CAA allows all minors aged 4-17 to board domestic flights with negative self test

All minors aged between four and 17 years old can fly to domestic destinations with a negative self test conducted in last 24 hours before their scheduled flight, according to a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announcement on Tuesday.

The change eases restrictions under the previous notam, which only allowed travel with a self-test for passengers aged four to 11 years old and required a Covid-19 certificate for all passengers over 12.