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Anguilla - Open with Restrictions - 12/16/2020

ANGUILLA

Date: 12/16/2020
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through effective: Open with restrictions  & No date given

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • o    Anguilla is open to pre-approved visitors.
  • o    All travelers to Anguilla including returning residents are required to obtain pre-travel authorization. Persons without travel authorization may be refused entry to Anguilla.
  • o    All visitors must complete an individual application (including children)
  • o    Persons wishing to visit Anguilla can register their interest by accessing the website https://ivisitanguilla.com/ website as well as the crew, if they are staying overnight.
  • o    A negative PCR test has to be submitted with the application via the link above and have to have the results on hand on arrival.
    •     Prospective visitors should note that approval to enter Anguilla will be at the discretion of the Chief Medical Officer
    •     Visitors will be required to make a financial contribution to assist in covering the additional costs to Government for their testing and Villa Property security and monitoring.
  • o    Travel Entry Requirements Anguilla COVID-19 Travel Advisory
    • •    Complete pre-registration on beatcovid19.ai
      •     Complete pre-registration on beatcovid19.ai. Visitors must complete the form on beatcovid19.ai to initiate the approval process, all information is confidential and intended for official use by the Government of Anguilla.
    • •    Covid-19 Testing Prior & During
      •     Covid-19 Testing Prior & During Travel Passengers are required to take a COVID-19 PCR test, receive and present negative results within three to five days of travel. Upon arrival all Travelers will also be required to be tested and on day ten of the visit.
    • •    Facial Covering
      •     All arriving and departing passengers are required to wear a facial covering during transit and through ports of entry.
      •     Temperature Test
      •     Upon arrival all travelers must undergo temperature testing – whether walk-through or physically doing temperature checks.
  • o     1  PRE-ARRIVAL  (STAYING IN ANGUILLA DETAILS)
    •     All persons returning to Anguilla are required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted within 3-5 days prior to arrival date.
    •     All persons are required to provide insurance which covers COVID-19 medical costs and full hospitalization, doctors’ visits, prescriptions and air ambulance.
    •     Complete online passenger information and health screening questionnaire.
  • o    After receiving this information, documents will be verified and you will be contacted if any additional information is required.
    •     An electronic travel authorization certificate will be issued to your email address if your application was successful.
  • o     2 Travel to Anguilla (When travelling to Anguilla)
    •     Persons are urged to adhere to all safety protocols as established by airlines and vessels on your journey to Anguilla
    •     Persons are expected to take preventive measures to protect themselves and others from infection during travel: washing of hands and/or use of hand sanitizer regularly; avoiding touching common surfaces, avoid touching of face (eyes, mouth and nose) with unwashed hands; maintaining a physical distance of at least three feet/ one metre from others…
    •     The use of mask is required on vessels to Anguilla and in other spaces and areas where persons cannot maintain a physical distance of at least 1 metre/ 3 feet from others.
  • o    3 Arrival to Anguilla  (On Arrival to Anguilla you will be required to: ) 
    •     Provide a hardcopy of your negative COVID-19 PCR test result to a port health official.
    •     Undergo a mandatory COVID-19 PCR test and health screening on arrival.
    •     Use masks during transit through ports of entry (airport and seaport) and en route to your pre-approved accommodations.
    • Be transferred to your accommodations to await test results – this will be prearranged.
  • Staying in Anguilla (While staying in Anguilla you will be required to :  )
    • Remain quarantined at your approved location for at least 10 days.
    • Undergo regular health monitoring.
    • Obtain a negative PCR COVID-19 test to be released from quarantine
    • The use of rental vehicles is prohibited until after persons are medically cleared by a negative PCR test result at the end of the quarantine period.
  • Now Anguilla it is open with restrictions? -
    • Yes we are open, all guests will have to be quarantined at their hotel when they arrive in Anguilla. They are allowed to move around the hotel's property but not through the island.
  • In order to operate Anguilla the operators need to obtain a Landing Permit? -
    • A landing permit is required if operating as scheduled flight and Charters part 135. except Private flights (Part 91) 
    • Please note in order to obtain landing permission you will need to fill out an flight permit application form and also send the aircraft's Air operator certificate, Air worthiness certificate, Registration certificate and Copy of insurance to the email address that is stated below the permit application form which is [email protected]   In addition, airport hours are from 0700L/1100Z to 1900L/2300Z with the possibility of overtime upon request. 
    • Please note customs fees are only charged after hours 1900L. Afterhours for landing starts at 1900L - $675.00 per hour
    • Early crew show before 0700L - $150.00 
  • There is no necessary Landing permit for private aircraft unless they operate after hours (Airport  hours of operation are from 07:00-19:00 hours local) 1100UTC-2200UTC

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical Stop allowed with previous authorization/Crew rest allowed & must present Health application and Negative Covid test

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Obtain a negative PCR COVID-19 test to be released from quarantine

 

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

  • No date given / At this status will remain the same until update in given by Government and Chief medical officer.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • THE ANGUILLA AIR AND SEA PORTS AUTHORITY HAS ASSIGNED NEW HOURS OF OPERATION. 
    • New hours of operation MON-SUN 1100-2300UTC 
  • Lloyd  Aviation Covid – 19 Procedures : Lloyd Aviation is now limiting its contact to all crew, therefore the new procedures - Contactless Handling are as follows: 
    • Flight planning – All outbound flight plans must be sent via email. 
    • Payment Procedures – Please note that we are only accepting Visa, Mastercard, Avcard, Colt Card, Uvair card for Fuel and Handling Services only. Note credit card information as well as other payment options must be sent via email or fax, a completed credit card authorization form can be sent at any time before flight arrival
  • We welcome  parking for connections to Saint Barths and other destinations. During this Anguilla still offers:
    • Quick Turnaround 
    • No Commercial Traffic.
    • Fuel availability upon request.  100,000 Gallons of Jet A Storage.
    • VFR Corridor unique to AXA and SBH. Visual Flight Rules (VFR) allow for direct flights between Anguilla and St. Barths. No Delays, No Permissions required. 
    • Comfortable /Expedited in transit procedures to connections without the need to go through Customs/ Immigration.
    • Almost 6 acres of ramp parking.
    • New F.B.O building currently under construction coming Spring 2021
    • Departure fees:
    • Embarkation tax $24.00 per adult/$12.00 for children (5-12yrs) (Passengers)
    • Passenger screening fee $6.00 per passenger
    • Please see Covid accommodation fees below:
      • 5 DAYS OR LESS
        • Individual Traveler: US$300
        • Couple: US$500 
        • Family: Main applicant US$300 + US$250 per additional family member. 
      • 6 DAYS TO 3 MONTHS (90 DAYS)
        • Individual Traveler: US$400
        • Couple: US$600 + US$250 per additional family member.
        • Family: Main applicant US$400 + US$250 per additional family member.
        • This fee covers two (2) tests per person, surveillance and costs associated with the additional public health presence.
        • For extended stays of over 3 months and up to 12 months, the original fees still apply, as follows: 
      • 3 MONTHS TO 12 MONTHS
        • Individual Traveler: US$ 2,000 
        • Family (4 persons): US$ 3,000 + US$ 250 per additional family member.
        • Family: Main Applicant + three (3) dependents. 
        • A Dependent:
          • a child or step-child under the age of 26 years;
          • any other relative who is, by reason of age or any infirmity of body or mind, wholly dependent on that person for his/her subsistence. 
        • This fee covers two (2) tests per person, surveillance and costs associated with the additional public health presence, the cost of extended immigration time/entry and a digital work permit. 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A2287/20 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1812N06303W005 A) TQPF B) 2012011045 C) 2103012300 E) ALL FLIGHT PLANS FILED WITH DESTINATION TQPF ARE REQUIRED TO INCLUDE TNCMZPZX IN THE ADDRESSES. FAILURE TO INCLUDE IN THE ADDRESSES MAY RESULT IN DELAYS ENTERING JULIANA (TNCM) AIRSPACE DUE TO THE MANUAL INPUT OF INFORMATION AT JULIANA´S ATS.

Antigua & Barbuda - Open with Restrictions - 12/23/2020

Antigua and Barbuda

Date: 12/23/2020
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions

Updated Health Declaration Form | Travel Advisory 12.08.2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

 

  • Antigua and Barbuda Travel Advisory (REVISED) – December 8 , 2020
  • The Government of Antigua and Barbuda has updated its travel advisory effective immediately 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.
  • International flights have resume
  • Approvals are still needed from the Airport Authority 24 hours prior to the operation
  • The State continues to carry out a combination of screening, testing, monitoring and other measures to mitigate the risk of importing any new cases of COVID-19 into the country. Additionally, measures will be implemented for the quick detection of any imported cases. This strategy is intended to protect and safeguard the health of both residents of and visitors to Antigua and Barbuda.
  • Nationals and residents of Antigua and Barbuda are strongly advised to restrict their travels to countries with significant escalations in the number of persons recently testing positive for COVID-19 to that for essential purposes only.
  • The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has provided parameters for the establishment of a regional Travel Bubble among the OECS countries of Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Montserrat, Anguilla and British Virgin Islands, together with Barbados. This is designed to facilitate intra-regional travel of nationals, movement of essential workers, and inter-regional travel of visitors to the region while ensuring that the necessary health protocols are followed.
  • The protocols implemented are as follows:
    • 1. 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 (7) days of their flight. (this includes transiting passengers).
    • 2. Children below the age of 12 years, entering Antigua, DO NOT REQUIERE a COVID -19 RT-PCR test.
    • 3. Persons traveling to Antigua and Barbuda from countries within the established Travel Bubble must have resided there for no less than fourteen (14) consecutive days prior to travel. They are required to have a negative COVID 19 RT-PCR test result taken within seven (7) days of their flight. They will undergo mandatory health screening upon arrival but will not be subject to quarantine. All other arriving passengers are subject to quarantine as determined by the Quarantine Authority. 
    • 4. Passenger arriving for medical treatment/procedures must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR taken within seven (7) 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. 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.
      • b. A medical report detailing patient´s condition, treatment required and the urgency of the situation.
      • c. 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.
      • d. The intended address in Antigua and Barbuda, together with the name and telephone number of a contact person if available.
    • 5. Passengers arriving by sea (private yachts/Ferry Services) are subject to quarantine according to guidelines issued by Port Health.
    • 6. All arriving passengers must wear a face mask on disembarkation and in all public areas. Additionally, the wearing of face mask in public spaces is mandatory throughout Antigua and Barbuda and social/physical distancing
    • protocols must be adhered to.
    • 7.All arriving passengers must complete a Health Declaration Form (attached) and will be subjected to screening and temperature checks by Port Health Authorities upon arrival in Antigua and Barbuda.
    • 8. Persons travelling from countries within the travel bubble will be exempted from quarantine, however, all other arriving passengers will be monitored for periods of up to 14 days in accordance with the directions of the Quarantine Authority and the Quarantine (COVID-19) Guidelines. Visitors may be required to undergo testing for COVID-19 on arrival or at the hotel or place of lodging as determined by the Health Authorities.
    • 9.Arriving passengers with symptoms of COVID 19 may be isolated as determined by the Health Authorities.
    • 10.Transiting passengers /Crew members who require an overnight stay will be required to proceed to a hotel or government designated facility to await departure
    • 11.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 Harbour Ports or to a 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.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Tech stops are allowed on the current curfew 06:00 a.m.- 22:00 p.m. Hours local no OVT allowed Aircrafts must arrive within that time frame
  • 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

  • Passengers arriving by sea (Private yachts/Ferry services) are subject to quarantine according to guidelines issued by Port Health.

 

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

  • None at this time

  

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • 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.
  • Please be advised we are under a curfew which begins at 23:00lcl and ends at 05:00lcl
    • If crew members need a negative test result for their next destination, these testing options are available:
      • 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]medicalsurgicalassociatesag.com. Results takes 30 minutes.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • A2431/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QAFXX///AE/000/245/1708N06148W005 A) TAPA B) 2012142248 C) 2103142359 E) THE GOVERNMENT OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA HAS UPDATED ITS TRAVEL ADVISORY, EFFECTIVE JULY 31ST, 2020 TO DENY ENTRY TO ANY FLIGHTS FROM THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC WHETHER DIRECT OR INDIRECT F) SFC G) FL245
  • A2452/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QPFXX///AE/000/245/1708N06147W080 A) TAPA PART 1 OF 2 B) 2012180810 C) 2101312359 D) SATURDAY AND SUNDAYS: 1500-2359 E) 1. FLOW OF AIR TRAFFIC 1.1 ARRIVALS LANDING V.C.BIRD TFC FROM SAN JUAN SECTOR 2 ENTER VIA GABAR AND ZPATA, 1 EVERY 20 MINS TFC FROM SAN JUAN SECTOR 4 ENTER VIA LAMKN, 1 EVERY 20 MINS. TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHTS ENTER VIA AMTTO, 1 EVERY 20 MINS. TFC FROM TFFR ENTER VIA MEDUS AND KASKI, 1 EVERY 15 MINS. TFC FROM TNCM FL110 AND BELOW ENTER VIA ELOPO AND ZPATA, 1 EVERY 15 MINS. 1.2 DEPARTURES FROM V.C.BIRD TFC DEPARTING TO THE EAST WILL BE ROUTED VIA AMTTO. TFC DEPARTING TO THE NORTHWEST VIA SECTOR 2 WILL BE ROUTED VIA ELOPO. TFC DEPARTING TO THE NORTH VIA SECTOR 4 WILL BE ROUTED VIA L462 OR ON A RADIAL 15 DEGREES TO THE RIGHT OF THE INBOUND RADIAL UNTIL VERTICAL SEPARATION IS ACHIEVED THEN DCT TO LAMKN OR A POINT APPROVED BY SAN JUAN DEPENDING ON TRAFFIC DENSITY. ALL ACFT SHALL CALL FOR START-UP CLEARANCE. SLOT TIMES WILL BE 10 MINS BETWEEN DEPARTURES AND WILL BE CALCULATED BASED ON AIRCRAFT'S REQUEST FOR START-UP AND CURRENT TRAFFIC SITUATION. F) SFC G) FL245 END PART 1 OF 2 A2452/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QPFXX///AE/000/245/1708N06147W080 A) TAPA PART 2 OF 2 B) 2012180810 C) 2101312359 D) SATURDAY AND SUNDAYS: 1500-2359 E) 1.3 TRANSITS TFC TRANSITING THE V.C. BIRD TMA WESTBOUND FROM TFFR'S AIRSPACE WILL BE ROUTED VIA KASKI OR OTHER CONVENIENT ROUTING, 1 EVERY 15 MINS. TFC TRANSITING EASTBOUND FROM TNCM WILL BE ROUTED VIA ZPATA OR OTHER CONVENIENT ROUTING 1 EVERY 15 MINS. TFC FROM SOUTH OF TFFR BELOW FL250 SHALL BE INCORPORATED INTO THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC DEPARTING TFFR. TFC FROM THE SOUTH ABOVE FL250 INTO TNCM 1 EVERY 15 MINUTES. 1.4 TRAFFIC TO AND FROM BRADSHAW EUROPEAN FLIGHTS TO AND FROM TKPK ROUTE VIA AMTTO, ANU G633 AND VICE VERSA. TFC TO ST. KITTS FROM THE NORTH ROUTE VIA LAMKN, ANU G633. TFC TO AND FROM THE SOUTH ROUTE VIA KASKI, BIMBO OR GORET DCT AND VICE VERSA. ALL IFR DEPARTURES LANDING V.C. BIRD OR TRANSITING THE V.C. BIRD TMA SHALL CALL FOR START-UP. 1.5 FLIGHTS NOT AFFECTED SEARCH AND RESCUE, HOSPITAL, STATE AND VFR. F) SFC G) FL245 END PART 2 OF 2

Argentina

Argentina

 

Date: January 12, 2021
Subject: COVID Country Restrictions
Argentina CLOSED for Foreigners.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • - Argentina borders will remain closed again for all foreign citizens.
    - The only authorized AOE in Argentina are SAEZ/EZEIZA and SADF/SAN FERNANDO.
    - Flights from the following countries will not be authorized: UK, Australia, Denmark, Italia, and
    Holland
    - Only Argentina nationals and legal residents will be allowed to enter the country.
    - Only foreign citizens with a special permit issued by the Argentina government will be allowed
    to enter Argentina. These permits are usually for business trips related to essential activities.
    - All people coming to Argentina, must bring a negative PCR test, issued no more than 72 hours
    prior to arrival. 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • No, but we must apply for a special permit with ANAC.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • 7 days of isolation will be mandatory since the day when the person arrived in Argentina.

 

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

Unknown
 

 

Any other pertinent information

  • A special landing permit must be requested from ANAC for each operation, regardless of the country of residence of the passengers or the reason for the trip.
  • To carry out internal flights in Argentina, a special permit must be requested from each province. Each province has its own regulations to grant or not the entry permits. 
  • Please note that Argentina migrations are now requesting that all passengers entering or leaving the country, must fill below online form 48 hours or less prior to the flight: 

Aruba - Open with Restrictions - 01/06/2021

ARUBA

Last Updated: 01/06/2021

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through it is open with restrictions 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Permitted.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • If the passengers upload the negative Covid test on the ED Card they wouldn’t require quarantine, if the passengers decides to make the test upon arrival they would be submitted on quarantine till they received the results.

 

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

  • Since 1st December 2020 borders for flights from Central, South America and Dominican Republic were open excepted for Peru and Venezuela. 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Our actual operating hours are  DAILY 1300 - 2359 UTC (0900 LT – 1959LT) DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

 

LATEST NOTAMS 

A0710/20 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1230N07000W005 A) TNCA B) 2012211300 C) 2103210100 D) DAILY 1300-0100 E) OPERATIONAL HOURS OF AD CHANGED FROM 1300-0100 UTC DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC. EXEMPTION WILL BE MADE FOR MIL, COAST GUARD, SAR, MEDEVAC, HUM FLTS, HOSP FLTS, TECHNICAL STOPS WITHOUT PASSENGER DISEMBARKATION WITH 120 MIN PRE-NOTIFICATION. FOR CDN CALL AD OPS (297) 592 5646. THESE OPERATIONAL HOURS SUPERSEDES TNCA AD 2.3 IN THE DUTCH CARIBBEAN AIP UFN.
 

A0752/20 NOTAMR A0534/20 Q) TNCF/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/065/1230N07000W025 A) TNCA B) 2012101255 C) 2103102359 E) GEN AND COMMERCIAL AVIATION OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT, CARGO AND MAIL, TO AND FROM AD OF REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA ARE PROHIBITED. F) GND G) FL 065
 

A0714/20 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1230N07000W005 A) TNCA B) 2012010001 C) 2101312359 E) IN ORDER TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE GOVERNMENT OF ARUBA IS PROHIBITING TRANSPORT OF PAX TO ARUBA FOR GENERAL AND COMMERCIAL FLT FROM THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES:VENEZUELA AND PERU.EXEMPTED ARE LEGAL RESIDENTS OF ARUBA THAT ARE APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVAITION ARUBA.HEALTH SCREENING, COVID-19 PCR TESTING AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS APPLY FOR ALL ARRIVING PAX. ALL PRIVATE AND UNSCHEDULED PAX FLT REQUIRE PRIOR APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION ARUBA. THERE ARE NO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE FOR PAX DEPARTING FM ARUBA AND THERE ARE NO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE FOR DUTY AIRLINE CRE

Bahamas - Open with Restrictions - 12/03/2020

BAHAMAS

 

Date:                     12/03/2020
Subject:                Latest Country Restrictions UFN

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • The Islands Of The Bahamas Announces Updated Travel and Entry Protocols Please refer to government websites for detailed information.
  • Please find attached Updated Emergency Powers as at December 1, 2020 -  https://opmbahamas.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/01183727/Emergency-Powers-COVID-19-Pandemic-Risk-ManagementNo.2-ORDER-2020.pdf
  • PROTOCOLS BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1, 2020
  •  Mandatory Vacation-in-Place Requirement is Replaced by COVID-19 Health Insurance, Monitoring Procedures, and On-Island Rapid Testing for Those Staying Longer Than Five Days
  • Full update and FAQ - https://www.bahamas.com/pressroom/islands-bahamas-announces-updated-travel-and-entry-protocols ; https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening-faq ; https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
  •  The Bahamas will require all travelers to:
     
    • 1. Obtain a COVID-19 RT PCR test five (5) days prior to arrival.
    •  2. Apply for a Bahamas Health Travel Visa -minors included at https://travel.gov.bs
    •  3. For the duration of the visit, complete a daily online health questionnaire for symptom tracking purposes.
    •  4. Take a COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test on Day 5 of the visit (unless departing on day 5). https://travel.gov.bs/testingcenters
    •  5. Always wear a mask and always social distance in public places.
       
  • In addition, beginning 14 November 2020, all visitors will be required to opt-in to mandatory COVID-19 health insurance when applying for their Health Travel Visa. The insurance will cover travellers for the duration of their stay in The Bahamas.
  • Prior to Travel:
    • 1. COVID-19 RT-PCR Test
      • All persons travelling to The Bahamas must obtain a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR (swab) test taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of arrival.
      • The name and address of the lab, where the test was performed, must be clearly displayed on the test result.
         
