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Airlines Updates
Published on 13.09.2021, Gulf Air:

Gulf Air launches direct flights with Tel Aviv on 30SEP21

Published on 10.09.2021, Gulf Air:

Bahrain's Gulf Air to launch Tel Aviv flights from 30SEP21

Published on 16.08.2021, Gulf Air:

Gulf Air resumes route from Moscow Domodedovo to Bahrain

Published on 16.08.2021
Gulf Air resumes route from Moscow Domodedovo to Bahrain
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/08/16/gulf-air-resumes-route-from-moscow-domodedovo-to-bahrain/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 15.07.2021
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Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 28.06.2021
Gulf Air to fly weekly between Bangkok and Singapore
Source: https://www.aviationnepal.com/gulf-air-to-fly-weekly-between-bangkok-and-singapore/
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 25.06.2021
Gulf Air Opens Two Fifth Freedom Routes In One Week
Source: https://simpleflying.com/gulf-air-fifth-freedom-routes/
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 14.06.2021
All Set for Rollout of Digital Travel Pass
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/news/21226379/iata-all-set-for-rollout-of-digital-travel-pass
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597
Published on 05.06.2021
Gulf Air returns with flights between Bahrain and Alexandria and Bahrain and Sharm El Sheikh from 30JUN21.
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/aircraft/commercial-airline/press-release/21225578/gulf-air-gulf-air-returns-to-alexandria-and-sharm-el-shikh-this-summer
Published on 13.05.2021
Gulf Air returns to Malaga this summer, from 30JUN21.
Source: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/gulf-air-returns-to-malaga-this-summer/
Published on 12.05.2021
Bahrain’s Gulf Air will resume flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, from 15 June; services to other destinations continue
Source: http://tradearabia.com/news/TTN_382300.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=deae558e3675511fd2f63ae65ad44e6f1af97c5a-1620831281-0-ATi4zktyBuerAQAIb_bJxRya5hzP2fvIiA-0Zw4X42vClq0IFmYAAqjFWeZqFfcgX3ExFAlq3Y5ypONivNJgeR5MzoYDIKHRdctpCic_bioXQ9TR9xnMG10qtpIaSP7VhCNoFG5uHBn6o9NLIYTb0IlkOZ-OivJcEt3lyVOK9yQciJN0wHMgPSnNZ5YmK2NXMBsM1loLvKERL1OVqPm-Gw_AGrCHL8gqF2B88Ya3QnHIpVaFWQIGjOb81sqd5ouEPtPsCJtwJaVnfN0zr6ottz5PW9SDb0WEIbWFqjReqad3YSFauH9L6AqqtN4yk6apamJPnkquScGFmcW_4KYgmTYHQTZrYAHZRcsBIREMrUeVPInTtdSJhEi9Y_45vk49POWi8za2wMX9814rugdnv6Tv0p7kPFqweKtg0NDqBsDYgdKf_catwQhe8cC04_bQ-fQL1omBu8c0djP7HK5M1q8M-8eYXi_hTcvVkkrL658SQ8xoa0UfRrfuI_My6ZBiiqLlfKM6ArBu821zERKA_pcV4RXZNjXrGJOjSBnEcpK026eUgEQKYJhCIhlaGLsAsZuTWmaqvo9GiDJ0QdDNPjU5eUDz7yb4Cw9akae9nHnlLFV3ZhmFxKM1Zb0qNvedEAFm7VY0xkhNqdoC0i9f24A
Published on 10.05.2021
Gulf Air trials IATA Travel Pass on Europe, Singapore flights.
Source: https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Gulf_Air_starts_IATA_travel_pass_trial_on_Europe_Singapore_flights-SNG_210622596/
Published on 11.05.2021
Gulf Air launches complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance.
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/gulf-air-launches-complimentary-covid-19-travel-insurance-1067597

Published on 05.11.2020
Gulf Air to resume Casablanca flights from 7 November

Published on 03.11.2020
Gulf Air resumes direct flights to Maldives

Published on 28.09.2020
Gulf Air resumes flights to Saudi Arabia

Published on 26.08.2020
Gulf Air moves forward A321neo Frankfurt service to late-August 2020

Published on 27.07.2020
Gulf Air to resume flights to Kuwait

Published on 06.07.2020
Gulf Air resumes scheduled UAE passenger flights from 05JUL20

02.07.2020 Gulf Air this month (July 2020) continues to operate interim schedule, which includes service resumption to Athens and Cairo. Planned July 2020 operations as follow. Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s passenger traffic rights.

Bahrain – Athens eff 02JUL20 3 weekly A320neo
Bahrain – Cairo eff 01JUL20 4 weekly A320/321/787-9
Bahrain – Frankfurt 2 weekly A320/320neo
Bahrain – Karachi 3 weekly A320/320neo
Bahrain – Lahore 2 weekly 787-9
Bahrain – London Heathrow 3 weekly 787-9
Bahrain – Manila 2 weekly 787-9
Bahrain – Paris CDG 2 weekly A320
Bahrain – Peshawar 1 weekly 787-9
Published on 02.06.2020
Gulf Air June 2020 Pakistan operations as of 31MAY20

Published on 28.05.2020
Gulf Air June 2020 operations as of 27MAY20

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Bahrain
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 15 May 2021.
– This does not apply to passengers with an e-visa obtained before departure.
– This does not apply to passengers who can obtain a visa on arrival.

Passengers are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test upon arrival at their own expense and self-isolation until test results are ready.

Special requirements for all international flights
Flights from Addis Ababa (ABB) and Baku (BAK) are suspended.
– This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

Flights from/to Iraq, Lebanon, Syria are suspended
Flights from Iraq, Lebanon and Syria are suspended.
– This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

Forced isolation
Passengers are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test at their own expense and self-isolation until test results are ready.

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Flight Restrictions

published 21.07.2020
1. Suspension of visa on arrival facilities.
– This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, official, service or United Nations passport.
2. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to:
– nationals of Bahrain and residents of Bahrain;
– nationals of Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates;
– military personnel.
3. Passengers are subject to medical screening on arrival. They must pay the fees before departure at bh.bh or via the self-service payment kiosk at the airport.
4. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 10 days
5. Border crossing on the causeway is suspended due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to PCR.


All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, will be required to self-isolate for 10 days as part of the arrivals testing procedure, unless exempt as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.

The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.

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Cheap flights
Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.


