All passengers above the age of 8 years old are required to hold a negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted maximum 96 hours prior to departure.
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There are changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements.
Fully vaccinated passengers who received the last required dose of a vaccine not more than 9 months before travel are allowed to enter Algeria without a pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test.
Non-vaccinated or partially vaccinated passengers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken not more than 72 hours before departure. The test certificate must be in Arabic, English or French.
COVID-19 antigen testing on arrival in Algeria is no longer required.
Children below 12 years old are exempt from the vaccination and PCR testing requirements
There are changes to the COVID-19 quarantine rules and travel eligibility restrictions have been lifted.
All passengers, travelling to Angola must be tested, including children and infants.
In order to board international flights to Angola, it is mandatory to present a molecular based RT-PCR COVID-19 test with a negative result. Testing must be carried out in the 72 hours prior to departure.
All passengers will also be tested (Rapid Test for COVID-19) on arrival at 04 Fevereiro International Airport in Luanda. This test is compulsory and will be conducted free of charge.
Travellers are encouraged to carry a valid vaccination certificate with a QR code that shows they have been fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by WHO.
All Angolan citizens or passport holders 18 years old and above must have a vaccination certificate to travel from Angola must have a vaccination certificate.
Any passenger who tests positive on arrival is subject to the relevant health authorities who will determine the required quarantine measures.
All Angolan citizens / passport holders 18 years old and above travelling from Angola must have a vaccination certificate.
While not mandatory, it is recommended that passengers departing from Angola also take an RT-PCR test before departure.
For those countries that require it, passengers should please check & request from the clinic a RT PCR Test Certificate with QR code at the time of the test.
Passengers must make sure to complete the entry or transit requirements of their destination and carry the correct documents for travel. When in doubt, passengers should contact the nearest embassy/consulate for the latest information and requirements.
Passengers must check if their destination requires their pre-departure COVID-19 test certificate to have a QR code and request this at the facility at the time of testing.
Check in time opens at 14:15 local time in Luanda:
Passengers must check if their destination requires their pre-departure COVID-19 test certificate to have a QR code and request this at the facility at the time of testing.
There are changes to the required documents for transiting through Australia.
If you are booked to travel to or from Australia on flights operated by , or Jetstar Asia, or on Qantas or Jetstar flights within Australia, full lists of travel requirements can be found on their websites.
Please note the eligibility requirements are subject to change by the Australian federal and state governments. All other conditions of entry as set by governments must be adhered to.
Please visit the relevant State Government Website for more details:
All passengers travelling to Australia on Emirates are required to be fully COVID-vaccinated with a Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) approved or TGA recognised vaccine. Seven days must have passed since the last required dose of a vaccine was administered for you to be considered fully vaccinated. Mixed doses count towards being fully vaccinated provided all vaccines are approved or recognised by the TGA.
You can travel to Australia without an approved COVID-19 vaccination if you are in one of these categories:
If you're a temporary visa holder who does not meet Australia’s definition of fully vaccinated, you must apply for and have an approved a before you can enter Australia. For more details about the exemption category, please check the .
If you are not fully COVID-19 vaccinated and you do not fall into an exemption category above, you may not be allowed to travel to Australia.
Passengers vaccinated in Australia must prove their vaccination history by presenting an Australian government issued International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) at check-in.
Passengers can request their ICVC through an Australian Medicare online account in myGov, or the Express Plus Medicare app.
Passengers without access to these online options can visit a Services Australia services centre or contact the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) on 1800 653 809.
Passengers vaccinated overseas who are travelling to Australia may or may not have access to an Australian government issued ICVC. If not, they will need to present a foreign issued vaccination certificate that shows the passenger is fully vaccinated with a TGA approved or TGA recognised vaccine.
Passengers travelling to Australia who present a foreign vaccination certificate will also have to make a legally binding attestation in their Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD) that their certificate is true and that they are fully COVID-19 vaccinated.
Children who arrive in Australia will be considered unvaccinated if they are:
Where an unvaccinated child aged 12-17 years inclusive is travelling with parents or guardians who are all fully vaccinated, the entire family will be regarded as fully vaccinated. For more guidance, please check the .
Digital Passenger Declaration
Transiting through Australia
Passengers travelling to Australia must wear a mask for the duration of the flight and in Australian airports. Passengers should also wear masks in the airport prior to boarding. Information on passengers who are exempt from the .You can find more details about Trans-Tasman Travel (travel between Australia and New Zealand) at the .
There are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Austria. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID 19 vaccination certificate or a COVID 19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
On public transport in Vienna (metro, busses, trams) passengers must wear a FFP2 mask without an exhalation valve or a mask at least to an equivalent standard. Children up to the age of 6 and persons who cannot be expected to wear the mask for health reasons are exempt from wearing a mask.
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Bahrain. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
Passengers who are travelling on official government business are exempted from all COVID-19 related entry protocols, including but not limited to pre-departure testing, arrival testing and quarantine.
All passengers regardless of vaccination and recovery status are not required to present a negative PCR test certificate before departure.
Effective 20 February 2022, all arriving in the kingdom of Bahrain do not need to conduct a PCR test upon arrival.
Effective 20 February 2022, the Kingdom of Bahrain lifts all quarantine restrictions for arriving passengers.
There are updates to travel eligibility.
Visa on arrival services for nationals of the following countries are now available at Shahjalal Internation Airport in Dhaka:
Passengers who are not fully vaccinated must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours before departure.
Children below 12 years old are exempt from the COVID 19 PCR test requirement but must follow the requirements that apply to their accompanying family members.
Please refer to the Vaccination requirements section for more details.
Travellers who have received the required doses (single/double dose) of a WHO approved COVID-19 vaccine and carry a valid vaccination certificate are not required to present a pre-departure COVID-19 test certificate to enter Bangladesh.
Travellers who have not received the required doses (single/double dose) of a COVID-19 vaccine must present a COVID-19 RT-PCR test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours before departure.
From 25 April 2022 until further notice:
Connecting passengers who leave the airport during their transit period must have a new HDF filled up before their next check-in.
Passengers who present COVID-19 symptoms at the airport must contact the health desk before proceeding to Immigration.
From 23 May 2022, there are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Belgium. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements and required documents.
From 1 April 2022, fully vaccinated passengers with proof of vaccination will no longer be required to complete the Travellers Health Declaration (DSV) or test for COVID 19 to be accepted for travel to Brazil.
Passengers who are not required to present proof of vaccination must take a COVID-19 RT PCR test within 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or a COVID-19 antigen test at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The negative COVID-19 RT PCR or antigen test result must be presented at check in to be accepted on the flight. The test result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish.
International transit passengers must follow the rules of their final destination.
Passengers who have been infected with COVID-19 in the last 90 days, counted from the date that symptoms were first detected, who are asymptomatic but still test positive during RT-PCR testing will be accepted for travel provided they present the following documents:
Children below 12 years old who are travelling accompanied are exempt from presenting a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR or antigen test result, provided that all companions present vaccination certificates or negative COVID-19 RT-PCR or antigen test results.
Children 2 to 12 years old who are travelling unaccompanied must present a negative COVID-19 result for an RT-PCR or antigen test taken one day before the moment of boarding.
Travellers must present printed or electronic proof of vaccination with a vaccine approved by the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA) or by the World Health Organization or by the authorities of their departure country at check in, and at least 14 days must have passed since they received the last required dose.
Passengers 12 years old and above must present proof of vaccination against COVID-19.
Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Benin, Burkina-Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Iraq, Kenya, Kiribati, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Iran, Uganda, Tanzania, Vanuatu, Yemen and Zambia
The list of countries are subject to change. Please refer to the for the latest information.
There are changes to the vaccination requirements for domestic and outbound travel from Canada.
From 20 June 2022, passengers are no longer required to present a vaccination certificate for domestic travel or travel outside of Canada unless required by their final destination.
Vaccination requirements for travel to Canada still apply.
All fully vaccinated foreign nationals are eligible to enter Canada by air for discretionary travel, as long as all other entry requirements are met. must be completed prior to boarding a flight to Canada and the receipt must be presented at check in
All passengers may be subject to COVID-19 safety measures implemented by the local authority of their destination or by the federal government. Passengers may be fined if they provide confirmation that they know to be false or misleading.
All passengers may be required to present a suitable quarantine plan or their contact information and may be fined for not doing so.
Passengers are to present information related to their COVID-19 vaccination and evidence of COVID-19 vaccination at check in or on arrival in Canada. Passengers may be denied permission to board the aircraft and may be liable to a fine if they don’t do so.
Passengers may be denied permission to board the aircraft if:
Passengers may be liable to a monetary penalty if they provide answers, with respect to the health check or a confirmation, that they know to be false or misleading.
For further information on the latest updates please refer to the News Release.
