Conference: October 19-21, 2021
Exhibition: October 20-21, 2021

RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Travel

Page last updated 9/30/2021

Travelling from Abroad to the Netherlands

For the most up to date information as to the requirements to enter The Netherlands from abroad, and to determine your home country’s risk classification status, please visit the Netherlands COVID-19 site.
Please note there are also requirements to enter MRO Europe. Visit this page to find what you need.
If you’re not travelling from countries that have status very high risk in the Netherlands please read the information at the bottom of this page and visit the Netherlands Covid-19 site to check the requirements for entry for high risk and safe countries inside and outside the EU. Also see the requirements to enter MRO Europe.
All attendees travelling to The Netherlands by air need to complete the Health Declaration Form

Travelling from a “very high-risk area”:

If you are travelling from a country designated as VERY HIGH RISK (including the US and the UK), you may still enter the country but your entry requirements will depend on your vaccine status.

Fully Vaccinated Travellers: If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to quarantine. From 22 September onwards fully vaccinated travellers will no longer have to self-quarantine upon travelling from a very high risk area. However you must follow these steps:

  • 1- PASSPORT: We know it’s been a while, but don’t forget this one!

  • 2 - PROOF OF VACCINATION: Remember to bring your proof of vaccination and Vaccine Declaration Form to show that it’s legal for you to enter the country. Download the Vaccine Declaration Form.

  • 3 - NEGATIVE COVID TEST: You must be able to show a negative COVID-19 test result. This applies to everyone aged 12 or over and even if you have been vaccinated or have a proof of recovery. The type of mandatory negative test result you need depends on the mode of transport you use. Click here for details

  • 4 – HEALTH DECLARATION FORM: if you are travelling by air you must fill in a health declaration (only when aged 13 or above) and carry it with you. Some airlines allow you to complete this health declaration digitally when you check in. Download form here.

  • 5 -- QUARANTINE DECLARATION: Make sure you've filled in the quarantine declaration before you return to the Netherlands. Even if you fall under 1 of the exemption categories. The exemption category for MRO Europe is "Fully Vaccinated" or “Significant contribution to the Dutch Economy”

If you have questions, please contact [email protected]

We recommend attendees refer to this page as well as their own government guidance before travelling.


INSIDE EU

Traveling from a “Safe Country/Region”

If you are travelling from a safe country/region you may travel to the Netherlands, the EU travel ban does not apply to you. You do not need to show a negative test result and you are not required to self-quarantine when you arrive. If you are travelling by air you must fill in a health declaration and carry it with you. Some airlines allow you to complete this health declaration digitally when you check in. 

  • Check the list of Safe Countries from Inside EU

Travelling from a “high-risk area”:

From 8 August, people travelling from countries on this list can enter the Netherlands but must show a negative test result or proof of vaccination. See below resources:

OUTSIDE EU / Schengen Area

Traveling from a “Safe Country/Region”

If you are travelling from a safe country/region you may travel to the Netherlands, the EU travel ban does not apply to you. You do not need to self-quarantine on arrival but you are required to show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative test result to gain entry. If you are travelling by air you must fill in a health declaration and carry it with you. Some airlines allow you to complete this health declaration digitally when you check in.

Travelling from a “very high-risk area”:

If your country is outside of the EU and listed as a very high risk area, there are additional requirements and considerations to be aware of, including a mandatory self-quarantine. Please check the Government of Netherlands website for full details.


 

Covid test site at the RAI 

 

Antigen test: Testing for access to the event for attendees who need to test every 24-hours, for DCC access check can do so within the RAI at the Diamond Lounge (Entrance H). This is an antigen test and is free of charge.(costs covered by Dutch Government). Result of antigen tests can take up approx. 15 minutes and attendees can arrange the appointments via https://www.testenvoortoegang.org/ 

PCR test: Testing for travel. For tests to travel, please use the following link  https://bookyourcovidtest.com/   

Test to travel are no longer offered by the government. An Antigeen test is € 39,50 and a PCR test is € 99,50.Please note the postcode of the RAI 1078 GZ. The RAI will then pop up as test location.