International Travel Guidelines

We are all set to fly you from India to destinations abroad and back to India as well. However, flying in the new normal comes with a new set of regulations. Please ensure you complete all the requirements so as to enjoy a hassle-free and safe journey throughout.

Note: Failure to comply with the Government regulations shall result in denied boarding. Fare component is non-refundable, non-airline taxes are refundable.

UAE

  • For passengers from Dubai to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE passports, and UAE nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
    2. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    3. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

    For passengers from India to Dubai

    1. UAE nationals, residents, others holding any type of visa or seeking visa on arrival shall be allowed to travel
    2. UAE residents who have Dubai issued residence visa must obtain GDRFA approval before travelling through https://smart.gdrfad.gov.ae/Smart_OTCServicesPortal/ReturnPermitService.aspx
    3. UAE residents holding residence visa issued through any other emirate are required to upload their Emirates ID number, passport, and nationality on https://uaeentry.ica.gov.ae/ to verify the authenticity of their travel. In order to be able to travel, customers must show a green status against their registration details on above website
    4. UAE residents whose visa has been issued from Dubai and those who have stayed outside the country for more than 180 days shall also be allowed to enter UAE till 31st March 2021 provided they provided that they obtain approval for a resident return permit through https://smart.gdrfad.gov.ae/Smart_OTCServicesPortal/ReturnPermitServiceForm.aspx
    5. UAE residents whose visa have expired cannot enter even if they have GDRFA approval, with the exception that if they are of the nationalities that are entitled to obtain a visa on arrival or have new visas for the nationalities that require them to obtain a visa
    6. Indian nationals intending to travel to Dubai on Visit or tourist visa or looking to obtain visa on arrival shall be required to be in possession of a valid return ticket
    7. Seamen shall be allowed to travel to Dubai with all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and should be in possession of valid 96Hrs transit visa. Seamen intending to travel beyond UAE are currently not permitted to travel on our flights
    8. Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/ issued no more than 72 hours before departure. The certificate issued shall be duly signed and stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English or Arabic. Hand written certificates shall not be permitted. 72Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection
      • Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from Pre-COVID test
    9. UAE Nationals are not required to conduct PCR test before arriving into Dubai however shall undergo mandatory a RTPCR test on arrival
    10. All customers must undergo a PCR test upon arrival into Dubai as well
    11. All customers transiting Dubai, are not required to present a COVID 19 PCR test certificate unless it is mandated by their final destination
    12. Transit/transfer beyond UAE will not be permitted
    13. All customers must download the COVID-19 Dubai Smart App and generate a QR code on their device before entering Dubai. Click to download– Android & iOS versions of the App
  • For passengers from Sharjah to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE passports, and UAE nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
    2. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    3. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

    For passengers from India to Sharjah

    1. UAE nationals, residents, others holding any type of visa or seeking visa on arrival shall be allowed to travel
    2. UAE residents those who have stayed outside the country for more than 180 days shall also be allowed to enter UAE till 31st March 2021
    3. UAE residents whose visa has expired cannot enter, with the exception that if they are of the nationalities that are entitled to obtain a visa on arrival or have new visas for the nationalities that require them to obtain a visa
    4. Seamen shall be allowed to travel to Sharjah with all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and should be in possession of valid 96Hrs transit visa. Seamen intending to travel beyond UAE are currently not permitted to travel on our flights
    5. Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/ issued no more than 96 hours before departure. The certificate issued shall be duly signed and stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English or Arabic. Hand written certificates shall not be permitted. 96Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection
      Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test.
    6. All customers must undergo a PCR test upon arrival into Sharjah and shall stay in self-quarantined until covid-19 test results are notified
    7. No quarantine is required for customers who test negative for the PCR test conducted on arrival
    8. Customers travelling for the purpose of tourism need to be in possession of a valid international health insurance
    9. Transit/transfer beyond UAE will not be permitted
    10. All customers must download and register on the ALHOSN App
  • For passengers from Abu Dhabi to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE passports, and UAE nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
    2. Customers departing from Abu Dhabi are required to be in possession of valid negative RT-PCR certificate issued no more than 96 hours before departure. Physical copy of the certificate is required to be submitted with airline representative at the time of check-in 
      • Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test
    3. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    4. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

