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Domestic Air Travel Requirements

At Sunlight Air, we continue to maintain a healthy and safe venue for your travels. Passengers are still encouraged to comply with the following requirements based on the IATF’s and DOTr’s Guidelines for Public Transport Operations together with Sunlight Air’s own advanced solutions to continue preventing COVID-19 contamination.

1. Passengers are still highly encouraged to observe health & safety protocols such as social distancing and frequent hand sanitation
2. Passengers are encouraged to wear their face masks properly
3. Only passengers with valid travel documents will be allowed inside the exclusive lounge or airport and must present the following upon arrival:
a) Negative Covid-19 test result taken within the specific timeframe as as per the LGU’s requirement for the destination
b) 2 valid IDs
4. Passengers are allowed with only 1 carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 7kgs.
5. Passengers are encouraged to bring their own alcohol or sanitizer not more than 100ml.

Busuanga / Coron (Effective May 23, 2022)

Domestic TouristsTravel Requirements
1. Valid ID
2. For Fully Vaccinated Individuals (aged 12 years old and above): COVID-19 Vaccination card (Issued by legitimate or DOH-accredited institutions) or VaxCert (from vaxcert.doh.gov.ph)
3. For Partial or Unvaccinated individuals (aged 12 years old and above)

– Negative RT-PCR test result from any DOH licensed laboratory taken 72 hours prior to travel date is required.
– Valid ID
4. For tourists aged 11 years old and below:
– If the parents or accompanying guardian are fully vaccinated, COVID-19 tests are no longer required.
– If the parents or accompanying guardian are partially vaccinated or unvaccinated, a negative RT-PCR test result from any DOH licensed laboratory taken 72 hours prior to travel date is required.
5. Confirmed hotel booking at DOT accredited hotels

6. P200 environmental fee (to be paid at the airport)

San Vicente (as of March 11, 2022)

Domestic TouristsTravel Requirements
1. Valid ID
2. Approved S-Pass Travel Application
3. Return Ticket
4. For unvaccinated and partially vaccinated tourists: a copy of negative RT-PCR Test result, specimen taken 72 hours before arrival

5. Vaccination card and/or vaxx certificate from vaxcert.doh.gov.ph
6. Proof of confirmed booking for overnight stay from DOT-accredited or Safety Seal certified accommodation
7. Travel Itinerary
8. Responsible Visitor’s Pledge at https://bit.ly/2U1NKoW
9. Coordination with the EOC or Municipal Tourism Office

Camiguin (as of May 2022)

Domestic TouristsTravel Requirements
1. Clean Camiguin QR & ID (available at www.cleancamiguinqr.com)
2. Proof of confirmed booking from an LGU-accredited establishment or clearance from a Municipal Health Officer if staying in a private home

3. Accomplished Health Declaration (HDF) form, which can be found in the main page of the www.cleancamiguinqr.com website.
4. Registered Traze app for complete QR code (available at traze.ph)
5. Proof of complete COVID-19 vaccination for visitors aged 18 and above
. Fully vaccinated tourists are no longer required to submit a negative RT-PCR test result.
6. Children and Adolescents aged 12-17 years old must be partially vaccinated. Vaccination is not required for children aged 11 years old or younger.

Boracay (As of February 19, 2022)

Domestic TouristsTravel Requirements
1. Vaxxcert PH Certification/Vaccination Card w/ vaccination certification from vaccination center with contact details
2. Hotel reservation from establishment that has been accredited by the DOT with Certificate of Authority to Operate (COA)

3. Government Issued ID
4. Travel details
5. Online Health Declaration Card (OHDC) from touristboracay.com. Tourists must keep a copy of their QR code and health declaration card with them at all times during their stay.
6. For unvaccinated travelers: Negative RT-PCR test results (swab or saliva) with 72 hours validity.
7. Minors are allowed to enter Boracay. Parents of children aged 12 years old and below must fill out Certificate of Undertaking for their children.

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