Saturday, 26 December 2020

As of December 29th negative test declaration mandatory for all international air travel to the Netherlands

Photo Eindhoven Airport  

As of December 29th 2020, all passengers must have a recent negative PCR test declaration in order to board an aircraft bound for the Netherlands. This also applies to Dutch people flying to the Netherlands. The test result may not be older than 72 hours upon arrival.

The rule requiring passengers to submit a negative test declaration before the start of their trip has already been in effect since 15 December for non-EU residents. It also applies to all passengers travelling to the Netherlands from the United Kingdom and South Africa. The government has decided to expand the requirement to all flights bound for the Netherlands.

In addition, a negative travel advice from the government is in force until mid-March. Travellers are urgently advised not to travel abroad until that time, unless strictly necessary. Eindhoven Airport will remain open for passenger flights, emergency services and evasive aircraft. 

Government information here





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