    For passengers from India to Abu Dhabi 

    1. UAE nationals, residents and others seeking visa on arrival shall be allowed to travel
    2. Customers with new employment visas issued by Government or Semi Government organizations are also allowed to travel Abu Dhabi
    3. ICA or GDRFA approval is not required, however it is mandatory for the UAE residents to upload their Emirates ID number, passport, and nationality on https://uaeentry.ica.gov.ae to verify the authenticity of their travel. In order to be able to travel, customers must show a green status against their registration details on above website
    4. Seamen shall be allowed to travel to Abu Dhabi with all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and should be in possession of valid 96Hrs transit visa. Seamen intending to travel beyond UAE are currently not permitted to travel on our flights
    5. Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/ issued no more than 96 hours before departure. The certificate issued shall be duly signed and stamped by relevant authorities and must only be in English or Arabic. Hand written certificates shall not be permitted. 96Hours is calculated from the time of sample collection
      • Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test
    6. Residents must undergo a PCR test upon arrival into Abu Dhabi as well
    7. Transit/transfer beyond UAE will not be permitted
    8. All customers arriving into Abu Dhabi shall undergo mandatory 14 day home quarantine and will be provided with a medical wristband
    9. Following customers will be exempted from 14 day home quarantine
      1. Customers holding diplomatic passports
      2. Customers below the age of 18 years
    10. Symptomatic customers upon arrival into Abu Dhabi will have undergo 14 day institutional quarantine
    11. All customers must fill a health declaration form and submit it at the Immigration counter on arrival
    12. All customers must download and register on the ALHOSN App

     

Qatar

  • For customers from Qatar (Doha) to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding Qatari passports, and Qatari nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
    2. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    3. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

    For passengers from India to Qatar (Doha)

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Qatari Nationals, their spouses, children and companions arriving with them on the same flights
      2. Permanent Residency card holders and exceptional return permit holders
      3. GCC Nationals using their passports along with their companions under their sponsorship on the same flight
      4. Foreign Diplomats on mission to the State of Qatar, holders of Administrative IDs and staff of International Organizations
      5. Visitors with personal visit visa issued by Ministry of Interior holding exceptional return permit
    2. Visa on arrival is not available and customers seeking the same are not allowed to travel
    3. Customers travelling must carry an exceptional return permit allowing them to return to Qatar which will state the type and number of days of quarantine
    4. Customers travelling are required to be in possession of a confirmed hotel reservation in one of the designated quarantine hotels for a period of minimum 7 days or as stated in the exceptional return permit issued by the Qatar Government Authorities.
    5. The designated quarantine hotels can booked through Discover Qatar before arriving into the State of Qatar
    6. Customers are also required to undergo a PCR test on arrival
    7. Customer under hotel quarantine will be required to do a PCR test on day six of their quarantine, and according to the test result, customers will be required to follow procedures published on the Ministry of Public Health, Government of Qatar website
    8. Exceptional Entry Permit issued for Domestic staff, company sponsored and other workers will state that they need to hotel quarantine for 14 days. Staff must ensure that such customers be accepted in accordance with the hotel bookings as per the requirement stated on the “Exceptional Entry Permits”
    9. All customers must fill up two forms and submit upon arrival to the authorities
      1. Self-health assessment form
      2. Home Quarantine undertaking form
    10. All customers must download and register on the EHTERAZ app. Click to – Android & iOS versions of the App
    11. For more details please visit Government of Qatar portal

     

Kuwait

  • For customers from India to Kuwait

    1. Following customer categories shall be allowed to travel on flights from India to Kuwait
      1. Employees of Kuwait MOH (Ministry of Health) and their first-degree relatives
      2. Employees of private medical sector who have valid residency to return to the State of Kuwait, list of such employees are a part of Kuwait DGCA Circular Ref2020_104
    2. All customers travelling to Kuwait shall mandatorily have to download and register on the Kuwait Mosafer App, failure to which may lead to denied boarding at the origin station
    3. All customers travelling to Kuwait shall be subject to two RT-PCR tests upon arrival their own cost at the. All arrangements for the same must be done through the Kuwait Mosafer App
    4. Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the Mosafer App
    5. Customers are required to be in possession of the following documents enabling them to accepted on the flight
      1. For Ministry of Health Staff (MOH Staff) and Private Sector Medical Employees
        1. OK To Board Comment is inserted in the PNR
        2. Customer is in possession of his/her valid residency permit/visa to enter the State of Kuwait (Visa stamp might not be available but Civil ID is Mandatory)
        3. Customer is in possession of his/her valid Civil ID which can be either in physical or digital state
        4. Customer is in possession of his/her company ID
      2. For First Degree family members of MOH Staff only (Spouse/Children), in addition to the above below mentioned also required
        1. Passport copy (Front and back Page of the MOH staff with the Family Members name Endorsed)
        2. Valid Civil Id copy (Front and back of the MOH staff)
        3. Supporting documents which prove the relationship (if any)
        4. Note that the family members sponsor name might not be of the MOH Staff
      3. All Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a Certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/ issued no more than 72 hours before arrival into Kuwait
      4. All customers upon arrival shall undergo mandatory 14 days home quarantine
      5. All customers must download and register on the SHLONIK app at origin

    Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the SHLONIK app

    For customers from Kuwait to India
    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding Kuwaiti passports, and Kuwaiti nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.20202.
    2. Customers departing from Kuwait are required to download and register themselves on Mosafer App before reaching the airport.
    3. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    4. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

Click here to view the updated schedule for flights between India and Kuwait.

Maldives

  • For customers from India to Male

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Tourists and Short Term Visitors
      2. Maldivian Nationals
      3. Expatriates and their dependants with work permit
      4. Holders of a valid work permit or work visa
      5. Holders of any other resident permit of Maldives
    2. RT PCR Guidelines
      1. Following categories of customers are required to be in possession of a pre arrival RT PCR for entry into Maldives
        1. Tourists
        2. Special Visa holders whose duration of stay in the Maldives is upto 7 days
        3. Business Visa holders whose duration of stay in the Maldives is upto 7 days
        4. Foreign diplomats and their accompanying family members
        5. Seamen who arrive by air to transfer to a ship
      2. The above customer categories are not subjected to a 14 day quarantine however must be in possession of RT PCR negative certificate in English in print or electronic form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a Certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/ o   issued no more than 96 hours before departure. 96 hours is calculated from the time for sample collection
      3. The RT PCR certificate must contain name as per passport, name and address of the testing laboratory, Type of test, date of sample collection and result
      4. Following categories of customers are exempted from pre arrival RT PCR requirements
        1. Maldivian Nationals
        2. Holders of a valid work permit or work visa
        3. Holders of any other resident permit of Maldives
        4. Infants who are of less than 1 year of age
        5. Customers travelling on Dependent, Student and Marriage Visa
      5. All customers except tourists travelling to Maldives are required to undergo mandatory 10 day home quarantine upon arrival at their place of residency or work
      6. Customers are required to submit a health declaration within 24Hrs of their departure on https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ and obtain a QR code. Customers falling under the category of pre-arrival RT-PCR required shall be required to attach a copy of their negative test result while completing their health declaration on the portal. The QR code obtained to be made readily available for verification by immigration upon entry in Maldives
    3. Guidelines for all customers except tourists
      1. Register on ‘haalubelun' portal (https://haalubelun.hpa.gov.mv)
      2. After registration, request for home quarantine through ‘haalubelun' portal
      3. Home quarantine period will be 14 days and should be arranged by the customer themselves
      4. Daily reporting of health status through ‘haalubelun' portal
      5. Customers must leave for the islands on the same day of arrival or if intended to stay in the mainland due to unavailability of transport, must have a booking on the HPA approved guest houses or hotels
      6. Customers travelling for employment purposes or on work visa are mandatorily required to have an ‘OK To Board’ endorsed in their IndiGo PNR/Booking
    4. Guidelines for Tourists
      1. Customers travelling for the purpose of tourism must have confirmed reservation at a resort. As of now resort stay is must as stay on the mainland is not permitted
      2. List of resorts where customers can stay approved by Maldivian Health authority can be found by clicking here
      3. Customers must be in possession of valid return ticket

    For customers from Male to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding Maldivian passports, and Maldivian nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.20202.
    2. Customers are required to submit a health declaration prior to their departure on https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ and obtain a QR code. The QR code to be made readily available for verification by immigration upon exit from Maldives
    3. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    4. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

