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PREPARE FOR YOUR TRAVEL

Find out about Travel Requirements and prepare for your next trip.

Please make sure to read the section below for specific travel requirements that are in place for certain destinations. It is recommended that you regularly consult this page for latest updates.

 

Access our latest flights schedule

 

General Information

1. Check that you are not presenting flu-like symptoms (fever, cough and sneezing) prior to travel, in which case you will not be allowed to board the aircraft.

2. We recommend that you are acquainted with all requirements issued by the health authorities applicable to your destination. You may obtain more information from the respective embassies and consulates. Additional documents may be required for some destinations, please consult requirements by destination in the sections below.

3. You will be required to arrive at the SSR International airport at least three hours prior to departure. With all the precautionary measures now in place, the process will be longer, although we will strive to make it seamless for you. 

4. You will be required to wear your own mask at all times at the airport and onboard, as this is mandatory for travel. Please ensure that you carry a sufficient number of masks for the entire duration of your flight, from the time you reach the airport to the time you leave the airport at destination.  Typically, you should provide for one mask for every 4 hours. Read more on specific sanitary measures enforced by some countries in the sections below.

5. We encourage you to travel with a hand sanitiser in quantities of 100ml or less for use throughout your journey.

6. To help limit contact between carry-on baggage items, your Cabin Baggage should include only the necessary essential items such as personal laptops, handbag, briefcase, and baby items. 

7. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, live animals will NOT be accepted as checked luggage for travel into Mauritius. All live animals for travel into Mauritius must be shipped as CARGO, and you must hold an appropriate import permit from the local authorities. Live animals will not be accepted without prior reservation and the appropriate documentation.  For more information, please check our Travelling with Pets page.

 

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS BY COUNTRY OF DESTINATION

While we endeavour to provide you with the latest information about travel requirements, these may change at short notice. Please check the latest travel advisories of your destination and transit airports with the relevant authorities for your trip to and from your destination.

For further information about worldwide travel requirements, please check Traveldoc website.


Please read the relevant section if you are travelling to or transiting through these countries.

Latest Update 30 June 2022

 

As from 01 July 2022, regardless of vaccination status, travellers do not need to present a negative PCR test before flying to Mauritius. Travellers do not need to test on arrival or self-isolate.

For more information, please visit  www.mauritiusnow.com  

 

General notes

Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory visa and travel documents for your travel.

 

Travel Requirements

Passengers travelling to Mauritius will have to fulfil all travel exigencies before their flight.

All passengers travelling to Mauritius must possess the following documents:

  • A valid air ticket to Mauritius.  It is important that you provide your email address and mobile number for us to communicate with you.
  • Prior to travel, it is recommended for all travellers to fill out the digital ALL IN ONE FORM.  It will generate a PDF document with a QR Code, which must be presented to Health Officials on arrival at Mauritius Airport.


Any passenger known to be Covid-19 positive within 7 days of departure shall not be allowed to board the flight.

 

Please check whether you are required to meet other requirements as imposed by your country of departure for travelling to Mauritius.

  • All passengers arriving from France must meet the travel requirements that may be imposed by the French Government listed on the French Ministry of Interior website: https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/covid-19-international-travel#from4a. A check of the supporting documents, if required, will be made in France before departure. Please note that this does not apply to passengers in transit at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Transit through Mauritius

All passengers should comply with all travel requirements as imposed by the authorities of their final destination.

Transit through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Mauritius

If you are transiting through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, you must go to the boarding counter as soon as possible (opening 2 hours before flight departure) to check the health formalities to be able to board our flight. Passengers marked "Ready to Fly" on their boarding pass must also present themselves as soon as possible at the boarding counter.

 

At the airport of departure

  • With all the health safety and precautionary measures in place, the check-in and boarding processes are expected to take longer. Passengers are therefore advised to arrive at the airport at least three hours prior to their scheduled flight departure time.
  • It is mandatory for all passengers to wear only surgical or N95/FFP2 masks. Please ensure that you carry a sufficient number of masks for the entire duration of your flight, from the time you reach the airport of departure to the time you leave SSR international airport. Typically, you should provide for one mask for every 4 hours.
  • Passengers will also be subject to temperature checks at the airport.

