Important information for travelers to and through the Netherlands
According to the latest regulations of the Dutch government, as of March 16, 2021, all passengers over 13 years of age traveling from Bulgaria to the Netherlands must provide:
Certificate of negative PCR test taken not earlier than 24 hours before the flight, which must be in one of the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish or Dutch,
OR: on arrival in the Netherlands, hold a certificate of negative antigen rapid test made not earlier than 24 hours before the flight and a certificate of negative PCR test made not earlier than 72 hours before the flight.
It is also obligatory to fill in before the flight and hand in upon landing an entrance declaration. You can download the form here.
The requirement remains, upon arrival in the country, all transit passengers must provide a certificate of negative PCR test, made not earlier than 72 hours before the flight, which must be in one of the following languages: English, German, French , Spanish or Dutch. The requirement for transit passengers to provide a certificate for a negative antigen rapid test is dropped.
A special organization with a 24-hour certified laboratory for PCR and antigen test for Covid-19 has been established at Terminal 2 at Sofia Airport.
In addition, all passengers on Bulgaria Air flights to Amsterdam must provide the cabin crew with the following form - download here in English or here in Bulgarian. In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the airline is obliged by the Dutch health authorities to keep the data from the form for each passenger within 14 days after the flight.
More information on the measures taken by local authorities, as well as passengers who are exempted from the requirements, can be found on the following official pages here and here.
Failure to comply with all requirements of local authorities will result in passengers not being allowed on board.
The Bulgaria Air team