      • Exemptions: https://travel.gov.bs/ - Option on the form - Exemption Type (If applicable).
      • Children age ten (10) and under. (NOTE: All children (including infants) must be registered on one of the parents records. Once completed, Health visas application must be completed.)
      • Pilots and crew of commercial airlines who remain overnight in The Bahamas.
      • Inter-island travel, except for those travelling from Exuma, Grand Bahamas & New Providence to another island.
    • 2. Bahamas Health Travel Visa
      • Once in possession of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result, apply for a Bahamas Health Travel Visa at https://travel.gov.bs/
      • (NOTE: All Children (including infants) must be registered on one of the parents records. Once completed, Health visas application must be completed.)
      • Click on the International Tab and upload test results and other required documents.
      • Fees for the Bahamas Health Travel Visa, inclusive of Day 5 Rapid Antigen Test and mandatory health insurance, are as follows:
        • $40 – Visitors staying up to four nights and five days.
        • $40 – Citizens and returning residents.
        • $60 – Visitors staying more than four nights.
        • Free - Children 10 years and under
  • PERMITTED
    • Citizens & Residents Of The Bahamas, Homeowners In The Bahamas and Incoming Visitors – refer to website for protocols https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
    • International Private Charter Flights Arriving Empty To Collect Passengers. Private pilots who do not deplane, are not required to take the test.
    • US Military & Emergency Medical Flights.
    • Private Pilots arriving and will be in country for less than 24 hours even if overnighting are requested to complete the Bahamas Travel Health Visa https://travel.gov.bs/ and upload their pilot Identification. If you are in Country for less than 24 hours you do not require a RT-PCR Covid-19 Molecular Swab Test with negative results from an accredited lab. Option on the form - Exemption Type (If applicable).
    • Children Ten (10) years old and under are not required to take a test. https://travel.gov.bs/ - Option on the form - Exemption Type (If applicable). (NOTE: All children (including infants) must be registered on one of the parents records. Once completed, Health visas application must be completed.)
    • Cargo & Courier Flights. Private pilots who do not deplane, are not required to take the test.
    • During Travel
      • Wear a face mask -  Entering and transiting terminals
      • Comply with health monitoring procedures:
        • Any visitor who exhibits Covid-19 symptoms at any time during their stay will be required to take a Rapid Antigen Test and received negative results  before being permitted to continue their vacation
        • If a person test positive they will be require to follow up with a Covid-19 RTPCR test
      • Travellers who are staying in The Bahamas longer than four(4) nights/five(5) days will be required to take a rapid Covid-19 antigen test.  All visitors on or before day five(5) will not be required to obtain this test. The rapid test are easy, quick and will yield results in 60 minutes or less with results being provided electronically via SMS text message and email. https://travel.gov.bs/testingcenters
        • All persons entering the country may be subject to Thermal Temperature Screening.
        • Follow physical distancing directions.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • International Private Charter Flights Arriving Empty To Collect Passengers.  Private pilots who do not deplane, are not required to take the test.
  • US Military, Emergency Medical Flights.
  • Private Pilots arriving and will be in country for less than 24 hours even if overnighting are requested to complete the Bahamas Travel Health Visa https://travel.gov.bs/ and upload their pilot Identification.  If you are in Country for less than 24 hours you do not require a RT-PCR Covid-19 Molecular Swab Test with negative results from an accredited lab but you will have to quarantine at you hotel facility
  • Cargo & Courier Flights. Private pilots who do not deplane, are not required to take the test.All international flights require approval from The Competent Authority prior to operation.  Email -  [email protected] .
  • Inter-Island Travel To Family Islands (For more information visit WWW.OPM.GOV.BS).  Passengers travelling from New Providence, Grand Bahama and Bimini by aircraft, mailboat or passenger ferry will be required to complete a standardized travel form and a standardized health form at the time of check-in. These short forms will be used to collect contact information and a COVID19 risk assessment for health officials.
     

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • THE GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS INTRODUCES NEW TRAVEL AND TESTING PROTOCOLS DESIGNED TO ELIMINATE THE NEED TO QUARANTINE (Please read the latest press release) Nov 1st
     

 

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

NO DATE GIVEN PLEASE CHECK PRIOR TO EACH TRIP
 

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • Masks not required during exercise – indoor or outdoor; however, masks are required up to the point of exercise and immediately after. Masks must be visible and easily identifiable on your person during exercise.
  • Masks required on entry and exit of beaches, for all Bahamians, residents and visitors
  • Royal Bahamas Police Force charged with leading the establishment of a COVID-19 Enforcement Unit to ensure compliance with and enforcement of the Emergency Orders. The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Tourism will collaborate with and assist the RBPF.
  • New fines for all persons, including Bahamians, residents and visitors, not wearing face mask of $200 or a period of one month imprisonment or both
  • Fines for business establishments who allow patrons to enter without a mask will be $500 on the first occurrence and $1,000 on the second occurrence. On the third occurrence, the business may be temporarily closed or required to pay a greater level of fines.
  • Government will not grant approval for a free-trade zone on the island of Andros, nor will it alienate or sell-off vast tracts of land in The Bahamas.
  • Inter-Island Travel To Family Islands (For more information visit WWW.OPM.GOV.BS).  Passengers travelling from New Providence, Grand Bahama and Bimini by aircraft, mailboat or passenger ferry will be required to complete a standardized travel form and a standardized health form online https://travel.gov.bs/domestic or at the time of check-in. These forms will be used to collect contact information and a COVID19 risk assessment for health officials.
  • New Providence,  Abaco, Eleuthera, Exuma & Grand Bahamas Only  -  Checkout the Interactive Island Guide  at  https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening - Interactive Island Guide - click on Island
     
  • Effective December 1, 2020  - Curfew for New Providence, Abaco, Eleuthera, Exuma & Grand Bahama  will extend Monday through Sunday from 2200L/0200UTC to  0500L/1000UTC the following morning
     
  • Inter-Island Travel To & Within Family Islands.
    • Prior approval is required for flights – request to be forwarded to [email protected] 
    • (For more information visit https://www.opm.gov.bs/ . All travelers traveling within the Bahamas are required to complete an electronic Health Visa prior to departure https://travel.gov.bs/domestic . Any airline or sea vessel operator who permits a passenger to board without wearing a face mask and without an approved Health Visa will face a fine per passenger not in compliance. Checkout the Interactive Island Guide at https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
    • Charters are allowed, including inter-island charters - must comply with the inter-island travel Orders.
    • Inter-island commercial air travel has resumed.
    • COVID-19 negative test results are no longer required for inter-island travel, except for those travelling from Exuma, Grand Bahamas & New Providence to another island
    • Travelling from New Providence to any family island, you will have to submit to mandatory quarantine for a period of 14-days or for the duration of stay if for a lesser period at a government identified facility or any appropriate facility as determined by the Ministry of Health.
    • A person who has entered the Bahamas and transiting through New Providence to a Family Island within a period of less than 24-hours shall not be required to obtain a further travel health visa or to submit to mandatory quarantine.
    • Travellers who are staying in The Bahamas longer than four(4) nights/five(5) days will be required to take a rapid Covid-19 antigen test. All visitors on or before day five(5) will not be required to obtain this test. The rapid test are easy, quick and will yield results in 60 minutes or less with results being provided electronically via SMS text message and email. https://travel.gov.bs/testingcenters
    • To be clear, if individuals travel to New Providence and seek to return to any other island they will be required to obtain a COVID-19 RTPCR negative test result and a domestic travel visa and will be required quarantine for 14 days.
       
    • The Bahamas is an archipelago with more than 700 islands and cays, spread over 100,000 square miles, which means conditions and instances of the virus can be different on each of the 16 islands available to welcome visitors. Travelers should check the status of their island destination before travelling by visiting Bahamas.com/travelupdates, where they can also review entry requirements applicable to each member of their party before booking a trip.
    • HOURS OF OPERATION – ODYSSEY AVIATION LOCATIONS  -  7 DAY A WEEK BEGINNING December 2, 2020
       
  • All Ground Handling Requests are to be forwarded via email to the respective location in advance of operation and confirmation received prior to arrival.
    • MYNN (Nassau) [email protected]@Odysseyaviation.com  0700/1200UTC - 2000L/0100UTC
    • Family Island Locations - 0700L/1300UTC - 1700L/2200UTC
    • MYEF  (Exuma)  [email protected]
    • MYEM & MYER (Governor’s Harbour & Rock Sound)  [email protected]
    • Kindly note Odyssey Aviation MYSM ceased operation October 31, 2020. Handling arrangement for MYSM can be arranged by contacting our Exuma (MYEF location) [email protected]
  • After-Hour operations 
  • Request for flights will be reviewed on a case by case basis – Inbound or Outbound. Prior approval for operation is required.
  • Emergency or Military flights allowed After-Hours.
  •                     *Before traveling:
  • Please keep checking URL links above and following for updates on the latest news regarding entry protocols, curfews and restrictions.
  • Requirements can change overnight depending on the Islands that you are visiting...
  • https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
  • https://opm.gov.bs/category/press-room/emergency-orders-covid-19/
  • Information for boaters - https://bahamasmarinas.com/
     
  • More useful links-
  • IATA https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm
  • US Embassy, Nassau - https://bs.usembassy.gov/health-alert-the-bahamas/.
  • For various nations- https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice?fbclid=IwAR0yTi7AsQtT4Ql3mJezunDvSxh0XGyR8AwvQ2jT9Wsp-N2PqlyEpcp8kw4
  • For UK and commonwealth- https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-advice-novel-coronavirus
  • LPIA-  https://nassaulpia.com/lpia-covid-19-fact-sheet/?fbclid=IwAR2uAcMHGal3px_ZpJKsC79hM4YbEZ8VFl4SiMtbWGunbQrnv0Pf5r4PqKE

 

NOTAMS FOUND RELATED TO COVID 19 AT MYNN & MYNA FIR
A0380/20 NOTAMN Q) MYNA/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999 A) MYNN B) 2011040200 C) 2101292359 D) 2030 UTC - 1330 UTC E) AIRLINE AND GROUND HANDLIING SER FOR INTL AIRLINES ARE SUSPENDED BTN THE HR OF 2030UTC ? 1330UTC DUE TO MINIMAL STAFF DURING COVID 19 PANDEMIC WITH EXCEPTION TO UNFORSEEN DEP DLA INTL ACFT REQ EMERG DIVERSIONS TO MYNN ARE ADV OF A 20-45 MINUTE RESPONSE TIME FOR GROUND HANDILING SER UPON LDG BTW THE HRS OF 2030UTC ? 1330UTC EMERG THAT REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE ARE ADV TO DIV TO ALTN AD IF DLA OF SER MAY INCREASE THE CRITICAL NATURE OF THE EMERG
A0384/20 NOTAMN Q) MYNA/QOAAH/IV/BO/A/000/999 A) MYNN B) 2011042200 C) 2101292359 E) DUE TO COVID-19 AIS OPR HR OF SER ARE NOW 1400UTC TO 2100UTC
A0394/20 NOTAMN Q) MYNA/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999 A) MYNA B) 2011091400 C) 2012302359 E) MYEH MYEM MYER AD LTD TO MEDEVAC INTL FLT AND CONNECTING INTL FLT ONLY MEDEVAC REQUIRE WRITTEN CONFIRMATION OF EMERG SIGNED BY MEDICAL PROFESIONAL OR ISLAND ADMINISTRATOR CONNECTING INTL FLT REQUIRE PAX LIST AND CONNECTING FLT TICKET TO INTL DEST

Barbados - Open with Restrictions - 01/05/2021

BARBADOS

Date: 01/05/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions

 

Passenger Arrival Form | Port Health Form V5

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

 

  • Please see attached Barbados Protocols for arriving passengers these are tailored to passengers arriving on commercial flights
  • The protocols change so quickly,  it’s best now in this ever changing environment your operations check on the location protocols prior to flight.
  • Please note Barbados Covid 19 Protocols were updated as of 28th Dec.
  • Please see link below for updates. There are now two Health Forms which passengers need to complete and sent to us prior to arrival. Forms are attached. Please update your database accordingly
  • Barbados Protocols Link
  • https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.visitbarbados.org%2Fcovid-19-travel-guidelines-2020%23health-protocol&data=04%7C01%7CMPatino%40wfscorp.com%7C8104d990ee934935239908d8ab78ed46%7C95e2a768a0fd4363bde4fbd963fc1153%7C1%7C0%7C637447883365344992%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=LmDJdHv4tVH3msJHHdlfCFB38C1%2Fghcht3MQvHX1XQE%3D&reserved=0
  • Requirements For Entry Into Barbados
    • Travelers to Barbados must complete a pre-arrival Online Immigration/Customs form at least 24 hrs before arrival. This online form will include personal health information related to COVID-19.
    • The Online Immigration/Customs form is available at www.travelform.gov.bb
    • Travelers who fall into the following categories:
      • Diplomats
      • Persons with a medical condition warranting special consideration (to be certified by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO));
      • Persons with a disability or travelling with persons with disabilities; and require special arrangements or considerations must send an email to [email protected] containing such particulars to allow for the consideration and justification of the request for special arrangements or considerations. This email should be submitted no less than 72 hours prior to arrival.
      • Any special considerations given under this section shall be specific and shall not exempt the person from any other requirement, obligation or condition associated with their risk category.
    • With effect from September 19th it will be mandatory for all persons travelling to Barbados from High, and Medium risk countries to take a COVID-19 PCR test from an accredited or certified facility/ laboratory within 72 hours prior to arrival in order to enter the country.
    • Persons travelling from Low-Risk countries, in order to expedite processing through the airport are strongly advised to take, and will be allowed to present results of, tests taken up to 5 days prior to arrival. Relevant accrediting bodies and standards include: ISO:15189, CAP, UKAS or the equivalent. 
    • Test results must be submitted electronically at www.travelform.gov.bb and travellers are required to present a copy of test results bearing their name on arrival. Test results must be validated by the Ministry of Health and Wellness in Barbados. Test results should be presented in English to facilitate validation.
    • Persons travelling from countries within the Very Low-Risk category, who have not travelled to or transited through any country designated as High, Medium or Low-Risk within 21 days prior to travel to Barbados, are not required to take a COVID-19 PCR test prior to or on arrival. These travelers will be permitted to leave the airport after clearance by Immigration, Customs and Port Health Officials. (Please see document attached for the Country Risk Categories)
    • Persons arriving in Barbados from High or Medium Risk countries without a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result from an accredited or recognized laboratory may be denied entry in to the country. Persons from Low-Risk countries without a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result from an accredited or recognized laboratory will be required to take a test upon arrival. In all cases if testing is done on arrival for any reason or for any risk category the following will apply:
      • Persons travelling from High-Risk countries or who have visited or transited through a High-Risk country in the past 21 days will be tested at the airport free of charge. These travelers shall be required to remain at the airport or a government approved facility until the results are available. (Please see document attached for the Country Risk Categories)
      • Persons travelling from Medium-Risk and Low-Risk countries can either: (Please see document attached for the Country Risk Categories)
        • Be tested at the airport free of charge and can await their results at the airport or other government approved facility; or await their results at a designated holding hotel or Approved Villa at their own expense.
        • Be tested at one of the approved satellite sites/hotels for a fee of USD $150 plus the cost of the hotel stay.
    • All persons must remain in their chosen accommodation until they receive their results. Test results are generally available within 24 hours.
    • The Ministry of Health and Wellness reserves the right to require testing of any person regardless of documentation presented or any other requirement, obligation or condition associated with their assigned risk category.
  • Procedures at the Grantley Adams International Airport
    • Masks must be worn at all times while at the airport.
    • All incoming travelers must undergo a health assessment which may include a temperature check and a brief interview by Port Health Officials.
    • Subject to item 6 under Section: Requirements for Entry into Barbados noted above, all incoming travelers who have taken a COVID-19 PCR test prior to arrival, will be required to present the results for review by the Ministry of Health and Wellness in Barbados. This test must have been conducted within the period specified in item 4 under Section: Requirements for Entry into Barbados to be deemed valid. Any person who fails to satisfy these requirements must undergo a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival in Barbados.
    • A visitor from High, Medium and Low-Risk countries who does not present a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result and who declines testing on arrival will be denied entry into Barbados.
    • Citizens, Permanent Residents and persons with permanent status who do not present a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result and who decline testing on arrival will be quarantined in a government facility.
    • Persons travelling from Medium and Low-Risk countries who arrive with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be permitted to leave the airport after clearance by Immigration, Customs and Port Health Officials.
    • Those persons travelling from Medium-Risk countries will be monitored daily for the onset of symptoms for a period of 7 days. Effective September 14, 2020, these persons will be required to take a second COVID-19 PCR test between 5-7 days after arrival. If persons refuse the 2nd test they will be subject to quarantine for 7 days. Persons taking the second test will not be subject to quarantine while they await their test results but are asked to take careful note of their movements and persons with whom they interact until the test results are returned. In the near future persons taking the second test will be asked to use the BIM Safe app for contact tracing.
    • Persons travelling from High-Risk countries with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be quarantined at a designated holding hotel or Approved Villa at their own expense, or free of charge at a government facility. These persons will be quarantined for a period of 14 days with an option to take a second COVID-19 PCR test between 5-7 days after arrival in Barbados. If the result of that second test is negative, that person will not be subject to further quarantine. (Please see document attached for the Country Risk Categories)

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • TECHNICAL STOPS FOR FUEL are allowed all passengers must remain onboard of aircraft and crew can descent from the aircraft they will be testing their temperatures and can perform their duties (aircraft walk around, supervise the fuel upload)
  • NO overnights at TBPB if they do not have on board the PCR test 72 hours prior to travel

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Citizens, Permanent Residents and persons with permanent status who do not present a valid
    negative test result and decline testing on arrival will be quarantined in a Government facility.

 

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

  • No new date given only recommend to review with local handler and check NOTAMS if new
    information issued

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • NO COVID 19 RELATED NOTAMS FOUND  TBPB Airport

 

Belize - Open with Restrictions - 10/02/2020

BELIZE

 Date: 10/02/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • The Phillip S. W. Goldson International re - open on 1st October and we ARE  here to welcome your business
  • We encourage you to visit www.travelbelize.org regularly for updates on Covid-19 ; as the situation remains fluid
    • A Covid test is required 3 days prior to arrival and everyone will need to download Belize’s Health app.  
    • 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
    • Click here https://www.belizetourismboard.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/BzeReqirements-Matrix_Sep24.png to view visitor classification and entry requirements
    • The Belize Health App is requiered to enter Belize and will be available for download on Google play and in the App Store. You can download the App at any time prior to your trip to Belize, but you should enter your personal information within 72 hours of your arrival in Belize
    • If you don´t have a smart phone you can also download the Belize Health App to a tablet. You should enter your personal information within 72 hours of boarding your flight to Belize ; and must have the device with you when arrive in Belize.
    • Belizeans and Residents (Including Permanent Residents,Valid Work Permits and Belizean Diaspora)
      • Register to enter the country by visiting www.COVID19.BZ through the controlled repatriation process
    • Persons with Business concerns in Belize (non-work permits)
      • Apply to visit during this phase by visiting www.COVID19.Bz ; Must submit proof of investments in Belize and provide an itinerary for duration of visit
      • Download Belize Health App and complete required information
      • Book your stay at an approved Gold Standard hotel or provide proof of owned property
      • A mandatory PCR test within 72 hours of boarding flight is required. Depending on your health screening results, you may be randomly selected for secondary testing  
    • Foreign second home owners, Qualified Retired Persons (QRPs) ; and long stay non-nationals
      • Apply to visit during this phase by visiting www.COVID19.Bz; must submit proof of home ownership/lease in Belize or QRP ID Card
      • Download Belize Health App and complete required information
    • Foreign Tourist
      • Download Belize Health App and complete required information. You will then receive a unique ID to travel within the Tourism Safe Corridor
      • Book your stay at an approved Gold Standard Hotel
      • Take a PCR test within 72 hours of boarding flight as a negative result will provide a ´fast track´ arrival process. Depending on your health screening results, you may be randomly selected for secondary testing. 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Tech stops are allowed crews can deplane the aircraft but must observe social distance / NO crew are accepted to rest 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  

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 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.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1615/20 NOTAMN 

Q) MHCC/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1732N08818W005

A) MZBZ B) 2010011400 C) 2011152359

D) DAILY

E)

AD HR SER NOW CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND CONTINGENCY OPS.

F) SFC G) UNL

Bermuda - Open with Restrictions - 11/10/2020

BERMUDA

Date: 11/10/2020

Subject: Latest Country Updates through Open

 

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.
  • AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS
    • Cedar Aviation along with the Bermuda Government’s Department of Health have limited non-emergency operating hours to occur between 0900L and 1700L to reduce the potential for spreading Covid 19 at our facility and amongst our staff and to have the necessary resources to handle all flight operations.  We are flexible to receive any medevac flights and emergency operations and will advise availability for any other flights. 
    • Please use the link https://cedar.vortexcms.com/ppr to access the Cedar Aviation Handling Confirmation process and submit your handling request to Cedar Aviation.   The online process is intended to streamline the confirmation for all General Aviation flights into Bermuda. Any questions that arise from using the system should be emailed to [email protected] and copied to [email protected] and [email protected]   
    • Additionally, flights operating between 2300L and 0700L  must also receive prior permission (PPR) from the Skyport Authority via the link https://bda.vortexcms.com/ppr.
    • All flights must receive prior permission.  The request must be submitted 48 hours in advance of the intended operation.  Cedar intends to provide final confirmation of your handling request at least 24 hours prior to your intended arrival.
    • Health Declarations Forms are required to be completed by all Flight Crews and Medical Crews who intend to leave on the same day. These are embedded in the vortex application mentioned above
    • Traveler’s Authorization Forms are required to be completed by all flight crew, medical crew, patients and passengers 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.
    • If operating as Part 135 (Charter Operation) you will additionally need to apply for an Operators Permit to be obtained from the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority at [email protected],
    • Website   http://www.bcaa.bm/visiting-aircraft-flight-permits.
  • COVID TESTING 
    • Effective July 11, there is a requirement to be Covid tested.  Accordingly, visitors must take a certified RT-PCR COVID-19 test (nasal swab), ideally, no more than seven days prior to departure, and obtain a negative result. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Children aged 10 to 17 may opt for an oral swab.  Children who are 9 years’ old and younger are exempt and are subject to their adult travel companion’s quarantine.  Whilst awaiting the results of the on-island test, the passenger will be required to self-quarantine at their designated accommodation until the results are known.  If both results are negative, the passenger 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
    • Travelers will then be tested on days 4, 8 and 14 of their visit. The date of arrival is counted as day 0.
    • 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.  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
    • 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. 
    • Travelers information - https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • 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

  • Effective July 11, there is a requirement to be Covid tested.  Accordingly, visitors must take a certified RT-PCR COVID-19 test (nasal swab), ideally, no more than seven days prior to departure, and obtain a negative result. This applies to adults and children aged 10 and up. Children aged 10 to 17 may opt for an oral swab.  Children who are 9 years’ old and younger are exempt and are subject to their adult travel companion’s quarantine.  Whilst awaiting the results of the on-island test, the passenger will be required to self-quarantine at their designated accommodation until the results are known.  If both results are negative, the passenger 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
  • Travelers will then be tested on days 4, 8 and 14 of their visit. The date of arrival is counted as day 0.
  • 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.  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

 

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

  • Open with restrictions

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

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
 

A0154/20 NOTAMN Q) TXKF/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2009302300 C) 2012011000 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.
 

A0173/20 NOTAMR A0172/20 Q) TXKF/QMRLC/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2011090200 C) 2011121100 D) DLY 0200-1100 E) RWY 12/30 CLSD DUE TO MEN AND EQPT. SAR AND DECLARED INFLIGHT TECHNICAL EMERG WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED AND REQUIRE 30 MIN FOR PULLBACK.

