• Georgia travel policy - Wizz-Air

    Georgia is open for citizens and residents of the United Arab Emirates, requirements to enter:
    Entry rules:

    Citizens of any foreign countries, traveling to Georgia via any route (by air, land and sea) are no longer obliged to present either Covid-vaccination certificate or PCR-examination negative result report from June 15, 2022

    PCR Test Facilitation:
    • Everything will be organized hassle-free by Holiday Factory.
    • Testing service (sampling) will be provided to each customer at the hotel at additional charge payable to a tour guide upon arrival.
    • Test results will be ready in 24 hours and printed stamped copy will be delivered to the hotel reception
    Restrictions in Georgia:

    Access to public venues in Georgia no longer require a green passport.

    A full list of venues can be found here https://stopcov.ge/en/page/restrictions-list

    Facemasks are also mandatory both indoors and outdoors. Additional restrictions may be introduced at short notice, and you are advised to follow the local Georgian media sources for the most up-to-date information.

    Additional advice and information on COVID-19 can be found via the following links



    Travel to / from Abu Dhabi

    New border rules require Covid-vaccinated individuals wishing to enter Abu Dhabi from within the UAE to have a Green Pass on Al Hosn app. The green status is activated for 15 days when the individual gets a negative Covid-19 test result.

    Unless you are an Emirati, UAE residents need to register via the ICA Smart Travel Service before flying https://smartservices.icp.gov.ae/echannels/web/client/guest/index.html#/registerArrivals

    If fully vaccinated in the UAE: Register any time before you fly. You do not need to upload your vaccine certificate.

    In compliance with the current COVID-19 regulations, the authorities of the Abu Dhabi Emirate have imposed the following mandatory requirements for passengers, which need to be complied with before departure:

    You do not need a negative result of an RT-PCR test for COVID-19 if:

    • You are fully vaccinated or
    • You are under the age of 16 or
    • You hold a recovery certificate (containing a QR code) from COVID-19 issued within 30 days before departure.

    Additionally, you will not need to quarantine when you arrive in Abu Dhabi.

    On the other hand, you must present a negative result of an RT-PCR test for COVID-19 conducted 48 hours before your flight to Abu Dhabi if:

    • You are not fully vaccinated and do not hold a COVID-19 recovery certificate
    • You are transiting in Abu Dhabi and a test is required at your final destination.

    Please make sure to crosscheck your documents and baggage allowance before your flight. In case any of the above requirements are not fulfilled, you cannot be permitted to board and fly from the United Arab Emirates.

    As the regulations change often, we strongly recommend you to always check the latest travel conditions with the official health and border authorities before travelling and make sure you have the latest information.

    It is your responsibility to be aware of the relevant travel restrictions, to ensure you are eligible to enter a country and are fit to travel.

    You can check interactive Travel Planning Map
    and country-specific travel information sources

    The above requirements are subject to change without prior notice.

    Please check the IATA Travel Centre website before your flight to get the latest updates on the requirements at the country you are travelling from and arriving to.