 

Baggage

Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket.

  • Cabin baggage is limited to one piece weighing not more than 7 kg.
  • Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 kg will be accepted at check in.
  • Should you be a Kestrelflyer Gold or Silver cardholder, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20 kg on presentation of your membership card.

 

Hygiene protocol on board

Passengers are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board.

  • Used masks should not be left in seat pockets, on the seats or anywhere else in the cabin. Same should be disposed of in the lavatory waste bins only, or be kept in your bag.
  • To help limit contact between carry-on baggage items, your cabin baggage should include only the necessary essential items such as laptops, handbag, briefcase, and baby items.

Air Mauritius passengers departing from Mauritius benefit from discounted tariffs for Covid-19 tests as follows:

  • C-LAB - 15% discount on RT-PCR and antigen tests
  • NOVALAB - 15% discount on RT-PCR and antigen tests
  • City Clinic, Port Louis - 20% discount on RT-PCR and antigen tests
  • Clinique de Grand Baie, Grand Bay - 20% discount on RT-PCR and antigen tests
  • Abiolabs, Réduit - 10% discount on RT-PCR tests

Passengers must present their Air Mauritius ticket (starting with “239”) at any of the Covid-19 collection centres.

On appointment only

Visit CLABNOVALAB and Abiolabs websites to book an appointment.

 

Location

Tel No.

Opening hours

City Clinic – Port Louis

2061600 / 2061611 / 2061615

On appointment only

Mon to Fri – 09:00 to 16:00

Sat – 09:00 to 12:00

Sun / PH – 09:00 to 12:00

Clinique de Grand Baie

Grand Bay

2631212

On appointment only

Mon to Fri – 09:00 to 15:00

Sat – 09:00 to 12:00

Sun / PH – 09:00 to 12:00

Abiolabs - 6th floor Maeva Tower, Silicon Avenue, Ebène Business Park, Réduit 72201, Mauritius.

(+230) 4687322

Monday - Friday 07:00-17:30

Saturday - Emergency only

Sunday - closed


General notes

    • Please check in at SSR International airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure. Only passengers with a valid ticket will be allowed within Hall B of the departure area using door 14.
    • Unaccompanied minors (UM) and passengers with special needs can be accompanied inside the departure area.

    Travel exigencies and required documents

    Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory visa and travel documents for your travel.


    • All travellers above 5 years of age must provide proof of a negative PCR Covid-19 test carried out within 72 hours prior to embarkation.
    • All passengers will undergo a TDR test on arrival at the Antananarivo Ivato airport at the cost of EUR 15 or USD 20 or 65000 Ariary per passenger and is payable by the passenger at the airport. 
      • Passengers tested negative will be allowed to leave the airport and move freely in the country. 
      • Passengers tested positive will have to go on a quarantine of at least 7 days at one of the approved hotels/establishments by the Malagasy authorities until they test negative for Covid 19. The quarantine will be at the cost of the passenger. The cost of the designated transport to the hotel is also at the cost of the passenger.


    Sanitary measures

    • It is mandatory for all passengers to wear a surgical mask from the time they reach SSR International airport to the time they leave the airport at destination which includes boarding, the entire flight and deplaning.  
    • Typically, you should provide for one mask for every 4 hours.  Please ensure that you hold a sufficient number of masks for your trip, from the time you reach the airport to the time you leave the airport at destination.
    • Please note that passengers not complying with these sanitary measures imposed by the relevant authorities will be denied boarding.

    Sanitary hygiene on board

    • You are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board.
    • Used masks should not be left in seat pockets, on the seats and anywhere else in the cabin. Same should be disposed of in lavatory waste bins only or be kept in your bag.

    Baggage Allowance

    Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket.