All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
• present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries – currently; Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe); and
• pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), day five (for those who arrive on or after 29 August) and day ten of the stay (at government testing facilities), as well as;
Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the arrival tests.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-09-26
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 2561756
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 3352
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 146.53
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 1917

Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from Bahrain, a country whose vaccination certificate is approved by the Ministry of Health in Bahrain, or countries with which Bahrain has signed mutual recognition agreements (currently Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel and Seychelles) are exempt from the pre-departure PCR test and quarantine requirements and will also if needed receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’. These arrivals are still required to pay for and undergo testing on arrival and on days 5 and 10 of their stay in Bahrain.
Arrivals aged 5 and below are exempt from the pre-PCR testing and arrivals testing procedure.
From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
*Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Bahrain will accept proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

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Full Restrictions

  • Bahrain Latest News: Bahrain, Georgia, Malawi, Ukraine: Authorities in Bahrain add three countries to COVID-19 travel ban list (Reuters, 05.08.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    **Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
    • present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries – currently; Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Georgia, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Panama, Philippines, Slovenia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe); and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), day five and day ten of the stay (at government testing facilities), as well as;
    Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility
    (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the arrival tests. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal
    for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. All arrivals of all ages coming from or having been in or transited through a Bahrain ‘Red List’ country within fourteen days must quarantine for ten days.
    Non-vaccinated students (includes those attending schools, kindergartens, nurseries, rehab centres, training centres and institutions) will additionally have to undertake their studies online for the period of ten days after arrival, regardless of exemptions.
    Entry rules are subject to change at short notice so travellers are advised to check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions
    , the
    Bahrain News Agency and Bahrain’s Airport website
    for information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, (unless any of the above exemptions apply). The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Exemptions: Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from countries whose citizens are eligible for an on-arrival visa (which includes the UK), or can prove full vaccination status from Bahrain or countries with which Bahrain has signed mutual recognition agreements (currently Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel and Seychelles) – and have not been in or transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain – are exempt from the pre-departure PCR test and quarantine requirements. They will still be required to pay for and undergo the arrival, day five and day ten PCR tests. Those vaccinated in these countries will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ on arrival which will allow access to indoor public services in-country, depending on Bahrain’s Traffic Light Alert System. See Public places and services
    . Travellers are encouraged to review their eligibility for on-arrival visas
    .
    All unvaccinated arrivals aged 12 and under must quarantine for a period of five days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility. Arrivals aged 5 and under are exempt from the pre-PCR testing and arrivals testing procedure. All arrivals of all ages coming from or having been in or transited through a Bahrain ‘Red List’ country within fourteen days must quarantine for ten days.
    Before travelling, you should check with your airline who may have their own boarding requirements, including pre-PCR testing.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’svisa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days, unless exempt as set out above. Arrivals are also required to undertake a PCR test on day five and day ten of their stay. The fixed fee covers all tests. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the tests. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but, unless exempt, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 13 years and above, will be required to self-isolate for 10 days as part of the arrivals testing procedure, unless exempt as set out above. Those aged 12 and below are required to self-isolate for 5 days. The requirement for 10 days applies to aged 12 and below if arriving from, or having been in, a ‘Red List’ country as outlined above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second and third arrival PCR swab tests can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals must:
    • present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries, currently: Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Georgia, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Panama, Philippines, Slovenia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe) and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), fifth day and on the tenth day of the stay, (at government testing facilities), and
    quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required)
    In addition, all arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries, check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    For travel from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia, check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health and Ministry of Interior From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are dependent on the current status of Bahrain’s internal COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System.
    *Public places and services: On 1 July Bahrain adopted a COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System, which sets out differing levels of social restriction based on the average COVID-19 positivity rate. Check the detailed measures in force at each alert level . The current level of alert will be announced on Bahrain’s ‘latest COVID-19 decisions’ website.
    As essential services, hospitals, pharmacies, banks, food shops and petrol stations are permitted to remain open at all levels of the traffic light system.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, in Bahrain, you will be contacted by the authorities or through the ‘BeAware’ app and subject to quarantine measures, required to self-isolate in a hotel or private accommodation, as well as given health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres if necessary.

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    02.09.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Bahrain, Georgia, Malawi, Ukraine: Authorities in Bahrain add three countries to COVID-19 travel ban list (Reuters, 05.08.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
    • present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries – currently; Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe); and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), day five and day ten of the stay (at government testing facilities), as well as;
    Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the arrival tests. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. All arrivals of all ages coming from or having been in or transited through a Bahrain ‘Red List’ country within fourteen days must quarantine for ten days.
    Non-vaccinated students (includes those attending schools, kindergartens, nurseries, rehab centres, training centres and institutions) will additionally have to undertake their studies online for the period of ten days after arrival, regardless of exemptions.
    Entry rules are subject to change at short notice so travellers are advised to check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions
    and Bahrain’s Airport website
    for information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, (unless any of the above exemptions apply). The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Exemptions: Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from countries that are eligible for an on-arrival visa, which includes the UK, and have not been in or transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, are exempt from quarantine. They will still be required to present a pre-departure PCR test and pay for and undergo the arrival, day five and day ten PCR tests. Those vaccinated in these countries will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ on arrival which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country, depending on Bahrain’s Traffic Light Alert System. See review their eligibility for on-arrival visas.
    Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from Bahrain, a country whose vaccination certificate is approved by the Ministry of Health in Bahrain, or countries with which Bahrain has signed mutual recognition agreements (currently Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel and Seychelles) are exempt from the pre-departure PCR test and quarantine requirements and will also if needed receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’. These arrivals are still required to pay for and undergo testing on arrival and on days five and ten of their stay in Bahrain.
    All unvaccinated arrivals aged 12 and under must quarantine for a period of five days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility. All arrivals aged 5 and below are exempt from the pre-PCR testing and arrivals testing procedure.
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days, unless exempt as set out above. Arrivals are also required to undertake a PCR test on day five and day ten of their stay. The fixed fee covers all tests. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the tests. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but, unless exempt, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 13 years and above, will be required to self-isolate for 10 days as part of the arrivals testing procedure, unless exempt as set out above. Those aged 12 and below are required to self-isolate for 5 days. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health
     for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second and third arrival PCR swab tests can be booked through the app or by calling 444.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals must:
    • present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries, currently: Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe) and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), fifth day and on the tenth day of the stay, (at government testing facilities), and
    quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or
    at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    In addition, all arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries, check
    Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and
    Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are rrequired to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain.
    The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
    From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are dependent on the current status of Bahrain’s internal COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System.
    *Public places and services: On 1 July Bahrain adopted a COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System, which sets out differing levels of social restriction based on the average COVID-19 positivity rate.
    Check the detailed measures in force at each alert level. The current level of alert will be announced on Bahrain’s
    ‘latest COVID-19 decisions’ website.
    As essential services, hospitals, pharmacies, banks, food shops and petrol stations are permitted to remain open at all levels of the traffic light system.

