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IHAS - General Information

Conference Venue Visa Requirement Hotel Accommodation Maximizing the event

The Hotel Beatriz Toledo Auditorium & Spa,  is situated just 45 minutes from Madrid and its airport, easily accessible by main road and AVE (high speed train).

Chosen as the best Conference Hotel in Spain by the OPC's and the best Convention Hotel by Curt Ediciones, the  Hotel Beatriz Toledo Auditorium &  Spa , was  the perfect choice for the international humanitarian aviation summit, with spacious rooms and outdoor facilities to satisfy our needs

 Hotel Beatriz Toledo Auditorium &  Spa ****

Concilios de Toledo s/n -  45005 Toledo

Telf: 925 26 91 00

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WFP hold no liability for following/below information, please check with the nearest Spanish embassy or consulate to confirm following/below nformation in regard to the visa requirements.

Holders of passports who do not require a visa to enter Spain

1. The European Union, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.

• New residency requirements for EU citizens planning to live in Spain for more than three months. The Spanish Government has introduced new residency requirements for all EU citizens who plan to reside in Spain for more than three months.

• Passports and travel documents are required to be valid during the duration of the visit. You do not need a minimum of validity in your passport or travel docuemtn to travel to Spain.

• Children included in the parent’s passport must be accompanied by the parent. The child’s right to travel on the passport will lapse depending on the age stipulated by the issuing country and be under 16 years of age.

• A letter of consent is recommended if the child (holding a valid passport) is not travelling with the parents (mother or the father if he has parental responsibility) or guardian. Anyone under the age of 18 is considered a minor and is subject to parental control or adult supervision. Parents or guardians are responsible for the actions of their children. Unaccompanied minors fall under the jurisdiction of Social Services for the Protection of Minors.

• Children travelling alone and using a National Identity card must have written parental consent.

• It is important that the name on your ticket matches the name on your passport exactly. Please consult with the airline before travelling.

2. For visits not exceeding ninety days per six-month period, visas are not required for holders of valid passports issued by the following countries or dependencies:

Albania Guatemala Northern Mariana Islands (passport from the US)
Andorra Honduras Panama
Antigua And Barbuda Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Paraguay
Argentina Israel Saint Kitts And Nevis
Australia Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)* San marino
Bahamas Japan Serbia**
Barbados Korean Republic Seychelles
Bosnia And Herzegovina* Liechtenstein Singapore
Brazil Macao Special Administrative Region Taiwan (only holder of passports which contain identity card number)
British National (Overseas) (holders of British passports with this name) Malaysia Uruguay
Brunei Darussalam Mauritius USA
Canada Mexico Vatican City
Chile Monaco Venezuela
Costa Rica Montenegro*
Croatia New Zealand
El Salvador Nicaragua

* Only when holding a biometric passport. If not, a visa is required.
** Only when holding a biometric passport. If not, a visa is required, excluding holders of passports delivered by KOORDINACIONA UPRAVA.

3. Holders of Travel Documents issued under the Geneva Convention of July 1951, by the following countries:

Belgium Cyprus Denmark Germany Iceland Ireland Liechtenstein
Luxembourg Norway Netherlands Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom

4. Crew members of airlines and merchant navy.

5. If you hold a valid residence permit in any of the Schengen member states, you are entitled to re-enter the Schengen area without a visa on production of your proof of residence and your passport.


Under Directive 2004/38/EC and according to Real Decreto 240/2007, 16 February, family members of an EU/EEA national in possession of a valid UK Residence Card specifying its condition as a family member do not require a visa to enter Spain when travelling with the EU/EEA National or joining him/her in Spain. Otherwise, a visa will be still required (Real Decreto 1161/2009, 10th July 2009). For spouses and/or children of Spanish Nationals the above condition applies provided that the marriage and/or birth is registered according with the Spanish Civil Register (original Libro de Familia). Please note, that the UK Residence Permit must state literally that the holder is a family member of an EU/EEA National. If not, a visa is required.
This information applies only to ordinary passports. All other nationalities, not listed above require a visa.

Holders of passports who require a visa to enter Spain:

Afghanistan (1) (2*) Gabon Pakistan (1) (2*)
Albania Gambia Palau
Algeria(1) Georgia Palestine (1)
Angola(2) Ghana (2*) Papua New Guinea
Armenia Grenada Peru
Azerbaijan Guinea (2*) Philippines (1)
Bahrain Guinea-Bissau (2) Qatar
Bangladesh (1) (2*) Guyana Refugee Travel Documents (1)
Belarus (1) Haiti Russia
Belize Hong Kong (when it is not SAR) Rwanda (1)
Benin India
Bhutan Indonesia Saint Lucia
Bolivia Iran (1) (2*) Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
Bosnia And Herzegovina Iraq (1) (2*) Samoa
Botswana Ivory Coast (2) Sao Tome
Burkina Faso Jamaica Saudi Arabia (1)
Burundi Jordan (1) Senegal(2)
British Overseas Citizens (3) Kazakhstan Sierra Leone (2)
British Overseas Territories Citizens (persons who do not have the right to reside in the UK) (3) Kenya Solomon Islands
British Protected Persons (person under British protection) (3) Kyrgyzstan Somalia (1) (2*)
British subjects (persons who do not have the right to reside in the UK) (3) Kiribati South Africa
Cambodia Kuwait South Sudan (1)
Cameroon Laos Sri Lanka (1) (2*)
Cape Verde Lebanon (1) Sudan (1) (2)
Central African Republic Lesotho Suriname (1)
Chad Liberia (2) Swaziland
China Libya (1) Syria (1)
Colombia Madagascar Tajikistan
Comoros Malawi Tanzania
Congo Maldives Thailand
Cuba (2) Mali (1) (2) Togo (2)
Democratic Republic of Congo (1) (2*) Marshall Islands Tonga
Djibouti Mauritania Trinidad And Tobago
Dominica Micronesia Tunisia (1)
Dominican Republic Moldova Turkey
East Timor Mongolia Turkmenistan
Ecuador Morocco (1) Tuvalu
Equatorial Guinea Mozambique Uganda
Egypt Myanmar United Arab Emirates
Eritrea Namibia Ukraine
Ethiopia (2*) Nauru Uzbekistan (1)
Fiji Nepal Vanuatu
Frandesspass documents (1) Niger Vietnam (1)
Nigeria (1) (2*) Yemen (1)
North Korea Zambia
Oman Zimbabwe

• The visa will take at least 2 weeks to be issued.

(1) This visa will take at least 4 weeks to process. Includeded in this category are: Palestinians, Refugees and Stateless Persons. Please note that certain documents are not recognised by the Spanish Authorities and are therefore not valid to travel to Spain. These include Certificates of Identity issued by the Home Office, which are not covered by the Geneva or New York Conventions.

(2) An Airport Transit visa is required if the person is not a permanent resident in: Canada, European Union, USA.

(2*) An Airport Transit visa is not required if resident in: Andorra, Canada, European Union, Japan, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, USA, Holders of Diplomatic and Service passports.

(3) Passports with European community on the cover do not require a visa.

• Children of any age holding a valid passport will require a visa.

• Visa exemptions for school children groups

• Visa exemptions may be obtained for school children normally requiring a visa to travel to Spain as part of an organised school trip, as a group, which must be accompanied by a teacher.

• Pupils who have British passports, but who are British Overseas citizens or British Dependant citizens, will have to apply for visas or be included in the List of Travellers form or ‘Visa Waiver Form’.

For further information and application forms, please contact the British Council:

British Council Customer Services UK
Bridgewater House
58 Whitworth Street
Manchester M1 6BB
Tel: +44 (0)161 957 7755

The British Council is an independent organization and is not connected to the Spanish Consulate.

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Toledo stands virtually in the centre of Spain. Known as the “city of the three cultures”, because Christians, Arabs and Jews lived together there for centuries, behind its walls. Toledo preserves an artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques and synagogues. This great diversity of artistic styles makes the old quarter of the capital of Castile - La Mancha a real open-air museum, which has led to it being declared as a World Heritage Site. It is strategically situated on a rocky bluff dominating a gorge, and surrounded on all sides but the north by the fast-flowing Tagus.

Toledo is now the capital of the autonomous region of Castilla-La Mancha and, as such, has recovered some of its political lustre. In 1986 it was named a World Heritage Site.

For hotel accommodation options please contact our event organizer:


Plan to arrive at least 45 minutes before the summit is scheduled to start. This will give you enough time to have breakfast and register.

The summit will start promptly, be sure to be on time.

Collection of Badges

Collection of summit documentation and identification badges will take place on 12 May 2014 from 08:00 to 09:00 at the registration desk adjacent to the summit room in the Foyer area. Participants are requested to wear their identification badge provided at registration at all times throughout the summit.


After each break change your seats to ensure you meet as many people as possible. Sit next to someone you don’t know and introduce yourself. If you are attending with a colleague split up!

You will have the opportunity to meet fellow attendees during the breaks and dinner, make sure you will have enough business cards to be able to network effectively.

You will have the opportunity to meet fellow attendees during the breaks and dinner, make sure you will have enough business cards to be able to network effectively.

Mobile Phones

As a courtesy to the Guest Speakers and other Delegates, please turn your mobile phones off, or on silent mode whilst in the summit room.

After the Event / Evaluation Form

You will be given the opportunity to comment on the summit with our evaluation form, that will be handed out on the 9th October 2014. We would appreciate your help in completing the form, as it is an important source of information on how we can improve the summit and in what sectors, along with your feedback in regard to our service. In case you forgot to fill this form out, we will send you the evaluation form by email, we really want to know what you think.

Photo Release

From time to time we use participant’s photographs in our promotional material, by virtue of your attendance, you agree to the use of your likeness in such material.


Please wait for the microphone to reach you and state your name and company before asking your question.


Presentation material, pictures and evaluation form from the summit will be available online at the soonest possible after the event ending

For any further assistance or inquires about GHAC, please don’t hesitate to contact our event organizer: Clydewood International Limited: Tel: +962 777 555 288; P.O.Box 93243 QAIA 11104 Amman – Jordan; Email:,​