Oman

  • For customers from India to Muscat

    1. Customer Categories Allowed to Travel
      1. Omani Nationals
      2. Non-Omani Citizen with valid residency permits (Family Resident Permit & Employment Resident Permit)
    2. Non-Omani citizens with Employment Residency Permits and those who have completed more than 180 days outside Oman or whose visa is expired, their sponsor need to apply for NOC through Royal Oman police website or through ‘Sanad’ offices in Oman. The NOC shall be obtained on an Employment visa form, indicating that the residence is valid through Royal Oman Police. Specimen of the same is made a part of Annexure A of this document
    3. Residents on family residence permit and those who have stayed outside the country for more than 180 days shall be allowed to enter Oman as long as the visa is valid
    4. Customers in possession new visas except tourist visas which are valid shall be allowed to enter Oman
    5. Customers shall download and complete registration on Tarassud+ before arrival in Oman
      • Click to download – Android & iOS versions of the Tarassud+ App
    6. Effective 11th November 2020 all customers travelling to Oman are required to be in possession of a negative RT PCR negative certificate in English in print form issued no more than 96 hours before departure. 96Hours is calculated from the time for sample collection
    7. All customers must undergo a RT PCR test upon arrival into Muscat as well and are required to pay the cost of services of OMR 25 through Tarassud+ App
    8. Customers travelling to Muscat for a period of 7 days or less shall be exempted from mandatory quarantine provided they are able to provide evidence of their return travel and the result of their test conducted upon arrival is negative
    9. Customers travelling to Muscat for a period of more than 7 days are required to undergo a mandatory health quarantine of 7 days. Such customers shall be allowed to undertake a RT PCR test on the 08th day at their own expense and end their quarantine period if the test result is negative
    10. Customers who don’t wish to undertake a RT PCR test on the 08th day shall continue to remain under mandatory quarantine for a period of 14 days
    11. Customers who test positive on arrival or after 8 days shall continue to remain under quarantine for period of 10 days from the date of the test
    12. Non-Omani citizens travelling to Oman are required to be in possession of valid international health insurance covering the cost of Covid-19 treatment for a period of at least one month
    13. Children aged 15 years and less shall be exempted from Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival

    For customers from Muscat to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding Oman passports, and Oman nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
    2. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    3. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

Bangladesh

  • For customers from India to Dhaka

    1. All customers arriving into Bangladesh are required to fill a self-health declaration form and submit the same to the health authorities upon arrival
    2. Bangladeshi nationals or Bangladeshi origin foreign passport holders with a ‘No visa require for Bangladesh’ stamp or sticker in their passport are required to be in possession of a negative RT PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of their travel
    3. The certificate must be available in printed form to submit to health authorities upon arrival and shall be in English only, handwritten certificates are not permitted
    4. Foreign nationals with valid visa for Bangladesh are allowed to travel to Bangladesh and shall mandatorily be in possession of a negative RT PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of their travel. Customers not in possession of a valid negative RT PCR certificate shall not be allowed to board the flight
      • Note: Children under 10 years are exempted from Pre-COVID test
    5. Seamen shall be allowed to travel provided they are in possession of all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and sign on to the ship maximum within 72 hours of their arrival
    6. The certificate must be available in printed form to submit to health authorities upon arrival and shall be in English only, handwritten certificates are not permitted
    7. Customers in possession of tourist visas shall not be allowed to travel to Bangladesh till further notice

    For customers from Dhaka to India

    1. Eligibility to travel to India: Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding passports issued by Bangladesh, and Bangladeshi nationals/residents (including diplomats) and foreigners (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
    2. To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section
    3. Customers departing from Dhaka are required to be in possession of valid negative RT-PCR certificate issued no more than 72 hours before departure from government approved laboratories. Please click here to view list of approved laboratories
    4. As per extant government regulations, customers are permitted to travel to India from the United Kingdom only on a direct flight. Customers shall not be allowed to travel to India through a transit airport of another country. Hence, all customers travelling from the United Kingdom to India via any other/ third country from where IndiGo operates its flight to India, shall not be permitted to undertake travel on such IndiGo operated flight. All liabilities, penalties, costs, losses arising out of such refusal of carriage by IndiGo or proposed travel, shall be borne solely by the customer