Bolivia - Open with Restrictions - 11/05/2020

BOLIVIA

 

Date:               11/05/2020

Subject:           Latest country restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No restrictions. Private and charter flights must request a landing permit to Bolivia CAA with at least 48 working hours in advance.
  • Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest
  • No restrictions. Private and charter flights must request a landing permit to Bolivia CAA with at least 48 working hours in advance.  
     

Quarantine Requirements

  • Air borders are open and commercial flights are permitted to operate. Returning Bolivian citizens and residents, foreign nationals, diplomats, members of special missions and international organizations, technical specialists, and drivers of international goods and cargo will be permitted to return to the country with no enforced quarantine upon their arrival provided that they submit a valid certification of the PCR test specifically for COVID-19 with a negative result prior to the flight dated within seven days of the return flight.
     

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

  • Any time depending on the progress of the Covid19 in the country.
     

Any other pertinent information

  • Curfew Monday to Sunday: Persons and vehicles are prohibited from circulating between the nighttime hours of 00:00 and 05:00, but may circulate during the day. These measures vary by municipality.
  • Travelers should be prepared for additional travel restrictions affecting international travel to be put into effect with little or no advance notice.  Visit the Official Site of the Government of Bolivia on COVID-19 for updated information on these measures.

 

Latest NOTAM

A0963/20 NOTAMR A0917/20

Q) SLLF/QFAXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1630S06811W999

A) SLLF B) 2009301835 C) 2011010400 EST

E) BY GOVERNMENTAL DISPOSITION OF THE PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA,

ARRENGES THE TRANSITION FROM QUARANTINE TO THE POST-CONFINEMENT

PHASE IN PREVENTION OF COVID-19 INFECTION. THE AIRPORTS EL ALTO INTL

AP SLLP, JORGE WILSTERMANN INTL AP SLCB AND VIRU VIRU INTL AP SLVR

ARE AVAILABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS PRIOR COMPLIANCE WITH HEALTH

REGULATIONS

 

 

 

Brazil - Open with Restrictions - 12/17/2020

BRAZIL

Date: 12/17/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions OPEN

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No business flight restrictions.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Are permitted

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Quarantine is not required neither to present COVID19 PCR or similar tests.

 

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

  • N/A

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Use of mask is mandatory in Brazil.
  • “Art. 6 The restrictions mentioned in this Ordinance do not prevent the entry of foreigners in the country by air, provided that the appropriate migratory requirements are obeyed their condition, including that of having an entry visa, when this is required by the Brazilian legal system. 
  • The foreign passenger on a visit to the country for a short stay duration, up to ninety days, must present to the transport company, before the boarding pass, proof of purchase of health insurance valid in Brazil and with coverage for the entire period of travel, under penalty of being prevented from entering national territory by migratory authority at the provocation of the health authority.
  • They are temporarily prohibited during the period of validity of the present ordinance, international flights that have as their arrival point in Brazil the airports located in the following states:
    • I - Mato Grosso do Sul; (SBCY ie)
    • II - Paraíba; (NIL frequently used airports)
    • III - Rondônia; (SBPV, not used very often)
    • IV - Rio Grande do Sul; and (SBPA ie)
    • V - Tocantins. (NIL frequently used airports)
  • The provisions of § 2 may be revised at any time due to ANVISA's evaluation.”

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • N/A

British Virgin Islands - Open with Restrictions - 01/07/2021

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS


Date: 01/07/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions

 

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

Business Flight Restrictions

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions.

  • Technical refueling is available
  • If crew request to RON, they will be required to have a copy of a negative Covid test upon arrival.
  • Please note application must be made via “www.bvigateway.bviaa.com”
  • This process requires a 48 hours application and crew will be tested on arrival and self-isolate until their departure

 

Quarantine Requirements.

  • Quarantine after arrival is required for four days; within the confines of an approved property or vessel. 
  • Cabinet decided that Phase III Testing Protocol, as amended, which requires certified RT-PCR testing at various intervals and sites for all arriving travelers in order to manage the risk of COVID-19 transmission while reducing quarantine requirements during the incubation period for the disease as follows
    • testing and quarantine protocols apply to all travelers inclusive of Tourists, Residents, Belongers and Work Permit holders;
    • Cabinet decided that all travelers will be required to download the approved app and must be issued a Travel Certificate;
    • Cabinet decided that the following tests will be required:
    • A Certified RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travelers from low risk countries; and within three days prior to arrival for all travelers from medium and high risks countries.
    • a test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property; and
    • A test after 4 complete days of quarantine, which if negative, allows movement within the Territory.
    • Cabinet decided that a traveler who tests positive before arrival will not be allowed to enter the Virgin Islands;
    • Cabinet decided that a positive test at any stage upon arrival will require fourteen (14) days quarantine; and for the avoidance of doubt
    • To allow a mandatory quarantine period of four (4) days within the confines of an approved property or vessel.
    • Cabinet further decided that the Protocol for Vessel Arrivals will require certified RT-PCR testing and provide for quarantine accommodations aboard vessels as well as restricted movement within Territorial waters as follows:
    • Four (4) days quarantine will be undertaken on the vessels at mooring sites to be approved by the Minister for Health and Social Development in consultation with the Minister for Natural Resources, Labor and Immigration;
    • Cabinet decided that vessels will be able to move within territorial waters during the quarantine period but they may only moor at approved sites as approved by the Minister for Health and Social Development in consultation with the Minister for Natural Resources, Labor and Immigration;
    • That Mega yachts will be approved entry in accordance with established marine protocols, except otherwise as approved by the Minister for Health and Social Development.

 

 

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

  • We will advise when known /NO date given from Handler as they mentioned they are now open and as good International practice please check before each trip.

 

 

Any other pertinent information

 

NOTAMS  TUPJ

 A2269/20 NOTAMR A1961/20 Q) TJZS/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1827N06432W005 A) TUPJ B)

2011241159 C) 2101310100 EST D) DLY : 1100 - 0100 E) AD HR OF OPR DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

 

A2449/20 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QFAXX///A/000/999/1827N06432W005 A) TUPJ B) 2012172030 C)

2103171100 EST E) PPR REQUIRED 24 HRS BEFORE FOR ALL FLIGHTS ARRIVING AT AD. REQUEST

SHALL BE MADE VIA OPS(AT)BVIAA.COM

 

A2385/20 NOTAMR A2276/20 Q) TJZS/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1827N06433W005 A) TUPJ B)

2012051915 C) 2102121100 EST E) DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THE GOVERNMENT OF

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS IS RESTRICTING ALL FLIGHT OPERATIONS INTO AND OUT OF THE TERRANCE

B LETTSOME INTL AIRPORT WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CARGO, FREIGHT AND MEDICAL EVACUATION

AND REPATRIATION FLIGHTS. OPERATORS REQUESTING APPROVAL FOR A REPATRIATION FLIGHT

SHOULD CONTACT BVIAA OPERATION AT OPS AT BVIAA.COM. ALL EXEMPTED ARRIVING FLIGHT

CREWS, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE INVOLVED IN A MEDICAL EVACUATION, SHALL REMAIN IN

THE IMMEDIATE ENVIRONS OF THEIR ACFT

  •  

  •  

Canada - Open with Restrictions - 01/01/2021

CANADA


Date: 1/1/2021 
Subject: COVID Country Restrictions through TBD

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • 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.
  • Starting January 7, 2021, air travelers 5 years of age or older will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result to the airline prior to boarding international flights bound for Canada. The test must be performed using a COVID-19 molecular polymerase chain reaction (or PCR) test and must be taken within 72 hours prior to the traveler’s scheduled departure to Canada.
  • Anyone who receives a negative test result and is authorized to enter Canada must still complete the full, mandatory 14-day quarantine. The Government of Canadan will be further increasing surveillance efforts to ensure travelers entering Canada complete the applicable mandatory 14-day quarantine period under the Quarantine Act.
  • 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
    • 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
  • In addition, all commercial air service conducting scheduled international service for the transport of passengers on an inbound flights to Canada, excluding direct flights from the U.S.A., Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, South America, St-Pierre Et Miquelon, must for the purpose of disembarking passengers land at one of the following airports
    • Aeroport Intl De Montreal-Trudeau
    • Calgary Intl Airport
    • Toronto-Pearson Intl Airport
    • Vancouver Intl Airport

 

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

 

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

  • No date / 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:
      • 1. Face additional delays at the border for public health questioning
      • 2. 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 

  • G1886/20

Cayman Islands

CAYMAN ISLANDS

Date: 10/09/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • At this time business flights are still not allowed 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical fuel stop is allow however have to obtain prior permission from CAA/CIG

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Yes Quarantine is required 14 days at Government facility are private home.

 

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

  • Restriction or base on results of a trial of testing and quarantine strategy phases.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • New In The Phase 1 Pilot Programme- Commencing 1st October 2020
  • Criteria For Entering The Cayman Islands 
  • In Phase 1 the categories of persons eligible to visit will be extended beyond Caymanians, permanent residents, work permit holders and their families, to also include:
    • Persons who own residential property within the Cayman Islands; and
    • Other approved visitors approved via the TravelTime process (TravelTime form) The category of ‘Other approved visitor’ includes students with a valid visa to study in the Cayman Islands, and persons with close family ties to residents or work permit holders, namely spouses, fiancés, parents, grandparents and siblings.
  • Due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, border opening and arrivals decisions will continue to be evaluated and the process is subject to change. Travellers are advised to check this website frequently for the latest news and information prior to confirming travel plans.
  • Entry Requirements
    • All persons wishing to enter the Cayman Islands will be required to apply to TravelTime for pre-approval to travel to the Cayman Islands from this TravelTime form.
    • When applying for pre-travel approval, travellers must:
    • Either request to participate in the Quarantine at Residence Programme and wear a geofencing monitoring device, OR agree to isolate on arrival in a government centre for a minimum of 16 days. The preferred option must be declared as part of the application through TravelTime.
    • Non-resident travellers must provide proof of health insurance that includes COVID-19 coverage.
  • All passengers must present their travel authorization certificate issued by TravelTime along with any other standard documents required for travel at flight check-in
    • Persons who do not participate in the Quarantine at Residence Programme will be required to isolate in a government facility for a minimum period of 16 days, comprising of 14 days quarantine with a PCR test on day 15. A negative test result is required to leave the facility. 
  • Two hotels are being used for the purpose of isolating for people who have returned from abroad. These are operating as isolation facilities rather than hotels.
    • Caymanians and permanent residents do not pay for isolation at these two hotels.
    • Work permit holders are required to pay for isolation. Two paid facilities are currently available: Palm Heights (starting at CI$5,250) and the Ritz-Carlton (starting at CI$9,000). These are operated on a first-come, first-served basis, depending on availability.
    • Other facilities may become available over the coming weeks.
  • Quarantine At Residence Programme
    • The locations where persons may quarantine will be expanded to allow for isolation in residential accommodations or other accommodations approved by the Medical Officer of Health, in addition to government-operated quarantine facilities which are coordinated by TravelTime prior to arrival.
  • Those wishing to quarantine in a residence will be required to:
    • Apply for approval through Travel Time exploregov.ky/traveltime
    • Remain in mandatory quarantine approved by the Medical Officer of Health
    • Will be required to isolate for a minimum period of 16 days, comprising of 14 days quarantine with a PCR test on day 15. A negative test result is required to leave the facility.
    • Acknowledge that others at their residence would also be required to quarantine
    • Wear a device with geo-fencing technology
    • Undergo COVID-19 testing on arrival at the airport
  • Note: Children aged 5 and up are required to wear monitoring device and to be PCR tested.
  • Repatriation flights (i.e. charters, etc.) are being allowed to return foreign residents to their respective countries.  The process for arranging such is as follows:   Special Permission Charter / Private Flights routed through [email protected]  The request for repatriation flights/air ambulances, which should include passenger information, along with the technical aviation details of the air operator to provide the service should be directed to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands, ground handling company in the Cayman Islands, the central coordinating organization. The CAACI will re-direct any special request or situations to the appropriate agency for approval and revert to the applicant with a decision and information. 
  • The aircraft operator should apply to the CAACI for the requisite operating permit or verification if they are in possession of an existing CAACI authorization. The application package can be found here: https://www.caacayman.com/wp-content/uploads/forms/Nonscheduled%20Operating%20Permits%20Application%20Package%20Revision%20June%202018.pdf and by using email address: [email protected] /
  • Please allow 6 business days for these requests to be processed.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

Chile - Open with Restrictions - 01/04/2021

CHILE

Last Updated: 01/04/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Only SCEL is authorized for foreigners arrival in chile and consider this information:
  • Foreigners who are not regularly resident in the country, may only enter the national territory, if they have a NEGATIVE PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 (FAST TEST IS NOT VALID), they must also have valid travel medical insurance, which cover those expenses that could cause emergency medical assistance or care emergency hospital during their entire stay in the country, their repatriation for medical reasons or for death. including coverage of any expenses originated by Covid-19..
  • The minimum amount of coverage for health benefits must be USD $ 30,000 dollars of the United States of North America. It will be the responsibility of the traveler, to extend the validity of the insurance in case of extending their travel over the declared time at the time of entry into the country.

 

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

  • In the case of non-resident foreigners on a regular basis who come from countries that World Health Organization has defined that there is community transmission, they must comply with the quarantine measure for 14 days, and it can only be interrupted to leave the national territory

 

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

  • Any person entering from abroad, regardless of nationality, place of origin or place of destination in Chile, must be in quarantine for 10 days. regardless if they have a negative PCR.
  • There are 2 option to leave this Quarantine :
    • 1.- Leave the country if the departure flight is less than 10 days from arrival.
    • 2.- Take a PCR test here in Chile, not before 6 days after the arrival and result negative.
  • You must complete in advance, the form of the Affidavit of the Traveler (available at www.c19.cl)
  • FLIGHTS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM ARE PROHIBITED TO LAND ON THE COUNTRY SINCE DECEMBER 22 AND THE ENTRY OF FOREIGNERS NON-RESIDENTS IN CHILE WHO HAVE BEEN IN THE LAST 14 DAYS IN BRITISH TERRITORY IS PROHIBITED ALSO.
  • CHILEAN OR FOREIGN RESIDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN IN THE UNITED KINGDOM IN THE LAST 14 DAYS WILL BE IN A MANDATORY QUARANTINE IN CHILE WHEN ARRIVING.
  • IN THE EVENT THAT THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT COMPLIED AND THE PASSENGER (S) CANNOT ENTER THE COUNTRY, THE OPERATOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR RETURNING THE PASSENGER TO THEIR PLACE OF ORIGIN AND COVERING ALL RELATED EXPENSES.
  • THE OPERATOR IS THE RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF NOT FULFILLING THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PASSENGERS NOT ENTERING CHILE AND RETURNING TO PLACE OF ORIGIN IMMEDIATELY.
  • Any person who enters from abroad, regardless of their nationality, place of origin or destination region in Chile, may be randomly selected by the Authorities at the time of arrival to take a exam for SARS-CoV-2 determined by the Health Authority. If a Chilean or Regular foreign resident does not agree to take the exam referred to in this paragraph, He or She must remain in quarantine for 10 days after entering the country even if a negative-result PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 is presented at arrival. In case of foreing non-resident passenger refuses to take the indicated exam,  the Sanitary Codex and in force sanitary regulations will apply for committing an infringement or in a worst case scenario, a felony, with jail or monetary penalties.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

 

PDF version of this information attached HERE

Colombia - Open - 11/10/2020

COLOMBIA

Date:          11/10/2020
Subject:     Latest country Restrictions - Open

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Colombia has opened for intl flights. no need of PCR test to enter Colombia (Accordingly to the resolution No.1972) Issued Nov 4  (attached). Check-Mig process must be completed and approved between 24 hours – 1 hour before departure. 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Nil

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Nil

 

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

  • Over

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Additional information attached HERE

 

LATEST NOTAMS 

  • Nil
     

Costa Rica - Open - 01/06/2021

Costa Rica

Last Updated: 01/06/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions 
through effective Open with Restrictions.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No restrictions

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • No restrictions 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS 

  • Fill out the electronic epidemiological HEALTH PASS form, available at https://salud.go.cr.
  • Traveler’s Medical Insurance - international or purchased in Costa Rica through the National Insurance Institute (INS - Instituto Nacional de Seguros) https://www.grupoins.com/seguroparaviajeros, or Sagicor https://tiendasagicor.com/en.
  • For international insurance policies, tourists must request a certificate from their insurance company, issued in English or Spanish, verifying at least the following three conditions. (This certificate must be uploaded when filling out the electronic epidemiological HEALTH PASS):
    • Effectiveness of the policy during the visit to Costa Rica.
    • Guaranteed coverage of medical expenses in the event of becoming ill with the pandemic COVID-19 virus while in Costa Rica, for at least USD $50,000 (fifty thousand United States Dollars).
    • Includes minimum coverage of USD $2,000 for lodging expenses issued as a result of the pandemic.
  • Passengers who fail to comply with these requirements may not enter the country.
  • Upon landing in Costa Rican territory, travelers must wear face protection and comply with the strict protocols of the air terminal with regard to physical distancing, disinfection of carpets, and taking temperature readings, and must follow any other sanitary instructions.

 

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

  • Undefined

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Overnight parking must be requested at least 24 hours prior operation date and is subject to authorities approval 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A2014/20 NOTAMR A1575/20 Q) MHCC/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1000N08413W005 A) MROC B) 2011252252 C) 2101312359 E) DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC EMERG FPL WILL ONLY BE RECEIVED BY EMAIL AISAIJS(A)DGAC.GO.CR TELEPHONE FOR INQUIRIES (506)24433170 (506)24414781

A2015/20 NOTAMR A1576/20 Q) MHCC/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1036N08533W005 A) MRLB B) 2011252254 C) 2101312359 E) DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC EMERG FPL WILL ONLY BE RECEIVED BY EMAIL ALIBERIA(A)DGAC.GO.CR TELEPHONE FOR INQUIRIES (506)26681026 (506)22428000 EXTENSION PHONE 9144

A0005/21 NOTAMR A2044/20 Q) MHCC/QFUAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/0957N08301W005 A) MRLM B) 2101011540 C) 2103302200 D) SUN-FRI 1400-2200 E) FUEL AVGAS AND JETA1 HR SERVICE

A2016/20 NOTAMR A1577/20 Q) MHCC/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/0957N08301W005 A) MRLM B) 2011252257 C) 2101312359 E) DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC EMERG FPL WILL ONLY BE RECEIVED BY EMAIL JJONES(A)DGAC.GO.CR TELEPHONE FOR INQUIRIES (506)21069156

A2018/20 NOTAMR A1778/20 Q) MHCC/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/0957N08301W005 A) MRLM B) 2011252302 C) 2101312359 E) AD ALLOWS ONLY THE ARRIVAL OF FLT CREWS, CARGO FLT AND TECHNICAL STOPS WHERE PAX DO NOT DISEMBARK OR AT ALTN IDENTIFIED IN FPL TO ADDRESS WX OR ACFT SAFETY SITUATIONS DUE TO COVID-19

A2013/20 NOTAMR A1574/20 Q) MHCC/QXXXX/IV/M/A/000/999/0957N08408W005 A) MRPV B) 2011252248 C) 2101312359 E) DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC EMERG FPL WILL ONLY BE RECEIVED BY EMAIL AISAROPAVAS(A)DGAC.GO.CR TELEPHONE FOR INQUIRIES (506)22328049 (506)21069118

A2017/20 NOTAMR A1777/20 Q) MHCC/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/0957N08408W005 A) MRPV B) 2011252259 C) 2101312359 E) AD ALLOWS ONLY THE ARRIVAL OF FLT CREWS, CARGO FLT AND TECHNICAL STOPS WHERE PAX DO NOT DISEMBARK OR AT ALTN IDENTIFIED IN FPL TO ADDRESS WX OR ACFT SAFETY SITUATIONS DUE TO COVID-19

Cuba

CUBA

Date: 10/09/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through October 16, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE WORLD AND CUBAN EPIDEOMOLOGICAL SITUATION IN RECOVERY POST COVID 19, THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA UPDATE THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY THE CURRENT MEASURES:
    • ​​AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ARE PERMITTED ONLY IN THE INTEREST OF MEDICAL COLLABORATION, HUMANITARIAN AND CARGO ASSISTANCE, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ESTABLISHED SANITARY MEASURES.
    • THE HAVANA FIR / CTA AND THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE AS PUBLISHED IN AIP CUBA WITH ALL ITS SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR THE OPERATIONS LINKED TO THE PREVIOUS PARAGRAPH. EXCEPT ARE THE AIRPORTS OF CAYO LARGO DEL SUR ( MUCL ), SANTA CLARA ( MUSC ) AND JARDINES DEL REY ( MUCC ) WHICH WILL RESTART INTERNATIONAL TOURISM OPERATIONS IN THE HOTELS OF THE NORTH AND SOUTHERN CUBA CAYS, FOR WHICH THE INTERESTED AIRLINES SHOULD SEND THEIR REQUESTS TO THE IACC
  • IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES A NEW OPERATIONAL MEASURE:
    • THE AIRCRAFT AUTHORIZED TO LAND IN THE CASE OF TRANSPORTING PASSENGERS IN TRANSIT MUST REMAIN ON THE AIRCRAFT.
  • IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES A NEW OPERATIONAL MEASURE:
    • INTERRUPT THE OUTFLOW OF CUBAN CITIZENS RESIDING IN CUBA, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
  • INFORMATION TO ALL OPERATORS OF AIRLINES INTERESTED IN BEGINNING TOURISTIC OPERATIONS IN CUBA CONTACT THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA. IACC

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • 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 (APPLIES JUST FOR AIRLINE CREWS)

  • 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)

 

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

  • ACCORDING TO THE NOTAMS October 01, 2020 for this conditions to be in force.

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES AND COMMUNICATES A NEW OPERATIONAL MEASURE:
    • ALL CUBAN CITIZENS AND FOREIGNERS RESIDING IN THE COUNTRY WHOSE ARRIVAL OCCURS FROM TUESDAY, MARCH 25 AT 0400 UTC, THEY CAN ONLY ENTER THE COUNTRY WITH HAND LUGGAGE AND A PIECE OF HOLD LUGGAGE OF UP TO 32 KG)

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A3743/20 NOTAMN

Q) MUFH/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/2107N07944W999

A) MUFH B) 2009250108 C) 2011300500

E) INFORMATION TO ALL OPERATORS OF AIRLINES INTERESTED IN BEGINNING 

TOURISTIC OPERATIONS IN CUBA CONTACT THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF 

CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA. IACC

 

A3610/20 NOTAMR A3340/20

Q) MUFH/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/2107N07944W999

A) MUFH B) 2009171437 C) 2010160400

E) IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE 

REPUBLIC OF CUBA, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE WORLD AND CUBAN 

EPIDEOMOLOGIC AL SITUATION IN RECOVERY POST COVID 19, THE 

AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA UPDATE THE 

AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY THE CURRENT MEASURES: 

-AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ARE PERMITTED ONLY IN THE INTEREST OF MEDICAL 

COLLABORATION, HUMANITARIAN AND CARGO ASSISTANCE, IN COMPLIANCE 

WITH THE ESTABLISHED SANITARY MEASURES. 