From 1 April 2022, fully vaccinated travellers will no longer be required to present a pre-departure COVID-19 test certificate to enter Canada.
All unvaccinated travellers 5 years old or older travelling to Canada by air must provide proof of one of the following accepted types of test results:
Passengers may be denied permission to board the aircraft if they are unable to provide evidence that they received a result for a COVID-19 molecular test or a rapid antigen test.
The 72-hour timeline is from the date the test is taken, and not when the result is issued and is applicable from the time of departure to Canada and not the first point of departure.
Passengers who have previously tested positive for COVID-19 are required to provide proof of a positive COVID-19 molecular test conducted between 14 and 180 days prior to departure, instead of a negative COVID-19 molecular test. A positive COVID-19 test issued within 11 days and 180 days of departure from India will not be accepted.
Children who are younger than 5 years old are not required to test, regardless of their vaccination status.
Passengers are considered fully vaccinated if they meet the below conditions:
All travellers must submit their information to ArriveCAN within 72 hours before arrival in Canada, including their contact information, quarantine plan, vaccination information and a COVID-19 symptom self assessment.
Please note that foreign nationals seeking to board a flight to Canada who are fully vaccinated but show an ArriveCAN receipt without an “I” or “V” should resubmit their ArriveCAN submission with two images of their vaccination certificate/record and select “discretionary/optional travel by fully vaccinated foreign national(s)” as the purpose of travel.
Passengers who do not meet the requirements to be considered as fully vaccinated travellers must be prepared to quarantine for 14 days.
If you're travelling to or transiting through Dubai, please check the travel requirements for Dubai, the requirements of your final destination, and the departure requirements below set by the Canadian government.
All flight passengers, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask throughout their journey.
From 20 June 2022, travellers will no longer be required to present a vaccination certificate for travel outside of Canada unless required by their destination.
Effective 30 November, travellers 12 years old and older departing from Canadian airports must be fully vaccinated in order to travel.
To board your flight, all passengers 12 years old or older must:
Foreign nationals who don’t qualify as fully vaccinated and who don’t permanently reside in Canada will be allowed to depart Canada up until 31 August 2022. They must also show proof of a valid COVID-19 test result at the time of boarding. After 31 August, foreign nationals will need to be fully vaccinated in order to board a flight or train to depart Canada.
All travellers are strongly advised to make plans to get vaccinated as soon as they can in order to travel freely in and outside the country.
The vaccination requirements apply to all travellers from 12 years, four months old, who are air passengers flying on domestic, trans‑border or international flights departing from most airports in Canada. Please visit the for detailed information.
COVID-19 PCR testing can now be done at a designated facility “Switch Health”, which promises a quick return of the test results as well as an applicable discount for Emirates passengers using EMIRATES SH code. Click here for FAQ’s and refer to the official website to get more details and make an appointment. Emirates passengers can now take their COVID-19 PCR tests at Marine Medical USA at a special discount using the EMIRATES NA. Visit the official website for more details and to book an appointment.
Clicking on the link will take you to a site outside the Emirates network. Emirates is not responsible for the content of this site, including any products and services offered, and emirates.com privacy and accessibility policies don't apply.
Holding visas or residence permits still valid effective from 00:00 local time, 28 March 2020, including APEC Business Travel Cards, are temporarily suspended entry into mainland China.
Effective 28 September 2020, passengers with a residence permit issued by China (People's Rep.) with the purpose “work”, “personal matters” and “reunion” are allowed to enter.
Residence Permits issued for “students” and “journalists” are not allowed to enter.
The following visa policies are suspended as well: 24/72/144-hour-visa-free transit policy, Hainan 30-day visa-free policy, 15-day visa-free policy specified for foreign cruise/group tours through Shanghai Port, Guangdong 144 hour visa free policy specified for foreign tour groups from Hong Kong or Macao SAR, and Guangxi 15-day visa-free policy-specified for foreign tour groups of ASEAN countries.
Entry with diplomatic, service, courtesy or C visas will not be affected.
Entry by foreign nationals with visas/resident permits issued after 00:00 GMT 27 March 2020 will not be affected.
Foreign nationals with permanent residence cards (ZHONG GUO LV KA or China Green Cards) will not be affected.
Transiting to China via UAE on Emirates is not allowed.
Departures from Dubai
If you are travelling to China, you are required to take a double COVID-19 PCR test and antibody blood IgM test before departure. You will also need to self‑quarantine for 14 days before your flight’s scheduled departure.
All passengers, except children below the age of 1, must report to the Dubai Airport Terminal 3, Car Park check-in area between 1800 and 1900hrs (Dubai local time) to undergo an additional RT-PCR test 8 hours before flight departure. Passengers must remain at the Car Park check-in area to await the results. Once an SMS is received with a negative test result, please make sure to collect a printed copy of your RT-PCR PCR test certificate and proceed to the check-in counter in the same area.
All passengers (Chinese and foreign nationals) must complete the China Customs Health Declaration via the , or as applicable. At check-in, passengers must present the QR code as proof that they have submitted the personal health declaration form. Printed forms will not be accepted.
The Customs Health Declaration QR code is valid for 24 hours before arrival in China.
All passengers arriving in Guangzhou must undergo a Nucleic Acid Test (NAT) and a 14-day quarantine in designated facilities for medical observation at the passenger’s own expense. This will be followed by additional 7 days of mandatory home quarantine.
From 7 March 2022, fully vaccinated passengers are not required to take a pre departure COVID 19 test for travel to Cote d’Ivoire.
Passengers who are not fully vaccinated, except children under below 12 years old, travelling to Abidjan from any country must have a valid printed negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken not more than 72 hours before arrival. A certificate from any government approved laboratory is acceptable.
All arriving passengers are required to undergo a free COVID-19 antigen testing upon arrival.
All departing passengers who require a COVID-19 PCR test for their final destination must conduct the test at a government designated laboratory. From 20 September 2021 the COVID‑19 PCR certificate must include a QR code.
The COVID-19 test cost is 25,000 FCFA payable online.
Passengers travelling from Abidjan must take the required pre-departure tests at designated testing centres approved by Institute Pasteur.
From 1 June 2022, there are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Cyprus. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
From 9 April 2022, there are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Czech Republic. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Denmark. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a COVID-19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
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Follow the latest travel advice for tourists travelling to, through and from Dubai(Opens page in the same tab). The information changes frequently so please check back before you travel.
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Egypt. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID 19 vaccination certificate or a COVID 19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements.
Visa on arrival services are available for eligible passengers provided they apply for OK to board approval before travelling to Ethiopia.
All passengers arriving in Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa Bole International Airport must meet one of the following conditions:
Passengers who are positive for COVID-19 will not be accepted for travel to Ethiopia.
For returning passengers, the COVID-19 RT-PCR test certificate issued in Ethiopia will not be accepted for their return journey.
Full vaccination means at least two weeks have passed since the passengers received a single dose of Johnson and Johnson, and 2 doses of AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Moderna, and Pfizer.
Passengers are considered recovered from COVID-19 7 days after a positive RT-PCR or antigen RDT test if they are asymptomatic. Passengers who present symptoms of COVID-19 will be considered recovered 7 days after symptoms presented and an additional 3 days without symptoms.
If you are travelling from Ethiopia, you may be required to take a COVID-19 PCR test and submit additional documentation before departure. Please check the requirements of your specific destination before travel.
Please check if you are allowed entry to France before you travel. If you are travelling to France, you may be required to take a COVID-19 PCR test before departure and fill out required forms before arrival.
From 4 December 2021, the following requirements apply based on country categories:
EU and French nationals will not be required to present compelling reasons for travel to France but must comply with the requirements for the country category they are travelling from, as well as their vaccination status. Details on requirements can be found in the COVID-19 testing requirements section.
All country categories
The compelling reasons and quarantine requirements that apply to adults according to their vaccination status also apply to accompanying passengers below 18 years old, regardless of the minor’s vaccination status.
The requirements per country category apply to your point of origin. This also applies to transit passengers with up to 24 hours connection time. If your transit exceeds 24 hours, the transfer country’s category (Green/Orange/Red) will apply.
Transiting passengers will be required to provide two boarding passes (from the origin as well as transfer airport) at the immigration in France.
Passengers who require a compelling reason must present supporting documents for compelling professional, personal and emergency reasons to travel to be accepted on flights. Passengers must also present a print out of the completed necessary forms for compelling reasons to authorities.
Compelling reasons of a personal or family nature:
Compelling reason for health:
Compelling professional reasons:
Passengers are required to change their face masks every 4 hours. This is applicable on board and at airport premises.
Effective 4 December 2021, passengers from the UAE who are above 12 years old can travel to France under these conditions:
They must present one of the following documents:
From 4 December 2021, the following requirements apply based on country categories:
Vaccinated passengers are under no restrictions when entering metropolitan France.
