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The Americas & Caribbean

Operation updates by country 

Anguilla - Open with Restrictions - 10/31/2022

ANGUILLA

Date:               October 31, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:             OPEN with NO restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No restrictions.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical allowed

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No quarantine required 

 

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

  • N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

•    N/A
 

NOTAMS

  • No NOTAMS related to COVID19 found.

Antigua & Barbuda - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 08/29/2022

Antigua and Barbuda

Date:               August 29, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with NO Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No Restrictions

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • No Restrictions

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No Quarantine

 

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

  • Open Permanently

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • None

Argentina - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 08/31/2022

ARGENTINA

Date:               August 31, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restriction

Status:           Open with no Restrictions - Permanent

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Effective immediately all COVID requirements to enter Argentina have been permanently eliminated per DA # 837/2022.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • No

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No

 

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

  • NIL

 

Any other pertinent information

  • No

 

Latest NOTAM

  • No

Aruba - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 09/20/2022

ARUBA

Date:               August 20, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

STATUS:        Open with NO Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Effective March 19th, 2022, all travelers will no longer be required to present a COVID-19 negative test result or proof of vaccination. All travelers will still be required to complete Aruba’s Embarkation/Disembarkation Card before arrival, which is the country’s digitized customs and immigration process. 
  • Entry requirements for passengers and crew: Inbound passengers shall complete an ED CARD online, please follow the steps provided on www.edcardaruba.aw 
  • Crew members are exempted of ED cards (only for 24 hours), however if the crew will overnight, they required an online ED card for the immigration process.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • No Restrictions

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No Quarantine Requirements

 

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

  • None

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • Please note that direct flights from Venezuela are not permitted. Venezuelan citizens are required to have a valid visa to travel to Aruba. (Visa from the US, Canada, or Schengen)
  • Since March 1st, 2018, yellow fever vaccine is required, the vaccination certificate must be presented to the emigration official upon arrival, please find more information and see if applies for your specific country at the following link: https://www.airportaruba.com/yellow-fever
  • OPERATING HOURS
    • MON-SUN:    1100UTC - 0259 UTC (0700LT – 2259LT).
    • Exemptions are possible only for Medevac.

 

NOTAMS TNCA

  • None

Bahamas - Open with Restrictions - 07/15/2022

BAHAMAS

 

Date:               July 15, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • THE BAHAMAS REMOVES COVID-19 TESTING REQUIREMENT FOR FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS
  • BAHAMAS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
  • Travel Advisory Update from The Bahamas Ministry of Health & Wellness effective 12:01 am Sunday 19th June 2022
  • Kindly note that those who are vaccinated will only be required to present their passport and proof of vaccination.
  • Please note that persons who are not vaccinated, will be required to have a negative covid testing with 72 hours range
  • The Bahamas Travel Health Visa (BTHV) will no longer be required to travel to The Bahamas.
  • The Ministry of Health & Wellness will also REMOVE the testing requirements for VACCINATED persons entering The Bahamas.
  • To ensure safe travels, All UNVACCINATED travelers ages 2 and older will be required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test — either a negative RT-PCR test or a Rapid Antigen test — taken no more than three days (72 hours) prior to travel and present the negative test results at check-in before travel to The Bahamas.
  • Kindly ensure that applicable documents are in hand to present to Bahamas Immigration upon arrival. Proof of Vaccination (Vaccination Card) or Negative test results (72 hours of arrival) in hand or digital accepted.
  • https://www.bahamas.com/pressroom/the-bahamas-removes-covid-19-testing-requirement-for-fully-vaccinated-travellers

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

No Restrictions for a fuel stop.

 

Quarantine Requirements

Nil

 

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

Unknown

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • If Covid test are available at airport/cost/service hours for this/appointment needed or not
    • Rapid Antigen Test is available at the FBO - $50.00 (0800L - 1500L) results take about 8 mins and they operate Weekdays 8 am - 3pm and Weekends - 9 am to 3pm.
    • PCR can be done at the FBO, or technician can come to you in hotel - $250.00 results take 24 hours (this test will have to be prearranged)
  • if With the COVID regulations implemented all flights into Nassau (Private and /or Charter) needs a landing permit?
    • Landing permits are only required for Part 135 flights.  

 *Before traveling:

 

NO NOTAMS RELATED TO COVID19 FOUND MYNA FIR

Barbados - Open with Restrictions - 08/16/2022

BARBADOS

Date:               August 16, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Covid protocols for Barbados currently updated from May 21st. Effective Wednesday May 25,2022, fully vaccinated travelers to Barbados will no longer have to take a Covid-19 test to enter the country.
  • For fully vaccinated travelers:
    • 1)    Secure your valid Covid-19 certificate (approved vaccines only)
    • 2)    Complete online travel form via www.travelform.gov.bb Immigration / Customs form
  • It is now imperative that FBO have both documents prior arrival to:
    • 1) ensure that all information is correct for the authorities and 
    • 2) to avoid any delays to the client for insufficient and / or incorrect information.
  • Unvaccinated travelers will require a NEGATIVE pre-flight test within three (3) days prior to arrival TBPB. The test may be Standard PCR, Rapid PCR or Rapid Antigen Test. All unvaccinated travelers will be required to take a Rapid Antigen test on arrival at the airport. Once the result is negative, they would be allowed to continue with their accommodation.
  • For quick turn, once the crew will be remaining at the aircraft, no covid paperwork required. 
  • To access the FBO facilities fully vaccinated crew will be required to forward copies of vaccination records or present upon arrival.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • None at this time

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No Quarantine
    • Effective January 30th ,2022 the period of quarantine for unvaccinated travelers is reduced from 5 days to 3 days, with a re-test on day 4 to exit quarantine. Persons are encouraged to book 5 days of quarantine accommodation to allow for return of test results
    • Please see link: https://www.visitbarbados.org/covid-19-travel-guidelines-2020

 

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

  • Indefinitely

 

Any other pertinent information

  • For ED online info please see below for BIM SAFE APP
  • In addition, the passengers and crew (if overnighting) are required to download the BimSafe App on their devices. We recommend that guest familiarize themselves with the BIM Safe app by visiting the following designated websites: https://bimsafe.gov.bb/
  • Some Common Areas of Interest:
    • 1. The BimSafe Process 
    • 2. Accommodation the BimSafe Process:
  • Download can be done from either of the following stores:
  • Account Creation in the BimSafe App- *After downloading the app please click connect in the top right-hand corner to start the account creation process.

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NO NOTAMS FOUND RELATED TO COVID 19

Belize - Open with Restrictions - 05/05/2022

BELIZE

Date:        May 05th 2022
Subject:     Latest Country

Status:    Open with Restrictions 

 

Business Flight Restrictions 

  • The Phillip S. W. Goldson International re - open on 1st October 2020
  • Airport operations are from 1400Z - 2400Z
  • requirements for entering Belize
  • Effective March 1, 2022, fully vaccinated travelers no longer require a negative test but must show proof of vaccination for entry into Belize’s airport, land borders or seaports
  • If unable to show proof or if unvaccinated, the traveler must present proof of a negative PCR result taken within 72 hours of arrival or a negative Antigen Rapid test taken within 48 hours of arrival. A test can be administered by the Ministry responsible for health at the airport at their own expense
  • Passenger could be subject to quarantine for 10 days if the test result is positive
  • This does not apply to passengers:
    • With a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken at most 72 hours before departure 
    • With a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test result taken at most 48 
  • Every child under the age of 5 years shall not be subjected to testing for SARSCoV2 upon entry into Belize through airport, land, or seaport
  • Effective February 15th, 2022, all Foreign Tourists entering Belize will be required to purchase travel health insurance from a local insurance company.
  • The insurance can be obtained at www.belizetravelinsurance.com or upon arrival
  • The Belize travel Health Insurance is mandatory when entering Belize as a tourist
  • This does not apply to 
    • Nationals and residents of Belize.
    • Military personnel
    • Passengers staying for a maximum of 24 hours
  • Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 Test upon arrival at their own expense.
  • Passenger could be subject to quarantine for 10 days if the test result is positive
  • This does not apply to passengers
    • With a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken at most 72 hours before departure
    • With a negative COVID-19 RAPID antigen test result taken at most 48 hours before departure
    • With a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated
    • Younger than 5 years old
    • Between 5 and 11 years old returning to Belize within 2 nights
  • Passengers are subject to medical screening
  • Persons entering Belize ARE NO LONGER REQUIERED to download and complete the Belize Health App prior to arrival 
  • You are required to complete the Customs and Immigration form that is provided to you on your flight to Belize
  • PLEASE keep in mind now the landing permits take up to 48 hours prior to be obtained due the different entities and new procedures to be done

