Pakistan International Airline's passenger aircraft

Pakistan Limits Air Travel To Fully Vaccinated Passengers Only

JUST IN: October 1, 2021 onwards, only fully vaccinated travelers will be allowed to air travel from or to Pakistan. In a rapidly evolving Covid era. Pakistan recently resumed relaxing its border restrictions and started welcoming travelers once again from all over the world. This development will definitely act as a challenging yet long-lasting decision to make tourism safer, healthier and Covid free in Pakistan. 


As per the statement issued by Pakistan’s highest Covid monitoring authority National Command & Control Authority (NCOC), “all incoming international passengers as well as those flying domestically or abroad would not be allowed to avail the facility from September 30 unless fully vaccinated against Covid-19.”


With the ongoing spread of the Delta variant, travelers visiting Pakistan are advised to stay up-to-date as more such measures might be enforced with little notice. Are you planning a visit to Pakistan this year, here’s what you can expect.




Can I travel to Pakistan from the UAE, EU or USA?

Pakistan is currently accepting travelers from all countries, except the ones listed as Category C countries.


You are required to provide your traveler contact information through The PassTrack mobile app, prior traveling to Pakistan, and a negative certificate COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken at least 72 hours before the flight.




What vaccines does Pakistan accept?

Pakistan is accepting all commonly administered vaccines around the world. These include double-dose Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac; or the one-shot Cansino, and Johnson & Johnson vaccine.




What else is important to know?

All arrivals are required to have a Rapid Antigen test at the airport, and also fill in a Personal Declaration of Origin and Health form at Airport Health Desk, regardless of their COVID status or point of departure.




Get yourself vaccinated now & enjoy flying to Pakistan!