In the context of restrictions made to control and prevent further spread of coronavirus around the globe, private aviation operators undertake maximal safety measures and show proactiveness by sanitizing the aircraft after each flight.
- not having tested positive with the Coronavirus;
- not having been identified as a potential carrier of the COVID-19 virus or similar communicable illness (“Coronavirus”);
- not having experienced any symptoms commonly associated with this disease, including elevated temperature;
- not having been in any location positively designated as hazardous and/or potentially infected with the Coronavirus by a recognized health or regulatory authority;
- not having been in direct contact with or the immediate vicinity of any person the passenger knew and/or now knows to be carrying the
Questions concerning the locations visited by the passenger/-s, in the preceding 14 or even 30 days, are also included. Even modes of transportation used might be requested.
All the countries and regions known as epicentres of COVID-19 spread can be separately specified in the questions:
- China (Wuhan City, Hubei Province and other areas), Iran, Republic of Korea (Daegu, Cheongdo, Gyeongsan and other areas);
- Italy (Lombardy Region with the cities of Milan, Bergamo and Como; Emilia Romagna region with the provinces of Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia and Rimini; Marche region with the cities of Pesaro and Urbino; Piemonte region with the cities of Alessandria, Asti, Novara, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and Vercell; Veneto region with the cities of Padova, Treviso and Venice; other regions);
- Myanmar, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Japan.
Operators might also request a notification of any change in status, including diagnosis with Coronavirus and/or quarantine, upon the flight.
Highest level of disinfecting is undertaken, with much extra time to clean the aircraft out after each flight.
Crews in their turn pass maximal health controls and make strict health declarations.