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Tech stops are allowed crews can deplane the aircraft but must observe and follow all safety protocols 

 

Quarantine Requirements 

  • Passenger could be subject to quarantine for 10 days if the test result is positive
  • This does not apply to passengers
    • With a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken at most 72 hours before departure
    • With a negative COVID-19 RAPID antigen test result taken at most 48 hours before departure
    • With a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated
    • Younger than 5 years old
    • Between 5 and 11 years old returning to Belize within 2 nights

 

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 currently. 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.

 

NO NOTAMS RELATED TO COVID19 
 

Bermuda - Open with Restrictions - 04/07/2022

BERMUDA

 

Date:                April 07, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Updates

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

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.
  • Effective immediately,
    • no flights from India or South Africa will be permitted to land in Bermuda and passengers who have travelled from or been in these countries within the last 14 days must quarantine in Bermuda for 14 days.
    • All pre arrival tests must be completed within 3 days (72 hours) of arriving in Bermuda.
  • Additional Covid-19 information can be accessed via the Bermuda Government website www.gov.bm
  • Passengers and airline crew must have an approved travel authorization obtained at least 1 day and at most 3 days before departure
  • Passengers must have:
    • a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 4 days before arrival; or
    • a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test taken at most 2 days before arrival.
    • This does not apply to residents of Bermuda; passengers younger than 2 years. 
  • Passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer (Comirnaty), Sinopharm (BIBP) and Sinovac
    • This does not apply to residents of Bermuda; passengers younger than 12 years
  • AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS
    1. Cedar Aviation, in partnership with the Bermuda Health Department, has limited non-emergency arrivals to occur between 0900L and 1700L.  The reduced hours will ensure the necessary Health Department representatives are available at our facility to process all arrivals and reduce the potential for spreading Covid 19 at our facility and amongst our staff.  We remain flexible to receive any medevac flights based on humanitarian grounds
    2. 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.
    3. 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 at least 48 hours prior to operation.
    4. Subsequent changes to your handling requests must be made using the link https://cedar.vortexcms.com/chc?a=edit.
    5. The online process is intended to streamline the confirmation for all Military, Medical and 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].  
    6. Additionally, Medical Emergency flights operating between 2200L and 0700L must also receive prior permission (PPR) from the Skyport Airport Authority via the link https://bda.vortexcms.com/ppr.
    7. All Military flights must receive prior permission (PPR) from the Skyport Airport Authority via the link https://bda.vortexcms.com/ppr in addition to the Cedar request  https://cedar.vortexcms.com/ppr
    8. All US Military personnel and US Contractors on official US Government business requiring PCR Covid testing to reenter the US should contact [email protected] to arrange testing.\
    9. Effective July 19th , an updated policy regarding crew has been posted on the landing page of the Crew Travel Authorization Application. All Crew and Flight Dispatch Departments are urged to visit the  website https://www.gov.bm/crew-requirements
    10. Traveler’s Authorization Forms are required to be completed by all passengers and medical patients remaining in Bermuda.  The link for these forms is https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers
    11. Aircraft are allowed to remain overnight, but crew must make prior arrangements for accommodations.
    12. If operating as Charter Operations (Part 135) 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- General Information
  • 13.All arriving passengers must take a certified RT-PCR COVID-19 test (nasal swab), ideally, no more than THREE days prior to arrival, and obtain a negative result, have proof of vaccination, and apply for their travel authorization.   If their travel authorization is GREEN, then no testing is required on arrival. If ORANGE, arrival antigen test. If YELLOW, arrival PCR test, 4-day quarantine, day 4 PCR test and day 10 antigen test. If BLUE, day 4 antigen test. If GREY, arrival and day 4 antigen test.
  • 14. Flight crew are not subject to the testing protocols if they are departing within 24 hours of arrival.
  • Additional Travelers information can be found at - https://www.gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers
  • Please refer to the following links for official documentation 
  • GENERAL
    • Please advise your anticipated arrival day and time and subsequent departure.
    • Additionally, please provide the following for all persons onboard the aircraft and send to [email protected]; and [email protected]
      • Name
      • Nationality
      • Date of Birth
      • Passport Number
      • Passport Expiration Date
  • Before travelling to Bermuda, take a moment to learn about our entry requirements, on-island health and safety measures, testing capacity and more.
  • Applying for a Bermuda Travel Authorization

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

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

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Effective immediately, no flights from India or South Africa will be permitted to land in Bermuda and passengers who have travelled from or been in these countries within the last 14 days must quarantine in Bermuda for 14 days
  • Unvaccinated travelers without proof of recent recovery are required to get an arrival PCR test, quarantine for 4 days, get a day 4 quarantine PCR exit test, and a day 10 supervised antigen test (arrival day= day 0). 
  • Accompanied unvaccinated minors travelling with vaccinated parents/guardians will follow the testing and quarantine requirements of their parents.
  • Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days at their own expense 
    • This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer (Comirnaty), Sinopharm (BIBP) and Sinovac.
    • Airline crew who stays for less than 24 hours are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight
    • This does not apply to airline crew with:
      • a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 4 days before arrival; or
      • a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test taken at most 2 days before arrival; and
      • a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer (Comirnaty), Sinopharm (BIBP) and Sinovac.

 

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

UFN

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • Please refer to the following links for official documentation
  • o WeHealth Bermuda App
    • o The Bermuda Government launched the WeHealth Bermuda app in an effort to closely monitor the local developments of COVID-19 and ultimately help control the spread of the virus. WeHealth Bermuda is a new smartphone application that provides anonymous COVID-19 exposure notifications, and it is one of the world's most sophisticated apps of its kind.
    • o All Bermudians and visitors to the island are strongly encouraged to download the app for free from the App Store or Google Play. It will run on iPhone models 6S and above with iOS version 13.7 installed. Android users can use the app if their phone supports Bluetooth Low Energy and Android Version 6 (API 23) or above.
    • o Learn more about WeHealth here

 

NOTAMS

  • A0056/22 NOTAMN Q) KZWY/QXXXX/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2204020200 C) 2206301000 D) 0200-1000 E) GA ACFT SHOULD CTC CEDAR AVIATION (FBO) ON FREQ 131.6 MHZ TO CFM RWY COND REP PRIOR TO ARR.
  • A0030/22 NOTAMR A0179/21 Q) TXKF/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2202281835 C) 2205312300 E) AD OPS 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.
  • A0053/22 NOTAMR A0014/22 Q) KZWY/QXXLT/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2203311230 C) 2205312100 D) 1230-2100 E) GA ARR LTD DUE TO PORT HEALTH RESTRICTIONS. MEDEVAC AND EMERG EXEMPT. CONTACT CEDAR AVIATION FOR ADDN INFO.
  • A0052/22 NOTAMN Q) KZWY/QOECS/IV/BO/E/000/999/3222N06441W005 A) TXKF B) 2204010300 C) PERM E) ACFT ENTRY RQMNTS INSTL. ALL VISITING ACFT MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH ACAS II (TCAS II VERSION 7.1) IN ACCORDANCE WITH SARPS ANNEX 6 PART I AND PART II. NOTICE DETAILS: HTTPS://WWW.BCAA.BM/NOTICES

