Travel and entry restrictions

Travel regulations for Belgium

All passengers travelling to and transiting on Belgian territory need to complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) regardless of their departure point and nationality. This is possible as from 48h before boarding their flight.

The PLF must be completed:

  • online, where you will obtain a QR code receipt to be presented at check-in and/or boarding
  • manually, to be filled out and handed over before boarding.
    Note: only people who are technically unable to fill in the electronic form will still be allowed to use the paper form.

Passengers failing to submit this form or providing misleading and incomplete information will be denied boarding.

Passengers arriving in Belgium without a valid QR-code (e-PLF) or a paper PLF might be fined EUR250

IMPORTANT: All non-essential travel to Belgium is temporarily prohibited for passengers coming from countries who are not part of the EU or the Schengen area. More information regarding non-essential travel can be found here.

Belgian citizens travelling abroad

The latest updates on travel regulations for Belgian citizens travelling abroad can be found via

COVID-19 testing centres in Belgium

Passengers arriving from or departing to a country requiring a negative COVID-19 test need to make an appointment in advance with their general practitioner or one of the official testing centres. A list of recognized testing centres in Belgium is available via following link:

A COVID-19 test centre will be available at Brussels Airport. More info »

Travel regulations for Europe


Prior notice of entry to republic of Croatia shall be done through web application on:


Belgian Citizens or Belgian Resident Card Holders are currently not allowed to enter Denmark for tourism reasons; travel for other professional/private travel reasons is possible. More info »


Please find the general entry regulations into Germany under the following link:

Important notice: Persons entering Germany from a country or area with an increased risk of infection are legally mandated to go into a 14-days quarantine. Risk areas are defined by Robert Koch Institut (English version at bottom of the page):


Passengers flying from/via Belgium to Greece need to present a negative COVID-19 test dated less than 72 hours. This obligation does not apply to children younger than 10 years old. If you fail to comply with this regulation you will be denied boarding.

The Greek government also requires that all travellers complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) at least 24 hours before entering the country, providing detailed information on their point of departure, the duration of previous stays in other countries, and the address of the stay while in Greece. It is recommended to apply for a QR code for each family member separately. Passengers failing to provide their e-PLF confirmation email upon arrival to the Greek authorities are subject to a fine of EUR 500.

Find the form and more information under following link (only via Firefox or Chrome):

NOTE: It is recommended that all visitors download the Visit Greece App, where the PLF can also be found.


Travelling to Hungary is strictly limited to Hungarian passport holders and resident card holders. Exceptions are limited to essential travel and business travel.


All passengers arriving to or departing from Israel must complete a digital process through the Israeli Ministry of Health website, not more than 24hours prior to their flight.

The government of Israel requires until further notice all arriving international travelers to enter a 14-days self-isolation.

Upon arrival at an airport in Israel, international travelers must be able to prove they can enter isolation at home or another available dwelling in full compliance of the isolation guidance.

Upon entering isolation, following report must be filed with the Ministry of Health:

Complete and regularly updated instructions are available at:


All passengers need to fill out the form "Self Declaration in case of entry into Italy". This form specifies the requirements for entry, including the mandatory COVID-19 test when travelling from specific countries.

For the Italian regions Apulia, Calabria, Sardinia and Sicily an online registration form is available. All passengers who intend to travel to one of these regions are asked to fill in the online application form before arrival. After successful completion, passengers receive an electronic receipt, which must be shown upon departure and/or arrival.

Use the following links for your application:

IMPORTANT: The wearing of surgical masks or FFP2/FFP3 masks (without valve) is mandatory in Italian airports. Cloth masks are not allowed.


Belgian Citizens or Belgian Resident Card Holders are currently not allowed to enter Lithuania. More info »

All other passengers allowed to travel to Lithuania need a medical certificate with a negative Covid-19 PCR test result issued at least 72 hours before arrival. More info »


All travelers to Spain are requested to complete the online health control form to obtain the QR Code, which must be presented to the Spanish authorities upon arrival.


Travellers arriving in Switzerland from certain areas are required to go into quarantine for a period of 10 days. Latest updates regarding mandatory quarantine for persons arriving in Switzerland can be found here:

United Kingdom

Travellers to UK are requested to provide their travel and contact data (earliest 48h before departure):
Online contact form »

Furthermore, travellers are requested to self-isolate for 14 days. More information can be found here »

Travel regulations for Africa


All travellers to Benin must complete the health declaration form ( before boarding and submit to COVID tests (TDR and PCR) on arrival at their own expense (€77 / 55,000 FCFA, payable on site in cash or online via the same link).

Travellers departing from Cotonou must also submit to a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours before departure (at the Palais des Congrès). The payment of €77 / 55.000 FCFA should also be done via the link


Please note that the Cameroonian authorities impose that passengers travelling to Cameroon need to present a negative COVID-19 test dated less than 3 days before boarding the flight at their airport of departure.
For more information, we refer to the website of the Cameroonian authorities.

D.R. Congo

All passengers travelling to and from Kinshasa will need to present a negative COVID-19 test dated less than 72 hours before receiving their boarding pass.

The Gambia

All passengers travelling to the Gambia will need to present a negative COVID-19 test dated less than 72 hours prior to boarding.


All passengers travelling to Ghana must complete the Port Health Declaration Form ( and will need to present a negative COVID-19 test dated less than 72 hours prior to boarding.
Upon arrival, all passengers will also be subjected to a new COVID-19 test at the cost of the passenger (150 USD). This cost must be paid online before departure via A payment receipt must be presented prior to boarding.

Ivory Coast

All passenger need to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate of max. 3 days old, both on arrival and on departure.


Passengers travelling to Rwanda must consult all needed requirements on, including the following main points:

  • All passengers must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test certificate dated within 120 hours of departure
  • All passengers must complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) online and save their UHC (Unique Health Code) after submission of the PLF.
  • No unaccompanied minors can be accepted and no passenger younger than 16 years old can travel on their own
  • Any passenger with reduced mobility, especially those who are unable to look after themselves, must be accompanied.

Any infringement on COVID-19 requirements or the non-completion of the PLF form will result in a fine of $1000 for the passenger.

Sierra Leone

Passengers travelling to Sierra Leone need to present:

  • Proof of registration on the website
  • Proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test, dated less than 7 days before departure from point of origin

Arriving passengers will be tested again at Freetown airport; payment of 80USD can be done upon arrival.

Passengers departing from Sierra Leone need to present:

  • Proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test, dated less than 72hours/3days before departure from point of origin

Only printed or scanned copies of the negative test certtificate are accepted. SMS messages are not accepted.


Passengers travelling to Lomé must fill in the Immigration and Health Declaration Form and show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 5 days prior to boarding. On arrival, they will be subject to another mandatory test, to be paid for before departure via the online form. Also travellers departing from Lomé must undergo a COVID-19 PCR test 72 hours before departure.

Passengers failing to comply with the regulations will be refused boarding.


All passengers are required to provide a copy of their passport and/or resident card to the Uganda authorities, before travel. To this effect, please contact your nearest Uganda Embassy. Failure to submit your documents might result in a denial of boarding.

Travel regulations for other countries

For all other countries, we strongly advise that you verify the latest updates on the IATA Travel Center website shortly before starting your journey.

Go to the IATA Travel Center website »