Despite Both airports on lock down and cases spiking in both countries, Guyanese will now have a chance to return home on September 9th.
The relevant authorities at the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) confirmed that approval has been given for Caribbean Airlines to operate a repatriation flight from Port of Spain, Trinidad to Guyana.
The proposed flight is one in a series that the local authority has approved in the CARICOM Block to get the Guyanese Back home. Guyanese seeking to return home are encouraged to complete the online repatriation form in a timely manner.
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@example.com 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.