Last Updated On: 29/11/2021 at 13:04
Requirements for Entry into the Netherlands from Malta
Latest Update: Travellers from Malta aged 12 years and over are required to present proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test.
Testing and Quarantine
Given that Malta has been classified as a yellow country by the Dutch government, passengers aged 12 years and over travelling to the Netherlands from Malta are required to present proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative test result (including the Digital COVID Certificate) upon arrival in the country through the CoronaCheck app, which can be downloaded here. For information about submitting printed proof instead of using the CoronaCheck app, please click here.
Quarantine is not required when travelling between Malta and the Netherlands.
The Dutch government is also advising passengers to take a coronavirus test after arriving in the Netherlands, regardless of their vaccination status. If you do not have proof of vaccination or recovery, you are advised to get tested on day 2 and 5 after your arrival (either by the GGD or by doing a self-test).
Forms and Declarations
You must fill in a health declaration form which is available here prior to your arrival in the Netherlands. The form must be completed by all travelers over the age of 13 years. You will need to present this declaration when boarding your aircraft, or when requested to do so by airport staff or officials of the airport medical authority.
For the latest information regarding entry regulations for the Netherlands, please click here.
Requirements for Entry into Malta from the Netherlands
For the latest information regarding entry regulations for Malta, please click here.
Before booking a flight, we advise you to contact your airline for guidance in relation to health and safety protocols at your destination or any airline specific requirements in place. Airline contact details may be found here, while our airport’s flight schedule is available here.