We have made sure to comply with the recommendations of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the biosecurity measures required by the different governments so that you can fly safe and at ease with Avianca BioCare.
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Cabin baggage: check your baggage allowance before going to the airport and try to travel as light as possible for comfort.
Online check-in: save time and do it from our app or website as a self-care measure. In some countries, you will have to go to the airport counter to confirm any required information.
Present all the documentation you need for your trip.
If you are awaiting a COVID-19 test result, are a positive case or have respiratory symptoms, do not show up for your flight.
Mask: The use of face masks is mandatory for flights operating to/from Bolivia, in compliance with sanitary guidelines of the authorities.
In-flight announcements: they will inform you aboutbiosecurity measures and requirements to be met during the flight.
Air filters: our aircraft have HEPA filters that capture 99.97% of airborne particles and cool the cabin. These filters perform similarly to hospital operating rooms or industrial clean rooms. In addition, the cabin air system delivers approximately 50% outside air and 50% filtered and recirculated air, meaning that the air supplied is essentially sterile.
Our crew: is prepared to act according to the established safety protocols. Follow all their recommendations for a safe flight.
When boarding the plane: we recommend you to locate your seat and not to change your seat during the flight.
Entry protocols: comply with the measures in force in the country you are traveling to (quarantines, preventive isolation, among others).
Report any symptom that you present to the health entities of your destination. You should be attentive to your email, where we will inform you of some recommendations. In case of changes, remember to use our digital self-management tools.
Please note: the use of face masks (surgical or standard without valves) on board is mandatory on flights to and from Bolivia, according to the regulations required by the sanitary guidelines of these countries.