Due to the global spread of the Corona Virus countries all over the world implemented travel bans and restrictions.
Schiphol Travel offers a personalized service to help you manage your upcoming travel plans during these challenging times.
Please note unexpected cancellations are taking place and country and airline status may change at any time without prior notice.
Travelling from the Netherlands:
All travelers flying from an airport in the Netherlands need a Health Declaration. Wearing a face mask is mandatory at check-in, security checks and during boarding. Most airlines will also mandate the use of a facemask on the plane.
The Health Declaration needs to be filled out by the traveler and has to be showed during travel. Please find here the Health Declaration.
Travelling to the UK:
You must visit https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control before you travel to provide your journey and contact details.
Countries with travel bans:
Please check the IATA Travel Centre for the up-to-date list of travel bans.
Please contact your Account Managers for more information.
Supportive information on the situation
Please find below an overview of quality links about the crisis situation:
Schiphol Travel International
Click here to view a list of tips & tricks for business travel during Covid-19.
The Schiphol Travel Covid-19 world map is compiled with care in collaboration with Safeture. The data is collected and processed by “risk intelligence” services worldwide. As the Covid-19 restrictions per country / region are subject to many changes, we cannot verify all the content and Schiphol Travel is dependent on these risk intelligence services.
Covid-19 Health services before Travel
Visit this website for possible health services and journey preparation.
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Visit this website for all the preperation and rules for traveling and doing business.
- Click here for travel information and guidelines per country.
- For mobile insights on your travel destination and preparation for your business trip.
Download the app for iOS and Android
The International Air Transport Association (IATA)
- IATA is keeping a list of worldwide regulations and required travel documents.
- IATA has published health and safety guidelines for travelers.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
ICAO is keeping a list of airport regulations.
The European Union
Click here for the interactive tool that provides you with the information that you need to confidently plan your European travel and holidays, while staying healthy and safe.