The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) on Monday confirmed that approval has been given for Caribbean Airlines to operate a repatriation flight from Port of Spain, Trinidad to Guyana on September 9.
The proposed flight is one in a series that the local authority has approved to get stranded Guyanese back to their homeland.
Guyanese seeking to return home are encouraged to complete the online repatriation form in a timely manner.
In light of the closure of Guyana’s borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only a limited number of repatriation and special authorized flights are being allowed to get Guyanese home.
Process for repatriation to Guyana
- Step 1 – Complete the electronic Repatriation Form
- Step 2 – Do a molecular biological PCR test for COVID-19. Submit a scanned copy or a clear photograph of the PCR test results to: [email protected] The test result is valid for 14 days from time of collection to time of travel.
- Step 3 – Once green-listed, names will be submitted to the “airline” and a representative will reach out to you for scheduling and ticketing
- Step 4 – Upon arrival in Guyana, agree to the terms outlined by the Health Officials.