The coronavirus infects cells in the respiratory tract. The incubation period is 2 to 14 days. Coronavirus symptoms: fever (temperature), cough, labored breathing.
After each flight, the aircraft is thoroughly cleaned with special means, all surfaces and objects are treated. Disinfection is carried out both inside the cabins and in the luggage compartments. All aircraft Uzbekistan Airways is equipped with modern HEPA filters that trap about 99.97% of viruses and bacteria.
To ensure measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus and ensure anti-infectious safety, all crew members undergo a mandatory general health check and temperature measurement before the flight. Throughout the flight, they, like the passengers, wear masks and protective gloves.
Please familiarize yourself with some of the rules and recommendations that must be followed in the aircraft cabin to ensure your own safety during the coronavirus pandemic:
In-flight magazines and press will be temporarily unavailable.
We hope these restrictions will not affect your flight experience. As soon as the epidemiological situation improves, we will return to full service provision.
We wish you a pleasant flight and thank you for your understanding.
Take care and stay safe!
In accordance with the updated requirements of the Republic of Uzbekistan, passengers arriving from abroad over 2 years old must pass a PCR test for coronavirus no more than 72 hours before departure to Uzbekistan and get a negative result in Russian or English in laboratories that meet Uzbekistan's quality standards ... In the absence of a negative test result and or a valid certificate, passengers will be denied check-in for their flight.
The approved list of laboratories is available on the official website of the Service for Sanitary and Epidemiological Wellbeing and Public Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the COVID-19 LAB section (http://sanepid.uz/oz)
You can purchase tickets for these flights on the airline's website, as well as at the nearest sales offices of Uzbekistan Airways JSC or from sales agents in the Republic of Uzbekistan and abroad.
Read more: https://mfa.uz/30087
We wish you a pleasant and safe journey!
Arriving passengers in Belarus must have a printed document confirming the presence of a negative analysis based on the results of the PCR test for COVID-19. The test must be passed no more than 72 hours before the flight, the certificate of passing the test must be issued in Russian, Belarusian or English.
The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus, in accordance with the adopted criteria (taking into account the epidemiological risks emerging in other countries, including the level and dynamics of morbidity, as well as the response measures taken in the country), has updated the List of countries upon arrival from which it is necessary to stay in isolation for 14 days and upon arrival, fill out the questionnaire and sign the requirements. The Republic of Uzbekistan has been excluded from this list.
Now, citizens arriving from the Republic of Uzbekistan to Minsk do not need to be on self-isolation for 14 days and fill out questionnaires.!-->
On the basis of Article 7 and part five of Article 23 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus of January 7, 2012 No. 340-3 "On the Sanitary and Epidemiological Well-Being of the Population", the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus decided to amend subparagraph 1.1 of paragraph 1 of the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus dated March 25, 2020 . № 171 "On measures to prevent the importation and spread of infection caused by the coronavirus COVID-19". These changes concern the following:
Within 10 calendar days from the date of arrival in the Republic of Belarus, persons who arrived in the Republic of Belarus from the following countries should not be subject to subsequent passage through the State border of the Republic of Belarus (until the expiration of the period of self-isolation):
Foreign citizens and stateless persons arriving from countries not included in the List, when crossing the State Border of the Republic of Belarus, must have an original medical document (in Russian, Belarusian or English) confirming a NEGATIVE PCR test for COVID-19 infection (hereinafter - medical document), completed no later than 72 hours before the date of crossing the state border of the Republic of Belarus. The medical document must indicate the last name, first name of the passenger and the result of laboratory tests for COVID-19 infection.
Antibody test (lgM and lgG) (blood sampling) and RNA isolation test (smear) are not suitable for border crossing!
In accordance with the protocol of the Interdepartmental commission on preventing the emergence and spread of coronavirus infection in the Republic of Kazakhstan, from May 12, 2021, the “ASHYQ” project is being implemented in a pilot mode at the airports of the cities of Nur-Sultan and Almaty for all passengers.
Within the framework of the “Ashyq” project, the visitor's status is checked through a QR code or by an IIN at the airports of Nur-Sultan and Almaty. Admission is carried out by scanning and presenting a special QR code of passengers at the entrance of the facility.
