Covid-19 Aircraft Charter Procedures

When chartering an aircraft with Air Charter Network your safety and the safety of our crew is paramount. Before the commencement of each flight:

  • The aircraft interior is deep cleaned and disinfected.
  • Passengers are temperature checked prior to boarding the aircraft.
  • Passengers are requested to provide a statement of their current health conditions prior to international travel.

The aircraft is also deep cleaned and disinfected at the completion of each flight.

Travel Restrictions

We have put all the latest information in one place to help you make an informed decision.


Recreational Travel
Not allowed. Opening from 12 July or earlier. From 12 June, QLD residents are able to conduct recreational travel up to 250 km from their home. Outback residents can travel anywhere in the outback for recreational purposes.

Business Travel 
Exempted travellers include:

  • Essential health services
  • Emergency services
  • Transport of any goods or freight by land, sea or air
  • Critical maintenance/repair to critical infrastructure in Queensland
  • FIFO workers (required to provide evidence that they are a FIFO worker, and who they are working for)
  • Construction, mining, energy, commercial fishing, agribusinesses
  • Federal, state or local government workers or contractors who are required to enter to Queensland to work

A QLD Entry Pass should be completed by all travellers


Travel and transport restrictions were removed 1 June. Inter-state recreational travellers are allowed to enter NSW.

Recreational Travel 
From 1st June, recreational travel within and from interstate to NSW, including to Ski Resorts, is approved. Travellers from interstate will be able to visit NSW but will need to comply with any rules of their home state when returning.

Business travel
No restrictions are in place. All business and essential workers are able to travel to NSW for work.

More information on the NSW Government website.


Recreational Travel
There are no restrictions on travel into, or from, Victoria, however restrictions do apply on the duration of stays within the State.

Business Travel
Travel for business and essential workers is allowed.

More information on Victorian Government website


Travelling to Tasmania for leisure or business purposes is restricted.
Business Travel is currently restricted.

Recreational Travel
All non-essential travellers are required to self-isolate for 14 days.

Business Travel
Business travel is allowed for the following categories:

  • National and State security and governance
  • Health services
  • Transport, freight and logistics
  • Specialist skills critical to maintaining key industries or businesses
  • Paramedics and ambulance officers
  • Police officers

More information on the Tasmanian Government website.
Quarantine conditions also apply to Essential Travellers in Tasmania.


Travelling to South Australia for recreational or business purposes is restricted unless you are a resident of WA, TAS or NT.  If arriving from those States, you are no longer enquired to quarantine for 14 days.

Recreational Travel
Recreational travel for residents from WA, TAS or NT is allowed.  All other recreational travellers from QLD and NSW will be required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

Business Travel
Business travel is allowed for the following categories:

  • National and State security and governance
  • Health services
  • Essential medical treatment
  • Transport and freight services
  • Skills critical to maintaining key industries or businesses, including FIFO
  • Emergency services workers
  • Cross border community members
  • Passing through
  • Compassionate grounds

Essential travellers are required to keep records of close contacts for a 14 day period from the date of their arrival in South Australia.

A “close contact” occurs when a person is in the company of another person:

  • Within an enclosed space for two hours or longer
  • Within 1.5 m of the other person for 15 minutes or longer

The essential traveller must record the time and location of the contact, as well as the name and contact details of each other person (if known). These records must be kept for 28 days after the initial 14-day recording period.


The following essential travellers are not required to keep records of close contacts.

  • National and state security and governance personnel
  • Fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers
  • Emergency service workers
  • Cross-border community members

Border restrictions are due to be relaxed on 20 July 2020.

More information on the South Australian Government website.


People not eligible for exemption arriving at a Northern Territory border must complete 14 days of forced quarantine. Business Travel is restricted.

Recreational Travel
Recreational travel is not allowed. All non-essential travellers to enter quarantine for 14 days.

Business Travel
Travel is allowed for the following categories:

  • National and Northern Territory security and governance
  • Medical transport and emergency services
  • Transport, freight and logistics
  • Defence and policing
  • Flight crews
  • Commercial ship crews
  • People with specialist skills that are critical to maintaining key government services, industries or businesses

All travellers entering NT must complete a border arrival form.

More information on the NT Government website.


You cannot enter Western Australia without an exemption. Business Travel is restricted.

Recreational Travel
Recreational travel or entry into WA not allowed.

Business Travel
Business travellers travelling into WA must apply for an exemption via the G2G PASS online form. Please submit your application at least 3 days prior to travel. By applying online, you can track the status of your application and an email will be issued with the outcome of your application.

Exemptions exist for the following:

  • Senior government officials in the course of duties
  • Members of the Commonwealth Parliament and their staff
  • Active military personnel on duty in WA
  • Specialist skills not available in WA
  • Emergency service workers
  • Judicial officers or staff members of a court, tribunal or commission
  • Persons carrying out a function under a Commonwealth law
  • Health services, when requested by the Chief Health Officer of the Department of Health
  • FIFO workers and their family members
  • Urgent and essential medical treatment
  • Attending a relative’s funeral or visiting a relative who is critically ill or whose death is imminent
  • Transport, freight and logistics (not including airline and maritime crew members)
  • Compassionate grounds

More information in the WA Government website.