COVID-19: TRAVEL INFO

Latest update: 20th October 2021

**Information below serves as summarised guidance only. It may be outdated at the time you are viewing it as travel requirements and restrictions change from time to time. Therefore, we strongly advise travellers to check with the state/government authorities websites for the latest updates and requirements.

The state of Johor is entering Phase 3 of National Recovery Plan (NRP) as announced by the National Security Council (NSC) until further notice.

Kindly be informed that as per latest announcement by Government on 10 October 2021, interstate travel is now allowed beginning 11 October 2021. Please take note that currently only fully vaccinated passengers are allowed for interstate travel. Meanwhile, international travel via Senai Airport is yet to resume by the airlines as it is subjected to the reopening of international border by the Government.

DOMESTIC TRAVEL
Only fully vaccinated individuals are allowed for domestic travel, while children under 12 who are unvaccinated may travel with fully vaccinated parents/guardians. Kindly visit airlines’ website to check the flight availability and latest flight status.

For domestic entry to Sarawak, all travellers are required to complete and submit the Sarawak's E-Health Declaration Form (E-HDF). Passengers travelling from other states into Sarawak must undergo a 10-day mandatory quarantine and swab test at designated centres upon arrival in Sarawak. Kindly visit Sarawak Disaster Management Committee website for latest update and more information on the entry procedure.

For domestic entry to Sabah, all travellers are required to complete and submit the Sabah’s Health Declaration Form (HDF). All travellers from/to Sabah are required to undergo Covid-19 PCR test 72 hours prior to journey and must undergo a 10-day mandatory quarantine and swab test at designated centres upon arrival in Sabah. All travellers from/to Sabah are required to undergo Covid-19 screening test 3 days prior to journey. Kindly visit Bilik Gerakan Bencana Sabah website for latest update and more information on the entry procedure.

For travel movement under travel bubble to tourism destinations in Malaysia, all travellers are advised to come as early as 4 hours before flight to complete COVID-19 screening test and check-in procedure. Adults aged 18 and above as well as children aged 7-17 years will need to do the pre-departure Covid-19 tests while children aged 6 and below will need to undergo symptomatic screening. Counter for COVID-19 screening test (RTK saliva) will be opened as early as 4 hours before flight for a duration of 2.5 hours. Passengers are also allowed to do RT-PCR or RTK-Antigen test at any healthcare facility or private laboratory within 48 hours before departure and bring the results along for verifications. Airline check-in counters will be opened 3 hours before flight and will be closed 1 hour before flight departure. Passengers are advised to take note of these important info to avoid any delay in boarding the flight.

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
For all Malaysians and foreign travellers, procedure guidelines and application to enter and exit Malaysia can be submitted online via the Immigration Department of Malaysia website and moh.gov.my (Request for Home Quarantine).

LATEST FLIGHT INFORMATION AND LUGGAGE POLICY
Passengers are advised to check with the respective airlines you are travelling with for the latest flight schedule, airlines procedures and luggage policy updates. Daily flight schedules are available live on our website.

TRAVEL WITH A PEACE OF MIND 
The health and safety of the airport users remain our top priority.  As traffic increases, we have stepped up preventive measures and increased cleaning and disinfection routines to keep you safe during your journey. Social distancing markers are placed at the common areas, and hand sanitizers, soap and water are made available around the terminal area and washrooms to encourage good personal hygiene amongst the airport users. 

 

TOGETHER WE CAN HELP TO STOP THE SPREAD

  • Do not travel if you are unwell or sick
  • Maintain physical distancing where practical and follow social distancing markings
  • Practice good personal hygiene and wear face mask before entering and while being inside the terminal building
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with your mask or a tissue and disposed used tissues straight into the bin
  • Download MySejahtera apps from GooglePlay or Appstore. MySejahtera is a contact tracing application developed by the Government of Malaysia to assist in managing the COVID-19 outbreaks in the country. It allows users to perform health self-assessment on themselves and their families
 

Senai International Airport is constantly monitoring the situation and will provide updates on our website.

Thank you and we wish you a pleasant journey!