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Travel to Jordan

If you are travelling to Jordan, you must take a COVID-19 PCR test before departure, complete requirements on the Visit Jordan website and undergo a 7-day self-quarantine on arrival.

COVID-19 PCR testing

All passengers must present a negative certificate for a COVID‑19 PCR test conducted within 120 hours of departure. A certificate from any government approved lab will be acceptable.

Passengers will undergo a second COVID‑19 PCR test upon arrival.

Required forms

All arriving passengers must complete the requirements on the Visit Jordan website and pay the charges for COVID-19 PCR testing. Passengers must enter their flight details on the website. Upon completing payment, passengers will receive a QR code as approval for travel.

Passengers must submit a Passenger Health Declaration and Locator form.

The QR code, COVID-19 PCR test certificate and health forms must be presented at check-in for verification.


All arriving passengers will be subject to a 7-day self‑quarantine.


Children below 5 years old are not required to take a COVID-19 PCR test before departure.

Children below 5 years, if escorted by their parents are exempted from QR Code.

Passengers coming to Amman for medical treatment can be accepted without a QR code if they carry an official letter of approval issued by the Private Hospital Association - Jordan.

Passengers holding investor cards under category A&B and holders of investor passports and/or investor residencies in addition to their direct family members as exempted from QR code.

Other information

Transfer passengers from outstations across the network can now be accepted through Dubai. The same restrictions apply to all passengers whether originating from Dubai or any other Emirates destination.

International transfer passengers are not allowed at Jordanian airports.

Travelling to, from and through Dubai

If you're travelling to, from or transiting through Dubai, please check our Travel requirements for Dubai.