Bolivia - Open with Restrictions 09/27/2022

BOLIVIA 

Date:                September 27, 2022

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions  

Status:          Open With Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Crew and Passengers must
    • Be fully vaccinated – 14 days prior OR.
    • Negative PCR – 72 Hours prior to arrival OR.
    • Antigen Test - 48 hours prior arrival
    • Travelers are required to complete a passenger locator form

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Travelers are allowed to enter Bolivia. Please check the documentation and/or testing requirements before traveling:
    • NON-VACCINATED: A negative COVID-19 PCR test result. The test must be taken a maximum of 72 hours before departure to Bolivia. Or an Antigen Test made no longer than 48hs prior departure. This requirement does not apply to: -Travelers under the age of 6. PCR Test 72 hours before departure are suffice.
    • VACCINATED: Vaccine certificate completed with at least 2 doses older than 14 days.
    • Travelers are required to complete a passenger locator form and present it to immigration on arrival. https://www.dgac.gob.bo/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Form_Salud_International_EN.pdf
    • This requirement does not apply to: -Nationals and permanent residents of Bolivia.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

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

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • N/A 

 

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

  • N/A 

 

Any other pertinent information. 

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

Brazil - Open with Restrictions 09/21/2022

BRAZIL

Date:               21st Sep 2022

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

Status:           OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Covid vaccination certification – Fully vaccinated 14 days prior departure
  • Children between 2 and 12yo are exempt of vaccine but need to provide PCR or antigen negative test 24hs prior arrival.
  • Children under 2 are exempt of vaccine and test.
  • Foreigners who are not fully vaccinated are not allowed to enter the national territory (with exceptions).

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Ordinance Nº 670, DE 12 DE SETEMBRO DE 2022 establishes the following entry rules for travelers and / or crew members, Brazilians or foreigners coming from abroad:
    • Art. 2 The restrictions mentioned in this Ordinance do not apply:
      • I - children under the age of twelve.
      • II - cargo transport workers.
      • III - to the crew of aircraft.
      • IV - the traffic of border residents in twin cities.
    • Art. 3 The entry into the Country of the traveler of international origin, Brazilian or foreign, is authorized, provided that is presented, alternatively:
      • I - proof of COVID-19 vaccination, pursuant to art. 4, printed or electronically; or
      • II - proof of carrying out a test for screening for SARS-CoV-2 (covid-19) infection, with a negative or non-detectable result, of the antigen test or RT-PCR laboratory performed one day before the embarkation.
        • § 1 The proof of vaccination or test mentioned in items I and II of the caput must be presented, before boarding, to the airline responsible for the flight or to the person responsible for the vessel.
        • § 3 The entry into the national territory of travelers who have had covid-19 in the last ninety days, counted from the date of onset of symptoms, who are asymptomatic and persist with RT-PCR test or detectable antigen test for the SARS-CoV coronavirus -2 (covid-19), will be allowed upon presentation of the following documents:
      • I - two detectable RT-PCR results, with an interval of at least fourteen days, the last being performed up to one day before the moment of departure/entry into the country: and
      • II - medical certificate that must contain the signature of the responsible physician and declare that the individual is asymptomatic and able to travel, including the date of travel.
    • Art. 4 A traveler who has completed the primary vaccination schedule at least fourteen days before the date of departure is considered vaccinated, provided that:
      • I - immunizing agents approved by Local Health Authority, the World Health Organization or the authorities of the country where the traveler was immunized are used; and
      • II - the vaccination certificates contain, at least, the name of the traveler and the following vaccine data:
        • a) trade name or manufacturer's name.
        • b) applied dose(s); and
        • c) date(s) of application of the dose(s).
      • Single paragraph. Vaccination cards in which the data provided for in the headings of the caput are available exclusively in QR-CODE format or in any other encrypted language will not be accepted.
    • Art. 5th RT-PCR or antigen tests with a report must be performed in a laboratory recognized by the health authority of the country of origin.
    • Art. 6th Sars-Cov-2 (covid-19) recovery certificates will not be accepted in place of proof of vaccination or test.
    • Art. 7 The documents required in this Ordinance and issued abroad must be presented in Portuguese, Spanish or English.
       

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • N/A

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • N/A

 

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

  •  N/A

 

Any other pertinent information.

  •  N/A

 

Latest NOTAM

  • N/A

British Virgin Islands - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 08/29/2022

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Date:               August 29, 2022
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No restrictions

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • No restrictions

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No quarantine

 

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

  • Open permanently

 

Any other pertinent information

  • None

 

NOTAMS TUPJ / TUPA /TUPW

  • None

Canada - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 10/01/2022

CANADA

Date:               29th September 2022     

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions UFN

Status:           Open with NO Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • As of October 1, 2022, all COVID-19 border requirements, including vaccination, mandatory use of ArriveCAN, and any testing and quarantine/isolation requirements will end for all travelers entering Canada whether by land, air, or sea.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • None

 

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

  • Until Further Notice.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • None

Cayman Islands - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 08/24/2022

CAYMAN ISLANDS

Date:        August 24, 2022
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions

Status:    Open with Restrictions

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No Restrictions

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • No Restrictions

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • No quarantine

 

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

  • Open permanently

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • None

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • None

Chile - Open with Restrictions 09/22/2022

CHILE

Date:               September 22nd, 2022

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

Chile – COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated; or
  • a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 48 hours before boarding of the last direct flight to Chile.
  • Test upon arrival will be random
  • A completed "SAG Affidavit" must be presented upon arrival. The form can be submitted online before departure at www.sagingresoachile.cl
  • NO COVID Negative Test is required. Recommended, but not mandatory.

 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions/Non-Resident

  • Passengers must have:
    • a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated; or
    • a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 48 hours before boarding of the last direct flight to Chile.
  • This does not apply to passengers younger than 18 years.
  • A completed "SAG Affidavit" must be presented upon arrival. The form can be submitted online before departure at www.sagingresoachile.cl
  • This does not apply to passengers younger than 18 years.
  • Passengers traveling to Easter Island:
    • must have a Mobility Pass obtained before departure at https://mevacuno.gob.cl/ ; and
    • must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 24 hours before boarding the flight at the first embarkation point; and
    • are subject to a COVID-19 antigen test upon arrival.
  • This does not apply to passengers younger than 7 years.
  • This does not apply to passengers with a positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 24 hours before boarding the flight at the first embarkation point; and
    • a positive COVID-19 antigen or PCR test taken at least 10 days and at most 1 month before boarding the flight at the first embarkation point.
  • Passengers younger than 7 years traveling to Easter Island:
    • must have a negative COVID-19 antigen or RT-PCR test taken at most 24 hours before boarding the flight at the first embarkation point; and
    • are subject to a COVID-19 antigen test upon arrival.
  • This does not apply to passengers with a positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at most 24 hours before boarding the flight at the first embarkation point; and
    • a positive COVID-19 antigen or PCR test taken at least 10 days and at most 1 month before boarding the flight at the first embarkation point.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • Its mandatory for all crew members entering Chile to fill a sworn declaration as a crew member in the following link www.sagingresoachile.cl
  • All foreigner crew members must stay in quarantine once they have entered Chile until their next international flight.
  • If crew members don’t want to stay in quarantine during the duration of their stay in Chile, they must enter Chile following the steps described for passengers, which can be found above.

