From 24 January 2021, at Poznań Airport we will be providing the opportunity to perform pre-flight rapid antigen tests or LAMP, in accordance with the tests required by the government of the Netherlands for COVID-19.

The test will be available for all passengers travelling to Amsterdam with KLM for the period between 29 January 2021 and 5 February 2021.

Should you have any questions about conducting tests at Poznań Airport, please contact the registration desk on site or send your questions to [email protected].

The passenger test registration desk will be located at the main entrance to the departure hall (opposite the temperature gates) and the collection point will be located at the eastern entrance of the departure terminal, in a tent set up next to a yellow suitcase.

Rapid tests must not be carried out earlier than 4 hours before boarding. Rapid tests are not a substitute for the PCR-test, which should also be performed at least 72 hours before the scheduled landing in the Netherlands. The exception is the rapid LAMP test, which replaces the PCR-test. If you have an up-to-date PCR-test (please check carefully), you can choose the type of mandatory second test – antigen or LAMP.

Passengers departing for Amsterdam are invited to visit the registration desk no later than two hours before departure in order to complete the test procedure. Please note that in the case of passengers arriving late at the registration desk, there may not be enough time to complete the procedure.

Passengers without negative test results: PCR and rapid antigen or LAMP tests performed at an authorised diagnostic point or at a diagnostic point at Poznań Airport will not be allowed on board the aircraft.

Samples will be collected by a medical team from Centrum Badań DNA Sp. z o.o. in Poznań, according to the price list:

  • Price of performing an antigen test together with the result in English – PLN 149.
  • Price of performing a genetic test using the RT LAMP method together with the result in English – PLN 219.

We will keep you informed about further solutions for the implementation of tests at the airport.