The Ministry of Health and Social Services is notifying travellers from Montserrat to Antigua, of the need to have a negative COVID-19 test prior to travelling.
A pre-travel registration process and other protocols have been implemented by the Ministry of Health and Social Services and the Access Division, for persons traveling to Montserrat.
UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch Releases Report About Incident At John A Osborne Airport On 23 September 2019
The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has released the report into the incident involving a Britten Norman Islander aircraft (Registration VP-MNI) which took place at John A Osborne Airport, Montserrat, on 23 September 2019.
Six (6) students pursuing studies in Jamaica are expected to return home this evening on the Jaden Sun Ferry at Little Bay Montserrat.
FlyMontserrat is pleased to announce that its scheduled passenger services will return on the 8th May. The Airline is now taking bookings for its scheduled service from 8th May, when several of the major carriers who fly to Antigua are offering flights.
LIAT wishes to advise that due to updated impact of COVID 19 as well as the border closures and travel restrictions across the LIAT network, that the airline will suspend ALL passenger services from 4th April for a period of 14 days in the first instance. The suspension will be reviewed after the first fourteen days.
The Trade and Quality Infrastructure Division, in the Office of the Premier is asking importers to submit applications for import licences to Adena Johnson at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Copies of licences will also be issued electronically. For further enquiries, please call 1 (664) 392-2300. The PDF Application Form is available on the Government of Montserrat website, click on publications, Office of
The Access Division, Office of the Premier is reminding persons traveling from Montserrat to ensure they have a confirmed booking with an international carrier (airline) before you depart Montserrat to avoid delays in Antigua. You are also encouraged to increase your awareness of travel restrictions of the country or countries you are attempting to travel to. Additionally, please be reminded that only
The Government of Montserrat has announced several new measures aimed at curtailing the spread of the Corona Virus, COVID–19 on the island. In response to the confirmation of Montserrat’s second COVID-19 case, Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon. Joseph E Farrell announced several additional measures, in a press conference today (March 25), which were agreed to in an emergency Cabinet meeting