Flying from Ras Al Khaimah
- If you are Abu Dhabi or Al Ain resident and booking a return flight: Visit http://uaeentry.ica.gov.ae/ to verify the entry status on your way back.
- Arrange international health insurance before flight departure.
- Check Covid-19 PCR test and other requirements of the destination country.
Flying to Ras Al Khaimah
Passengers allowed from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka:
Following category of passengers are allowed to travel from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka:
- Fully vaccinated residents after 14 days of taking the second dose of any WHO approved covid-19 vaccine and hold the vaccination certificate issued by the health authorities including the certificate on the Al Hosn App.
- All vaccinated passengers with E-visas arriving in Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah.
- All medical personnel working in the UAE including the doctors, nurses and technicians.
- All education sector staff, including teachers of universities, colleges, schools and institutes.
- All students currently studying in UAE.
- Humanitarian cases who have valid visas (for families reunion).
- All governmental staff of Federal and local entities.
- Long-term visa holders (Golden visa)
Pre-approval for E-visa holders:
All passenger arriving in Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah with a newly issued E-visa must register prior to their departure.
UAE residents residing in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain arriving from all other countries:
Passengers must visit uaeentry.ica.gov.ae before booking a flight to verify their entry status. Take a photocopy of your passport and UAE resident visa. No prior approval is required if resident of Sharjah or any other emirate.
PCR and Rapid Test:
Passengers including UAE nationals arriving from India, Pakistan, Kenya, Nepal, Bangladesh, Uganda and Sri Lanka are required to take covid-19 PCR test, conducted within 48 hours of the flight arrival time. Passengers are also required to conduct a rapid PCR test at the airport 6 hours prior to departure and will go through another PCR test at the arriving airport.
Test results for passengers arriving from Bangladesh, Egypt, Pakistan, Sudan, Lebanon,Sri Lanka, Nepal and India should carry QR code on it.
Passengers arriving from other countries can conduct the test within 72 hours of the flight departure time. All passengers will be re-tested upon arrival. UAE Nationals and children below 12 years are exempt from the test.
You will be required to present physical copy of the report at the check-in counter.
Passengers are required to download the ALHOSN application.
Flying on a connecting flight via Sharjah
Passengers departing from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka , Bangladesh or Nepal and transiting via Sharjah:
Check requirements for your departing and arrival countries. Passengers must carry negative report for covid-19 PCR test, conducted within 72 hours of the flight departure time, to transit via UAE. PCR test result must carry the QR code for verification. If the requirement about the covid-19 PCR test is different between the departing, arriving or transiting countries, most restrictive requirement should be followed.
Passengers departing from other countries and transiting via Sharjah:
Check requirements for your departing and arrival countries. If the requirement about the covid-19 PCR test is different between the departing and arriving countries, most restrictive requirement should be followed.