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Travel to Boston (BOS)

Effective 1 August 2020, all passengers travelling to Boston except those specified below must fill out the Massachusetts Travel Form.

  • Transit passengers connecting through Boston onto another flight
  • Passengers travelling to Boston for medical treatment
  • Children below 10 years old travelling with a parent or guardian
  • Flight crew

Passengers must complete the negative COVID-19 PCR test confirmation upon arrival or undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine. The test result must have been issued within 72 hours of arrival in Boston.

Passengers who were not able to take a COVID-19 PCR test before arrival can present a negative test result within the 14-day period to satisfy the mandatory quarantine rule.

All passengers who have been in specified countries within the last 14 days must complete a health declaration form before arrival.


Travel to New York (JFK)

All passengers must complete a health declaration form before arrival.


Travel to Los Angeles (LAX), Chicago (ORD), Washington (IAD), and Houston (IAH)

All passengers who have been in specified countries within the last 14 days must complete a health declaration form before arrival.

For an overview of the general regulations for entry into the US during the COVID period, please refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.


Travel from USA

All passengers travelling to Dubai, including passengers from California, Florida and Texas connecting on an Emirates flight to Dubai, must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued by a local government approved laboratory, and the test should be conducted no more than 96 hours before departure. Bring an official printed certificate – SMS and digital certificates are not accepted. Children below 12 years old and passengers with moderate or severe disabilities are exempt from this test.

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