New travel requirements for entry to the United States
The U.S. government has issued new entry requirements for all passengers travelling to the United States, effective 8 November 2021, and Delta is looking forward to welcoming your customers back on board.
The new regulations lift entry restrictions for travellers who have visited the U.K., Brazil, or certain countries within the E.U., allowing them to enter the United States for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
Here’s a quick overview of the main entry requirements for customers travelling to the U.S. on/ after Nov 8:
1. TRAVEL DOCUMENTS
All non-U.S. citizen, non-U.S. immigrants must hold valid travel documents such as passport, VISA or ESTA before departing to the U.S.
2. PROOF OF VACCINATION
All non-U.S. citizen, non-U.S. immigrants aged 18 years and over are required to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19.
3. COVID-19 TESTING
Before boarding a flight to the U.S., customers aged 2 years and older are required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
4. ATTESTATION FORM
An attestation form must be completed for all passengers aged 2 years and above before boarding.
5. CONTACT INFORMATION
All passengers are required to provide contact tracing information before boarding.
For a more detailed overview of the new travel requirements, including exceptions, definitions and Q&As please visit Delta’s Travel Requirements pages.
The CDC created a quick reference guide “Travelling to the United States from a foreign country by air ”, to help Travel Agents and customers better understand the U.S. entry requirements.