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Venezuela travel restrictions

COVID-19 Vacc. -14.07%
Open for citizens: yes Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: no Quarantine: partial
Airlines Updates
Published on 15.03.2021
Latest News: Colombia reopens border with Venezuela after 14 months (Reuters, 02.06.2021).
Source:
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 18.06.2021
Conviasa’s Interesting A340 Flight From Venezuela To Qatar
Source: https://simpleflying.com/conviasa-a340-qatar-flight/
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112
Published on 07.05.2021
Conviasa to increase Caracas-Quito frequency from MAY21.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-to-increase-caracas-quito-frequency-from-may-2021-1066573
Published on 04.05.2021
Conviasa commences Caracas-Moscow Service.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/conviasa-commences-caracas-moscow-service-1066112

Published on 21.11.2020
Maduro announces flights to La Paz, Teheran, Istanbul and Moscow

Published on 09.08.2020
Conviasa will resume flights from Caracas to Moscow

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Venezuela
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers entering or transiting through Venezuela must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 1 year.

Passengers must obtain an airport entry authorization before disembarking.

Special requirements for all international flights
Flights to Venezuela are suspended.
– This does not apply to flights from Bolivia, Dominican Rep., Mexico, Panama or Turkey.
– This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

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Flight Restrictions

published 13.08.2020

Flights to Venezuela are suspended until 12 September 2020.
– This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to testing.

All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.

Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a further COVID-19 PCR test at port of entry, to be administered by a service provider designated by local health authorities – this PCR test costs USD $60 (United States dollars) and is payable in cash only. If you test positive for COVID-19, you must follow instructions from the local health authorities in respect to quarantine and sanitary assistance.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-07-12
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 4000000
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 213114
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 14.07
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 7495

Yellow fever (2018)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from Brazil and for travellers having transited for more than 12 hours through an airport in
Brazil.
WHO vaccination recommendation: yes

Recommended for all travellers aged 9 months or over, except as mentioned below.
Generally not recommended for travellers whose itineraries are limited to the following areas: the entire states
of Aragua, Carabobo, Miranda, Vargas and Yaracuy, and the Distrito Federal.
Not recommended for travellers whose itineraries are limited to the following areas: all areas above 2300 m
in the states of Merida, Trujillo and Tachira; the states of Falcon and Lara; Margarita Island; the capital city
of Caracas; and the city of Valencia.

Malaria (2018)
Malaria risk due to P. vivax (74.6%) and P. falciparum (25.4%) is high throughout the year in some areas of
Amazonas, Bolívar, Delta Amacuro and Sucre states. There is moderate risk in Zulia State. There is low risk
in Anzoátegui and Monagas states. Risk of P. falciparum malaria is mostly restricted to municipalities in areas
of Amazonas (Alto Orinoco, Atabapo, Atures, Autana and Manapiare), Bolívar (Angostura, Cedeño, El
Callao, Gran Sabana, Heres, Piar, Rocio and Sifontes), Delta Amacuro, and Sucre (Benítez, Bermúdez, Cajigal
and Arismendi) states.
WHO recommended prevention in risk areas: B in P. vivax risk areas; C in P. falciparum risk areas

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Full Restrictions

  • Venezuela Latest News: Venezuela’s civil aviation authority reopens flights to Dominican Republic and Panama (Reuters, 18.01.2021). Venezuelan president cancels flights to, from Dominican Republic (NTN24, 02.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. On 11 November 2020, local authorities announced that all international regular commercial flight operations are prohibited until 11 February 2021, with the exception of operations to/from: Bolivia, Mexico and Turkey. Frequencies to these destinations are limited and under constant review due to COVID-19. Websites contain very limited information. You should contact and remain in touch with your tour operator or preferred local travel agent for further details on upcoming schedules, availability of seats, and associated costs.
    *Entry to Venezuela: All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a COVID-19 test at port of entry to be administerd by local health authorities. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory. All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please confirm any specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    19.12.2021
  • Venezuela 1. Until 18 July 2021, flights to Venezuela are suspended. – This does not apply to: – flights from Bolivia, Dominican Rep., Mexico, Panama, Russian Fed. or Turkey; – humanitarian,
    medevac and repatriation flights.

