All passengers travelling on Chartair services to remote communities must have a permit to enter the community. If you have any questions regarding the requirement for a permit, please refer to the Secure NT Website.
Chartair are able to transport you for essential purposes over state borders. Passengers are to ensure that they hold all relevant documentation for the arriving and departing state.
Passengers should arrive no later than 45 MINUTES BEFORE your flight departure time.
Travelling to NT
Passengers returning to the NT (Darwin / Alice Springs) will be required to hold:
- An exemption issued by the NT Department of Health
- Completed Border Arrivals form
- Any person not holding the correct documentation will be required to quarantine for 14 days at their own expense.
- Chartair take no responsibility for passenger who do not hold the correct documentation.
- Passengers wishing to enter a remote community from interstate will be required to travel direct to Darwin / Alice Springs or Katherine prior to transport to the community.
NT TRAVEL (refer to CORONAVIRUS.NT.GOV.AU) – DESIGNATED / REMOTE COMMUNITY
Travelling to a remote community with Chartair. Chartair will check all documentation prior to travel. Incorrect or incomplete documentation will result in you not being able to travel.
- Arrive no later than 45 MINUTES BEFORE your flight.
- Passenger must bring with them the following documentation:
- Land council permit
NT TRAVEL (refer to CORONAVIRUS.NT.GOV.AU) – PASTORAL – (NOT DESIGNATED)
Travel as per normal. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your flight.
Passengers will still need to submit to a temperature check and complete the Chartair Passenger Information Declaration.