alert LATEST COVID-19 UPDATE
Effective 13th July 2021, Bahrain's Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA), in coordination with the National Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus, have updated travel regulations by adding 16 newly red-listed countries. The newly banned locations are: Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Tunisia, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. Countries that were already on Bahrain's red list include Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam. Passengers arriving from Red List countries, including passengers who have transited through any of those countries at any point in the preceding 14 days, are prohibited from entry unless they are citizens or residents of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
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LATEST COVID-19 UPDATE

Effective 13th July 2021, Bahrain's Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA), in coordination with the National Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus, have updated travel regulations by adding 16 newly red-listed countries. The newly banned locations are: Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Tunisia, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. Countries that were already on Bahrain's red list include Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam. Passengers arriving from Red List countries, including passengers who have transited through any of those countries at any point in the preceding 14 days, are prohibited from entry unless they are citizens or residents of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
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Red Listed Countries:

Newly added: 

  1. Republic of Mozambique
  2. Republic of the Union of Myanmar
  3. Republic of Zimbabwe
  4. People's Republic of Mongolia
  5. Republic of Namibia
  6. The United States of Mexico
  7. The Republic of Tunisia
  8. The Islamic Republic of Iran
  9. The Republic of South Africa
  10. The Republic of Indonesia
  11. The Republic of Iraq
  12. The Republic of the Philippines
  13. The Republic of Panama
  14. The Kingdom of Malaysia
  15. The Republic of Uganda
  16. The Dominican Republic

Existing countries:

  1. The Republic of India
  2. The Republic of Islamic Pakistan
  3. Socialist Democratic Republic of Sri Lanka
  4. People's Republic of Bangladesh
  5. Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
  6. Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Passengers arriving from red list countries, including passengers who have transited through any of those countries at any point in the preceding 14 days, are prohibited from entry unless they are:

  1. Bahrain citizens
  2. Residents of Bahrain
  3. GCC citizens who do not need visas (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait and Oman)
  4. Passengers eligible to obtain a visa on arrival
  5. Passengers with a valid electronic visa
  6. Military
  7. Airline Crews

Bahraini nationals and passengers holding a valid residency visa arriving from a Red Listed country are exempted from the above restriction, provided they:

  1. Present an approved PCR test certificate with a QR Code 48 hours before departure for passengers authorized to enter the kingdom and who are coming from countries on the red list.
  2. Undergo two PCR tests (costing BHD 24 for both), which will take place on arrival and on the 10th day of their stay.
  3. Quarantine for 10 days in their own homes or at a licensed quarantine facility approved by the National Health Regulatory Authority.
  4. Provide proof of a pre-paid booking in their name at a quarantine facility before their departure to Bahrain.
  5. Travelers who choose to spend their quarantine periods at their homes must provide proof of residence, whether owned or rented in their name or in the name of an immediate relative, before boarding.
  6. This decision does not apply to passengers younger than the age of 6.

All passengers, vaccinated or non-vaccinated, arriving to the Kingdom of Bahrain, aged 6 or above must:

  1. Undergo two PCR tests (costing BHD 24 for both), which will take place on arrival and on the 10th day of their stay.
  2. The cost of the PCR test can be paid through the “BeAware Bahrain” mobile application in addition to the platforms at the airport which permit to pay in cash or electronically by credit cards. 
  3. This decision does not apply to passengers younger than the age of 6.

Passengers who have received a single dose or are not vaccinated must present a negative test certificate with a QR code for a PCR test administered within 48 hours of their departure. They must also:

  1. Present an approved PCR test certificate with a QR Code 48 hours before departure for passengers authorized to enter the kingdom.
  2. Undergo two PCR tests (costing BHD 24 for both), which will take place on arrival and on the 10th day of their stay.
  3. Quarantine for 10 days in their own homes or at a licensed quarantine facility approved by the National Health Regulatory Authority.
  4. Provide proof of a pre-paid booking in their name at a quarantine facility before their departure to Bahrain.
  5. Passengers who choose to spend their quarantine periods in their homes must provide proof of residence, whether owned or rented in their name or the name of an immediate relative, before boarding.
  6. This decision does not apply to passengers younger than the age of 6.

General Procedures:

  1. All arrivals must also activate the 'BeAware Bahrain' application and sign an agreement to self-isolate, which requires them to quarantine at their place of residence until their arrival test results are available.
  2. Citizens planning to travel abroad must comply with entry procedures and requirements at their destinations. They must also sign a declaration form prior to departure, agreeing to bear any medical costs while abroad, as well as mandatory COVID-19 testing once they arrive in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
General Procedures:

Precautionary Measures at Bahrain International Airport:

Bahrain Airport Company, the operator and managing body of Bahrain International Airport (BIA), is committed to ensuring that our airport remains operational, clean, and safe for those who need to travel. We have implemented a wide range of extra measures that comply with the Bahrain Government’s guidelines and are designed to keep you as safe as possible while traveling through BIA. 

In line with health and safety measures, access to the terminal is restricted to passengers and staff, although exceptions will be made for those accompanying passengers with reduced mobility or unaccompanied minors. Temperature screening is mandatory at entry points to the terminal and before boarding, and anyone with a high fever will be subject to a secondary medical assessment. To allow time for additional screening procedures, passengers must arrive at the airport at least three hours before their flight departure time.

Social distancing measures:

Passengers must adhere to social distancing measures at the terminal. Footprint stickers are in place to remind people to keep their distance. Wearing face masks is mandatory for all passengers and staff at the airport.

Social distancing measures:

General cleaning:

In addition to general cleaning, all frequently touched surfaces are sanitized, and plastic security trays are sanitized at the entry and exit of the security locations. A disinfection team is also on standby 24/7 to respond to any incidents. Passenger and staff shuttle buses are regularly disinfected and are running at 50 per cent occupancy to maintain social distancing.

Robots that use ultraviolet technology have been deployed to disinfect the airport and handrail disinfection systems have been installed at travellators and escalators.

General cleaning:

Contact us:

Passengers who do not adhere to the preventive measures will be refused access to the airport. The measures will be regularly updated based on the latest scientific findings as the situation evolves. Passengers may also contact our call center on 80007777 or the international number 80114444 to check the status of their flights or for more information. Download the 'BeAware Bahrain' mobile application here.

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