Flying into India: State-wise guidelines

  • For customers from Foreign Airport to West Bengal

    1. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to submit self health declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal
    2. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to upload COVID-19 negative RT-PCR on Air Suvidha Portal. Test should have been taken within 72 hours of the departure
    3. All customers including children and infants are required to submit online declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and to abide by the decision of the government authority to undergo home quarantine/self-health monitoring for 14 days or as warranted
    4. Exemption from RT-PCR requirement shall be permitted only incase of death in the family and must be applied online at least 72 hours before departure on the Air Suvidha Portal
    5. All customers shall be required present online SDF/RT-PCR exemption approval to the health authorities upon arrival
    6. All customers including children and infants shall be required to be in possession of physical or digital copy of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal along with their RT-PCR report failing which they can be denied boarded at the origin station
    7. All customers including children and infants originating or transiting through United Kingdom, Europe or Middle East shall adhere to below in addition to the above
      1. Undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring or take onward connecting flights to final destination within India
    8. In addition to the above, all customers including children and infants originating from United Kingdom, South Africa or Brazil shall adhere to below as well
      1. In case the customer's journey ends at first port of entry into India, they need to undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring. They are not required to wait for test results.
      2. Incase of onward connection, customers shall have to wait for the RT-PCR test results. Onward journey shall be permitted only if the test result is negative
  • For customers from Foreign Airport to Karnataka

    1. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to submit self health declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal
    2. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to upload COVID-19 negative RT-PCR on Air Suvidha Portal. Test should have been taken within 72 hours of the departure
    3. All customers including children and infants are required to submit online declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and to abide by the decision of the government authority to undergo home quarantine/self-health monitoring for 14 days or as warranted
    4. Exemption from RT-PCR requirement shall be permitted only incase of death in the family and must be applied online at least 72 hours before departure on the Air Suvidha Portal
    5. All customers shall be required present online SDF/RT-PCR exemption approval to the health authorities upon arrival
    6. All customers including children and infants shall be required to be in possession of physical or digital copy of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal along with their RT-PCR report failing which they can be denied boarded at the origin station
    7. All customers including children and infants originating or transiting through United Kingdom, Europe or Middle East shall adhere to below in addition to the above
      1. Undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring or take onward connecting flights to final destination within India
    8. In addition to the above, all customers including children and infants originating from United Kingdom, South Africa or Brazil shall adhere to below as well
      1. In case the customer's journey ends at first port of entry into India, they need to undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring. They are not required to wait for test results.
      2. Incase of onward connection, customers shall have to wait for the RT-PCR test results. Onward journey shall be permitted only if the test result is negative
  • For Customers from Foreign Airport to Telangana

    1. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to submit self health declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal
    2. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to upload COVID-19 negative RT-PCR on Air Suvidha Portal. Test should have been taken within 72 hours of the departure
    3. All customers including children and infants are required to submit online declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and to abide by the decision of the government authority to undergo home quarantine/self-health monitoring for 14 days or as warranted
    4. Exemption from RT-PCR requirement shall be permitted only incase of death in the family and must be applied online at least 72 hours before departure on the Air Suvidha Portal
    5. All customers shall be required present online SDF/RT-PCR exemption approval to the health authorities upon arrival
    6. All customers shall be required to be in possession of four physical copies of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal along with their RT-PCR report failing which they can be denied boarded at the origin station
    7. All customers must mandatorily fill up below forms and submit upon arrival to the authorities if not in possession of four physical copies of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal
      1. Four copies of Indian APHO form to be filled and submitted to officials on arrival
    8. All customers including children and infants originating or transiting through United Kingdom, Europe or Middle East shall adhere to below in addition to the above
      1. Undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring or take onward connecting flights to final destination within India
    9. In addition to the above, all customers including children and infants originating from United Kingdom, South Africa or Brazil shall adhere to below as well
      1. In case the customer's journey ends at first port of entry into India, they need to undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring. They are not required to wait for test results.
      2. Incase of onward connection, customers shall have to wait for the RT-PCR test results. Onward journey shall be permitted only if the test result is negative
  • For customers from Foreign Airport to Tamil Nadu

