50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

St-Barthélemy is once again open to non-essential travel and tourism

Download: Printable PDF Date: 13 Jun 2020 12:28 categories:
Publisher:
St-Barthélemy is once again open to non-essential travel and tourism - Airports / Routes publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Aircraft: Airplanes

I guess you will agree if I say we all dream of real escape holiday, far far away, to a paradise island, in order to get out all the corona stress... Amazing news...Saint Barts is waiting for you! Pay attention to details in order to follow every recommendation!

Whether you are visiting an island friend or local resident, returning to spend time in your vacation home, or coming back to spend some vacation time on the island, Saint Barts is pleased to welcome you back.

Life on the island has returned to normal. lsland beaches are open without restriction, restaurants and boutiques are operating as usual, houses of worship are open and holding services, and nautical activities as well as the other services to which you are accustomed are being provided as usual.

To keep you and islanders safe, please note the new safety measures now in application.

To enjoy your stay in Saint-Barthélemy, you will be asked to provide a Covid-negative RT-PCR test performed within 3 days prior your departure.

lf it is impossible for you to get tested prior to your departure and provide such documentation, you will be required to be tested for Covid 19 within 24 hours of your arrival. Until your test results are known you will be required to observe strict quarantine in your villa or hotel room during which time interaction is limited to only those traveling in your party. Test results will take less than 24 hours to be released.

lf you are staying on the island for a period that exceeds 7 days, a second RT-PCR test will be required on Day 7 following your arrival. Children below age 10 are not subjected to testing.

We look forward to seeing you!



Loading comments for St-Barthélemy is once again open to non-essential travel and tourism...


Recommended

Despite pandemic complications, on track for first flight - Dassault Falcon 6X

Dassault Aviation is making steady progress toward an early 2021 planned first flight for its latest and roomiest aircraft, the Falcon 6X, despite the upheaval caused by the coronavirus epidemic. &nbs...

Ansat simulator certified according to international standards

Kazan Helicopters of the Russian Helicopters has received positive qualification of Ansat helicopter training simulator's compatibility to international standards. The eva...

Jet Linx purchases Meridian Aircraft Management and Air Charter

Jet Linx continued its strategic expansion in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut tri-state region by acquiring Meridian Aircraft Management and Air Charter business. Meridian is a full...

Riga Airport joined EASA COVID-19 prevention charter

Riga Airport has joined the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Charter to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, demonstrating that the company is ready to work according to the highest aviati...