    Should you be a Kestrelflyer Gold or Silver cardholder, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20kgs on presentation of your valid membership card. Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 Kgs will be accepted at check in.

    Arrival

    • All Passengers will be subjected to temperature control upon arrival in Madagascar.
    • Negative PCR test results must be submitted to the Health Officials upon arrival.

    Latest update: 16 February 2022

    Mauritius has moved to Green list countries.

     

    Update: 12 February 2022

    As from the 12th February 2022, new regulations are in place.

    Passengers with a complete vaccination schedule except for travellers from Reunion to France, no longer require a Covid-19 test before departure regardless of the country of origin, as was the case before the distribution of the Omicron variant. Please read more on vaccination in our sections below. Travellers from Reunion to France must present the negative result of an approved test less than 48 hours before embarkation.

    For unvaccinated travellers and those who do not meet the full vaccination schedule, the obligation to present a negative test to travel to France will remain.  If these travellers come from a country on the "Orange" list, they must continue to present a compelling reason justifying the need for them to come to mainland France and may still be subject to a random test on arrival. Travelers who are tested positive will have to self-isolate.

    For more information, please consult the Government website here

     

    Update: 2 February 2022

    The primary vaccination schedule will be valid for a maximum period of nine months. In order to continue to be considered as fully vaccinated or maintain a complete vaccination cycle after nine months, passengers aged eighteen or over must have received one additional dose of a Messenger RNA vaccine with marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency, no later than 9 months following the injection of the last required dose, regardless of the vaccine initially administered.  Please see the Vaccination section hereunder for more information.

     

    ELIGIBILITY FOR TRAVEL

    Effective from 9 June, the movement of travellers between France and foreign countries will resume under terms and conditions that will vary according to the health status of these countries and the vaccination status of travellers.

    Countries have been classified accordingly based on health indicators. The lists of countries may be updated as the epidemic situation evolves.

    Travel requirements have been relaxed for persons who have been fully vaccinated with a European Medical Agency approved vaccination. Please consult the Government website for more information.

     

    GENERAL NOTES

    Please check in at SSR International airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure. Only passengers with a valid ticket will be allowed within Hall B of the departure area using door 14.

    Unaccompanied minors (UM) and passengers with special needs can be accompanied inside the departure area.

    Travel documents

    1. Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory documents (visa, accommodation, etc.) for your travel.  Information on visa requirements is available on the France visa website.

    2. All passengers must complete the Passenger Locator Form. To facilitate this process, you can complete this document before your travel by filling in the necessary information directly on the online form, available on the European platform: https://app.euplf.eu. The form should be filled in as soon as the seat number is allocated, before the flight.

    3. Please respect the health requirements requested by the French authorities. Travel requirements will vary according to country your category and status of vaccination.  Please check the country category before travelling. 

    Note: Passengers aged 12 years old or older arriving from United Kingdom and who are not presenting a proof of a complete vaccination should register at https://passager.serveureos.org prior to boarding.

     

    Green List countries (including Mauritius) 

    Vaccinated passengers

    • Proof of complete vaccination status.

    Unvaccinated passengers

    • The certificate of a negative COVID 19 PCR carried out less than 72 hours before departure, or a negative antigen test carried out less than 48 hours before departure or a certificate of recovery dated less than six months before the date of travel.


      Note: 
      With regard to COVID-19 PCR and antigen tests:

    • The only valid antigenic tests which can be presented are those allowing the detection of the N protein of SARS-CoV-2.
    • For more information on accepted tests, please click here.. 
    • Minors aged 12 years and above are subject to the same rules as adults.  All unvaccinated minors (12 years or more), accompanying vaccinated adult passengers, must have negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test results, carried out as per country category.

      Exemptions: Children below 12 years old are not required to take the COVID‑19 PCR or antigen test.

