Quick Navigation for this Post

United States and Canada
Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America
South America
Europe
Middle East and Africa
Asia-Pacific
Additional Resources

Business Aviation in Europe: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact

PT 44 M minute read
2424
Share:

Europe COVID 19 Flight Restrictions


Albania

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 5, 2020

General Restrictions: Albanian authorities plan to slightly ease the nationwide lockdown they have implemented as part of the country’s efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). As of April 13, the daily curfew hours will be reduced by 4.5 hours to 1730-0500, with time that residents may be outside to perform essential tasks during non-curfew hours being increased to 1.5 hours per day. Exempted flights are to seek pre-authorization from the Civil Aviation Authority of Albania in accordance with AIP Albania.

Passenger Restrictions: Quarantine for 14 days is requested for any individuals entering Albania.

  • Health procedures/checks on arrival – body temperature check and interview
  • Health documents that passengers are required to complete on arrival – Checklist provided by Albanian Health Inspectorate.
  • If a passenger is found to be sick during a health check on arrival – they will be sent to official quarantines
  • Press release (instructions for passengers): http://www.tirana-airport.com/d/7/46/193/press-release-coronavirus/

Crew Restrictions: May disembark but shall undergo strict mandatory quarantine under the supervision of the State during their rotation / rest period.

ICAO Specific Information (LATI):

The Albanian Civil Aviation Authority suspended all international flights at Tirana International Airport /LTIA from 23 March until further notice; cargo, humanitarian, and repatriation flights will continue. Please refer to your Universal Team for additional specifics.


Austria

May 4, 2020

Restriction expiration: July 9, 2020

General Restrictions: Third-country nationals who do not have a residence permit in Austria are prohibited from entering Austria by air from outside the Schengen area. This rule does not apply to diplomatic staff, employees of international organizations, their family members living in the same household and humanitarian workers. Also excluded are nursing and health personnel, transit passengers and people who work in freight transport.

Travelers from neighboring countries must produce a medical certificate attesting that they have tested negative for COVID-19. The certificate must have been issued within four days prior to their entry into Austria.

Passenger Restrictions: Medical certificates and public health passenger locator card are required for third-country nationals.


Belgium

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 14, 2020.

General Restrictions: On 27 March Belgian authorities announced the extension of current restrictions for a further two weeks, to April 19, to help stem the spread of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Belgium’s land boarders with other Schengen Area nations will remain open, though nonessential travel to or out of the country is prohibited.

All travellers to Belgium will be expected to produce either a Belgian ID (residence) card or a letter from their employer to prove that their travel is essential. Those who are transiting through Belgium should carry valid ID/proof of residence for the destination country and evidence of onward travel.

Passenger Restrictions:

  • Arriving pax should hold the Belgian nationality and/or Belgian residence
  • Departing pax should travel to their homeland
  • Returns from a trip abroad
    • You must scrupulously observe the social distancing measures that apply to the Belgian territory
    • You must respect a 14 days home quarantine
    • You must respect a prohibition to work for 14 days (exception is made if working from home)
    • If a close relative is driving you home from the airport, the above measures also apply to that person

Crew Restrictions: Crew rest is available at hotels near the airport or the FBO has resting facilities. Crew are exempt from current restrictions.

Tech Stop Details: Allowed with Pax onboard, but not recommended to leave the Acft unless a Belgian National, Belgian Resident, or a Foreigner entering with a letter from their employer stating their presence in Belgium is essential. All services available, 24 hour advance notice is recommended.

ICAO Specific Information:

  • At EBBR/Brussels, passenger flights will only be allowed to operate between 08-16z from Apr 13 to May 14, but this rule does not apply to GA/BA flights (as well as cargo, tech-stops, humanitarian, evac/repat flights).

Czech Republic

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 31, 2020.

General Restrictions: Any International Commercial Air Transport with Pax to/ from the Czech Republic is to be performed to/from Prague/Ruzyne Airport (LKPR) only.  All Int’l flights with passengers from China are banned from operating into Czech Republic.

All Civil Flights, to include General Aviation, departing from the territory of other Schengen Country and landing on the Territory of the Czech Republic or departing from the Territory of the Czech Republic and landing on the Territory of other Schengen Country shall be performed to/from Prague/Ruzyne Airport (LKPR) only.

Technical Flights (Including those for Repairs and Maintenance)

Flight for the purpose of checking or Testing of Navigation Equipment

Passenger Restrictions: Passengers are not allowed to enter Czechia except for:

  • Nationals of Czechia
  • Pax with a Czech residence permit for stay over 90 days or for permanent stay
  • Pax with a Czech long-stay visa (not including visa stickers with a national comment D/VR/XX).
  • Pax with diplomatic and service passports issued by Czechia
  • Pax who are younger than 18 years of age and who are nationals of Czechia or another EU Member State, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom. A birth certificate or its copy must be presented. In case the child is not a national of EU Member State, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom or a national of EU visa free country, visa or residence permit must be presented.
  • Members of the mission under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and members of the consular posts under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations accredited in Czechia, and officials of international organizations based in Czechia registered with Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of Czechia, including their family members.
  • Pax who are spouses of nationals of Czechia or of nationals of another EU Member State, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom. A marriage certificate or its copy must be presented. In case the spouse is not a national of EU Member State, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom or a national of EU visa free country, visa or residence permit must be presented.
  • Pax who are nationals of another EU Member State, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom, with an official confirmation by an embassy of their home state or by an embassy of Czechia confirming acceptance to a flight for the purpose of repatriation to their home state and an organized transfer or their intention to transfer from the territory of Czechia to their home state.
  • Pax with a long-stay visa, residence permit for stay over 90 days or for permanent stay in another EU Member State, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom, with an official confirmation by an embassy of the state which issued their residence permit or by an embassy of Czechia confirming acceptance to a flight for the purpose of repatriation and to an organized transfer or their intention to transfer from the territory of Czechia to their country of origin.
  • Nationals of EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland or United Kingdom residing in Czechia who have been accepted into a special repatriation flight organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czechia or another state with one of the following documents:
  • European Health Insurance Card issued by Czechia,
  • Document confirming residence in Czechia such as lease contract,
  • Employment contract with the place of work in Czechia;
  • Confirmation of study in Czechia.

Border crossings with Austria and Germany are open and authorities will only conduct spot checks on travelers, though if stopped, travelers must still produce a negative COVID-19 test or agree to be quarantined for 14 days.

Crew Restrictions: Crew rest is available at a hotel near the airport or on the aircraft.  Crew is exempt from the restrictions and quarantine rules.

Tech Stop Details: Allowed with Pax onboard, but only Crew may leave the aircraft.  All services are available.

ICAO Specific Information:

LKPR  – Accept repatriation flights for arriving Czech citizens and departing foreign citizens

Customs procedure is same like always – there are no any special requirements/procedures because of COVID-19.

Crew will be permitted for crew rest at LKPR, they need only Gendec, Passport and CREW ID.


Croatia

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020.

​​​General Restrictions: Entry into Croatia is temporarily banned. Exempt persons are Croatian Citizens, Residents, and necessary workers to include Healthcare Professionals, Healthcare Researchers and Collaborators, experts in care for the elderly,and persons requiring urgent medical treatment.  Goods carriers, transport personnel, diplomats, police officers, Civil Defence Services.  All Pax, Crew, and Operating Personnel arriving into Croatia must fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form.  These must be collected by the crew, checked, and handed over upon landing.

Citizens of the Member States of the EU, Countries of the Schengen Area and the Schengen Associated States, their family members, as well as the Third-Country Nationals who are long-term residents are allowed to enter Croatia. In case of business reasons or other economic interest, persons in the previous sentence can enter Croatia implementing the instructions and measures adopted by the Croatian Institute for Public Health. No tourism allowed at this time.

Third Country Operators (TCO) authorized to perform commercial air transport of Pax into Croatia must take operational measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus ‘SARS-COV-2’ infection based on EASA Safety Directive (SD NR 2020-002).

Passenger Restrictions: All passengers arriving from a country that is indicated by WHO as a “Community Transmission” or “Local Transmission” will be subject to compulsory 14-day self-imposed isolation.

Crew: Crew on duty for business flights can enter the country if sanitary inspection and medical visit is positively performed. They can overnight in the country with no quarantine. Crew can take crew rest onboard the aircraft.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed with no disembarkation. All services are available. Crew can take crew rest onboard the aircraft.

Special Considerations:​ Issues finding overnight accomodation as all luxury hotels are closed and few other hotels are open.

ICAO Specific Information:

  • LDDU: Open 0500 to 0900 and 1630 to 2030UTC
  • LDZA: Zagreb’s Franjo Tudjman Airport (ZAG) is the only airport that remains open in the country, albeit operating with a severely reduced schedule of flights.

