Civil Aviation
Civil Aviation

Civil Aviation issues a decision consisting of 13 health steps to obtain a travel permit to enter or leave the State of Kuwait, acquainted with it through the next narration.

Departure: registration in the "Kuwait Traveler" application, PCR certificate if necessary, and travel health insurance for "Corona" treatment

Arrivals: Registration in “Schlank”, PCR certification, 14-day home quarantine, and the ability to undergo a random examination of “Corona”

The General Administration of Civil Aviation has determined the controls and conditions for travelers to leave and arrive and the procedures to be followed to complete their departure or entry into the country.

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The following are the terms and conditions for departing travelers:

 

٭Register for "Kuwait - Traveler" application and submit "barcode" at all stages of travel.

Obtaining a health certificate issued by laboratories accredited by the Ministry of Health, proving the negative occurrence of "Covid 19" disease if necessary, according to the requirements of each country and adhering to the required validity period.

Citizens should get travel health insurance that covers Covid 19 treatment.

٭Compliance with health requirements in terms of wearing masks and gloves, the use of sterilizers, and commitment to physical distances.

As for the incoming travelers, the Civil Aviation Authority stated the following:

to register in "Schlank" application before boarding.

٭Obtaining a certified health certificate (PCR) proving the negative incidence of "Covid 19" with a validity period of 96 hours from the date of examination.

The captain All incoming passengers will be subject to a 14-day home isolation period.

٭Measure the temperature of all passengers before boarding and upon arrival.

Random conduct a random PCR examination for passengers upon arrival at 10% of each flight.

٭Compliance with health requirements in terms of wearing masks and gloves, the use of sterilizers, and commitment to physical distances