     

    Vaccination

    Only vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) i.e. Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Moderna (Spikevax), AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covishield, Nuvaxovid (Novavax) and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) or those whose composition and manufacturing process are recognised as similar to the authorised vaccines by the National Agency for the safety of medicines and health products, i.e. AstraZeneca (Covishield), and R-Covi (R-Pharm Laboratory) will be accepted.  WHO-approved vaccines may also be accepted subject to a booster dose of a mRNA vaccine.  Please see acceptance criteria below:

    • At least 28 days have elapsed since the first dose of Janssen vaccine, or
    • At least 7 days have elapsed since the second doseof an approved vaccine other than Janssen or
    • For passengers with proof of previous infection with Covid-19, at least 7 days have elapsed since the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria or Covishield), Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), R-Covi (R-Pharm Laboratory), or Nuvaxovid (Novavax) or
    • WHO approved vaccines: 2 doses of a WHO-approved vaccine (e.g. Sinopharm or Sinovac-Coronavac or Covaxin-Bharat Biotech)) + 1 dose of a mRNA vaccine (e.g. Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty) or Moderna (Spikevax).  At least 7 days should have elapsed since the administration of the complementary mRNA dose. 
    • Requirements applicable to passengers presenting a proof of complete vaccination shall also apply to minors accompanying one or more adult passengers presenting such proof.

     

    Sanitary measures

    It is mandatory for all passengers over the age of 5 to wear surgical masks from the time they reach the SSR International Airport to the time they leave the airport at destination which includes boarding, the entire flight and deplaning. Please note that passengers not complying with these sanitary measures imposed by the relevant authorities will be denied boarding. You should wear a mask every 4 hours.

     

    Sanitary hygiene on board

    You are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board. Kindly dispose of used surgical masks in lavatory bins or keep them in your own bag. Used masks should not be left in seat pockets, on the seats and anywhere else in the cabin. Same should be disposed of in lavatory waste bins only or be kept in your bag.

     

    Baggage allowance

    Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket.
    Should you be a Kestrelflyer Gold or Silver cardholder, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20kgs on presentation of your valid membership card.
    Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 Kgs will be accepted at check in.

     

    Transit and connecting flights

    • Passengers in transit/transfer through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to travel to other destinations (excluding French territories) are not required to complete the sworn statement.  
    • Passengers in transit/transfer through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to travel to other destinations should comply with any requirements of COVID 19 tests imposed by the authorities of their final destination.
    • If you are in transit/transfer in Paris and travelling onward, please ensure that your luggage is checked-in to your final destination as you will not be able to exit the transit area. 

     

    Pets

    Pets (AVIH) are accepted at check in with all appropriate documents.

    Kindly contact our reservations department on reservations_mru@airmauritius.com or +230 2077575 for all required information. Note that AVIH will not be accepted without prior reservation and the appropriate documentation. 

    Travel exigencies

     

      Any passenger having been tested Covid-19 positive within 7 days of departure shall not be allowed to board the flight.


         It is mandatory for all passengers to wear a surgical mask at all times.

        Sanitary hygiene on board

        • You are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board. Kindly dispose of used surgical masks in the lavatory bin or keep them in your own bag.
        • We encourage you to travel with a hand sanitiser in quantities of 100ml or less for use throughout your journey.

         

        Latest update: 14 May 2022

        With effect from Monday 16 May 22, only unvaccinated travellers from green list countries must present a negative test at boarding (Antigenic test of less than 48 hours or a PCR test of less than 72 hours). Unvaccinated passengers no longer require a compelling reason to travel to Reunion. More information

        While we endeavour to provide you with the latest information on travel requirements, it is your responsibility to check these with the French embassy prior to travel.

        The primary vaccination schedule will be valid for a maximum period of nine months. In order to continue to be considered as fully vaccinated or maintain a complete vaccination cycle after nine months, passengers aged eighteen or over must have received one additional dose of a Messenger RNA vaccine with marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency, no later than 9 months following the injection of the last required dose, regardless of the vaccine initially administered.  Please see the Vaccination section hereunder for more information.

        For more information please visit  ARS Reunion website.