    Read more
    29.08.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Bahrain, Georgia, Malawi, Ukraine: Authorities in Bahrain add three countries to COVID-19 travel ban list (Reuters, 05.08.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
    • present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries – currently; Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe); and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), day five (for those who arrive on or after 29 August) and day ten of the stay (at government testing facilities), as well as;
    Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the arrival tests. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. Entry rules are subject to change at short notice so travellers are advised to check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website for information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries.
    *Exemptions: Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from countries that are eligible for an on-arrival visa, which includes the UK, and have not been in or transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, are exempt from quarantine. They will still be required to present a pre-departure PCR test and pay for and undergo the arrival, day five and day ten PCR tests. Those vaccinated in these countries will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ on arrival which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country, depending on Bahrain’s Traffic Light Alert System. Travellers are encouraged to review their eligibility for on-arrival visas.
    Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from Bahrain, a country whose vaccination certificate is approved by the Ministry of Health in Bahrain, or countries with which Bahrain has signed mutual recognition agreements (currently Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel and Seychelles) are exempt from the pre-departure PCR test and quarantine requirements and will also if needed receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’. These arrivals are still required to pay for and undergo testing on arrival and on days 5 and 10 of their stay in Bahrain.
    Arrivals aged 5 and below are exempt from the pre-PCR testing and arrivals testing procedure.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, (unless any of the above exemptions apply). The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code.PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Bahrain will accept proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days, unless exempt as set out above. Arrivals are also required to undertake a PCR test on day five and day ten of their stay. The fixed fee covers all tests. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing, and through which you can pay for the tests. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but, unless exempt, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, will be required to self-isolate for 10 days as part of the arrivals testing procedure, unless exempt as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, must:
    • present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries, currently: Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe) and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival (at the airport), fifth day (for those who arrive on or after 29 August) and on the tenth day of the stay, (at government testing facilities), and quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    In addition, all arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain, the GCC, or a number of other countries are set out on the Entry requirements page.
    For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries, check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain, if they are not exempt. PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are dependent on the current status of Bahrain’s internal COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System.
    *Public places and services: On 1 July Bahrain adopted a COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System, which sets out differing levels of social restriction based on the average COVID-19 positivity rate. Check the detailed measures in force at each alert level. The current level of alert will be announced on Bahrain’s ‘latest COVID-19 decisions’ website.
    As essential services, hospitals, pharmacies, banks, food shops and petrol stations are permitted to remain open at all levels of the traffic light system.

    Read more
    26.08.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Bahrain, Georgia, Malawi, Ukraine: Authorities in Bahrain add three countries to COVID-19 travel ban list (Reuters, 05.08.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for nationals. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
    • present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries – currently; Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe); and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, at the airport and testing centre respectively, as well as;
    Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility
    • (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal
    for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries please also check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website.
    *Exemptions: Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from the UK, the EU, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore or Canada and have not been in or transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, are exempt from quarantine. They will still be required to present a pre-departure PCR test and pay for and undergo the arrival and day ten PCR tests. Those vaccinated in these countries will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ on arrival which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country, depending on Bahrain’s Traffic Light Alert System.
    Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from Bahrain, a country whose vaccination certificate is approved by the Ministry of Health in Bahrain, or countries with which Bahrain has signed mutual recognition agreements (currently Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel and Seychelles) are exempt from the pre-departure PCR test and quarantine requirements and will also if needed receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’. These arrivals are nevertheless still required to pay for and undergo testing on arrival and on the 10th day of their stay in Bahrain.
    Arrivals aged 6 and below are exempt from the pre-PCR testing and arrivals testing procedure.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, (unless any of the above exemptions apply). The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code.PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Check the latest travel information for Saudi Arabia on the Saudia website. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Bahrain will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days, unless exempt as set out above. On day 10, arrivals are required to undertake a second PCR test. The fixed fee covers both tests. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but, unless exempt, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, will be required to self-isolate for 10 days as part of the arrivals testing procedure, unless exempt as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the <Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, must:
    • present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries, currently: Bangladesh, the Dominican, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe) and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay at the airport and testing facility respectively, and
    quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    In addition, all arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain, the GCC, or a number of other countries are set out on the Entry requirements page.
    For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries, check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website .
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain.
    . The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are dependent on the current status of Bahrain’s internal COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System.
    *Public places and services: On 1 July Bahrain adopted a COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System, which sets out differing levels of social restriction based on the average COVID-19 positivity rate. Check the detailed measures in force at each alert level
    . The current level of alert will be announced on Bahrain’s ‘latest COVID-19 decisions’ website .
    As essential services, hospitals, pharmacies, banks, food shops and petrol stations are permitted to remain open at all levels of the traffic light system.
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, in Bahrain, you will be contacted by the authorities or through the ‘BeAware’ app and subject to quarantine measures, required to self-isolate in a hotel or private accommodation, as well as given health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres if necessary.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    12.08.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available foreign nationals. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
    • present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries – currently; Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Myanmar, Mongolia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Tunisia, Iran, South Africa, Indonesia, Iraq, Philippines, Panama, Malaysia, Uganda, and the Dominican), and;
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, at the airport and testing centre respectively, as well as;
    Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at alicensed quarantine facility (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries please also check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website .
    *Exemptions: Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from the UK, the EU, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore or Canada and have not been in or transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, are exempt from quarantine. They will still be required to present a pre-departure PCR test and pay for and undergo the arrival and day ten PCR tests. Those vaccinated in these countries will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ on arrival which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country, depending on Bahrain’s Traffic Light Alert System.
    Arrivals who can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from Bahrain, a country whose vaccination certificate is approved by the Ministry of Health in Bahrain, or countries with which Bahrain has signed mutual recognition agreements (currently Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel and Seychelles) are exempt from the pre-departure PCR test and quarantine requirements and will also if needed receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’. These arrivals are nevertheless still required to pay for and undergo testing on arrival and on the 10th day of their stay in Bahrain.
    Arrivals aged 6 and below are exempt from the pre-PCR testing and arrivals testing procedure.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, (unless any of the above exemptions apply). The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code.PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available. You should not use the NHS testing service to get a test in order to facilitate your travel to another country. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway is open for travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centers is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days, unless exempt as set out above. On day 10, arrivals are required to undertake a second PCR test. The fixed fee covers both tests. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but, unless exempt, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, will be required to self-isolate for 10 days as part of the arrivals testing procedure, unless exempt as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, must:
    • present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries, currently: Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Myanmar, Mongolia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Tunisia, Iran, South Africa, Indonesia, Iraq, Philippines, Panama, Malaysia, Uganda, and the Dominican), and
    • pay for and undergo PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay at the airport and testing facility respectively, and
    • quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    In addition, all arrivals from Bahrain’s ‘Red List’ countries must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain.
    For information on this and other updates, including the latest Bahrain ‘Red List’ countries, check Bahrain’s latest COVID-19 decisions and Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi ArabiaMinistry of Health. From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are dependent on the current status of Bahrain’s internal COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System.
    *Public places and services: On 1 July Bahrain adopted a COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System, which sets out differing levels of social restriction based on the average COVID-19 positivity rate. Check the detailed measures in force at each alert level. The current level of alert will be announced on Bahrain’s ‘latest COVID-19 decisions’ website.
    As essential services, hospitals, pharmacies, banks, food shops and petrol stations are permitted to remain open at all levels of the traffic light system.
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, in Bahrain, you will be contacted by the authorities or through the ‘BeAware’ app and subject to quarantine measures, required to self-isolate in a hotel or private accommodation, as well as given health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres if necessary. .
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    02.08.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must:
    • present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through Bahrain’s red list countries currently include Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Myanmar, Mongolia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Tunisia, Iran, South Africa, Indonesia, Iraq, Philippines, Panama, Malaysia, Uganda, and the Dominican), and;
    • Undertake and pay for PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, as well as;
    Quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility
    (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Bahrain’s red list countries mentioned above must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    Exemptions: Arrivals who have not been in or transited through Bahrain’s ‘red list’ countries (currently Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Myanmar, Mongolia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Tunisia, Iran, South Africa, Indonesia, Iraq, Philippines, Panama, Malaysia, Uganda, and the Dominican) within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, and can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from the UK, the EU, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore or Canada are exempt from quarantine however will still be required to present a pre-departure PCR test and undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, which includes the need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. Upon proving your vaccination status on arrival, you will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country.
    Arrivals who can prove they have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 in Bahrain or a GCC country can show either their official COVID-19 vaccination status (Bahrain BeAware App or GCC app) or recovery certificate. Those who can prove they have been vaccinated in a country that has a reciprocal recognition agreement with the Kingdom of Bahrain (currently Hungary, Israel, Greece, Cyprus and the Seychelles) are still required to undergo and pay for the on-arrival PCR test and repeat the test on day 10 of their stay in Bahrain, but will be exempt from quarantining provided both tests are negative, and will also receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’.
    Arrivals aged 6 and below are exempt from the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, (unless any of the above exemptions apply) . The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code.PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia page. From 11 July, travelers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Bahrain will accept the COVID Pass or your NHS Bahrain will accept your respective letter to demonstrate your COVID-19 vaccination status. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days. On day 10, arrivals are required to undertake a second PCR test unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. The fixed fee covers both tests. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but, unless exempt as above, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures on arrival, and will be required to self-isolate and repeat the test again on day 10, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, must:
    • present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from or having transited through: Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Myanmar, Mongolia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Tunisia, Iran, South Africa, Indonesia, Iraq, Philippines, Panama, Malaysia, Uganda, and the Dominican), and
    • undertake and pay for PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, and
    quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required).
    In addition, all arrivals from Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain.
    For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. PCR testing services at the Causeway are no longer available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi ArabiaMinistry of Health.
    From 11 July, travellers who have received two doses of the Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia via the King Fahd Causeway from Bahrain if they have also received a booster jab that has been approved by the Saudi authorities (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer Biotech).
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are closed as per Government guidelines until 2 July.

