READ: DOTr Releases The Updated Protocols For International Flights

READ: DOTr Releases The Updated Protocols For International Flights

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For everyone’s information, please be guided of the updated protocols for international flights:

• The 72-hour window for international flights has been lifted. All persons, regardless of nationality, except for Filipino tourists, may now fly out of the country at any time.

• Inbound international passengers are allowed entry, subject to strict immigration and quarantine protocols.

• For passengers from Italy and Iran, it was agreed that the medical certificates of good health required should be validated by their respective embassies.

• Sweeper flights for foreign nationals to bring them to airports will be allowed to continue operations.

• Only one (1) person is allowed to bring a passenger to the airport and he/she must depart immediately after dropping off said person. The driver should carry with him/her a copy of the airline ticket of the passenger as proof of conveyance.

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