Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the government of Suriname has implemented new entry requirement for passengers.
Update: April 22, 2022
Effective date: April 13, 2022

Entry requirements: PASSENGERS FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID-19

1.Valid Travel documents (including VISA for visa-obliging persons)
Note: The W confirmation numbers is not accepted as an approved Visa.

2. Proof of fully Vaccination for COVID-19.

Fully vaccinated passengers need to provide a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing the person is fully vaccinated at least 2 (two) weeks before arrival in Suriname or a COVID-19 recovery certificate not older than 6 (six) months. Children under the age of 18 years are exempted from the vaccination requirement.

Fully vaccinated also includes persons who after being tested positive for COVID-19, from 14 days to 06 months (before departure to Suriname) with a COVID-19 recovery certificate showing the relevant test results (SARS-CoV-2-RT-PCR and CT value).

Very important Vaccine Exemptions: The following Vaccines *Soberana 1, *Soberana 2, *Soberana plus, *Abdala or *Spoetnic V are accepted under the condition that travelers also

  • have to present a negative SARSCoV-2– RT PCR test result no older than 48 hours upon departure to Suriname
  • must take 3 days after arrival in Suriname a SARS-CoV Antigen. The test condition is regardless the incidence rate of the departing country.

Read more about the rules which apply when a person is considered fully vaccinated on the published document BIBIS – COVID-19 MEASURES for passengers travelling to Suriname as per April 13, 2022

3. Proof of vaccination for YELLOW FEVER

Passengers who are arriving within 6 (six) days after leaving from or transiting countries with risk of yellow fever transmission need to present a YELLOW FEVER Certificate. The Yellow Fever certificate must be issued at least 10 (ten) days before arrival in Suriname. Surinamese Residents and diplomats accredited in Suriname are exempted.

For the WHO-list of transiting countries please read here.

Entry requirements:
EXCEPTION FOR PASSENGERS NOT FULLY OR NOT VACCINATED FOR COVID-19

1. Valid Travel documents (including VISA for visa-obliging persons)

Note: The W confirmation numbers is not accepted as an approved Visa.

2. A negative SARSCoV-2-PCR test result.

  • Not fully vaccinated or not vaccinated passengers need to present a negative SARSCoV-2– RT PCR test result no older than 48 hours OR a negative SARSCoV-2– RT Antigen test result not older than 24 hours , issued by an accredited medical test entity, prior to departure to Suriname.

Please note: No GGD-test for the passengers from the Netherlands, No QUICK TEST results or ANTI BODY test results.

Children under the age of 12 years are exempted from the requirement to present a negative SARS-CoV-2 PCR or a negative SARS-CoV-2 antigen test result.

3. Proof of vaccination for YELLOW FEVER

Passengers who are arriving within 6 (six) days after leaving from or transiting countries with risk of yellow fever transmission need to present a YELLOW FEVER Certificate. The Yellow Fever certificate must be issued at least 10 (ten) days before arrival in Suriname.
For the WHO-list of transiting countries please read here. Surinamese Residents and diplomats accredited in Suriname are exempted.

For more information about the adjusted travel requirements due to COVID-19, please visit the following Government website (only available in dutch ):
*BOG SURINAME
*BIBIS – Covid-19 measures for passengers travelling to the Republic of Suriname as per April 13, 2022

If you are not complying with the above entry requirements, you will not be accepted on the flight to Suriname.

Disclaimer:

Due to the rapid changes in entry and eligibility requirements per country, Surinam Airways urgently recommends passengers travelling to other destination, to check the entry and eligibility requirements at the official websites of the country before making any travel arrangements. Surinam Airways is not responsible and not liable for changes in country’s entry and eligibility requirements or if information is misinterpreted by a passenger and as result was refused entry to that country.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic governments have implemented new entry requirement for passengers.
Country: The Netherlands
Update: March 25, 2022
Effective from: March 23, 2022

Entry requirements: RETURNING RESIDENTS OF THE NETHERLANDS AND EU NATIONALS

1. Valid Travel documents
2. Proof of Vaccination

Travelers who are fully vaccinated 14 (fourteen) days prior to their travel date can enter the Netherlands, unless they are traveling from a country that has been designated as a safe country. They need to present their proof of vaccination when requested.

