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Advice For All Inbound, Outbound Passengers On Repatriation Flights

The RFMF will arrange transport to pick the guests ending their quarantine period from their hotels and will transport them to the lockdown point at the borders.
20 Apr 2021 23:24
Advice For All Inbound, Outbound Passengers On Repatriation Flights
One of the Police checkpoints at the containment area. Photo: Fiji Police Force

 The Ministry of Health and Medical Services advises the travelling public of travelling arrangements for all inbound and outbound passengers arriving and departing on repatriation flights.

This follows the announcement of the lockdown of the greater Nadi and Lautoka area due to the high risk of the transmission of the COVID 19 virus.

These arrangements are being made for the safety of all members of the travelling public and all residents of Fiji.

Outboard Passengers on Repatriation Flights

Arrangements have been made for all outbound passengers travelling on repatriation flights for transfers from the main checkpoints on either side (Nadi and Lautoka) of the border to Nadi International Airport. All outbound passengers must have COVID 19 swab results (e-copy is accepted) with them.

Outbound passengers are advised to obtain a pass from the nearest Police Station, if they need to travel during curfew hours, by providing their travel Itinerary and swabbing receipt from the Ministry of Health and Medical Services.

All passengers will be advised to present themselves at the lockdown checkpoint 4 hours prior to flight departure. The Republic of Fiji Military Forces will make arrangements for the transfer of outbound passengers from the lockdown checkpoint to the Nadi International Airport.

 

Scheduled flights on Thursday 22 April 2021:

Flight No. STD TIME @ CHECKPOINT
NZ953 1430HRS 1030HRS
FJ1411 1620HRS 1220HRS
FJ1810 2200HRS 1800HRS

 

Inbound Passengers On Repatriation Flights 

 All transfers for inbound passengers from the Nadi International Airport to their quarantine facility will still be provided by the approved quarantine transfer.

 

 Inbound Passengers ending or nearing end of quarantine period at the quarantine centres

 All inbound passengers who have completed their 14 days quarantine and tested negative on the second test will be transferred from the quarantine facility to the lockdown checkpoint by the Republic of the Fiji Military Forces.

The RFMF will arrange transport to pick the guests ending their quarantine period from their hotels and will transport them to the lockdown point at the borders.

Each quarantine passenger must make their own arrangement for a family member or contact to pick them up at the border of the lockdown point.

Quarantine passengers are asked to check with their hotel front desk in relation to pick up times at the end of their quarantine period

 

 



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