Entry requirements: what are the conditions
2020-06-30WINAIR is very pleased to announce that we can resume flights, after a time of staying home and social distancing for the safety of all. Many islands are ready to welcome back visitors to their beautiful shores. And both our destinations and we at WINAIR hope to see you soon!
When you are ready to book your trip, please familiarize yourself with the safety and travel protocols and requirements before you travel. It is very important to prepare yourself and the needed documentation, to ensure a smooth and hassle-free travel experience.
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.
On this page we provide you with links to the various Government websites, where you will find all entry information. Always travel with digital or hardcopies of any documentation for verification at check in or immigration.
travel advisory updates from visitantiguabarbuda.com
Click below links for more info on
Aruba's official COVID-19 travel info
Aruba's visitor's guide for safe travels to Aruba
Aruba's traveler health requirements
online health questionnaire: https://edcardaruba.aw
Click here for Curacao's travel updates
Borders opened on June 12th for visitors from Bonaire, St. Eustatius, and Saba, and on June 15th for visitors from Aruba and St. Maarten. Please view all requirements by following above mentioned link. On of the main requirements is: Within 48 hours before departure, you need to digitally fill out the Passenger Locator Card (PLC) and carry a printed document of proof with you. You may do so at https://dicardcuracao.com/portal
The website of the Curacao Aviation Authority also has the entry requirements available here: http://www.ccaa.cw/publications/covid-19/
A PDF of PCL for the BES Islands can be found here: http://www.ccaa.cw/updates/ccaa-directive-138-7-public-health-passenger-locator-card-plc/
Visitors are required to provide a certified COVID-19 PCR test, taken within 72 hours before departure. If it is impossible for visitor to get tested prior to departure, visitor is required to be tested for COVID-19 within 24 hours of arrival. Until the results are known, visitor will be required to observe strict quarantine in villa or hotel. Test results will take less then 24 hours to be released. Children below age 10 are not subjected to testing.
If visitors’ period of stay exceeds 7 days, a second PCR test will be required on day 7 following arrival.
Click here for St. Maarten's Updates.
On the Health Declaration platform you will be able to complete a questionnaire which must be completed 72 hours prior to boarding your flight to St. Maarten.
Is your destination not mentioned here?
Other destinations, if not mentioned here, are still pending approval. We will update this page with all our destination's entry requirements once these requirements are made public by the respective governments and/or we are able to add the destination to our flight schedule.
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.