Asia & Pacific Region COVID-19 Flight Restrictions Australia May 28, 2020 Restriction expiration: May 29, 2020 General Restrictions: Below passenger restrictions apply to Australian citizens, residents and immediate family. All other foreign nationals are still not allowed entry. Passenger Restrictions: International arrivals. Beginning 2359 AEDT 28 March 2020 all people entering Australia will be required to undertake their mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities (for example, a hotel), in their port of arrival. Travelers will be transported directly to designated facilities after appropriate immigration, customs and enhanced health checks. Designated facilities will be determined by the relevant state or territory government The post Asia-Pacific Region: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact on Business Aviation appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.
COVID-19 business aviation flight restrictions in Europe. The post Business Aviation in Europe: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.
Caribbean Anguilla June 1, 2020 Restriction expiration: June 30, 2020 General Restrictions: Anguilla ports are still closed to all passenger vessels. Ferry flights in to pick up foreign nationals to return to home country are allowed. Allowed flights are considered on a case-by-case basis. Passenger Restrictions: Passenger travel of only Anguillan Nationals to travel to Anguilla is now allowed. Charter flights have been allowed on a case-by-case basis for the departure of visitor from the territory. Crew: Extended ground time and overnight stays are not permitted for crew. Expect quick turnarounds. Tech Stop Details: Tech stops are allowed with no disembarkation. The post Caribbean: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact on Business Aviation appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.
Mexico May 31, 2020 Restriction expiration: June 15, 2020 General Restrictions: No current restrictions or bans for Crew/Pax other than people who have tested positive for COVID-19. Flights are classified as essential and not essential: Not essential flights include: Vacations, tourism, etc. Essential flights include: Ambulances, repatriation flights, Tech stop (local AFAC Previous authorization is required). Special Considerations: For G/A Aircraft traveling to Mexico for vacations (non-essential) flights, here are some recommendations: There has been an extension of restrictions until 15 June. Awaiting Civil Aviation updates to be issued June 1. Most tourist businesses (i.e. hotels, rstaurants, beaches, parks, bars, etc.) The post Mexico: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact on Business Aviation appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.