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Business Aviation Insider Poll: When Do You Expect to Resume a Full International Flying Schedule?

Operations, particularly international operations, were drastically cut back in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as a vaccine becomes more widespread, and more countries start reopening, operators are increasingly looking to resume global travel.

Quick Poll Results

When do you expect to resume a full international flying schedule?
  • Summer 202129.69%
  • Fall 202126.56%
  • End of 2021 or later43.75%

November 18, 2021

EASA Environmental Registration Deadline Fast Approaching

By Dec. 31, operators of certain aircraft much register for EASA's new portal. It applies to Part 91 and 135 operators, even though Part 135 operators already provide environmental information through the third-country operator portal.
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October 25, 2021

Biden Administration Announces Revised COVID-19 Requirements for Entry Into U.S. by Air

Starting Nov. 8, non-citizen, non-immigrant air travelers to the U.S. will be required to be fully vaccinated, and to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status prior to boarding an airplane, with only limited exceptions.
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August 12, 2021

Reminder: Int’l Passengers Must be Screened for COVID-19 Prior to Returning to U.S.

NBAA reminds all business aircraft operators traveling internationally that their passengers must be tested for COVID-19 prior to returning to the U.S., in line with a January 2021 order from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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August 12, 2021

Operators Warned About African Swine Fever

Operators flying out of the Dominican Republic and Haiti are prohibited from transporting unprocessed pork products and pork byproducts into the U.S., because of wild-type African Swine Fever collected from hogs in the region, according to the TSA.
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