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COVID-19 test locations
If you need a negative COVID-19 test result before departure, please check these overviews below of test locations.
Test locations for passengers departing from Korea Test locations
Incheon Airport COVID-19 Testing Center
PCR, Antigen and Antibody tests are available at Incheon Airport COVID-19 Testing Center located at the 1st basement in Ternminal2. The center opens from 09h00 ~ 18h00 (subject to change). Reservation is mandatory and is available through www.airport.kr or Tel +82.32.741.9000. For details about the PCR test result, expense etc please check the official homepage below.
Latest information about Korea 1. Check your flight status
Updated on 1 September 2022.
KLM winter schedule has been updated. Please check the operation flight schedule below.
|KL861||Amsterdam-Incheon||20:10 - 14:55 +1||30 March ~ 29 October: Wednesday / Saturday|
|KL867||Amsterdam-Incheon||20:10 - 14:55 +1||28 March~ 28 October: Monday / Friday|
|KL831||Amsterdam-Incheon||20:00 – 14:45 +1||7 July, 14 July, 21 July, 28 July, 4 August: Thursday|
|July 17 July: Sunday*|
|KL862||Incheon- Amsterdam||01:10 - 07:45||1 April ~ 28 October: Monday / Friday|
|KL868||Incheon- Amsterdam||23:40 - 06:15 +1||29 March ~ 29 October: Tuesday / Saturday|
|KL867||Amsterdam-Incheon||19:50 - 15:40 +1||30 October ~ 1 January: Monday / Friday|
|KL861||Amsterdam-Incheon||19:25 - 15:15 +1||30 October ~ 1 January: Wednesday / Saturday|
|KL868||Incheon-Amsterdam||00:35 - 06:25||1 November ~ 2 January: Monday / Wednesday|
|KL856||Incheon-Amsterdam||01:25 - 07:15||1 November ~ 2 January: Friday / Sunday|
*Above schedules are subject to change without notice. Customers concerned will be informed individually. KLM is striving to maintain its service to Asia and reminds us that the safety of its customers and crews is its absolute priority.
2. Entry to the Netherlands The Netherlands
Update 22 March, 2022
As of 23 March, 2022 new entry rules will apply to travelers entering the Netherlands.
Travellers coming from within the EU (European Union) or the Schengen area
· Travellers to the Netherlands coming from within the EU or the Schengen area will no longer require a test, proof of recovery or proof of vaccination.
Travellers coming from outside the EU or the Schengen area
· Nationals of EU countries travelling to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU and the Schengen area no longer require a test, proof of recovery or proof of vaccination.
· Non-EU nationals remain subject to an EU entry ban. Exemptions apply for multiple categories of travellers, such as for people travelling from ‘safe’ countries (scroll down to “Travelling from a safe country or area), travellers with a proof of vaccination and people travelling for specific purposes.
· For all passengers, the test requirement will be lifted.
Travellers transferring/transiting in the Netherlands (changing planes)
· A European entry ban is in effect for some people, barring them from travelling to the European Union or the Schengen area/a connecting flight to a country outside the Schengen area.
· Passengers do not need to show a negative COVID-19 test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery on arrival in the Netherlands. Only the final destination’s conditions apply.
* All passengers travelling to, from, or via the Netherlands need to fill out a health declaration. Passengers will fill out this form while checking in via KLM.com, the KLM app, at the self-service kiosk at the airport, or the check-in desk. Passengers do not need to bring a paper copy of the health declaration.
3. REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSENGERS ENTERING KOREA
Update 1 September, 2022
1) Covid-19 testing regulations for inbound travelers:
All inbound travelers, whether our nationals or foreigners, arriving South Korea are not required to present a negative PCR test starting midnight of 3 September.
2) Quarantine upon arrival
Travelers entering Republic of Korea are no longer required for self- quarantine.
3) Covid-19 test upon arrival:
4) Q code pre-registration before departure:
It is possible to pre-register your quarantine information into Q-code system, provided by the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KCDC). If you register your quarantine information into the Q-Code and receive a QR code before departure, you can receive a fast-track quarantine inspection upon arrival in Korea.
For details including the procedure to register the Q-code, please check the link below.
For details including Exemption cases, please check below.