    2. Passengers entering or transiting through Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival. – This does not apply to passengers
    younger than 1 year.

    3. Passengers must register online before departure at http://pasedesalud.casalab.com.ve/. This will generate a QR code which must be presented upon arrival.

    4. Passengers must obtain an airport entry authorization before disembarking.

    5. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival.

    6. Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next flight.

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    22.06.2021
  • Venezuela Latest News: Venezuelan president cancels flights to, from Dominican Republic (NTN24, 02.12.2020). Venezuela aviation authorities announce resumption of flights to Bolivia and Russia (eTurbo News, 23.11.2020). Venezuelan authorities to resume international flights to Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico and Turkey (AP, 02.11.2020). Government to allow flights from Mexico, Dominican Republic and Turkey in December (NTN24,15.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. On 11 November 2020, local authorities announced that all international regular commercial flight operations are prohibited until 11 February 2021, with the exception of operations to/from: Bolivia, Mexico and Turkey. Frequencies to these destinations are limited and under constant review due to COVID-19. Websites contain very limited information. You should contact and remain in touch with your tour operator or preferred local travel agent for further details on upcoming schedules, availability of seats, and associated costs.
    *Entry to Venezuela: All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a COVID-19 test at port of entry to be administerd by local health authorities. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory. All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Limited regular domestic commercial flight operations resumed on 30 November 2020. Please contact your local travel agent or tour operator for further information on schedules, destinations and availability of seats.
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please confirm any specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    14.12.2020
  • Venezuela Latest News: Venezuela aviation authorities announce resumption of flights to Bolivia and Russia (eTurbo News, 23.11.2020). Venezuelan authorities to resume international flights to Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico and Turkey (AP, 02.11.2020). Government to allow flights from Mexico, Dominican Republic and Turkey in December (NTN24,15.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. On 11 November 2020, local authorities announced that all international regular commercial flight operations are prohibited until 11 February 2021, with the exception of operations to/from: Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico, Panama, Russia and Turkey. Frequencies to these destinations are limited and under constant review due to COVID-19. Websites contain very limited information. You should contact and remain in touch with your tour operator or preferred local travel agent for further details on upcoming schedules, availability of seats, and associated costs.
    *Entry to Venezuela: All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a COVID-19 test at port of entry to be administerd by local health authorities. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory. All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Limited regular domestic commercial flight operations resumed on 30 November 2020. Please contact your local travel agent or tour operator for further information on schedules, destinations and availability of seats.
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please confirm any specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

