The 2022 FIFA World Cup gets underway in Qatar from November 20 to December 18 this year. Here’s what visitors & private jet operators must know about Entry Requirements for Qatar World Cup 2022 for passengers and crew.
All passengers must hold the following documents to enter Qatar:
- Match tickets
- Proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination and boosters
- Proof of negative PCR
- Digital Hayya card
- All international tourists must complete the Qatar Entry Registration, which includes a record of their health and personal details, including a negative PCR test result.
- The Qatari government’s Ehteraz app, Al Hosn, other GCC-approved mobile apps, the European pass app, and the UK’s NHS Covid Pass will all be accepted as the proof of vaccination for entering stadiums and using public transportation.
- Passports of visitors must be valid for least six months.
- You can look up visa requirements here by country.
- A digital Hayya card is required for entry into Qatar during the World Cup. This pre-approved entry permit may only be used when holding an official match ticket.
- The Hayya card is required for stadium admission and, from November 11 through December 23, grants holders access to complimentary bus services and the Doha Metro.
- Visit the FIFA website to register for the Hayya Card.
Private Jet Crew
Crew members are allowed to enter Qatar for a maximum of 96 hours provided they are:
- Fully COVID-19 vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the Qatari Ministry of Public Health and carrying a valid vaccination certificate in either Arabic or English
- If not, They must carry a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of arrival in Qatar.
- Crew members who have vaccines that MOPH has only conditionally approved must also present positive results from a serology antibody test.
- Crew members without the necessary vaccinations cannot enter Qatar.
To know more about the Entry Requirements for Qatar World Cup 2022 and any additional support with your World Cup operations to Qatar, contact Sky Luxe Aviation.