Last updated on 6 APRIL 2022, 0830hrs (GMT+8)
Travel regulation for India
Category of Passengers Not Allowed Entry
- Effective 27 March 2022, all commercial international passenger flights will be allowed to operate to and from India.
Travel Procedures & Quarantine Order
- Effective 27 March 2022, passengers to India are required to:
- Submit complete and factual information in self-declaration form on the online Air Suvidha portal before the scheduled travel, including last 14 days travel details.
- Passengers must upload their negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report, which is to be conducted within 72 hours prior to the scheduled departure time OR a Certificate showing they have completed their primary COVID-19 vaccination.
(Note: All WHO-approved and recognised vaccines in Malaysia are accepted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare India (MOHFW). Vaccination certificate or health card or equivalent by the respective country of departure is required.)
- Only passengers who present a negative test result will be permitted to take connecting flights to other domestic destinations in India without quarantine at the city of the entry airport.
- Passengers who present a negative test result and are exiting the city of the entry airport will be exempted from institutional quarantine and are allowed to undergo home quarantine where they will need to monitor their health condition for fourteen (14) days.
Please note that travel restrictions and advisories may change at short notice, and that you continue to be solely responsible for complying with all laws and/or travel requirements of jurisdictions to be flown from, into or over. Malaysia Airlines (MH) makes no representation or warranty (either express or implied) on the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein, and shall not be liable for any errors or omissions, or any damages that may result from your access to, use of, and reliance on such information.