-Updated African Travel Restrictions Due to COVID-19 – Namibia – Updated 22 September 2020 –
Namibia announced new implementation protocols that will guide the country’s international tourism revival initiative. These protocols will come into effect from 1 September 2020, which will signal the reopening of Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek to international visitors. Entry to Namibia will only be allowed via this airport.
Open for international travel
Health screening and COVID-19 protocols
- All passengers arriving on international flights must present a negative PCR COVID-19 test result, conducted within 72 hours of boarding the plane.
- All arriving travellers must submit their full itinerary on arrival.
- Not required, but all visitors must be available for a swab test on day five (5) of their trip. You must then be reachable / contactable on day seven (7) to receive the results of the swabbing. If the result is negative, you may proceed with the rest of your itinerary. If the result is positive, you will be treated at isolation facilities authorised by the Ministry of Health and Social Services at their cost, and according to national case management guidelines.
Countries allowed to travel to the destination
Airlines flying into the destination
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Lufthansa from 19 September 2020
- Air Namibia
- Eurowings from 20 September 2020
- Qatar Airways from 1 October 2020