Please contact your Universal Team for additional specifics.


Denmark

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: August 31, 2020

General Restrictions: Please observe new entry requirements from 14 MAR 20 1100 UTC banning all entry into Denmark except for Residents, Crew, and a few other exceptions. The proper authorities may give exceptions only. All FLTS must have Handling PPR, EMERG LDGS excepted.

ASE Handling has been successful in obtaining permission for Business flights into Denmark. Requirements are available from your Trip Support team.

Other Type of Flights Allowed: Technical Landing and Repatriation Flt after coordination with CPH Ground Coordinator

Active/Short Term Storage of Aircraft possible at ASE in EKCH.

Passenger Restrictions: Passengers will only be allowed entry if they are included in the following:
1. Danish Citizens, who can provide a Danish passport or other valid travelling documents.
2. EU-Citizens with valid travelling documents living in Denmark and who can provide/present a Danish social security card.
3.     ******Business Meetings – Business travellers are allowed entry into Denmark with the proper           documentation.
4.      Visiting Boyfriend/Girlfriend/Fiance/Grandparents – Nordic Countries and German Citizens may now enter the border without restriction to visit. Proof of relationship is required
5.    Third-country nationals with valid travelling documents and with the Danish residence permit
6. Foreigners who have a worthy purpose to visit Denmark, (e.g.)
a. Persons residing or working in Denmark, including self-employed entrepreneurs performing work in Denmark.
b. Persons with a valid work permit, including persons who have not yet utilized their work permit and whose entry is for the purpose of working in Denmark.
c. Spouses, live-in partners, parents, and children of a Danish national or a foreigner resident in Denmark can enter the country if the foreign family member otherwise has a legal right to enter Denmark. However, it is not a worthy purpose if the arriving foreign family member enters Denmark solely as a tourist or for a holiday.
d. Persons who are entering to visit seriously ill or dying family members in Denmark.
e. Persons entering Denmark to participate in an ongoing course of treatment administered by the Danish health authorities.
f. Persons who are attending a funeral in Denmark.
g. Seamen who must disembark or embark in Denmark in connection with a crew change.
h. Aircraft crewmembers, diplomats, offshore workers or other groups of persons mentioned in the Schengen Borders Code Annex VII.
Crew Restrictions:
1. NO restrictions on the crew on arrival.
2. NO requirement for quarantine
3. NO Health Certificate
4. Crew changes and Swaps are OK (including night stop)
5. They are permitted to leave the Airport and return for duty.
6. 14 Day Quarantine – There is no mandatory requirement.

Tech Stop Details: No restrictions on pax/crew during fuel stop.  Crewmembers may also change or enter the border. No pax may exit aircraft.


Finland

May 28, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 27, 2020

General Restrictions: Due to Covid-19 virus the Finnish government has restricted all movements at HEL from local time 00:00, 19th March 2020. Returning flights of Finnish nationals (incl. families) are allowed to operate. Foreign nationals are allowed to fly out of Finland. All necessary technical stops and maintenance flights are allowed. Medical Flights are allowed.

It may be possible to enter Finland for work reasons. If the visit is necessary for investment or other issues, the visitor should ask for an invitation letter from the Finnish company. This may help to get entering permit from immigration. Everything is case by case. No leisure flights.

Suspended all flights arriving from and departing to destinations outside Finland’s borders in Finnish Airspace in the Helsinki FIR from 2100 UTC 13 Apr 2020 until 2059 UTC on 13 May 2020 except for the flowing flights allowed at Helsinki, Turku and Mariehamn Airports:

  1. Cargo Flights
  2. Repatriation Flights for Finnish Citizens and Persons residing in Finland or in another EU Member State
  3. Necessary Business Travel and Other Necessary Transportation.

Only Cargo Flights and Necessary Transportation for which the Finnish Border Guard has issued a Border Crossing Permit are allowed at ENONTEKIO, IVALO, JOENSUU, JYVASKYLA, KAJAANI, KEMI-TORNIO, KITTILA, KOKKOLA-PIETARSAARI, KUOPIO, KUUSAMO, LAPPEENRANTA, MIKKELI, OULU, PORI, ROVANIEMI, SAVONLINNA, SEINAJOKI, TAMPERE-PIRKKALA AND VAASA AIRPORTS.

Passenger Restrictions: All individuals arriving in Finland from abroad are now required to fill in a form assessing their situation already at the border control stage. Passengers must complete the form before proceeding to the border check counter, where the form will be inspected by the border guard. Based on the information provided in the form, the person will either be instructed on making their way home or directed to a health checkpoint or a service point for making transport arrangements.

People at the health checkpoint who are experiencing symptoms will be directed to sampling and brought to hotel accommodation to wait for the results. If the sample is negative, they will continue their normal quarantine either at the designated accommodation or at home. If the result is positive, they will be transferred to healthcare. A quarantine order will be issued for travellers who do not consent to self-quarantine. People who do not have a place to spend their quarantine in Finland will be provided with accommodation for 14 days. Quarantine accommodation will be provide primarily at the passenger’s own expense.

People arriving at the airport will not be able to leave using public transport, but they can leave using their own car. If a returning traveller does not have their own vehicle and is unable to arrange transport home, a charter bus or taxi may be provided. Transport via charter bus began this afternoon.

Once in country, moving from hotel to Business meeting is ok; otherwise visitors must stay in Hotel for 14 days or length of stay.

Crew: Due to Covid-19, crews are only allowed to stay in quarantine like conditions in hotel nearby airport only 1-2 days. Crew is allowed to rest in the aircraft.  Border Control Acceptance re4quired prior to arriving in Finland.  Business Flight Center was able to get approval for a US crew to tech stop/crew rest RON enroute to another country. All crew members must keep their valid crew certificate/crew ID and passport with them at all time!

Tech Stop Details: Allowed with Pax onboard, but not recommended for Crew/Pax to leave the aircraft.  All services are available, but with limited staff, so all services cannot be guaranteed.

Special Considerations: Due to the COVID-19 situation the Finavia Business Flight Center has to make changes to our operational hours. Starting April 20th our OPS agents will answer e-mails and calls only between 4am-16pm UTC (7am-19pm Local time).  However we will keep on providing handling services 24/7 but we need the information in advance if your operations ARR or DEP is outside these hours.  This way we can fix our shifts for our agents to keep taking care of your flights with all services and with the same high quality as usual.  We are very sorry for this inconvenience and we will do our best to help our clients. Helsinki Airport is still open 24/7 for all operations.


France

May 29, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 31, 2020

General restrictions: As per the current government measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, be kindly informed that crew, and passengers traveling to France need to wear a protective mask in all public areas. Violations of this policy can lead to a fine of 135 EUR for non-compliance in a public area, at terminals in the airport, for example.

Current plans announced by the French Prime Minister include:

  • France maintain their border until 15 June.
  • European Corrdination to re-open Schengen border for EU Nationals stating June 15th.
  • If some EU Countries decide to quarantine French Nationals after June 15th, France will quarantine those EU countries in return.

Passenger Restrictions: All Pax (age 11 and up) must fill out a COVID-19 Affidavit Stating they do not have any symptoms in addition to the Declaration of Travel.

For 3rd Country Nationals:

  • Pax primarily living in France or in the EU or Assimilated Countries, Holders of a Residence Permit or a French or a valid, European Long Stay Visa, accompanies by their partner and children
  • Pax in transit to reach their country of origin, holders of a Travel Document to their Country of Origin and remaining in the International area with no intention to enter the National Territory. Pax traveling to their Country of Residence are also eligible.
  • Healthcare workers supporting the fight against COVID-19
  • Goods carriers, including Seamen
  • Flight and Cargo Crews, or travelling as a passenger to their departure base
  • Diplomatic Mission Staff or international; Organizations Staff working in HQ or Offices located in France, Holders of Special Residence Permit, Type D Visa or an ID issues by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    For Nationals of the EU and Assimilated Countries (nationals of the UK, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Andorra, Monaco, Switzerland, Vatican and San Marino)
  • Pax primarily living in France, accompanied by their partner and children
  • Pax transiting through France to reach their residence, accompanied by their partner and children
  • Healthcare workers supporting the fight against COVID-19
  • Goods carriers, including Seamen
  • Flight and Cargo Crews, or travelling as a passenger to their departure base
  • Diplomatic Mission Staff or international; Organizations Staff working in HQ or Offices located in France, Holders of Special Residence Permit, Type D Visa or an ID issues by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    French Nationals and their Partner and Children are not subject to any restrictions

Prior to their departure to Metro France, all the travelling people shall complete a Form entitled: ‘ATTESTATION DE DEPLACEMENT INTERNATIONAL DEROGATOIRE VERS LA FRANCE METROPOLITAINE’ in order to verify on what grounds they wish to enter the French Territory.

