The Ministry of Transport considers the reopening of international flight routes.


  • The resumption of international flights is targeted to begin at the end of July and is to serve investors, technical staff and skilled workers who are planning to enter the country.
  • Passengers are required to remain in their own country for at least 30 consecutive days before flight and are required to produce a negative coronavirus certificate that is issued three days before the flight date. Once arrive, passengers must go through testing at the arrival terminal and be quarantined for 14 days.
  • The government considers the concept of a “travel bubble” as a preparation to restart international travel. Under this concept, passengers can travel freely without having to go through the mandatory quarantine.