Get the latest travel and health requirements per destination.


Many of our international destinations have implemented new restrictions and entry requirements as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. You may prepare for your trip by reviewing the tabs here.

last updated: January 13, 2022


Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

  As of April 1st all passengers entering or exiting Dominican territory must complete the electronic format of the Immigration & Customs form.  The form may be accessed at the following link:  https://eticket.migracion.gob.do/
  It has been established that the presentation of a COVID-19 Vaccination Card or document issued by the country where the vaccination has taken place will be recognized for entry to the Dominican Republic.


For passengers from the Kingdom of Spain, Australia, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Monaco, Ireland, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Senegal, Syria, Sweden, Thailand, South Africa, India, Brazil and Tunisia who arrive in the Dominican Republic from a third country or who have been in the aforementioned countries in the last 14 days, the presentation of a negative result of a PCR or Antigen test is required, taken no more than 72 hours before your arrival is required.
  The presentation of a negative PCR or Antigen test result does not apply to children under the age of 7.


For passengers arriving in the Dominican Republic from a country not indicated, the random tests for rapid detection of COVID-19 are maintained. Passengers who present a Vaccination Card with no less than 3 weeks after the last dose has been placed will be exempt from said test.


  Those who are not selected in these random tests must pass in front of thermal cameras in which their body temperature will be measured. 



  We operate regular flights to Aruba every Wednesday and Sunday from La Isabela International Airport.
The Government of Aruba has announced that as of March 19, 2022, it will eliminate all COVID-19 entry requirements to Aruba (with the exception of COVID-19 insurance).
  Passengers are not required to show proof of COVID-19 or proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to enter Aruba.
All passengers must fill out an entry and disembarkation card located at www.edcardaruba.aw at least 48 hours before their trip. This card must include your negative PCR test result as well as the purchase of mandatory medical insurance for all non-resident tourists.
Passengers must fill out an entry and disembarkation card located at www.edcardaruba.aw at least 48 hours before their trip. The purchase of mandatory medical insurance is maintained for all non-resident tourists.
For more information on Aruba health measures and entry requirements, you can visit www.aruba.com.



  Haiti will now require a negative PCR covid-19 test performed 72 hours before arrival for all passengers as of February 9th, 2021.
A partir du 9 Février 2021, tout passager á destination d’Haiti doit présenter a l’embarquement un test Rdt Ag ou rt PCR négatif á la COVID-19 datant de moins de 72 heures avant le voyage. Sont exempts les anciens patients COVID-19 rétablis moyennant la confirmation documentaire (le test positif et évaluation du médecin traitant).
  People who have suffered from covid-19 and have overcome the disease will be able to present a PCR test from the time they were infected and a medical report to verify that they have recovered from the coronavirus.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico


  Passengers must complete a Travel Declaration Form through the online portal of the Puerto Rico Department of Health.
  They must also obtain a COVID-19 molecular test (nasal or pharyngeal swab) no more than 72 hours prior to visiting the Island and show proof of a negative result, or they must quarantine upon arrival.


  Currently we do not have flights to this destination. Would you like to fly with us to La Isla del Encanto? Request the resumption of this route here or by writing to our social networks.




  The testing requirement for entry into the US has been lifted. A COVID-19 test is no longer required for passengers entering the US​.
All foreign citizens must be fully vaccinated to enter.






We are operating regular flights to Havana on Tuesdays and Thursdays departing from La Isabela Airport (JBQ) and on Sundays departing from Las Americas Airport (SDQ). Santiago de Cuba flights are available every Friday departing from La Isabela International Airport (JBQ).


A platform called D’Viajeros has been designed that facilitates filling in the travel forms required upon entry to Cuba. To guarantee a more agile and personalized service at the border, passengers must fill out online their general data, migratory, health and customs information a maximum of 48 hours before their arrival in Cuba. The aforementioned platform has been operating on an optional basis, but soon its use will be mandatory. It can be found by visiting the link https://www.dviajeros.mitrans.gob.cu/inicio 


As of April 6th 2022, the presentation of a negative test result for COVID-19 (antigen or PCR-RT) carried out in the country of origin, as well as the anti-COVID-19 vaccination certificate, is eliminated as a requirement to enter the country.


Covid-19 tests will be issued randomly to travelers at the points of entry into the country. In the case of a positive result, procedure will be followed according to the protocols approved in the country for the clinical-epidemiological control of COVID-19.


  All measures implemented at the points of entry into the country that guarantee social distancing and disinfection of hands and surfaces are maintained.


The mandatory use of masks is maintained in all airport facilities.



  We resume our regular route to Willemstad, Curaçao every Wednesday and Sunday
Non-resident tourist passengers must submit the Public Health Passenger Locator Card and the Immigration ED Embarkation-Disembarkation Card must be completed and submitted online through the portal https://dicardcuracao.com/portal no earlier than 48 hours from the departure of the flight. The passenger must also present a printed copy of the public health form and ED card, as received by mail from the aforementioned portal, at Immigration upon arrival in Curaçao.
All non-resident passengers of Curaçao must have valid medical insurance to cover any eventual costs related to COVID-19.
  People transiting to Curaçao with less than 24 hours between the connecting flight are exempt from the health insurance and PLC card requirement.

St. Maarten

St Maarten

We offer flights to Princess Juliana International Airport every Monday and Friday.
All passengers with a complete vaccination schedule must complete the Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) application and obtain authorization using this online form. Without this health authorization, the immigration authorities will deny entry to the country. The vaccination completion date must be presented, as well as valid proof of vaccination. .
  Travelers who have recovered from a Covid-19 infection within 9 months prior to flight departure must carry acceptable proof of recovery. Also, everyone who is not fully vaccinated and those with a previous Covid-19 infection of more than 9 months must have a negative Covid-19 test according to the type of test required. For more information you can visit the page stmaartenhas.com/travel-requirements/.
  The Sint Maarten government has implemented mandatory Covid-19 insurance for all travelers to Sint Maarten with certain exceptions.

   Useful information for when your plans change   review our cancellation and change policies here.

At Air Century, what is essential is your peace of mind.


We are taking all the necessary precuations in order for you to fly protected, such as complying with measures such as social distancing, facial coverage in public areas and other specific company mandates which include reduced capacities and high standards of cleanliness and industry approved disinfection techniques in accordance with local and international guidelines. We have KN95 masks available for sale before check-in to all our passengers.