-THE HAVANA FIR / CTA AND THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS WILL CONTINUE 

TO OPERATE AS PUBLISHED IN AIP CUBA WITH ALL ITS SERVICES AVAILABLE 

FOR THE OPERATIONS LINKED TO THE PREVIOUS PARAGRAPH. EXCEPT ARE THE 

AIRPORTS OF CAYO LARGO DEL SUR ( MUCL ), SANTA CLARA ( MUSC ) AND 

JARDINES DEL REY ( MUCC ) WHICH WILL RESTART INTERNATIONAL TOURISM 

OPERATIONS IN THE HOTELS OF THE NORTH AND SOUTHERN CUBA CAYS, FOR 

WHICH

 

A3611/20 NOTAMR A3341/20

Q) MUFH/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/2107N07944W999

A) MUFH B) 2009171437 C) 2010160400

E) IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE 

REPUBLIC OF CUBA TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, 

THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA 

UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES AND 

COMMUNICATES A NEW OPERATIONAL MEASURE: 

ALL CUBAN CITIZENS AND FOREIGNERS RESIDING IN THE COUNTRY WHOSE 

ARRIVAL OCCURS FROM TUESDAY, MARCH 25 AT 0400 UTC, THEY CAN ONLY 

ENTER THE COUNTRY WITH HAND LUGGAGE AND A PIECE OF HOLD LUGGAGE OF 

UP TO 32 KG

 

A3612/20 NOTAMR A3342/20

Q) MUFH/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/2107N07944W999

A) MUFH B) 2009171438 C) 2010160400

E) IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE 

REPUBLIC OF CUBA TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. 

THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA 

UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES A NEW 

OPERATIONAL MEASURE: 

-THE AIRCRAFT AUTHORIZED TO LAND IN THE CASE OF TRANSPORTING 

PASSENGERS IN TRANSIT MUST REMAIN ON THE AIRCRAFT.

 

A3613/20 NOTAMR A3343/20

Q) MUFH/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/2107N07944W999

A) MUFH B) 2009171438 C) 2010160400

E) IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE 

REPUBLIC OF CUBA TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. 

THE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION OF CUBA 

UPDATES THE AERONAUTICAL COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATES A NEW 

OPERATIONAL MEASURE: 

INTERRUPT THE OUTFLOW OF CUBAN CITIZENS RESIDING IN CUBA, EFFECTIVE 

IMMEDIATELY

Curacao - Open with Restrictions - 12/02/2020

Curacao

Update:                12/02/2020
Subject:                Latest Country Restrictions through  January 15 2021

 

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:
    • Please CC us in your correspondence in order for us to help with the follow-up (Handler)
  • 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.

 

Latest 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
 

Dominica - Open with Restrictions - 12/02/2020

DOMINICA

 

Date:                     12/02/2020
Subject:                Latest Country Restrictions through Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions. 

  • Types of flights allowed include: Business, Leisure / Tourism, Tech Stops, Humanitarian, Ferry
  • 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.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight 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. 
  •  For preapproval, contact 1-767-235-4009.  Restriction does not apply to outgoing flights, cargo flights, commercial courier flights, emergency flights, or flight carrying any Diplomat. 
  • Entry requirements and disembarkation and quarantine protocols vary depending on the country of origin risk level.  Country risk categorization will be reviewed and published on a weekly basis: Children under 5 year are exempt from testing fees.

 

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

  • Unknown // by NOTAM for the PPR it is December 19th

 

 

Any other pertinent information: 

 

NOTAMS ATTACHED AND BELOW:

A1717/20 NOTAMR A1535/20 Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD B) 2009020020 C) 2012022359 EST D) DLY : 1000 TO 2359 E) AD OPR HR CHANGED. PRIOR NOTICE IS REQUIRED FOR OPERATION OCCURRING AFTER 0000.
 

A2093/20 NOTAMR A1682/20 Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD B) 2010282010 C) 2012312359 E) TRAVEL PROTOCOL FOR COUNTRIES WITHIN THE CARICOM TRAVEL BUBBLE: TRAVELLERS WHO HAVE VISITED THE COUNTRIES LISTED BELOW FOR A MAXIMUM OF 21 DAYS PRIOR TO TRAVEL WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE ONLINE AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN DOMINICA. CARICOM TRAVEL BUBBLE COUNTRIES ARE: BARBADOS, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ST VINCENT AND GRENADINES, ST LUCIA, GRENADA, ST KITTS AND NEVIS, MONTSERRAT, ANGUILLA.
 

A2202/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD PART 1 OF 3 B) 2011142210 C) 2012312359 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. PART 1 OF 3 A2202/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD PART 2 OF 3 B) 2011142210 C) 2012312359 E) (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 THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY: (I) TRAVELLERS WILL BE CONVEYED TO IMMIGRATION FOR PROCESSING AND CUSTOMS FOR SCREENING. (II) LUGGAGE TO BE SANITIZED UPON ARRIVAL AT AIRPORT WHEN TAKEN OFF CONVEYOR BELT. PART 2 OF 3 A2202/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD PART 3 OF 3 B) 2011142210 C) 2012312359 E) 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 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 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. PART 3 OF 3
 

A2231/20 NOTAMR A2023/20 Q) TTZP/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W005 A) TDPD B) 2011191935 C) 2012192359 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.

 

(A2231/20 NOTAMR A2023/20
Q) TTZP/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W005
A) TDPD B) 2011191935 C) 2012192359
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.)

(A2202/20A02 NOTAMN
Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005
A) TDPD B) 2011142210 C) 2012312359
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 THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY:)

(A2202/20B02 NOTAMN
Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005
A) TDPD B) 2011142210 C) 2012312359
E) (I) TRAVELLERS WILL BE CONVEYED TO IMMIGRATION FOR PROCESSING
AND CUSTOMS FOR SCREENING.
(II) 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 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 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.)

(A2201/20 NOTAMR A2199/20
Q) TTZP/QNBAS/IV/BO/AE/000/999/1533N06118W025
A) TDPD B) 2011142142 C) 2012312359
E) NDB 'DOM' 273KHZ U/S)

(A2200/20 NOTAMN
Q) TTZP/QNDAS/IV/BO/AE/000/999/1533N06118W025
A) TDPD B) 2011142140 C) 2012312359
E) DME 'DOM' 116.40 MHZ CH111X U/S. INSTRUMENT APCH RWY27 ARE
LIMITED TO PUBLISHED RNAV PROCEDURES)

(A2093/20 NOTAMR A1682/20
Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1533N06118W005
A) TDPD B) 2010282010 C) 2012312359
E) TRAVEL PROTOCOL FOR COUNTRIES WITHIN THE CARICOM TRAVEL BUBBLE:
TRAVELLERS WHO HAVE VISITED THE COUNTRIES LISTED BELOW FOR A MAXIMUM
OF 21 DAYS PRIOR TO TRAVEL WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A HEALTH
QUESTIONNAIRE ONLINE AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN DOMINICA.
CARICOM TRAVEL BUBBLE COUNTRIES ARE:
BARBADOS, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ST VINCENT AND GRENADINES, ST LUCIA,
GRENADA, ST KITTS AND NEVIS, MONTSERRAT, ANGUILLA.)

(A1717/20 NOTAMR A1535/20
Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W005
A) TDPD B) 2009020020 C) 2012022359EST
D) DLY : 1000 TO 2359
E) AD OPR HR CHANGED.
PRIOR NOTICE IS REQUIRED FOR OPERATION OCCURRING AFTER 0000.)

(A1340/16 NOTAMR A1282/16
Q) TTZP/QPICH/I/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W002
A) TDPD B) 1611061550 C) PERM
E) DUE WITHDRAWAL OF THE 'MG' NDB, THE TRANSITION 'MG' NDB TO ADVUR
IS CANCELLED.
NEW CHARTS WILL BE ISSUED WITH THE TRANSITION BEING 'PPR' VOR TO
ADVUR.
AD 2.4-2-21/-22 WEF 23JUL15.)

(A1339/16 NOTAMR A1283/16
Q) TTZP/QPICH/I/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W002
A) TDPD B) 1611061545 C) PERM
E) DUE WITHDRAWAL OF THE 'MG' NDB, THE TRANSITION 'MG' NDB TO SEADOG
IS CANCELLED.
NEW CHARTS WILL BE ISSUED WITH THE TRANSITION BEING 'PPR' VOR TO
SEDOG.
AD 2.4-2-23 WEF 12NOV15.)

(A1338/16 NOTAMR A1281/16
Q) TTZP/QPDCH/I/NBO/A/000/999/1533N06118W002
A) TDPD B) 1611061535 C) PERM
E) DUE WITHDRAWAL OF THE 'MG' NDB, THE TRANSITION ADVUR TO 'MG' NDB
IS CANCELLED. NEW CHARTS WILL BE ISSUED WITH THE TRANSITION BEING
ADVUR TO 'PPR' VOR. AD 2.4-2-17 WEF 23JUL15.)

Dominican Republic - Open with Restrictions - 12/16/2020

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Date: 12/16/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

Traveler's Affidavit of Health Form Declaración Jurada de Salud del Viajero | Declaratoria Ministro de Salud

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Open with Restrictions
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 
  • Aligning with the launch of the Responsible Tourism  Recovery Plan on September 15th, travelers no longer need to provide a negative PCR or COVID-19  test upon arrival. Instead, airports and other ports of entry will administer a quick ,aleatory breath test to between  3% and 10% of passengers, and all those who present symptoms, upon arrival.
  • All passengers will also need to perform a temperature check. Passengers who present symptoms or whose test result are positive will be isolated and attended at authorized locations.
  • As part of the immigration and customs forms provided by the airline or by Dominican authorities, passengers will be required to fill out and submit a Traveler´s Health Affidavit. Through this form, passengers declare they have no felt any COVID-19 related symptoms in the last 72 hours and provide contact details for the next 30 days.
  • Reference
  • We'll be operating as we usually did before the Pandemic began, but now with the safety measures that the OMS has establish.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • We'll be operating as we usually did before the Pandemic began, but now with the safety measures that the OMS has establish

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Quarantine will not be required, unless that, upon arrival when the passenger's temperature is taken, shows more that 38 degrees. Then the Epidemiology department will follow the Health protocol.

 

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

  • No date given please check before a trip with Handler

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

 LATEST NOTAMS

A0400/20 NOTAMR A0323/20 Q) MDCS/QPLXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1802N06928W999 A) MDCS B) 2012082008 C) 2103052359 E) AS AN ACTION TO REDUCE THE POTENTIAL SHORT TERM ECONOMIC IMPLICATION OF THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC AND TO HELP THE REDUCTION IN THE OPERATIONAL COST FOR THE USERS, THE DOMINICAN INSTITUTE OF CIVIL AVIATION (IDAC) HAS DECIDED TO IMPLEMENT A FLEXIBLE USE OF THE AIRSPACE PROCEDURE WHILE PERSIST THE LOW FLOW OF TRAFFIC WITHIN SANTO DOMINGO FIR, ALLOWING THE USE OF DCT IN THE FPL ITEM 15 AND WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO COMPLY WITH THE NAVIGATION PROCEDURES AVOIDING DANGER, RESTRIECTED AND PROHIBITED AIRSPACES AS FOLLOW: -OVERFLIGHT: USE A PUBLISHED WAYPOINT TO ENTER OR EXIT THE FIR. THE ROUTE INSIDE THE FIR COULD USE THE AVAILABLE WAYPOINTS. -ARRIVALS: WITHIN THE FIR, THE DCT COULD END AT THE WAYPOINT WHERE THE STAR INITIATES, OR -DEPARTURES: THE START OF THE DCT COULD BE AT THE END OF THE SID LAST WAYPOINT IN THE SID

Ecuador - OPEN - September 01, 2020

ECUADOR

Date: 09/01/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Ecuador is open as long permit approved and PCR tests required only for pax staying in Ecuador 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • None

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Crew are exempt from PCR test this is only a requirement for passengers who are going to stay in Ecuador. 

 

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

  • No date yet

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • All aircraft must obtain permits depending on the type of operation they will perform.

 

LATEST NOTAM

A1751/20 NOTAMR A1082/20
Q)SEFG/QCAAS/IV/B/AE/000/999/0007S07821W005
A)SEQM B)2008101800 C)2011102300
E)TWR FREQ 118.1 MHZ U/S. CTN
 

A1673/20 NOTAMN
Q)SEFG/QMAHW/IV/B/A/000/999/0007S07821W005
A)SEQM B)2007270405 C)2010272359
E)WIP IN GREEN AREA MOV AREA
 

A1532/20 NOTAMN
Q)SEFG/QCAAS/IV/B/AE/000/999/0007S07821W005
A)SEQM B)2007071430 C)2009072359
E)APP FREQ 119.7 MHZ U/S.CTN
 

A1353/20 NOTAMN
Q)SEFG/QPIXX/I/NBO/A/000/999/0007S07821W005
A)SEQM B)2006180000 C)PERM
E)IN IAC 10D - VOR Y RWY 18 IN MISSING APPROACH TEXT CHG TO:
...VIRAR DERECHA RUMBO 022 DEGREES (R202 QNV) HACIA...
REF AIP PAGE AD 2 SEQM 35.10

El Salvador - OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS - 09/28/2020

EL SALVADOR

 

Date:                                     09/28/2020
Subject:                                Latest Country Restrictions through effective October 04th, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Open with restrictions
  • Landing Permit required for all flights.
  • Notice
    • 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 PCR test, issued by the laboratory, a maximum of 72 hours before boarding the flight.
  • 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

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • None for TS (just Landing Permit) none for crew rest

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • CoVid19 test (negative)PCR-RT type  (Polimerasa) for pax, traveling within the next 72h after receiving results

 

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

  • Oct 04th (at this moment)

 

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 CoVid tests (crew, diplomatics and children under 2yrs are except) all those are in Spanish only.
  • There are also, two screenshots of the Tweeter account of our President

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • NO NOTAM´s Found related to COVID 19 at MSLP /MSSS

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.
  • AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE:HTTPS://WWW.INTERIEUR.GOUV.FR/ACTUALITES/L-ACTU-DU-MINISTER E/ATTESTATION-DE-DEPLACEMENT-ET-DE-VOYAGE
  • 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

 

SOOO-A0259/20A02

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) 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

 

SOOO-A0259/20B02

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 - Open with Restrictions - 12/10/2020

GRENADA

 

Last Updated:  09/28/2020
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through effective Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Open with Restrictions
  • Please see the attached latest NOTAMS and review below our comprehensive response along with website link regarding protocols for TGPY
  • Kindly provide us with all the required information below. This will allow us to submit your request to the authorities for landing permission.
  • Due to the current protocol at TGPY as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, landing permission from the local Health and Aviation authorities is necessary to operate any flight.
  • We are no longer able to confirm flights on short notice or before permission is granted. While we would like to assist with your handling request, we ask that at least a 48 hrs. window is given to request landing permission from the relevant authorities.
  • The previous stipulations apply whereas a landing permission needs to be obtained.
  • The airport at TGPY operates between 1000 UTC – 0230 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.
  • IAM requires at least 48 hours to request landing permission from the authorities on your behalf ,once all requested information is provided by you.  Additionally, Government protocols require that PCR test must not be older than seven days. However, IAM strongly recommend that PCR test be 48-72 hours prior to arrival. This will allow PCR test to remain valid should you have a delay in your arrival schedule.
  • The following is needed to request landing permission:
    • Negative PCR test result (must be done 72 hours prior arrival at TGPY) for crew and passengers. 
    • Purpose of your flight
    • 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.
  • In addition,  to the above mentioned. Kindly visit this website for government protocol for TGPY.  https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/
  • Travelers must have a Pure Safe travel Certificate in order to travel to Grenada /A pure Safe Travel Certificate is a travel authorization which grants the approved applicant authorization to travel to Grenada
    • You are required to retain either a printed or electronic copy of the authorization as you will be required to provide it to check in prior to boarding your flight or vessel to Grenada
    • If you intend to travel with other persons, including minors, each person must obtain a separate travel authorization
    • This is a Health Clearance Authorization to travel to Grenada. You will still be screened on arrival and processed through immigration
  • The above  (mandatory) information must be provided, so that we can apply for landing permission on your behalf.
  • Aircraft disinfection/disinfecting is required, it is recommended that aircraft be sprayed upon departure from your last port, prior to arrival at TGPY. Crew will be required to surrender empty can to port health officials upon arrival as proof that aircraft was disinfected.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Allowed  BUT Handling request required and permission needs to be obtained from the Govt Authorities
  • It has now been advised that crew members are allowed to overnight at TGPY with the following caveats:
    • Government mandated quarantine hotel is True Blue Bay Resort
    • It is possible for crew to overnight here at TGPY, provided COVID-19 test results certificate are available to be presented prior to arrival
    • It is strongly recommended that COVID-19 PCR tests are to be taken at least 48-72 hours prior to day of travel.
    • Kindly note, the individual bears the cost of both items, being the PCR test & the duration of stay in quarantine.
    • If crew are to overnight, the government sanctioned hotel that has been indicated to be True Blue Bay Resort. Their contact number is 1 (473) 443-8783 and can also be reached at [email protected] This is if a reservation has to be made or further information regarding hotel stay is required

 

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • All travelers are required to quarantine for up to 7 days. On the 4th Day a PCR test result would be conducted. Once the results comes back negative, you are then allowed to go into the community.
  • Kindly note, the individual bears the cost of both items, being the PCR test & the duration of stay in quarantine.
  • If crew are to overnight, the government sanctioned hotel that has been indicated to be True Blue Bay Resort. Their contact number is 1 (473) 443-8783 and can also be reached at [email protected] This is if a reservation has to be made or further information regarding hotel stay is required
  • Each crew member covers their own cost and the passengers covers theirs.

 

 

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

  • NO date given they are open with restrictions.

 

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • OPERATIONAL HOURS & ADDITIONAL FEES IN THE EVENT OF OVERTIME
    • TGPY OPERATING HOURS ARE FROM 1000 UTC TO 0230 UTC / 0600 LOCAL TO 2230 LOCAL. AIRCRAFTS OPERATIONG OUTSIDE THESE HOURS WILL INCUR OVER TIME FEES.
    • CUSTOMS / IMMIGRATION 1000 UTC TO 0200 UTC/ 0600 LOCAL TO 2200 LOCAL
    • IAM OPERTING HOURS: 1130 UTC – 2330 UTC / 0730L – 1930L
    • AIRPORT OVERTIME FEE: US$ 1000.00 PER HOUR OR PART THEREOF
    • CUSTOMS OVERTIME FEE: US$ 200.00 PER HOUR OR PART THEREOF
    • IMMIGRATION OVERTIME FEE: US$ 100.00 PER HOUR OR PART THEREOF
    • IAM OPERATIONS OVERTIME FEE: US$ 250.00 PER OPERATION.
  • We strongly recommend that fuel releases be arrange to minimize contact with ground personnel.
  • IAM can arrange Jet Fuel on your behalf to be billed to visa or master card. We accept must fuel cards and fuel releases. Please advise on fuel arrangements when known. 
  • Kindly note we are operating under fluid conditions (covid-19), as a result procedure and protocol are subject to change at any time

 

 

NOTAMS from TGPY AIRPORT

A1772/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1200N06147W005 A) TGPY B) 2009101426 C) PERM E) ALL GENERAL AVIATION OPERATIONS/FLIGHTS MUST ENGAGE A PRIVATE GROUND HANDLER PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. ALL FLIGHTS MUST OBTAIN HEALTH CLEARANCE AND FLIGHT HISTORY OF CREW AND PASSENGERS AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVING AT (TGPY) MAURICE BISHOP INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, GRENADA. AVIATION SERVICES OF GRENADA (ASG) TEL:1 (473) 439-0681 EMAIL:OPERATIONS(AT)ASG.GD IAM.MARSHALL(AT)ASG.GD INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT MANAGEMENT (IAM) JET CENTRE TEL:1 (473) 439-9731 EMAIL:GNDOPS(AT)IAMJETCENTRE.COM ST. VINCENT THE GRENADINES (SVG) AIR TEL:1 (473) 444-1475 EMAIL:CAYAK(AT)SPICEISLE.COM

  •  

Guatemala - Open with Restrictions 12/23/2020

GUATEMALA

Update: 12/23/2020
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through effective Open with restrictions No date given please check before each trip

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • We are sharing the requirements to enter and leave Guatemala, for all foreign passengers and crew, effective as of today, September 18th, 2020.
  • The Health Pass Form is mandatory and must be completed by the passenger and crew prior to their arrival in the country.   The link is:   https://sre.gt/
  • Every Crew & passenger is mandatory to bring the COVID-19 TEST PCR valid for 96 hours.
  • 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.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

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

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • On arrival 14 days at home only if upon arrival the Authorities detects a Higher body Temperature and perform a COVID 19 test an results positive.

 

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

  • No date given check before each trip
  • Any other pertinent information

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1631/20 NOTAMR A1622/20 Q) MHCC/QPLXX/IV/M/AE/000/999/1435N09032W005 A) MGGT B) 2010011627 C) 2101012359 E) FLIGHT PLANS WILL ONLY BE RECEIVED BY AMHS ADDRESS: MGGTZPZX OR BY EMAIL FPLGUATEMALA(A)DGAC.GOB.GT OR AISGUATE(A)GMAIL.COM. THIS APPLIES TO CARGO FLT, COMMERCIAL FLT ACFT CONDUCTING TECHNICAL STOPS, ACFT LANDING AT THE LA AURORA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DUE TO WX OR SAFETY SITUATIONS AND EMERG FLT.

 

PDF version of this information attached HERE

Guyana - Open with Restrictions - 10/20/2020

GUYANA

Date:               10/10/2020

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • None

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • None

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All persons entering Guyana must provide a Valid Negative PCR COVID 19 Test with 72hrs of the Flight, and complete a Passenger Locator Form online, the Form is not available for the online submission, in the interim the hard copy must be completed prior to arrival into Guyana. 