**As per February 05, 2022 passengers with a Digital COVID-19 Certificate (DCC) or a hard copy who’s primary vaccination series is older than 270 days, will no longer be accepted for travel to The Netherlands.
Passengers can extend the validity through proof of a booster vaccination, or a proof of recovery. Proof of vaccination is valid immediately after receiving a booster dose. Read more about the proof of vaccination

You are a returning EU-citizen and are traveling with a proof of recovery?

Then your proof of recovery must have been issued by an EU member state. Your positive PCR/NAAT test must not have been taken less than 11 days ago or more than 180 days ago.

You are fully vaccinated:

  • 14 days after receiving your second dose of a two-dose vaccine approved by the EMA or that falls under the WHO Emergency Listing; or
  • 28 days after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine; or
  • 14 days after receiving 1 dose of any of these vaccines after a coronavirus infection more than 6 months ago.
  •  after receiving booster dose

3 A completed print out of the Health Screening Form (only when aged 12 or above) Download here OR A completed print out of the Health Declaration Form Download here . All passengers need to complete this form.

You are advised to do a self-test immediately after arrival in the Netherlands and again on day 5.

Entry requirements: for RESIDENTS OF SURINAME

SURINAME is not on the list of safe countries and therefore the EU entry ban for travelers from non-EU countries applies.
There are exemptions to the entry ban, and for passengers who are exempted the following requirements apply:

1. Valid Travel documents (including VISA for visa-obliging persons)

2. Proof of Vaccination

Travelers who are fully vaccinated 14 (fourteen) days prior to their travel date can enter the Netherlands.
They need to present their proof of vaccination, a valid, paper vaccination certificate, when requested.
**As per February 05, 2022 passengers with a Digital COVID-19 Certificate (DCC) or a hard copy who’s primary vaccination series is older than 270 days, will no longer be accepted for travel to The Netherlands.
Passengers can extend the validity through proof of a booster vaccination, or a proof of recovery. Proof of vaccination is valid immediately after receiving a booster dose. Read more about the proof of vaccination

You are a NON EU-citizen and are traveling with a proof of recovery? Then your proof of recovery must have been issued by an EU member state. Your positive PCR/NAAT test must not have been taken less than 11 days ago or more than 180 days ago.

You are fully vaccinated:

  • 14 days after receiving your second dose of a two-dose vaccine approved by the EMA or that falls under the WHO Emergency Listing; or
  • 28 days after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine; or
  • 14 days after after receiving 1 dose of any of these vaccines after a coronavirus infection more than 6 months ago.
  • after receiving booster dose

3. A completed print out of the Health Screening Form (only when aged 12 or above) Download here OR A completed print out of the Health Declaration Form Download here . All passengers need to complete this form.
You are advised to do a self-test immediately after arrival in the Netherlands and again on day 5.

4. A completed print out of the COVID-19 Recovery Declaration form Download here

Travelers aged 18 or over from non-Schengen countries must complete the COVID-19 Recovery Declaration form and carry it with them on their journey.

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If you are not complying with the above entry requirements, you will not be accepted on the flight to Amsterdam – The Netherlands.

Disclaimer:

Due to the rapid changes in entry and eligibility requirements per country, Surinam Airways urgently recommends passengers travelling to other destination, to check the entry and eligibility requirements at the official websites of the country before making any travel arrangements. Surinam Airways is not responsible and not liable for changes in country entry and eligibility requirements or if information is misinterpreted by a passenger and as result was refused entry to that country.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic governments have implemented new entry requirement for passengers.
Country: United States of America – Miami, Florida
Update: June 13, 2022
Effective date : June 12, 2022

Entry requirements:
1. Valid Travel Documents
2.Proof of fully Vaccination for COVID-19.

