6 March 2021
International flights to and from the following countries are operating as from 4 March 2021:
- France (Air Mauritius)
- Dubai (Emirates)
Passengers are kindly requested to follow up with their respective airlines for flight information.
NO PASSENGERS WILL BE ALLOWED ENTRY OR TRANSIT IN THE REPUBLIC OF MAURITIUS FROM 7 MARCH 2021 TO 15 MARCH 2021.
Only departing passengers with a valid air ticket will be granted access to the International Departure Hall. Exception will be made for a person accompanying a passenger with reduced mobility or special assistance needs, or an unaccompanied minor (UM).
DOMESTIC FLIGHTS TO AND FROM RODRIGUES
NO PASSENGERS WILL BE ALLOWED ENTRY IN RODRIGUES FROM 7 MARCH 2021 TO 15 MARCH 2021.
Passengers are kindly requested to follow up with Air Mauritius for flight information.
Access to the Airport premises is limted to:
- A person accompanying a passenger with reduced mobility or special assistance needs, or an unaccompanied minor (UM)
- Operating staff
Passengers are kindly reminded that it is MANDATORY to wear a face mask and to respect social distancing at all times at the Airport. Body temperature check will be carried out for both departing and arriving passengers at SSR International Airport.
Passengers are informed that only a few of the Airport's services will be available, e.g. only one or two restaurants may be operational. Passengers are kindly requested to take necessary precautions.
Nonetheless, exceptional sanitary measures have been taken for passengers' safety. Read more...
to watch MBC 's Journal Televise of 8 October 2020 (between 6:40 to 14:30) for news on ACI AHA accreditation of SSR International Airport, the sanitary protocol in place at the Airport and signature of an MoA between ATOL and the Ministry of Health and Wellness following reopening of the Mauritian border.
It is essential that any person who has reason to suspect that he is a case or carrier of COVID-19, or had contact with a person who has contracted COVID-19, act in a responsible manner so as to not expose other persons to the risk of infection by the disease.
For information on precautionary measures while travelling to keep you and those around you safe, please visit the official World Health Organisation website.
You may also check out the Mauritius Ministry of Health website for further information.