The American airline has restarted their flight service to the twin-island Federation of St Kitts and Nevis. The airline is operating daily nonstop flights between Miami and St Kitts.
The tourism officials of St Kitts and Nevis further informed that the airline would also commence its second daily flight service to the twin island from December 18, 2021. This service will complement weekly flight from New York-St Kitts, which will start by this month that is from November 20, 2021, along with the opening of a Saturday flight service from harlotte to St Kitts service starting December 18.
Following is the travel protocols if one wishes to travel – St Kitts and Nevis:
As per the COVID-19 travel protocols, the twin-island is only permitting fully vaccinated travellers to visit the Federation, with exception for the citizens, residents, and non-vaccinated children under 18 travelling with fully-vaccinated parents or guardians.
All travellers are needed to submit a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report from a – CLIA/CDC/UKAS approved lab certified with ISO/IEO 17025 standard, which must be taken 72 hours before their Travel, along with the required embarkation form(regardless of age) and all other supporting documentation.
The self-samples, rapid antigen tests, or home tests will be considered invalid by the twin-island authorities. While the fully vaccinated travellers would be needed to submit a copy of their official Vaccination Record card (Vaccination Certificate), which must include the dates when doses were administered.
One can visit – knatravelform.kn to access the form, upload their test results, and Vaccination Record card – (Vaccination Certificate) details as required.
All the international travellers must have hard copies of their – KNA travel form, negative RT-PCR test results, Vaccination Record card (Vaccination Certificate), and taxi fare as only Travel Approved taxis will be allowed to transport travellers to their accommodations.
Further the tourism ministry has requested the coming visitors to comply with the COVID-19 health protocols to ensure their safety.