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Travel to Norway

If you are travelling to Norway, you may be required to undergo quarantine on arrival.

Travel eligibility

Norway has started to open the border for European nationals. For details of which countries/nationalities, please visit the Norwegian Institute of Public Health website.

Passengers travelling to Norway from other countries other than those listed will be sent back to their point of origin or will be quarantined for 10 days if they are a resident of Norway.

Temporary entry and exit controls will be performed at the internal Schengen border.

Required forms

Upon arrival in Norway, passengers will receive a text message from the Norwegian health authorities with a link to information on how to get tested for COVID-19 as well as rules for travel quarantine. Travellers are requested to read the content in the link. A testing centre is also available at the airport, however, it is not mandatory.

Exemptions

All crew and minimum support personnel that are required to carry out cargo and passenger flights are exempt from the travel restrictions.

Travel to END SVALBARD, LONGYEAR

If you are travelling to End Svalbard, Longyear, you may be required to take a COVID-19 test before departure and undergo quarantine on arrival.

COVID-19 testing requirements

Effective 9 November:

Passengers from red countries other than Norwegian citizens and/or residence must present a certificate of a negative COVID-19 test certificate when entering Norway. The test must have been taken less than 72 hours before entry.

EU/EEA residents and/or citizens travelling from red countries must show a negative Covid-19 test certificate when entering Norway. The test must have been taken less than 72 hours before entry.

  • As of 8 November, red countries are: Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic Austria, Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium, Netherlands. United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
  • Information about red countries can be found here.

Non EU/EAA residents and/or citizens travelling from red countries (currently all countries outside EU/EEA are classified red) must show a negative Covid-19 test certificate when entering Norway. The test must have been taken less than 72 hours before entry.

Quarantine

Passengers residing in Norway, that have visited countries other than those listed in the last 10 days must quarantine for 10 days on arrival in Norway.

Effective 9 November:

Non Norwegian resident will be assigned to a quarantine hotel by the border police, it is not possible to pre-book or to request a specific hotel in advance.

Passengers will be held in the quarantine lounge until transported to the assigned quarantine hotel.

Exemptions

Effective 9 November:

Norwegian residents and/or citizens who do have a residence or have an employer or client in Norway who can provide a suitable place to stay when entering Norway DO NOT require to spend their quarantine time at designated quarantine hotels.

All crew and minimum support personnel that are required to carry out cargo and passenger flights are exempt from the travel restrictions.

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