Detection of violations of quarantine compliance is determined as follows: "green" status - PCR testing with a negative result for COVID-19; "blue" status - no PCR result; "yellow" status - indicated in the database as a contact with a COVID-19 patient; “red” status with a positive result for COVID-19, passengers with “infected” status code - U07.2.
For contacts who have negative PCR test results for COVID-19, the "yellow" status remains until 14 days from the date of contact with a person who tests positive for COVID-19.
In this regard, from May 12, 2021, passengers will have to arrive at the above airports in advance in order to go through a series of departure procedures and install the “ASHYQ” mobile application to avoid crowding at the airport entrance.
I. Sanitary and quarantine requirements for international flights to Kazakhstan:
1. All arriving persons, when crossing the state border of the Republic of Kazakhstan, must submit a Certificate with a negative test result for COVID-19 by the PCR method, from the date of issuance of the result of which no more than 3 days have passed at the time of crossing the state border of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter referred to as the Certificate), for with the exception of children under the age of 5 years with a Certificate from the persons accompanying them. If the certificate is not in Russian / English / Kazakh language, translation into English or Russian is required.
II. The procedure for crossing the State Border of Kazakhstan during a pandemic.
1. To enter the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan during the period of quarantine restrictions, a foreigner must be a citizen of the country with which the Republic of Kazakhstan has resumed direct air communication, and follow from this country by direct flight. That is, on flights Tashkent-Almaty / Nur-Sultan-Tashkent, only citizens of 11 countries with which direct flights have been resumed are accepted for transportation. More detailed information about the "Procedure for crossing the border of the Republic of Kazakhstan" can be obtained at: https://www.gov.kz/memleket/entities/shekaraknb/press/news/details/poryadok-peresecheniya-gosudarstvennoy-granicy-respubliki-kazahstan-na-period-karantinnyh-ogranicheniy?lang=ru
III. Visa regime of the Republic of Kazakhstan for foreign citizens.
The visa-free regime of entry, stay and exit from Kazakhstan has been suspended for foreign citizens of 57 countries until May 1, 2021 in accordance with the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. More information on the visa regime can be obtained at:https://www.gov.kz/memleket/entities/mfa/press/article/details/6764?lang=ru
Starting from June 19, 2021 all passengers over the age of 5 must present one of two documents when checking in for the flight:
- PCR test results performed in the last 72 hours from the moment of selection prior to arrival, indicating the absence of COVID-19 coronavirus infection (in paper format. EAEU citizens can submit the test result electronically using the “Travel Without COVID-19” mobile application).
- a document (certificate) certifying the vaccination against COVID-19 (in paper or digital format). The document (certificate) certifying the vaccination against the COVID-19 coronavirus infection must be recognized by the Kyrgyz Republic.
These requirements do not apply to:
- members of official delegations of foreign states and international organizations having been invited by the authorized state body of the Kyrgyz Republic
In case of expiration of the PCR test (72 hours) for objective reasons related to flight or flight delays, passengers are required to undergo this test upon arrival.
When checking in for a flight, all passengers must present the results of a PCR test carried out within 72 hours before departure, indicating that there is no coronavirus infection COVID-19.
You can enter Latvia by air only upon presentation of a negative test for COVID-19, submitted no later than 72 hours before boarding a plane to Latvia. The test must be analyzed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR)!
When entering Latvia, fill out the electronic confirmation on the website www.covidpass.lv!
Negative test for COVID-19
From 15 January, only passengers with a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19, submitted no later than 72 hours before boarding a plane to Latvia, are allowing to enter Latvia by air. Passengers without a test will be denied boarding.
Confirmation of a negative test is the result of the test, which must be presented in the form of a document or electronically before boarding the aircraft. The confirmation must be in English, French, German or Russian.
Passengers who have recently (up to three months) have recovered from Covid-19 must provide a certificate issued by a doctor confirming that the person is not contagious.
The test is not required:
A person covered by one of the exceptions must have a document to that effect.
A person entering Latvia from third countries must, in addition, immediately after entry take a repeated Covid-19 test at the nearest testing point.
The payment for the test in the amount of EUR 24.00 is made by the passenger:
- in cash,
- by credit card,
- via the Internet on the website https://www.egl.lv/en/eksprestests-lidosta/?auth.