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    15.07.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available including UK nationals. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, except for those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from/transited through Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal or Bangladesh), and undertake and pay for PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, as well as quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility ( proof of residence or hotel booking is required). You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal
    for the most up to date information. All arrivals from Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    *Exemptions: Arrivals who have not been in/transited through Bahrain’s ‘red list’ countries (currently Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh) within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, and can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from the UK, the EU, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore or Canada are exempt from quarantine however will still be required to present a pre-departure PCR test and undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, which includes the need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. Upon proving your vaccination status on arrival you will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country.
    Arrivals who can prove they have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 in Bahrain or a GCC country can show their official COVID-19 vaccination status (Bahrain BeAware App or GCC app) or recovery certificate, or those who can prove vaccinated in a country that has a reciprocal recognition agreement with the Kingdom of Bahrain (currently includes Hungary, Israel, Greece, ,Cyprus and the Seychelles) are still be required to undergo and pay for the on-arrival PCR test and repeat the test on day 10 of their stay in Bahrain, but will be exempt from quarantining, and will also receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’.
    Arrivals aged 6 and below are exempt from the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, if they are unable to prove exempt as set out above. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centers is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, must pay for and undergo a PCR test on arrival and self-isolate for 10 days. On day 10, arrivals are required to undertake a second PCR test unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. The fixed fee covers both tests Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but unless exempt as above, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures on arrival, and will be required to self-isolate and repeat the test again on day 10, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Tests can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health
     for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, must present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 72 hours prior to departure (48 hours if arriving from/transited through Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal or Bangladesh), and undertake and pay for PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, as well as quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required). In addition, all arrivals from Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain, the GCC, or a number of other countries.
    For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are closed as per Government guidelines until 2 July.
    *Public places and services: Until 2 July, public recreational and non-essential commercial outlets including malls, shops, bars, gyms, salons and swimming pools will be closed. Education facilities such as schools and universities will be online only. Restaurants are permitted to be open for takeaway only. Hospitals, pharmacies, banks, food shops and petrol stations are permitted to remain open. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and limited to a maximum of 6 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    You should comply withmandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

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    25.06.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Government to suspend entry of travelers from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka from 24 May to stem COVID-19 spread (Khaleej Times, 23.05.2021). French authorities add Bahrain, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uruguay to list of COVID-19 high-risk countries (SVI, 17.05.2021). Bahrain establish ‘corridor’ for vaccinated travellers (Reuters, 10.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport or those who fit the exemptions outlined below, must present an approved negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 48 hours prior to departure, and undertake and pay for PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, as well as quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine facility (proof of residence or hotel booking is required). You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing.
    You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All arrivals from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also have Bahraini citizenship or visa residency to be allowed entry to Bahrain. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    *Exemptions and demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status. Arrivals who have not been in Bahrain’s ‘red list’ countries (currently India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh) within 14 days of arrival in Bahrain, and can prove official COVID-19 vaccination status from the UK (NHS App or letter), the EU, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore or Canada are exempt from quarantine and the need to present a pre-departure PCR test, however will still be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, which includes the need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. Upon proving your vaccination status on arrival you will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country. You should not use your vaccine appointment card to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Arrivals who can prove they have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 in Bahrain or a GCC country can show their official COVID-19 vaccination status (Bahrain BeAware App or GCC app) or recovery certificate, or those who can prove vaccinated in a country that has a reciprocal recognition agreement with the Kingdom of Bahrain (currently includes Hungary, Israel, Greece and Cyprus) will be exempt from quarantining and from undergoing the arrivals PCR testing procedure, and will also receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’.
    Passengers between the age of 7 and 17 will undergo the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, as well as quarantine for 10 days in all cases.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, if they are unable to prove exempt as set out above. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. The fixed fee will also cover a further coronavirus test required to be taken on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but unless exempt as above, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 7 years and above, will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 7 years and above, must present a negative PCR test certificate with QR code conducted no more than 48 hours prior to departure, and undertake and pay for PCR tests on arrival and on the tenth day of the stay, as well as quarantine for a period of ten days in their residence or at a licensed quarantine hotel (proof of residence or hotel booking is required). In addition, all arrivals from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must hold Bahraini citizenship or visa residency.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain and the GCC, are set out on the Entry requirements page.
    For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain, if they are not exempt as set out on the Entry requirements page. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are open subject to vaccination and social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Shops, gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and limited to a maximum of 6 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    From 21 May until 3 June 2021, access to shops, retail outlets (except supermarkets, banks and pharmacies) and indoor services including malls, restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events and events & conferences, will be limited to only those able to show an official vaccination or recovery certificate issued in Bahrain or a GCC country, or a vaccination certification card proving the acceptance of their vaccination status given upon arrival at a port of entry. All those aged 17 and below will not be allowed access to the above indoor services in any cases. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

