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 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.

  • How can you keep distance at security?

    Safety is top priority at Schiphol. That’s why every traveller must go through the security check. And now by staying 1.5 metres away from everyone else.

  • 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?