Unvaccinated persons travelling from an “orange” list country must have a compelling reason to justify the need for their trip.
If already vaccinated, the following rules apply:
If you are not vaccinated:
Vaccinated passengers and non-vaccinated passengers coming from an orange country must also carry a sworn statement attesting to the absence of symptoms of COVID-19 infection and contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in English or in French .
Non-vaccinated passengers coming from an orange country must also complete the following forms before check in:
It is now possible for all vaccinated passengers to travel to all countries, whether classified as green, orange or red, without a compelling reason or quarantine on return.
In cooperation with BIOGROUP laboratories, Emirates has simplified procedures so you can take COVID-19 PCR test with confidence before you travel. Find the testing facility closest to you on the . Present your ticket or booking confirmation and the costs of the test will be covered by health insurance for French nationals or medical cases only. You should receive your test results within 48 hours after the sample is taken. Please note that Emirates is not liable for the samples, their transfer and analysis as carried out under the full responsibility of BIOGROUP, nor for any delay in the release of test results.
Update to COVID-19 entry requirements.
From 11 Jun 2022, there are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Germany. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or COVID 19 test result, and do not have to complete a passenger locator form to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
All passengers must meet the general immigration requirements (e.g. passport validity, visa, etc.).
Due to reciprocity reservations this does not apply to passengers who have resided and last stayed in the following states: China.
Entry for passengers travelling to Germany from China is only permitted for people who have an urgent need to travel to Germany; all non-essential travel is prohibited. This is also applicable to fully vaccinated passengers.
Passengers from the age 12 years, including transit passengers, who have stayed in an area of Variants of Concern (VOV) during the last 10 days prior to entry to Germany must have proof of a COVID-19 PCR, POC NAT or equivalent test for the detection of SARS COV 2. Proof of vaccination, a negative antigen test or proof of recovery of SARS COV 2 alone will not be accepted.
A proof of negative test for SARS COV 2 is subject to additional random checks by the federal police / competent authority at destination airport in Germany.
Passengers arriving to Germany from a must hold a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate, POC-NAT or equivalent. The sample collection for the test must not be more than 48 hours before the time of departure.
Proof of vaccination, a negative antigen test or proof of recovery of SARS‑COV‑2 alone will not be accepted.
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements.
Effective 20 December 2021, a travel ban is in place for all passengers arriving to Ghana from Malta.
Passengers arriving from Israel on humanitarian reasons or during official travels will be accepted. Passengers in this category must request permission to travel from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration.
From 00:00 hours (UTC) on 16 April 2022 the following process will apply:
1. Before entering Ghana All international passengers including those from the ECOWAS region, intending to fly to Ghana must be fully vaccinated.
2. Arriving Passengers - Travellers Entering Ghana
Ghanaians and Foreign Residents:
Ghanaians and ECOWAS citizens – USD 50
Foreign Residents – USD 150
All partially vaccinated or unvaccinated Ghanaians and Foreign Residents travelling to Ghana are required to take a COVID 19 test from accredited labs on the or , and verify their results via the Trusted Travel platform before check in. The Travel Code issued online must presented at check in to confirm that the results are still valid at the time of travel.
All Arriving passengers will undergo temperature screening, Yellow Fever Card verification and COVID-19 vaccination certificate verification as required.
3. Transit Passengers
All passengers 18 years old and above arriving in Ghana will be required to provide proof of complete vaccination against COVID-19 at check-in.
Ghana nationals and foreign residents who are partially vaccinated or unvaccinated will be accepted for travel to Ghana but must be vaccinated on arrival or undergo mandatory quarantine for 7 days.
All other cases will be considered on a case by case basis.
Vaccination will be offered to pregnant women. Moderna or Pfizer BioNTech are the recommended vaccines for pregnant women.
Passengers with a vaccination certificate must still undergo the required pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test.
You are considered fully vaccinated when you have taken the full dose of vaccines approved and registered by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) Ghana or the World Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Use Listing
Passengers who have been vaccinated with vaccines on the WHO Emergency Use Listing but not registered by FDA Ghana for use will be offered one of the FDA Ghana approved vaccines on arrival at the airport.
Definition of fully vaccinated: A person is said to be fully vaccinated when they have taken the full dose of vaccines approved and registered by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), Ghana. The first dose of Johnson and Johnson and a second dose of all other approved vaccines should be taken at least 14 days prior to embarkation to qualify as fully vaccinated.
Pre arrival process for passengers travelling to Ghana
Travelling with pets into Ghana is allowed in line with guidelines of the Veterinary Services Directorate of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
How to upload the vaccination card on the PanaBIOS trusted travel platform:
There are changes to the travel protocol for passengers traveling to/via Dubai. If you're travelling to, from or transiting through Dubai, please check our Travel requirements for Dubai(Opens page in the same tab).All passengers travelling to international destinations that require PCR test certificates must create an account and register on the and take COVID-19 tests only at laboratories that have the Trusted Travel (TT) logo next to their name on the platform. On the check in page, search for accredited laboratories by entering Ghana as your origin country. You must also present the Trusted Travel test (TT) code at check in and to Port Health Authorities to confirm that the test was taken at an accredited laboratory.
Only original stamped and signed printed copies of COVID-19 PCR test certificates with a scannable QR code from the below approved laboratories will be accepted for travel:
Passengers are required to wear face masks in all airport terminals and ancillary buildings.
Approved test laboratories for all Emirates network when PCR test certificate is required: :
Please note if a 48-hour PCR test is required it must be taken after 7:00 p.m. 2 days before the scheduled departure.
Requirements for check in at Kotoka International Airport
Accra check in times for COVID-19 formalities (all dates/times are local):
Passengers are advised to arrive at the airport at least 4 hours before the scheduled departure time.
The UAE government has specified in each of our current destinations. You can either use the recommended laboratories in the list or any trusted and certified laboratories in your country of origin to get your COVID‑19 RT PCR test..
There are changes to travel eligibility and the COVID-19 testing requirements.
There are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Greece. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID 19 vaccination certificate or a COVID 19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
Travel is allowed from all countries provided the requirements for entry are followed.
From 13 March 2022, all nationalities are allowed entry into Guinea provided they complete the following requirements on arrival.
Passengers who are fully vaccinated must present proof that they have complete the required doses of the any of the following vaccines:
Fully vaccinated passengers are not required to present a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test.
Passengers unvaccinated or partially vaccinated must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken not more than 72 hours before travel.
Travellers who present a COVID-19 recovery certificate dated less than six months are not required to present a vaccination certificate on arrival.
Passengers between the ages of 5 and 18 years are exempt from the vaccination requirement but must take a PCR test not more than 72 hours before entry into Conakry.
Any passenger who presents symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g. fever, cough, difficulty breathing, sneezing, poor general condition, etc.) on arrival will undergo a standard diagnostic test (PCR) and be isolated while waiting for the test results. If found positive for COVID-19, the traveller will be treated at a dedicated processing centre.
All passengers must complete the health declaration form provided on board
All passengers must provide a telephone number for health services to monitor them for fourteen days from their day of arrival.
Changes to COVID-19 testing as well as transit rules.
Travel to Hong Kong is restricted to specific categories of passengers. Please check the requirements below before you travel.
Specific conditions and requirements apply to passengers arriving in Hong Kong from specified destinations. Please for eligibility and mandatory quarantine requirements before you travel to Hong Kong.
British National (Overseas) passport cannot be used for immigration clearance in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong residents concerned may continue to use their HKSAR Passports or Hong Kong Permanent Identity Cards for entering or departing Hong Kong.
Hong Kong residents returning to Hong Kong must present their HKSAR Passports or Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card to be accepted for travel.
Hong Kong permanent residents who are not of Chinese nationality and do not hold other valid travel documents may apply to the Immigration Department for Document of Identity for Visa Purposes for international travel.
Documentary requirements for boarding:
Passengers who are required to take a pre-departure test must undergo a PCR based nucleic acid test for COVID-19, and check the specific validity requirements for their country of departure.
Accepted COVID-19 PCR test related documents:
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:
A confirmed booking in English or Chinese at hotels in Hong Kong is mandatory for all passengers (except diplomats). Please check the government website for mandatory quarantine requirements before you travel to Hong Kong. It is mandatory that the booking is with one of the government designated hotels.
In view of the global developments and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the Government is implementing new control measures, including mandating all returnees arriving from countries outside China via the Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) to undergo compulsory quarantine at .
The sea air ferry operations from China have resumed effective 28 October 2020, while the operations from Macao remains cancelled. Passengers will not be accepted on flights if they are connecting further by ferry to China or Macao.
The transfer/transit services at HKIA from ports in Mainland China has resumed. 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 onward boarding passes and baggage is tagged through to their 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 72 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.
