TRAVEL TO PNG
February 10, 2022
From 16th February the Controller has advised of changes to the requirements for passengers travelling to PNG.
- No PNG Pandemic Controller Approval will be required any more for arrivals from 16th February
- Passengers arriving from India and Philippines are no longer required to quarantine for arrivals from 16th February
- All passengers will still need to show evidence at check-in of being fully vaccinated. PNG Citizens returning to PNG, or those under the age of 18 are exempted
All passengers will still need to complete a negative PCR test within 72 hours of scheduled flight departure, and will undertake a rapid test on arrival. For Air Niugini flights arriving from Australia this will be conducted free of charge by ISOS. For all other flights the arrival testing will be conducted by Trakpro at a cost of K 350 per passenger. Passengers being tested by Trakpro are recommended to download and complete the “Scram TouchPoint” App in advance from the Apple – AppStore or for Android’s from the Google Play Store.
All passengers also still need to complete, prior to check-in, the online health declaration form at https://www.pnghdf.info/
Corporate Communications Department
10th February 2022