This test is taken before passing through passport control. Read more about special requirements for travelers from third countries here
The condition of mandatory 10-day self-isolation after entry from high-risk countries remains unchanged.
Before entering Latvia, all passengers must fill in the e-confirmation on the website covidpass.lv stating that upon the arrival to Latvia, they will observe the epidemiological safety measures set in the country. The confirmation can be filled in not earlier than 48 hours before entering Latvia.
After filling in the confirmation, the traveller receives a QR code on the website and in his/her e-mail, which must be presented on a mobile device or in printed form before boarding the aircraft. If the passenger does not have such a QR code, the carrier has the right to refuse the flight. If the QR code is lost, it can be restored at covidpass.lv.
Starting from February 15, persons crossing Latvia in transit are obliged to cross the territory of the Republic of Latvia in transit within 12 hours from the moment of submitting a confirmation questionnaire on the website of the surveillance system www.covidpass.lv When filling out www.covidpass.lv, a person who is going to transit through Latvia must make a corresponding mark at the beginning of filling out the confirmation.
When arriving in Latvia from third countries, it is necessary to comply with the mandatory 10-day self-isolation, even if the test result for COVID-19 is negative.
It is the passenger's responsibility to arrive at his/her place of residence or other place of stay as soon as possible after entering such a country.
Upon arrival in Latvia at Riga airport, you must immediately undergo testing at your own expense. The cost of testing is 24.00 euros.
Children and vaccinated travellers must also take the test.
If the repeated test is negative, you can go for 10 days of self-isolation at home or at the place of residence.
If the repeated test is positive or you refuse to take the test, you must mark this information on www.covidpass.lv and go for 10-day self-isolation to one of the tourist accommodation sites listed by the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA). It is your responsibility to inform the tourist accommodation site of your status of a traveller from a third country without a test or with a positive test result. You have to cover the expenses for your stay at the tourist accommodation site yourself.
The requirement to take a repeated test upon arrival in Latvia does not apply to:
Where can the repeat test be done at Riga Airport?
If you enter Riga Airport from a country outside the Schengen area, for your convenience we have set up testing point at the arrivals C just before the border control, where you will be able to take the test at E.Gulbis Laboratory.
When entering Latvia from a Schengen area country, you can take the test at the reception point of E.Gulbis Laboratory, which is located in the Airport’s check-in hall.
We encourage passengers to register in time and pay for the test on the website of E.Gulbis Laboratory.
A state of emergency has been declared in Latvia until 6 April and a number of restrictions on gatherings and trade have been set in the country. Find out more about what you need to observe while staying in Latvia at www.covid19.gov.lv.
All travellers, except children under the age of 7, must wear a medical mask when staying at the Airport. Entry to the Airport terminal is only allowed to passengers in masks, upon presentation of a boarding pass or booking confirmation.
The Airport urges travellers to carefully observe the requirement to wear a mask during their stay at the Airport. In particular, the use of masks will be controlled in places where it is difficult to maintain physical distance.
If passenger has arrived at the Airport without a mask, it is possible to buy it at several places both at the entrance and in the terminal itself.
Travellers are also urged to observe their hand hygiene at the Airport and, wherever possible, to observe physical distance.
Persons seeing off passengers are not allowed to enter the Airport terminal. Please go to the Airport only if passenger needs special assistance to get to the Airport. Passengers with reduced mobility can receive PRM service at the Airport.
Persons meeting passengers are allowed to enter the waiting rooms, but it is mandatory to wear a mask and observe physical distance.
Yes, transit passengers have an opportunity to spend the night at the Airport waiting for their next flight. Passengers travelling in transit should make sure that they have all the necessary documents for entry into the Republic of Latvia and the Schengen Area, as well as to get acquainted with the conditions of stay and quarantine specified in Latvia.
Yes, passengers scheduled to leave early in the morning can arrive at the Airport the night before and spend the night at the Airport.
From January 25th, only polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests will be accepted. Confirmation of a negative test result must be provided to the carrier (printable, electronic confirmation), for example the airline. Otherwise, boarding will be denied.
Confirmation is a test result or doctor's confirmation that the person has recently (during last 3 months) recovered from Covid-19 and is not infectious.
The existence of a negative test will be checked by Your career before the borading and by the State Border Guard or the State Police.
