The Government is continuing its discussions with airlines and charter companies to arrange flights home for Bermuda residents, Premier David Burt said, and anyone who may be interested is urged to register online.
Speaking at last night’s [May 20] press briefing, Premier Burt said, “The Government of Bermuda continues discussions with airlines and charter companies to arrange flights home for Bermuda residents.
“If you are a person who is ordinarily resident in Bermuda and you are still seeking to return home, please complete the Returning Bermuda Residents Home form which can be found on coronavirus.gov.bm. Click on COVID-19 forms.
“While we work to arrange flights from many destinations including the Caribbean, it is important to know the number of residents who would take a flight to Bermuda if one was available.
“I know that there are many persons in Canada who are looking to return home as well, but I was pleased to know that we could repatriate five Bermudians who were stranded in Canada on a private jet flight which came in earlier this week.
“If you have previously listed your interest with the Ministry of Tourism and Transport or the Airport Authority, you do not need to complete this form again as they have your contact details already.”