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Hungary. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or COVID-19 test result, and do not have to complete a passenger locator form to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
There are changes to travel eligibility.
Please check your eligibility(Opens page in the same tab) before travelling to India. Specific entry requirements may apply to you.
Passengers are subject to random testing on arrival at the airport and must pay the appropriate fees:
|Airport||Rapid PCR||RT PCR|
|Ahmedabad (AMD)||INR 2,700||INR 400|
|Bangalore (BLR)||INR 3,000||Free|
|Chennai (MAA)||INR 2,900||INR 600|
|Delhi (DEL)||INR 2,900||INR 300|
|Hyderabad (HYD)||Not Available||INR 500|
|Kerala (COK/TRV)||INR 1,200||Free|
|Kolkata (CCU)||INR 2,900||INR 500|
|Mumbai (BOM)||INR 1,975||INR 500|
Specific requirements for other destination:
All passengers must present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report for a test taken within 72 hours before travel or a vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 15 days before arrival. The vaccination certificate must be issued from India, UAE or from the specified countries list on the , the Ministry of External Affairs website and Air Suvidha Portal.
Passengers are subject to random testing on arrival at the airport. Passengers selected for testing will submit the samples and be allowed to leave the airport. Passengers who test positive will be treated/isolated according to current guidelines.
Children below 5 years old are exempt from both pre-departure and on-arrival testing.
All passengers must carry a copy of the below documents:
All passengers must self-monitor their health for the next 14 days after arrival.
If travellers under self-health monitoring develop signs and symptoms of COVID-19, they must immediately self-isolate and report to their nearest health facility or call the national helpline number 1075 or the state helpline number.
Adding 12 more countries eligible for a visa on arrival from 30 May 2022.
Removal of the GPDRR 2022 travel condition
From 30 May 2022, the following categories of passengers are exempt from the entry restriction:
International to international transit/transfer through Jakarta (CGK) airport is now allowed for a maximum of 6 hours. International to domestic transfer is allowed and travellers must present all entry requirements at the first port of entry.
International to international transit or transfer through Denpasar (DPS) airport is now allowed for a maximum of 8 hours. Between 02.00-07.00LT, the airport closure period, international to international transit or transfer passengers must clear CIQ and must fulfil DPS entry requirements.
International air travel is only allowed at airports in Jakarta (CGK), Manado (MDC), Surabaya (SUB), Denpasar Bali (DPS), Batam (BTH), Tanjung Pinang (TNJ), Lombok International Airport (LOP), Medan (KNO), Ujung Pandang (UPG) and Yogyakarta (YIA).
Between 4 June and 15 August 2022, airports in Banda Aceh (BTJ), Padang (PDG), Palembang (PLM), Solo (SOC), Banjarmasin (BDJ) and Balikpapan (BPN) will be opened only for Hajj flights.
Visa free entry or visa on arrival is only allowed through CGK, DPS, KNO, SUB, UPG, MDC, YIA, BTH and LOP.
Visa free entry for tourists only applies to citizens of South East Asian Countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Visa on arrival for tourists only applies to nationals of 72 countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, India, Ireland Republic, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor Leste, Tunis, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom (British citizens only), United States of America and Vietnam.
Passengers who are eligible for visa free entry or visa on arrival can stay for 30 days and must comply with the following requirements:
Foreign nationals who have an emergency passport, temporary passport, travel document or laissez passer are not eligible for visa on arrival services.
Foreign nationals from countries not specified can visit Indonesia by applying for a visit visa or limited stay visa before arrival.
Visit visa and limited stay visa can apply to the following purposes:
A. Visit Visa
B. Limited Stay Visa
Visit visas and limited stay visas are granted by the Director General of Immigration in the form of an electronic visa (eVisa). Visit visas with an eVisa Number ending in DN cannot be used for entry, as this code is for a visa extension for foreign nationals who have entered Indonesia and are currently staying in Indonesia (On Shore Visa). Visit visa numbers to enter Indonesia should end with LN (Off Shore Visa).
Diplomatic visa and official visa are regulated by Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Holders of diplomatic and service passports from can enter Indonesia with the free visa facility if the visit purpose of the visit is related to diplomatic or official visits with supporting documents:
Pre departure COVID 19 RT PCR testing is no longer required for travel to Indonesia. Indonesian and foreign nationals must be fully vaccinated to be accepted for travel. Partially or unvaccinated Indonesian nationals and foreign nationals will be accepted for travel without a negative COVID 19 RT PCR test certificate but will be subject to RT PCR testing and quarantine on arrival. A mandatory 5-day hotel booking is required.
Passengers who have been infected with COVID 19 and have a medical recovery certificate are not required to present a COVID 19 vaccination certificate or pre departure RT PCR test certificate. The certificate must be issued by an authorised health agency and clearly state that the passenger is no longer infectious.
Passengers who present COVID 19 symptoms on arrival in Bali and Jakarta might be subject to RT PCR testing at the airport. All passengers, except Indonesian citizens, who are requested to take an on arrival RT PCR test must pay the IDR 275,000 fee.
All foreign nationals must present a printed or digital COVID-19 vaccine certificate confirming that they have been fully vaccinated 14 days before departure. If the certificate is not in English, English translation must be provided.
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Indonesian nationals and foreign nationals can be accepted for travel to Indonesia but must undergo a 5 day quarantine on arrival. RT-PCR testing will be conducted on arrival and/or at the quarantine facility. Passengers must have a confirmed hotel booking.
Foreign nationals between 6 and 17 years old who have a Limited Stay Permit (ITAS), Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP), Diplomatic Stay Permit and Official Stay Permit may undergo vaccination in Indonesia
Exemptions to presenting a COVID-19 vaccine certificate apply to:
Indonesia recognizes all COVID-19 vaccines, as long as the vaccine is approved by the country in which it has been administered.
Fully vaccinated passengers are not required to quarantine on arrival in Indonesia.
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Indonesian nationals and foreign nationals must book a hotel for a mandatory 5 day quarantine, take an RT-PCR test on arrival and/or take a second RT PCR test on day 4 of quarantine. If the result of the second RT PCR test is negative, they can continue on their journey.
Children below 18 years old who require special attention must follow the quarantine rules that apply to their adult companion.
Passengers who can’t be vaccinated due to a medical condition must present an official medical certificate. Passengers under this category will not be required to quarantine.
Partially vaccinated or non-vaccinated Indonesian overseas workers, Indonesian students, Indonesian citizens representing Indonesia in International events/championships and Indonesian government employees returning from overseas duty must arrive in Jakarta, Surabaya or Manado and undergo quarantine at a dedicated facility. COVID-19 RT-PCR testing and quarantine for these passengers will be paid for by the government, while all other categories of Indonesian citizen must book a hotel for a period of required quarantine.
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Indonesian nationals may be exempt from quarantine in an emergency, such as a health condition affecting life, requiring special attention or a direct family member passed away. Requests for exemption must be submitted to the National Task Force at least 3 days before arrival.
Passengers who request a COVID-19 RT-PCR comparison test can complete the test at one of the appointed laboratories such as Cipto Mangunkusomo General Hospital Centre (RSCM), Army Hospital Centre Gatot Subroto (RSPAD), or Indonesian Police Hospital Centre Raden Said Sukanto (RS. POLRI), Health Research and Development Agency (Balitbangkes), or other Regional Government Laboratory. The passenger has to complete form provided by port health authorities and take the test at their own expense.
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing and vaccination requirements.
Entry to Iran is allowed only for Iranian nationals and foreign nationals who have any of the following:
Eligible passengers must apply for the Entry Visa online and receive approval before travelling to Iran.
All passengers over 12 years old should be fully vaccinated or have a negative COVID 19 RT-PCR test certificate for a test taken not more than 72 hours before departure to be accepted for travel to Iran. You are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after you receive the final required dose of any COVID-19 vaccine.
The test certificate must be in English. Certificates that are not in English must be certified by an Iranian consulate.
Returning passengers who left Iran after 6 April 2022 are required to take the pre departure COVID 19 PCR test.
Nationals of Iran who left Iran after 6 April 2022 may present a negative COVID 19 RT PCR test taken no more than 72 hours from the first embarkation point.
Passengers will be screened on arrival. Passengers showing symptoms of COVID‑19 will be retested at their own expense (equivalent to IRR 2,500,000).
Passengers must be fully vaccinated to be accepted for travel to Iran or have a negative PCR test certificate. All vaccines are accepted.
All passengers regardless of point of origin or nationality must complete the COVID-19 screening self declaration form, which will be available on board, and present it to the health representatives on arrival.
All costs for the COVID 19 PCR test (around USD 17) as well as hotel quarantine charges (around USD 30 per night) will be at the passenger’s expense.
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements and the rules for travelling from Iraq.