From January 25th, only polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests will be accepted.
Covid-19 test must be taken no earlier than 72 hours before boarding the carrier's vehicle or aircraft.
The certificate must be in English, French, German or Russian language
The Covid-19 test must be taken no earlier than 72 hours before boarding. Confirmation is a test result or doctor's confirmation that the person has recently (during last 3 months) recovered from Covid-19 and is not infectious, which must be presented to the carrier, such as the airline, otherwise the person will be denied boarding.
Uzbekistan Airways JSC announces the resumption of regular flights on the Tashkent-Moscow route.
Flights will operate every Tuesday and Saturday. Citizens of Uzbekistan and foreign citizens with a residence permit of Uzbekistan are accepted on these flights, without taking into account the restrictions on entry into Russia, provided for by the order of the Government of Russia 635-r dated March 16, 2020. Also citizens of the Russian Federation are accepted on flights.
All passengers, with the exception of citizens of the Russian Federation, regardless of age, must have a negative test result for COVID-19, performed using the PCR test method, no earlier than 72 hours before departure. The test result must be in Russian or English. For citizens of the Russian Federation, the fulfillment of the requirement of the Russian Federation on the transfer of test results for coronavirus infection (performed upon arrival in the Russian Federation) remains in force at the link: www.gosuslugi.ru/400705/1
Tajikistan resumed direct flights with countries: China, UAE, Turkey and Uzbekistan.
Citizens of other countries have the right to enter Tajikistan if they have a valid visa of Tajikistan or if they have supporting documents for obtaining an entry visa upon arrival at the Dushanbe airport. For citizens of countries with which a visa-free regime is established, a visa is not required. An electronic visa can be issued before leaving for Tajikistan on the website https://www.evisa.tj
At the same time, when checking in for a flight to Tajikistan, the passenger is obliged to provide a printed confirmation of an approved electronic visa.
At the same time, all passengers, regardless of citizenship, arriving in Dushanbe, must have a negative PCR test for the coronavirus “COVID-19”, which was taken no earlier than 72 hours before arriving in Tajikistan. In the absence of this medical certificate, passengers will be denied entry into the country. Children under the age of 3 are exempt from the need to provide these certificates.
The medical certificate must be in the original (in the original) in Russian or English. A copy or photo in a mobile phone will not be accepted.
At the Dushanbe airport, the medical laboratory does not work.
Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. Tests accepted are COVID-19 PCR, COVID-19 Real Time RT-PCR, COVID-19 RT-PCR, SARS-CoV2 GeneXpert, SARS-CoV2 PCR, SARS-CoV2 Real Time RT-PCR, SARS-CoV2 RT-PCR and SARS-CoV2 Xpert Xpress.
- This does not apply to:
- passengers younger than 12 years;
- passengers with disabilities.
Passengers must download the Pass Track App before boarding and submit their personal details or submit their details at https://passtrack.nitb.gov.pk/ and have a printed confirmation.
- This does not apply to:
- passengers younger than 12 years;
- passengers with disabilities.
Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 rapid antigen test upon arrival.
Starting from March 15, all passengers entering Turkey are required to fill out a questionnaire on the website https://register.health.gov.tr/ and print it on paper or download it to a mobile phone.
The form should be completed no earlier than 72 hours before departure to Turkey.
Within the scope of the measures taken against the Covid-19 pandemic, the following decisions are effective on June 1, 2021 regarding entry to Turkey, per the Turkish authorities:
1. Passengers arriving to Turkey from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and passengers who have been in these countries in the last 14 days, must submit a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival and must be quarantined for 14 days in locations to be determined by the Governorships. Flight restrictions for Brazil and South Africa are removed.
2. Passengers arriving to Turkey from the United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt and Singapore must present a negative PCR test result taken in the last 72 hours prior to arrival to Turkey.
3. Passengers from countries other than the above, who submitted a document issued by the relevant country's official authorities showing that they had been vaccinated at least 14 days before their arrival in Turkey and/or that they had recovered from the disease in the last six months, are not requested to submit a PCR test and quarantine; and passengers who cannot present a certificate of vaccination or documents indicating that they have had/recovered from the virus are required to submit the result of a negative PCR test or rapid antigen test (performed within the last 48 hours) in the last 72 hours.
