  • Non vaccinated travelers – Mandatory Quarantine.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Effective November 08th, 2021 Online form must be completed by both crew and passengers within 48 hours of entry into Uruguay:  https://bpmgob.msp.gub.uy/tramites/iniciar/390
  • Effective: September 1st, 2021. Borders are open to foreigners: Owners of properties in Uruguay who are fully vaccinated (14 days after the last dosis) and also arrive with a negative PCR test, will be allowed to enter with their direct family.
  • Effective: November 1st we will be opening borders also for tourism: foreigners fully vaccinated (14 days after the last dose) and who also arrive with a negative PCR test.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

None. Only landing permit required.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • None vaccinated travelers:  At least 7 days with a 2nd negative COVID test, or a 14 days long quarantine.
  • Person who arrives 14 days after the last dose of full Covid vaccination, are exempted from quarantine.

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated?

N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

None

 

Latest NOTAM

US Virgin Islands - Open with Restrictions - 09/21/2021

US VIRGIN ISLANDS

Date:          September 21, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country

Status:    Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No restrictions on Business Flights to the USVI from USA 
  • COVID-19 GUIDELINES
    • ALL travelers (age 5 and older) must have a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 5 days old or a positive antibody test no more than 4 months old.
    • ALL travelers must complete the following Travel Screening Portal within five days of arrival in the US Virgin Islands.
    • https://usvitravelportal.com/  for more information:  https://usviupdate.com/
    • Those traveling within 24 hours should complete the form manually, (available upon request).
    • Upon arrival, travelers will be asked to show the green QR approval code received from the portal as well as their test result and photo ID.
    • Crew who are quick-turning are exempt.
    • No testing is required for travel from the US Virgin Islands back to the US mainland.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Crew members are exempt from restrictions if staying less than 24hrs. 
  • Technical stop- crew exempt from restrictions if stop refueling.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • See COVID-19 GUIDELINES above

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated 

  • N/A 

 

Any other pertinent information. 

  • Landing permission is not required at TIST. 
  • There are no COVID- 19 test available at airport.
  • All test must be done at least 5 days prior to travel date.
  • Al passengers must arrive and present negative test results to the National Guard on arrival. 
  • Crew must present negative test as well if staying more than 24 hours on island. 
  • A negative Covid-19 test results are still needed on arrival with or without a vaccination certificate.
  • COVID-19 TESTING INFORMATION:
    • Same day COVID-19 test results are available at St. Thomas Community Medical Laboratory.  Tests should be taken in the morning in order to receive results by the afternoon.
    • LOCATION:
    • HOURS
      • Monday - Friday 7:30AM-4:00PM 
      • Saturday 9:00AM-12:PM
    • TESTS OFFERED
      • Rapid $100 out-of-pocket
      • Antibody $100 out-of-pocket
      • PCR $150 out-of-pocket

 

NO NOTAMS related to COVID 19 FOUND

Venezuela

VENEZUELA

 

Date:               October 20, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

 

Status:           Closed

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All permits to operate to Venezuela, must be requested via chancellery. Only direct ops from Mexico, Panama , Dominican Republic and Turkey.
  • Overflight allowed as long there are no Radio Navigation debts.
  • Crew and pax must hold a PCR test with at least 48 hours prior arrival, this PCRs and the GEN DEC must be transmitted to INAC 6 hours prior arrival.
  • At arrival, Crew and Pax will be tested for COVID-19, the PCR test is 60$ each person and must be paid cash at the moment. This applies for passengers, cargo, medevac, General Aviation, fuel stop, transit flights.
  • For Overnights must inform prior arrival to request a hotel approved for COVID-19. Only direct ops from Mexico, Panama , Dominican Republic and Turkey.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

All permits to operate to Venezuela, must be requested via chancellery. Including Cargo, Medevac and Technical stop.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

Yes. Persons on board except crew shall not be permitted to disembark without authorization. Crew members may disembark but shall undergo strict mandatory quarantine under the supervision of the state during their rotation/rest period. 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

Not specified

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Passengers with authorization must also present negative COVID test result issued at most 72 hours prior arrival.

 

 

Bonaire - Open with Restrictions - 06072021

BONAIRE
 
Date:          June 07, 2021
Subject:    COVID Country Restrictions (OPEN)

Status:    Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Health declaration (passengers aged 13 years or older) that can be found on the site www.bonairepublichealth.org
  • Valid negative PCR-Test, not older 72 hrs before expected arrival in Bonaire.
  • Negative RAPID Test (Either Antigen,Lamp or PCR), not older than 24 hrs before boarding the aircraft.
  • But there is a relief for the antigen test see the link for your information.


Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest
•    NIL

 

Quarantine Requirements
•    NIL

 

Date the restriction is currently expected to END or be re-evaluated
•    NIL
 

Any other pertinent information
•    NIL

 

Latest NOTAM

AIS
NOTAM TN:A0413/2021

(A0413/21 NOTAMN
Q) TNCF/QMNXX/IV/B/A/000/999/1207N06816W005
A) TNCB
B) 2106040001 C) 2109040001
E) PILOTS SHOULD EXER CTN TO AVOID EXCESSIVE JETBLAST
AND OR PROPWASH WHILE MANEUVERING ON THE MAIN
AND WIDE BODY APRON)

(A0392/21 NOTAMN
Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1208N06816W005
A) TNCB
B) 2106010002 C) 2107010001
E) BY ORD OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS,
THERE ARE CURRENTLY COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE.
NOTICE 1: ALL FLT BANS WILL BE LIFTED AS OF JUNE 1ST,
00:02 HR LOCAL TIME.
NOTICE 2: A MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR PERSONS TRAVELLING FM
VERY HIGH RISK COUNTRIES WITH A COVID-19 VARIANT OF CONCERN TO
BONAIRE IS IN EFFECT AS OF JUNE 1ST, 00:02 HR LOCAL TIME.
NOTICE3: THERE HAS ALSO BEEN A CHANGE IN THE TESTING POLICY.
PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO
(DOCUMENT 2/11 - BES COVID-19 TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS):
HTTPS://WWW.GOVERNMENT.NL/COVID19NOTAM.
DURATION OF TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS:
THE TEMPORARY TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE, REGARDLESS OF THE INDICATED ENDING TIME OF THIS NOTAM. ANY
POSSIBLE CHANGE OF THIS PERIOD WILL BE ASSESSED DEPENDING ON
FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS.)

NOTAM TN:A0378/2021
(A0378/21 NOTAMN
Q) TNCF/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1208N06816W005
A) TNCB
B) 2106010002 C) 2107012359
D) MON TILL FRI 1030-2359
SAT AND SUN 1400-2359
E) OPERATIONAL HOURS OF AD CHANGED FROM MON TO FRI 1030-2359 UTC ,
SAT AND SUN 1400-2359 UTC DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
EXEMPTION WILL BE MADE FOR MEDICAL FLT AND CARGO FLT WITH
60 MIN PRE-NOTIFICATION. FOR CDN CONTACT G.MATTHEW TEL 7010050
GREGORIO.MATTHEW(AT)FLAMINGOAIRPORT.COM DUTY OPERATIONS
OFFICER TEL 7850477/7010477.)
 

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