All international arriving passengers have to mandatorily submit the fully-filled self-reporting form to APHO and duplicate stamped copy to Immigration.



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Travellers from specified Countries at risk as identified by the Government of India will be required to take the RT-PCR test on arrival.

High Risk Countries: Countries in Europe including The United Kingdom, South Africa, Brazil, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Singapore, Hong Kong, Israel, Ghana, Tanzania.

Besides carrying an RT-PCR report, travellers from specified Countries at risk are mandated to undergo RT-PCR test on arrival

Passport (Self- declaration form as uploaded in Air Suvidha Portal is also required to be carried in soft or hard copy)

For Rapid PCR (optional) - 2 hours – INR 3900

For RT-PCR - 6 hours – INR 750

Results of the RT-PCR test will be given in hard copy.

For faster processing and saving time, pre-book the test prior to arrival at the airport. Other modes of payment cash, credit and debit cards and digital payments.

A dedicated waiting area is available for passengers who wait for the result after taking the RT-PCR test.

Dedicated area is available for travellers with reduced mobility. Baby care rooms and washrooms are in the nearby vicinity of the waiting area.

If tested negative passengers will follow, home quarantine for 7 days.

Re-test on the 8th day of arrival in India and if negative, further self-monitor of their health for next 7 days.

If travellers are tested positive, their samples should be sent for genomic testing at INSACOG laboratory network.

They shall be managed at separate isolation facility and treated as per laid down standard protocol.

The contacts of such positive case should be kept under institutional quarantine or at home quarantine monitored strictly by the concerned State Government as per laid down protocol.

Children under 5 years of age are exempted from both pre- and post-arrival testing. However, if found symptomatic for COVID-19 on arrival or during home quarantine period, they shall undergo testing and treated as per laid down protocol.

The COVID RT-PCR testing can be availed at @HyderabadAirport by all departing and arriving passengers. GHIAL has collaborated with Mapmygenome, a Hyderabad based NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories) and ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) certified agency to provide the services for COVID-19 test. The Sample collection facility is located at the International Arrivals and Departures.

As domestic flights have started, taxis/cabs (Ola, Uber, Meru, Sky, etc ) to and fro GMR Hyderabad International Airport are allowed round the clock. Public are allowed to travel to and fro Airport round the clock in their personal/hired vehicles along with boarding pass/flight ticket/booking details.

All scheduled domestic flight operations will continue at the Hyderabad Airport. Passengers are requested to get in touch with the airline concerned for updated flight information.

Hi, we're working with APHO to help facilitate their enhanced monitoring procedures across GMR Hyderabad International Airport. We've also put in place a number of additional cleaning and hygiene measures like enhanced washroom cleaning, placement of automated sanitizers, thorough cleaning at all passenger touch points, providing face masks and sanitizers to all airport staff. On top of these regular checks, awareness signage at strategic locations have also been placed and passenger records are shared regularly with regulatory bodies. Thank you.

Hand Sanitizers are placed at all strategic locations of the airport.

In case you show any symptoms, you'll be sent to a special quarantine facility. For any queries or concerns, you may reach out to National Helpline number +91-11-23978046 or State helpline number 104 or write to [email protected]

All International arriving passengers have to undergo medical screening conducted by Airport Health Organization (APHO)

Hyderabad International Airport is in close coordination with Airport Health Organization (APHO) has taken adequate precautionary measures. We have placed hand sanitizer dispensers, health advisory information displayed on screens across the airport and enhanced already existing cleaning process to keep our passengers and colleagues safe.

You can call the 24x7 by dialing in National help line: +91 11 23978046 or Telegana State Helpline: +91 40 24651119.

Please visit the website of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India to get current updates on COVID information by clicking the link -

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Government of India has stopped all International flights. The domestic flights have started now. For further details, please contact your respective airline.