 

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

  • Lifted 

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • Landing Permits are still required for Technical Stop/Medivac/Business Flights, processing time varies including but not limited to 2-3 business days, permits are not processed on weekends and public holidays. 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

Area Bullet Oct. 17

 

 

Haiti - OPEN - September 01, 2020

HAITI


Date: 06/11/2020
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN; they are open just check before a trip if conditions remain the same 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • MTPP is back to normal operations
  • Airport is fully operational
  • No covid-19 test is required
  • Emergency sanitary have been removed
     

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling and crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • No quarantine

 

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

  • None at the moment

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

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.

 

A0016/20NOTAMN

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 - 01/06/2021

HONDURAS

Last Updated: 01/06/2021

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

 

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 07:00 in the morning to 17:00 in the afternoon / 1300-2300UTC
    • Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport, from Monday to Sunday from 06:00 in the morning to 17:59 at night /1200-2359UTC  
    • 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 07:00 in the morning to 05:00 in the afternoon / 1300-2300UTC
  • 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.
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS TO HONDURAS FOR IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES 
    • PRECHECK 
    • COVID TEST
      • NEGATIVE RESULT COVID PCR TEST OR RAPID TEST
      • 72 HOURS BEFORE THE TRIP
    • 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
  • EXIT 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

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • There is not restrictions to Tech Stop they can do it but only on the 07:00-19:00 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.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A2188/20 NOTAMR A2163/20 Q) MHCC/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1527N08755W005 A) MHLM B) 2012302032 C) 2103302359 E) AD HR SER 1200-2359
 

A1873/20 NOTAMN Q) MHCC/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1545N08651W005 A) MHLC B) 2011061727 C) 2102060200 E) AD HR OF SERVICE ARE NOW 1200-0200

Jamaica - Open With Restrictions - August 20, 2020

JAMAICA

 

Date:               08/20/2020

Subject:           Latest Restrictions through September 30th, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All international flights are allowed 91 and 135 and required to obtain a landing permit 72 hours prior to schedule arrival
  • 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.
  • Operator Requirements:
    • Part 91 flights will now require  landing authorization from the JCAA. Please see website: https://www.jcaa.gov.jm/wpcontent/uploads/2020/05/Flight-Authorization-Form.pdf. Crew/ Pax Passport information required: Names/ DOB/ Nationalities/ Issuance and Expiry dates. ( please find attached Landing Permit Form for Part91)
    • Requirements for Entry to Jamaica
      • A person who, during the period August 1, 2020, to September 30, 2020, 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;
        • comply with all applicable provisions of the Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Act and the Aliens Act.
  • Please note that All residents of the United States of America (USA), Brazil, Dominican Republic or Mexico who are 12 years of age or over, with travel dates of August 20, 2020 or later will be required to obtain a COVID-19 RT-PCR test. The test should be conducted within 10 days of the intended travel date at a medical laboratory that is accredited by the relevant national health authorities. For the United States of America, the medical laboratory should be accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
    • The above test requirement is already in effect for travel dates before August 20, for residents of the states of Arizona, Florida, New York and Texas in the USA. 
  • Crew/Pax Requirements: 
    • As of 10th July 2020 visitors from high risk places such as Florida, New York, Arizona and Texas, will be required to upload a valid Polymerase Chain Reaction(PCR) test result, no more than seven(7) days old. Approval for travel to Jamaica will be subject of the test result.
    • Foreign nationals are encouraged to apply for an entry permit no more than 72 hours prior to arrival
    • A copy of the travel permit confirmation must be sent with the handling request for each passenger.
      • Persons who were approved for travel before July 1, and are arriving on or after July 10, will be required to present their PCR test; and
      • Compliance with all applicable provisions of the Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Act and the Aliens Act will be required.
      • 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 1, 2020, to September 30, 2020, 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 1, 2020, to September 30, 2020.
        • 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 ADVISE  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
  • Electronic Monitoring
  • Procedure To Be Followed by Persons With COVID-19 Illness or Symptoms
  • Resilient Corridor (Description Part I)
  • ALL PASSENGERS AND CREW MUST WEAR A FACE MASK AT ALL TIME DURING STAY AT THE AIRPORT

  

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • 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 REQUIRED THE PCR TEST IF ITS ONLY A TOUCH AND GO

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

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

 

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

  • Accordingly to the NOTAMS September 30

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  

LATEST NOTAMS

A0382/20 NOTAMN
Q) MKJK/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1830N07755W000
A) MKJS
B) 2008020123
C) 2009302359 EST
E) DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC ALL INBD ACFT SHALL
REQ AND OBTAIN WRITTEN PERMISSION FM THE JAMAICA
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY PRIOR TO LDG. PERMISSION SHALL BE
REC PRIOR TO FILING OF ALL FPL AND INITIATION OF FLT.
ALL REQ SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ECONOMIC REGULATION
DEPARTMENT VIA EMAIL AT ERLICENSING(A)JCAA.GOV.JM USING AVBL
FORMS ON JCAA WEBSITE WWW.JCAA.GOV.JM.
ACFT THAT DIV FOR TECR OR EMERG PURPOSES AND OPR CONDUCTING
APPROVED FLTS AS STATED ON THE AIR SERVICES LICENCES OR
PERMITS ARE EXEMPTED. REF AIC A40/20.

A0377/20 NOTAMR A0249/20
Q) MKJK/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1756N07647W000
A) MKJP
B) 2008020007
C) 2009302359 EST
E) DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC ALL INBD ACFT SHALL
REQ AND OBTAIN WRITTEN PERMISSION FM THE JAMAICA
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY PRIOR TO LDG. PERMISSION SHALL BE
REC PRIOR TO FILING OF ALL FPL AND INITIATION OF FLT.
ALL REQ SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ECONOMIC REGULATION
DEPARTMENT VIA EMAIL AT ERLICENSING(A)JCAA.GOV.JM USING AVBL
FORMS ON JCAA WEBSITE WWW.JCAA.GOV.JM.
ACFT THAT DIV FOR TECR OR EMERG PURPOSES AND OPR CONDUCTING
APPROVED FLTS AS STATED ON THE AIR SERVICES LICENCES OR
PERMITS ARE EXEMPTED. REF AIC A40/20.

A0383/20 NOTAMN
Q) MKJK/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1824N07658W000
A) MKBS
B) 2008020126
C) 2009302359 EST
E) DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC ALL INBD ACFT SHALL
REQ AND OBTAIN WRITTEN PERMISSION FM THE JAMAICA
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY PRIOR TO LDG. PERMISSION SHALL BE
REC PRIOR TO FILING OF ALL FPL AND INITIATION OF FLT.
ALL REQ SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ECONOMIC REGULATION
DEPARTMENT VIA EMAIL AT ERLICENSING(A)JCAA.GOV.JM USING AVBL
FORMS ON JCAA WEBSITE WWW.JCAA.GOV.JM.
ACFT THAT DIV FOR TECR OR EMERG PURPOSES AND OPR CONDUCTING
APPROVED FLTS AS STATED ON THE AIR SERVICES LICENCES OR
PERMITS ARE EXEMPTED. REF AIC A40/20.

Mexico - Open with Restrictions - 01/06/2021

MEXICO

Last Updated: 01/06/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through it is open with no restrictions only to fulfill health format No date given

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • None

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Delays on fueling at MMSD and MMUN (3 hrs)

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • None

 

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

  • There is no specific date for all restrictions to end, but according to Mexican authorities, the plan to re-open businesses and start the “new  normality” declared by the WHO, it depends state by state county by county city by city  the opening depending on the number of positive cases.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Only health form attached still required only
  • There are no restrictions for business flights but at the arrival body temperature is being checked and Health questionnaires attached are required for arrival/departure for Crew and pax.
  • Many airports are operating with restrictions and/or reduced hours, to review the full list please visit:
  • Also, we have information about Hotels shutdown:
  • On the other hand, please consider:
    • Hotels and restaurants are operating at 30%.
    • There are no restrictions to “essential travel”, this means there is no difference if coming for business, or for pleasure.
  • MMSD AIRPORT INFORMATION
    • We are taking the temperature with an infrared thermometer and we take antibacterial gel and disinfectant towels.
    • The personal is using gloves, googles and masks to assist the flight operations and the passport will be processed and delivery immediately in a zip-lock bag to the passengers.
    • Each passenger and crew member will need to bring the questionnaire APENDICE E filed. (please find questionnaire attached). (it is easier and quicker if they fill up them and send by email).
    • Most of the hotels are closed and they will start opening from June 1st. For now we have two options to offer the Crew in case they need help with booking rooms:
      • Medano Suites and Holiday In Express.
    • Opening hours; from 06:00 local to 20:00 local (12:00 UTC to 02:00 UTC), Monday to Sunday,
    • We have Overtime service available by request, we just need to know before 18:00 lcl (0000Z) In order coordinate it.
       

LATEST NOTAMS

  • None

Nassau Bahamas

Bahamas - Afternoon Update - April 6, 2020

Restrictions

  • PERMITTED  -  US Military, emergency medical flights, cargo and courier flights. Flight crews are to remain with the aircraft at all times. All paperwork will be presented to the crew onboard the aircraft.
  • RESTRICTED –  CLOSED to International private charter flights arriving empty to collect passengers.  Will resume on Monday April 6 @ 0800L/1200UTC.  Aircrafts will be allowed entry provided they are  not inbound from countries on restricted list (UK, Ireland & Europe, China, Iran, Italy & South Korea).  Pilot(s)  are to remain with the aircraft at all times.  All paperwork will be presented to the crew onboard/at the aircraft.  Once formalities are completed, passengers will be escorted to aircraft.
  • RESTRICTED – COUNTRY IS CLOSED TO ALL INCOMING PASSENGERS  - No passenger shall be permitted to enter and disembark for any reason including transiting through the Bahamas. All aerodromes including private aerodromes and fixed-based operators shall be closed to incoming international flights carrying passengers except with prior written permission from the appropriate authority.
  • RESTRICTION ON DOMESTIC TRAVEL  -  NO PERSON SHALL OFFER FOR HIRE OR SEEK TO TRAVEL ON ANY DOMESTIC INTER-ISLAND FLIGHTS EXCEPT FOR A MEDICAL EMERGENCY OR THE TRANSPORT OF FREIGHT provided that the Competent Authority may vary the requirements of this order.
  • ALL GROUND HANDLING REQUESTS ARE FORWARDED VIA EMAIL TO THE RESPECTIVE LOCATION IN ADVANCE OF OPERATION AND CONFIRMATION RECEIVED PRIOR TO ARRIVAL.
  • HOURS Of OPERATION  

MYNN (NASSAU)  -  0800L/1200UTC through 1600L/2000UTC

MYEF  (EXUMA)  -   0800L/1200UTC through 1600L/2000UTC

MYSM (SAN SALVADOR)  -  0800L/1200UTC through 1600L/2000 UTC

MYEM & MYER (GOVERNOR’S HARBOUR & ROCK SOUND) – 0800L/1200UTC – 1600L/2000UTC

  • NO AFTER-HOUR OPERATIONS FOR PRIVATE FLIGHTS – INBOUND OR OUTBOUND – ONLY EMERGENCY OR MILITARY FLIGHTS ALLOWED AFTER-HOURS.
  • NO INBOUND CREW WILL BE ALLOWED IN FACILITY.

 

Bahamas - Morning Update - April 3, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATED BAHAMAS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS THRU ODYSSEY AVIATION 30 MAR 2020

COVID-19 U.S. EMBASSY NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS

Odyssey Aviation

Due to the extraordinary circumstance of the COVID19 outbreak, The Government of the Bahamas has restricted air transport into The Bahamas. Odyssey Aviation has received approval from The Competent Authority to remain open and operational with specific guidelines.

In order to keep you informed during this time please find details below.

  • PERMITTED   -  International private charter flights arriving empty to collect passengers. Aircrafts will be allowed entry provided they are  not inbound from countries on restricted list (UK, Ireland & Europe, China, Iran, Italy & South Korea). Pilot(s)  are to remain with the aircraft at all times.  All paperwork will be presented to the crew onboard/at the aircraft. Once all formalities are completed, passengers will be escorted to aircraft.
  • PERMITTED  -  US Military, emergency medical flights, cargo and courier flights. Flight crews are to remain with the aircraft at all times. All paperwork will be presented to the crew onboard the aircraft.
  • RESTRICTION – COUNTRY IS CLOSED TO ALL INCOMING PASSENGERS  - No passenger shall be permitted to enter and disembark for any reason including transiting through the Bahamas. All aerodromes including private aerodromes and fixed-based operators shall be closed to incoming international flights carrying passengers except with prior written permission from the appropriate authority.
  • RESTRICTION ON DOMESTIC TRAVEL  -  NO PERSON SHALL OFFER FOR HIRE OR SEEK TO TRAVEL ON ANY DOMESTIC INTER-ISLAND FLIGHTS EXCEPT FOR A MEDICAL EMERGENCY OR THE TRANSPORT OF FREIGHT provided that the Competent Authority may vary the requirements of this order.
  • ALL GROUND HANDLING REQUESTS ARE FORWARDED VIA EMAIL TO THE RESPECTIVE LOCATION IN ADVANCE OF OPERATION AND CONFIRMATION RECEIVED PRIOR TO ARRIVAL.
  • HOURS Of OPERATION  

MYNN (NASSAU)  -  0800L/1200UTC through 1600L/2000UTC

MYEF  (EXUMA)  -   0800L/1200UTC through 1600L/2000UTC

MYSM (SAN SALVADOR)  -  0800L/1200UTC through 1600L/2000 UTC

MYEM & MYER (GOVERNOR’S HARBOUR & ROCK SOUND) – 0800L/1200UTC – 1600L/2000UTC

  • NO AFTER-HOUR OPERATIONS FOR PRIVATE FLIGHTS – INBOUND OR OUTBOUND – ONLY EMERGENCY OR MILITARY FLIGHTS ALLOWED AFTER-HOURS.
  • NO INBOUND CREW WILL BE ALLOWED IN FACILITY.

 

Bahamas - Morning Update - April 3, 2020

COVID-19 U.S. EMBASSY NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS

Airports Closed to Incoming International Flights

Additional measures now include closing of all airports of The Bahamas to incoming international flights carrying visitors, effective March 24 (including private airports).

These entry restrictions were broadened March 27 to include all incoming passengers, including Bahamian citizens and residents.

On March 30, the Baamas’ House of Assembly passed a resolution to extend the current emergency powers orders to combat the spread of COVID-19 until April 8 – including airport restrictions. Bahamian officials have already commented on a possible additional extension.

 

Nassau - Afternoon Update - April 2, 2020

Flight Restrictions

COVID-19 l NO APPROVAL GRANTED TO COMMERCIAL FLTS ORIGINATING FROM EUROPE, CHINA, IRAN, AND SOUTH KOREA

A0117/20 NOTAMR A0116/20

Q) MYNA/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999

A) MYNN

B) 2003230359

C) 2004192359

E) DUE TO HEIGHTENED GLOBAL PROLIFERATION OF THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS 2019-NCOV WHICH PRESENT A HEALTH RISK TO THE BAHAMAS AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES SHALL BE DENIED AND NO APPROVAL SHALL BE GRANTED TO COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM EUROPE, CHINA, IRAN, AND SOUTH KOREA

COVID-19 l NO APPROVAL GRANTED TO GA & PRIVATE FLTS ORIGINATING FROM EUROPE, CHINA, IRAN, AND SOUTH KOREA

A0115/20 NOTAMN

Q) MYNA/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999

A) MYNN

B) 2003201510

C) 2004192359

E) DUE TO HEIGHTENED GLOBAL PROLIFERATION OF THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS 2019-NCOV WHICH PRESENT A HEALTH RISK TO THE BAHAMAS AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES SHALL BE DENIED AND NO APPROVAL SHALL BE GRANTED TO GENERAL AVIATION AND PRIVATE FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM EUROPE, CHINA, IRAN, AND SOUTH KOREA

COVID-19 l ALL AD INCLUDING PRIVATE AD AND FBO SHALL BE CLSD TO INCOMING INTL FLT CARRYING ANY PAX

A0130/20 NOTAMR A0125/20

Q) MYNA/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999

A) MYNN

B) 2003271600

C) 2005012359

E) PURSUANT TO THE EMERG POWERS COVID19 NO2 ORDER 2020 GAZETTED ON MARCH 23, 2020 FOR THE PURPOSES OF PREVENTING CONTROLLING AND SUPPRESSING THE SPREAD OF COVID 19 WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT EXCEPT WITH PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY ALL AD INCLUDING PRIVATE AD AND FBO SHALL BE CLSD TO INCOMING INTL FLT CARRYING ANY PAX.

NO PAX SHALL BE PERMITTED TO ENTER AND DISEMBARK FOR ANY REASON INCLUDING TRANSITING THRU THE BAHAMAS.

THESE RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO OUT GOING FLTS, CARGO, COMMERCIAL COURIER AND EMERG MEDEVAC ALONG WITH EMERG FLT APPROVED BY THE CAA

 

Bahamas - Morning Update - March 27, 2020

COVID-19 BAHAMAS RESOLUTION FOR EMERGENCY POWERS CHAPTER 34 NO. 2  ORDER 2020

Stricter Border Control Measures

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Bahamas Government has recently implemented strict border control measures for international flights effective March 24th at 09:00 A.M through March 31st at 09:00 A.M, Kindly see the attached official document for the EMERGENCY POWERS (COVID-19)(NO.2) ORDER 2020 (Please see Page 5 for reference).

Today, a resolution was passed to extend this order through April 30th. See two page resolution also attached.

The Bahamas Head of Customs advised that any international flight arriving from the USA will only be allowed to pick up passengers, in this case the crew is required to remain on the aircraft. Unfortunately, inbound passengers are currently not allowed entry at this time.

 

Nassau Bahamas - Afternoon Update - March 24, 2020

Emergency Powers

COVID-19 REGULATIONS l BAHAMAS EMERGENCY POWERS CHAPTER 34 NO. 2 ORDER 2020

The Bahamas Government has recently implemented strict border control measures for international flights which will take effect March 24th at 09:00 A.M through March 31st at 09:00 A.M, Kindly see the attached official document for the EMERGENCY POWERS (COVID-19)(NO.2) ORDER 2020 (Please see Page 5 for reference). 

The Bahamas Head of Customs advised that any international flight arriving from the USA will only be allowed to pick up passengers, in this case the crew is required to remain on the aircraft. Unfortunately, inbound passengers are currently not allowed entry at this time.

 

Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation Statement

The Bahamas, effective Thursday, March 19, expanded travel restrictions will be introduced. Foreign nationals and foreign individuals who have traveled within the last 20 days from the United Kingdom, Ireland and Europe will be prohibited entry into The Bahamas. This is in addition to restrictions already in place for China, Iran, Italy and South Korea. 

 

 

Bahamas - Morning Update - March 20, 2020

COVID-19 – Restrictions

REGULATIONS | EMERGENCY POWERS CHAPTER 24 NO. 1 ORDER

For 11 days starting 20th of March, 2020 all establishments, institutions, businesses, offices, stores and organizations shall suspend operations to the general public.  This does NOT apply to the airport (MYNN)

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

NICARAGUA

 

Date: 07/29/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through October 18, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS 

  • Please see attached
  • Guidelines to be able to enter the country
    • Present to the time of entry a NEGATIVE certificate of the COVID 19
    • Likewise communicate that after admission they must remain in a quarantine 15 days, supervised by the Ministry of Health
    •  Upon entering our country they will undergo a COVID 19
    •  testFumigation / 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
      • Covid-19 test (Issued 72 working hrs prior to arrival) SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST .This applies for CREW 
    • PAX
      • Scanned copy of Passport
      • Covid-19 test (Issued 72 working hrs prior to arrival) SARS-COV-2 RNA, QL REAL TIME RT PCR NEGATIVE TEST .This applies for PAX
      • Local Party Contact
    • Covid tests and aircraft fumigation certificates need to be sent in advance to obtain the landing permit (72 working 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

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • 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
  • Likewise communicate that after admission they must remain in a quarantine 15 days, supervised by the Ministry of Health  
  • Upon entering our country they will undergo a COVID 19 test
  • No overnight allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Upon entering the country, a 15 days quarantine it’s a must and will be watched by National Health Authorities (MINSA).

 

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

  • Per NOTAM A1226/20 found October 18 2020

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • TO AVIATION GENERAL AND AIRLINES DUE TO CURRENT SITUATION THAT CIVIL AVIATION WITH COVID-19 ANY FLIGHT THAT PLAN TO USE ON RUTE THE AUGUSTO C. SANDINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN MANAGUA AS AN ALTERNATE AIRDROME MUST NOTIFY TO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (INAC) 72 HOURS OF IN ADVANCE SPECIFYING THE FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS IN ACCORDANCE TO AIC A5/20 WHICH WILL DETERMINE YOUR REQUEST
  • IGA IS REQUESTED WITH 72 HOUR OF ANTICIPATION COPIES OF THE CREWS AND PASSENGERS 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 REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE OF NICARAGUA.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

 

Panama - Open with Restrictions - 10/19/2020

PANAMA

 

Date:                     10/19/2020
Subject:                Latest Country Restrictions Open

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • There are no restrictions at this time for any person to travel to Panama

  

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • 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 oficials upon arrival.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Crew would need to follow restrictions of remaining at hotel during their stay. Passengers are not required to quarantine if they provide a Covid Test result showing Negative.

 

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

  • At this time international travel is allowed and no changes are for seen.