Effective November 08, 2021 all passengers must be fully vaccinated (minimal 14 days) against COVID 19 before arrival to the USA. Passengers are required to present their proof of vaccination when requested. Read More

3. A completed ATTESTATION form
Each passenger, except minors below the age of 2 (two) years, need to complete the online ATTESTATION form which you can Download here

For more information and updates please visit the following websites:

Please note:

Passengers who are traveling onward to another US-state need to visit the website of the US-State they are traveling to for the updates on the entry requirements applicable to that state.

If you are not complying with the above entry requirements, you will not be accepted on the flight to Miami – Florida – USA.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic governments have implemented new entry requirement for passengers.
Country: Curacao
Update: June 02cnd, 2022
Effective date June 05, 2022

Entry requirements:

1. Valid Travel Documents.
2. Print Copy or Digital image of the online completed Immigration ED card

The Immigration ED card must be completed prior to the departure of the flight to Curacao.
To complete the Immigration ED card click on the LINK here.
A print copy or digital image of the online completed Immigration ED card should be available for the Immigration upon arrival in Curacao.

Exempted from completing the Immigration ED card are

  • Residents of Curacao,
  • Transit/ Transfer Passengers who depart within 24 hours of arrival.

For more detailed information please visit the pages below:

 
If you are not complying with the above entry requirements, you will not be accepted on the flight to Willemstad – Curacao.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic governments have implemented new entry requirement for passengers.
Country: Guyana
Update: February 25, 2022

Entry requirements:
1. Valid Travel Documents
2. Proof of fully Vaccination for COVID-19.

All persons traveling to Guyana, 12 years and over must be fully vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, before arrival to Guyana. Passengers are required to present their vaccination card bearing their names, name of vaccine, date vaccine was given and batch number from an accredited health facility.

Vaccination exemptions shall be applicable for the following reasons:

  • Passengers who are advised against being vaccinated for medical reasons must present a “Letter of Exemption” from a licensed medical practitioner.
  • Passengers who are participants of an on-going scientific study and are required to remain unvaccinated for the duration of their participation in the study must present a “Letter of Exemption” from the Institution that is conducting the study indicating same.

3. Present a negative molecular biological PCR or ANTIGEN test result for COVID-19.
Prior to departure to Guyana fully vaccinated passengers need to present

  • A negative SARS-CoV-2 Antigen test result not older than 72 hours OR
  • A negative SARS-CoV-2 PCR test result not older than 72 hours OR
  • A negative SARS-COV-2 Rapid PCR test result not older than 72 hours

The following test results will not be accepted for travel to Guyana :

  • Antibody test
  • Rapid test using Saliva Sample
  • Home test Kits

Children under 2 years old traveling with parents or other authorized adults are exempted to be tested.

4. Present a completed Passenger Locator Form
All passengers are required to have a completed form. To download the form please click here
For more detailed information please visit the page

If you are complying with the above entry requirements, you will not be accepted on the flight to Georgetown – Guyana.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic governments have implemented new entry requirement for passengers.
Country: Aruba
Update: March 27, 2022

Entry requirements:
1. Valid Travel Documents
2. A printout or digital image of the “QUALIFIED TO BOARD” Embarkation-Disembarkation card.
The ED-card should be completed within 7 (seven) days prior to departure to Aruba. To complete the online ED-card click on the link ED-card.

Passengers who are transit and have connecting flights out of Aruba do not need to complete the online ED-form. They do need to present proof that they are allowed to travel to their final destination. See NOTE : Connecting Passengers

3. Proof of Medical Insurance coverage for COVID-19 from ARUBA. The insurance is sold only via and during the completion of the ED-card .

Note:
Connecting Passengers need to visit the website of the country they are traveling to for the updates on the entry requirements:

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  • If you are traveling to the Dominican Republic READ MORE

For more detailed information please visit the pages below

If you not are complying with the above entry requirements, you will not be accepted on the flight to Oranjestad – Aruba.