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    25.05.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: French authorities add Bahrain, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uruguay to list of COVID-19 high-risk countries (SVI, 17.05.2021). Bahrain establish ‘corridor’ for vaccinated travellers (Reuters, 10.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for foreign nationals. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport or those who fit the exemptions outlined below, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for five days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All passengers (including transit) aged 6 years and above arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure, and those staying in Bahrain must have Bahraini visa residency as well as quarantine for 10 days either at home or in one of the hotels licensed by the National Health Regulatory Authority. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: From 13 May 2021, if you have had a full course of vaccine in England, the EU, the USA, or Canada, and can show your official COVID-19 vaccination status (App or letter) at the airport or other port of entry, you will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ proving your vaccination status which will allow you access to indoor public services in-country. You should not use your vaccine appointment card to demonstrate your vaccine status. You will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, which includes the need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. If you are staying in Bahrain for five days or more, you must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following your arrival.
    Arrivals who have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 in Bahrain or a GCC country can show their official COVID-19 vaccination status (Bahrain BeAware App or GCC app) or recovery certificate, to be exempt from undergoing the arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19.
    Arrivals who have been vaccinated in a country with a mutual recognition agreement with Bahrain can show your official vaccination certificate at the airport or other port of entry to receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ proving vaccination status, and will be exempt from undergoing the arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19.
    If you have been vaccinated in any other country not mentioned above, you can show your vaccination certificate with a QR code to receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ proving vaccination status, but will still be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, and will need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. If you are staying in Bahrain for five days or more, you must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following your arrival. Passengers between the age of 6 and 17 will undergo the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 in all cases.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, if they are unable to prove exempt as set out above. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. The fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but unless exempt as above, are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom.
    Exemptions to these rules, which include those who have been fully vaccinated in Bahrain and the GCC, are set out on the Entry requirements page.
    All passengers (including transit) who are 6 years old and above arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure, and those staying in Bahrain must have Bahraini visa residency as well as quarantine for 10 days either at home or in one of the hotels licensed by the National Health Regulatory Authority. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining and pools are open subject to vaccination and social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Shops, gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and limited to a maximum of 6 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    From 21 May until 3 June 2021, access to shops, retail outlets (except supermarkets, banks and pharmacies) and indoor services including malls, restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events and events & conferences, will be limited to only those able to show an official vaccination or recovery certificate issued in Bahrain or a GCC country, or a vaccination certification card proving the acceptance of their vaccination status given upon arrival at a port of entry. All those aged 17 and below will not be allowed access to the above indoor services in any cases. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

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    21.05.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Bahrain establish ‘corridor’ for vaccinated travellers (Reuters, 10.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport or those who fit the exemptions outlined below, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for five days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All passengers (including transit) aged 6 years and above arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: From 13 May 2021, if you have had a full course of vaccine in England, the EU, the USA, or Canada, and can show your official COVID-19 vaccination status (Bahrain App or GCC App ) at the airport or other port of entry, you will receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ proving your vaccination status. You will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, which includes the need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received.
    If you are staying in Bahrain for five days or more, you must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following your arrival. Arrivals from England who have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 in Bahrain or a GCC country can show their official COVID-19 vaccination status (NHS App or letter, available from 17 May) or recovery certificate, to be exempt from undergoing the arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19.
    Arrivals who have been vaccinated in a country with a mutual recognition agreement with Bahrain (currently includes Hungary, Israel, Greece and Cyprus) can show your official vaccination certificate at the airport or other port of entry to receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ proving their vaccination status, and will be exempt from undergoing the arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19.
    If you have been vaccinated in any other country not mentioned above, you can show your vaccination certificate with a QR code to receive a ‘Vaccination Certification Card’ proving vaccination status, but will still be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19, and will need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. If you are staying in Bahrain for five days or more, you must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following your arrival. Passengers between the age of 6 and 17 will undergo the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 in all cases.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain, if they are unable to prove exempt as set out above. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should not use the NHS testing service to get a test in order to facilitate your travel to another country. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. The fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received, unless they are able to prove an exemption as set out above. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom.
    All passengers (including transit) who are 6 years old and above arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, unvaccinated arrivals into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open. Shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and events are limited to a maximum of 30 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    From 13 May 2021, indoor services including restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events, events & conferences, and children’s play & leisure centres will be limited to those able to show an official vaccination or recovery certificate issued in Bahrain or a GCC country, or a vaccination certification card proving the acceptance of their vaccination status given upon arrival at a port of entry. All those aged 12 – 17 will be allowed access to indoor services in all cases, and those below 12 will be allowed entry if accompanied by a COVID-19 vaccinated or recovered individual able to prove their status as above. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

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    13.05.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. From 22 February, any person staying in Bahrain for 5 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing.
    You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All passengers (including transit) arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure.
    For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    From 13 May 2021, on-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain aged 6 years and above, must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. From 13 May, on-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    From 13 May, testing and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals aged 6 years and above, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. All passengers (including transit) who are 6 years old and above arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    From 13 May, on-arrival tests and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates which can be downloaded via the Bahrain BeAware App.

