coronavirus precautions

APRIL 2021



The COVID-19 pandemic has created an environment of extreme uncertainty for all. Jet-Go is taking the necessary precautions to help mitigate the spread of COVID19.

Our clients are counting on Jet-Go to transport them, their loved ones and their cargo wherever they need to be during this time and we are glad to be part of the private aviation industry and being able to help so many clients during these times. Jet-Go is making sure to keep our customers and employees safe. 

COVID-19 Testing Required for U.S. Entry:

Effective January 26, 2021 the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will require all air passengers entering the United States (including U.S. citizens and Legal Permanent Residents) to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within three calendar days of departure or proof of recovery from the virus within the last 90 days​.

COVID-19 Travel Advisories

Foreign governments may implement restrictions with little notice, even in destinations that were previously low risk. If you choose to travel internationally, your trip may be severely disrupted, and it may be difficult to arrange travel back to the United States.

If you are planning to travel overseas or if you are currently overseas and planning to return to the U.S., you should contact your embassy and the local health department for specific information about testing requirements for travelers.


Our Sales Team members will assess the requested flight details and request additional about our clients if needed. These questions might include history of travel for the past 14 days and proof of citizenship, and/or COPY OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR test taken within 3 calendar days prior to departure.


Across our network of global operators, we are choosing those that are compliant to the CDC and WHO guidelines.


During these challenging times and in order to keep our employees healthy, we have implemented work from home policy throughout our company. mid this global pandemic, we are leveraging our vast infrastructure to implement a logistical strategy that keeps our crewmembers healthy and meets the new realities of this very challenging time.


  • To curtail the risk of exposure, the avoidance of handshakes between our crew, flight attendant, and any supplier is recommended.


  • In order to avoid unnecessary contact and to reduce risk of exposure, we are not providing flight attendant services for short flights unless requested by our clients.

  • The same goes with catering services; we are allowing our clients to bring their own meal service or snacks to avoid unnecessary contact.

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