    1. All customers are mandatorily required to obtain ePass through https://tnepass.tnega.org/#/user/pass
    2. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to submit self health declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal
    3. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to upload COVID-19 negative RT-PCR on Air Suvidha Portal. Test should have been taken within 72 hours of the departure
    4. All customers including children and infants are required to submit online declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and to abide by the decision of the government authority to undergo home quarantine/self-health monitoring for 14 days or as warranted
    5. Exemption from RT-PCR requirement shall be permitted only incase of death in the family and must be applied online at least 72 hours before departure on the Air Suvidha Portal
    6. All customers shall be required present online SDF/RT-PCR exemption approval to the health authorities upon arrival
    7. All customers including children and infants shall be required to be in possession of physical or digital copy of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal along with their RT-PCR report failing which they can be denied boarded at the origin station
    8. All customers including children and infants originating or transiting through United Kingdom, Europe or Middle East shall adhere to below in addition to the above
      1. Undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring or take onward connecting flights to final destination within India
    9. In addition to the above, all customers including children and infants originating from United Kingdom, South Africa or Brazil shall adhere to below as well
      1. In case the customer's journey ends at first port of entry into India, they need to undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring. They are not required to wait for test results.
      2. Incase of onward connection, customers shall have to wait for the RT-PCR test results. Onward journey shall be permitted only if the test result is negative
  • For customers from Foreign Airport to Maharashtra

    1. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to submit self health declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal
    2. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to upload COVID-19 negative RT-PCR on Air Suvidha Portal. Test should have been taken within 72 hours of the departure
    3. All customers including children and infants are required to submit online declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and to abide by the decision of the government authority to undergo home quarantine/self-health monitoring for 14 days or as warranted
    4. Exemption from RT-PCR requirement shall be permitted only incase of death in the family and must be applied online at least 72 hours before departure on the Air Suvidha Portal
    5. All customers shall be required present online SDF/RT-PCR exemption approval to the health authorities upon arrival
    6. All customers including children and infants shall be required to be in possession of physical or digital copy of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal along with their RT-PCR report failing which they can be denied boarded at the origin station
    7. All customers including children and infants originating or transiting through United Kingdom, Europe or Middle East shall adhere to below in addition to the above
      1. Undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring or take onward connecting flights to final destination within India
    8. In addition to the above, all customers including children and infants originating from United Kingdom, South Africa or Brazil shall adhere to below as well
      1. In case the customer's journey ends at first port of entry into India, they need to undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring. They are not required to wait for test results.
      2. Incase of onward connection, customers shall have to wait for the RT-PCR test results. Onward journey shall be permitted only if the test result is negative
    9. Customers arriving into the city of Mumbai from UK, European and Middle East Countries shall have to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine at their own cost. Such customers shall not undergo a RT-PCR test upon arrival however they will have to undergo the test during the 5th to 7th day of their quarantine at their own cost. If found negative customers shall be allowed to proceed to 7 days mandatory home quarantine.
      1. Customers arriving into Mumbai taking onwards flights to states/cities outside the state of Maharashtra shall not be quarantined in Mumbai provided they are in possession of a COVID-negative certificate (RT-PCR) issued within 72 hrs of the departure and will have to undergo a RT-PCR test upn arrival into Mumbai and await 6 hrs for the result to proceed further to their final destination
      2. Customers arriving into Mumbai and taking onwards flights to cities within the state of Maharashtra shall be mandatorily quarantined in Mumbai
  • Other Indian states

    For customers from Foreign Airport to other Indian States

    1. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to submit self health declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal
    2. All customers including children and infants shall be mandatorily required to upload COVID-19 negative RT-PCR on Air Suvidha Portal. Test should have been taken within 72 hours of the departure
    3. All customers including children and infants are required to submit online declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and to abide by the decision of the government authority to undergo home quarantine/self-health monitoring for 14 days or as warranted
    4. Exemption from RT-PCR requirement shall be permitted only incase of death in the family and must be applied online at least 72 hours before departure on the Air Suvidha Portal
    5. All customers shall be required present online SDF/RT-PCR exemption approval to the health authorities upon arrival
    6. All customers including children and infants shall be required to be in possession of physical or digital copy of the acknowledgement of their self health declaration form submitted on the Air Suvidha Portal along with their RT-PCR report failing which they can be denied boarded at the origin station
    7. All customers including children and infants originating or transiting through United Kingdom, Europe or Middle East shall adhere to below in addition to the above
      1. Undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring or take onward connecting flights to final destination within India
    8. In addition to the above, all customers including children and infants originating from United Kingdom, South Africa or Brazil shall adhere to below as well
      1. In case the customer's journey ends at first port of entry into India, they need to undergo molecular test upon arrival at their own cost and proceed towards home quarantine/self health monitoring. They are not required to wait for test results.
      2. Incase of onward connection, customers shall have to wait for the RT-PCR test results. Onward journey shall be permitted only if the test result is negative
    1. For detailed guidelines issued by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, click here
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