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Updated on 22 Mar 2022

Considering that the entry regulations in each country may change at any time, and that each destination has its own specific procedures, please confirm HERE what the entry requirements are and the procedures due to COVID-19.  Always confirm the information with official government agencies.

Please be advised that it is the responsibility of the passenger to comply with all government policies and entry requirements and failure to comply may result in denied boarding for the flight or entry to the destination.

Following the gradual reopening of air routes, the Guinean Government has enacted the following measures for any traveller entering or leaving the national territory of Guinea:


a) The following passengers are authorised: 

  • Guinean passport holders (expired up to 5 years);
  • Guinean identity card;
  • Citizens from ECOWAS countries (Community of West African States): Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo;
  • Citizens of all countries with visa exemption as defined in TIMATIC;
  • Holders of residence card for foreigners;
  • Long-stay visa holders (with and without photo);
  • Entry visa holders (registration receipt / photo and QR code);
  • Long-stay visa holders (registration receipt / photo and QR code);
  • Transit Visa Holders (receipt of registration / photo and QR code)
  • Holders of certificate issued by a Guinean Embassy; these certificates are no longer issued!
  • Holders of certificate issued by the D.C.P.A.F. (Central Directorate of Border Police)
  • Holders of certificate issued by the Special Conakry Airport Police Station;

b) All passengers must present :

  • Under 6 years old: no requirements
  • From 6 years old on:   Negative PCR test performed no more than 72h prior to departure
  • From 18 years old onwards (in addition to the test): Full vaccination certificate: 
  • Exceptions to the presentation of test and vaccination:  Passengers who present recovery certificate valid for 6 months  

Acceptable vaccines:

  •  Janssen at 28 days after the single dose
  • AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna at 14 days after the 2nd dose
  • Sinopharm, Sinovac and Sputnic V at 14 days after the 2nd dose

c) All passengers must complete a health declaration form on the aircraft;

d) Passengers will be sequenced to disembark and must respect the one metre social distance marked on the ground;

e) Passengers will undergo a sanitary control (temperature measurement, evaluation of symptoms) at the exit of the aircraft;

f) Passengers showing signs evocative of COVID-19 will be isolated and transferred to the Centre de Traitement Epidémiologique;

g) Guineans citizens repatriated or boarding humanitarian flights, who do not have a negative certificate on departure will undergo the PCR screening test on arrival and will be systematically confined pending the result.



a) Passengers departing Conakry will be subject to the Reciprocity Agreement for COVID-19 standard PCR testing more precisely if the destination country requires the negative test;

b) All passengers must wear a mask to access Conakry-Gbesia International Airport

c) Travellers will be subjected to a health examination (temperature taking, symptom assessment) on entry to the Airport in strict compliance with the health barrier measures;

d) Any traveller showing signs of COVID-19 will be isolated and transferred to the Epidemiological Treatment Centre.

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