    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open. Shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and events are limited to a maximum of 30 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    From 13 May 2021, indoor services including restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events, events & conferences, and children’s play & leisure centres will be limited to those able to show via the Bahrain BeAware App that they are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, and those under-18 years old who are accompanied by a parent or guardian who has been fully vaccinated or who has fully recovered from COVID-19. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

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    06.05.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. From 22 February, any person staying in Bahrain for 5 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing.
    You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. All passengers (including transit) arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure.
    For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    From 13 May 2021, on-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    From 13 May, on-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    From 13 May, testing and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. All passengers (including transit) arriving from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    From 13 May, on-arrival tests and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates which can be downloaded via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open. Shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and events are limited to a maximum of 30 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    From 13 May 2021, indoor services including restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events, events & conferences, and children’s play & leisure centres will be limited to those able to show via the Bahrain BeAware App that they are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, and those under-18 years old who are accompanied by a parent or guardian who has been fully vaccinated or who has fully recovered from COVID-19. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

    Read more
    02.05.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. From 22 February, any person staying in Bahrain for 5 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. From 27 April all passengers (including transit) arriving from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    From 13 May 2021, on-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. From 13 May, on-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    From 13 May, testing and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. From 27 April all passengers (including transit) arriving from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must also provide proof of a negative PCR test with a QR code, conducted not more than 48 hours before departure. For information on this and other updates please also check Bahrain’s Airport website.
    From 13 May, on-arrival tests and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates which can be downloaded via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open. Shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and events are limited to a maximum of 30 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    From 13 May 2021, indoor services including restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events, events & conferences, and children’s play & leisure centres will be limited to those able to show via the Bahrain BeAware App that they are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, and those under-18 years old who are accompanied by a parent or guardian who has been fully vaccinated or who has fully recovered from COVID-19. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

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    27.04.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Authorities impose new COVID-19 restrictions for two weeks as case numbers rise (Reuters, 05.02.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. From 22 February, any person staying in Bahrain for 5 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    On-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. From 22 February, the fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. On-arrival tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    Testing and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom.
    On-arrival tests and quarantine will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals and/or COVID-19 recoverees. Currently this will only apply to those vaccinated within Bahrain and able to show their vaccination and COVID-19 recovery status certificates which can be downloaded via the Bahrain BeAware App.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted. Gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open. Shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and events are limited to a maximum of 30 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    Indoor services including restaurant/café dining, gyms, spas, swimming pools, cinemas, sporting events, events & conferences, and children’s play & leisure centres will be limited to those able to show via the Bahrain BeAware App that they are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, and those under-18 years old who are accompanied by a parent or guardian who has been fully vaccinated or who has fully recovered from COVID-19. Outdoor services remain accessible to non-vaccinated individuals as normal.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

    Read more
    23.04.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Authorities impose new COVID-19 restrictions for two weeks as case numbers rise (Reuters, 05.02.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. From 22 February, any person staying in Bahrain for 5 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page .
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. From 22 February, the fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, with in-school learning permitted from 14 March 2021. Gyms, sports halls and swimming pools are also permitted to be open from 14 March 2021. Shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines, including a maximum of 6 people per table, and limited indoor dining will be permitted from 31 March 2021. Restrictions on social gatherings remain (including in private residences) and events are limited to a maximum of 30 people. Places of worship are open from 14 March 2021 with some restrictions in place.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

    Read more
    14.03.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Authorities impose new COVID-19 restrictions for two weeks as case numbers rise (Reuters, 05.02.2021). Bahrain airspace opens to Qatar on 11 January (Khaleej Times, 10.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain:*Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival are available for UK nationals. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until the first test results have been received. From 22 February, any person staying in Bahrain for 5 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. You should not use the NHS testing service to get a test in order to facilitate your travel to another country. You should arrange to take a private test.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page .
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. From 22 February, the fixed fee will also cover two further coronavirus tests, required to be taken on the fifth and on the tenth day after arrival into Bahrain. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. Two additional coronavirus tests are required five and ten days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain:*Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the fifth day and tenth day following their arrival in the Kingdom.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, however in-school learning has been suspended from 31 January to 14 March 2021. Gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines and a maximum of 6 people per table. Indoor dining has been suspended from 31 January to 31 March 2021. Special events should have a maximum of 30 people.
    You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

    Read more
    22.02.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Authorities impose new COVID-19 restrictions for two weeks as case numbers rise (Reuters, 05.02.2021). Bahrain airspace opens to Qatar on 11 January (Khaleej Times, 10.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities including the UK. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’svisa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also a cover a further coronavirus test, required to be taken on the 10th day after arrival into Bahrain if applicable. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, however in-school learning has been suspended from 31 January to 20 February 2021. Gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines and a maximum of 6 people per table. Indoor dining has been suspended from 31 January to 20 February 2021.Special events should have a maximum of 30 people. You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

    Read more
    10.02.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Authorities impose new COVID-19 restrictions for two weeks as case numbers rise (Reuters, 05.02.2021). Bahrain airspace opens to Qatar on 11 January (Khaleej Times, 10.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities including the UK. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’svisa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also a cover a further coronavirus test, required to be taken on the 10th day after arrival into Bahrain if applicable. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, however in-school learning has been suspended from 31 January to 20 February 2021. Gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines and a maximum of 6 people per table. Indoor dining has been suspended from 31 January to 20 February 2021.Special events should have a maximum of 30 people. You should comply with mandatory social distancing measures, including limiting gatherings to members of the same household or closed social circle and utilising outdoor spaces rather than enclosed spaces. It is mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Rules are strictly enforced by the authorities and non-compliance can result in immediate fines and/or arrest.

    Read more
    03.02.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Bahrain airspace opens to Qatar on 11 January (Khaleej Times, 10.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities including the UK. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’svisa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also a cover a further coronavirus test, required to be taken on the 10th day after arrival into Bahrain if applicable. Those arriving via the King Fahd Causeway will not be tested but are required to provide a negative PCR certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into Bahrain.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals, except for those transferring within the airport, will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to provide a negative Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificate valid from a test taken up to 72 hours before arrival into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”. Travellers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code. From Sunday 17 January 2021 PCR testing services at the Causeway will no longer be available. Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    16.01.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Government temporarily suspends flights to number of destinations considered risky (MEC, 05.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine.
    The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page and official government website.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also a cover a further coronavirus test, required to be taken on the 10th day after arrival into Bahrain if applicable.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine. Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. The King Fahd Causeway reopened on 3 January 2021 to allow travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page and official government website.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    05.01.2021
  • Bahrain Latest News: Government temporarily suspends flights to number of destinations considered risky (MEC, 05.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine.
    Travel into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway is restricted. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page and official government website.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also a cover a further coronavirus test, required to be taken on the 10th day after arrival into Bahrain if applicable.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444.
    The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine. Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Travel across the King Fahd Causeway is restricted. Check the latest information on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page and official government website.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    21.12.2020
  • Bahrain Latest News: Government temporarily suspends flights to number of destinations considered risky (MEC, 05.10.2020).

    International Restrictions: Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. The causeway to Saudi Arabia is now open. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine. If you are planning to travel from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia, from 15 September 2020 only certain categories of expatriates holding valid visas (exit/entry, business, residence/Iqama and visit) are allowed to enter and exit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Check the requirements on the Saudi Arabia and official government website.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must pay for and undergo a coronavirus test on arrival and self-isolate until test results have been received. The fixed fee will also a cover a further coronavirus test, required to be taken on the 10th day after arrival into Bahrain if applicable.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures, and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment, offered free of charge, at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home or at their hotel. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444. The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. The King Fahd Causeway to Saudi Arabia is now open to certain categories of traveller. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine. If you are planning to travel from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia, from 15 September 2020 only certain categories of expatriates holding valid visas (exit/entry, business, residence/Iqama and visit) are allowed to enter and exit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Check the requirements on Saudi Arabia and official government website. Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    14.12.2020
  • Bahrain Latest News: Government temporarily suspends flights to number of destinations considered risky (MEC, 05.10.2020).

