Entry to US - COVID-19

 Updated 

Entry requirements have changed for passengers travelling to the US and it is now possible to enter without Covid testing prior to travel, with the exception if you originate from the People´s Republic of China.


From January 5, 2023, all air passengers two years and older originating in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) will be required to complete a COVID-19 test (such as a PCR test or an antigen self-test administered and monitored by a telehealth service or a licensed provider and authorized by the Food and Drug Administration or the relevant national authority) no more than two (2) days before departure from the PRC, Hong Kong, or Macau, and show a negative test result to the airline upon departure. The requirement applies also to persons traveling from the PRC via third country transit and to passengers connecting through the United States onward to further destinations.


Proof of being fully vaccinated is required for entry into the US.


You must also fill out a COVID-19 attestation form stating your vaccination status or reason for exemption. The form can be found on this link. Please print out and fill out at home for a smoother and less stressing journey.


You need to complete one separate attestation form per individual, for all passengers above the age of 2 years of age. We will collect the form at the airport. Passengers unable to provide this form will be denied boarding.


Upon entry to New York-JFK please wear face mask due to local regulations.


For more information about the current situation check out this link.