All passengers must complete the health form online before landing in Hong Kong. Once complete, you will receive a QR code as confirmation. It is mandatory for all passengers to present this QR code at the boarding gate.
The special air-sea and sea-air ferry operations to and from Macao have been cancelled effective 17 July 2020. Passengers will not be accepted on flights if they are connecting further by ferry to China or Macao, or if they are arriving in Hong Kong by sea from China and Macao to connect to a flight.
All passengers, including children below 12 years old, who have been in Bangladesh, Ethiopia (effective 28 August), India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, South Africa or USA within the last 14 days before travelling to Hong Kong must present the following documents to be allowed entry.
Only the following passengers will be allowed entry into Hong Kong without additional documentation:
Sea crew arriving in Hong Kong via the Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) are required to present the following documents to the Department of Health upon arrival.
Sea crew who fail to present and submit any of the required documents will be denied entry to Hong Kong and their respective shipping companies/agents must arrange their return to their country of origin.
After entering Hong Kong, sea crew must take a COVID-19 PCR test at the Department of Health’s testing centre at HKIA and wait for the results there.
The transfer/transit services at HKIA from ports in Mainland China will resume from 00:01 on 15 August 2020 until 23:59 on 15 October 2020 (Hong Kong local time). Transfer/transit services to destinations in Mainland China will remain unavailable.
Transfer/transit services between different airlines will be allowed provided that the passengers are booked under the same air ticket (separate tickets are not allowed) and the passengers have been checked through with both boarding passes printed and baggage tagged-through to final destination; and that the operating airlines will communicate closely and implement all the required pre-flight checking and verification and in-flight safety measures.
Layover time must be within 24 hours and passengers meet the most updated immigration and health quarantine requirements of the destinations, and the transfer/transit requirements at HKIA to avoid having passengers stranded in Hong Kong.