    Read more
    02.12.2020
  • Venezuela Latest News: Venezuela aviation authorities announce resumption of flights to Bolivia and Russia (eTurbo News, 23.11.2020). Venezuelan authorities to resume international flights to Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico and Turkey (AP, 02.11.2020). Government to allow flights from Mexico, Dominican Republic and Turkey in December (NTN24,15.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. On 11 November 2020, local authorities announced that all international regular commercial flight operations are prohibited until 11 February 2021, with the exception of operations to/from: the Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico, Panama and Turkey. Frequencies to these destinations are limited and under constant review due to COVID-19.
    *Entry to Venezuela: All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a COVID-19 test at port of entry to be administerd by local health authorities. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory. All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Regular domestic commercial flight operations remain prohibited until further notice.
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please confirm any specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    24.11.2020
  • Venezuela Latest News: Venezuelan authorities to resume international flights to Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico and Turkey (AP, 02.11.2020). Government to allow flights from Mexico, Dominican Republic and Turkey in December (NTN24,15.10.2020). Aviation authority extends ban on passenger flights until 12 November (Sputnik, 13.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. On 11 November 2020, local authorities announced that all international regular commercial flight operations are prohibited until 11 February 2021, with the exception of operations to/from: the Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico, Panama and Turkey. Frequencies to these destinations are limited and under constant review due to COVID-19.
    *Entry to Venezuela: Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents.
    All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a COVID-19 test at port of entry to be administerd by local health authorities. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Regular domestic commercial flight operations remain prohibited until further notice.
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please confirm any specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    12.11.2020
  • Venezuela Latest News: Venezuelan authorities to resume international flights to Dominican Republic, Iran, Mexico and Turkey (AP, 02.11.2020). Government to allow flights from Mexico, Dominican Republic and Turkey in December (NTN24,15.10.2020). Aviation authority extends ban on passenger flights until 12 November (Sputnik, 13.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Venezuela: Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents.
    All travellers entering Venezuela must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of boarding their incoming flight. All individuals will be subjected to a COVID-19 test at port of entry to be administerd by local health authorities. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: All travellers entering Venezuela must be COVID-19 tested at port of entry. If you test positive for COVID-19, quarantine at a state-designated facility is compulsory.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Domestic and international regular commercial flights are, in principle and subjected to further local authorities’ announcements, meant to progressively re-start from 13 November 2020 onwards.
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities.
    Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    09.11.2020
  • Venezuela Latest News: Aviation authority extends ban on passenger flights until 12 November (Sputnik, 13.10.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Domestic and international regular commercial flights are, in principle and subjected to further local authorities’ announcements, meant to progressively re-start from 13 November 2020 onwards. Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. A limited number of special (charter) flights operated by local airlines, through Mexico and Dominican Republic amongst other destinations in the Americas, have been progressively scheduled since the beginning of September 2020. These operations are limited and under constant review due to COVID-19. Websites contain very limited information.
    *Entry to Venezuela: Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents.
    All visas and accreditations issued on or before 13 March 2020, including entry stamps for tourists/visitors, will automatically extend until the national emergency decree in place related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is officially lifted.
    *Quarantine requirements: COVID-19 testing and quarantine on designated state-run health facilities is compulsory for travellers entering Venezuela.
    *Testing on departure: Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.
    In order to travel across states from certain regions of the country, such as leaving Margarita Island in Nueva Esparta state for example, authorities might request individuals to be COVID-19 tested before they are allowed to depart.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Domestic and international regular commercial flights are, in principle and subjected to further local authorities’ announcements, meant to progressively re-start from 13 November 2020 onwards.
    *Travel in Venezuela: Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities.
    Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities.
    *Accommodation: Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance.
    *Public places and services: Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    13.10.2020
  • Venezuela Domestic and international regular commercial flights are meant to progressively re-start from 13 October 2020 onwards. (Gov.uk, 13.09.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. Domestic and international regular commercial flights are meant to progressively re-start from 13 October 2020 onwards. Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents. COVID-19 testing and quarantine on designated state-run health facilities is compulsory for travellers entering Venezuela. Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance. Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    13.09.2020
  • Venezuela Domestic and international regular commercial flights are meant to progressively re-start from 13 September 2020 onwards. (Gov.uk, 13.08.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. Domestic and international regular commercial flights are meant to progressively re-start from 13 August 2020 onwards. Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents. COVID-19 testing and quarantine on designated state-run health facilities is compulsory for travellers entering Venezuela. Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance. Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    13.08.2020
  • Venezuela Ban on commercial flights extended until 12 August (Finanzas Digital, 13.07.2020)

    *****international restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Venezuela remain very limited. Domestic and international regular commercial flights are meant to progressively re-start from 13 August 2020 onwards. Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents. COVID-19 testing and quarantine on designated state-run health facilities is compulsory for travellers entering Venezuela. Passengers departing Venezuela might undergo a medical assessment at their departure point, including answering questions on possible symptoms and having their temperature checked. Individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to depart.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Certain municipalities might be under stricter lockdown than others depending on the number of COVID-19 infections reported. Stay informed through local media reports and follow the advice of local authorities. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance. Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    14.07.2020
  • Venezuela Ban on commercial flights extended until 12 August (Finanzas Digital, 13.07.2020)

    *****international restrictions:
    Finanzas Digital reported that Venezuela’s National Institute of Civil Aviation (INAC) has extended a ban on commercial flights until 12 August because of the COVID-19 pandemicEntry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents. All travellers suspected of being infected with COVID-19 are subject to 30-day quarantine.Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance.
    Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    13.07.2020
  • Venezuela Domestic and international regular commercial flights will re-start from 13 July 2020 onwards. (Gov.UK, 10.07.2020). Authorities extend COVID-19 lockdown until mid-July (Fox13 News, 12.06.2020)

