12 11월 COVID-19 Korea Entry Restrictions _ ver.12NOV
Updated restrictions regarding COVID-19 in S.Korea.(As of 12Nov)
Individuals are required to wear protective face coverings on public transportation, in most public indoor areas, and at any large gathering events.
In Spite of COVID 19, South Korea does not restrict CREW members.
Crews do not require the VISA, 14 days Quarantine and COVID 19 test.
3.Passenger Entry restriction :
1)All VISAs exemption entry into S.Korea for 90 countries except 21 countries will be suspended as of 13Apr.
[See below unrestricted 21 countries](As of 13th Apr, 2020)
2)All valid single/multiple short-term VISAs issued before 05 Apr, 2020 are suspended (As of Apr 13).
(Exceptions : Long-term visa and short-term employment (C-4) visa)
3)(UPDATE) All passengers(except for Korean) who depart from Bangladesh, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines and Uzbekistan shouldn’t depart if they cannot submit confirmation documents proving their PCR test turns negative. Confirmation issued within 48 hours from departure is only accepted. If passengers don’t have the documents or issue is over 48 hours, immigration to S.Korea is rejected. Regulations on isolation at a governmental facility is separately applied. These restrictions are not applicable to crews. (Effective 0000L on 13rd July)
4)(UPDATE) Inbound travelers except above-mentioned countries(Bangladesh, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines and Uzbekistan) do not need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and a health certificate upon arrival.
[Pakistan(deleted, 20.10.26~), Nepal(added, 20.11.02~), Kazakhstan)deleted, 20.11.12~)]
1)All passengers entering S.Korea will be quarantined 14 days and required COVID 19 test
-Korean nationals/foreign nationals of long-term stay : will be quarantined at registered address and be tested within 3 days at local county
-ALL foreign nationals of short-term visit : will be quarantined at designated facilities with own expense and be tested within 1-3 days at airport or facility
2)COVID-19 test will take 1~3 days.
5.For exemption of 14 days quarantine(Submit to Korean Embassy or Consulate Generals)
1)Purpose of Visit : (a) important business/academic activities, (b) activities related to public services, (c) urgent humanitarian reasons
2)Necessary doc : Copy of passport, Travel Itinerary, Confirmation letter of hotel reservation, Invitation letter, medical certificate, written oath
3)Passengers who have an exemption letter from Korean embassy will be exempted 14 days quarantine upon arrival.
4)Quarantine exemption letter holders will go to the hotel designated by the government and take the COVID 19 test and stay 1-2 days there until they receive the result.
1)Transit is allowed within 24 hours from arrival time.
2)All foreigners: Transit without a Visa is available including departing from China, except nationals of Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Egypt.
3)Passengers who nationality of Thailand, Mongolia and Russia are not allowed to transfer in Korea
– Nationals of Thailand, Mongolia and Russia are allowed to transit through Korea if they depart from and arrive in a 3rd country. (as of Jun 5)
– Nationals of Thailand are allowed to transit through Korea if they are departing from Thailand to a 3rd country and they have documents issued by the Thai Embassy or Consulate General in the United States and returning to Thailand. (as of Jun 5)
There is no limit on quantity due to eased regulations on masks.
*Unrestricted 21 Countries (Visa-Free entry):
Guam, New Caledonia, Palau
USA, Guyana, Mexico, Nicaragua, Dominica, Barbados, Venezuela, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis
Malta, Ireland, United Kingdom, Monaco, Vatican, San Marino, Andorra, Albania, Slovenia
Since many commercial aircrafts are staying on the ground, it is very difficult to get GA parking spots
But we can arrange overnight parking at RKSI. And quick turnaround parking at RKSS and RKPC and hangar space at RKSS as well. RKSS has one parking spot for overnight up to GLF4.
We’re ready to help you with any issue and any time.
Thank you and best regards
UBjet Aviation Jason LIM