The Form can be found on the Internet. It shall be printed or copied by hand and presented by the passenger to the air carrier before departure and to the authorities in charge of border control on arrival. (Form available from your Universal Trip Support Team, form will no longer be supplied on arrival.)

Air Carriers inform their pax as soon as possible before the flight about this requirement. Air Carriers deny boarding to Pax who do not meet with admission requirements.

Crew: Crew are exempt from restrictions. Crew travelling as a passenger to their departure base also allowed.

Exceptions:

  1. Ferry Flights
  2. Transit Flights (no disembarkation)
  3. Flights bringing French citizens back
  4. Cargo Flights
  5. Tech Stops

Georgia

May 23, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 30, 2020

General restrictions: All international flights to Georgia are restricted.

Passenger Restrictions: Foreign Nationals are not allowed to enter Georgia except: a) Representatives of Diplomatic Missions and International Organizations accredited to Georgia and their family members, b) Mixed Families where one of the spouses or their underage child is a citizen of Georgia. c) Persons arriving in Georgia as part of Humanitarian Mission if trip of such Mission (Doctors, Volunteers) to Georgia becomes necessity. d) Individuals granted the status of Stateless Person by respective Authorities of Georgia, e) Individuals holding status neutral travel documents, f) Individuals having refugee status in Georgia, g) Aircraft Crew Members. The issue of Official Delegations will be decided case by case.

All persons arriving in Georgia will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. The restrictions do not affect freight transport.

Crew: Crew must send a Gen Dec with the charter flight crewmembers names. Crew must pass thermal screening upon arrival.  If one member has a fever, the entire crew will be forced to quarantine zone.

The only hotel in which the crews can accommodate is provided by the government and has passed certification. Hotel in the so-called quarantine zone, this means that crews are accommodated only in this hotel, and do not have the right to leave it until the day of departure. The crew is required to comply with all disinfection measures established in this hotel. Doctor an epidemiologist and security service will be also available in the hotel on 24-hour base.

Please note crewmembers are not allowed to walk around; they have to remain in their rooms until departure time.

There are 2 options for meal: First one – fixed menu provided 3 times per day by hotel with fixed price of USD 25.00 and will be included in Total invoice, or crew members may choose from the menu any other dishes and pay separately – in this case 30% discount on whole menu is applicable.

Please have a look on hotel web page: https://www.bestwestern.com/en_US/book/hotels-in-tbilisi/best-western-tbilisi-city-center/propertyCode.91456.html


Germany

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020.

General Restrictions:

  1. All aircraft arriving in the Federal Republic of Germany, crews must provide information leaflets of the German Federal Ministry of Health about SARS COV-2 to all passengers during the flight. The information leaflet is available at: WWW.RKI.DE/COVID-19-BMG-MERKBLATT.
  2. The crew of an enroute aircraft must inform upon identifying a suspected case of communicable disease or other public health risk onboard the aircraft promptly the destination airport according to ICAO SPANS ATM DOC 4444.
  3. The pilot responsible for an aircraft arriving from the Arab Republic of Egypt, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Korea, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the United States of America, including after a Technical stop, must submit the health part of the Aircraft General Declaration upon landing at the first airport in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  4. Air carriers must keep the data available to them for flights from the Arab Republic of Egypt, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Korea, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the United States of America, to the Federal Republic of Germany for up to 30 days.

Passenger Restrictions: Entry from Non-EU Countries is not allowed until 15 June 2020. A 14-day quarantine will only be ordered for travelers entering Germany from countries outside the EU.

Travel restriction applies to all non-essential travel from Third Countries to Germany.  This does not include Flight Restrictions.

Exempted from the travel restriction are:

  1. For the reason only to return to their home
    • EU Citizens and Citizens of the Schengen Associated States and their Family Members​
    • Third Country Nationals who are long term residents under the Longterm Residence Directive and Persons deriving their right to reside from other EU Directives or National Law or who hold National Longterm Visas
  2. ​​Other travelers with an essential function or need, including:
    • ​Healthcare Professionals, Health Researchers and Elderly Care Professionals
    • Frontier Workers
    • Transport Personnel including flight crew engaged in haulage of goods and other transport staff to the extent necessary
    • Diplomats, Staff or International Organizations, Military Personnel in the Exercise of their functions.
    • Passengers in Transit.​

Crew Restrictions: Operational Crew are exempt from quarantine.


Greece

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 30, 2020

General Restrictions: In order for a non-EU person to travel to Greece for business, they will need to get approval from the Greek embassy in the country they reside in and then provide that info to UA Greece to obtain a permit to operate there.  International Traffic to / From LGTS will be allowed starting 15 June.

  • Flights Restrictions include: All GA and Charter flights (airplanes and Helicopters) within Athinai FIR operating domestic from/to any airports, airfields, heliports and provisional landing fields are prohibited. Exempted from the restriction are:
  1. Sanitary Flights
  2. Police Flights
  3. SAR Flights
  4. State Flights
  5. Military Flights
  6. Fire Fighting Flights
  7. FRONTEX Flights
  8. Technical Inspection Flights
  9. Flights Related to the Function of the State
  • Flights Restrictions include: All commercial flights and GA/BA from/to any aerodrome in the territory of Turkey to any aerodrome in the Hellenic Republic. Exempted from the restriction are:
  1. Flights approved by the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Repatriation of Greek Citizens, their family members and holders of residence permit in Greece
  2. State Flights
  3. Sanitary Flights
  4. Humanitarian Flights
  5. Emergency Flights
  6. Cargo Flights
  7. Fire Fighting Flights
  8. FRONTEX Flights
  9. Technical Landings where PAX do not Disembark
  10. Ferry Flights

***EXTENDED UNTIL 30 JUNE***

  • Flights Restrictions include: All International Flights, commercial and GA/BA are permitted only to Athens International Airport (LGAV).

From 14 June 2020. 2029UTC, International flights, commercial and GA/BA will be permitted to Thessaloniki International Airport (LGTS)

Flights to other aerodromes in Hellenic Republic are suspended. Exempted from the restriction are:

  1. Flights designated to support the Hellenic National Healthcare System
  2. Flights approved by the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Repatriation of Greek Citizens, their family members and holders of residence permit in Greece
  3. State Flights
  4. Sanitary Flights
  5. Humanitarian Flights
  6. Emergency Flights
  7. Military Flights
  8. Cargo Flights
  9. Fire Fighting Flights
  10. FRONTEX Flights
  11. Technical Landings where PAX do not Disembark
  12. Ferry Flights
  • Flights Restrictions include: All commercial flights and GA/BA from/to any aerodrome in the territory of Italy, Spain, Netherlands, and United Kingdom to any aerodrome in the Hellenic Republic are suspended. Exempted from the restriction are:
  1. Flights designated to support the Hellenic National Healthcare System
  2. Flights approved by the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Repatriation of Greek Citizens, their family members and holders of residence permit in Greece
  3. State Flights
  4. Sanitary Flights
  5. Humanitarian Flights
  6. Emergency Flights
  7. Military Flights
  8. Cargo Flights
  9. Fire Fighting Flights
  10. FRONTEX Flights
  11. Technical Landings where PAX do not Disembark
  12. Ferry Flights
  • Flights Restrictions include: All commercial flights and GA/BA from/to any aerodrome in the territory of Albania and Northern Macedonia to any aerodrome in the Hellenic Republic are suspended. Exempted from the restriction are:
  1. Flights designated to support the Hellenic National Healthcare System
  2. Flights approved by the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Repatriation of Greek Citizens, their family members and holders of residence permit in Greece
  3. State Flights
  4. Sanitary Flights
  5. Humanitarian Flights
  6. Emergency Flights
  7. Military Flights
  8. Cargo Flights
  9. Fire Fighting Flights
  10. FRONTEX Flights
  11. Technical Landings where PAX do not Disembark
  12. Ferry Flights

​​Passenger Restrictions: The Hellenic Republic has restricted entry as follows:

Phase 1 – Until June 15: All incoming Pax will be tested upon their arrival and are required to stay overnight at a designated hotel.

  • If the test is negative, the Pax will remain on home isolation for 07 days.
  • If the test is positive, 14-day quarantine with strict monitoring.

Phase 2 – 15 June to 30 June:

  • If your travel originated from an airport not in the EASA affected area list, you are only subject to random test upon arrival.
  • If your travel originated from an airport on the EASA affected area list, you will be tested upon arrival and an overnight stay at a designated hotel is required:
    • If the test is negative, the Pax will remain on home isolation for 07 days.
    • If the test is positive, 14-day quarantine with strict monitoring.

Exempt from quarantine are: passengers in transit, all aircraft crew and persons on board the following flights: State, Sanitary, Humanitarian, Emergency, Military, Cargo, and Frontext.

