Entry Requirements

Ready to travel? Please familiarize yourself with your destination's requirements:
Antigua Aruba Barbados Bonaire Curacao Dominica Haiti Montserrat Saba San Juan St. Barth St. Eustatius St. Kitts St. Lucia St. Maarten Tortola

If your destination is not mentionned here, please consult: the US Department of State COVID-19 Country Specific Information.

It is very important to prepare yourself and the needed documentation before leaving, to ensure a smooth and hassle-free travel experience. In addition, you can also find general travel tips here.


Traveler health requirements and updates for Antigua & Barbuda, please visit:


Traveler health requirements and updates for Aruba can be found here:
ED card portal
Aruba Health app


For Barbados' Covid-19 health protocols and updates, please visit:
www.visitbarbados.org: covid-19 travel guidelines


To learn the latest updates, entry requirements and find the necessary documentation needed to travel to Bonaire, go to this website:
Bonaire's Public Health website


A negative COVID-19 test is required.
There are health screening procedures in place at the airports. Travelers will have their temperature screened upon arrival.
The government of Haiti mandates that every person flying into Haiti self-declare their COVID-19 status, a health declaration will be distributed to passengers on all incoming flights. Passengers are required to complete this form, including accurate contact and location information in Haiti and present it to immigration authorities upon arrival.

Specific entry procedures may change on short notice. Please check this website for updated information before you travel:


To learn what the travel protocols of Montserrat are, you can visit the official advisory pages of visitmontserrat.com


Updated 16 Nov, 2021:
In addition to The Netherlands being classified as Very-High-risk as of tomorrow hereby some additional information.
If someone from The Netherlands is on vacation for 10 days on SXM, fully vaccinated, he/she can do a day trip to Saba after they have spent 5 days on SXM without a test.
If they will do a day trip before spending 5 days on SXM they need a test (PCR). This is because they have been on a high-risk island for 5 days or more.
If someone is longer than 5 days on SXM, they can spend the weekend on Saba, fully vaccinated, with a rapid antigen test
The EHAS form system is being worked on for the fully vaccinated day trippers.

Also please note that sabatourism.com is having technical difficulties and is being worked on, persons can access the EHAS form via:
Link to Saba's EHAS form

This link to for the latest travel requirements and entry form, once technical difficulties are resolved:
Link to Saba's Travel Requirements website

Click here for to see Saba's Government updates.

On the Facebook page of Public Entity Saba you will be able to follow the latest updates as well.

San Juan

Go to: Travel Safe Covid Information and travel declaration website. Or the Discover Puerto Rico website.
Check Travel.State.Gov website for all information regarding entry requirements to San Juan:

St. Barth

Updated Dec 24, 2021
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF POLICY NOTICE FROM FRENCH GOVERNMENT - All passengers must show a PCR or Antigen Test not older than 24 Hours to enter SBH:

Updated Oct 22, 2021
Entry requirement list:

Government website of Saint Barthelemy et Saint Martin
Link to St.Barth Tourisme
Link to Wimco covid requirements info page

St. Lucia

For St. Lucia Covid-19 Mandatory Entry Requirements and updates, please visit:
Stlucia.org covid-19 requirements

St. Maarten

St. Maarten's Updates.
On the Travel and Health information platform you will be able to complete the EHAS questionnaire which must be completed 72 hours prior to boarding your flight to St. Maarten.


Go here for Tortola BVI entry requirements:
BVI Tourism website

General Travel Tips

Always travel with digital or hardcopies of any documentation for verification at check in or immigration. Non compliance will result in denied boarding, unfortunately.
When you travel to any destination, make sure you have a facemask with you at all times.
Every airport will have hand sanitizer available at convenient locations and points of entry, however be sure to travel with your own hand sanitizer as well.

WINAIR wants to also ensure you that we have adjusted our sanitation protocols and have trained teams ready to ensure all aircraft are receiving specialized sanitation service.

We try to update this page regularly, but you should also consult the respective governments websites and their instructions.
Disclaimer: this page is intended to keep you informed with the latest advisories and updated about the latest entry requirements as you travel. However, all content in this article is for informational purposes. Winair makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this page or found by following any link. Winair will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Winair will not be liable for any losses or damages from the use of this information.
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Travel Advisory ➞ For all destinations the authorities have entry requirements in place. Make sure before you book/travel to check most recent updates of your destinations authorities. It is important to comply with those requirements!