         

        Eligibility for travel

        As from 09 June 2021, travel requirements were relaxed for persons who have been fully vaccinated with a European Medical Agency (EMA) approved vaccination, or with vaccines whose composition and manufacturing process are recognised as similar to the authorised vaccines by the National Agency for the safety of medicines and health products. Countries have been classified accordingly, based on health indicators. The lists of countries may be updated as the epidemic situation evolves. 

         

        TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

        Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory visa and travel documents for your travel.  For more information on visa requirements and eligibility to travel, please consult the French Embassy.

        Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory visa and travel documents for your travel.  For more information on visa requirements and eligibility to travel, please consult the French Embassy.

        All passengers must complete the Passenger Locator Form. To facilitate this process, you can complete this document before your travel by filling in the necessary information directly on the online form, available on the European platform: https://app.euplf.eu. The form should be filled in as soon as the seat number is allocated, before the flight.

         

        Additional documents will be required by travellers as follows:

        Vaccinated travellers

        • Proof of complete vaccination status

            Unvaccinated travellers

              • All passengers aged 12 and above, RT-PCR test of less than 72 hours or antigen test of less than 48 hours before boarding.
              • Unvaccinated passengers between the ages of 12 and 17 traveling with passengers who have a complete vaccination schedule are not subject to these measures.

              Note: The only antigenic tests that can be validly presented are those allowing the detection of the N protein of SARS-CoV-2.

              For latest information to travel to Reunion island, please consult the following website:  https://www.lareunion.ars.sante.fr/voyageurs-les-demarches

              VACCINATION

              Only vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) i.e. Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Moderna (Spikevax), AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covishield, Nuvaxovid (Novavax) and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) or those whose composition and manufacturing process are recognised as similar to the authorised vaccines by the National Agency for the safety of medicines and health products, i.e. AstraZeneca (Covishield), and R-Covi (R-Pharm Laboratory) will be accepted.  WHO-approved vaccines may also be accepted subject to a booster dose of a mRNA vaccine.  Please see acceptance criteria below:

              • At least 28 days have elapsed since the first dose of Janssen vaccine, or
              • At least 7 days have elapsed since the second dose of dose of an approved vaccine other than Janssen, or
              • For passengers with proof of previous infection with Covid-19, at least 7 days have elapsed since the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria or Covishield), Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), R-Covi (R-Pharm Laboratory), or Nuvaxovid (Novavax)  or

              • Mixed vaccination: 2 doses of a WHO-approved vaccine (e.g. Sinopharm or Sinovac-Coronavac or Covaxin-Bharat Biotech) + 1 dose of a mRNA vaccine (e.g. Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty) or Moderna (Spikevax).  At least 7 days should have elapsed since the administration of the complementary mRNA dose. 

              Passengers aged 18 years or older who have received the full cycle of one the vaccines mentioned above must have received, in order to maintain a complete vaccination after 9 months, and regardless of the vaccine initially administered, one additional dose of a Messenger Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) vaccine which have received a marketing authorization by the European Medicines Agency.

              The provisions applicable to passengers presenting proof of a complete vaccination plan also apply to minors (aged 12 and over) accompanying an adult passenger or passengers with such proof.

              A certificate of recovery corresponds to the presentation of the result of a biological examination of virological screening carried out more than eleven days and less than six months before the flight, concluding a positive Covid-19 result.

              The primary vaccination schedule will be valid for a maximum period of nine months. In order to continue to be considered as fully vaccinated or maintain a complete vaccination cycle after nine months, passengers aged eighteen or over must have received one additional dose of a Messenger RNA vaccine with marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency, no later than 9 months following the injection of the last required dose, regardless of the vaccine initially administered.


              GENERAL NOTES

              Please check in at SSR International airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure. Only passengers with a valid ticket will be allowed within Hall B of the departure area using door 14. 

              Unaccompanied minors (UM) and passengers with special needs can be accompanied inside the departure area.

              Sanitary measures

              It is mandatory for all passengers over the age of 5 to wear only surgical masks from the time they reach SSR International airport to the time they leave the airport at destination which includes boarding, the entire flight and deplaning. Please note that passengers not complying with these sanitary measures imposed by the relevant authorities will be denied boarding. Typically, you should provide for one mask for every 4 hours.