All Non-EU citizens are prohibited from entering the Hellenic Republic extended through June 15. Exempted are:

  1. Family Members of EU Citizens
  2. Citizens of Schengen Member States and their Family Members
  3. Healthcare Professionals and Health Researchers designated to support the Hellenic National Healthcare System
  4. Third-Country Citizens who are Long-term Residents or Long-term Visa Holders of an EU or Schengen Member State.
  5. Third-Country Government Members, Diplomats, Staff of International Organizations, Military Personnel and Humanitarian Aid Workers in the exercise of their duties.
  6. Passengers in Transit
  7. Aircraft Flight Crew
  8. Non-EU or Non-Schengen Citizens travelling for imperative family or Business reasons provided that the relevant authorization has been obtained by the Hellenic Consulate

Crew: Crew are exempt from quarantine/isolation requirements.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed with NO passenger disembarkation.

ICAO Specific Information:

LGAV: PPR required for extended stay (more than 72hrs) due to number of aircraft on ground.


Greenland

May 29, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 1, 2020

General Restrictions: Authorities in Greenland have announced that a number of the restrictions that the territory has implemented as part of its effort to stem the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will remain in effect through at least 1 June. PIC is required to contact BGBW AFIS by mail BGBW@mit.gl before planning to fly to BGBW airport.

Passenger Restrictions: Pax from certain European countries allowed with approval from Greenlandic Authorities. International passenger flights are suspended until at least June 1.

Ban on all non-Danish nationals entering the territory. Ban on individuals entering or leaving Nuuk.

Recommended 14 days with self-quarantine at place of residence upon arrival to Greenland.

Crew: No crew rest options are available.

Restrictions in effect at Narsarsuaq Airport Aerodrome Reporting Office

  1. The Briefing Officer will collect the Pilot-in-Command at the entrance to the terminal
  2. The Briefing Officer will instruct the Pilot-in Command what single toilet is allowed for use.
  3. The Briefing Officer, upon arriving at the ARO with the Pilot-in-Command, will instruct said person to use hand-sanitizer before touching anything.
  4. Briefing and payment to be conducted normally, considering that a physical separation of minimum 2 meters must be maintained.
  5. The Pilot-in-Command must not, at any time, leave the ARO unsupervised.
  6. After briefing and payment has been conducted, the Pilot-in-Command will be escorted back to the aircraft by the Briefing Officer.​

Tech Stop Details: Possible with Pax aboard, but only crew can leave. All normal services are available.

Special Considerations: Cargo Flights

ICAO Specific Information: Please refer to your Universal Team for additional specifics.

Hungary

May 21, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 28, 2020.

General Restrictions: A government decree entering into force on Tuesday 17 March prohibits foreign citizens from entering Hungary. Border control has been reinstated at Budapest Airport from today, whereby the travel documents of all arriving passengers are checked. Following this inspection, only Hungarian citizens and European Economic Area Citizens with Permanent Residence Permit and Citizens of Czechia, Poland, Republic of Korea, Germany, Austria, the Slovak Republic and Japan for Business Purposes in accordance with the Hungarian Government Decree 81/2020 are permitted to enter Hungary. Exemptions require prior permission and can only be granted to citizens of neighbor states and for citizens on Humanitarian Transit.

Any persons entering from areas with high COVID-19 activity are required to enter quarantine for 14 days.

Crew: Prior to disembarkation, crew must make a written declaration whether they visited any of the countries subject to the restrictions in the past 14 days. Crew may enter Hungary if: there are no ascertained symptoms and the crew did not visit the restricted countries (Italy, China, Korea, Iran and Israel).  Crew may rest on Aircraft or at the Airport Hotel Budapest Superior, but are restricted to their rooms.

Tech Stops: Allowed with Pax Onboard, but Crew/Pax may not leave aircraft.

ICAO Specific Information:

  • LHPR – Airport is closed to all inbound INTL Flights due to COVID-19 infection prevention. This restriction does not affect the following flights: 1. ACFT in State of Emergency, 2. Cargo Flights with PPR, 3. Technical Landing, 4. Humanitarian / MEDEVAC / Repatriation Flights, 5. United Nations Flights, 6. Training and Local Flights with PPR.
  • LHUD – Training operations are limited to Hungarian citizens except local flights in line with Hungarian Government order to reduce COVID-19 spread.
  • LHDC – Debrecen Aerodrome CLOSED. In the CLOSED period, AD only available with PPR in writing 48 HRS before the planned ARR/DEP.
  • LHPP – Airport is restricted to all inbound flights due to COVID-19 infection prevention except for the following flights: 1. Contracted Partners, 2. Local Flights, 3. ACFT in State of Emergency, 4. Humanitarian / MEDEVAC / Repatriation Flights, 5. United Nations Flights and 6. Government Flights. Six (6) Hours PPR needed. Please contact Head of Ops, TEL: +36 30 311 1309 or Email: TIBOR.SZOKE@AIRPORTPECS.HU. This restriction does not affect the following flights: 1. Contracted Partners, 2. Local Flights, 3. ACFT in State of Emergency, 4. Humanitarian / MEDEVAC / Repatriation Flights, 5. United Nations Flights and 6. Government Flights.
  • LHSM – Heviz – Balaton Airport is CLOSED to all flights due to COVID-19 infection prevention except Cargo Flights on Request PPR 48 hrs.

Iceland

May 15, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020.

General Restrictions:  The Government of Iceland has announced that it expects to start easing restrictions on international arrivals no later than June 15th 2020, while from May 15th some professionals arriving in Iceland including scientists, filmmakers and athletes will be eligible for a modified quarantine. Tourists visiting Iceland after June 15th 2020 can make a choice: go into immediate 2-week quarantine, get tested for the coronavirus, or present a clean bill of health from the health authorities in their home countries. Final details on the easing of quarantine requirements for travellers will be announced by the end of May.

All Passengers are prohibited to enter Iceland except EU/EEA, EFTA, or UK Nationals. The following are exempted:

  1. Foreign Nationals with Immigration Status in Schengen States, or those who have family members in the same countries.
  2. Passengers in Transit.
  3. Health and care workers on professional travel
  4. Transportation Crews (Airlines and Freighters)
  5. Individuals requiring International Protection
  6. Individuals travelling because of acute family incidents and diplomats, international organizations staff, members of Armed Forces travelling to Iceland for duty, or Humanitarian Aid Workers

Foreign Nationals covered by the travel restriction, who need to travel to a Schengen Member State through Iceland in any of the above-mentioned purposes, are advised to contact the Member State they are traveling to for a written confirmation of their permission to enter the respective state’s territory. Without such a confirmation, such Foreign Nationals cannot be authorized to enter the Schengen Area in Iceland.
If Iceland is the main destination, it is recommended that Foreign Nationals covered by the travel restriction contact Iceland’s nearest embassy or the Foreign Ministry’s Consular Services (Tel. +354 545 0112 or help@mfa.is) for information on how to be given an exemption from the travel restrictions.

Passenger Restrictions: Currently, no Pax from outside the Schengen Area may visit Iceland; with those visiting must go into a 2 week quarantine. From May 15th, nationals of the Faroe Islands and Greenland will be able to visit without quarantine. The travel restrictions do not apply to essential travel, including passengers in airport transit, health and care workers on professional travel and transportation crews (airlines and freighters).

Crew: Crew are partly exempt. Crew rest allowed and available at a local hotel or on aircraft.

Tech Stop Details: Allowed with Pax Onboard. Crew and Pax may leave the aircraft. Services are limited and must be pre-coordinated.

Special Considerations: Please note that if you intend to travel to Iceland with a stopover in another state, it is very important to carefully examine whether any travel restrictions have been introduced in the respective state that might affect your travel to Iceland.

ICAO Specific Information:

  • BIRK – Due to COVID-19, BIRK ATC Operational Hours amended as follows: DAILY – 07:00 – 20:00, WEEKENDS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS – 08:00-20:00.
  • BIHU – Due to COVID-19, BIHU ATC Operational Hours amended as follows: MON 0700 1000, TUE CLOSED, WED 1300 1600, THU 0800 1100, FRI 1500 1800, SAT CLOSED, SUN 1400 1700.
  • BIIS – Due to COVID-19, BIIS AFIS Operational Hours amended as follows: MON.-FRI. 0700-1700, SAT 0900-1500, SUN 0900-1700.
  • BITN –Due to COVID-19 BITN Operational Hours amended as follows: MON: 0800 – 1200, TUE: NO SERVICE, WED: 0800 – 1200, THU: NO SERVICE, FRI: 0800 – 1200, SAT/SUN: NO SERVICE.

