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Here are the pre-boarding PCR requirements for Gulf Air!

Gulf Air recently updated the travel requirements for all passengers landing or transiting through the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Passengers travelling to the Kingdom of Bahrain as their final destination:

All passengers travelling to the Kingdom of Bahrain as their final destination are required to provide a printed negative PCR certificate with a QR code taken no longer than 72 hours prior to departure Passengers that are 6 years and below are exempt from providing a pre-boarding PCR

Eligible vaccinated passengers travelling to the Kingdom of Bahrain as their final destination are exempt from providing a pre-boarding PCR test certificate only if they hold a valid vaccination/recovered certificate issued from the Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel or Seychelles.

Passengers transiting through Bahrain International Airport from non-red list countries:

Passengers transiting through Bahrain International Airport will need to meet requirements of their final destination by visiting the IATA Travel Centre before travelling and are not required to provide a pre-boarding negative PCR certificate, this does not apply to passengers boarding from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal or Vietnam. Passengers may need to refer back to the authorities of their final destination to ensure that their documents will be accepted at the borders and that they meet the language requirements

Passengers travelling to or transiting through the Kingdom of Bahrain as their final destination that are boarding from red list countries (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal or Vietnam):

All passengers travelling to or transiting through the Kingdom of Bahrain from red list countries (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal or Vietnam) and regardless of vaccination status are required to provide a printed negative PCR certificate with a QR code taken no longer than 48 hours prior to departure and will need to meet requirements of their final destination if transiting via Bahrain International Airport by visiting the IATA Travel Centre before travelling. Passengers may also need to refer back to the authorities at their final destination to ensure that their documents will be accepted at the borders in the required language. Passengers that are 6 years and below are exempt from providing a pre-boarding PCR.

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