Ongoing COVID-19 Response – Repatriation Flight Friday, May 8

There are limited seats available on a special repatriation flight to the United States on May 8. 

The repatriation flight will take place on Friday, May 8.  Logistical information will be provided as soon as we receive the information.  The repatriation flight is operated by the U.S. government and passengers will be required to reimburse the U.S. government for the cost of the repatriation flight.  While we do not yet have an estimate, a ticket on the April 8 repatriation flight was estimated at $2,897 for adults and $2,206 per child. A fee of $257 is required for infants.

Due to the limited seating available, all third country nationals will be listed as standby and will only be allowed to board if space is available after all U.S. citizens have been checked into the flight.  Currently, there is no space available for third country nationals.

American citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents should register their interest in returning to the United States, if they have not already done so, by sending the below information to Malaboconsular@state.gov with the subject line “Return Travel to the U.S.”  Please include the following information for each U.S. citizen, U.S. legal permanent resident, non-citizen guardians accompanying minor children in your family or group, and non-citizens:

  • Full name as it appears on your passport
  • Citizenship
  • Country Visa type, Number, and Expiration Date (non-U.S. citizens only)
  • Date of birth
  • Passport number
  • Date of passport issuance and expiration
  • Email address and contact phone number
  • Current location
  • Desired onward destination in the U.S.
  • Medical issues
  • Pets

GENERAL INFORMATION

Individuals entering the United States may be subject to CDC screening, health observation, monitoring requirements and existing DHS entry requirements.  Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions to the U.S and travel.state.gov.

Onward travel from site of landing in the United States is the responsibility of the traveler.

U.S. citizens without a valid U.S. passport who wish to depart Equatorial Guinea should send the above information using the information of their most recent expired passport. Please indicate that the passport is expired.  You will be contacted with information on how to obtain an emergency passport.

Actions to Take:

Assistance:

U.S. Embassy/Consulate Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Carretera Malabo II, (between the headquarters of
Sonagas and the offices of the United Nations)

(+240) 333 09 57 41

malaboconsular@state.gov

https://gq.usembassy.gov/

State Department – Consular Affairs

888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444

Equatorial Guinea Country Information

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