Hi , just a reminder of mandatory masks almost everywhere. Stay safe.

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Airport to close tonight reports say.
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See the attached news report. All Spanish airports to close at midnight tonight with very few exceptions. 


https://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/...xceptions/
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Fuerteventura has to be one of the many exceptions. Just came across an article (Onda Fuerteventura) mentioning the last flights to Italy being due later on this week:

Quote:The Honorary Consulate of Italy in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria informs us that there will be two repatriation flights from Fuerteventura; one on the 25th to Rome and the other on the 26th to Milan Malpensa.
March 25: Fuerteventura - Rome Fiumicino with Neos Air
March 26: Fuerteventura- Milan Malpensa with Neos Air
Information and registration at www.neosair.it and sales@neosair.it
There will be no more repatriation flights to Italy.
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I know people due to return to the UK later this week, too. Maybe they will be closing to flights in?
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I don't think they are talking about closing the doors and turning off the lights.

SPANISH airports and ports will be closed from midnight tonight. 
All travellers will be barred from entering unless they are Spanish, have residency or are citizens of the European Union.
The decision was agreed by the government yesterday in coordination with other European countries.
It comes a week after Spain **** its land borders with Gibraltar, France and Portugal.
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(24-03-2020, 12:20 AM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: All travellers will be barred from entering unless they are Spanish, have residency or are citizens of the European Union.

...Well, that's a lot of absolutely nothing as far as the islands, really. Is anyone trying to come here from outside the EU right now? It certainly won't stop people coming here from the mainland.
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(24-03-2020, 12:49 PM)Ducks Wrote:
(24-03-2020, 12:20 AM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: All travellers will be barred from entering unless they are Spanish, have residency or are citizens of the European Union.

...Well, that's a lot of absolutely nothing as far as the islands, really. Is anyone trying to come here from outside the EU right now? It certainly won't stop people coming here from the mainland.

There are dozens of arrivals scheduled today.
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"The island to which the most passengers from the peninsula arrived from Thursday to Sunday was Tenerife with 905 at its two airports;  followed by Gran Canaria, with 803;  and, at a great distance, Fuerteventura, with 65;  and Lanzarote, with 18" Eldiariodefuerteventura.

Pretty much in line with the percentage of new infections. Add inter island travel and the cross-contamination will still occur.

Why not **** all flights, unless for essential workers? And test all arrivals. Easy with their 30.000 new instant testkits.
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(24-03-2020, 01:09 PM)milestone 11 Wrote:
(24-03-2020, 12:49 PM)Ducks Wrote:
(24-03-2020, 12:20 AM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: All travellers will be barred from entering unless they are Spanish, have residency or are citizens of the European Union.

...Well, that's a lot of absolutely nothing as far as the islands, really. Is anyone trying to come here from outside the EU right now? It certainly won't stop people coming here from the mainland.

There are dozens of arrivals scheduled today.

Yes there were, but up to about 14:30 only 4/5 had actually landed
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Does anyone know where it is possible to establish definitively the number of passengers arriving each day?
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From my post 3hrs ago, 65
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