Zagreb launches rapid Covid tests for Amsterdam flights


Passengers flying to the Netherlands are now required to hold a negative coronavirus PCR test taken up to 72 hours prior to departure, as well as a negative rapid antigen test taken up to four hours prior to departure. As a result, Zagreb Airport is now offering travellers heading to Amsterdam the option of undertaking the rapid antigen test at its premises. The facility is located on the second floor of the terminal and will be in operation from five in the morning until the flight to Amsterdam closes. The payment for the test can be made at the airport, either with a card or cash, although the price has not been specified. A form must also be completed prior to testing. Both Croatia Airlines and KLM maintain flights from Zagreb to Amsterdam.


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