03 May Doncaster to Murcia
Falcona organised a return private jet charter flight from Doncaster to Murcia, for a family of six on a Embraer Phenjom 300 super light aircraft.
The aircraft positioned in from Leeds Airport, the day before departure as it was an early morning departure from Doncaster.
Our passengers , were met by the handling staff and directed to the lounge, where their passport details were checked and verified. Bags were unloaded, ready to be taken to the aircraft.
After a few minutes they were escorted by the pilots and handling staff to their aircraft.
Aircraft: Embraer Phenom 300
Tail: D -**** (2017)
Distance: 1009 nm
Departure Time: 07:00 local
Flight Time: 2:37
Arrival Time: 10:37 local
Departure Time: 14:00 local
Flight Time: 2:37
Arrival Time: 14:37 local
Handling Agent: Consort Aviation
Handling Agent: Air City Classic
VIP Catering – Breakfast wraps, canapes, fruit & snacks, and champagne.
Entry requirements to Spain
The documentation you must present on entry when travelling from the UK to Spain is determined by your reason for travel.
If you are traveling to Spain for tourism you must show valid proof of one of the following:
- being fully vaccinated (with both doses of a two-dose vaccine or one dose of a one-dose vaccine) at least 14 days prior to arrival in Spain (date(s) of vaccination must be specified). See ‘If you’re fully vaccinated’.
- having recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months. You can also use a medical certificate or recovery record to prove your COVID-19 status on entry to Spain. See ‘If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year’.
There are some different entry requirements for children under 12 years old and those aged 12 to 17 inclusive. See ‘Children and young people’
EU citizens and accompanying family members of an EU citizen (including those travelling for tourism purposes), residents of Spain, or those covered by one of the other exemptions listed may present alternative documentation to the vaccine certificate. See Exemptions
Travellers from the UK who can either show proof of being fully vaccinated, or of having recovered from prior COVID-19 infection in the last 6 months, or who are aged under 12 years old, do not need to complete Spain’s Travel Health Control form. Everyone else must complete Spain’s Travel Health Control form no more than 48 hours before travel to Spain. See Spain’s Ministry of Health travel pages for more detail.
You may also be subject to additional checks at the point of entry including a temperature check, visual health assessment, or testing on arrival. Passengers may also be contacted and required to undertake a COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification test – NAAT (PCR or similar) at any point up to 48 hours after their arrival in Spain. More information can be found on the Spanish government’s Border Health Controls webpage.
Everyone (excluding children under the age of 12 years old, see Children and young people) arriving into Spain who have visited a ‘risk country’ in the previous 14 days must meet the requirements on the Spanish Ministry of Health Travel and COVID-19 page. The Spanish government reviews their ‘risk countries’ list every 7 days.
Requirements are country specific. You may get a minimum fine of €3000 if you do not comply with the requirements.
If you are travelling from a country where Spain has travel restrictions, check with the Spanish Embassy in that country before you travel to Spain. Due to current travel restrictions, you may be questioned on arrival by Spanish border authorities to ensure you meet the legal entry requirements. Spanish border authorities only allow entry if they are satisfied that you meet the entry requirements, and reserve the right to deny passage.
Spain’s land borders are open, but there may be travel restrictions, border controls and testing requirements depending on the country you are travelling from. For further details see If you’re transiting through Spain.
All travellers should follow the advice of the local authorities on how best to protect themselves and others, including any measures that they bring in to control the virus. See the Coronavirus section for further information.
If you’re fully vaccinated
If you’re fully vaccinated and travelling from the UK, you can enter Spain without needing to test or quarantine regardless of your reason for travel. Your vaccination status must meet the Spanish authorities’ validity period requirements.
At least 14 days must have passed since being fully vaccinated (with both doses of a 2-dose vaccine or one dose of a single-dose vaccine) before arrival in Spain. Your date(s) of vaccination must be specified and your final dose must have been administered within 270 days prior to travel to Spain. If you completed your vaccination (with both doses of a 2-dose vaccine or one dose of a single-dose vaccine) more than 270 days prior to travel to Spain, you must be able to show proof of having received a booster jab. There is no requirement for 14 days to have passed between receiving your booster jab and entering Spain. Booster jabs can be administered at any time prior to travel to Spain. There is currently no expiry date for booster jabs.
Children under the age of 12 years old do not need to show proof of being fully vaccinated on entry to Spain – see Children and young people
Proof of vaccination status
You must show valid proof of being fully vaccinated to enter Spain from the UK if travelling for tourism purposes. If one of the exemptions listed applies to you, you may be able to present other documentation on entry. See Exemptions
Spain will accept the UK’s proof of COVID-19 vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies.
Your NHS appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
Documents can be in either English, Spanish, French or German and in paper or electronic format. They must specify your name and surname. See ‘Entry requirements for entry in Spain from third countries’ section ‘k.’ on the Spanish Ministry of Health Travel and COVID-19 page for further information on proof of vaccination for travelling to Spain from the UK.
Further rules may apply if you have travelled to a country on Spain’s list of ‘risk’ countries in the 14 days prior to travel to Spain.
The Embraer Phenom 300 is a passenger favourite for flights around Europe. It’s the most-delivered business jet in the world — with a clean-sheet design delivering top-tier speed, climb and field performance; next-generation avionics; and exceptional cabin and baggage capacity.
The Phenom 300 larger cabin comes with lateral and longitudinal, swiveling movements with full reclining capabilities.
The Embraer Phenom 300 has the ability to maintain a 6, 600 feet cabin altitude during cruise flight at 45,000 feet, resulting in less fatigue for passengers.
The Phenom also incorporates a unique window design, strategically placing eleven windows with one in the lavatory while providing maximum natural light with more viewing area than other aircraft in its class.
The Phenom 300 delivers a cruising altitude of 45,000 ft with a range of over 2,000 miles with a state of the art pressurization system that ensures passengers arrive at their destination fully rested, free from the effects of high altitude.
- Cabin audio control (VIP seat)
- Moving map
- 10.4” LCD ceiling-mount monitor
- Wireless headphones
- VIP seat cabin management system
- AirCell high speed inflight Internet access
- Satellite communication system