    *****international restrictions:
    Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents. All travellers suspected of being infected with COVID-19 are subject to 30-day quarantine.
    Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Authorities have announced social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks in place. Inter-state travel requires a special permit or “salvoconducto” to be issued by the respective regional REDI or ZODI authorities. Passengers located in the Caracas (Distrito Capital) area with confirmed travel itineraries are allowed to reach the airport in Maiquetia (La Guaira) without any special permit. Movement to the airport via land from other states require a “salvoconducto” in advance of travel. There are no domestic flights to Maiquetia operating until further notice. The use of face covering is mandatory at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Private accommodation rental remains possible, although with reduced availability. Some hotels may require guests to be COVID-19 tested before allowing them to check-in into their premises, please consult on specific requirements in advance.
    Social/community-wide quarantine and bans on inter-state travel with roadblocks are in place since 16 March. Local authorities have recently moved on to an alternating lockdown/flexible scheme where during a “flexible week” certain specific economic sectors are allowed to operate limited hours; on a “lockdown week” only essential businesses and medical services remain operational. Schools and universities remain closed until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside. Only one member per family is allowed to go outside of their home to access supermarkets/pharmacies. The supply of fuel is severely limited.

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    10.07.2020
  • Venezuela Flights to Venezuela are suspended.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian flights.

    international restrictions:
    All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 June.
    Entry restrictions imposed on travellers from any European country, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Panama. All travellers suspected of being infected with COVID-19 are subject to 30-day quarantine.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights have been suspended.
    The nationwide lockdown in place extended until 12 June; enforced by security forces.
    Military checkpoints have been reported at entrances to the capital Caracas.
    Statewide curfews are in place in Lara from 14.00 to 07.00 (all times local), Nueva Esparta from 16.00 to 10.00 and Vargas state from 14.00 to 07.00.
    New curfews imposed in several border towns (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

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    01.06.2020
  • Venezuela Flights to Venezuela are suspended. – This does not apply to humanitarian flights. international restrictions: All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 June. Entry restrictions imposed on travellers from any European country, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Panama. All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 May. All travellers suspected of being infected with COVID-19 are subject to 30-day quarantine.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights have been suspended. The nationwide lockdown in place extended until 12 June; enforced by security forces. Military checkpoints have been reported at entrances to the capital Caracas. Statewide curfews are in place in Lara from 14.00 to 07.00 (all times local), Nueva Esparta from 16.00 to 10.00 and Vargas state from 14.00 to 07.00. New curfews imposed in several border towns (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

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    27.05.2020
  • Venezuela Flights to Venezuela are suspended. – This does not apply to humanitarian flights.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Entry restrictions imposed on travellers from any European country, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Panama. All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 May. All travellers suspected of being infected with COVID-19 are subject to 30-day quarantine.

    Outbound restrictions:

    All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 May.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights have been suspended. A nationwide lockdown is in place until 13 May; enforced by security forces. Extension of the nationwide quarantine until 9 July. Military checkpoints have been reported at entrances to the capital Caracas. Statewide curfews are in place in Lara from 14.00 to 07.00 (all times local), Nueva Esparta from 16.00 to 10.00 and Vargas state from 14.00 to 07.00.

    Source: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm https://pandemic.internationalsos.com/2019-ncov/ncov-travel-restrictions-flight-operations-and-screening

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    12.05.2020
  • Venezuela

    Inbound restrictions:

    All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 May.
    Entry restrictions imposed to travellers from any European country, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Panama.
    Authorities have instituted a 30-day suspension of all flights from Colombia, Europe, Iran, Japan, Panama and South Korea, starting 12 March. All suspected cases are subject to 30-day quarantine.

    Internal restrictions:

    Domestic flights have been suspended.
    A nationwide lockdown is in place until 13 May; enforced by security forces.
    Military checkpoints have been reported at entrances to the capital Caracas.
    Statewide curfews are in place in Lara from 14.00 to 07.00 (all times local), Nueva Esparta from 16.00 to 10.00 and Vargas state from 14.00 to 07.00.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    Venezuelan Government/
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