Bali Airport

Balikpapan Airport

Bangka Belitung Airport

Jakarta Airport

Padang Airport

Surabaya Airport

West Papua Airport

  • As of 5 July 2020, every passenger who enters Bali through I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport is required to show a health certificate with a negative result of a swab / PCR test or Rapid test with non-reactive result from a local hospital or related institution.
  • The validity period of a health certificate with a negative swab / PCR test or Rapid test with non-reactive results is fourteen (14) days after the test results come out. Passengers who only transit in Bali are not required to show the results of a negative swab / PCR test ; transit passengers only need to show the results of a negative rapid diagnostic test. 
  • Before departure to Bali, prospective passengers must fill out the LOVEBALI application which can be accessed here.

Abu Dhabi Airport

America Airport

Australia Airport

Dubai Airpot

England Airport

Japan Airport

Malaysia Airport

New Zealand Airport

Philippine Airport

Singapore Airport

South Korea Airport

Thailand Airport

Turkish Airport

Qatar Airport

The following are special procedures applied by Abu Dhabi Airport to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Transit / transfer flights

  • Throughout June, Etihad Airways will operate a special flight network that provides easy transfer connections via Abu Dhabi from Jakarta, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo to major cities throughout Europe including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Heathrow London, Madrid, Milan, Paris Charles de Gaulle, and Zurich. Please visit here.


Before arriving at the airport

  • Passengers are encouraged to check in online.


At the airport

  • The rules of social distance apply.

  • Always wear a mask, personal protective equipment, and disposable gloves.


General Measures

  • Passengers can carry hand sanitiser liquid of up to 250 ml in a container.

  • Arriving passengers from visa-free countries and those arriving from high-risk countries will be subject to advanced PCR testing at the airport. Following testing, passengers will be required to self-isolate for four days. After the four-day isolation period, passengers will be required to undertake a secondary PCR test to check for a COVID-19 infection. In addition to the tests, incoming passengers are required to self-quarantine for 14 days following their arrival in the UAE.

  • Abu Dhabi International Airport has facilitated a number of repatriation and humanitarian flights for the Emirates returning to the UAE as well as expatriates and foreign nationals leaving for their home countries.

  • All incoming passengers arriving at Abu Dhabi International Airport, will undergo polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing. Other steps include the dissemination of advanced sterilization technology to clean public areas, enforcement of social distance guidelines, management of labor clusters, and thermal screening.

  • Hotel accommodations at Abu Dhabi International Airport are only available for stranded passengers.

  • Taxis and buses are available for public transportation from/to the airport.

  • If there are passengers who show symptoms of COVID-19, they must follow the following steps as a priority:

    • Notify the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) by pressing 800 11111.

    • Follow the Department of Health (DoH) advice on quarantine and other actions.

    • Self-quarantine while waiting for PCR test results.

    • If the test is positive, the team from the Department of Health will contact the passenger to start treatment.

    • If the test results are negative, passengers will still have to quarantine themselves for 14 days.

For more information, please visit the official website of Abu Dhabi Airport or click here.