Current information for travelers to Belgium
According to the latest regulations of the Belgian authorities, from 27 January to 1 April 2021, a temporary ban will be introdused on non-essential travel to and from the country. You can get acquainted with the full information, as well as the exceptions from the ban on the website of the Situation Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria here and here, as well as on the official website of the local authorities.
Until April 1, all other requirements for travel to and from the country are maintained:
- All passengers arriving in Belgium over the age of 12 who do not have Belgian nationality or permanent residence status must provide a negative PCR test for coronavirus taken no earlier than 72 hours before entering the country.
- It is obligatory to provide a Passenger Locator Form upon arrival. If the form is filled in correctly, you will receive an SMS with a Confirmation Code, which should be presented when checking in and boarding.
- Every citizen who arrives in Belgium after a stay of more than 48 hours from a "red zone" country, which includes Bulgaria, must comply with a mandatory 7-day quarantine, which can be completed only after a negative PCR test performed on the seventh day from quarantine.
More information can be found on the above official pages.
Due to the introduced restrictive measures for entering Belgium, Bulgaria Air will suspend its direct flights to / from Brussels until April 1, 2021. All passengers who need to travel to Belgium will be offered alternative re-routing options. You can also proactively contact the Customer Service Center by email email@example.com , where you will receive feedback within 1 working day.
The Bulgaria Air team