Covid-19 test on Tsaradia flights
As of June 05, 2021 flights, the Covid-19 test will be required again on Tsaradia flights. This follows the new provisions declared by the President of the Republic of Madagascar on May 31, 2021.
For passengers departing from Antananarivo:
- The Covid-19 tests will be conducted on the day of the flight for passengers departing from Antananarivo to the provinces. The results shall be available immediately.
- Passengers departing from Antananarivo must report to the airport for their test 3 hours before their flight.
- Passengers departing Antananarivo must present a Covid-19 test certificate with evidence of negativity.
For passengers departing from provinces:
- Passengers departing from Morondava, Taolagnaro, Antsiranana, Toliara, Maroantsetra from Sainte Marie to Antananarivo will take their test on arrival in Antananarivo, at Ivato airport.
- The results are immediately available (if antigenic tests.)
- In the event of a positive result, the passenger will be covered by the airport health authorities.
PROGRESSIVE RESUMPTION OF TSARADIA FLIGHTS
TSARADIA is gradually resuming its flights since September 1, 2020. Health measures accompany the resumption of flights.
As a reminder, following the statement of the Minister of Transport, Tourism and Meteorology of 24 March 2020 and in application of the note of the Civil Aviation of Madagascar ref. No. 401–ACM/DES/2020 of 24 March 2020, concerning the provisions relating to the suspension of flights on the domestic network, TSARADIA suspended all its flights from 25 March 2020 to 1 September 2020.
With the increase in the number of cases of covid-19 following the appearance of the new variant, the President of the Republic of Madagascar announced the closure of the airport of Nosy-be, Mahajanga, Toamasina, Sambava as of March 23 as well as the resumption of Covid-tests19 for all travelers from destinations still served by Tsaradia namely: Sainte-Marie, Maroantsetra, Tulear, Morondava and Fort-Dauphin.
On May 16th, the President of the Republic of Madagascar announced the extension of the closure of the airports for another 15 days, until 30 May.