               

              Sanitary hygiene on board

              You are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board. Used masks should not be left in seat pockets, on the seats and anywhere else in the cabin. Same should be disposed of in lavatory waste bins only or be kept in your bag.

               

              Baggage allowance

              Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket.

              Should you be a Kestrelflyer Gold or Silver cardholder, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20kgs on presentation of your valid membership card.

              Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 Kgs will be accepted at check in.

               

              Transit and connecting flights

              If you are in transit and travelling onward, please ensure that your luggage is checked-in to your final destination as you will not be able to exit the transit area. 

               

              Pets
              Pets (AVIH) are accepted at check in with all appropriate documents.

              Kindly contact our reservations department on reservations_mru@airmauritius.com or +230 2077575 for all required information.

               

              Eligibility for travel

              • Please find out about your eligibility to travel and visa requirements from the South African High Commission in your region.

              General notes

              • Please check-in at SSR International airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure. Only passengers with a valid ticket will be allowed within Hall B of the departure area using door 14.
              • Unaccompanied minors (UM) and passengers with special needs can be accompanied inside the departure area.

              Sanitary measures

              • It is mandatory for all passengers to wear a surgical mask from the time they reach SSR International airport to the time they leave the airport at destination which includes boarding, the entire flight and deplaning.  Typically, you should provide for one mask for every 4 hours.
              • Please note that passengers not complying with these sanitary measures imposed by the relevant authorities will be denied boarding.
              • Passengers will also be subject to temperature checks at the airport.
              Hygiene protocol on board
              • Passengers are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board.
              • Used masks should not be left in seat pockets, on the seats or anywhere else in the cabin. Same should be disposed of in the lavatory waste bins only, or be kept in your bag.
              • To help limit contact between carry-on baggage items, your cabin baggage should include only the necessary essential items such as laptops, handbag, briefcase, and baby items.

              Baggage 

              • Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket.
              • Cabin baggage is limited to one piece weighing not more than 7 kg.
              • Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 kg will be accepted at check in.
              • Should you be a Kestrelflyer Gold or Silver cardholder, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20 kg on presentation of your membership card.
               

               

              General notes

              Please check in at the airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure.

              Unaccompanied minors (UM) and passengers with special needs can be accompanied inside the departure area.

              Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory visa and travel documents for your travel. 

               

               

              Essential information to enter England from overseas

              Latest update: 18 March 2022

              If you will arrive in England from abroad after 4am, Friday 18 March, you do not need to:

              • take any COVID-19 tests – before you travel or after you arrive
              • fill in a UK passenger locator form before you travel

              This will apply whether you are vaccinated or not.

              You also will not need to quarantine when you arrive, in line with current rules.

              Other countries still have COVID-19 entry rules in place. You should check travel advice before you travel abroad from England.

              If you will arrive in England before 4am, 18 March, you must follow the current rules as set out in the travel to England guidance


              Note:

                • For more information on Approved COVID-19 vaccines and proof of vaccination, please click here
                • For more information on COVID-19 tests you need to take and the quarantine rules for travel to England, please check here.
                • For more information on NHS COVID Pass, please click here.
                • Passengers are encouraged to follow public health advice on what to do if they test positive for Covid and advice for close contacts. For more information, please click here.


                Sanitary measures

                It is mandatory for all passengers to wear a face mask. It should be worn from the time they reach SSR International airport to the time they leave the airport at destination which includes boarding, the entire flight and deplaning. Please note that passengers not complying with these sanitary measures imposed by the relevant authorities will be denied boarding.

                You are strongly recommended to consult the following link for more details  https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors#updates-to-the-travel-corridor-list

                 

                Sanitary hygiene on board

                You are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board. Kindly dispose of used surgical masks in lavatory bins or keep them in your own bag. 

