Mainland China travel restrictions

 

最終更新日:(日本)2021-02-01

 

Destinations: Beijing (BJS), Chongqing (CKG), Chengdu (CTU), Guiyang (KWE), Hangzhou (HGH), Nanchang (KHN), Nanjing (NKG), Shanghai Pudong (PVG) and Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA)  

 

Starting from 27 January 2021, all passengers travelling from Hong Kong to Beijing are required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test result issued by Hong Kong government recognised laboratories and healthcare institutions within seven days before boarding. The report should contain the following in Chinese or English:

 

Passenger’s name

Travel document number

Test method

Specimen collection time and date

Negative test result

Date and time of issue

Issuer’s signature

 

 

All travellers entering Beijing will be subject to mandatory quarantine of 14 days upon arrival, followed by quarantine at home or designated hotel for seven days and health monitoring for seven days.

 

Starting from 17 August 2020, all passengers travelling from Hong Kong to Beijing are required to undergo COVID-19 nuclei acid test 7 days before scheduled departure of the flight, and present a negative test result before boarding. List of local COVID-19 nucleic acid testing institutions recognized by the Hong Kong SAR Government can be found here.

 

From 28 March 2020, the entry of foreign nationals holding valid entry visas and residence permits will be temporarily suspended. Foreign nationals holding visas issued after 28 March 2020 will not be affected.

 

Passengers who meet any of the following criteria are permitted to board, but may be subject to quarantine requirements for 14 days upon arrival:

 

Travelling on a People’s Republic of China passport or China ID card that lists Hubei Province as the place of issue.

Visited Hubei Province in the past 14 days prior to departure.

 

 

Exemptions

 

All inbound travellers (including travellers from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, and transit passengers), regardless of their destinations, are required to take COVID-19 tests and to undergo a 14-day quarantine before entering Guangdong and Shenzhen.

 

All Chinese citizens taking a direct or transit flight to Mainland China are required to present a green A1/B1 health code at the airport check-in counter of origin. Click the below links for more information (simplified Chinese only).

For all Chinese citizens: A1 Health Code 

For Chinese citizens departing from the list of countries: B1 Health Code 

 

International flights will operate to/from Shanghai Pudong International Airport from 25 March 2020 to 24 June 2020.

 

Passengers transiting in Beijing Capital International Airport and Beijing Daxing International Airport will undergo health management.

 

Short-stay business travellers must stay in designated hotels and will not be allowed to leave without first being tested for infection.

 

 

Destinations: Haikou (HAK) and Sanya (SYX)  

From 28 March 2020, the entry of foreign nationals holding valid entry visas and residence permits will be temporarily suspended. Foreign nationals holding visas issued after 28 March 2020 will not be affected.

 

Passengers who meet any of the following criteria are not permitted to enter Hainan Island (Haikou Airport or Sanya Airport):

 

Travelling on a People’s Republic of China passport or China ID card that lists Hubei Province as the place of issue.

Visited Hubei Province in the past 14 days.

 

When entering Haikou:

 

Passengers detected with respiratory symptoms including fever, chills, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, etc. during border screening will be transferred to a designated medical centre for tests.

 

Passengers who meet one of the following criteria will be subject to mandatory quarantine of 14 days upon arrival:

 

Departed from or have visited areas with high number of infections.

Had close contact with confirmed cases.

 

Passengers transiting in Haikou are subject to further screening and won’t be allowed to board their connecting flight until approval is given.

 

For more information, visit National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China or call hotlines 0086 0898 12345 / 0086 0898 12320.

 

All Chinese citizens taking a direct or transit flight to Mainland China are required to present a green A1/B1 health code at the airport check-in counter of origin. Click the below links for more information (simplified Chinese only).

For all Chinese citizens: A1 Health Code 

For Chinese citizens departing from the list of countries: B1 Health Code 

 

Hong Kong Airlines staff will perform document checks at the airport to confirm if passengers are eligible to travel to destinations with restrictions in place. Passengers without checked baggage and holding mobile or self-print boarding passes will be subject to document check before boarding.

 

Passengers will also be asked to declare their travel history to help us ensure eligibility to travel.

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