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Travellers to Jamaica must declare online

Local News 04 Sep, 2023 Follow News

Travellers to Jamaica must declare online

The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has issued an advisory to Cayman Airways that it will be mandatory for all passengers travelling to Jamaica, including Jamaican nationals, to utilise the Online Passenger Declaration Form instead of the paper-based C5 Passenger Declaration Form. This comes into effect 1st September, 2023.

Passengers affected will be those traveling on Cayman Airways’ daily flights between Grand Cayman and the Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) in Kingston, and seasonal flights between Grand Cayman and Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay.

With airlines no longer being allowed to distribute the paper forms aboard Jamaica flights, passengers are strongly encouraged to complete this mandatory requirement online prior to arriving at any of Jamaica’s international airports. The online form can be completed up to 30 days prior to arrival.

The notification explained that the new requirement will aide in facilitating efficient processing of passengers at Jamaica’s international airports.

The Online Passenger Declaration Form can be accessed via this link: https://enterjamaica.com/   

This requirement follows a similar move by the Cuban authorities, which instated an online declaration and health form in January 2022, and which must be completed 48 hours prior to travel. Visit  https://www.dviajeros.mitrans.gob.cu/datosPersonale  for the form.


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