4. In addition, passengers, excluding those arriving from countries listed in Article 2, are subject to PCR testing on the basis of sampling at arrival. These passengers will be allowed to proceed to their final destination after the test samples are taken. If the test results are positive, they will be treated in accordance with the COVID-19 guidelines of the Ministry of Health.
• As of March 15, 2021, passengers who enter Turkey on international flights (excluding transfer passengers and passengers under the age of 6) must complete the Turkey Entry Form, which they can access on this page, within 72 hours prior to their flight. A paper printout or mobile screenshot of the completed form will be checked at the stations before the flight.
• All passengers are required to wear masks at airports and during the flights.
• Passengers must complete a Passenger Information Form on flights to Turkey.
• Temperature measurements at Turkey’s airports have been removed for all destinations apart from flights to and from Canada, Singapore and Guangzhou, and for passengers using hot connection points (points used by transfer passengers with a connection time of 90 minutes or less) due to short connecting times.
Starting from February 24, 2021, citizens of the Republic of Korea must provide a negative test result for COVID-19, performed using the PCR method in one of the laboratories of Uzbekistan, no earlier than 72 hours before departure.
Foreign citizens, including citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan, traveling to Korea, must have a negative test result for COVID-19, performed by the PCR method, issued by one of the laboratories approved by the Korean Embassy in Uzbekistan no earlier than 48 hours before departure. The certificate must be certified by the seal of the Korean Embassy in Uzbekistan!
Passengers traveling to Korea in transit through Uzbekistan by air, without crossing the border of Uzbekistan, must also have a negative COVID-19 test, performed using the PCR method, in their country of permanent residence.
1. General rule for inquiries
In addition, we inform you that a person who has provided a certificate that does not meet the following requirements will be recognized as a person who has not provided the necessary certificate and will be placed in a special quarantine facility determined by the government of the Republic of Korea for a period of 14 days. (The quarantine costs are borne by the quarantined person, 14 days - KRW 1,680,000)
General rule for references
1. Analysis method
PCR, LAMP, TMA, SDA analyzes are recognized
* The result of the analysis carried out by the method of detecting the virus gene (PCR, LAMP, etc.) is recognized. The result of the analysis carried out for the detection of antibodies (RAT, ELISA, etc.)
2. Analysis issue time
The certificate must be issued within 72 hours before departure
* Example: if the departure date is 10:00 on March 10, 2021, then certificates issued only after 00:00 on March 7, 2021 are recognized.
3. Reference content
The certificate must display the full name *, date of birth **, method of analysis, result, date of issue, name of the organization that carried out the analysis.
* Full name must be indicated only according to the applicant's passport
** instead of the date of birth, you can also specify the passport number or ID-Card
A certificate is recognized only with the result "Negative"
* Certificates with the results "Unknown", "Positive", etc. are not recognized.
5. Language of the issued certificate
The certificate must be issued in Korean or English
* If a certificate is issued in another language, the certificate is recognized when providing a translation and certification of the translation. (If the certificate was translated independently, then certification by a notary or the Embassy is required)
2. The rule on the need to provide a certificate for newborns and for preschool children
All persons accompanying newborn children or children of preschool age must provide a certificate in accordance with the established procedure, however, newborn children and children of preschool age under 6 years of age (at the time of entry into the country) are exempted from providing a certificate.
Transportation of foreign citizens with a valid visa on the Tashkent - Seoul route is subject to the following conditions:
1 - Having a valid entry visa
2 - Having a negative COVID-19 test result as above.
Also, on these flights, it is possible to transport transit passengers traveling from Tashkent via Incheon airport to third countries, provided the connecting time is less than 24 hours.
Responsibility for compliance with the rules of entry into the countries of final destination or onward transit rests fully with transit passengers.
Upon arrival in the Republic of Korea, all passengers are required to pass a PCR test and go through a 14-day self-isolation at their place of residence. In the absence of a place for self-isolation, passengers are required to self-isolate in special state quarantine institutions at their own expense at the rate of KRW 2,100,000 per stay.
All passengers entering Germany are required to present a negative COVID-19 test before boarding.
- Testing should be done by PCR or rapid antigen test with specifications in accordance with WHO recommendations, testing should be done no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.
