Airspace Bonaire (partially) reopened!
Governor Rijna announced today, among other things, that the airspace of Bonaire will be (partly) reopened!
Emergency measures further reduced
Governor Rijna of Bonaire announced today that the emergency measures that were previously implemented to curtail the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic will be phased out.
For example, the airspace of Bonaire will be reopened to passenger air traffic, which means that tourists can come to our island again! Tourists from the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and France will be able to come over and enjoy a holiday on our island again, with a maximum of 1000 tourists per week!
One condition for entering Bonaire is that a negative Covid test, no older than 72 hours before departure, can be submitted, but any form of quarantine won’t be required anymore!
Hopefully the United States will follow later!
Unfortunately, Bonaire remains closed for now for the airline hubs in North America, because RIVM (the Dutch equivalent of the American CDC) still sees in particular the USA as a high-risk country. So we will have to wait a little longer before we can greet our valued, loyal guests from America here again 🙁
Keep an eye on the updates about this and other things, on our blog!