KLM continues its services on Bonaire

22 January 2021 by Sunwise Bonaire - Reading time: < 1 minute

KLM will continue to fly to Bonaire, Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten as scheduled. This is what regional manager for the Dutch airline, Mr. Cees Ursem, told the public body of Bonaire.

Antigen test requirement adjusted

KLM will continue to fly to Bonaire, Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten as scheduled. This is what regional manager for the Dutch airline, Mr. Cees Ursem, told the public body of Bonaire. Earlier this week the airline had announced to stop the intercontinental flights. According to the airline, it was impossible in practice for the flight personnel to meet the new travel requirement of an antigen test.

The Netherlands announced this week that travelers from high-risk countries who want to come to the country must take an antigen test in addition to the PCR test. Bonaire is a low-risk country for the Netherlands. Travelers going to the Netherlands from Bonaire will not have to take a PCR test and an antigen test.

The official announcement by OLB Bonaire, can be read here.

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