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Ebola Virus Restrictions

The following image below is a copy of our Ebola Virus & Holiday Travel Season email bulletin, announcing travel restrictions and risks that many of our clients have expressed concerns about. This image below is a reproduction and the links will not function.

To view a live copy of this, please find a link at the bottom of this page.

Ebola Virus and Holiday Travel Season

Over the past few weeks we have been starting to hear concerns from travelers regarding the Ebola outbreak and thought it may be a good idea to create a newsletter for our clients about travel restrictions and how they may affect you.

Although it may be very difficult to catch Ebola from flying on a commercial plane, there has been much hype in the news about the safety and the likelihood of contracting the virus.

While there have only been a few documented cases in the U.S., many travelers are planning trips to locations outside the USA for vacation. This has created panic and stress for travelers all over the world, so we wanted to give you an update and let you know how we are handling this situation.

By using Air Charter Advisors to and from your destination we can help keep you and your family at a safer distance from other travelers who may put your health at risk. Private flyers experience less stress and anxiety when compared to commercial flyers. In many cases when using our services you will not be required to wait in lines and in a congested terminal at the airport.

If flying commercial is unavoidable it is suggested to take precautionary steps such as washing hands frequently, and staying at a distance from other passengers who may be displaying symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, runny nose, or fevers.

As an update for travelers, we would like to let you know that at this point in time we have discontinued all service to or from the following areas:

  • Sierra Leone
  • Guinea
  • Nigeria
  • Gambia
  • Senegal
  • Liberia
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo



By |2014-10-21T20:52:48+00:00October 21st, 2014|news|0 Comments

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