                Used masks should not be left in seat pockets, on the seats and anywhere else in the cabin. Same should be disposed of in lavatory waste bins only or be kept in your bag.

                 

                Baggage allowance
                Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket.

                Should you be a Kestrelflyer Gold or Silver cardholder, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20kgs on presentation of your valid membership card.

                Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 Kgs will be accepted at check in.

                 

                 

                Transit and connecting Flights

                If you are in transit and travelling onward, please ensure that your luggage is checked-in to your final destination as you will not be able to exit the transit area.

                Eligibility for travel

                Please find out about your eligibility and visa requirements to travel from the High Commission of India at https://hcimauritius.gov.in or from IATA at https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/ .


                Travel requirements

                Kindly check that you have complied with all mandatory visa and travel documents for your travel, and the travel requirements at your final destination.

                 

                • The Indian Government requires that all travelers submit a Self-Declaration form on the online Air Suvidha portal https://www.newdelhiairport.in/airsuvidha/apho-registration  at least 72 hours before the scheduled travel, giving last 14 days travel details. A printed copy must be kept with the traveller at all times, to be  presented to the Check-in Officer at SSR International Airport and to the airport health staff upon arrival.  Please ensure that your mobile number is correct on the form.
                • Vaccinated passengers are required to upload the certificate of completing full primary vaccination schedule of COVID-19 vaccination on the portal. Please click here to find the list of countries where primary vaccination schedule completion certificate is allowed to be uploaded.

                and

                Unvaccinated passengers are required to upload a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report on the portal. This test should have been conducted within 72 hrs prior to undertaking the journey. The negative PCR test report must be presented at Check-in. 

                • Each passenger shall also submit a declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and will be liable for criminal prosecution, if found otherwise.

                • You are required to download the application Aarogya Setu on your personal device. For more information kindly consult the following link https://aarogyasetu.gov.in/
                • If you are travelling beyond Mumbai, please consult the specific advisories by state government and union territories at https://www.newdelhiairport.in/covid19
                • Passengers travelling to India via Dubai are subjected to additional requirements.

                  More information may be obtained from the Indian High Commission and at https://www.newdelhiairport.in/covid19.
                 

                On arrival in India, passengers need to abide by the following measures:

                • Random Covid-19 testing at the airport on arrival.
                • All passengers have to self-monitor their health for next 14 days of arrival. If passengers under self-health monitoring, develop signs and symptoms of COVID-19, they will have to self-isolate and report to the nearest health facility or call National helpline number (1075) / State Helpline Numbe

                Note:

                • Children under 5 years of age are exempted from both pre- and post-arrival testing. However, if found symptomatic for COVID-19 on arrival or during the period of self-monitoring, they shall undergo testing and treated as per protocol.

                 

                At SSR International Airport/Departure

                Please check in at SSR International airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure. Only passengers with a valid ticket will be allowed within Hall B of the departure area using door 14.

                Unaccompanied minors (UM) and passengers with special needs can be accompanied inside the departure area.

                It is mandatory for all passengers wear a surgical mask from the time they reach SSR International airport to the time they leave the airport at destination which includes boarding, during the entire flight and at deplaning. Please note that passengers not complying with these sanitary measures imposed by the relevant authorities will be denied boarding. Two surgical masks and one face shield will be handed over to you at check-in.

                Information on your baggage allowance is included on your ticket. Cabin baggage is limited to one piece weighing not more than 7 kg. Note that no single baggage weighing more than 32 Kg will be accepted at check in.

                Should you be a Gold or Silver Kestrelflyer, you are eligible for one additional piece of 20 kg on presentation of your valid membership card.


                Sanitary measures on board

                You are requested to adhere to strict sanitary hygiene on board. It is mandatory for all passengers to wear a surgical mask at all times. In case, any passenger refuses to wear mask during the flight, such passenger may be treated as Unruly Passenger as defined in the Civil Aviation Requirements. Kindly dispose of used surgical masks in lavatory bins or keep them in your own bag.

                Hand sanitizers are available on board upon request.