Passengers holding a paper visa and one way ticket require OK to board approval. To get OK to board approval, they must submit copies of their passport, flight booking reference and visa 48 hours before their date of travel. The required documents must be submitted to:
The following passengers can travel to Iraq without OK to board to board approval:
Children under age of 10 departing or arriving to Iraq are exempt from COVID 19 PCR test requirements
Children from 10 to 12 of age required PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.
Passengers who can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons must present a medical certificate stating their condition. Unvaccinated passengers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours of departure.
COVID-19 test certificates must be in Arabic or English.
Entry exceptions are granted for Diplomats, Official Government Delegations and working employees of International Organizations and Associations.
From 1 April 2022, all passengers 12 years old and above (Iraqi or non Iraqi) travelling to/from Iraq must have a vaccination certificate indicating that the passenger has received at least one dose of the (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine or of 2 COVID 19 vaccine doses for the rest of the types. COVID 19 vaccination certificates without QR or IQ codes will be accepted for travel
Exemptions from the vaccination requirement:
From 1 April 2022, all passengers 12 years old and above (Iraqi or non Iraqi) travelling to/from Iraq must have a vaccination certificate indicating that the passenger has received at least one dose of the (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine or 2 doses of a 3-dose COVID 19 vaccine. COVID 19 vaccination certificates without QR or IQ codes will be accepted for travel.
Exemptions from the vaccination requirement:
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Ireland. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID‑19 vaccination certificate, COVID‑19 test result or complete the Passenger Locator Form.
Travel to United Kingdom through Ireland
Please follow the regulations mentioned on the Travel to United Kingdom section(Opens page in the same tab) of the travel requirements page, in addition to the regulations for Ireland.
Travellers who develop COVID‑19 symptoms while in Ireland should follow the HSE guidance for isolation and antigen or PCR testing as appropriate.
Emirates passengers can undergo COVID 19 testing at the following facilities.
Emirates passengers can undergo COVID 19 testing at the following facilities. Find the testing facility closest to you and present your Emirates ticket or booking confirmation. You should receive your test results within 96 hours after the sample is taken. Emirates is not liable for the samples, their transfer and analysis as carried out under the full responsibility of these laboratories, nor for any delay in the release of test results.
Update to entry conditions and required documents for Israel with from 07 June 2022.
There are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Israel. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID 19 vaccination certificate or a COVID 19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted. Further information can be found .
Israeli citizens and foreign citizens holding entry visas / tourists – are allowed to enter Israel (subject to country / visa requirements).
Both a digital and a physical copy can be presented. A health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19 is required for non-Israeli citizens. This guidance does not apply to:
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Italy. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a COVID-19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
All passengers from any country and area will be denied entry into Japan until further notice.
The following exceptions apply:
For special exceptional circumstances and new entry, please refer to the Japan Foreign Affairs website.
All visas issued before 2 December 2021 have been suspended until further notice except for spouses of Japanese nationals, spouses of permanent residents, and diplomats. Further exceptions may apply. Please consult with your local Japanese embassy. Entry into Japan is subject to approval by the local Immigration at the Arrival Passport Control.
All passengers arriving in Japan, including Japanese nationals, must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours of departure. The negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate presented to Japanese immigration officers must meet the approved format and can be downloaded in Japanese and English, Arabic, Spanish, French, German, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Urdu and Ukrainian
The certificate must have the passenger’s name and passport number or name and date of birth. Nationality is optional.
A certificate, whether in paper (including a copy) or electronic form, is valid as long as it can be verified that the content of the certificate is accepted. However, a certificate will not be valid if the contents can be changed by the applicant (for example, in Word, Excel, e-mail text) or if the contents required to verify the certificate (specimen, test method, etc.) are indistinct.
If the certificate does not meet the requirements, passengers will not be accepted to board the flight to Japan. Using the format approved by the Japanese government for the certificate is highly recommended. But if this is not possible, all the mandatory items should be covered on the certificate.
The following tests will be accepted:
The sample should be taken by Nasopharyngeal/ Nasopharynx (Swab/Smear), Rhinopharyngeal/ Rhinopharynx (Swab/Smear), (Deep throat) Saliva, Nasal Swab and Nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal (throat) (Swab/Smear). Antigen test, rapid antigen test, antibody test are not accepted. For details of the test requirement, please refer here:
The following categories of passengers are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate:
Passengers returning to/entering Japan are recommended to complete the online quarantine questionnaire prior arrival (Internet access is required) and the QR code issued on website must be presented to a quarantine officer at the arrival airport. If an internet connection is not accessible, then a printed version is acceptable by immigration.
All passengers arriving into Japan must have a smartphone and are required to install the following apps and set the device to Save Location Information (a setting on Google Maps, etc.) preferably before arrival to minimise the waiting time after arrival: Overseas Entrants Locator – OEL (Location information confirming app), Skype or MySOS (video call app), COVID-19 contact confirming application (COCOA – contact confirming app).
MySOS Fast Track
Passengers can register and download all required documents in the MySOS app at least 16 hours before arrival to avoid delays in processing for quarantine.
Passengers who do not have a smartphone, or whose smartphone does not permit the download of the required apps, will be required to rent a smartphone upon arrival in Japan.
Rental fee: the fee per smartphone is approximately 4,000 yen for the 7-day self-quarantine period, inclusive of tax.
Form of payment: only cash (Japanese yen) and credit cards will be accepted.
Families and children: all passengers 13 years of age or older will be required to rent a smartphone if the requirement stated above is applicable. Children 12 years or younger will be exempted.
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Jordan. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination and quarantine.
There are changes to COVID-19 testing and quarantine requirements.
All fully vaccinated passengers travelling to Kenya are not required to take a pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test.
All eligible unvaccinated travellers except children below 5 years old who are arriving at any port of entry into Kenya must have a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours before departure.
Eligible unvaccinated travellers except children below 5 years old who arriving at any point of entry are subject to rapid antigen testing on arrival at their own cost of USD 30 USD. Travellers who test positive on arrival are subject to PCR testing at their own cost of USD 50 and must self-isolate.
Printed COVID 19 test results and vaccination certificates will not be accepted on arrival in Kenya. Passengers must upload their documents on Global Haven before check in. All passengers below 5 years old are exempt from the COVID 19 PCR testing requirements.
All passengers travelling to Kenya must present proof of vaccination.
Returning unvaccinated Kenyans who have difficulties accessing vaccines in their current country of residence must be prepared to be vaccinated immediately upon entry and must register for vaccination on the before departure. Proof of registration will be required before entry into the country.
All passengers below 18 years old are exempt from the COVID-19 vaccination requirements.
Passengers who cannot be vaccinated due to medical reason must provide a letter detailing their condition from a recognised medical practitioner.
Passengers who have recovered from an active COVID-19 infection or received convalescent plasma in the last 90 days before travel must provide a letter of recovery from a recognised medical practitioner.
Unvaccinated travellers except children below 5 years old are subject to rapid antigen testing on arrival at their own cost of USD 30. Passengers who test positive on arrival must take a PCR test at their own cost of USD 50 and must self-isolate.
Passengers travelling from Kenya must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
All passengers travelling out of Kenya are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate as per the requirements of their transit point or destination.
The COVID-19 RT PCR test must be conducted at a government approved laboratory and must have a Trusted Travel (TT) code with their COVID-19 PCR test results. Passengers must carry a printed copy of the certificate upon departure.
For test exemptions and full requirements for Dubai, please check our Travel requirements for Dubai(Opens page in the same tab).
There are restrictions to the categories of passengers who can enter South Korea at this time. Please check the requirements before you travel.
Registered foreigners who exited South Korea from 1 June 2020 and who are seeking re-entry must apply for a re-entry permit.
Travel from countries in the Middle East, including the UAE with connecting flights on Korean Air (KE) from Incheon (ICN) to Hong Kong (HKG) is not allowed. Passengers transiting from other areas through Dubai will be accepted for travel.
Connection to China via Incheon, Korea, is not allowed due to the lack of COVID-19 PCR testing facilities in the transit area. Passengers must have a visa and stay in South Korea for 7 days before taking a COVID-19 PCR test at two different hospitals, both with negative results, to continue their journey to China.
The following flights from Incheon (ICN) are suspended until further notice:
Passengers connecting to Cambodia on Korean Air (KE) or Asiana Airlines (OZ) are required to hold a COVID-19 PCR test certificate signed by a doctor and stamped by the lab. The COVID-19 PCR test certificate must be in English. Foreign nationals whose visa does not fall under the exempted categories must deposit USD 2,000 at a designated bank on arrival and hold a printed FORTE insurance certificate in colour with a minimum medical coverage of USD 50,000.
Connection via Cebu Pacific Air to the Philippines is not allowed.
