KLM Royal Dutch Airlines operates on a daily basis between Prague and Amsterdam-Schiphol airport.
We strongly recommend reviewing the latest entry requirements of the destination you’re travelling to. Local immigration authorities can provide you with more information. They will also be able to tell you whether the measures they’ve taken apply to your situation.
You need to have a health screening form with you. This also applies if you have a transfer at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. You can download the health screening form from the website of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.
Hygiene and social distancing measures are taken to ensure your safety. When you arrive at the airport, please make sure you follow instructions given to you by airport staff. The guidelines on how to act can vary per country because of government measures.
At Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, body temperature might be checked, depending on the destination. Symptoms are checked if you’re flying to South Korea or Singapore. If you’re flying to Canada, you’ll be physically observed. When you’re showing clear signs of illness during check-in or boarding, you’ll be referred to Airport Medical Services for a health check and a fit-to-fly certificate.
Wearing face masks on board (and during boarding) of all Air France and KLM flights is mandatory from 11 May. Travellers are responsible for arranging their own face protection.