 

Quarantine Requirements/Sanitary Measures

  • N/A

 

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

  • Until Further Notice

 

Latest NOTAM

Colombia - Open with Restrictions 09/27/2022

COLOMBIA

Date:          September 27, 2022

Subject:     COVID Latest Restrictions 

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • Vaccinated Passengers 
    • Vaccination Certificate.
    • Incomplete Vaccination Scheme: Must present Negative PCR 72 hours prior to arrival or an Antigen Negative test with 48hours prior to arrival.
  • Un-vaccinated Passengers 
    • Must present Negative PCR 72 hours prior to arrival or an Antigen Negative test with 48hours prior to arrival.
  • Crew/PAX/Nationals/Foreigners are required to fill the electronic form 72hs prior to arrival/departure.

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • According to the Resolution 2052 of December 06th, 2021 of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection and the Ministry of Transportation, the National Government has established that as of December 14th, 2021, the following measures for the entry of travelers over 18 years of age from abroad must be observed:
  • For Colombians, diplomats and their families and foreigners residing in Colombia:  
    • When entering Colombia, you must present a vaccination certificate proving a full vaccination scheme against COVID-19, complete at least 14 days before the date of entry into the country. 
    • In case the traveler does not hold such document, a PCR test with a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours before the initially scheduled date and time of boarding must be presented OR and Antigen Negative test result with 48 hours prior to arrival.
  • For foreigners not residing in Colombia:  
    • When entering Colombia, you must present a vaccination certificate providing a full vaccination scheme against COVID-19, complete at least 14 days before the date of entry into the country.  In case the event that you do not have a complete vaccination scheme, or the full scheme has not meet 14 days of completion, a PCR test with a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours before the initially schedule date and time of boarding must be presented OR and Antigen Negative test result with 48 hours prior to arrival.
  • The vaccines required to enter Colombia will be those authorized by the World Health Organization, which may be consulted at:
  • ALL TRAVELERS MUST KEEP IN MIND
  • Travelers are also required to complete the online form before leaving Colombia.
    • Failure to provide the confirmation number that proves that the Check MIG was completed will be ground for inadmissibility to the country or for flight departure will cause boarding denial.
  • Foreign Citizens 
    • Remember to comply with the entry requirements to Colombia and verify if you
    • require a visa depending on the activity you are going to carry out in the country.
    • For more information, please check: 
    • The immigration control authority reserves the right to decide on the entry andadmission of travelers to national territory

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • NIL

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • NIL

 

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

  • NIL

 

Any other pertinent information

  • NIL

Costa Rica - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 11/01/2022

COSTA RICA

Date:               November 11, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open Permanently with NO Restrictions 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No Restrictions

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • No restrictions

 

Quarantine/ health Requirements

  • No quarantine

 

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

  • Open Permanently

 

 Any other pertinent information.

  • None

 

NO NOTAMS related to COVID19

Cuba - Open with Restrictions 09/02/2022

CUBA

 

Date:               September 09, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Considering the national, regional, and international epidemiological situation and the need to apply new measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 cases in the country, with the aim of reducing the risks associated with international travelers, a group of measures related to International Sanitary Control that will come into force as of July 15, 2021
  • The measures will apply to Cuban travelers who arrive in the country through the airports of the tourist poles of Varadero (Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport) and Cayo Coco (Jardines del Rey International Airport), maintaining the arrival of foreign tourists through those airports, without affecting the operation of the José Martí International Airport in Havana and the Antonio Maceo International Airport in Santiago de Cuba
  • Main measures:
    • Mandatory isolation of 14 nights in hotel facilities is established for 100% of Cuban travelers arriving through the Varadero and Cayo Coco airports. The amount of luggage to be brought in the hold is limited to one piece for Cuban travelers arriving through the airports of Varadero and Cayo Coco
    • In turn, the mandatory screening of 100% of airport personnel, transport and tourism workers upon arrival and departure from the center where they work is established, including the systematic performance of antigen tests on workers with the greatest exposure.
    • The measure of not allowing the free movement of tourists outside the tourist poles of Varadero and Cayo Coco is maintained.
    • In the case of national and international travelers who arrive in the country through the rest of the Cuban airports, the International Sanitary Control protocol approved to date is maintained.
  • Passenger must complete a “DECLARACION DE SANIDAD DEL VIAJERO” on arrival, or present a QR Code obtained at https://dviajeros.mitrans.gob.cu/
  • Passengers could be subject to medical screening and a COVID-19 RT PCR test upon arrival
  • Airline crew staying more than 48 hours in Cuba could be subject to a COVID-19 RT-PCR test upon arrival

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • None

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Mandatory isolation of 14 nights in hotel facilities is established for 100% of Cuban travelers arriving through the Varadero and Cayo Coco airports.

 

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

  • NO date provided

 

Any other pertinent information.

 

NO NOTAMS RELATED TO COVID19 AT MUFH FIR

Curacao - Open with Restrictions - 02/04/2022

CURACAO

 

Date:               February 04, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Curfew from 03:00UTC till 08:30UTC is still in affect
  • Airport operating hours are 10:00UTC till 02:00UTC
  • All General Aviation must request a landing permit which has a lead time of approx. 48 hours. 
  • AIR TRAVEL TO CURACAO FROM ALL COUNTRIES IS ALLOWED UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
    • Passengers traveling from a VERY HIGH-RISK countries & territories as listed in Appendix A, effective 31 December 2021, (https://gobiernu.cw/corona-travel-to-curacao/) are allowed entry under the following conditions:
      • A public Health Passenger Card (PLC) and the immigration ED; Embarkation- Disembarkation, Card need to be complete online at: https://dicardcuracao.com/portal , no earlier than 48 hours before the flight
      • The passenger shall have a digital or printed copy of the completed PLC form and the Immigration ED Card available for Immigration upon arrival in Curacao as received per email from the portal
      • Residents of Curacao are exempted from completing the immigration ED Card.
      • A COVID-19 PCR test not earlier than 48 hours prior to the scheduled departure date.
      • The result of the passenger´s PCR test with negative result must be uploaded online at: https://dicardcuracao.com/portal
      • The passenger shall have a digital or print copy of the PCR test results available for Immigration upon arrival in Curacao
      • Exempted from the PCR test are:
        • minors below twelve (12) years of age who do not show COVID-19 Symptoms.
        • Active Crew members:
        • Passengers who depart-arrive /arrive-depart on the same day
      • An Antigen test must be taken on the third day after arrival in Curacao as booked and paid for when completing the PLC form online at https://dicardcuracao.com/portal no earlier than 48 hours before the flight. An appointment can be made online at any of the available laboratories.
      • Exempted from the Antigen test on the third day after arrival are:
        • Passengers who depart Curacao within three (3) days after arrival
        • Transit/Transfer passengers who continue their journey or return on the same day
        • Minors below twelve (12) years of age who do not show symptoms of COVID-19
        • Personnel entering Curacao for the military US FOL
        • Persons who contracted the COVID-19 virus in the recent past and who can present:
      • A negative Antigen test result taken no earlier than 24 hours prior to departure; and the result of a PCR positive test taken within the previous 3 months and a second PCR positive test taken no earlier than 48 hours prior to departure
      • Persons travelling from a Very High-Risk country who have been infected with the COVID-19 virus in the recent past and for whom the PCR test result is positive may travel to Curacao, as long as they can present before departure:
        • A negative Antigen test result taken no earlier than 24 hours prior to the departure
        • The result of a PCR positive test taken within the previous 3 months and a second PCR positive test taken no earlier than 48 hours before departure.
      • To be allowed to board the flight, the passenger must show the completed PLC Form and the PCR or Antigen test, must indicate a Negative result. If the DCC QR code is used, this will be scanned and should show a green check mark
      • If the time limits of 48 hours or 24 hours have been exceeded due to unforeseen circumstances a new test shall be taken immediately upon arrival in Curacao at the cost of the passenger / traveler. Th passenger shall remain in quarantine pending the result of the test. A testing facility is available at the airport.
      • All passengers must have a mandatory valid medical insurance to cover any eventual COVID-19 related incurred costs, including transportation and quarantine cost for the duration of the stay.
      • Exempted from the mandatory medical insurance coverage are:
        • Residents of Curacao
        • Active flight Crew Members
        • Passengers who depart Curacao within 24 hours of arrival
        • Holders of a Diplomatic Passport
        • Members from the armed forces of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and direct family members
      • Transit / Transfer passengers who continue their journey without entering Curacao.
      • There are no restrictions for passengers departing Curacao. Passengers shall adhere to the requirements of the Airport Authority and shall comply with the entry requirements of their destination
      • The aircraft shall be handled according to standard operating procedures to ensure and continue safe and normal operations
      • Active Flight crew members shall be allowed to continue their duties while complying with the sanitary rules applied by the Government of Curacao to include but not limited to hygiene requirements, wearing a face mask before disembarking and social distancing active flight crew members are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirements, completing the Public Health Passenger Locator Card (PLC) and the Immigration ED Card. Until further notice Flight Crew Members who overnight in Curacao are required to remain in the vicinity of the Hotel
      • Transit /Transfer passengers who continue their flight within twenty-four (24) hours of arrival are exempted from completing the PLC Form, the PCR and Antigen test requirements. They should comply with all entry requirements of their destination
      • Passengers who arrive in Curacao or during their stay on the Island shall adhere to the local medical protocols to include hygiene requirements, wearing a face mask and social distancing
      • Passengers who arrive in Curacao or during their stay on the island who have been determined to be infected with the COVID-19 virus are obliged go into a ten (10) day mandatory quarantine or isolation, including taking a PCR test.
      • Specific conditions and requirements may apply as determined by or on behalf the Ministry of Health of the Government of Curacao to include but not limited to Quarantine requirements & Monitoring and a COVID-19 test at the cost of the person /traveler
      • The Immigration Authority of Curacao and the Department of Health of the Government of Curacao will be performing their required screening and questioning of all arriving passengers
      • There are NO restrictions for cargo Only Operations
      • All passengers and flight crew members shall adhere to the requirements and guidelines of the Airport Authority to include hygiene requirements, wearing a face mask and social distancing.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

