Kurdistan Region International Airport re-opened to commercial traffic

Kurdistan Region’s International Airports re-opened to commercial traffic from August 1st 2020
Departing and arriving passengers are reminded to wear mask and gloves at the terminal.
Depending on their destination, some departing passengers may need to have a PCR text certificate. All passengers are advised to check with their airline to ensure they can comply with the regulations at their destination.
Arriving passengers are advised to either bring a PCR certificate, no older than 48 hours, those without will be required to undertake a PCR test at their own cost of 60 thousand Iraqi Dinar at the airport. All arriving passengers will be required to sign a pledge form committing to 14 days self-isolation following their arrival in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Official delegations, business people and tourists on short stay trips are not required to self-isolate if their PCR test is negative.