Ireland

May 29, 2020

General Restrictions: Ireland is open to international passenger flights with passengers subject to 14-day quarantine upon arrival. UWA Pre-departure and Arrival forms are available from your Universal Teams.

The most current information here as of the 28th of April is that there are actually No Restrictions on travel in and out of Ireland – only guidelines. Please see the following sites for guidelines from the Irish Government and the D.A.A. (Dublin Airport Authority) related to the COVID-19 situation.

After consulting with the H.S.E. (Health Service Executive) and Immigration Officers here in Dublin Airport, they have advised us that Crew that are on a GEN DEC do not have to quarantine if they are not showing any symptoms of COVID-19. However, they have to practice Social Distancing and follow the Irish Governments guidelines – i.e. restrict their movements to staying with-in their hotel and NOT going outside (except for travel to/from airport and hotel). The crew will be able to complete all the necessary checks outside the aircraft.

  1. Any current Notams that will affect a possible flight schedule: NOT PRESENTLY
  2. Current Airport Operating Hours: 24HRS, FBO HRS 0800-2200 but 24Hrs on request
  3. Current Airfield Fire Category: CAT 9
  4. Any other notes that we as an Operator need to be aware of? Not at present

Passenger Restrictions: All arriving passengers are subject to 14-day quarantine at place of residence upon arrival. Pax must fill out a Public Health Form issued by the DOT in advance of arrival. Pax from the US, Canada, Mexico, and certain European, Latin American, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and African Countries are being allowed entry. A penalty of up to €2500 or 6 months imprisonment for any passenger that does not complete a form.

Crew: Crew may rest on the aircraft (without clearing customs), at an airport or off-airport hotel. Crew are exempt from the 14 day quarantine measures, but are required to provide their contact details to Irish Immigration on arrival, to include contact number and Hotac details. Crew must also restrict their movements and adhere to lockdown procedures currently in place in Ireland.

ICAO Specific Information:

EINN Specific Information

  • – Operating Hours: 0500-2100 UTC
  • – Shannon Pre-Clearance into the US is temporarily suspended.
  • – Shannon is permitting GA traffic with incoming passengers subject to above quarantine.
  • – Commercial traffic in Shannon is currently non-existent

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are available. Crew and Passengers can disembark to tarmac but no facilities are available (shops, CBP Pre-clearance, etc). All services are available but catering is limited. Crew may take crew rest at one of the available hotels.

EINN specific hotel options:

  • – The Park Inn Airport hotel – Room and food offering available
  • – The Shannon Springs Hotel – Bed and Food available on site (located 10 mins from airport)
  • – The South Court Hotel, Limerick – 30 min drive from airport. Bed and Food available.

There is one additional hotel open for business in Limerick city (30 min drivetime) called the George Hotel which is a 4 star hotel that we have agreed rates with and have full food offerings. Other hotels are planned to open on July 20th.


Italy

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 3, 2020.

General Restrictions: Italian authorities announced that they would extend the nation’s current lockdown until at least June 3rd. All passengers are prohibited to enter Schengen Area until 3 June 2020 as well.

From 3 until 15 June inclusive, the following obligations will apply to Pax entering Italy:

Extra Schengen Arrivals:

  1. Member States of the European Union (besides Italy, the following are EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the Czech Republic);
  2. States party to the Schengen Agreement (non-EU States party to the Schengen Agreement are: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland);
  3. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;
  4. Andorra, Principality of Monaco
  5. Republic of San Marino and Vatican City State

Remains the obligation of the 14-day “quarantine”, except for those categories in derogation, and, consequently, the obligation of self-certifications to be completed and delivered to the carrier before embarkation at the airport of origin and those to be given to the police operator upon arrival in Italy will be maintained. Passengers that are coming from countries considered “liberalized”, if they were in transit or have stayed in Non-EU States for the previous 14 days, the anti-COVID-19 emergency measures will still be applied.

Schengen Arrivals

For passengers arriving from one of the states included in the above list, there is no longer any obligation to “quarantine” and, consequently, not even to fill in the self-certifications, unless they have been, in the 14 days prior to their entry into Italy, in one of the extra-Schengen or Extra-EU states.

Exempted persons are those returning to their homes, healthcare professionals, frontier workers, cargo crew, diplomats, transit passengers, transport personnel including flight crew on Cargo Flights, Pax traveling for family reasons, or humanitarian reasons.

Please note that most airports are opening, resuming normal operations for general/Business aviation flights with fewer than 19 seats; aircrafts with more than 19 seats must require a special permit to the civil aviation authority.


Lithuania

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020.

General Restrictions: Crew / Passenger Information to prevent the entry of foreigners into the Republic of Lithuania, except for foreigners who are family members (parents (adoptive parents), children (adopted children, souses, guardians)) of the Citizens of the Republic of Lithuania, the Crew Members who are employed in Lithuanian Companies engaged in International Commercial Transportations, or who carry out International Commercial Transportations of all kinds of goods by all the means of transport, also persons entitled to reside in the Republic of Lithuania, persons enjoying immunities and privileges under the Vienna Convention on Diploma – TIC Relations (1961) and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (1963) and persons serving in NATO and NATO Military Units and the personnel serving them and their family members, as well as the exceptions referred to in paragraph 3.1.3 resolution 207, and foreigners who, in exceptional cases, will be allowed entry to the Republic of Lithuania on the basis of an Individual Permission by a Minister holding the jurisdiction in the respective realm, and whose entry has been approved by the Government. Crewmembers, carrying out International Commercial Transportation using all the means of transport, cross the territory of the Republic of Lithuania without the necessary stops.

Passenger Restrictions: Some passengers are not allowed to enter Lithuania. These restrictions do not apply to:
  • Nationals of Lithuania and their family members
  • Residents of Lithuania
    Travelers from a list of countries that include Germany, Poland, France, Italy, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland.
  • Citizens and residents of Latvia and Estonia.
  • Diplomats accredited to Lithuania
  • NATO personnel and personnel working for them and their family members
  • Passengers with permission by issued by the respective minister and by the government.

Passengers allowed to enter must arrive at Vilnius (VNO), Kaunas (KUN), Palanga (EYPA) or Siauliai (SQQ)

Only flights with a permission issued by the Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration under the order of the Minister of Transport and Communications can operate to Lithuania.

Transit through Lithuania is possible only for passengers traveling in groups on their way back to their country of residence. They must be escorted to the international border crossing points.

Returning nationals and residents of Lithuania are subject to 14 days isolation.

Crew Requirements: The Crew of all flights arriving into Lithuanian airport have to ask passengers to fill the Passenger Locator Card (PLC) forms (See ICAO Annex 9, Appendix 13). Completed forms shall be submitted by passengers to the Public Health Authorities after landing at the Arrival Hall. Failure to comply may result in Arrival Delay.


Macedonia

June 2, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 13, 2020.

General Restrictions: No passenger flights are allowed at this time. All Pax, Crew, and Operating Personnel arriving in the Republic of North Macedonia by aircraft must fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form (PLF). All PLF must be collected by the crew, checked, and handed over to ground handling agent upon landing.

Passenger Restrictions: No passengers allowed except for North Macedonian Nationals. Repatriated citizens are subject to 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Persons, with prior confirmation from the Crisis Coordination Headquarters, who are issued a special permit by the Ministry of the Interior may enter North Macedonia.

Crew: Crew are exempt but requirements must be confirmed individually for every flight.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops with passengers onboard are allowed with no crew/pax disembarkation. All services available. Crew Rest must be confirmed individually for every flight.

ICAO Specific Information: LWSK is open the following hours for exempted flights: Mon 0600-1800, Tue to Sun 0700 to 1900.

Malta

May 18, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 30, 2020.

General Restrictions: All inbound passenger flights are suspended as of March 20.  Authorities may grant special exemption for some cases.

Repatriation flights are being accepted with Maltese Pax on board or any Pax holding a valid Maltese residence card. (still need to obtain permit from authorities). For these exemptions, a mandatory 14-day quarantine period is required with excessive fines for anyone caught breaking it. This also applies to crew however, in the latter’s case they can leave if their scheduled departure is planned before the end of that 14 day period.

Passenger Restrictions: Any passenger entering Malta must undergo mandatory self-quarantine for 14 days or their entire stay in Malta, whichever is shorter.  Quarantine restrictions are in place until June 30.

Crew Restrictions: Crew Rest must be approved by authorities.

Tech Stop Details: Fuel stops are being accepted as long as crew and pax remain on board – (need to obtain a permit).


Moldova

May 18, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 25, 2020

General restrictions: Emergency, Humanitarian / Medical / Relief, Tech Stops, Cargo Flights and Safety Related Ops are permitted.