- Passengers must carry a negative test result when entering Germany, as the Federal Police will conduct checks upon arrival.
- During disembarkation, only 40 passengers are allowed to leave the plane in 3 minutes, so as not to queue for passport control. Passengers must keep a distance of 1.5 - 2 meters;
- Obligation to complete PLF and local quarantine regulations when returning from a risk area, high risk area or VOC area remain in effect.
Check regularly for updates at www.rki.de/covid-19-risikogebiete!
When checking in for a flight, you must present a printed confirmation of completed check-in.
If you are entering Germany from another country and have visited a risk area in the 10 days before your arrival, then you are in general required to stay in quarantine for 10 days after entry.
Please check the quarantine regulations for your federal state (Land) to see which regulations apply to you.
Why do I need to provide my details?
You are required to complete digital registration on entry so that your local authority can monitor compliance with the quarantine requirement and the preconditions for exemptions to quarantine under federal state legislation. Your travel and contact details will be passed on to the local authority responsible for your address so that it may contact you.
When do I not need to provide my details?
No exceptions apply when returning from stays in a region designated as presenting a particularly high risk due to the wide-spread occurrence of distinct SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus variants (areas of variants of concern). This means that you are invariably required to complete the digital registration on entry should you have spent time in an area of variants of concern.
Information on the areas currently identified as areas of variants of concern or high-incidence areas is available from the website of the Robert Koch Institute.
Further information on the current entry regulations for Germany in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic and on the current exemptions from the quarantine obligation is available on the website of the respective federal state. Answers to frequently asked questions concerning the new digital registration on entry procedure can be found on the Federal Ministry of Health's website.
Please check whether you have visited any of the following risk areas during the last 10 days and select those you have visited.
Passengers arriving or departing from Germany must only wear FFP2 surgical masks or KN95 / N95 respirators without a valve while at the airport.
Please provide yourself with these masks in advance.
Failure to comply with these requirements will result in a fine of EUR 25,000!
A prerequisite is the presence of a COVID-19 test must be in English. The test must be done no earlier than 72 hours prior to arrival in Georgia.
The test must be approved and registered in advance using the link:
On the 3rd day of stay, you must take a second test in one of the approved laboratories. (list of laboratories) Results should be saved before leaving the country. At the same time, please note that children of any age will also need a test.
Without PCR tests, you can enter with the original vaccination certificate.
The land border remains closed. Conditions apply only to those arriving by plane.
Standard covenant restrictions apply.
At the beginning of March, restrictions on catering are lifted.
There is a curfew from 21:00 to 5:00.
Georgian citizens who arrived in Georgia without a negative PCR test for COVID-19 must go through 8 days of self-isolation.
You will find more detailed information by following the link:
New regulations of arrival at UAE airport
According to the updated Protocol of the aviation authorities of the Emirate of Dubai, starting from 02.06.2021, airlines do not accept on board passengers who, within 14 days before entering / transit to / through Dubai, visit Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nigeria , South Africa.
As an exception, this decision does not apply to members of diplomatic missions, UAE citizens and passengers who have received special permission to enter the UAE from the relevant authorities.
The above persons arriving in the UAE must comply with the following conditions:
a) all arriving passengers must be quarantined within 10 (ten) days from the date of arrival.
b) arriving at the UAE airport, it is necessary to pass a PCR test; also the PCR test must be taken on the 4th and 8th day from the date of arrival.
с) the presence of a valid PCR test, made no later than 48 hours from the moment of sample collection (smear).
d) only PCR tests done in certified laboratories using a QR code are accepted.
1. All passengers are in compliance with the Dubai government protocols and conditions for citizens, residents and tourists travelling into or out of Dubai airports.
2. Dubai residents should obtain a valid GDRFA approval to return to UAE. Residents of all other emirates (Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al Quwain) should obtain a valid ICA approval to return to UAE.
3. All inbound passengers (including arrival and transit) to Dubai are required to hold a printout of PCR-test with negative result. Such test should be passed (swab to be collected) not more than 72 hours before the flight to Dubai. A printout of PCR-test with negative result should be issued on English language or should be officially translated and notarized into English. It’s prohibited to use a handwritten PCR-test results. Children under 12 and children with moderate to severe disabilities are exempt from taking PCR tests. Citizens of UAE are exempt from taking PCR tests.
