Important information with regards to travelling during the COVID-19 Pandemic 

Travelling abroad*

As per 27 July, the travel advice for destinations within the EU have changed. All of Europe is now green (travel allowed) or orange (travel allowed but risks). 

Upon return to The Netherlands, a DCC must be shown. For non-fully vaccinated travellers, a negative PCR test (max. 48 hrs old) or a negative Antigen test (max. 24 hours old) most be shown. 

Please note that where you travel to, extra corona measures like quarantine or test obligations may apply. The situation in a country may change rapidly, therefor, check the trave advise regularly. 

Checklist for travel to the Netherlands

If you travel from abroud to The Netherlands, please check here what is applicable for you.

Restrictions Schiphol Airport

As of Saturday 13 November 6 p.m., new corona measures will apply in the Netherlands. This also means something for your journey via Schiphol. You can find a list of the new measures below.

Keeping distance
The 1.5 meter measure will apply again. You are asked to give each other space at Schiphol. At times, for example at the security check and passport control, it can be busier. You may be asked to stand closer together. That is why it is mandatory to wear your face mask throughout Schiphol and everyone is asked to keep as much distance as possible.

Shops and restaurants
Would you like to use a food or drink facility at our airport? From Saturday 13 November, the restaurants and essential stores before the security check, for example at Schiphol Plaza, will be closed every day after 8 p.m. It will be possible to take-away food an drinks after this time. After the security check the restaurants remain open after 8 p.m. All non-essential stores before the security check will close at 6pm.

Picking up and dropping off
Unfortunately, people who are dropping travelers off and/or are picking them up are not welcome in the terminal for the time being. You are asked to say goodbye at the Kiss & Ride or to meet each other at P1 short-term parking. This way it won't be to crowded in our terminal and everyone can keep their distance safely.

International trains

It is required to wear face masks in the stations, trains and platforms.