Passengers are requested to check the websites of the connecting airlines for more information.
Test certificate requirements for all passengers
Nationals of the following countries arriving in Korea with a C 4 1, C 4 3, E 8 1 or E 8 3 visa must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued by a : Philippines, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Mongolia and Uzbekistan.
Seamen travelling from the Philippines or Nepal must present a COVID-19 PCR certificate issued by a test lab or hospital designated by the South Korean embassy in their country.
Registered foreigners who exited the Republic of Korea from 1 June 2020 who are seeking re-entry must apply for a re-entry permit.
From 21 March 2022, all arriving Korean and foreign nationals must submit a printed copy of a negative certificate for a COVID-19 test or upload it on the to be accepted for travel. Passengers must still carry a printed certificate or show on Q-CODE for verification.
This does not apply to Korean and foreign nationals with an exemption certificate for humanitarian reasons or official governmental duty travel.
From 12 February 2022 until further notice, Korean nationals and their foreign spouses, parents and children travelling from Ukraine are allowed to travel without a pre-departure COVID‑19 test certificate.
Korean nationals who test positive for COVID-19 (through nucleic acid amplification method based tests such as RT-PCR, NAATs, etc. and antigen) between 10 and 40 days of their departure date and have recovered are exempt from the pre-departure testing requirement. Recovered passengers must present proof, such as a positive COVID-19 test or release from quarantine or recovery certificate.
From 11 April 2022, foreign nationals on a long-term stay or US Military soldiers or US civilians working for the military who had tested positive for COVID-19 in Korea and are returning within 10 to 40 days of the date when they tested positive for COVID-19 must present proof that they have been released from or their positive test result along with the following documents: residence card, overseas Korean resident card, permanent resident card or ID card of diplomatic mission in Korea, US Military ID Card, A-3 visa verification on the passport for US civilians working for the US military in Korea.
Korean nationals who submit a COVID-19 PCR test certificate that does not meet the requirements on arrival must undergo a 7 day quarantine at a government facility at their own expense of KRW 840,000 (approx. USD 704) when travelling from South Africa and Tanzania.Koreans and foreign residents in this category, who are arriving from other countries, are required to take PCR test at the Public Health Centre near their residence within 1 day after arrival and stay in the residence until they receive the result.
All arriving passengers must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 3 days after arrival.
Korean and long term stay foreign nationals can be tested at public health center, and short term visitors need to be tested at the available test labs/hospitals at own cost.
Korean and foreign nationals with a certificate for quarantine exemption must download Self check Mobile app.
Learn more about the apps and their applicable QR codes.
Exemption for Quarantine with Completed VaccinationFrom 8 Jun 2022, the general quarantine requirement is lifted, and only passengers who arrived with a COVID-19 positive test result or tested positive on arrival with the symptoms are subject to quarantine.
Passengers may be required to pay for their quarantine and treatment.
Full costs will be imposed on violators of the isolation order or interdict of congregation or those who have submitted a forged COVID-19 PCR test certificate regardless of the rules of reciprocity between countries.
From 1 May 2022, there are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Kuwait. Passengers are no longer required to hold a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a COVID-19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
All eligible passengers can travel to Kuwait.
Kuwait nationals and other GCC nationals can now enter Kuwait with their national ID. Only national IDs with a photo will be accepted. Passengers without a picture must present a valid passport.
Visa on arrival facility in Kuwait is available only for Spouses of GCC Nationals and their domestic workers provided they travel along with the sponsor. GCC residence of such passengers should be valid more than 6 months.
Visa on arrival services for all eligible nationalities and passengers with eligible professions are now available at the Kuwait International Airport. Your passport or GCC residence permit (when applicable) must be valid for at 6 months to avail the service.
Non Kuwaiti Nationals can present their Kuwait mobile ID instead of a civil ID along with the passport, provided they have downloaded and registered on the app. The details on their mobile ID must match details on their passport.
Domestic workers under residence type article 20 , who have stayed outside Kuwait for more than 6 months, will be not allowed to enter Kuwait and their residency will be considered invalid.
Other Resident Permit holders who have left Kuwait on or after 1 September 2019 and have stayed outside Kuwait for more than six months can return provided their resident permit/visa is still valid.
Passengers with an article 14 visa stamped on their passport are not allowed to re-enter Kuwait using this visa even if it is still valid. Article 14 visa is an exit permit which cannot be used for re-entry to Kuwait.
Kuwait Nationals and other GCC nationals can travel out from Kuwait to GCC countries using their national ID provided, the destination permits entry using National ID.
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing exemptions.
From 28 March 2022, registration on the MOPH Pass Platform of the Ministry of Public Health is no more required.
All passengers except children below 12 years old, must take a COVID-19 PCR test in an authorised laboratory not more than 48 hours or a rapid antigen test not more than 24 hours between the time the sample was taken and boarding the flight from the country of origin.
1. Passengers will not be required to take a pre-departure PCR or antigen test under one of the following conditions:
2. Passengers who have travelled out of Lebanon and are returning within one week
Visa On Arrival services is partially suspended., Passengers must refer to the Malaysian Embassy in their respective country of departure to confirm VOA eligibility.
Digital Pre-Departure Form
All travellers arriving into Malaysia are required to complete the Digital Pre-Departure Form (DPDF). The DPDF can be found under the ‘Traveller’ icon on the MySejahtera application. The DPDF requests details that are considered critical health information. Travellers must have the DPDF completed before check-in to be allowed to board their flight.
Fully vaccinated travellers will be issued with a Digital Traveller Card upon submission of the DPDF.
Pre departure testing
Fully vaccinated travellers aged 18 and above are exempt from the pre departure testing requirement.
Partially vaccinated travellers are required to provide a negative COVID 19 test certificate for a test taken 2 days before departure. This test can be either RT PCR or a professionally administered rapid antigen test (RTK Ag)
Unvaccinated travellers aged 18 and above are required to provide a negative COVID 19 test certificate for a test taken 2 days before departure. This test can be either RT PCR or a professionally administered rapid antigen test (RTK Ag)
Positive or inconclusive test result
If a traveller’s pre departure test result is positive or inconclusive, they should postpone travel. A positive COVID-19 or inconclusive test result means travellers will not be allowed to check in or board the flight.
Passengers who had been infected with COVID-19
Passengers who had been infected with COVID-19 between 6 and 60 days before travel to Malaysia must undergo a professional RTK antigen test 2 days before departure and upload their results in the MySejahtera app.
Pre departure testing exemptions
Travellers aged 17 and below, regardless of vaccination status, are exempt from the pre departure testing requirement (Passenger age is calculated by birth year, not birth date)
On arrival testing
Fully vaccinated travellers aged 18 and above are exempt from the on-arrival testing requirement.
Partially vaccinated travellers aged 18 and above are required to take a supervised rapid antigen test (RTK-Ag) within 24 hours of arrival. The supervised test can be done at a private clinic or virtually. RTK-Ag testing services are also available at the airport. (The cost of on arrival testing will be borne by the traveller.)
Unvaccinated travellers aged 18 and above are required to take a supervised rapid antigen test (RTK-Ag) within 24 hours of arrival. The supervised test can be done at a private clinic or virtually. RTK-Ag testing services are also available at the airport. (The cost of on arrival testing will be borne by the traveller.)
On arrival testing exemptions
Travellers aged 17 and below, regardless of vaccination status, are exempt from the on arrival testing requirement (Passenger age is calculated by birth year, not birth date)
Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated
Partially and unvaccinated travellers are required to conduct a mandatory 5 days quarantine at their own accommodation. Travellers should either take an RT-PCR test on day 4 of quarantine or a professional rapid antigen test (RTK-Ag) on day 5 of quarantine. If tested the result is negative, travellers shall will be released from quarantine on day 5. If they test positive, travellers must continue to quarantine for another 5 days.
Fully vaccinated travellers aged 18 and above and those 17 and below, regardless of vaccination status, are exempt from quarantine on arrival.
International and domestic transfer passengers
The following are some of airlines Operating from KLIA2.*
*Passengers must check with their onward carrier to verify which terminal they operate from
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Maldives. Passengers are no longer required to have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a COVID-19 test result to enter the country. Quarantine restrictions have also been lifted.
The visa on arrival facility is currently available. Machine readable travel documents/passports with extended validity will not be accepted for travel to the Maldives.
Passengers travelling from Maldives must confirm the COVID-19 PCR test requirements of their destination country and present the test result certificate at check in. Please contact your resort’s guest relations department for assistance with COVID-19 PCR testing, if required.
Passengers travelling from Maldives must complete the online within 72 hours before their flight’s departure. Obtain a QR code and present it to the officials at the entrance to check in, and to Immigration officers on departure.