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • In order to operate a landing permit is required which can take up to 72 hours. Passengers wanting to enter the country must provide a Covid Test that does not exceed 48 hours prior to arrival. There is also a Declaration format that must be filled out and submitted in order to obtain the permit. Usual crew and aircraft documents are needed.  Passengers will not be required to quarantine if test results are negative. 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0964/20 NOTAMR A0963/20 Q) MPZL/QXXXX/IV/M/E/000/999/0947N08013W354 A) MPZL B) 2010161624 C) 2010312359 E) ONLY FOR GENERAL AVIATION ON TECHNICAL STOPOVER OR ARR TO PANAMA MUST REQUEST PERMISSION 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE EMAIL TA(A)AERONAUTICA.GOB.PA
A0768/20 NOTAMN Q) MPZL/QXXXX/IV/NBO/E/000/999/0947N08013W354 A) MPZL B) 2008290102 C) 2011282359 E) ALL APPLICATIONS FOR OVERFLIGHT PERMITS MUST BE PROCESSED THROUGH THE WEBSITE OF THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF PANAMA WWW.AERONAUTICA.GOB.PA

 

Paraguay - OPEN with Restrictions - October 05, 2020

PARAGUAY

Date: 10/05/2020

Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through UFN

  

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All private, cargo and Medevac flights require a previous entry permit that is granted by CODENA, an entity of the government that is in charge of handling the permits. We can apply for the permit and it normally takes 72 hours to obtain.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical stops are allowed. A previous authorization from the Dinac (Civil Aviation Authority) is needed. We can apply for this authorization which normally is obtained the same day or worst case scenario,, 24 hours after the application's date.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • For Passengers:
    • A PCR Covid test taken no longer than 72 hours previous the arriving date is needed for all passengers arriving to Paraguay who will remain in the country for a short period of time. These passengers will enter the country under the "investor" category. They also need a previous hotel reservation at a health hotel designated by the local health authority and an international medical insurance card.
    • If the passengers are connationals or foreign-residents wishing to enter the country as repatriated, a 14 days mandatory quarantine is required and this must be complied at a health hotel designated by the local health authorities or at a location designated by local authorities. The passenger will only be allowed to comply with the 14 days mandatory quarantine at his/her particular address if he/she has a proven medical condition that prevents him/her to quarantine at a hotel or any other designated location or if he/she is over 65 years old.
  • For crew members:
    • A PCR Covid test is NOT required but recommended. Overnights are allowed and all crew members must quarantine at a designated hotel and they can only leave the hotel at the moment of checking-out.

 

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

  • This is unknown yet.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • In terms of commercial aviation the so-called bubble flights have begun to operate between SUMU and SGAS airports once a week.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

SGAS
NOTAM
01 Oct 2020 11:00
15 Oct 2020 21:00
A0314/20
DLY BTN 1100/2100
RWY 02/20 CTN DUE TO MAINT WORKS MEN AND EQPT IN THE ZONE
OPS COOR WITH ATS
SGAS
NOTAM
17 Sep 2020 18:10
16 Oct 2020 21:00
A0310/20
CEILING MEASUREMENT EQPT U/S
REF AIP PARAGUAY PART GEN 3.5-1
SGAS
NOTAM
17 Sep 2020 17:47
16 Dec 2020 20:00
A0309/20
CAUTION FLOCK OF BIRDS IS OBSERVED IN THE VECINITY OF THE
AERODROME
REF AIP PARAGUAY ENR 5.6-1
SGAS
NOTAM
01 Sep 2020 14:05
30 Nov 2020 23:59
A0292/20
ALL OPERATIONS AUTHORIZED AS HUMANITARIAN FLIGHTS MUST PAY THE
CORRESPONDING NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BOARDING FEES IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE ANNEX TO DECREE 8701
SGAS
NOTAM
31 Aug 2020 19:26
30 Nov 2020 23:59
A0289/20
REQUESTS FOR HUM FLIGHTS MUST INCLUDE IN ADDN TO ALL INFO REGARDING
THE FLT THE COMPANY OR OPR RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE NTL AND
INTL BOARDING FEES )
SGAS
NOTAM
31 Aug 2020 19:12
30 Nov 2020 23:59
A0288/20
ALL AIRCRAFTS THAT FOR TECHNICAL STOP REASONS (REFUELING) REQUIERE
LDG AT SILVIO PETTIROSSI INTL AIRPOT (SGAS), GUARANI INTL AP (SGES)
MUST SEND THE CORRESPONDING REQ VIA EMAIL: :[email protected]
SPECIFYING: OPR, TYP, RTE, PASSENGERS NUMBERS AND THEIR NATIONALITY
THE AUTHORIZATIONS WILL BE GRANTED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE PURPOSES OF
REFUELING, AND MUST CONT ITS PLANNED RTE IN THE SHORTEST POSS TIM

Peru - Open with Restrictions - 01/05/2021

PERU

Date: 04JAN20
Subject: COVID Country Restrictions
Peru Open With Restrictions.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Arriving internationally is possible considering the present Quarantine Requirements & see further below.
  • Just some cities can arrange a landing permit directly with the CAA. The rest of them have to 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 whit maximum of 8 hours of flight time in/out Peru. But if passenger depart from a country/city that exceed that time the landing permit have to be arrange via diplomatic channels.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • No restrictions. Crewmember have to present just a normal covid test.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Last information is that all passengers arriving in Peru have to pass quarantine of 14 days from today (04JAN21), it have to be at home or hotel. Also, health personal make aleatory test, if the passenger is diagnosed with covid19 symptoms, he/she to pass quarantine in the Panamericana Village, at south of Lima. After that the aircraft must be pass a disinfestation by the health personal, it takes around 1 hour.
  • On the other hand, we don’t have information yet, if crewmember have to pass quarantine too.
  • 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/

 

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

  • NIL

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All passenger have to present a molecular covid test with during the 72 hours prior flight.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

 

A6973/20 - DUE TO EMERG STATE (COVID-19), REF AIC 09/18 ALL OPERATORS WITH
LETTER OF AGREEMENT WITH CORPAC WILL SEND FPL VIA AMHS. OTHER
OPERATORS WILL SEND FPL VIA E-MAIL TO ATS REPORTING OFFICE (ARO).

ALL FPL MUST BE ACKNOWLEDGED. SEE WEBSITE WWW.CORPAC.GOB.PE IN THE
COVID-19 IMAGE. 31 DEC 17:17 2020 UNTIL 31 JAN 23:59 2021. CREATED: 31 DEC 17:20
2020

 

Puerto Rico

Country:          Puerto Rico

Date:               06/19/2020

Subject:           Latest Country Requirements through UFN

 

  1. Business Flight Restrictions (any specific citizenship is denied? Or filtered by origin of flight maybe?)

o   From Brazil no flight are allowed to arrive

o   Europe  flight can only arrive if they are crew only and with CBP authorization

o   No pax from Brazil and Europe

o   Currently we have no restrictions but once an aircraft arrives the National Guard will be in our facilities

o   they will take the temperature to the crew and passenger plus they will ask some questions

o   CBP has a restriction: no flight can arrive from Brazil or Europe with passengers (Mr. Edward mentioned that if the aircraft coming from Europe can clear Customs at any of the inland assigned airports at the CLP then can continue to Puerto Rico)

 

  1. Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

o   Currently we have no restrictions

o   CBP has a restriction: no flight can arrive from Brazil or Europe with passengers

 

  1. Quarantine Requirements (location designated by authority or self quarantine?)

o   Also you do not have to stay 14 days in quarantine since is not required

 

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

o   None except the Brazil or Europe from CBP that he mentioned on his email see below./ At this time we don’t  have a date on the  lift of the restriction

 

  1. Any other pertinent information.

o   None

Saint Lucia - Open with Restrictions - 12/02/2020

Saint Lucia

 

Date:                     12/02/2020
Subject:               Latest Country Restrictions through are open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • The airport is currently open at TLPL for international travel and operates within the hours of 1200-2200 UTC
  • ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AVAILABLE AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. ALL DETAILS MUST BE COMPLETED INCLUDING PROOF OF NEGATIVE PCR TEST
  • However due to the Covid-19 pandemic all passengers are required to submit negative Covid-19 test results prior to arrival, excepting crew members who will only be subjected to temperature screening on arrival into TLPL.
  • Passengers and crew are also required to stay at one of the approved resorts listed below where their movement would be limited due to protocols put in place by the authorities.
  • Please see attached NOTAM for further clarification of the Covid-19 protocols and feel free to reply with any further queries.
  • PARKING PERMIT AND FLIGHT WILL BE CONFIRMED WHEN ALL PERTINENT INFORMATION RECEIVED
    • TLPC IS A DROP AND GO AIRPORT. THERE IS NO OVERNIGHT/LONG TERM PARKING THERE. ALL FLIGHTS REPOSITION TO TLPL FOR PARKING.
  • All passengers must wear mask before entering  FBO Jet Centre.
  • Flights departing
    • ALL DEPARTING PASSENGERS WILL BE SUBJECT TO SCREENING
    • Operator must forward all flight briefing packages for crew electronically to crew directly, please note this is to protect staff and crew members with little to no person to person contact.
    • It is imperative passengers are advised to call our office at tel:1758 7314155 before leaving their residence.
    • Passengers should only arrive at the airport once the aircraft is ready for boarding.
    • Once all passengers are cleared they will be escorted straight to the aircraft. All passengers must wear masks to enter the facility.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • On arrival crew will be screened by local health official (Nurse) before tending to aircraft procedures.
  • Once aircraft is arriving to collect passengers, Crew will need to remain with their aircraft. They can disembark for reasons such as (to advise fueling agent of uplift amount, aircraft walk around on arrival and departure)
  • 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 7 DAYS/168 HOURS OF TRAVEL.
  • 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. FLIGHT CREW MUST USE COVID-19 CERTIFIED PROPERTY ACCOMMODATION WHEN AND AS NECESSARY.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • QUARANTINE SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A PERIOD OF NO LESS THAN 14 DAYS.
  • ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM DESTINATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE WILL BE ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID-19 APPROVED HOTEL/PROPERTY SITE OR GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY.
  • ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM DESTINATIONS WITHIN THE BUBBLE FOR THE LAST 21 DAYS WILL BE EXEMPT FROM QUARANTINE HAVING PRESENTED DOCUMENTED PROOF OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST OBTAINED WITHIN 7 DAYS/168 HOURS PRIOR TO TRAVEL.
  • ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM WITHIN THE BUBBLE MUST HAVE TRAVELLED DIRECTLY FROM A COUNTRY WITHIN THE BUBBLE AND HAVE BEEN IN THAT COUNTRY FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS.
  • ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM WITHIN THE BUBBLE, WHO HAVE BEEN IN-TRANSIT IN A COUNTRY OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE, OR TRAVELLED TO A COUNTRY OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE FOR THE LAST 21 DAYS PRIOR TO ENTRY INTO SAINT LUCIA WILL BE SUBJECTED TO QUARANTINE AT A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY.
  • ALL RETURNING CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS ARRIVING FROM DESTINATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE WILL BE SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE AT A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY.

 

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

  • Accordingly to the NOTAM A2339/20 END DATE January 31/2021

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO FOLLOW LOCAL REGULATIONS IN SAINT LUCIA, INCLUDING WEARING OF MASKS IN PUBLIC PLACES AND ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. VISITORS ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID CERTIFIED PROPERTY MUST REMAIN AT THE PROPERTY.
  • INFORMATION ABOUT SAINT LUCIA?S COVID-19 RESPONSE, ALL PROTOCOLS AND OTHER DETAILS ON REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO ENTRY MAY BE ACCESSED AT WWW.SLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19 THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY MAY IMPOSE FURTHER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, IF REQUIRED.
  • LINK  https://www.stlucia.org/en/covid-19/
  • Passengers and crew are also required to stay at one of the approved resorts list attached  where their movement would be limited due to protocols put in place by the authorities. Please see attached NOTAM for further clarification of the Covid-19 protocols and feel free to reply with any further queries.

 

NOTAMS

A2339/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 1 OF 5 B) 2012010211 C) 2101312359 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, WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT: 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) THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES/TERRITORIES FORM A PART OF THE CARIBBEAN BUBBLE (THE BUBBLE): ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ANGUILLA, BARBADOS, DOMINICA, GRENADA, MONTSERRAT, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS, SAIN CHECK TEXT NEW ENDING ADDED TTPPYFYX END PART 1 OF 5

 A2339/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 2 OF 5 B) 2012010211 C) 2101312359 E) 4) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS (INCLUDING PASSENGERS FROM THE CARIBBEAN BUBBLE) ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTED PROOF OF A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT FOR COVID-19 OBTAINED WITHIN 7 DAYS/168 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 7 DAYS/168 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 7 DAYS/168 HOURS OF TRAVEL. END PART 2 OF 5

A2339/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 3 OF 5 B) 2012010211 C) 2101312359 E) 7) ALL VISITORS TO SAINT LUCIA MUST COMPLETE A PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. VISITORS MUST LOGIN TO WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19 TO FIND A LINK TO THE RELEVANT FORM. ALL DETAILS MUST BE COMPLETED, INCLUDING PROOF OF NEGATIVE PCR TEST, AND INDICATE AT WHICH COVID-19 CERTIFIED HOTEL THEY WILL BE ACCOMMODATED. APPROVAL MUST BE GRANTED BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY IN SAINT LUCIA FOR TRAVEL TO SAINT LUCIA. 8) ALL RETURNING CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS MUST COMPLETE THE RELEVANT PRE-ARRIVAL REGISTRATION FORM AVAILABLE AT WWW.STLUCIA.ORG/COVID-19. ALL DETAILS MUST BE COMPLETED 9) QUARANTINE SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A PERIOD OF NO LESS THAN 14 DAYS. 10) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM DESTINATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE WILL BE ACCOMMODATED AT A COVID-19 APPROVED HOTEL/PROPERTY SITE OR GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY. 11) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM DESTINATIONS WITHIN THE BUBBLE FOR THE LAST 21 DAYS WILL BE EXEMPT FROM QUARANTINE HAVING PRESENTED DOCUMENTED PROOF OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST OBTAINED WITHIN 7 DAYS/168 HOURS PRIOR TO TRAVEL. END PART 3 OF 5

A2339/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 4 OF 5 B) 2012010211 C) 2101312359 E) 12) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM WITHIN THE BUBBLE MUST HAVE TRAVELLED DIRECTLY FROM A COUNTRY WITHIN THE BUBBLE AND HAVE BEEN IN THAT COUNTRY FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS. 13) ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS FROM WITHIN THE BUBBLE, WHO HAVE BEEN IN-TRANSIT IN A COUNTRY OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE, OR TRAVELLED TO A COUNTRY OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE FOR THE LAST 21 DAYS PRIOR TO ENTRY INTO SAINT LUCIA WILL BE SUBJECTED TO QUARANTINE AT A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY. 14) ALL RETURNING CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS ARRIVING FROM DESTINATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BUBBLE WILL BE SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE AT A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL QUARANTINE FACILITY. 15) 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 LAYOVER STAY IN SAINT LUCIA IS REQUIRED,FLIGHT CREW MUST USE A COVID-19 CERTIFIED PROPERTY FOR ACCOMMODATION. 16) 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. END PART 4 OF 5

A2339/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL PART 5 OF 5 B) 2012010211 C) 2101312359 E) 17) 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 5 OF 5

A2198/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1344N06057W005 A) TLPL B) 2011181200 C) 2012112200 D) DAILY: 1200-2200 E) FURTHER REDUCTION IN AD AND ATS HOURS OF OPERATION DUE TO IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

A2340/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC PART 1 OF 5 B) 2012010255 C) 2101312359 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, WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT: 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) THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES/TERRITORIES FORM A PART OF THE CARIBBEAN BUBBLE (THE BUBBLE): ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ANGUILLA, BARBADOS, DOMINICA, GRENADA, MONTSERRAT, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES. END PART 1 OF 5

A2099/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1401N06100W005 A) TLPC B) 2011011200 C) 2012312200 D) DAILY: 1200-2200 E) REDUCTION IN AD AND ATS HOURS OF OPERATION DUE TO IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

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Saint Maarten - Open with Restrictions - 01/13/2021

SAINT MAARTEN  

Saint Marteen
Date: 01/13/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • There are no restrictions for overflights.
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    • Since June 1 st  2020, all Commercial (Part 135) flights must obtain a landing permit with 72hrs pre-notification. Please see requirements below.
    • OPERATING HOURS:  DAILY 1100 - 0100 UTC (0700 LT – 2100LT). Private and NON schedule flights require a 24-hour notice for overtime requests. Earlier departures/arrivals than 11:00 UTC are not possible
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND RESTRICTIONS IN REGARD OF COVID -19
  • TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS (January 11, 2021)
  • Entry requirements
    • Due to the COVID-19 epidemic Sint Maarten has established a mandatory health authorization application through an Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) for every visitor arriving by air including transits, Sint Maarten and Sint Martin residents.
    • Be advised that processing time can take up to 12 hours. Visitors arriving on a vessel please read the latest requirements here.
    • As of January 11, 2021 the government of Sint Maarten will be implementing a mandatory COVID-19 insurance for all travelers visiting Sint Maarten with the exception of residents, transit passengers, flight crews and French nationals. The insurance purchasing process is an integrated step in the EHAS application. For more information on and all questions related to the COVID-19 insurance please visit https://www.sxmprotectionplan.com  or contact customer support at [email protected]
    • Health pre-authorization for travel will only be granted if the application has been completed, the COVID-19 test result meets the requirements and the mandatory COVID-19 insurance has been purchased.
    • If you are suffering from flu like symptoms and/or fever travel will be denied by the airline and by the EHAS.
    • A rt-PCR test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a naso-pharyngeal swab performed within 120 hours prior to departure to Sint Maarten (last leg in case of connecting flights) is required for all travelers originating from a country that is categorized as high or moderate risk. Other tests such as antibody tests and tests performed outside of the 120 hours period will not be accepted. Results from home covid-19 collection test kits will also not be accepted. Airlines might require you to show a negative lab test result.
    • Alternatively, travelers originating from a country that is categorized as high can do an antigen test for the SARS-COV-2 virus obtained from a naso-pharyngeal swab performed within 48 hours prior to departure to Sint Maarten. Only the following antigen tests are approved: the Becton Dickinson (BD) Veritor Plus, the Abbott Panbio, the Abott BinaxNow and the Roche/SD Biosensor F antigen tests. Tests performed outside of the 48 hours period or other brand and type of antigen tests will not be accepted.
    • Travelers residing in and traveling from a low-risk country are exempted from the mandatory rt-PCR or antigen test.
    • Travelers who reside in a low risk country but have visited a high-risk country in the 14 days prior to departing to Sint Maarten, must also have a rt-PCR or antigen test for the SARS-COV-2 virus performed within 120 respectively 48 hours prior to departure to Sint Maarten (last leg in case of connecting flights).
    • The original result of the test must be uploaded as soon as possible as part of the health authorization application procedure in order to be processed. Processing can take up to 12 hours. The test result 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 the result. Incomplete results, hand written or e-mail statements from doctors will not be accepted.
    • Children must have the online health form filled out by their parents. Children of age 10 and under are exempted from the mandatory rt-PCR or antigen test. As of the day after the 10th birthday, a rt-PCR or antigen test has to be submitted.
    • Airline and private flight crews with stopovers in St. Maarten or St. Martin must complete the health authorization procedure and demonstrate a valid (performed within 120 hours or 48 hours of departure to Sint Maarten) 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.
    • Travelers with destination Sint Maarten are required to have health insurance coverage. This does not apply to transit passengers and residents. Additional travel insurance covering COVID-19 related expenses is strongly recommended.
    • Provide an email address on which you are reachable and monitor on a daily basis during your stay. Alerts and monitoring requests will be sent via email.
    • The application must be completed in order to be processed. Applicants will receive confirmation of their accepted application. Non-completed applications will be automatically deleted within a day after the provided travel date.
    • If health authorization is pre-approved, you will receive a (printable) authorization via e-mail, which must be presented to the health and immigration authorities upon arrival. The original rt-PCR or antigen test result should be presented to the health authorities upon request. 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 authorization has been denied.
    • For travelers originating from a high-risk country, 14 consecutive days of self-monitoring of body temperature and possible flu like symptoms is mandatory. The travelers in this category will receive during 14 days an automated daily email alert providing a link for submitting the required information online. 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
  • Please be informed that receiving pre-approval does not mean that you are cleared to enter St. Maarten. Upon arrival you must still pass through the additional medical screening measures at the Airport Health Checkpoint. All incoming passengers are subjected to temperature checks and other screening protocols and may be subjected to mandatory testing at their own expense. If re-tested upon arrival you will be expected to self-isolate or self-quarantine at your place of lodging/residence until the test results are known. Failure to adhere to the screening upon arrival will result in you not being cleared to enter St. Maarten and sent back to your originating country.
    • Overnighting visitors, which include any crew and passengers, are required to perform a COVID- 19 PCR test and provide the results which should not be older than 120 hrs prior to arrival. A copy of these results must also be provided to the FBO for verification (not applicable to persons 10years or younger). Doctor letters are not accepted as test results.
    • Alternatively, a negative Abbott-CGIA Panbio COVID19- Ag Rapid test, Abbott - BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag CARD, Becton Dickinson (CGIA BD Veritor COVID-19 test) or Roche/SD biosensor F test based on a nasal swab, issued at most 48 hours (2 days) before departure of the last direct flight to Sint Maarten.
    • Visitors travelling to and through Sint Maarten are required to complete the online questionnaire at www.stmaartenentry.com, at least 12hrs prior to departure. The PCR test results must also be uploaded in this process. A hardcopy of the completed questionnaire may be requested upon arrival.
      • Pax returning from Saint Barths must complete a entry form, but covid test is not mandatory
      • Health Insurance required for all NON-residents when staying in Sint Maarten
      • For arrival and departure on same day, crew are not required to perform PCR test.
      • For a complete list of countries that are exempt, visit www.stmaartenupdates.com.  
      • Please send below link to pax, or if you know the info you can submit yourself, in order to declare any of the specified items on the form, like money, weapons, etc. Must be done prior to arrival. Crew arriving empty must also submit. Its only 1 form needed for aircraft. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScyPqzlX2ovu1A7sYtzrEl8zkCMQy7biOnHtv93UW-tcnHAGg/viewform?usp=sf_link
  • PART 91 OPERATIONS NO LONGER NEED A LANDING PERMIT. 
  • Since June 1 st  2020, all Commercial (Part 135) flights must obtain a landing permit with 72hrs pre- notification. 
  • PART 135 OPERATIONS DO NEED TO REQUEST A LANDING PERMIT WITH THE BELOW DOCUMENTS TO BE PROVIDED:
    • *GENDECS AND ITINERARY 
    • *AIR WORTHINESS CERITIFCATE
    • *NOISE CERTIFICATE
    • *AIRCRAFT INSURANCE 
    • *AIRCRAFT OPERATING CERTIFICATE 
    • *B050 PAGE(OPS SPECS)
    • *D085(AIRCRAFT LISTING
  • PASSENGERS CAN MOVE AROUND FREELY ONCE THEY HAVE DONE A PCR TEST AND RESULTS(NEGATIVE) ARE NO OLDER THAN 72HRS.
  • General measures
    • Social Distancing measures throughout the Airport Terminals
    • Face coverings required for all pax and crew during flight to/from and through entire Airport process.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical stops may be permitted AND for boarding passengers only
  • AIRLINE CREW ARE SUBJ TO QUARANTINE UNTIL THEIR NEXT DEP FLT.
  • CREWS FROM THE ABOVE MENTIONED DESTINATION ARE ALLOWED TO ENTER AND STAY AT ANY LOCATION ON THE ISLAND ONCE THEY PROVIDE THEIR PCR RESULTS ALONG WITH THE ENTRY FORM AVAILABLE AT stmaartenentry.com
  • CREW IS ALLOWED TO MOVE AROUND FREELY ONCE THEY HAVE PROVIDED THEIR PCR TEST RESULTS AND ENTRY FORM AT stmaartenentry.com
  • IF CREW IS ONLY DROPPING OFF AND NOT LEAVING THE AIRCRAFT THEN THEY DO NOT HAVE TO PRESENT A PCR TEST.
  • BOTH CREW AND PAX HAVE TO WEAR MASKS AT ALL TIMES WHEN ON THE AIRPORT.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • CREW ARE SUBJ TO QUARANTINE UNTIL THEIR NEXT DEP FLT IF THEY HAVE NOT THE PCR IT IS ONLY FOR A 24 HOUR STAY NO MORE HOURS ARE ALLOWED FOR CREW WITHOUT THE PCR TEST

