Air: The terms of travel with the Metropolis change from this Monday, October 4!


The conditions for traveling between the Metropolis and Saint-Martin change from this Monday, October 4: people with a complete vaccination schedule no longer need a test in one direction or the other.

On the other hand, unvaccinated people must carry out before departure (in Paris or Saint-Martin) a PCR test of less than 72 hours or an antigen of less than 48 hours. On their arrival (in Metropolitan France or in Saint-Martin), they must also undertake to carry out a seven-day isolation and carry out a test at the end of this period.

Those who need to travel to and from Juliana Airport must also comply with the measures imposed by the Dutch government.

France is still considered a country at risk (orange list), vaccinated residents must present a PCR test of less than 72 hours or an antigen test of less than 48 hours to enter Juliana, the unvaccinated must have done a test PCR of less than 72 hours (clearly vaccinated people can travel only in possession of an antigen test, not the unvaccinated, pff!)

As for non-residents, whether or not they are vaccinated, they must perform a PCR test of less than 72 hours. The tests are required for people from 10 years old.

Finally, all travelers arriving in Juliana must also complete the online form available on the site: ; this certificate is requested by the airlines when boarding in Paris.


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