Entry restrictions to Malta have been revised and travellers will not be required to quarantine on arrival provided they present a valid, recognised COVID-19 vaccination certificate, certificate of recovery or an EU digital COVID certificate for a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test.
Children (including unaccompanied minors) below 12 years old are exempt from COVID 19 RT-PCR testing requirements. All passengers aged 12 years old and above must complete the entry requirements to be accepted for travel to Malta.
The following are the types of COVID-19 test certificates accepted for travel to Malta:
Children (including Unaccompanied minors) below 12 years old are exempt from the COVID-19 RT-PCR testing requirements.
All passengers travelling to Malta without a recognised vaccine certificate must present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result for a test performed within 72 hours before arrival in Malta or a negative rapid antigen test taken not more than 24 hours before arrival in Malta (only in the EU Digital COVID Certificate format).
A negative rapid antigen test result that is not on a EU Digital COVID Certificate and results of self-tests will not be accepted for travel to Malta.
Passengers who have recovered from COVID-19 will be accepted for travel to Malta if they can present a certificate of recovery issued at least 14 days and at most 180 days before arrival in Malta.
The following types of recovery certificates will be accepted for travel:
All passengers 12 years old and above must present a certificate recognised by the public health authorities stating that they have received all the required doses of up to two vaccines authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to be allowed unrestricted entry into Malta. The passenger must have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days and at most 270 days prior to arrival in Malta.
The certificate must be in English or accompanied by a certified English translation.
The vaccination certificate must state that at least 14 and not more than 270 days have passed since the passengers received the last required dose of a vaccine. After 270 days, vaccination certificates must include a booster dose. The validity period does not apply to passengers below 18 years old.
Vaccine certificates indicating that the passengers has received the complete dose of a WHO approved vaccine will now be accepted, provided that the passengers has also received a booster dose of an EMA approved vaccine, or has a valid proof of a negative real- time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test obtained no more than 72 hours before arrival.
Children (including Unaccompanied minors) below 12 years old are exempt from the COVID-19 RT-PCR testing requirements.
Recognised certificates showing recovery from COVID-19 plus one dose of an EMA approved vaccine, as per the vaccination policy of the issuing country, administered at least 14 days prior to arrival in Malta, will also be accepted.
The following certificates will not be accepted for travel to Malta:
Travellers are advised to ensure that all other documents that may be required, such as visas, are in order.
All passengers travelling to Malta who do not have a valid proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or a negative PCR test, must submit to a 7-10 day quarantine at their own expense at a quarantine hotel recognised by the Superintendent of Public Health.
Requests for exemption must be submitted to local health authorities:
Update to required documents.
Transit through Mauritius
If you're transiting through Mauritius;
Vaccinated passengers transiting through Mauritius;
Unvaccinated passengers transiting through Mauritius
Passengers 5 years old and above who are travelling to Madagascar via Mauritius must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours before boarding their first flight.
If you are booked at a registered hotel:
If you are not booked at a registered hotel:
Any passenger known to be Covid-19 positive within 7 days of departure shall not be allowed to board the flight.
At least 14 days must have passed since you received the last required dose of any of the following vaccines: AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria or Covishield), Covaxin, Moderna, Pfizer BioNTech, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik V and Novavax (Nuvaovid,Covavax)
Or at least 28 days have passed since you received a dose of the Janssen vaccine or Sputnik light.
Travellers who have recovered from COVID-19 must present proof of recovery and that they have received at least one dose of any of the approved vaccines at least 14 days before departure.
Passengers under the age of 18 who are:
All unvaccinated passengers must self-isolate for 7 days.
Passengers must wear a surgical or N95/FFP2 mask during the flight and at the airport.
If you're travelling from Mauritius, you may be required to take a COVID-19 PCR test and submit additional documentation (fill PLF /Download APP among others) before departure. Please check the requirements before you travel.
It is mandatory for passengers to confirm the COVID‑19 PCR testing requirements of their specific destination and present the test result certificate at check in.
COVID‑19 PCR testing facilities provided by C‑Care (Mauritius) Ltd. at a special rate of MUR 1,800 per person is available for Emirates customers from 22 November 2021 until 31 May 2022.
Passengers can call the following facilities directly to book their appointment:
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Mexico. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
For passengers travelling on EK255 from Dubai to Mexico or EK256 from Mexico to Dubai, there are also no longer any COVID-19 related transit requirements.
There are changes to the COVID-19 vaccination requirement.
From 31 May 2022, the following conditions apply to passengers travelling to Morocco:
Rapid antigen, antibody or any form of rapid lateral flow testing, home test kits, etc. will not be accepted.
Passengers below 12 years old are exempt from the vaccination and testing requirements.
For more information, please also refer to the following official websites:
Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in Arabic, French or English.
This does not apply to passengers who are fully vaccinated and passengers below 12 years old.
Passengers must have a vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated no more than 4 months before arrival, or received the booster dose.
Passengers between 12 to 18 years old are considered fully vaccinated as long as they have received 2 doses of an approved vaccine. A booster dose is not required.
Vaccines accepted are: AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covaxin, Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Nuvaxovid (Novavax),Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm, Sinovac and Sputnik V.
This does not apply to passengers below 12 years old.
Moroccan nationals who are residents of Morocco will not be allowed to enter the airport and exit the country unless they are fully vaccinated.
Vaccinated passengers can exit Morocco 14 days after they receive the second dose of a COVID 19 vaccine.
Passengers must have a booster 4 months after they receive the second dose of a vaccine. Passengers who have tested positive for COVID-19 after receiving the second dose of a vaccine must present proof of contamination, and are exempt from the booster shot requirement. Passengers under this category are required to present their vaccination pass at the terminal entrance and to the immigration authorities.
Passengers travelling to the Netherlands are no longer required to complete the health declaration form (HDF).
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a European entry ban is in effect for some categories of passengers, barring them from travelling to the European Union or the Schengen area.
From 23 March, travellers to the Netherlands coming from within the EU or the Schengen area will no longer be required to present a test certificate, proof of recovery or proof of vaccination. The rules will also be lifted for nationals of EU countries travelling to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU and the Schengen area. Everyone travelling to the Netherlands is advised to do a self-test immediately after arrival and again on day 5.
Non-EU nationals remain subject to an EU entry ban. Exemptions apply in several cases, however, such as for people travelling from safe countries, people who are vaccinated or who have recovered from COVID-19, and people travelling for certain purposes.
From 20 April 2022, 00:01, you are no longer required to complete a health declaration form (HDF) to be accepted for travel to the Netherlands.
You are allowed to travel to the Netherlands only if you are coming from a safe country or are vaccinated and not travelling from a very high risk country. If you are travelling from other categories, the purpose of your trip must fall under one of the exemption categories.
Exemptions to the entry restriction may apply under the following conditions:
Travel from the UAE to the Netherlands
Please refer to the Checklist for entering or returning to the Netherlands from outside the EU/Schengen area for requirements on entering the Netherlands from outside the EU/ Schengen Area.
The vaccine you received must have been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or be on the Emergency Use Listing of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Your proof of vaccination is valid 14 days after receiving the second dose of a two-dose vaccine or 28 days after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine (COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen).
Passengers travelling to the Netherlands are no longer required to complete the health declaration form (HDF).
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements.
You can travel to New Zealand now if you are:
Visa waiver travellers, working holiday, visitor and student visa holders can leave and return to New Zealand if their visa conditions allow for this.
If you do not meet the vaccination requirements, you will not be able to enter New Zealand.
From 1 August 2022, the New Zealand border is re-opening to all tourists and visa holders.
Travellers will still need to meet all health requirements to enter New Zealand, including vaccination requirements.
Pre-departure COVID-19 testing is no longer required for any passengers departing from their point of origin after 23:59 on 20 June 2022 (NZT).
On arrival, passengers will be supplied with 2 rapid antigen tests (RATs) for self testing on days 0/1 and 5/6. All results, both negative and positive, must be declared. Passengers who test positive must take a follow up PCR test. Please refer to the official website for more details on declaring test results.
Testing requirements until 19 June 2022:
Most travellers entering New Zealand must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 result from one of these tests:
You still need a test even if you have been vaccinated for COVID-19.
You are responsible for checking your chosen testing provider can provide you with acceptable pre-departure documentation as detailed below, to the specified standard required by the New Zealand Government. Tests from free community testing stations may not be acceptable for travel clearance, so check before your test.
Acceptable pre-departure test documentation:
The New Zealand Government requires that all pre-departure test certificates contain the following information for travel clearance:
The certificate must be in English or accompanied by a certified translation into English.
If you are required to provide a medical certificate because you cannot take a test due to medical reasons, you will also need to get this 48 hours before your flight.
If you test positive for COVID-19, but it is due to an old infection
If your pre-departure test is positive, but you believe this is because of a historical COVID-19 infection, you need to see a medical practitioner who will examine you for current symptoms of COVID-19.