    International Restrictions: Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service.
    *Entry to Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. The causeway to Saudi Arabia is now open. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine. If you are planning to travel from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia, from 15 September 2020 only certain categories of expatriates holding valid visas (exit/entry, business, residence/Iqama and visit) are allowed to enter and exit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia check the website here.
    *Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.
    *Testing on arrival: All arrivals into Bahrain must undergo a coronavirus test on arrival costing 30 Bahraini Dinar and self-isolate until test results have been received. A further coronavirus test, also costing 30 Bahraini Dinar, is required at the end of the 10 day period.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to coronavirus testing procedures and will be required to self-isolate until test results have been received. Those who test positive will be subject to further quarantine measures and health treatment at hospital or quarantine centres. Those who test positive but are without symptoms may be permitted to self-isolate at home. An additional coronavirus test is required 10 days following arrival, which can be booked through the “BeAware” app or by calling 444. The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health  for additional information.
    *Data collection: All arrivals are required to provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The second PCR swab test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. The King Fahd Causeway to Saudi Arabia is now open to certain categories of traveller. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine. If you are planning to travel from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia, from 15 September 2020 only certain categories of expatriates holding valid visas (exit/entry, business, residence/Iqama and visit) are allowed to enter and exit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Check the requirements on Saudi Arabia at the official government website.
    Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 20 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are are open subject to social distancing guidelines.
    *Public places and services: Schools and universities are open, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    26.10.2020
  • Bahrain International Restrictions:
    Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.
    The causeway to Saudi Arabia is now open. In addition to fulfilling visa requirements, those arriving into Bahrain via the Causeway are required to undergo and pay for the same enhanced testing procedure, and self-quarantine until test results have been received. Alternatively, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) certificates accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry within 72 hours after undergoing the COVID-19 tests are valid for entry to Bahrain with no requirement for additional testing and quarantine.
    If you are planning to travel from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia, from 15 September 2020 only certain categories of expatriates holding valid visas (exit/entry, business, residence/Iqama and visit) are allowed to enter and exit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Check the requirements on the Saudi Arabia Travel Advice page and official government website.
    Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. All arrivals into Bahrain must undergo a coronavirus test on arrival costing 30 Bahraini Dinar and self-isolate until test results have been received . A further coronavirus test, also costing 30 Bahraini Dinar, is required at the end of the 10 day period. The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health additional information.
    All arrivals are required to wear an electronic bracelet, provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The bracelet will be removed only after a negative test on completion of the self-isolation period. This test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 5 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are closed. Schools and universities are closed, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants remain open for delivery only.

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    28.09.2020
  • Bahrain *****International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are now operating to and from Bahrain on a reduced service. Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, and visas on arrival have been reintroduced for 68 nationalities including the UK. All arrivals into Bahrain will be required to undergo and pay for the enhanced arrivals testing procedure for COVID-19 and need to self-quarantine until test results have been received. Any person staying in Bahrain for 10 days or more must repeat the testing procedure on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom. You will be required to download the “BeAware” app in advance of testing. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change. The causeway to Saudi Arabia currently remains closed. Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport without the requirement to undergo testing. All arrivals into Bahrain must undergo a coronavirus test on arrival costing 30 Bahraini Dinar and self-isolate until test results have been received . A further coronavirus test, also costing 30 Bahraini Dinar, is required at the end of the 10 day period. The Government of Bahrain has stated that anyone subjected to self-isolation/quarantine must comply or face up to three months in jail and a fine of up to 10,000 BHD. Visit the website of the Government of Bahrain’s Ministry of Health additional information.
    All arrivals are required to wear an electronic bracelet, provide contact details and download the “BeAware” Bahrain app, which will be used to monitor compliance during the self-isolation period. The bracelet will be removed only after a negative test on completion of the self-isolation period. This test can be booked through the app or by calling 444.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 5 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are closed. Schools and universities are closed, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants remain open for delivery only.

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    07.09.2020
  • Bahrain *****International Restrictions
    Bahrain International Airport remains open, including for transit and transfer passengers, however entry to Bahrain is restricted to Bahraini citizens, residents, and some other categories. All other passengers will be denied entry. All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to enhanced testing procedures and need to self-isolate for 10 days from the date of arrival. The King Fahd Causeway to Saudi Arabia currently remains closed. Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Social distancing measures are in place. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, including on all public transport and while travelling in taxis, with fines of 5 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Accommodation including hotels and private rental properties are permitted to be open, and are subject to public health measures such as the wearing of masks in public areas. Amenities such as restaurant dining, pools are closed. Schools and universities are closed, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, shops are open but with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants remain open for delivery only.

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    21.07.2020
  • Bahrain *****International Restrictions
    Entry is restricted to Bahraini citizens, residents, GCC citizens who don’t need visas, diplomats, passengers with Prior Permission Granted letter (PPG), military personnel, airline crew or holders of official, service, or UN passports. All other passengers will be denied entry to the Kingdom.
    Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service. You should check with your airline for the most up to date information before travelling to Bahrain and monitor the Bahrain News Agency for further updates as these restrictions may be subject to change.The causeway to Saudi Arabia currently remains closed.Transiting Bahrain: Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport. You should check Bahrain’s visa portal for the most up to date information.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Increased social distancing measures came into effect 26 March – 9 April and again from 23 April. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, with fines of 5 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Schools and universities are closed, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, all shops are open, with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants remain open for delivery only. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    16.07.2020
  • Bahrain *****International Restrictions
    Entry to Bahrain is restricted to Bahraini citizens, residents, and some other categories. All other passengers will be denied entry.
    Transit and transfer passengers are permitted to use Bahrain International Airport. All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to quarantine and enhanced testing procedures. Those without symptoms will be required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, while those with symptoms will be subject to further quarantine measures. Additionally all arrivals who have visited or transited Iran, Iraq and Lebanon within 14 days prior to their arrival in Bahrain will be subject to enhanced testing procedures and quarantine at Government facilities. Flights may also be subject to suspension or a reduced/changed service.
    All incoming passengers at the Bahrain International Airport or at seaports arriving from countries with COVID-19 cases will be given a health questionnaire and screened. All travellers must comply with the requirements of the Government of Bahrain.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Increased social distancing measures came into effect 26 March – 9 April and again from 23 April. It is now mandatory to wear face masks in public, with fines of 5 Bahraini Dinars for failure to do so. Schools and universities are closed, gatherings of over 5 people have been banned, all shops are open, with strict social distancing measures in place. Restaurants remain open for delivery only. You should comply with any additional measures put in place by the authorities.