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

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • only if found to be positive
  • Passengers who arrive in Curacao or during their stay on the island who have been determined to be infected with the COVID-19 virus are obliged go into a ten (10) day mandatory quarantine or isolation, including taking a PCR test.

 

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

Until Further Notice

 

Any other pertinent information.

USEFUL LINKS

 

NOTAMS

  • A0781/21 NOTAMR A0600/21 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC PART 1 OF 2 B) 2112311645 C) 2204010359 E) IN ORD TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF THE PANDEMIC OUTBREAK OF COVID-19, THE GOV OF CUR HAS IMPLEMENTED THE FLW PROTOCOL FOR CIVIL PAX ACFT FM ALL COUNTRIES AS OF 11 JUN 2021. ALL PAX ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A PUBLIC HEALTH LOC CARD (PLC) AND AN IMG ED CARD AT THE FLW PORTAL NO EARLIER THEN 48 HR BFR DEP: HTTPS://DICARDCURACAO.COM/PORTAL. THE PAX SHALL HAVE A DIGITAL COPY OR PRINT COPY OF THE PLC FORM, THE ED CARD AND PCR OR ANTIGEN TEST AVBL FOR IMG UPON ARR. FLT CREWS SHALL BE ALLOWED TO COMPLETE THEIR DUTIES WHILE COMPLYING WITH THE SANITARY RULES APPLIED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CURACAO AND THE AIRPORT, TO INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO, GEN HYGIENE, WEARING A FACE MASK BEFORE DISEMBARKING AND SOCIAL DISTANCING. ACT FLT CREWS ARE EXEMPTED FM A PCR TEST, COMPLETING THE PUBLIC HEALTH PAX LOC CARD (PLC) AND THE IMG ED CARD. END PART 1 OF 2
  • A0781/21 NOTAMR A0600/21 Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06857W005 A) TNCC PART 2 OF 2 B) 2112311645 C) 2204010359 E) PLEASE REFER TO THE FLW WEBSITE FOR MORE IMPORTANT INFO, ADDN DOCUMENTATION AND TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS: HTTPS://CCAA.CW/PUBLICATIONS/COVID-19 SEE DIRECTIVE AND RISK CLASSIFICATION OF COUNTRIES. DURATION OF TRAVEL RESRICTIONS: THE TEMPO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, REGARDLESS OF THE INDICATED ENDING TIME OF THIS NOTAM. ANY POSS CHANGE OF THIS PERIOD SHALL BE ASSESSED DEPENDING ON FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS. ALL PRIVATE ACFT AND CHARTER OPS WILL NEED TO REQ A LDG AUTH AT LEAST 48 HR PRIOR TO THE FLT. THE REQ MUST BE SUBMITTED TO: [email protected] AND [email protected] END PART 2 OF 2
  • A0779/21 NOTAMN Q) TNCF/QXXXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/1211N06858W005 A) TNCC B) 2112302005 C) 2203301900 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.
  • A0764/21 NOTAMR A0762/21 Q) TNCF/QMNLT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06857W003 A) TNCC B) 2112200200 C) 2203191000 D) 0200-1000 UTC E) DURING DARK HRS APN FLOOD LGT WILL NOT BE OPR. MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DUE COVID-19. ALL ARRIVING OR DEPARTING ACFTS NEED TO REPORT TO TWR 1 (ONE) HR IN ADVANCE. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CTC CAP OPS AT +5999 8391030.
  • A0766/21 NOTAMR A0763/21 Q) TNCF/QMRLT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1211N06857W003 A) TNCC B) 2112211109 C) 2203191000 D) 0200 - 1000 UTC 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.
  • A0767/21 NOTAMR A0765/21 Q) TNCF/QMXLT/IV/M/A/000/999/1211N06857W003 A) TNCC B) 2112211112 C) 2203191000 D) 0200 - 1000 UTC 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.

Dominica - Open with Restrictions - 04/26/2021

Dominica

 

Date        April 26, 2021
Subject:     Latest Country Restrictions 

Status:    Open with restrictions

Dominica Travel Protocols

 

Business Flight Restrictions. 

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

 

Quarantine Requirements.  

