Passengers flying with direct flights to Amsterdam can take a rapid COVID-19 antigen test at the airport
Beginning from January 25, all passengers flying with direct flights to the Netherlands can take a rapid COVID-19 antigen test at Tallinn Airport for a fee. From January 23, all passengers who are travelling to or transiting via the Netherlands are required in addition to the negative PCR test taken not more than 72 hours before the departure, also show a proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 antigen test taken not more than 4 hours before their departure.
For passengers flying with direct flights from Tallinn to Amsterdam, Confido testing facility is open during the days where direct flights are scheduled on Monday and Friday between 04:00 and 06:30. You can book a time for the test at the webpage of Confido. Using the pre-booking system ensures social distancing at the airport and compliance with the 2+2 rule at our facilities.
The test is taken from the nasopharynx and together with the test results certificate costs 40 euros. The results will be available approximately 15 minutes after the test, after which the certificate will be immediately sent to the persons e-mail. In special cases, the certificate can be handed out on paper. Certificate will be in English language, for Estonian citizens the results will also be available in the health information system Digilugu. In case of positive test result, the person must immediately self-isolate, consult their doctor and book a a time for a PCR test to confirm the initial result.
All passengers, who are flying from Tallinn to Amsterdam via Riga, Helsinki or Frankfurt will be able to board their flights without the rapid test results assuming that they will take the required test at their connection hub before their second flight. All three named hubs have rapid testing facilities available. It is important to check the exact location of the testing facility and booking requirements if applicable before your flight in a timely manner.
Stay up to date with possible travel restrictions in your country of destination – consult the Reisi Targalt website, the ReOpen portal of the European Union, and, if necessary, contact the foreign mission of the country of destination for details.