 

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

  • MARCH 05,2021 Accordingly to the NOTAM AND PER HANDLER THE AUTHORITIES DO NOT MENTIONED WHEN THE RESTRICTIONS WILL BE LIFTED SO IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMEND CHECK BEFORE FLYING

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • Preventative Measures at EXECUJET FBO
  • To ensure we act in the best interests of passengers, crew and staff we have implemented stringent cleaning and handling procedures in all our facilities around the world to minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19. With the measures we have undertaken, FBO operations continue as normal within our global footprint (subject to airport restrictions).
  • Sanitizers, gloves and masks are available for all our staff, passengers and crew. Whilst there remains a worldwide supply shortage of such items, we trust that stock will be replenished before too long.
  • Touchpoint sanitization of all handles, doors, benches, desks, phones, keyboards, tables, rails of each FBO facility is undertaken before and after every flight.
  • Where the travel history of passengers and crew is required by authorities upon arrival, our teams are on hand to assist with regularity administration to ensure an efficient handling process continues.
  • Should you have any questions or concerns about your upcoming travel, please contact our well-informed FBO teams directly
  • OPERATING HOURS:  DAILY 1100 - 0100 UTC (0700 LT – 2100LT). Private and NON schedule flights require a 24-hour notice for overtime requests
  • Overtime: 1900 - 0900 LT

 

NOTAMS  from TNCM AIRPORT 

A0736/20 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1802N06306W005 A) TNCM B)
2012052011 C) 2103050359 E) PART 1 OF 2. SINT MAARTEN AP IS OPEN. 1. ALL PAX MUST
COMPLETE A HEALTH DECLARATION FORM AT LEAST 12HR BFR DEP OBTAINED AT
HTTPS://STMAARTENENTRY.COM/ AND MUST ALSO PRESENT A PRE-APV E-MAIL AUTH AT
CHECK-IN AND UPON ARR. 2. ALL PAX MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE PCR TEST OBTAINED FM A
NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS (COVID19) MOLECULAR SARS-COV-2 TEST BASED ON A NAVAL SWAB
ISSUED AT MOST 120HR (5DAYS) BFR DEP OF THE LAST DIRECT FLT TO ST. MAARTEN OR A
NEGATIVE ABBOTT-CGIA PANBIO COVID19-AG RAPID TEST, ABBOT-BINAXNOW COVID19 AG
CARD, BECTON DICKINSON (CGIA BD VERITOR COVID-19 TEST) OR ROCHE/SD BIOSENSOR F TEST
BASED ON A NASAL SWAB, ISSUED AT MOST 48HR BFR DEP OF THE LAST DIRECT FLT TO ST.
MAARTEN. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO: -PAX YOUNGER THAN 10 YEARS OF AGE. -PAX ARR FM
LOW RISK COUNTRIES AS LISTED ON HTTPS://STMAARTENENTRY.COM/ FOR PART 2 OF 2 REFER
TO NOTAM A0737/20.

A0737/20 NOTAMN Q) TJZS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1802N06306W005 A) TNCM B)
2012052014 C) 2103050359 E) PART 2 OF 2 CONT NOTAM A0736/20. 1.RESIDENTS OF
ST.MAARTEN ARE SUBJ A COVID19 PCRTEST UPON ARR AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE OF 125 IF THEY
ARE ARR FM THE USA WO A NEGATIVE PCR TEST OBTAINED FM A COVID19 MOLECULAR SARS-
COV-2 TEST BASED ON A NAVAL SWAB, ISSUED AT MOST 120HR BFR DEP OF THE LAST DCT FLT
TO ST.MAARTEN OR A NEGATIVE ABBOT-CGIA PANBIO COVID19-AG RAPID TEST, ABBOT-
BINAXNOW COVID-19 AG CARD, BECTON DICKINSON (CGIA BD VERITOR COVID-19 TEST) OR
ROCHE/SD BIOSENSOR F TEST BASED ON A NASAL SWAB, ISSUED AT MOST 48HR BFR DEP OF
THE LAST DIRECT FLT TO ST.MAARTEN. 2.AIRLINE CREW STAYING FOR A MAX OF 24HR AND ARR
WO NEGATIVE RT-PCR TEST FOR THE SARS-COV-2 VIRUS OBTAINED FM A NASO-PHARYNGEAL
SWAB ISSUED AT MOST 120HR(5DAYS) PRIOR TO DEP OR A NEGATIVE ABBOT-CGIA PANBIO
COVID19-AG RAPID TEST, ABBOT-BINAXNOW COVID19 AGCARD, BECTON DICKINSON CGIA BD
VERITOR COVID19 TEST OR ROCHE/SD BIOSENSOR F TEST BASED ON A NASAL SWAB, ISSUED AT
MOST 48HR(2DAYS) BFR DEP OF THE LAST DCT FLT TO ST.MAARTEN ARE SUBJ QUARANTINE TIL
THEIR NEXT FLT. THEY MUST HAVE COMPLETED A HEALTH DECLARATION FORM AT LEAST 12HR
BFR DEP AT HTTPS://STMAARTENENTRY.COM AND MUST ALSO PRESENT AN APV EMAIL AUTH
AT CHECKIN AND UPON ARR.

 

St. Kitts and Nevis

SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS

 

Date:                     10/12/2020
Subject:               Latest Country Restrictions through October 31st, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

Only Repatriation Flights
 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

Technical / refueling stop is allow with same day departure / Crew Rest is not allow
 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

14 Days
 

 

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

31 October 2020
 

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

Please be reminder that our boarders still remain closed, for any other information/ restriction please see website. www.COVID19.gov.kn
 

Quarantine Terms & Conditions Form

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1896/20 NOTAMR A1688/20 Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1718N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2009291830 C) 2010312200 D) DLY 1000-2200 E) AD OPR HR CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC. 

 

A1898/20 NOTAMR A1691/20 Q) TTZP/QFAAP/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1718N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2009291835 C) 2010312200 E) ALL ARRIVING AND DEPARTING FLIGHTS RESTRICTED TO: -SPECIAL PRE-APPROVED FLIGHTS -EMERGENCY AND MEDEVAC FLIGHTS -CARGO AND COURIER FLIGHTS. FOR APPROVAL CONTACT THE AIRPORT MANAGER AT 1(869)662-5812 OR THE OPERATIONS MANAGER AT 1(869)662-5036.

 

A1902/20 NOTAMR A1693/20 Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1718N06243W005 A) TKPK B) 2009291845 C) 2010310359 E) DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK, THE GOVERNMENT OF ST. KITTS-NEVIS HAS UPDATED ITS TRAVEL ADVISORY WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT TO DENY ENTRY TO NON-CITIZENS AND NON-RESIDENTS WHO HAVE TRAVELLED TO CHINA, IRAN, HONG KONG, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, JAPAN, EUROPE, THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. NATIONALS AND LEGAL CITIZENS OF THE FEDERATION ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO AVOID ALL NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL TO COUNTRIES OR JURISDICTIONS WHERE COVID-19 CASES HAVE BEEN REPORTED AND WHERE THERE IS LOCAL/COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION. NATIONALS AND LEGAL CITIZENS OF ST. KITTS-NEVIS ARRIVING FROM THE AFOREMENTIONED DESTINATIONS OR ANY OTHER DESTINATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO ENTRY SCREENING AND A MANDATORY FOURTEEN (14) DAY QUARANTINE PERIOD UPON ARRIVAL. ALL PERSONS ARRIVING FROM ANY OTHER INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION: 1) WILL GO THROUGH AN ADVANCED SCREENING PROCESS AT POINT OF ENTRY, REGARDLESS OF YOUR POINT OF ORIGIN. 2) WILL BE SUBJECTED TO A MANDATORY QUARANTINE PERIOD OF NOT LESS THAN FOURTEEN (14) DAYS AT A GOVERNMENT DESIGNATED QUARANTINE SITE. 3) WILL RECEIVE HEALTH CHECKS BY THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH'S DESIGNATED QUARANTINE OFFICIAL ON A DAILY BASIS. 4) MAY BE REFUSED ENTRY.

 

A1899/20 NOTAMR A1692/20 Q) TTZP/QFAAP/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1712N06235W005 A) TKPN B) 2009291855 C) 2010312200 E) ALL ARRIVING AND DEPARTING FLIGHTS RESTRICTED TO: -SPECIAL PRE-APPROVED FLIGHTS -EMERGENCY AND MEDEVAC FLIGHTS -CARGO AND COURIER FLIGHTS. FOR APPROVAL CONTACT THE AIRPORT MANAGER AT 1(869)663-5457 OR 1 (869)664-5457.

 

A1900/20 NOTAMR A1689/20 Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1712N06235W005 A) TKPN B) 2009291850 C) 2010312200 D) DLY: 1100-2200 E) AD OPR HR CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

 

A1901/20 NOTAMR A1690/20 Q) TTZP/QFZAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1712N06235W005 A) TKPN B) 2009291855 C) 2010312000 D) DLY: 1200-2000 E) CUSTOMS AND IMMIGRATIONS HOURS OF OPERATIONS CHANGED.

 

St. Vincent and The Grenadines - Open with Restrictions - 01/07/2021

ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES 

Date: 01/07/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through are open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • We are currently accepting flights (Please see the protocol for Entry of travelers into St. Vincent and the Grenadines attached)
  • see protocol tor entry at TVSC dated January 4 2021
  • All passengers and crew overnighting  are required to complete and submit the online Pre-
  • Arrival Travel Form prior to your arrival into St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
  • No documents is need for crew same day operation.
  • Please visit: www.health.gov.vc then click on the Pre-Arrival Travel Form
  • Please note in order to obtain authorization for all operations, we need the full schedule and gendecs with all pertinent details of the passengers and crew, address/ name of hotel where all arriving persons have confirmed reservations, a negative COVID-19 PCR Test result not exceeding 3 days prior to date of travel.
  • Operations at The AIA now commence at  1000-2300UTC daily. Overtime is currently available but once approved by the airport authorities however avoid sending short notices for favorable responses
  • PPR is still required for all flights to St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • PROTOCOL THE ENTRY OF TRAVELLERS TO ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES DEVELOPED BY HEALTH SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION (NEMO), ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, WEST INDIES PROTOCOL FOR THE ENTRY OF TRAVELLERS TO ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES Commencing  December 15th, 2020 
  • ESTABLISH RISK OF ARRIVING TRAVELLER
  • The arriving traveler will:
    • 1. Complete the Pre-Arrival Form available at www.health.gov.vc
  • And the Port Health Officer will:
    •  1. Review Port Health form for each arriving passenger.
  • PHASED PROCESS OF ENTRY OF TRAVELERS TO ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: 
    • TESTING & QUARANTINE:
      • PHASE #9 – Commencing Monday January 4, 2021:
      • 1. Travellers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines MUST ARRIVE WITH a negative SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR COVID-19 test results as per the following:
      • A. High Risk Countries:
        • i. Barbados, United States of America, including the United States Virgin Islands (USVI),China, United Kingdom, Germany, Guyana, Suriname, Belize, St. Lucia, Grenada, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Brazil, India, Panama, Argentina, Peru, Haiti, Colombia, South Africa, 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. MUST Mandatory quarantine for ten (10) 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.
        • vii. Must continue Nine (9) to sixteen (16) monitored days in an approved home/hotel/vessel at the discretion of the Port Health Officer.
      • B. Medium Risk Countries (the country of residence will be the last country that the traveler was present in for at least 21 days):
        • i. Taiwan, Cuba, British Virgin Islands, 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. Must Mandatory quarantine for five (5) days in a Tourism Authority /MOHWE approved Transition /Quarantine Hotel at their cost.
        • v . Must be retested on day four (4) of quarantine.
        • Vi. Must continue five (5) monitored days in an approved home/hotel/vessel at the discretion of the Port Health Officer.  
      • C. Low Risk Countries (The country of residence will be the last country that traveler was present in for at least 21 days):
        • i. Anguilla, Dominica , Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis;
        • 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.
      • D. 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
      • E. Any other country not assigned to the above categories should be assumed to be high risk.
      • F. High risk occupations include:
        • i. Canadian Farm Workers
        • ii. Crew members (persons coming from sailing vessel)
        • iii. Oil Rig workers
        • iv. Health Care Workers (current)
        • v.  Prison/Detention Facility Workers.
    • 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 over-night stay, that period must be spent at the Argyle International Airport.
        • iii. If the in-transit period includes an over-night 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’s travel website to determine the requirements for travel. For
        • i.  Grenada - hgps://www.nowgrenada.com/2020/07/protocol-for-travellersinto-grenada/
        • ii. Antigua - hgps://visitan:guabarbuda.com/travel-advisory/
        • iii. Barbados - hgps://www.visitbarbados.org/covid-19-travel-guidelines- 2020
        • iv. St. Lucia - hgps://www.stlucia.org/en/covid-19/
    • 5.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.
  • PROCESS ON ARRIVAL
    • ARRIVAL ASSESSMENT:
    • 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 travelers.
    • c. All travelers will be assessed by the Port Health  Officers to determine their final level of risk and the length of mandatory quarantine required.
    • d. All travelers 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 travelers with a positive COVID-19 PCR test result will be isolated in an approved accommodation/facility at the traveler´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.
  • * Please note that this protocol may be revised at any time at the discretion of the Health Services Subcommittee of the National Emergency Management Committee/COVID-19 Task Force, Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

 

Quarantine Requirements

 

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

  • Accordingly to the NOTAMS COVID 19 Related March 31 st 2021

 

Any other pertinent information

  • All aircrafts must be disinfected and sprayed with insecticide before arrival.
  • PPR is required for all flights to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

 

NOTAMS 

A0018/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AW/000/999/1309N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 1 OF 5 B)

2101042100 C) 2103312000 E) EFFECTIVE JANUARY 4, 2021 1.TRAVELLERS TO ST. VINCENT AND

THE GRENADINES MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2RT-PCR COVID-19 TEST RESULT

AS PER THE FOLLOWING: A.HIGH RISK COUNTRIES: 1.BARBADOS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS(USVI), CHINA, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY,

GUYANA, SURINAME, BELIZE, ST.LUCIA, GRENADA, JAMAICA, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO,

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, MEXICO, BRAZIL, INDIA, PANAMA, ARGENTINA, PERU, HAITI, COLOMBIA,

SOUTH AFRICA, NIGERIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, ITALY, BAHAMAS, CANADA, TURKS AND

CIAOS ISLANDS, FRANCE (INCLUDING OVERSEAS REGIONS), SPAIN AND RUSSIA. PART 1 OF 5

o A0022/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AW/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 1 OF 4 B)

2101050542 C) 2103312000 E) EFFECTIVE JANUARY 4, 2021 1.TRAVELLERS TO ST. VINCENT AND

THE GRENADINES MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2RT-PCR COVID-19 TEST RESULT

AS PER THE FOLLOWING: A.HIGH RISK COUNTRIES: 1.BARBADOS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS (USVI), CHINA, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY,

GUYANA, SURINAME, BELIZE, ST.LUCIA, GRENADA, JAMAICA, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO,

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, MEXICO, BRAZIL, INDIA, PANAMA, ARGENTINA, PERU, HAITI, COLOMBIA,

SOUTH AFRICA, NIGERIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, ITALY, BAHAMAS, CANADA, TURKS AND

CAICOS ISLANDS, FRANCE INCLUDING OVERSEAS REGIONS), SPAIN AND RUSSIA. 2.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. 3.MAY BE RETESTED FOR COVID-19 (RT-PCR)

ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. 4.MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR TEN (10) DAYS IN A TOURISM

AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL AT THEIR COST. MUST

ARRIVE WITH PROOF OF THE FULLY PAID RESERVATION. 5.MUST TRANSFER TO THE TRANSITION

HOTEL IN AN APPROVED AIA TAXI OR APPROVED VESSEL (PLANE OR FERRY) AT OWN EXPENSE.

6.MUST BE RETESTED BETWEEN DAY FOUR (4) AND DAY SEVEN (7) OF QUARANTINE. PART 1 OF

4

 

A0022/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AW/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 2 OF 4 B)

2101050542 C) 2103312000 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):

1.TAIWAN, CUBA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA 2.MUST ARRIVE WITH A

NEGATIVE RESULT OF A COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE

ARRIVAL. 3.MAY BE RETESTED ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. 4.MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR FIVE (5)

DAYS IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL AT

THEIR COST. 5.MUST BE RETESTED ON DAY FOUR (4) OF QUARANTINE. 6.MUST CONTINUE FIVE

(5) MONITORED DAYS IN AN APPROVED HOME/HOTEL/VESSEL AT THE DISCRETION OF THE

PORT HEALTH OFFICER. C.LOW RISK COUNTRIES (THE COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE

LAST COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELLER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS): 1.ANGUILLA,

DOMINICA, MONTSERRAT, ST. KITTS AND NEVIS 2.MUST ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF A

COVID-19 (RT-PCR) TEST DONE NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. 3.MAY BE TESTED

ON ARRIVAL IN SVG AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PORT HEALTH OFFICER. PART 2 OF 4

 

A0022/21 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AW/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 3 OF 4 B)

2101050542 C) 2103312000 E) 4.NO QUARANTINE IF NO EVIDENCE OF ONBOARD VESSEL

EXPOSURE AND NOT IN A HIGH-RISK OCCUPATION.

o A2327/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1309N06109W005 A) TVSA B)

2012011000 C) 2102282300 D) DAILY :1000 - 2300 E) AD HR OF SERVICE

o A2034/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 1 OF 3 B)

2010212025 C) 2101201759 E) 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. HIGH RISK COUNTRIES: I. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES

VIRGIN ISLANDS (USVI), CHINA,CANADA,ICELAND, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY, BRITISH

VIRGIN ISLANDS, GUYANA, SURINAME, BELIZE, JAMAICA, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, DOMINICAN

REPUBLIC, MEXICO, BRAZIL, INDIA, PANAMA, ARGENTINA, PERU, HAITI, COLOMBIA, SOUTH

AFRICA, NIGERIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, ITALY, BAHAMAS, 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 FIVE (5) DAYS BEFORE

ARRIVAL. III. WILL BE RETESTED FOR COVID-19 (RT-PCR) ON ARRIVAL IN SVG. III. MUST

UNDERGO MANDATORY FIVE (5) DAY QUARANTINE IN A TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE

APPROVED TRANSITION/QUARANTINE HOTEL AT THEIR COST. MUST ARRIVE WITH PROOF OF

THE FULLY PAID RESERVATION. IV. MUST TRANSFER TO THE TRANSITION HOTEL IN AN

APPROVED AIA TAXI OR APPROVED VESSEL (PLANE OR FERRY) AT THEIR EXPENSE. V. MUST BE

RETESTED BETWEEN DAY FOUR (4) AND DAY FIVE (5) OF QUARANTINE. END PART 1 OF 3

 

A2133/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 1 OF 2 B)

2011022047 C) 2101201759 E) LOW RISK: 1. CARICOM BUBBLE - ACTIVATED: BARBADOS A. FOR

THE PURPOSES OF THE CARICOM BUBBLE, THE COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE LAST

COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST 14 DAYS. B. NOT REQUIRED TO

ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT FOR A COVID- 19 TEST. C. MAY BE TESTED ON ARRIVAL IN

SVG AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PORT HEALTH OFFICER. D. NO QUARANTINE IF NO EVIDENCE

OF ONBOARD VESSEL EXPOSURE AND NOT IN A HIGH RISK OCCUPATION. 2. CARICOM BUBBLE -

NOT ACTIVATED: A. ANGUILLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, DOMINICA, GRENADA, MONTSERRAT,

ST. KITTS AND NEVIS, ST. LUCIA, B. FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE CARICOM BUBBLE, THE COUNTRY

OF RESIDENCE WILL BE THE LAST COUNTRY THAT THE TRAVELER WAS PRESENT IN FOR AT LEAST

14 DAYS. C. REQUIRED TO ARRIVE WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT FOR A COVID-19 TEST. D. MAY BE

TESTED ON ARRIVAL IN SVG AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PORT HEALTH OFFICER. E. MUST BE

SUBJECTED TO MANDATORY QUARANTINE FOR FORTY-EIGHT (48) TO SEVENTY-TWO (72)

HOURS AT HOME TO AWAIT CLEARANCE. END PART 1 OF 2 A2133/20 NOTAMN Q)

TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1310N06109W005 A) TVSA PART 2 OF 2 B) 2011022047 C)

2101201759 E) F. MAY CONTINUE NINE (9) TO SIXTEEN (16) MONITORED DAYS IN AN APPROVED

HOME/HOTEL/VESSEL AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PORT HEALTH OFFICER. 3. BUBBLE

RESORTS/HOTELS IN SVG: A. SVG ISLAND RESORTS/HOTELS DESIGNATED BUBBLE RESORTS BY

THE TOURISM AUTHORITY/MOHWE (THE ENTIRE ISLAND OR HOTEL FACILITY IS CONSIDERED A

COVID-19 FREE SPACE). B. ADHERE TO TESTING AS PER BUBBLE RESORT PROTOCOLS: I. ALL

GUESTS ARRIVE WITH NEGATIVE RT-PCR RESULTS FOR SARS COV-2 DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS

(FIVE DAYS WITH PERMISSION). II. GUESTS ARRIVING VIA DIRECT PRIVATE PLANES WITH

NEGATIVE RT-PCR TEST RESULTS WILL NOT QUARANTINE. 4. ANY OTHER COUNTRY NOT

ASSIGNED TO THE ABOVE CATEGORIES SHOULD BE ASSUMED TO BE HIGH RISK. 5. COUNTRIES

ARE PLACED IN CATEGORIES BASED ON THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF COMMUNITY SPREAD IN

THE COUNTRY AND THE LEVEL OF THAT SPREAD: A. HIGH RISK-WIDESPREAD SIGNIFICANT

INCREASING COMMUNITY SPREAD B. MEDIUM RISK-LIMITED COMMUNITY SPREAD MAY BE

INCREASING C. LOW RISK-NO ACTIVE COMMUNITY SPREAD. 6. HIGH RISK OCCUPATIONS

INCLUDE: A. CREW MEMBERS (PERSONS COMING FROM A SAILING VESSEL) B. OIL RIG WORKERS

C. HEALTH CARE WORKERS (CURRENT) D. PRISON/DETENTION FACILITY WORKERS. END PART 2

OF 2

  •  

  •  

Suriname - Closed - 01/04/2021

SURINAME

 

Date: 01/04/2021
Subject: COVID Country Restrictions


Suriname CLOSED.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • The airport is still closed for international flights.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • Technical stops can be possible if the landing request has been requested on time.  Crew rest is
    still not possible.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Maximum 14 days in one of the hotels which are used as quarantine.

