Airlines to Resume Flights to Bonaire


Tourism Corporation Bonaire has announced with much enthusiasm that the island will welcome back North American travelers with direct flight service set to resume from AtlantaMiamiHouston and Newark in February. The island is also prepared to meet travelers’ viral testing needs required by the CDC with both convenient and private options for a seamless and safe visit to a destination abounding with untouched nature, a rich culture and endless adventure.

Delta Airlines will resume its weekly direct flights from Atlanta (ATL) beginning Saturday, February 6, 2021. On February 13, 2021, American Airlines’ Wednesday and Saturday routes from Miami (MIA) and United Airlines’ non-stop Saturday flights to/from Houston (IAH) and Newark (EWR) will begin scheduled service to Bonaire.

To avoid 10 days quarantine at own cost, travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to their arrival. Additionally, travelers must complete a health declaration form for the Public Health Department, 48 hours prior to departure from the US, which may be downloaded at  

To accommodate recent CDC developments requiring U.S. travelers abroad to show negative COVID-19 test results upon re-entry beginning January 26Bonaire has promptly announced a collaboration between Medical Laboratory Services and Health Center Bon Bida Bonaire, providing both on-site and on-location COVID-19 PCR testing needed for travel declaration. The price for the Antigen rapid test is $75 USD and the PCR test $150 USD, while private testing at hotel rooms, vacation homes, etc., incurs a $120.00 surcharge (per location fee, not per person). Results will be available within 24-36 hours and shared with the customer by e-mail by means of an official English travel document.

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