Following the notification by the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency announcing the new entry regulation effective from 1st of February 2021 we would like to highlight once again what you need to consider before you travel.
Passengers are not allowed to enter Georgia. This does not apply to:
1. Nationals of Georgia;
2. Nationals or residents of the European Union Member States, the Kingdom of Norway, Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the United States of America, the State of Israel, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, State of Qatar,The United Arab Emirates who must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The certificate must be in English. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before arrival. Passengers are obliged to undergo additional PCR testing on the 3rd day of arrival. Nationals and/or residents of the countries mentioned above are subject to fill application form prior to departure to submit it on arrival point in Georgia. Application form is available at:
This form will be immediately collected when entering the border, therefore we recommend it to have it already printed. Passengers travelling or having travel history for last 14 days from the United Kingdom are subject of mandatory quarantine for 12 days.
3. Passengers with a certificate of vaccination against Coronavirus (COVID-19). The certificate must be in English.
4. Passengers travelling for business purposes and holding special approval issued by appropriate authorities of Georgia.
5. Diplomats and their family members. Staff members of diplomatic missions, consular posts and representations of international organisations accredited to Georgia and their family members. (This category includes both individuals who possess the accreditation card issued by the MFA of Georgia, as well as newly appointed staff members of missions, who travel to Georgia for the first time to take up their duties)
6. Merchant Seamen holding special approval issued by appropriate authorities of Georgia.
We kindly ask you to take this information into consideration and ensure that all documents are in place before travelling to Georgia. Failure to provide sufficient documentation might be subject of border crossing denial.