Travel advice and documents during COVID-19

  • Travel from/to Belgium allowed
  • Specific documents required to travel
  • Find your way in the colour codes by country

Extra documents for travelling

FOR TRAVELLING ABROAD from Belgium, extra documents may be required in these COVID-19 times:

  • Identity card or international passport. Do not forget to check their validity. If you have dual nationality, it is best to bring the passport of your second nationality in case this is requested for the country of destination.
  • A negative COVID-19 test certificate or quarantine (at your destination) is required for some countries. Check the measures for your destination in advance. You can have a COVID-19 test taken at Brussels Airport.
  • To facilitate professional travel: When travelling for professional purposes, you need a Business Travel Abroad (BTA) form. The employer needs to complete this BTA form before you travel. Before travelling back to Belgium, you must complete the Passenger Locator Form. If you indicate that you are “travelling for professional purposes”, you will be requested to fill in your BTA certificate number. For more information about this form and its advantages, please click here 
  • Documents required by the country of destination: check which travel restrictions apply, if any, and which conditions you have to meet in the country you are flying to.

vaccination certificate (or any other document confirming you received a vaccine) does not replace a negative PCR test. Be sure to check the specific measures for the country of destination.

For more information on your standard travel documents, please click here.

FOR TRAVELLING TO BELGIUM, please check this information.

FOR TRANSFER PASSENGERS, please check this information.

Colour codes

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries are subject to travel restrictions which are converted into colour codes. Departing abroad is therefore on your own responsibility.

Check your destination here

The information on travel advice comes from the Foreign Affairs Ministry.  For more information, the Foreign Affairs call centre can be reached at +32 (0) 2 501 4000 on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Belgian time). The call centre is closed during weekends and on holidays and bridging days.

Other overviews can be found at IATA or Re-open EU.


Brussels Airport Company is providing the above for information purposes only, without guaranteeing the accuracy and completeness thereof. Brussels Airport Company is not responsible and cannot be held liable in any way for any damage or loss incurred from relying on the information provided by Brussels Airport Company.