Passenger Restrictions: No passengers are allowed to enter Moldova except Moldovan Citizens, foreign persons with residency in Moldova, Crew Members, members of Diplomatic missions, members of International Missions and their family members. Flights with permissible persons shall be authorized by Extraordinary Public Health Commission.

Crew: Crew members are exempt from restrictions.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed with NO passenger disembarkation. All services available.

ICAO Specific Information:
LUKK: Open but 12 hours prior notification is required (if possible).


Montenegro

June 1, 2020

Restriction expiration: Expired

General Restrictions: The government will reopen the nation’s borders to tourists, but only from countries that currently have no more than 25 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Among the countries that meet that criterion are Germany, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Albania, and Greece.

Please be informed of the updated conditions for arrival/departures to/from Montenegro:

International Business and General Aviation flights with maximum 10 passengers are allowed

The flight has to be announced 24h before the flight

The crew and passengers are obliged to wear the masks during and after the flight and inside Airport building

The crew has to stay on board the aircraft during the turnaround and if necessary, the crew can go out staying on the parking position.

The passengers have to hold negative PCR test on SARS-COV-2 not older than 48h as well as the crew if they enter Montenegro.

Upon arrival to Montenegro the passengers will be issued the certificate about being under health control which understood regular self-monitoring signs and symptoms of the illness and if they feel any signs and symptoms they are obliged to report to local epidemiologist.

Passenger Transfer

From the passenger terminal to the accommodation, it is necessary to organize a special transport – the driver of the vehicle must wear a mask and disinfect his hands before driving. He is obliged to use gloves when picking up luggage and accommodating clients in the means of transport. When placing clients in the vehicle, it is desirable that clients disinfect their hands and wear masks. After accommodating the clients, the driver puts the gloves in the already prepared waste bag and puts on new ones, and only then enters the vehicle and takes the clients to the indicated destination.

Upon arrival at the destination and departure of the client and after handing over the luggage, the driver is obliged to disinfect the vehicle, take off the gloves, disinfect his hands and take the vehicle away.

When leaving the transport vehicle, it is desirable for clients to disinfect their hands and go to the facility intended for accommodation with a mask on their face.

Hotel

If they go to the hotel when entering the hotel, hand disinfection is mandatory for all guests, and the hotel staff measures the temperature with a remote thermometer. In case they have a fever, they are immediately sent to the isolation room and wait for the arrival of a competent epidemiologist who will take over the organization of treatment and accommodation. If they do not have a temperature, they perform formalities at the reception in compliance with the recommendations and measures of the NKT, which every hotel is obliged to have, and go to the apartment / room. – During the stay in the hotel, self-monitoring of symptoms and signs of respiratory infections with an emphasis on fever, cough and shortness of breath is mandatory. – In case of any of the above symptoms, guests are required to stay in the room and contact the hotel reception, which further follows the protocol and recommendations of the Institute of Public Health. – It is desirable that guests during their stay in the common areas of the hotel wear a mask and strictly take care of hand hygiene. The mask is not obligatory to be worn in a restaurant, but measures of social distance must be respected, or even better, food must be delivered to the guest’s room. Guests are also obliged to respect the measures and recommendations that apply to all public areas outside the hotel, which are in force at the time of stay.

Own / Other Accommodation

Upon arrival at the accommodation, measures of social distance must be respected with the persons who perform services within the accommodation – the staff employed within the facility.

The staff employed in the facility is obliged to wear masks and regularly maintain hand and space hygiene. In special situations, such as carrying a suitcase, it is necessary to wear gloves, which are then disposed of in the prescribed manner and the hands are disinfected.

Wearing gloves is mandatory when:

preparing meals or serving the same

arranging accommodation (room)

cleaning the bathroom

Gloves are changed each time the space is changed or after an action where gloves are required.

During the stay, self-monitoring of symptoms and signs of respiratory infections with an emphasis on fever, cough and shortness of breath is mandatory.

In case of any of the above symptoms, guests are required to stay in the facility and contact the health service or the national call center 1616, which will proceed according to the protocol and recommendations of the Institute of Public Health.


Netherlands

May 29, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 1, 2020.

General Restrictions: Inbound flights from the following countries are restricted: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Spain, and Austria. Passenger flights are restricted to Schengen Nationals only. Allowed flights will required a completed Health Passenger Locator Form and completed and signed ICAO General Declaration form.

If the Netherlands is your final destination, you are instructed to immediately self-quarantine for 14 days.

 Passenger Restrictions: Non-Schengen Nationals are restricted from entering until 15 June 2020 when it will be reevaluated.

Exemptions include:

  • For the reason to return to their home
    • All EU Citizens and Citizens of the Schengen Associated States and their Family Members
    • Third-Country Nationals who are long-term residents under the Longterm Residence Directive and persons deriving their right to reside from other EU Directives or National Law or who hold National Longterm Visas
  • Other travellers with an essential function or need, including:
    • Healthcare professionals, Health Researchers and Elderly Care Professionals
    • Frontier Workers
    • Transport Personnel, including Flight Crew engaged in haulage of goods and other transport staff to the extent necessary.
    • Diplomats, Staff of International Organizations, Military Personnel and Humanitarian Aid Workers in the exercise of their functions.
    • Passengers in Transit.
    • Passengers travelling for imperative family reasons.
    • Persons in need of International Protection or for other Humanitarian Reasons.

Norway

May 28, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020.

General Restrictions: All Norwegian airports will be closed to foreigners without residence permit in Norway, from Monday 16.03.20 08:00AM local time (07:00utc). Upon arrival, all foreign passengers arriving from abroad will be met by the police, and sent back to wherever they came from. The only exception is crew on duty. We strongly advise you to not bring these passengers to Norway, so we can avoid this situation. We also advise you to try to avoid night stops, to reduce the risk of infection.

Passenger Restrictions:

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Norway.

– This does not apply to nationals and residents of Norway.

– This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and passengers with a British passport if they are residing or working in Norway. If they cannot prove their residency in Norway, they must be able to prove their nationality in one of the countries listed above.

– This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and passengers with a British passport if they are transiting via Norway to return to their country of residence.

– This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued by Norway after 15 March 2020.

– This does not apply to airline crew.

– This does not apply to passengers in transit.

– This does not apply to passengers who have a particular responsibility to care for residents of Norway or who have strong welfare reasons.

– This does not apply to the following passengers: passengers with a diplomatic or service passport when they are accredited to Norway; passengers with an ID card as diplomat or a Schengen residence card issued to diplomatic staff; transit workers to oil platforms and similar; NATO staff with travel order; passengers with a valid flight certificate on duty; seamen in transit to or from ships; professional transporters of goods; media staff on duty; cruise passengers on cruises that started before 16 March 0800 CET transiting Norway to return home.

2. The following passengers must undergo a 10-day home quarantine:

– Nationals and residents of Norway;

– Nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and passengers with a British passport if they are residing or working in Norway;

– Passengers who have a particular responsibility to care for residents of Norway or who have strong welfare reasons.

3. All crew and passengers must fill out the public health information form and hand it over to the local airport authority upon arrival.

4. Passengers are only allowed to travel to Svalbard after they have stayed in quarantined in other parts of Norway.

Crew: May rest on aircraft or at designated nearby airport hotel (book Day Room) or at GA Partner crew area (needs to be clarified on each occasion by immigration office). Clarion Bergen apt. hotel.

No quarantine requirements for Crew.

Tech Stop Details: Allowed with Pax onboard. Crew / Pax cannot leave aircraft.  Catering menu is limited to light meals. All other services are available.

Special Considerations: All stations open or traffic, hours of operation vary as they are adjusted to the Domestic Scheduled Flights operating in/out of each location.


Poland

May 28, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 6, 2020

​General Restrictions:

Authorites in Poland announced the extension of restrictions introduced to combat the spread of coronavirus disease COVID-19, which include a ban on most foreigners enterning Poland and those that are allowed will have a mandatory 14-day quarantine. This is expected to continue through at least 15 June, when the Polish border is expected to fully open. Citizens from certain European Countries are allowed to enter Poland. Aircraft who perform transit flights through EPWW FIR should not plan alternate airports within Poland.

Passenger Restrictions: All passenger air traffic is banned except:

  • Citizens of Poland
  • Foreigners who are spouses or children of Citizens of Poland or who are under Permanent Custody of a Citizen.
  • Foreigners having a Pole’s Card
  • Heads of Diplomatic Missions and Members of the Diplomatic and Consular pesonnel of a mission (i.e. Persons with a Diplomatic Rank and members of their families)
  • Foreigners with a permanent or temporary residence permit in Poland
  • Foreigners with the right to be employed in Poland
  • Foreigners who gained a permit of the Commander of a Border Guard Unit to enter Poland

Crew Restrictions: Crew is obliged to fill in the Health Related part of the GenDec and to submit it to the appropriate authorities after landing at the first airport in Poland.