If they are confident, you do not currently have a COVID-19 infection, you will need to provide:
If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 3 months, book your medical examination in advance of receiving your test results. You are still required to provide a current valid pre-departure test if you have recovered from COVID-19.
Children under 2 years of age (24 months) do not need to take a pre-departure test.
In case of medical reasons passengers must have a medical certificate stating they cannot take a test due to medical reasons and that they do not have symptoms. You must get this medical certificate 48 hours before your first international departure.
On arrival, passengers will be supplied with 2 rapid antigen tests (RATs) for self-testing on days 0/1 and 5/6. All results, both negative and positive, must be declared. Passengers who test positive must take a follow-up PCR test. Please refer to the official website for more details on declaring test results.
If you are not a New Zealand citizen, New Zealand Permanent Resident or Australian Citizen who ordinarily resides in New Zealand, you need to be vaccinated for COVID 19 before flying to New Zealand.
You need a digital vaccine certificate or another form of electronic or paper document from a government health authority or approval authority confirming you have had a full COVID-19 vaccine course.
Your evidence must confirm that you have received 1 or more COVID-19 vaccines (how many doses depends on which vaccine you have received), and:
Approved vaccines for entry to New Zealand Any vaccine that has been approved by at least 1 government health authority or approval authority is approved for entry into New Zealand.
To be eligible to enter New Zealand, you must have had a full course of an approved COVID-19 vaccine. A full course of some of the approved vaccines is 1 dose only.
You do not need proof of vaccination if you fall under the following categories:
If you do not have access to vaccination, you can apply for an exemption if you cannot easily get vaccinations in the country that you have spent the previous 6 months in before your journey to New Zealand.
If you cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, you must have an electronic or paper medical certificate from a medical practitioner that says you cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. Please visit the official website for further details(Opens an external website in a new tab).
New Zealand Traveller Declaration
You can start the declaration up to 28 days before your flight to New Zealand. The Traveller Pass must be shown at check-in at the airport for your boarding pass to be issued, at the boarding gate before departure, and to Customs on arrival in New Zealand. You can print the Travel Pass or save it on your mobile device.
For more information, you can call the New Zealand Traveller Declaration contact centre:
There are changes to the COVID-19 testing rules and required documents.
Fully vaccinated passengers
Fully vaccinated passengers travelling to Nigeria are not required to take pre-departure and on-arrival COVID-19 PCR tests.
Children below 18 years old must follow the rules for fully vaccinated travellers.
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated passengers
Passengers travelling to Nigeria who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 48 hours before departure and undergo tests on days 2 and 7 at their own cost after arrival.
Children below 18 years old are not required to take a pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test.
Passengers are considered fully vaccinated if they have received 2 complete or mixed doses at least 14 days before travel of any of the following vaccines: Oxford AstraZeneca, Pfizer/Bio-Ntech, Moderna, Sputnik, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Covaxin, Covovax, or Nuvaxoid; or a single dose of the Janssen (Johnson&Johnson) or Sputnik Light vaccines.
Fully vaccinated passengers
All fully vaccinated passengers are required to present proof of complete vaccination, complete a Health Declaration Form on the and present the printed Permit to Travel/QR code. You will not have to pay for on-arrival COVID-19 testing. Proof of vaccination and the Permit to Travel must be presented at the time of boarding.
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated passengers
All unvaccinated or partially vaccinated passengers are required to complete a Health Declaration Form on the and pay for COVID-19 PCR tests to be taken on days 2 and 7 after arrival in Nigeria. Your Permit to Travel/QR code must have a “PAID” status. Your negative COVID-19 PCR test result and Permit to Travel must be printed and presented at the time of boarding.
Children below 18 years are not required to take a pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test or pay for on-arrival testing but must present a completed health declaration form at the time of boarding.
Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated passengers are required to undergo 7 days self isolation in addition to a COVID-19 PCR test on days 2 and 7.
There are no longer any COVID-19 entry restrictions for travel to Norway. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
Norway is now open to all nationals who have the right to enter according to standing immigration and visa regulations of Norway.
From 23 May 2022, there are no longer any COVID 19 entry restrictions for travel to Oman. This includes requirements for testing, vaccination, quarantine and entry forms.
There are changes to the requirements for travel from a specific origin.
Effective 24 February 2022, only fully vaccinated passengers 12 years old and above will be accepted for travel to Pakistan.
Non-vaccinated Pakistani nationals travelling from abroad are exempted from mandatory vaccination for the following reasons. This category of passengers will be accepted for travel provided they present valid proof at check-in:
Note: There is no requirement of completing 14 days after the second dose of vaccination.
Passengers travelling from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, or the United Arab Emirates may be subject to COVID-19 rapid antigen testing on arrival in Pakistan.
Passengers 12 years old and below are exempt from the COVID-19 rapid antigen testing requirement.
Effective 24 Feb 2022, only non-vaccinated passengers 12 years and above are required to carry a negative certificate for a COVID-19 RT PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to the departure of their flight. The test certificate must be issued in English. For detailed information, please refer to the .
Fully vaccinated passengers 12 years and above do not require a COVID-19 RT-PCR test before travelling Pakistan provided they present a valid vaccination certificate at check-in.
The following tests are considered equivalent to PCR based tests for COVID-19: Real Time RT-PCR for Covid-19, Real Time RT-PCR for SARS-Cov-2, RT-PCR for COVID-19, RT-PCR for SARS-Cov-2, PCR for COVID-19, PCR for SARS-Cov-2, Xpert Xpress SARS-Cov-2 or SARS-Cov-2 GeneXpert.
All Non-vaccinated passengers and deportees must undergo rapid antigen testing on arrival in Pakistan.
The following passengers are exempted from PASS TRACK app requirements:
Cabin crew must comply with the COVID-19 RT-PCR/rapid antigen testing requirements but are not required to download the Pak Pass Track app.
COVID-19 testing for diplomats, diplomatic staff and their families travelling to Pakistan
The following is required of all diplomats, diplomatic staff and their families to be accepted for travel to Pakistan:
Designated laboratories for COVID 19 testing for passengers travelling from UAE to Pakistan
Designated laboratories for COVID 19 testing for passengers travelling from Bahrain to Pakistan
Designated laboratories for COVID 19 testing for passengers travelling from Iraq (Baghdad) to Pakistan
It is mandatory for passengers travelling to Pakistan to complete the personal details on the and will be required to present a printed form at the time of check-in. Pass Track registration is a requirement pre-boarding. Without this document, customers will not be boarded for the flight. You can also install the PASS TRACK app from Google Play store / Apple store and enter the personal details as required.
Passengers have to ensure that their personal details are completed and uploaded as required.
Passengers who do not have Android or iOS devices must submit their details on the Pass Track web portal. Passengers who upload their data on the web portal must present a printed copy at check in at their departure airport.
Non-vaccinated passengers will also be required to upload a copy of their RT-PCR test result on the app or web portal.
Cabin crew must comply with the COVID-19 RT-PCR/rapid antigen testing requirements but are not required to download the Pak Pass Track app.
Non-vaccinated passengers 12 years old and above who test positive for COVID-19 on arrival in Pakistan will undergo a 10-day home quarantine following strict Trace, Test & Quarantine (TTQ) protocols.
Effective 1 December 2021, only fully vaccinated passengers 15 years old and above will be accepted for travel from Pakistan.
Exemptions apply to the following passenger categories:
Effective 16 November 2020 for passengers originating their journey from Pakistan to any destinations requiring COVID-19 PCR test, Emirates will only accept COVID-19 negative test certificate from a Pakistan Government Approved Lab* where a QR Code is embedded on their printed certificate for verification purpose.
There are changes to the travel eligibility of Young Passengers and Unaccompanied Minors.
All Philippine destinations (Manila, Clark and Cebu) are open to all travellers under the following travel categories:
A. All Filipinos including those who have proof of recognition as citizen (Identification Certificates) and those who reacquired their citizenship by presenting a Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Certificate.
B. From 30 May 2022, all foreign nationals may enter the Philippines provided they comply with the applicable visa requirements and immigration entry and departure formalities; and provided further that they are:
a) Are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, except only for minors/children below 12 years of age travelling with their fully vaccinated foreign parents.
b) Are carrying acceptable proof of COVID-19 vaccination, to present at check-in and upon arrival in the Philippines. (Details of the acceptable proof of vaccination is found at the Vaccination Requirements Tab below.)
c) Present the required pre-departure testing certificate ( a negative RT-PCR or antigen result) except for:
d) Have passports valid for a period of 6 months at the time of their arrival in the Philippines.
C. All temporary visitors must have valid tickets for their return journey to the port of origin or next port of destination within the legal duration of stay as defined by their visa.