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

 

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

Until further notice Per NOTAMs April 30 

 

Any other pertinent information: 

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

 

NOTAMS TDPD

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

Dominican Republic - Open with Restrictions - 03/12/2022

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

 

Date:               March 12, 2021

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Information on CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
  • Most travelers (for example, from United States, Canada, Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Panama, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Puerto Rico, etc.) do not need to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival to enter the Dominican Republic.
  • Airports and other ports of entry will perform a quick, aleatory breath test to a percentage of passengers, and all those who present symptoms, upon arrival.
  • Passengers under the age of seven and crew members are exempt from this procedure.
  • Passengers who present a vaccination card or a negative PCR or antigen test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in the Dominican Republic will be exempted from the random test.
  • All passengers will also need to perform a temperature check. Passengers who present symptoms or whose test results are positive will be isolated and attended at authorized locations.
  • Prior to departure, travelers should confirm with their airline provider and airport of origin regarding any testing or other related requirements for inbound flights to the Dominican Republic, or necessary requirements needed upon arrival to their country of origin.
  • Passports:
  • All foreign citizens who enter the Dominican Republic, exclusively for tourism purposes, must have a valid passport during their stay and departure from the country. This exceptional measure is valid until July 31, 2022.
  • Based on the ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 virus, we recommend connecting with your airline or travel agent directly to discuss any protocols that may apply to your country. As needed, we also recommend visiting the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for any updates to international markets and their required procedures. IATA cannot guarantee its accuracy and can accept no liability for any errors or omissions.
  • MEASURES FOR PASSENGERS FROM ESPÍRITU SANTO, MINAS GERAIS, RIO DE JANEIRO AND SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
  • All passengers arriving in the Dominican Republic from the Brazilian states of Espiritu Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo, must present their International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (CIVP) showing proof of vaccination against yellow fever at least 10 days prior to their arrival in the country.
  • Exempt from this provision are children under 10 months of age, pregnant women and travelers who have only transited for a period of less than 12 hours at an airport in any of the Brazilian states mentioned above. Any person who has a contraindication to the vaccine must present a medical certificate justifying it.
  • MEASURES FOR PASSENGERS AND CREW MEMBERS FROM THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA
  • YELLOW FEVER VACCINE
  • As of October 15, 2021, all passengers and crew members arriving to the Dominican Republic from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela must present the Vaccination Card, evidencing that they have been vaccinated against yellow fever. This measure also applies to all passengers coming from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela arriving to the Dominican Republic from another country, and for those who have been in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the last 14 days or less. This measure applies to all passengers aged one (1) or over.
  • MEASURES FOR PASSENGERS AND CREW MEMBERS FROM AUSTRALIA, BRAZIL, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, INDIA, INDONESIA, IRAQ, IRAN, IRELAND, KUWAIT, MONACO, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, SENEGAL, SWEDEN, SYRIA, THAILAND, TUNISIA AND UNITED KINGDOM (ENGLAND, NORTHERN IRELAND, SCOTLAND, AND WALES) AND THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN, AS WELL AS SOUTH AFRICA, BOTSWANA, LESOTHO, NAMIBIA, SWAZILAND, AND ANGOLA
  • All passengers and crew members arriving in the Dominican Republic from Australia, Brazil, Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Kuwait, Monaco, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Senegal, Sweden, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales)  and the Kingdom of Spain as well as South Africa, Botswana ,Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and Angola must present a vaccination card or a negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival. This measure also applies to all passengers coming from the aforementioned countries arriving to the Dominican Republic from another country, and to those who have been in those countries in the last 14 days.
  • Passengers under the age of 7 from the aforementioned countries are exempt from the PCR requirement.

 

  • E-TICKET: All foreign and Dominican passengers entering or leaving Dominican Republic on commercial*** flights must complete the free electronic entry and exit form, which combines the Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration, and International Embarkation/Disembarkation forms. The form is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese and Russian and can be accessed through the following link: https://eticket.migracion.gob.do

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

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

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

None

 

Quarantine Requirements

None

 

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

N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

  • All entry requirements may be found here https://www.godominicanrepublic.com/newsroom/coronavirus
  • CURRENT MEASURES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
  • As of February 16, 2022, all restrictive measures imposed by COVID-19 are suspended, and it will be up to each individual to take his or her own measures to safeguard his or her health, responsibly, but without restrictions.  
  • Measures such as the use of face masks, presentation of vaccination cards for access to places of public use or restrictions in public spaces are the responsibility of each individual.
  • As a result of our stringent safety measures and effective vaccination plan, currently, hotel occupancy has increased to 100%, further solidifying Dominican Republic as a world example of tourism recovery amidst the pandemic.
  • 100% of the Tourism sector personnel (hotels, airports, restaurants, transportation, etc.) have been vaccinated with two doses, and are in the process of being vaccinated with a third dose of the vaccine against COVID-19. With this vaccination program we will continue to strengthen the safety and health of all those who work in the sector in order to also guarantee the safety and health of all tourists who visit us. The hotels, restaurants and partners will continue to work hand in hand with the authorities. 
  • Dominican Republic has a robust health care system that has been able to quickly detect cases of COVID-19 in the country. For more information about the coronavirus in Dominican Republic, please visit the Ministry of Public Health’s website. (https://www.msp.gob.do/web/) or download the COVID-RD mobile phone application, available on the App Store and Google Play, that works as a passport in which, through a QR code, visitors can report their condition and access many services and information.
  • For MITUR, the well-being and safety of visitors remains a priority, so it will continue to work in coordination with the other relevant authorities to further strengthen the country’s preventive measures against coronavirus. 
  • Entry to the Dominican Republic
  • Entry to the Dominican Republic, both for foreigners and Dominicans, will continue with the same established sanitary protocol, as we have had a positivity rate of less than 1% in the tests that were performed at airports and in the more than 1.5 million tests performed in hotels
  • CURRENT MEASURES FOR ALL SECTORS REGULATED BY THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND THE CIVIL AVIATION BOARD
  • Presentation of vaccination cards upon arrival in the Dominican Republic
  1. In accordance with the protocols approved by the Civil Aviation Board within the framework of its faculties, the presentation of vaccination cards will NOT be required for passengers arriving in the Dominican Republic.

 

NOTAM

  • A0101/22 NOTAMR A0334/21 Q) MDCS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/E/000/999/1802N06928W999 A) MDCS B) 2203121850 C) 2206121850 E) COVID-19: DISEMBARK OF PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA, SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED WITHOUT A PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FROM IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES. CREW MEMBERS UNDER ROTATION/ REST PERIOD: SHALL REMAIN WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THEIR REST FACILITIES. EACH CREW MEMBER SHALL REMAIN ON A SINGLE HOTEL ROOM, LIMITED TO ROOM SERVICE AND IS FORBIDDEN TO USE PUBLIC SPACES
  • A0102/22 NOTAMR A0335/21 Q) MDCS/QXXXX/IV/NBO/E/000/999/1802N06928W999 A) MDCS B) 2203121851 C) 2206121850 E) COVID-19: GENERAL AVIATION FLIGHTS ARRIVING FROM AND DEPARTING TO REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA AIRPORTS (MAIQUETIA FIR) ARE SUSPENDED

Ecuador - Open with Restrictions - 09/22/2022

ECUADOR

 

Date:               September 22, 2022

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

Status:           OPEN with restrictions

Summary

  • All passengers over 3year old entering Ecuador or Galapagos must present a covid-19 vaccine certificate with full dosage (at least 14 days before entry) OR a RT-PCR  negative test performed up to 72 hours before arrival.
  • All passengers must complete Health Form: https://declaracionsalud-viajero.msp.gob.ec/
  • Children under 3 years old and CREW are exempt of presenting COVID restrictions either Ecuador Mainland or Galapagos.

 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions

Please be informed that Ecuador is operating normally overall in comparison with last years. There is no screening or testing at arrival, there is no quarantine for passengers as they are bringing their documents showing vaccination status and negative tests.

  • All passengers over 3years old entering Ecuador or Galapagos must present a covid-19 vaccine certificate with full dosage (at least 14 days before entry) OR a PCR negative test performed up to 72 hours before arrival.
  • Health declaration for pax: Travelers must present declaration of traveler health (the declaration is available on the Ministry of Public Health website)

Movement Restrictions

Is a curfew in place?  No.

• Public and private events in bars, nightclubs, convention centers, festivals, parties, and neighborhood events are prohibited between December 23, 2021, and January 23, 2021.  Ecuador has also placed strict occupancy requirements on supermarkets, restaurants, banks, government offices, churches, gyms, theatres, and cinemas during this same period.  All citizens should be prepared to present vaccination cards to enter these establishments when asked.  For more information, please see the December 21 resolution issued by the national Emergency Operations Committee: https://www.gestionderiesgos.gob.ec/resoluciones-coe-nacional-21-de-diciembre-de-2021/).

