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Travel from Aalborg Airport

From 21 April 2021, the government advises against all unnecessary travel abroad - unless the country is 'yellow' (below the risk limit and no requirement for isolation on arrival). Business travel now defines as necessary travel, which is why it is possible to travel to both yellow and orange countries with limited requirements for isolation on return.

Read more about the new restrictions here

Travel to Aalborg Airport

If you travel from abroad to Aalborg Airport, there is a requirement for a negative COVID-19 test, taken within 24 hours before departure to Denmark - otherwise you will be rejected by the airline. Upon arrival test and isolation is mandatory and required by law.

If you travel within the Danish borders between Aalborg, Copenhagen and Bornholm, there is no requirement for a test. 

But for all travel to and from Aalborg, guidelines from EASA must be followed, which can be read via the link below. It is important that you are familiar with these before your trip.


COVID-19 test and self-isolation

Upon arrival at Aalborg Airport, it is a legal requirement from 7 February to be tested (antigen test or PCR) immediately and then go into isolation for 10 days. On day 4, you have the opportunity to have a new PCR test performed, and if this is negative, you can break the isolation. Failure to comply with the rules will result in a fine. Read the executive order on this (Danish).

At Aalborg Airport you can be quick-tested (antigen) by Falck in the terminal next to the main entrance of the airport. It is without pre-booking, meaning that you just show up at the test site between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.




Travel with KLM to Amsterdam

If you travel with KLM to Amsterdam from Aalborg Airport, you must be able to present a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or rapid test) that is not older than 24 hours at the time of departure from Aalborg Airport. As a traveler from 04.30 on the day of departure, you can be tested for free at Falck in their test center at Aalborg Airport. It is without an appointment and you will be referred by the airport or Falck staff at check-in.

In addition to a negative test that is not older than 24 hours, all travelers to Amsterdam must be able to present a negative PCR test that is not older than 72 hours on the day of departure. For transit passengers in Amsterdam, the test of a maximum of 72 hours is sufficient.

Important information to all passengers:

Due to COVID-19, there are a number of travel requirements you need to be aware of. Click here to see travel requirements​