Magellan Jets COVID-19 Updates And Procedures

Magellan Jets COVID-19 Updates And Procedures

Can I Still Fly to the Bahamas flights

As more and more countries reopen to travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Robb Report takes a look at how private jets are helping guests navigate this new normal. Specifically, the piece examines many of the international destinations that are allowing visitors via business aviation. Additionally, Robb Report highlights Magellan Jets and its work arranging flights to the Bahamas.

Bahamas Flights: Robb Report Showcases Magellan Jets Services

Overall, the Robb Report article breaks down how private aviation is helping individuals and businesses navigate international travel restrictions. Since many countries now allow visitors who travel aboard private jets, business aviation is helping people safely rediscover the world during this time of uncertainty.

As an example, the publication revealed how Magellan Jets has aided guests in arranging flights to the Bahamas, which recently reopened to travel. It also outlines visitor requirements regarding testing before travel.

“We’re flying a fair amount to the Bahamas,” a representative for Magellan Jets told Robb Report. “The Bahamian Government is requiring a negative Covid test and a special Bahamian travel visa to enter right now. You cannot receive a travel visa without proof of a negative Covid form.”

Click the link below to read the full Robb Report piece.

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