Are there restrictions on intercity or interstate travel?  No

  • Some provinces maintain local restrictions on movement. U.S. citizens should continue to comply with all local laws and monitor local news for any updates. Note these restrictions can change at any time.

 

Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

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

 

Quarantine Requirements

No Quarantine requirements in place.

 

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

NIL

 

Any other pertinent information

  • Are commercial flights operating?  Yes
    • The U.S. Embassy is aware of the following airlines that may have flight options for U.S. citizens who wish to return to the United States: American Airlines, Delta, Eastern Airlines, Jet Blue, Spirit Airways, United Airways. Contact the airlines directly for additional information or check with your preferred travel arranger/online travel agency.
  • Is public transportation operating?  Yes
    • Bring and wear a face mask and gloves.
    • U.S. citizens who wish to depart Ecuador should contact commercial airlines directly for guidance.
  • Are there penalties for not following protocols?  Yes
    • Individuals who do not obey rules and regulations regarding quarantine requirements, mask-wearing, and other restrictions may be subject to fines.

 

Local Resources:

El Salvador - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 09/19/2022

EL SALVADOR

Date:               September 20, 2022
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with NO Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  •  None

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight

  • Both are allowed. Crew members can stay for 72h, on Gen Dec. Otherwise we do recommend, to buy a Visa on entry (if necessary) which is $12.00.  Is cheaper than the fine, for overstaying.

 

Quarantine Requirement

  • None

 

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

  • None

 

NOTAM MSSS

  • None

Falkland Island - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 09/28/2022

FALKLAND ISLANDS

Date:               September 28, 2022

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

STATUS:        OPEN 

 

Business and Private Flight Restrictions


Restrictions for Technical Refueling/Crew Rest

  • N/A

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • N/A

 

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

  • N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

 

Latest NOTAM

  • None

French Guiana

FRENCH GUIANA 

 

Date:               07/03/2020

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through July 11th, 2020

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

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

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Allowed techstop without PAX disembarkation.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

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

  

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

JULY, 11TH 2020

  

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

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

 

LATEST NOTAMS

 

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 - 03/09/2022

GRENADA

 

Date:               March 09, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions – currently no restrictions.

  • Business flights are allowed
  • As of July 31st, 2021, persons entering Grenada either by air or sea must be fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccination.
    • ALL TRAVELERS VISITING GRENADA MUST COMPLETE A HEALTH DECLARATION https://travelauth2.gov.gd/ PRIOR TO BOARDING
    • Exemptions to fully vaccinated status are Citizens, Residents, Persons under 12, Diplomats, Airline crew on layover
    • Citizen includes persons carrying a Grenadian passport, or proof of citizenship, or who were born in Grenada.
    • Residents include holders of permanent resident status, work permit, letter of employment from the Government of Grenada.
    • All travelers over the age of five (5) must have a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction PCR) test or Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NATT) taken within 3 days of arrival in Grenada (date of sample collection must be within 3 days of arrival in Grenada) or a negative Rapid Antigen Test taken within 1 day of arrival in Grenada (date of sample collection must be within 1 day of arrival in Grenada) For travelers by sea, the PCR test must be within 72 hours of embarkation from the last port of call before arriving in Grenada
    • On arrival all travelers will present their Health Declaration Certificate and their negative PCR test / Rapid Antigen test to health screeners for verification 
  • Travelers previously infected with COVID-19
    • Requirements for travelers previously infected with COVID-19
    • A person who recently had COVID-19, may be allowed to travel to Grenada with the following documentation as evidence of recovery:
    • The positive COVID-19 viral test result on a sample taken no more than 90 days before arriving in Grenada
    • And a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or a public health official stating that you were cleared to travel
    • And a negative Rapid Antigen Test taken no more than one (1) day before arriving in Grenada
    • All other persons six years and over MUST have a negative PCR test within three (3) days of traveling to Grenada
  • PROTOCOLS FOR FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS TO GRENADA

FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS

  • All travelers over the age of five (5) must have a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test or Nucleic Acid Amplification test (NAAT) taken within 3 days of arrival in Grenada (date of sample collection must be within 3 days of arrival in Grenada) or a negative Rapid Antigen Test taken within 1 day of arrival in Grenada (date of sample collection must be within 1 day of arrival in Grenada)
  • Will not be required to quarantine on arrival as long as you remain negative
  • Will be tested on arrival to Grenada based on a global risk assessment by Health Officials during health screening
  • May use personal or other types of transportation

 

  • As of 31 July 2021, immigration officers will deny entry to visitors who are unvaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. This does NOT apply to Grenadian Citizens or Residents. 
  • Unvaccinated travelers:
    • Are required to have a confirmed reservation at an approved accommodation for quarantine are required to use authorized airport taxis for transportation to their quarantine site.
    • Are required quarantine for seven (7) days at an approved accommodation (the day of arrival being day zero) and on day five (5) must do a repeat PCR Test for SARS CoV2 to be allowed into the community.
    • Unvaccinated persons MUST receive confirmation of a negative PCR test after day five (5) and clearance from public health officials in order to be permitted to leave their quarantine site. 
    • If your day five (5) test is positive the traveler will be required to remain in isolation for 14 days (day one being the date the sample was collected) at a designated facility (this may be the existing quarantine facility, or another based on an assessment of risk)
    • Travelers must pay the SARS CoV2 test fee of XCD $135.00 [US $50.00] for PCR test ahead of their trip, and ideally before filling the health declaration form, at https://pay.gov.gd.
  • The below information will apply for Passengers and Crew remaining at TGPY:
    • AA - Kindly note persons seeking permission to travel to Grenada, would be required to visit this website https://covid19.gov.gd and complete the health declaration form.
    • Upon receipt of approval please provide us this a copy.  
    • BB - Copy of Negative PCR test result (must be done within 72 hours of arrival or Negative Antigen test taken within 24 hrs of arrival at TGPY.
    • CC - Copy of Vaccination Card.
  • Crew:
    • DD - Kindly note that crew and passengers operating tech stop/fuel stop, quick turnaround (no disembarking) are exempt from providing the information listed AA though EE above. However, should the crew stay exceed 24 hours the above-mentioned will apply.
  • All:
    • EE - Also note that unvaccinated persons will be quarantined for 7 days and tested on day 5 at their quarantine site. Please visit this website https://covid19.gov.gd for additional information.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Crew:
    • DD - Kindly note that crew and passengers operating tech stop/fuel stop, quick turnaround (no disembarking) are exempt from providing the information listed AA though EE above. However, should the crew stay exceed 24 hours the above mentioned will apply.

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • Vaccinated persons
  • Will not be required to quarantine on arrival as long as you remain negative
  • Non vaccinated
          • Are required to have a confirmed reservation at an approved accommodation for quarantine are required to use authorized airport taxis for transportation to their quarantine site.
          • Are required quarantine for seven (7) days at an approved accommodation (the day of arrival being day zero) and on day five (5) must do a repeat PCR Test for SARS CoV2 to be allowed into the community.
          • Unvaccinated persons MUST receive confirmation of a negative PCR test after day five (5) and clearance from public health officials in order to be permitted to leave their quarantine site. 
          • If your day five (5) test is positive the traveler will be required to remain in isolation for 14 days (day one being the date the sample was collected) at a designated facility (this may be the existing quarantine facility or another based on an assessment of risk).
          • Travelers must pay the SARS CoV2 test fee of  XCD $135.00 [US $50.00] for PCR test ahead of their trip, and ideally before filling the health declaration form, at https://pay.gov.gd.


