Information regarding travel due to COVID-19
All passengers arriving to Guayaquil on international flights must have a negative COVID-19 test result, taken no more than 10 days before their flight and it's valid even if they leave and return in that period. (Source - Spanish). Regarding domestic flights, starting on September 13th passengers will need to fill an additional form provided by the Municipality of Guayaquil, which will be given to all passengers by their airline, but can also be downloaded from this link.
|All passengers, both nationals or foreigners, must have the following to enter the Galápagos Islands:||• ID document or passport
• Two-way ticket to the islands
• Negative RT-PCR test taken no more than 96 hours before entering the islands.
• Traveler's health form (download - Spanish).
• Permit given by the tourism operator o host in the islands. All tourism services must be hired with establishments with an upstading tourism registry and all biosecurity protocols must be observed.
• Transit Control Card given by the Galápagos Special Regime, offices located in the terminal.
• Mandatory health insurance (only for foreign passengers).
|Entering Ecuador||• Fill out traveler's health form
• Special migratory form.
|RT-PCR test||With RT-PCR test:||Negative result, no more than 10 days befor trip, plus no symptoms: No restrictions, can enter and move freely, following all other rulings set by health authorities.|
|Without RT-PCR test:||Immediate APO (10 days quarantine) in a place of the passenger's choosing. Passenger will be given the option to have a test performed (cost covered by user). Negative results will end the APO, while positive results will mandate the passenger to remain in APO to receive medical care. Passenger can refuse to have the test taken, in which case they'll need to complete the 10 day APO.|
International departures have no additonal requierements. However we advise checking if the country you're traveling to has any additional documentation.
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Airports Council International has awarded the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) to the José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport of the city of Guayaquil, part of the CAAP Airports Group (Corporación América Airports)
ACI’s programme recognizes the commitment to health and welfare of passengers, airport staff and the public, regarding the new health measures and procedures introduced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Topics covered by the accreditation include cleaning and disinfection, physical distancing (where feasible and practical), staff protection, physical layout, passenger communications and passenger facilities.
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