Amsterdam Airport: Travel safe and responsibly

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Info for Schiphol visitors

  • Food services & shopping

    Before security takeaway services are available, after security eating and drinking facilities are open. A number of shops are closed but offer alternatives.

  • Frequently asked questions

    Do I need to wear a face mask? Am I allowed to transfer? Do I need a health declaration and a negative COVID test result?

  • COVID test before departure

    You can take a rapid COVID-19 test at Schiphol before departure. If you travel to Schiphol, taking a coronavirus test is mandatory.

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  • Do I need to get tested before I fly?

    Many travel destinations require you to have a negative COVID-19 test result. Before you fly, check what is applicable to you and make an appointment for a corona test.

  • Do I have to wear a face mask at Schiphol?

    We kindly request that you wear a face mask from the moment you arrive at Schiphol to when you get to the plane, or from the moment you disembark to when you are outside again.

  • Do I need a health declaration?

    Your health and that of your fellow travellers is what we consider to be the most important thing. That is why we ask every traveller to complete a health declaration and bring it along.

  • Can I wave goodbye or welcome someone inside?

    We ask that you wait outside when picking someone up or dropping them off at Schiphol - you are not permitted to enter the terminal. Do you want to pick someone up or drop them off at Schiphol during curfew hours? Unfortunately, this is not allowed.

  • When do I need to go into quarantine?

    The Dutch government strongly advises people returning from countries that have been given a red or orange colour code to go into quarantine for ten days.

  • Which measures can I expect?

    There are fewer travellers but we have to maintain a distance of 1.5 metres, which can mean that it can actually seem busier. How can we give each other enough space?