4. All passengers (tourist/visa on arrival) arriving Dubai must have a valid health insurance to be used in the UAE.
5. It is recommended that all transit/transfer passengers through Dubai Airports to have a valid health insurance.
6. All passengers should complete a DECLARATION FORM and install COVID 19 DXB Smart App prior to depart to Dubai. (refer to attachment 1)
Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit.
- This does not apply to:
- nationals of Israel;
- residents of Israel;
- passengers with an authorization letter issued by the Population and Immigration Authority.
Passengers who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
Passengers must complete an "Entry Report" form at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19. They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health.
Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.
Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival.
Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/ypvvex9p
More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://www.gov.il/en/departments/air-travel-covid19-israel
Passengers entering or transiting through the USA must have a negative COVID-19 test taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point. Tests accepted are: antigen, NAAT, RT-LAMP, RT-PCR or TMA. Passengers details (e.g., name and date of birth) in the certificate must match those stated in the passport or other travel document; and the test result must specify "negative" or "not detected". If marked "invalid" it is not accepted.
This does not apply to:
- passengers younger than 2 years;
- US military personnel.
DV visas issued in September 2020 that expired are accepted for entry.
Nationals of the U.S.A. are allowed to enter with an expired passport.
-This does not apply to emergency passports which must be valid on arrival.
India has created an air bubble arrangement with Uzbekistan with effect from 01.03.2021. Indian carriers and carriers of Uzbekistan are now permitted to operate flights between India and Uzbekistan and carry the following categories of persons on such flights:
A. From India to Uzbekistan
i. Nationals/residents of CIS countries (excluding Russia);
ii. Any Indian national or national of Nepal or Bhutan destined for and holding a valid visa for CIS countries (excluding Russia). It would be for the airlines concerned to ensure that there is no travel restriction for Indian / Nepalese /Bhutanese nationals to enter the destination country with the particular visa category before issue of ticket / boarding pass to the Indian/Nepalese/ Bhutanese passenger.
B. From Uzbekistan to India:
i. Indian nationals or nationals of Nepal or Bhutan in CIS countries (excluding Russia);
ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders and Person of Indian Origin (PIO) cardholders holding passports of any country; and
iii. Nationals of CIS countries excluding Russia (but including diplomatic and service/ official passport holders) intending to visit India for any purpose (including their dependents on appropriate category of dependent visa) except those on Tourist Visa.
Passengers traveling on flights from India to Uzbekistan should be destined for CIS countries (excluding Russia) only. Similarly, only passengers originating from CIS countries (excluding Russia) should be allowed to travel on flights from Uzbekistan to India.
All the airlines are permitted to sell tickets between India and the respective countries in each direction through their websites, sales agents and Global Distribution Systems.
Before making any reservations in the flights being operated under the above arrangements, the passengers must confirm that they would be allowed entry into the destination country.
All passengers intending to arrive in India must fulfill the following Indian requirements:
1 - take a test for the absence of a new coronavirus infection by the PCR method (COVID-19 RT-PCR) no earlier than 72 hours before departure to India.
2 - upload a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result in English to the online portal of Delhi Airport https://www.newdelhiairport.in/airsuvidha/apho-registration After filling out the questionnaire, press the SUBMIT button.
3 - receive confirmation of acceptance of the questionnaire by the online portal of Delhi airport by selecting "Track Your Exemption / Self-Reporting Application", following the link: https://www.newdelhiairport.in/airsuvidha/allairports The questionnaire is considered valid for a flight to India only after assignment it's status "ACCEPTED".
Each passenger during check-in must:
1 - provide a valid travel document to enter India;
2 - provide a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result in English;
3 - a fully completed questionnaire;
4 - confirmation of acceptance of the questionnaire by the Indian side.
The questionnaire must be uploaded to the passenger's mobile phone or be in the hands of the passenger in a printed form.
Passengers who have not complied with the Indian requirement will NOT be admitted to the flight.
All of the above requirements apply to all passengers, regardless of citizenship, age and passenger status.
On flights to Japan, Japanese citizens are accepted without restrictions, as well as foreign nationals with valid travel documents and a negative Covid-19 test, performed using the PCR method in English.
Details on the website of the Embassy of Japan www.uz.emb-japan.go.jp