Special Considerations: Cargo flights.


Portugal

May 28, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 14, 2020

General Restrictions: Flights to/from Non European Union member states are prohibited to land at/depart from Portuguese airports. No flights from Italy or Spain (except Head of State, Cargo, Mail, Hosp, Hum, MEDEVAC, United Nations, and Technical Stopovers for Non-Commercial Purposes) has been extended until 15 June 2020. The restrictions are not the same for every airport.

Exempted Countries: Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe, Canada, South Africa, UK, USA, Venezuela, and Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro in Brazil.

Quarantine Requirements: Not mandatory in the mainland, but is mandatory on the Islands. Must wear a mask and practice social distancing.

​Crew: Crew Members may disembark without any quarantine requirements. Crew can rest at airport and off-airport hotels.

Tech Stop Information: Only Crew may leave the aircraft. All services are available.

ICAO Specific Information:

LPAZ: Tech stops only no overnights permitted.

 LPFR: Available for Crew Rest at this time.

  • Parking is allowed and will be approved;
  • Crews will have to fill the Passenger Locator Card as well as provide a statement in which they confirm that they’re in good health and do not have any symptom related with the COVID 19 virus;
  • We have limited hotel options to offer as most facilities are closed. Please see below hotel that are near the airport and opened:
    • Hotel Monaco: http://www.hotelmonaco.pt/hoteleng.html
    • Hotel 3K: https://hotel3kfaro.com/
    • Hotel Ibis: https://all.accor.com/hotel/1593/index.en.shtml
      • The reopening of major 4* and 5* hotels are reliant on the State of Emergency being lifted on the 2nd of May. If lifted, a lot more options will be made available.

LPPD: Refuel only with doors closed. No pax/crew embark and disembark is allowed.

LPPR: – Prohibition to all flights to/from Spain and Italy, including inbound flights through intermediate stops until May 14

  • Passenger Restrictions: Recommended 14 day quarantine, but not mandatory.
  • Crew: Crew changes are possible, as long as the following parking time limits are not not exceeded:
    • 45 MINUTES FOR AIRCRAFT ICAO CODE A AND B
    • 60 MINUTES FOR AIRCRAFT ICAO CODE C AND D

Crew rest at hotel is possible, but need to confirm with hotel select will be open.  Crew rest on aircraft is possible, as long as it doesn’t violate parking limits.

Tech Stops: Allowed as long as no one leaves the aircraft.

All Services available, but should be requested in advance.

LPPT:

  • Prohibition to all flights to/from Spain including inbound flights through intermediate stops until May 14;
  • Prohibition to all flights to/from Italy including inbound flights through intermediate stops until April 21, but this may get extended;
  • Prohibition to all flights to/from Non-European Union State members. Exempted are Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, USA, Canada, UK, Venezuela, Brasil if São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and São Tomé and Principe until May 17.
  • Please note that all Head of State flights, Ambulance flights and tech-stops for non-commercial purposes are exempted from these
  • Kindly note that in addition, for all flights there is a maximum turnaround allowed time of 45 minutes. In case you need more time for your operation, we may request it and it is subject to approval by the airport authorities.
  • Regarding the hotel, there is a hotel nearby the airport, Hotel Tryp Aeroporto, which is open and where the crew can rest. Kindly note that quarantine is not mandatory, but recommended. However, if the crew wants to stay in Lisbon for a few days, please note that we need a signed declaration from the crew where it states they are in good health and with no symptoms related to COVID-19. Same applies for passengers.
  • For CIQ purposes, note that it is important to inform us if crew or passengers have been to China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Italy and Iran within the past 14 days
  • Also, please note that the runway at LPPT will be closed everyday from 2030z until 0530z except from Saturday to Sunday.

Please contact your Universal Team for additional specifics.

Russia

May 29, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 1, 2020

​​General Restrictions: Foreign Nationals and Stateless persons are temporarily not allowed to enter Russia. Aircraft with up to 20 seats must submit an application for arrival at least 3 days in advance of arrival. All flights are to be approved by an interagency working group. Passenger flights are limited to bringing citizens of Russia and the CIS. All requests for transporting of Russian citizens from the territory of foreign countries to the territory of the Russian Federation must be applied to the Federal Air Transport Agency and Main Air Traffic Flow Management Center not less than 24 hours before estimated arrival time to the destination airport on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Russian nationals are prohibited from leaving the territory of the Russian Federation.

Entry into the Russian Federation is temporarily restricted for foreign nationals, stateless persons and nationals of the Republic of Belarus.

Passenger Restrictions: Only Russian citizens and citizens of the Commonwealth of Independent States. All arriving Pax will have a mandatory 14-day quarantine.

Crew Restrictions: Stay of flight crews in Russia: it is important to note that the restrictions imposed, including the requirements for the stay of flight crews, may differ in different regions of the Russian Federation. There are currently no restrictions on the accommodation of flight crews in hotels in Moscow.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed on a case-by-case basis. Crew and Passengers must remain on board. All services are available. Crew rest is on a case-by-case basis.

Special Considerations: Important: the Russian United Business Aviation Association recommends that all foreign operators organizing flights to Russia should work closely with their agents in Russia, providing only reliable and comprehensive information. Crewmembers are advised to carry a full set of protective equipment (masks, gloves, disinfectants), not move around the city on their own. Crews and airline representatives are advised to keep in touch with the representatives of your local flight support provider.

ICAO Specific Information:

UHPP: Can be used as a tech stop. No crew rest available and crew rest onboard the aircraft not allowed.


Serbia & Montenegro

May 23, 2020

​​Restriction expiration: June 8, 2020.

General Restrictions: Accordingly, officials have indefinitely suspended all international commercial flights at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (LYBE); the airport remains open for domestic, humanitarian, and cargo flights.  LYBE opened for commercial flights on 18 May. No COVID-19 test is necessary for entering the Republic of Serbia.

Nonresident foreign nationals, except foreign freight truck drivers, remain indefinitely barred from entry to the country.

Passenger Restrictions: Nationals of Montenegro are prohibited from travel to Italy, Spain, South Korea, Iran, China (Hubei Province), Hapan, France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, and Austria.


Slovakia

May 15, 2020

Restriction expiration: May 31, 2020

General Restrictions: Flights arriving into Slovak Republic are prohibited except those listed. Any person entering Slovak Republic after April 6 must submit to COVID-19 testing at a government isolation facility and remain there until a negative test result. Once negative result is received, they must submit to a 14-day self-quarantine at their home. Persons testing positive for COVID-19 will be required to remain in the center until they have recovered. Pregnant women, persons with pre-existing medical conditions, persons with limited movement capabilities, persons over the age of 75 and diplomats will not be required to quarantine at the government facility but in their own homes.

Crew: Crewmembers are exempt from quarantine in government facility. Crewmembers must follow the anti-epidemic measures set forth by the Ministry of Transport and Construction.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed for refueling purposes. No disembarkation is allowed.

Slovenia

May 23, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 1, 2020.

General Restrictions: Repatriation flight, most probably will be approved, nonetheless there are passenger on board and so permission has to be granted via Ministry of Infrastructure and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs — diplomatic channels.  LJLJ is an airport of entry; they can accept international flights. International Passenger flights are permitted to resume at LJLJ. EU-wide restrictions remain in force until at least June 15. Flights/Pax from Italy and Spain are restricted.

Passenger Restrictions:
  • All pax of the EU and Schengen states will not be subject to quarantine if the following is met:
  • The state from which they come is in the list of states with bilateral agreement or EU level agreement concluded
  • If arriving person was not outside EU or Schengen area for more than 14 days
  • If person, noncitizen or nonresident of Slovenia, is COVID-19 positive or has symptoms he/she will not be allowed to enter the country
  • If it is decided that the person will not be able to leave the country due to restrictions in other countries, he/she is denied entry to Slovenia
  • 14 days quarantine is obligatory for all Pax arriving from third countries; exceptions granted for – Pax involved in transport of goods from/to third countries
  • Persons with special permit to travel
  • Other exemptions granted

Crew: Crew can stay overnight, but can only stay at the Austria Trend Lubljana Hotel. This hotel is reserved for crews only. Crew are exempt from quarantine requirements. Crew may rest on acft.

Tech Stop Details: Allowed with Pax onboard, Crew/Pax may not leave Acft.  Catering not available.

Special Considerations: Please copy the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Repatriation Flight Handling Requests.

ICAO Specific Requirements:

LJLJ, LJMB, and LJPZ: Only airports allowing International Passenger flights.

Flights from abroad to local airports are banned until 12 June.

Rules are changing daily, so please contact your Universal Team for additional specifics.


