Jordan Has New Entry Regulations For Travelers From Beirut

Rahnuma | CAPA Centre For Aviation

The Jordanian Civil Aviation Regulatory Authority has made updates on entry regulations for travelers coming to Jordan in light of the coronavirus pandemic, details of which have been published by Royal Jordanian Airlines.

The following will apply to upcoming flights to Jordan from various countries, including Lebanon.

Travelers must:

  1. Complete a required form available at Visit Jordan and obtain a QR code, which is mandatory to board the plane (not required for children under 5 years old),
  2. Have a PCR test with a negative result within 120 hours prior to departure (not required for children under 5 years old),
  3. Submit to another PCR test upon arrival, at the traveler’s cost; 40 dinars (approximately $56),
  4. Install the “AMAN Mobile Application” on their mobile phones,
  5. Submit a valid health statement,
  6. Have proof of valid health insurance (for non-Jordanian nationals),
  7. Must quarantine 14 days upon arrival,

Any traveler providing false or incorrect information will be subject to a fine of 10,000 dinars.

Airlines are responsible for ensuring that every passenger has:

  • a valid QR code for the flight before boarding the plane,
  • performed a negative PCR test within 120 hours before departure,
  • provided proof of health insurance (non-Jordanians),
  • installed the AMAN Mobile App).

The above information was provided to The961 by Mr. Rawan Sahawneh of the Jordan Tourism Board. For more information, contact the airlines before booking or visit here.