Flying During the Pandemic: How Private Aviation Can Offer Seamless, Safe Travel
Updated: Jan 24, 2022
Of all the trials and challenges the COVID-19 Pandemic has greeted us with—from switching to remote work environments, staying safe, and being apart from loved ones—one of the greatest transitions we’ve been forced to make is how we think about travel.
At Abeona, we’ve made it our mission to simplify and streamline safe, private flights for those who simply need to be on the move.
With safety and social responsibility at the forefront, we’ve all been tasked with reevaluating the why and how of travel—especially air travel.
That being said, just because the logistics of air travel have become more complicated doesn’t mean that flying is any less necessary to travelers and passengers.
With a desire to continue our travel endeavors but a need to monitor safety (ours and others alike), flying might seem more complex than ever.
In this article, we’ll make sure to outline a few things you need to know about traveling during a pandemic along with guides on restrictions and helpful information from our industry-leading team that can help you change the way you travel (especially during a public health event) forever.
What You Need to Know About Private Flight Travel During the Pandemic
Primarily, the most important thing to know about flying (and travel in general) during the pandemic is that the regulations, rules, and procedures are always changing.
As the pandemic evolves, so do travel conditions and restrictions.
Because of this, there is no one-size-fits-all guide that always applies to air travel during the pandemic, but at Abeona, we’re committed to keeping you abreast and aware of every change as soon as they’re implemented.
Opting for private charters and empty leg flights during the pandemic can help you avoid some of the stress and safety concerns that go hand-in-hand with the coronavirus.
You don’t need to be anxious about crowds because you’ll be flying privately, and you don’t need to be concerned about the sanitization of a commercial airline because you won’t be flying commercial.
Additionally, you won’t need to worry about testing logistics because any private aviation company worth their salt will assist you with these regulations.
Private flight does indeed help you mitigate health risks, but that doesn’t mean that you’re not required to abide by federal regulations. Below are a few things you need to know about flying during the pandemic.
Current Travel Restrictions To/From United States and Canada
Travelers entering Canada—regardless of citizenship—must follow quarantine requirements to keep everyone safe.
Canadian citizens (including dual citizens), people registered under the Indian Act, permanent residents of Canada, or protected persons are allowed to enter Canada.
For up-to-date regulations, visit the travel restriction and exemption guide here.
Current Travel Restrictions To/From the EU & Beyond
Because each country in the EU is creating its own unique regulations, we highly recommend researching the individual rules and regulations that go hand-in-hand with the area or areas where you’re planning to travel.
Abeona is happy and ready to assist you in research and compliance for your travel plans, to the UK and beyond.
Travel to the Bahamas, Turks, Aruba, Florida, and other areas of the United States are also implementing their own regulations. Research about these regulations and mandatory tests will be required.
Fully vaccinated foreign nationals may be allowed to enter Canada for discretionary travel
It’s important to note that traveling to red list countries and territories within the EU is not advised.
Streamline Your Air Travel with Abeona & Private Charters
Still, even with these restrictions in mind, private air flight—especially with an industry-leading aviation company like Abeona—can help you streamline your traveling experiences despite the pandemic.
At Abeona, we pride ourselves on flawless compliance and passenger safety above all else. During the pandemic, we’ve balanced these priorities alongside convenience and luxury to ensure that air travel remains streamlined, safe, and simple.
When you fly with Abeona, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll receive seamless, COVID-19 safe services such as:
COVID-19 Tests are Seamless & Simple with Abeona
If and when COVID-19 tests are required, Abeona will work with you to ensure compliant tests are taken in a simple, safe way. Not only can we assist our clients in getting their tests done within the correct amount of time before and after flights, but we can also dispatch nurses to your home or office (within the tri-city area, Florida, and more) to ensure this is done correctly and safely.
Expert Guidance and Flight Advice From Our Professional Team
Our industry-leading team can offer so much more than just the best flights and most convenient luxury experiences, we can also promise up to date knowledge on the latest regulations, requirements, restrictions, and beyond. The Abeona team can keep you informed and in the know on all the necessary and supporting information needed to fly safely and compliantly.
Thorough and Compliant Cleaning & Sanitization Standards Met
As a boutique company working within the private aviation sector, we’re able to promise our clients thorough, compliant sanitization for every aircraft they board.
Private Charters Mitigate Excess Health Risks
Because private charters are not commercial planes, we’re able to assist our clients in mitigating the risk that comes with traveling in groups and crowded planes. Our customers can rest easy knowing their aircraft have been properly sanitized for their party.
Upcoming Travel on Your Horizon? Abeona is Your Go-To Resource
Do you have upcoming travel plans? Abeona can help you better prepare and abide by the regulations in your area and the areas you plan to travel. Not only can we advise you on the most current measures in place, but we can also assist you in selecting the perfect, private charter to fit your needs, your budget, and your plans.
Reach out to our industry-leading team via our contact page, email us at email@example.com or call us at 1-888-359-1384 with questions, regulation-related inquiries, and beyond.