Spain

June 1, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 6, 2020

General Restrictions: Third country nationals are not allowed to enter Spain except for EU Nationals returning home. Spain is effectively on lock down with restrictions on leaving home. Ferry flights to retrieve passengers are allowed.

As from 0.00 hours on 15 May, internal maritime and air border controls are restored temporarily (Decree INT/401/2020). Entry into the national territory will only be allowed to nationals, residents in Spain, proof of the place of habitual residence is necessary, cross-border workers, healthcare professionals or elderly care workers going to their workplaces and people travelling due to force majeure reasons when justified.

As from 0.00 hours on 15 May all international travellers coming into Spain must quarantine themselves for 14 days following their arrival (Decree SND/403/2020). During that period they must remain in their home or accommodation and they will go out only to buy food, pharmaceuticals or essential items to go to healthcare centers or due to force majeure reasons and always wearing a facemask.

Travelling for justified work / business reasons are currently allowed. Business is defined as: passenger reason for a flight to this location is to work (attend a meeting, contracts, client visit, etc.). It must be proved with a certificate issued by the company the passengers work for stating purpose of visit, with as much details as possible.

No private or charter flights to Ibiza unless they are Spanish Citizens who reside in Ibiza.

Passenger Restrictions: Approved passengers will be required to quarantine for 14-days at their place of residence.

Crew: Crew are exempt from quarantine. Must wear mask at all times. Crew rest is available onboard the aircraft but not overnight. Crew rest available at hotel, but they cannot leave the hotel except to get crucial necessities such as buying food, etc.

Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed, but crew and passengers cannot disembark. No hotels are available. Catering is available with 24 hrs. notice. Some services are unavailable, like aircraft washing.

​ICAO Specific Information: According to the last official bulletins published by the Spanish Government, there are only 15 airports open to International flights in Spain:

  • Aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas (LEMD)
  • Aeropuerto Joan Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat (LEBL)
  • Aeropuerto de Gran Canaria (GCLP)
  • Aeropuerto Málaga-Costa del Sol (LEMG)
  • Aeropuerto de Palma de Mallorca (LEPA)
  • Aeropuerto de Alicante (LEAL)
  • Aeropuerto Reina Sofía – Tenerife Sur (GCTS)Aeropuerto de Manises-Valencia (LEVC)
  • Aeropuerto de Sevilla (LEZL)
  • Aeropuerto de Mahón – Menorca (LEMH)
  • Aeropuerto de Ibiza (LEIB)
  • Aeropuerto de Fuerteventura (GCFV)
  • Aeropuerto de Arrecife – Lanzarote (GCRR)​
  • Aeropuerto de Santander (LEXJ)
  • Aeropuerto de Alicante (LEAL)
Please contact your Universal Team for additional specifics

Sweden

May 29, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020

General Restrictions: Only Swedish citizens and residents are allowed entry. It is also allowed to enter Sweden from a country that is part of the EEA and Switzerland. It is thus permissible to travel to Sweden from the following countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Austria

Passenger Restrictions: Passengers arriving from outside Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.),  Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, and United Kingdom are not allowed to enter Sweden.  This does not apply to Nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.),  Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, and United Kingdom and their family members.

Crew:

  • NO restrictions on the crew on arrival.
  • NO requirement for quarantine
  • NO Health Certificate
  • Crew changes and Swaps are OK (including night stop)
  • They are permitted to leave the Airport and return for duty.
  • Crew can change via commercial airlines
  • 14 Day Quarantine – There is no mandatory requirement.

Tech Stop Details: No restrictions on pax/crew during fuel stop.  Crew members may also change, enter the border.  No pax may exit aircraft.
Special Considerations: Arrival GENDEC is MANDATORY


Switzerland

May 29, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 13, 2020

General Restrictions: Passenger flights are available at Zurich (LSZH), Geneva (LSGG), and Basel (LFSB). Cargo, Maintenance, Aerial Work and Ambulance Flights are not subject to restrictions. No current quarantine restrictions in place for crew or pax.

Tech Stops: Possible, but no pax disemarcation. Crew can rest near the airport, but cannot stay overnight (per handler).

Passenger Restrictions: Entry into Switzerland is refused to All Foreign Nationals except: (A) Nationals or residents of switzerland or liechtenstein (B) persons who hold a swiss residence permit, a cross-border commuter permit who are entering switzerland for work with a c-visa issued by switzerland for the purpose of business meetings as specialists in the field of health or official visit of great importance, or who have an assurance of a residence permit. (C) Persons who are entitled to freedom of movement and have a professional reason for entering switzerland and have a confirmation of registration. (D) Persons traveling directly through Switzerland to another country that they are permitted to enter. (E) Persons who are of great importance as specialists in the health sector. (F) All crew and minimum support staff that are required to carry out cargo and passenger flights.

ICAO specific information:

  • LSZH General Aviation Service Center (GASC) temporary hours: 0530-0915 / 1015-1430 UTC (Effective: 22APR-20JUL). Airport is available as an alternate, but expect up to 1 hr handling delays, especially early morning and evening (Effective: 07APR-06JUN). Flights with more than 100 pax will arrive at Dock B. Non-Schengen flights with more than 100 pax will be deplaned by State Police to ensure compliance with social distancing regulations. Do not start deplaning until advised by police (Effective: 24MAR-24JUN).

Ukraine

May 23, 2020

Restriction expiration: June 14, 2020.

General Restrictions: Authorities previously suspended international passenger flight from March 28. Freight transport operations remain unaffected.

Passenger Restrictions: Crossing of the border into Ukraine for foreigners and stateless persons is temporarily prohibited; except for permanent or temporary residents, spouses and children of citizens of Ukraine, Employees of Foreign Diplomatic missions and Consular Institutions accredited in Ukraine, representations of official international missions, organizations accredited in Ukraine and their families and Crew Members. Others may apply for entry with the Ukraine Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Crew: Crew Members are exempt from restrictions. Crew overnight stays will be approved on a case by case basis.

Special Considerations: To depart and arrive UKBB, prepare 3 official letters in free form on company letterhead, with the following information: purpose of flights, indicated flight number, aircraft registration, date of operation, route, signature and stamp.


United Kingdom

May 26, 2020

Restriction expiration: July 1, 2020

​​General Restrictions:

General Restrictions: Some U.K. airports are implementing airport specific requirements. Each flight is being approved on a case-by-case basis.  As of 14 May, there is no Crew/Pax quarantine requirement during their stay. From June 8, new rules take effect to include:

  • The need to provide your journey and contact details when you travel to the UK (except travelers from Ireland, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man)
  • UK will enforce a 14-day quarantine except in very limited situations (https://www.gov.uk/government/news/home-secretary-announces-new-public-health-measures-for-all-uk-arrivals​).

Tech Stop Details: Allowed in the UK. Pax and Crew may leave the aircraft.

Special Considerations: Harrods Aviation reopening Monday, May 4th at 0700 at both locations, EGSS and EGGW.

ICAO Specific Information:

EGGW: Signature Flight Support information: 48 hours prior to the arrival of the flight, we will send the SFS General Aircraft Declaration form to be completed and returned. We will require the Captain to contact SFS Luton Ops (131.615) before making the final approach in to EGGW to confirm the GAD remains valid and no persons onboard are showing symptoms of COVID-19. Once the A/C has landed, Signature LTN Ops will Submit the GAD to Public Health England on the Operators behalf.

EGJB: Still restricted on accepted flights. Any Person arriving would need to self-isolate for 14-days before departing again. The only exception is if they arrived and departed in the same day. remained airside within the confines of the aircraft stand. all movements require a permit and are subject to PPR.

EGLF: A decision was taken on 20th March not to accept flights coming from airports listed by the EASA as main affected areas with high risk of transmission of infection. However, for flights from the USA East coast or California, the following is required:

  • A professional, valid certificate of disinfection, clearly stating the date and the validity of the disinfection
  • A Health Declaration for crew and passengers (Gendec format or E-mail, no earlier than 12 hours before departure)
  • Upon landing we will ask the crew via radio to confirm that everyone on board is in good health

EGPK: Fully operational, with reduced Fire Cat between 1800 to 0600 UTC. This can be upped with a minimum of 1 hours notice to handle any aircraft.

EGQL: Closed until further notice.

EGNM: AD Open May 12, 13, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27 from 0700 to 1500.

EGSS: EGSS/Stansted is currently accepting crew and passengers from US. They can stay overnight in EGSS. Only AirBNB and one hotel is open for crew rest. UA Stansted has a few rooms available at hotels for Crew Rest.

Health Declaration Form Required (sent by UA) before accepting a flight which is to make sure crew or passengers do not have symptoms or indeed have the virus or been in contact with anyone who has.

Biz Av and Cargo can operate 24/7 with no night limits on slots.

Please contact your Universal Team for additional specifics.


Got a question for Universal about this article?

Share: