Covid-19 Travel Resources

The following information is intended to help Silver passengers as they prepare to travel.
Silver makes an effort to update the resources as often as possible, but this information is supplemental to the requirements put out by each destination's authorized government health officials. 

U.S Entry Requirements

As of June 12, 2022, travelers will no longer be required to provide a Covid-19 Test prior to entering the United States. 

Is the proof of vaccination requirement for noncitizen nonimmigrants still in effect?

CDC’s Amended Order: Implementing Presidential Proclamation on Safe Resumption of Global Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic requiring proof of COVID-19 for noncitizens who are nonimmigrants is still in effect. For information about this Amended Order and the associated attestation see the webpage.

Domestic Travel

There are currently no travel restrictions when traveling domestic with Silver, but CDC recommends the following, "Delay travel until you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated and must travel, follow CDC’s recommendations for unvaccinated people."
The most up to date CDC recommendations for domestic travel can be found here.

Effective April 18, 2022:

Masks are no longer required on Silver Airways on domestic flights, select international flights (dependent upon the arrival country’s mask requirements) or at U.S. airports.

While this means that our employees are no longer required to wear a mask – and no longer have to enforce a mask requirement for most of the flying public – they will be able to wear masks if they choose to do so, as the CDC continues to strongly recommend wearing a mask on public transit. 

 

Caribbean Travel

Silver reminds all passengers that the information below is supplemental and passengers should check the intended destinations' official government health officials for the most up-to-date information.

 

Destination

 Travel Requirements and Resources

Anguilla
 More information can be found here.
 Bahamas

 

Effective September 20, 2022,  the requirement for unvaccinated persons to have a negative Covid-19 test result to enter The Bahamas has been eliminated.

Regardless of vaccination status, all citizens and visitors can enter The Bahamas without a Covid-19 Test Result.


 British Virgin Islands
Starting October 1, 2021, Fully vaccinated travelers do not have to apply to enter on the BVI Gateway Portal. A Covid-19 test is still required before arriving. More information can be foundhere.
 Dominican Republic
Most travelers do not need to present a negative Covid-19 Test. For more information on the randomized testing program upon arrival and other travel requirements visit Go Dominican Republic.
Dominica
Vaccinated travelers must present proof of vaccination to airlines or other travel carrier prior to boarding and upon disembarkation in Dominica. All unvaccinated travelers shall: Take a PCR test within 72 hours prior to arrival OR a Rapid Antigen Test within 48 hours prior to expected arrival time into Dominica. For more information visit Dominica's travel website here.
 St. Kitts
 
Currently, only fully vaccinated travelers will be allowed entry into St. Kitts. Find more information on testing requirements and Exemptions for citizens, residents, and travelers under 18 who are non-vaccinated here.
 St. Maarten
 A Mandatory Health Authorization Form is needed for every visitor. More information can be found here.
 Puerto Rico
As of March 10th, travelers arriving on domestic flights are not required to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test prior to arrival to the Island.

Travelers arriving on international flights:

  • Due to CDC guidelines, all travelers arriving on international flights must present a negative COVID-19 test (either antigen or PCR) taken within one day prior to departure along with proof of vaccination
  • Non-U.S. citizens or long-term residents will need to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before traveling by air to the United States from a foreign country.
Additional information can be found here
U.S Virgin Islands
 

Effective March 7, 2022, for domestic travelers, if fully vaccinated, no test is required. You will need to provide proof of valid vaccination status. All vaccinated US residents can submit their vaccine cards to the portal for approval.  If partially vaccinated (less than the required full dosages) or unvaccinated:  Domestic travelers must submit a negative result from an antigen or nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) (e.g., RT- PCR) COVID-19 test taken within 5 days of travel.

International Travelers (including travel from the BVI): All International travelers over 18 years of age, must be fully vaccinated and submit a negative antigen (antigen) or NAAT (e.g., RT- PCR) COVID-19 test result.

All domestic travelers ages 5+ and all international travelers ages 2+ in your travel party who enter the U.S. Virgin Islands by air or sea are required to use the USVI Travel Screening Portal and get cleared to travel to the USVI.

More information can be found here.


 

 

Effective April 18, 2022:

Masks are no longer required on Silver Airways on domestic flights, select international flights (dependent upon the arrival country’s mask requirements) or at U.S. airports.

While this means that our employees are no longer required to wear a mask – and no longer have to enforce a mask requirement for most of the flying public – they will be able to wear masks if they choose to do so, as the CDC continues to strongly recommend wearing a mask on public transit. 

TSA statement from April 18, 2022 regarding mask mandate.

Additional information regarding COVID-19 and Travel:
General Information About COVID-19 ↗
Returning From International Travel ↗

IF YOU ARE SICK: We want to provide the healthiest experience possible for all our passengers. If you are ill, please stay home. Considering the rapid spread seen with the Coronavirus, there’s an increased risk that you would compromise the health of individuals around you. Check the latest information at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) page for Travelers .

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