Corona Virus - International restrictions on General Aviation
Answered By AOPA
We are getting many obvious questions about what countries have implemented travel restrictions on General Aviation aircraft and for how long. In order to document the wide range of procedures being implemented, we have compiled a comprehensive list of the countries in our operating region which includes Bermuda, The Bahamas, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America. The link below will take you to the public page of our online services website where you can review these lists which are being updated constantly as information comes in from the governments as well as our partners in the region.

Our Mexico operations Center is operating with only our flight coordinators present, the rest of the staff are all working remotely from home but have access to phones, emails and our servers. There is nobody at our Miami office.

Please use the following link to review the list of country procedures re; Corona virus

Rick Gardner
AOPA Representative for The Bahamas, Mexico and Central America 
2 Replies
Hello Joe,

Our focus is entirely on international. Hopefully, someone at the AOPA PIC can respond to your question.

Best regards

I flew to Oklahoma today. I was looking on the door at the FBO and there was a notice listing several states and that if coming from them you must quarantine for 14 days. Is there a quick reference chart for us to view restrictions as we fly. We might cross several states and if you need to stop for fuel or a mechanical issue this could be helpful.