 

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

  • 19JAN21.

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Please note that the procedure to obtain a landing permit to land in Suriname is the following now (different as before it was done online):
  • The operator must send a letter to the :
  • A letter with the request to land at Suriname must be sent to these authorities, with all the details of the flight.
  • After the request has been approved, then the request can be send to the CAA to request the landing permit..

 

Latest NOTAM

A0003/21 - IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS DUE TO(COVID-19)
EMERGENCY STATE, AD OPR HRS ADJUSTED AS FOLLOWS:
-MON TUE WED FRI AND SAT NORMAL OPS FROM 1100-2200 UTC. THU AND SUN
ONLY AVBL ON REQUEST VIA AIRPORT AUTHORITY
FLIGHTOPS?JAPI-AIRPORT.COM
-FLIGHTS WITH SMJP AS AN ALTERNATE WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED DURING
ADJUSTED AD OPERATIONAL HOURS.
-ALL NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS MUST HAVE PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE HEAD OF
CIVIL
AVIATION DEPARTEMENT WITH AT LEAST 72HR NOTICE.

-ALL NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS MUST MAKE PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS VIA
FLIGHTOPS?JAPI-AIRPORT.COM WITH FLIGHT DETAILS TO RECEIVE AD
OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS.
-ALL PAX FLIGHTS(REPATRIATION) MUST OBTAIN PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FROM
THE NATIONAL OUTBREAK MANAGEMENT TEAM. 05 JAN 00:00 2021 UNTIL 19 JAN 03:00
2021. CREATED: 05 JAN 00:00 2021

A0004/21 - IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS DUE TO COVID-19
EMERGENCY STATE,AD CLOSED FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL PAX ARRIVALS AND PAX
DEPARTURES.
ALL OTHER FLIGHTS MUST BE WITHIN THE OPS HOURS OF
SMZO(SUNRISE-SUNSET. 05 JAN 00:10 2021 UNTIL 19 JAN 03:00 2021. CREATED: 05
JAN 00:10 2021

 

Trinidad and Tobago

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 

 

Date:                     11/30/2020


Subject:               Latest Country Restrictions through January 5 2021 Accordingly to the NOTAM

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Please see below regulations regarding the closure of Trinidad and Tobago airport.
    • Legal Supplement Part B – Vol. 59, No. 176 – 09 November, 2020.
    • THE PUBLIC HEALTH [2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (2019-nCoV)] (NO. 29) REGULATIONS, 2020.
    • Note carefully:
    • Regulations #10 and #17:-
      • “10. All air and sea ports or any place where an aircraft or ship or vessel can land shall, except in relation to air and sea cargo, remain closed to the arrival or departure of aircraft or ships or other vessels carrying passengers unless permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.
      • 17. These Regulations shall have effect from  23rd November 2020  to 6th  December, 2020. 
  • Nationals and permanent residents seeking to enter must submit their request for exemption to the email address [email protected] for the consideration of the Minister of National Security.
  • Persons wishing to depart Trinidad must submit their request to [email protected] for the consideration of the Minister of National Security.
  • The following documents must be provided along with the request for exemption:
    • Copy of bio data page of their passport.
    • Copy of their permanent resident stamp in their passport or a copy of permanent residence certificate (Trinidad & Tobago only).
    • Negative PCR Test within 72 hours of arrival
  • Arriving at POS/TTPP:
    • In order to facilitate an efficient arrival process, please provide your AC Type, MTOW and Itinerary along with the following:

 

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Please be advised, crew rest are prohibited at this time due to the restrictions.

 

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • ALL Crew are required to remain on board.
  • ALL arriving passengers will be quarantined by the State for a minimum of fourteen (14) days.  

 

 

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

  •  We will update on this once the information is received from authorities
  • Accordingly to the Notam January 5 2021

 

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • A letter of exemption from the current landing restrictions – Special Approval from our Ministry of National Security.
  • The Ministry of National Security may be contacted as follows:  
  • The Honorable Mr. Stuart Young
    • Minister of National Security
    • Ministry of National Security, Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
      • Temple Court 1, 31-33 Abercromby Street, Port of Spain.
      • TEL: 1 868 623 2441-5
      • FAX: 1 868 627 8044
      • EMAIL:  [email protected]
  • Links
    • http://www.health.gov.tt/sitepages/default.aspx?id=292
    • https://www.visittobago.gov.tt/corporate/tobago-tourism-sector-relief-grants

 

 

 

NOTAMS attached of TTCP Airport and TTZP FIR

A2317/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QFAXX///A/000/999/1109N06050W005 A) TTCP B) 2011301200 C) 2101051000 E) IN ACCORDANCE WITH A DIRECTIVE FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.THE AERODROME IS CLOSED TO ALL INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CARGO FLIGHTS WITH PRIOR AUTHORISATION.DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
 

A2270/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1450N05112W999 A) TTZP PART 1 OF 2 B) 2011241240 C) 2012070359 E) TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (TTZP PIARCO FIR) COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS: LEGAL SUPPLEMENT PART B - VOL.59, NO.197-22 NOVEMBER 2020 LEGAL NOTICE NO.365 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH (2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (2019-NCOV)(NO.32) REGULATIONS, 2020. THESE REGULATIONS ARE APPLICABLE TO THE STATE OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO AND PROVIDE THAT ALL AIR AND SEA PORTS OR ANY PLACE WHERE AN ACFT OR SHIP OR VESSEL CAN LAND, EXCEPT IN RELATION TO AIR AND SEA CARGO, REMAIN CLSD TO THE ARR OR DEP OF ACFT OR SHIPS OR OTHER VESSELS CARRYING PAX UNLESS PERMITTED BY THE MINISTER WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR NATIONAL SECURITY. THESE REGULATIONS (NO.32) SHALL HAVE EFFECT UNTIL 6 DECEMBER 2020. PART 1 OF 2
 

A2270/20 NOTAMN Q) TTZP/QXXXX///AE/000/999/1450N05112W999 A) TTZP PART 2 OF 2 B) 2011241240 C) 2012070359 E) ANY AIR OPERATOR WHO WISHES TO OPERATE INTO OR OUT OF ANY AIRPORT IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, MUST FIRST GAIN APPROVAL FROM THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY, AND THEN, ONCE THE APPROVAL IS RECEIVED, MUST APPLY TO THE TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (TTCAA) FOR A PERMIT IN ACCORDANCE WITH TTCAR NO.17. SUCH FLIGHTS FOR THE CARRIAGE OF PAX MAY ONLY TAKE PLACE AFTER THE WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE AIR TRANSPORT PERMIT ARE BOTH RECEIVED. IN LIGHT OF THE CURRENT RESTRICTIONS AND IN ORDER TO ENSURE THAT ALL LEGAL APPROVALS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FOR OPS INTO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FOR THE CARRIAGE OF PAX, PLEASE ENSURE THAT ANY AIR OPERATOR REQUESTING HANDLING, SUBMITS THE WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND APPLIES FOR A PERMIT TO OPERATE VIA ECONREG(AT)CAA.GOV.TT UNRESTRICTED ATC SERVICE CONTINUES TO BE PROVIDED TO INTERNATIONAL OVERFLIGHTS WITHIN THE PIARCO FIR. F) SFC G) UNL PART 2 OF 2

 

Turks & Caicos - Open with Restrictions - 01/05/2021

TURKS & CAICOS 


Date: 01/05/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through Open with restrictions  

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Turks and Caicos borders it is open Flight operators need only be aware of the current Covid travel restrictions requiring advance travel authorization letter
  • There are no changes to arrival procedures - still need the PCR test and proof of medevac trip insurance / Once again, the procedures are outlined on our website, and you can get there by clicking the moving graphic below
  • You can learn all about it by clicking the Start Application button below The webpage that opens will explain the 3 steps involved
  • New Mandatory Entry Requirements for the Turks and Caicos
  • Advance Travel Authorization Instructions
  • The Turks and Caicos has new restrictions requiring advance travel authorization.
    • All visitors are required to upload negative PCR COVID tests 
    • and proof of COVID medevac travel insurance to the TCI Assured Web Portal, (The only change is that Provo Air Center can now handle your TCI Assured Travel Authorization application for you.  The cost is $60 per person, plus the cost of trip insurance, and you only need to send us a credit card.  We'll do the rest)
    • and to receive a travel authorization that must be printed and presented to the Ministry of Health representative upon arrival.
  • 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 PCR TEST NO MORE THAN 5 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL The test must meet the following guidelines:
      • A COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test is the only test accepted.
      • The official documentation of the laboratory that conducted the COVID-19 test should state the name, address, telephone number and email address of the laboratory at which the PCR COVID-19 test was conducted
        • Date the PCR COVID-19 test was conducted
        • Full names, date of birth and address of person tested for PCR COVID-19
        • Results of the PCR 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 and Aircraft Repair Technicians staying less than 24 hours
        • Children under the age of ten years
        • Medevac crew and personnel
        • Transit passengers or crew
      • 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 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://auraassistance.instanda.com/Public/PreQuoteQuestions?PackageId=17050&pageNumber=1
    • Credit cards are not accepted as a form of insurance.
    • 3.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
  • ADDITIONALLY 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.
    • http://www.provoaircenter.com/resources/pdf/Provo_Air_Center_ADVANCE-TRAVEL-AUTHORIZATION-INSTRUCTIONS.pdf

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions –

  • We accept tech stops for Jet-A aircrafts only.
  • 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 –

  • Everyone on board must fill up the attached Travel Questionnaire.
  • In order to continue to serve you, we have agreed to follow strict protocols as set by our Ministry of Health 
  • Incoming aircraft will be placed in a quarantined area and flight crew are restricted to the "Q Lounge" ;./PROVO AIR CENTER FBO INFORMATION
  • As the remainder of our building remains closed to visitors

 

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

  • NO Date provided and per NOTAM MARCH 31 (attached)

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • For more information please click the link below
  • Government web Portal:
  • PROVO AIR CENTER FBO INFORMATION
    • In order to continue to serve you, we have agreed to follow strict protocols as set by our Ministry of Health.
      • We still need you to have every crew member fill out the Traveler Health Declaration
      • Incoming aircraft will be placed in a quarantined area
      • INTRODUCING OUR NEW Q LOUNGE FOR FLIGHT CREW!  While our building remainsmmainly closed to the public, we now have a beautifully appointed special lounge with ensuite bathroom where flight crew can relax, enjoy a snack, browse internet and check weather without breaking quarantine
      • As the remainder of our building remains closed to visitors, interaction with staff will be extremely limited, so payment arrangements will need to be made online
      • Our new temporary opening hours are 9am to 4pm daily, with extended hours available upon request. 
      • Email is the best way to contact us, both during and outside of those hours. 
      • Our Night Concierge service is still in place for after-hours inquiries.

 

NOTAMS MBPV / MBGT / MBAC

o A0140/20 NOTAMN Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV B) 2012292104 C) 2103312359 E) AIRMEN

ARE ADZ DUE TO HEAVY TFC DEMAND AND IN AN EFFORT TO HAVE A MORE EVEN

DISTRIBUTION OF TFC AND AVOID CONGESTION DURING THE WEEKENDS, GA FLTS ARE

DISCOURAGED FROM OPERATING INTO/OUT OF MBPV BTN THE HOURS OF 1700Z AND 2100Z

ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS.

o A0157/20 NOTAMR A0061/20 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV PART 1 OF 2 B) 2012302019 C)

2103312359 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 A0157/20 NOTAMR A0061/20 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV PART 2 OF 2 B)

2012302019 C) 2103312359 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.

END PART 2 OF 2

o A0159/20 NOTAMR A0032/20 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV B) 2012302020 C) 2103312359 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.

o A0147/20 NOTAMR A0117/20 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV B) 2012302003 C) 2103312359 E)

AIRMEN ARE ADZ TO CTC CLR DELIVERY AT PROVIDENCIALES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ON

FREQUENCY 120.650 MHZ TO OBTAIN ATC ROUTE CLR. WILL BE INCORPORATED INTO THE TCI

AIP.

o A0154/20 NOTAMR A0070/20 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBPV B) 2012302013 C) 2103312359 E)

AIRMEN ARE ADZ THAT STUDENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER IS PRESENTLY ENGAGED IN ON THE

JOB TRG AT THE PROVIDENCIALES APP AND AD SECTORS, UNTIL FURTHER ADZ.

o A0134/20 NOTAMN Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBGT B) 2012031100 C) 2110310000 E) AIRMEN

ARE ADVISED THAT GRAND TURK AERODROME HAS RESUMED STANDARD OPERATIONAL

HOURS. NOVEMBER TO MARCH 1100-0100 AND MARCH TO NOVEMBER 1000-0000.

o A0139/20 NOTAMR A0138/20 Q) KZMA/QXXXX////// A) MBGT B) 2012031941 C) 2103310000 E)

AIRMEN ARE ADZ MBGT AERODROME CLASSIFIED FOR DOMESTIC OPERATIONS.

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS UPON REQUEST.

o A0062/20 NOTAMN Q) /QXXXX////// A) MBAC B) 2007252041 C) PERM E) AIRMEN ARE ADVISED

AMBERGRIS CAY AERODROME IS CERTIFICATED TO ACCOMMODATE PUBLIC TRANSPORT

AIRCRAFT BELOW 10,000KG MTOM.

o A0063/20 NOTAMN Q) /QXXXX////// A) MBAC B) 2007252042 C) PERM E) AIRMEN ARE ADVISED

TO CONTACT AMBERGRIS CAY FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICES (FIS) ON FREQUENCY

122.25MHZ

  •  

  •  

Uruguay - Closed

URUGUAY

 

Date:                     11/30/2020

Subject:                COVID Country Restrictions through end of Summer-2021

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No Foreigners allows in Uruguay from December 21st through January 10th
    • Flights allowed are to pick up people in country
    • Cargo flights.
  • Transitory income for labor, economic, business or judicial purposes managed to the national Migration directorate business or Judicial purposes managed to the National Migration Directorate by the competent Ministry to the Area of activity involved and justifying reasons  of need that cannot be postponed. Persons included in the above mentioned literals, must comply with the sanitary measures that the competent authority determines. General sanitary measures required are: A COVID negative test done with no more than 72hs prior the enter to our country, quarantine.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • None. Only landing permit required.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • At least 7 days with a 2nd negative COVID test, or a 14 days long quarantine.

 

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

  • End of Summer 2021.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

US Virgin Islands - Open With Restrictions - August, 18 2020

US VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

Date:               08/18/2020

Subject:           Latest Restrictions UFN

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  •  The Airports are open and working with the below restrictions
  • here are the following restrictions of the U.S.V.I. Kindly be advised that in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19  in the territory, our Governor, Albert Bryan has ordered our territory to return to a “Stay at Home” status, which means the closure of non-essential businesses, restaurants limited to take-out, delivery or drive-through service and prohibiting hotels, villas, Airbnbs, temporary vacation housing and charter vessels and similar businesses from accepting leisure travel reservations
  • For more information about our territory’s Covid-19 Status please visit site: https://www.vi.gov/covid/phases/
  • The prohibition of new leisure travel reservations is effective immediately and on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, those businesses are prohibited from admitting any new check-ins or registering any new guests for 30 days unless the order is lifted sooner.
  • The new restriction does not apply to business travelers, emergency personnel, flight crews or government guests with written authorization from the government agency they are visiting.
  • Taking all of this into account, if the customers do manage to find somewhere to stay, it is highly recommended that they provide their COVID-19 test results before entering the territory
  • Please see COVID-19 screening tool which will need to be presented to the National Guard upon arrival. Passengers can also fill out form https://usvitravelportal.com/
  •  Also attached is the Governors Executive Order more information on the status of the U.S.V.I.
  • US Virgin Islands now require a Covid test 5 days prior to arrival
  • COVID 19 test has to be done before arrival to the Virgin Islands. Crews/Passengers have to show results upon arrival.
  • The website link below has all of the information about what is required. 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling are allowed crew can deplane to verify the fuel uplift ALWAYS wearing a face mask mandatory
  • Crew rest are allowed no restrictions

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • No quarantine requirements unless other indications from health workers at the airport who always when disembark will take everyone temperature and in that moment they decide if quarantine needed.

 

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

  • The prohibition of new leisure travel reservations is effective immediately, and on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, those businesses are prohibited from admitting any new check-ins or registering any new guests for 30 days unless the order is lifted sooner. The new restriction does not apply to business travelers, emergency personnel, flight crews or government guests with written authorization from the government agency they are visiting

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • All persons on board MUST wear a mask face it is mandatory before deplane in case there are not wearing mask NO SERVICE will be provided

 

LATEST NOTAMS

NO NOTAMS related to Covid 19 FOUND

Venezuela

VENEZUELA

Date:                     11/16/2020

Subject:                COVID Country Restrictions through February 11,th 2021

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Yes.
  • Overfly is ok, but INAC is verifying Radio Navigation debts to give authorization.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • No restrictions for technical stop.
  • Notam says is Ok for Cargo, Medevac and Technical stops, but the reality is landing permit is required. All permits to operate to Venezuela, must be requested via chancellery.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Yes.

 

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

  • February 11th, 2021

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

 

A0438/20 - SVMI, SVMC, SVMG, SVBC, SVBM, SVVA, SVJC, SVSA, SVSO, SVPR,

SVMT, SVCS AIRPORTS ARE CLOSED TO ALL INBOUND INTL FLIGHTS DUE TO

COVID-19 INFECTION PREVENTION. THIS RESTRICTION DOES NOT AFFECT THE

FOLLOWING FLIGHTS FM AND TO BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA:

1. IRAN, TURKEY, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC,  MEXICO AND PANAMA.

2. ACFT IN STATE OF EMERGENCY.

3. CARGO AND MAIL FLIGHTS.

4. TECHNICAL LANDING.

5. HUMANITARIAN/MEDEVAC/REPATRIATION FLIGHTS.

6. UNITED NATIONS FLIGHTS.

7. GA AND COMMERCIAL OVERFLIGHTS

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. EXCEPT ACFT IN EMERGENCY THE

EXEMPTED FLIGHTS ARE TO SEEK     PRE-AUTHORIZATION FROM

AERONAUTICAL AUTHORITY ( INAC ),  AUTHORITIES OF HEALTH AND

MIGRATION IN ACCORDANCE

WITH VENEZUELA AIP GEN 1.2. ENR ATS IS NORMAL AND AIR OPERATORS ARE

ABLE TO FILE SVMI, SVMC, SVMG,

SVVA, SVBC AS ALTERNATE AERODROMES. 11 NOV 23:59 2020 UNTIL 11 FEB 23:59 2021.

CREATED: 11 NOV 19:11 2020

     

A0428/20 - DUE TO THE IMPACT OF THE LOW AIR TRAFFIC DEMAND CAUSED BY THE

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC (COVID-19), STRATEGIC DIRECT ROUTING IS

IMPLEMENTED (EDE), WITHIN FIR MAIQUETIA, FOR OVERFLYING, IN

ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

1) ONLY COMMERCIAL AVIATION

2) CRUISE LEVELS TABLE MUST BE APPLIED, RVSM FLIGHT LEVEL BLOCKS

BETWEEN FL290 AND FL410

3) THE FLIGHT PLANS THAT EXCEED THE SIDE LIMITS OF THE

MAIQUETIA/FIR MUST CONTAIN A WAYPOINT TO ENTER AND ANOTHER WAYPOINT

TO EXIT, PUBLISHED IN THE VENEZUELA/AIP

4) WITHIN THE STRATEGIC DIRECT ROUTING AIRSPACE (EDE), DIRECT (DCT)

CAN BE USED BETWEEN POINTS AND RADIO AID PUBLISHED, DISTANCE CAN

NOT EXCEED 200NM

5) THE CONVENTIONAL ATS AND RNAV ROUTE STRUCTURE? COEXISTS WITH

DIRECT ROUTES.

6) STRATEGIC DIRECT ROUTING (EDE) WILL BE APPLIED WITHIN THE

SUPERIOR AIRSPACE DELIMITED BY THE FOLLOWING POINTS? STARTING AT:

VODIN, SILVA, UTGIS, GUTIM, ETALA, BOGSI, ITEGO, ONGAL, VUDAL,

DAREK, PSN 1000N/06230W, PSN 1044N/06147W, MEGIR, PARIA, PSN

1005N/06203W,

PSN

0959N/06155W, PSN 0959N/06127W, ISIGI.

FIR LIMIT LINE TO: MINDA, SIDAM, ANBAG, EDRUG, BIXUS, VUTGI, LOGON,

SIMUR, SINEV.

FIR LIMIT LINE TO: RELUN, PAY, TOPIG, AMAYA, USEKO

FIR LIMIT LINE TO: OPRUS

FIR LIMIT LINE TO: KIKAS

FIR LIMIT LINE TO: CUC, ENPUT

FIR LIMIT LINE TO: SEMDO, KONSO, AKNIL, ORTIZ, URIBI, REBIM, PSN

1200N/07100W, GILGA, PSN 1230N/07125W, ESIPO, CHAVE, PSN

1230N/07030W, DATOR, ALCOT, REPIS, PAGAK, AVELO, BONAX, KABON,

ILKIT, ACORA, VODIN. H24, 05 NOV 01:56 2020 UNTIL 28 DEC 23:59 2020. CREATED:

05 NOV 01:57 2020

 

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