ARRIVAL PROCEDURE AT BAKU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Citizens (passport holders) and residents of Russian Federation, Turkey, USA, Bahrain, UAE, United Kingdom, Israel, Hungary, Qatar, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Austria, Greece, Ireland, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, KSA, Japan, China, Malaysia, Estonia, Finland, France, Hong-Kong, Croatia, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania can enter Azerbaijan by air in accordance with passport and visa rules of Azerbaijan Republic and the below indicated conditions:
- Passengers over 18 years old - the presence of a COVID-passport (an official certificate confirming the completion of the full course of vaccination (both doses), or an official certificate of recovery from COVID-19), a document confirming a negative PCR test result for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours prior to flight departure. COVID-passport or immune certificate must have electronic verification attributes (QR code). These documents will be checked during check-in at the airport (it is preferable to have them printed).
- Passengers aged 1 to 18 years - medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before departure of flight.
- COVID passports and PCR test results are not required for children under 1 year old.
DEPARTURE PROCEDURE FROM BAKU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
- The requirement for passengers departing from the Republic of Azerbaijan to pass a PCR test for COVID-19 is regulated by the air carrier based on the rules established at the destination point.
- Entrance to the airport terminal is permitted only to the employees of the airport and structures operating on the territory of the airport and passengers.
A special quarantine regime is imposed in the country until 06:00, 1st November, 2021. Land and maritime borders remain closed.
There are currently no restrictions on travel around Azerbaijan. The use of masks is mandatory in transport facilities used for inter-city and inter-regional transportations.
Most businesses and services are open including restaurants and cafes (from 06:00 till 00:00), shopping malls, beaches.
Most public places such as gyms and places of worship, shopping malls, restaurants and hotels are only accessible for those able to demonstrate COVID Passport (Certificate confirming full vaccination or recovery from COVID19).
The wearing of masks outdoors is not mandatory. The wearing of masks indoors remains mandatory. Failure to follow mask-wearing rules could incur a 200 AZN fine.
The Baku Metro is open during the week. However, the Metro and public transport remains closed in Baku and a number of towns and cities across Azerbaijan during weekends and non-working days.
It is advisable to keep a social distancing in the crowded places.
Anyone who displays symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival in Azerbaijan will be directed to the medical station at the airport. From there the case will be reported to the Emergency Medical Services.
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