COVID-19 Corona virus

March 11, 2020
This page is dedicated to provide you with the most up-to-date information in regards to travel advisories and restrictions imposed by our destinations authorities.




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COVID-19 UPDATES


With the focus on safety and well-being of our customers, employees and communities we serve, we are monitoring the COVID-19 corona virus and working closely with regulatory authorities to remain in compliance with all requirements.

*latest update: June 22, 2020*
Below you will find the latest Government measures as reported to Winair or IATA (International Air Transport Association) from the respective destinations authorities. Although we do our best to keep this information updated as it is reported, we cannot guarantee that the information is the latest. Please check with your destination country's authorities for a complete and most current information:

note: if any IATA links below are not working, please look up your country's latest update here.

Antigua
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Antigua & Barbados government website with latest updates

- Antigua, latest update as reported to IATA

Aruba
- Aruba Government's COVID-19 crisis measures
- Aruba, latest update as reported to IATA

Bonaire
- Bonaire's latest updates

Curacao
- Curacao Government latest measures updates
- Curacao, latest update as reported to IATA

Dominica
- Dominica's Government website with latest updates
- Dominica, latest update as reported to IATA

Guadeloupe/ St. Barth
- Guadeloupe & St. Barth, ARS latest updates
- Guadeloupe, latest update as reported to IATA
- June 22, 2020 - Press release of the Collectivite de Saint-Barthelemy

Haiti
- Haiti, latest update as reported to IATA

Saba,
- Saba, latest update as reported on Saba-news.com

San Juan
- San Juan, latest update as reported to IATA

Dominican Republic
- Santo Domingo, latest update as reported to IATA

St. Eustatius,
- St. Eustatius Government Facebook page with latest updates

St. Kitts & Nevis
- March 09, 2020, press release/ travel advisory from St. Kitts & Nevis Government
- St. Kitts, latest update as reported to IATA

St. Maarten
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- latest updates from St. Maarten Government

Tortola
- BVI Government website with latest updates
- March 13, 2020, press release from BVI Government
- March 12, 2020, press release from BVI Government

other websites that provide more information about the covid19 coronavirus:

- World Health Organization
- WHO Situation Dashboard
- PAHO Website
- CDC

disclaimer: This page is intended to keep you informed with the latest advisories and updated about the latest restrictions or 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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