Air transport circular AT 14/2021 issue 26, issued on 14th Mar 2022: Precautionary Measures against Novel Cornavirus (Covid-19)
Download the Air transport circular AT 14/2021 issue 26, issued on 14th Mar 2022
As part of the planned activities outlined by the Government of the Maldives to ease the travel restrictions, all international airports in the Maldives were opened for international travel from 15th July 2020 with precautionary measures against the spread of COVID- 19, which are being reviewed from time to time.
The purpose of this Circular is to advise the airlines, aircraft operators and the relevant airport authorities on the latest health measures taken by the Government of the Maldives relating to the entry of passengers and crew.
- Please take note of the following changes in effect with this circular,
Ref: 3.1.1 - It is no longer mandatory for passengers to wear masks inflight or upon arrival.
Ref: 3.2.3 - COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate and/or Pre-arrival PCR test is not required for passengers arriving in Maldives.
Ref: 3.2.6 - Travel related quarantine is no longer required for arriving passengers.
- The Circular will come to effect from 14th March 2022 and will supersede Air Transport Circular AT 14/2020 - Issue 25 (04th March 2022).
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