Resuming Flights to Select Destinations

We’re taking all measures necessary to make sure you’re protected during your flight and that our crews are protected too, so here are some things you need to know when preparing for your flight.

We are Working closely with the Afghanistan government and global aviation authorities in resuming flights between Afghanistan and select destinations from our network while adopting enhanced safety measures for a safe travel.

You can book these flights through our website, mobile app, call center, sales shops or travel agents.

General Guidelines

  1. All passengers must wear medical masks and gloves at the airport, on board the plane, and in transit.
  2. Read about our enhanced safety measures for a safe travel.
  3. Passengers must arrive at the airport 3 hours prior to departure.
  4. Each country has different rules for accepting passengers. Please follow the local government guidance and check iatatravelcentre.com to stay informed about the latest entry requirements.


Flights from Kabul

We are operating scheduled flights from Kabul to select destinations from our network. Check below to find out everything you need to know about travelling to your destination including dates and entry requirements.

KBL-SHJ (Kabul - Sharjah)

UAE residents with labor and related visa categories can enter Sharjah if they have been outside the UAE for less than a year. UAE residents with investor, managerial and related visa categories can enter Sharjah if they have been outside the UAE for less than a year and half.

Before flight

  1. If you are an Abu Dhabi or Al Ain UAE resident, visit www.uaeentry.ica.gov.ae before you book your flight to verify your entry status. Take a photocopy of your passport and UAE resident visa.
  2. Take covid-19 PCR test within 96 hours of the flight departure time from the approved medical facility. UAE Nationals and children below 12 years of age are exempt from the test.
  3. Check requirements for your departing country. Follow the guidelines of departing country If their validity for the PCR test is less than 96 hours or if they require children below the 12 years of age to conduct the Covid-19 PCR test.
  4. Print your negative covid-19 PCR test result. You will be required to present physical copy of the report at the check-in counter.

 Upon arriving in Sharjah

  1. Download ALHOSN mobile application.
  2. Take another covid-19 PCR test upon arrival and self-quarantine until the test result comes.
  3. You will be free to leave the quarantine after getting negative test result. Passengers with positive result will have to isolate themselves as per the guidelines of Ministry of Health and Prevention.

Flying to Afghanistan

If you flying from Sharjah, covid-19 PCR test is not required to fly to Afghanistan.

KBL-KWI (Kabul - Kuwait)

  1. Currently passengers are not allowed to travel to Kuwait.

Flying to Afghanistan

If you flying from Kuwait, covid-19 PCR test is not required to fly to Afghanistan.

KBL-DEL (Kabul - Delhi)

Following passengers are allowed to travel to India:

  1. Indian nationals
  2. Afghan nationals (including dependents) on any visa except on Tourist visa issued after 01AUG2020.

 Travel Guidelines: 

  1. If you are an Indian national and flying from Kabul, please submit the Registration form 72 hours before the flight
  2. Download the Aarogya Setu mobile application before the flight.
  3. Submit a self-declaration form and undertaking to abide by the appropriate quarantine rules at Air Suvidha portal 72 hours before the flight. This can also be submitted upon arrival at the airport.
  4. Though COVID-19 PCR test is not required, we highly recommend to conduct the test and upload it to Air Suvidha portal 72 hours before the flight to get an exemption from institutional quarantine upon arrival. Children under the age of 11 are exempted from the PCR test.
  5. Passengers without the PCR test can conduct the test upon arrival where such a facility exists at the airport. Otherwise, passengers will have to go into institutional quarantine for 7 days and home quarantine for 7 days.
  6. In compelling cases such as pregnancy, serious illness etc, passengers can request for exemptions from the quarantine or to allow for 14-days home quarantine by submitting the request through the Air Suvidha portal 72 hours before the flight.

 Flying to Afghanistan

If you are flying from New Delhi, covid-19 PCR test is not required to fly to Afghanistan.

KBL-IST/ESB-KBL (Kabul to Istanbul & Ankara)

  1.  All passengers aged 6 years and above are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result to board the flight.
  2. The test should be no later than 72hrs.
  3.  Passengers can do their COVID-19 tests in an accredited hospital by the Ministry of Public Health. Please visit the MoPH website for the list.
  4.  Passengers traveling to Afghanistan are not required to present the PCR test.

 

KBL-TAS-KBL (Kabul to Tashkent)

  1. All passengers aged 2 years and above traveling to Uzbekistan (Tashkent) are required to present a Negative COVID-19 test result to board the flight.
  2. The test should be no later than 72hrs
  3. Passengers will be tested again at Tashkent airport, the cost must be paid by the passengers
  4. Passengers can do their COVID-19 tests in an accredited hospital by the Ministry of Public Health. Please visit the MoPH website for the list.
  5. Passengers traveling to Afghanistan are not required to present the PCR test.

 

KBL-ISB (Kabul - Islamabad)

  1. Passengers with valid visa can travel to Islamabad with no restrictions or any other documentations
  2. PCR test is mandatory for any passenger traveling from Kabul to Islamabad and test should be no more than 72 hours.

Flying to Afghanistan

If you flying from Islamabad, covid-19 PCR test is not required to fly to Afghanistan.

KBL-KSA (Kabul to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

  1. Passengers with valid visa can travel to KSA with no restrictions or any other documentations.
  2. Health Declaration Form needs to be filled. Link Below:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/172GTlZ5JK0yRY0-zqB6xFvb_4Vv4iZ0M/view?usp=sharing

  1. PCR test is mandatory for any passenger traveling from Kabul to KSA and test should be no more than 72 hours.
  2. Only below Hospitals and Clinics are authorised for PCR Test.
  • FMIC French Hospital
  • German Center DK
  • ASILA Authentic Center
  • ZNN Center

Flying to Afghanistan

If you flying from KSA, covid-19 PCR test is not required to fly to Afghanistan.

Laboratories for PCR Testing

In the Afghanistan, Kam Air has partnered with below listed Health Care Center to offer passengers PCR testing at special rates. 

To take advantage of these special rates, passenger must be able to present a valid Kam Air Booking confirmation along with their National ID "Tazkira" or passport copy. The fee will need to be paid at the time of testing which passengers are encouraged to arrange in accordance with their flight schedule to ensure the test report is valid at the time of their departure. 

  • Royal Medical Complex
  • Adei Hospital
  • Al-Falah Lab
  • Wahaaj Hospital
  • BHCC (Blossom Health Care Center)
  • DK German
  • Asia Laboratory
  • City Medical
  • Sana Medical Center
  • SRL Diagnostic (Arif Azim)