FALKLAND ISLANDS FLIGHTS
At present there are two ways to fly to the Falkland Islands.
Via the RAF
At present there are two air services operating international flights to and from the Falkland Islands. For more information please follow the links above. The latest situation on flights from South America is outlined in the Press Release from Falkland Islands Tourism.
All persons, including Falkland Islands residents, travelling to and from the Falkland Islands on international flights (including Lan Chile and MOD-sponsored flights on RAF tristars or chartered planes) require a valid passport when checking-in for the flight. A valid passport is also required for all persons arriving by sea.
Visa requirements are the same as for the United Kingdom. Citizens of countries which do not require visas to enter Britain, do not require visas to enter the Falkland Islands. Where visas are required, they must be obtained from a British Embassy or Consulate before travelling to the Falkland Islands.
All persons, other than Falkland
Islands residents, require a Visitor Permit, Work Permit or Residence
Permit. A Visitor Permit can be granted at the point of entry for up
to four weeks. Alternatively application for a permit can be made
before travelling to the Falkland Islands, by contacting the Customs and
Immigration Department of the Falkland Islands Government. British passport
holders do not require visas but are subject to Immigration Control and
require a permit on the same basis as foreign
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