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

Unknown

 

Any other pertinent information

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

 

NOTAMS

  • A1470/21 NOTAMR A1425/21 Q) TTZP/QFAAH/IV/NBO/A/000/999/1200N06147W005 A) TGPY B) 2108311921 C) 2109151921 D) DLY: 1000-2330 E) CHANGE IN AD HR OF SERVICE DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Guadeloupe - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 10/31/2022

GUADELOUPE

Date:               October 31, 2022
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with no restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • No

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Allowed

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • None

 

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

  • N/A

 

Any other pertinent information

  • N/A

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • No NOTAMS related to COVID19 found.

Guatemala - Open – No Restrictions Permanently 09/02/2022

GUATEMALA

Date:               September 02, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restriction

Status:           Open with NO Restrictions - Permanent 

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • Restrictions Ended

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • None

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • None

 

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

  • Ended

 

Any other pertinent information

  • None

 

NOTAMS NOT FOUND RELATED TO COVID

Guyana - Open with Restrictions 09/21/2022

GUYANA

Date:               September 21, 2022

Subject:           COVID Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • No Covid 19 Test required for entry 
  • Crew and Passengers must be fully vaccinated (Covid 19) 
  • All persons entering Guyana must provide Proof of Vaccination

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Landing permit is required
  • All passengers & Crew must be fully Vaccinated (Covid-19) prior to travel and have in their possessions proof of vaccination record for entry into Guyana.
  • Passengers are required to present their vaccination card bearing their names, name of the vaccine, date vaccine was given, and batch# from an accredited health facility.
  • Travelers with mixed vaccination regimens are considered vaccinated.
  • “Vaccine” means any of the following approved COVID 19 vaccines:
    • Oxford-Astra Zeneca – ChAdOx1 vaccine
    • Sputnik V – Gam Covid Vac (1&2)
    • Sinopharm – Vero cell BIBP
    • Sinovac – Corona Vac
    • Pfizer-BioNTec Covid19-BNT162b2
    • Moderna – mRNA-1273 vaccine
    • Johnson & Johnson - Jansen COVID-19 Ad26CoV2.S Vaccine
  • Vaccination exemptions shall be applicable for the following reason:
    • Passengers, who are advised against being vaccinated for medical reasons must present a “Letter of Exemption” from a licensed medical practitioner.
    • A person is “ONLY “considered fully Vaccinated, 14 days after receiving:
      • an approved single-dose vaccine’
      • the second dose of an approved two-dose vaccine
      • any mix and match combination of approved vaccines, administered at least seventeen (17) days apart.  
  • Health Declaration Form is NOT required

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No

 

Requirements for Entry into Guyana

  • No

 

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

  • Until Further NOTICE

 

Any other pertinent information

  • None

Haiti - Open with Restrictions 09/20/2022

HAITI

Date:               August 20, 2022

Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

 

Business Flight Restrictions

  • From April 18, 2022, the presentation at boarding, for any passenger aged 12 and over, to Haiti, of the vaccine sedge proving that he has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 OR a Rot Ag or PCR test negative for COVID-19 dating from no more than 72 hours before the trip:
  • The presentation only for passages aged 5 - 11 of a negative test for COVID-19, Rat Ag or PR, dating from no more than 72 hours before the travel; There’s no obligation for passengers of under (5) years to present the test COVID-19 and the vaccination record.

 

Technical Refueling/Crew Rest flight restrictions

  • Technical refueling and crew rest is allowed

 

Quarantine Requirements

  • No quarantine

 

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

  • None by the moment

 

Any other pertinent information.

  • The Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) advises the general population, and airline companies that, as part of the fight against the Coronavirus in Haiti, the following measures have been adopted.
  • Wearing the optional mask in the open air.
  • Maintaining the wearing of masks in a closed and air-conditioned room.
  • Maintaining mandatory hand washing to access public and private institutions and companies. 
  • Lifting the physical distancing measure of "1.5m" in public spaces.

 

No NOTAMS MTPP / MTCH AND FIR MTE

Honduras - Open with Restrictions - 01/20/2022

HONDURAS

 

Date:               January 20, 2022
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:             Open with Restrictions

COVID Protocol Summary

  • Vaccination Certificate (must carry with you at all times), or
  • Negative PCR – 72 hours prior to arrival
  • Register on the virtual platform

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Both passengers and crew must show the vaccination certificate, if they do not have it, they must show the PCR with negative results 72 hours before arrival.
  • SANITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS INMUNIZED AGAINST COVID 19 WITH DESTINATION TO HONDURAS
  1.  PRE- REGISTRATION ON THE HN VIRTUAL PLATAFORM
    • ENTER THE ADDRESS: https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn  
    • ONCE ON THE PAGE YOU MUST CREATE YOUR USER TO ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT AND SCHEDULE THE DAY OF YOUR TRIP IN AND OUT OF THE COUNTRY
    • LASTLY YOU MUST FILL OUT THE VIRTUAL CUSTOMS DECLARATION AND HEALTH FORM WHERE YOU CAN UPLOAD THE RESULT OF YOUR COVID-19 TEST
    • IN CASE OF ANY FAILURE, USE THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://ee.humanitarian response.info/x3LC6FbGX
  2. 2. ORIGINAL VACCINATION CARD AGAINST COVID19
    • IF YOU HAVE ALREADY BEEN IMMUNIZED AGAINST THE DISEASE, YOU MUST CARRY THE ORIGINAL CARD THAT WAS GIVEN TO YOU AT THE SITE WHERE THE VACCINE WAS APPLIED
    • YOU SHOULD HAVE A COMPLETE SCHEME (2 DOSES OR SINGLE DOSE OF JANSSEN) WITH A TIME GREATER THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE APPLICATION
      • COVID 19 DETECTION TEST
      • IF YOU DO NOT MEET REQUIREMENT NUMBER 2, YOU MUST SUBMIT A COVID 19 DETECTION TEST.
      • THERE ARE TWO ACCEPTED TESTS TO ENTER OUR COUNTRY:
        •  ANTIGEN DETECTION SWAB
        • AND rt-PCR SWAB THE TEST SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR TRIP
    • 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

 

TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • There is not restrictions to Tech Stop they can do it but only on the 06:00-18:00 hours Local at MHLM PREVIOUS Authorized permit
  • MHTG /MHRO/MHLC only from 07:00-17:00 as well previous Authorized permit
  • Now crew rest are authorized with Negative PCR Test

 

QUARANTINE REQUIRMENTS

The health care have they own procedure

 

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

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

 

 

ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFO

  • Handler now are authorized to request permits on behalf to the clients. 
  • At the same time let you know that PCR tests are being requested 72 hours in advance for Passengers and crews if they remain overnight
  • At the same time, it is recommended that their flights be in the morning since priority will be given to commercial flights when these are flown activate
  • You can contact the U.S. embassy in Honduras for assistance too , they are working together with SINAGER and Civil Aviation 
  • For US Passengers : https://hn.usembassy.gov/health-alert-u-s-embassy-tegucigalpa-honduras-march-21-2020/
  • Release
    • The Honduras Secretary of Health reports the following to the national or international community:
    • that all travelers who enter the national territory by land and / or air who are already vaccinated against COVID-19 and have the complete vaccination scheme, must only present their original vaccination card where the two complete doses that correspond to each existing vaccine the above in accordance with the provisions of executive decrees number PCM-052-2021 and PCM -053-2021 (ATTACHED IN SPANISH VERSION ONLY)
    • Those travelers who are not vaccinated or do not have the complete vaccination scheme are required to present a COVID-19 detection test either RT-PCR, Elisa, or Antigen with a negative result, carried out in a period no longer than seventy-two hours. (72) hours before entering the country

 

NO COVID19 NOTAMS