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    25.06.2020
  • Bahrain 1. Suspension of visa on arrival facilities.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, official, service or United Nations passport.
    2. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Bahrain.
    – This does not apply to residents of Bahrain.
    – This does not apply to military personnel.
    3. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
    4. Border crossing on the causeway is suspended due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

    Internal restrictions:

    Supermarkets and other food shops remain open; however, the first hour of operation at these establishments is dedicated to elderly and pregnant customers.
    Stores and sectors providing goods and services directly to clients will be allowed to resume operations.
    Petrol stations, banks, pharmacies, offices without client-facing services, export-import businesses, construction/manufacturing companies, automotive repair shops and businesses involved in the production of essential goods are also permitted to operate.
    Restaurants can only accept takeaway and delivery orders.
    All individuals are required to wear facemasks in public places.

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    19.06.2020
  • Bahrain 1. Visa on arrival has been suspended.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, an official, a service or UN passport.
    2. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Bahrain.
    – This does not apply to residents of Bahrain.
    – This does not apply to military personnel.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a valid letter of Prior Permission Granted which is presented prior to boarding.
    3. All passengers arriving in Bahrain will immediately be taken to undergo enhanced testing procedures as a preventative measure for Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will be subject to quarantine.
    4. Border crossing on the causeway has been temporarily suspended due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

    Internal restrictions:

    Supermarkets and other food shops remain open; however, the first hour of operation at these establishments is dedicated to elderly and pregnant customers.
    Stores and sectors providing goods and services directly to clients will be allowed to resume operations.
    Petrol stations, banks, pharmacies, offices without client-facing services, export-import businesses, construction/manufacturing companies, automotive repair shops and businesses involved in the production of essential goods are also permitted to operate.
    Restaurants can only accept takeaway and delivery orders.
    All individuals are required to wear facemasks in public places.

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    03.06.2020
  • Bahrain

    International restrictions:

    Visa-on-arrival services for all nationalities suspended. Entry to Bahraini citizens and foreigners holding valid residency permits is limited, with some exceptions. All passengers, regardless of nationality and visa status, arriving in Bahrain will undergo mandatory medical screening and will be subject to quarantine at a medical facility. Those arriving from other countries will also have to undergo enhanced medical screening and will be required to self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of the outcome. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. National carrier Gulf Air has resumed transit flights through Bahrain International Airport (BAH), connecting Frankfurt Airport (FRA, Germany), London Heathrow Airport (LHR, UK) and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CGD, France) with Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL, Philippines). The King Fahd Causeway, which connects Bahrain with Saudi Arabia, is closed. Only Bahraini or Saudi nationals seeking to be repatriated to their respective countries will be granted entry after undergoing thermal screening. The land border with Saudi Arabia remains closed. Bahraini citizens, foreigners holding a valid residency permit, diplomats, passengers with a Prior Permission Granted Letter (PPG), military personnel, airline crew or holders of official service or UN passports are exempt from the entry restrictions. The authorities have suspended visa-on-arrival services for all nationalities and limited entry and transit to Bahraini citizens and foreigners holding valid residency permits, with some exceptions. All arriving passengers must declare to their airline and immigration authorities if their first port of departure was in China, Egypt, the EU, Hong Kong (China SAR), Iran, Iraq, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, the UK or the US. UAE-based carriers have suspended all flights to/from Bahrain. The land border with Saudi Arabia remains closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    Supermarkets and other food shops remain open; however, the first hour of operation at these establishments is dedicated to elderly and pregnant customers. Stores and sectors providing goods and services directly to clients will be allowed to resume operations. Petrol stations, banks, pharmacies, offices without client-facing services, export-import businesses, construction/manufacturing companies, automotive repair shops and businesses involved in the production of essential goods are also permitted to operate. Restaurants can only accept takeaway and delivery orders. All individuals are required to wear facemasks in public places.

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    30.05.2020
  • Bahrain

    International restrictions:

    Bahrain has restricted entry and transit to travelers who have been in Austria, Belgium, China, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Iraq, Korea, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, or the United States in the past 14 days. This does not apply to citizens of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates, residents of Bahrain, airline crew, military personnel, or travelers with special approval. Travelers who have been in Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Singapore, or Thailand in the past 14 days must have a valid visa prior to arrival. This does not apply to citizens of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, residents of Bahrain, airline crew, military personnel, or travelers with special approval. Visa on arrival has been suspended except for diplomats or travelers with UN passports. All passengers arriving in Bahrain will undergo testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) and are subject to quarantine. Border crossing on the causeway has been suspended.

    Internal restrictions:

    Shops and industries providing goods and services are allowed to open. Hypermarkets, supermarkets, cold stores, bakeries, pharmacies, and banks remain open and restaurants continue to provide services via take away or delivery only. The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism issued a notice clarifying what is deemed non-essential. People who break quarantine face either a minimum of three months in jail, a fine ranging from 1,000 Bahraini dinars (Dh9,767) to 10,000 dinars, or a combination of both.

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    25.05.2020
  • Bahrain Government eases COVID-19 restrictions (Reuters, 06.05.2020)
    Transit flights resume through Bahrain International Airport (BAH) between London Heathrow Airport (LHR), Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CGD) and Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila, while all flights to other locations remain suspended until further notice.

    The authorities have suspended visa-on-arrival services for all nationalities and limited entry and transit to Bahraini citizens and foreigners holding valid residency permits, with some exceptions.
    Bahraini citizens, foreigners holding a valid residency permit, diplomats, passengers with a Prior Permission Granted Letter (PPG), military personnel, airline crew or holders of official service or UN passports are exempt from the entry restrictions.
    All arriving passengers must declare to their airline and immigration authorities if their first port of departure was in China, Egypt, the EU, Hong Kong (China SAR), Iran, Iraq, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, the UK or the US.
    All passengers, regardless of nationality and visa status, arriving in Bahrain will undergo mandatory medical screening and will be subject to quarantine at a medical facility. Those arriving from other countries will also have to undergo enhanced medical screening and will be required to self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of the outcome.
    Transit flights resume through Bahrain International Airport (BAH) between London Heathrow Airport (LHR), Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CGD) and Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila, while all flights to other locations remain suspended until further notice.
    UAE-based carriers have suspended all flights to/from Bahrain.
    The land border with Saudi Arabia remains closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    Internal restrictions:

    From 7 May 19.00 (local time), shops and industries providing goods and services will be allowed to open. Hypermarkets, supermarkets, cold stores, bakeries, pharmacies, and banks remain open and restaurants continue to provide services via take away or delivery only. The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism issued a notice clarifying what is deemed non-essential. People who break quarantine face either a minimum of three months in jail, a fine ranging from 1,000 Bahraini dinars (Dh9,767) to 10,000 dinars, or a combination of both.

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Shops and industrial enterprises in Bahrain can open from Thursday 7 May. (Reuters, 06.05.2020)

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    SITATA/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    Bahrain Government/
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