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Updated 6 December 2021

Pakistan stated that it will loosen restrictions on incoming planes even more by allowing them to fly at full capacity. Following a meeting in Islamabad, the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), the leading authority fighting the coronavirus, changed the travel alert following the implementation of mandatory vaccination for incoming travel in Pakistan.

Registration requirements

Required forms

Passengers flying to Pakistan must fill out their personal information on the Pass Track website and produce a paper copy of the form at check-in.

Passengers must complete and upload their personal information as directed. Before travelling to the airport, please double-check that all of the information on the form is valid. Before travelling, show the completed form (on the app or a hard copy of the uploaded information) at check-in for verification.

Pass Track Platform

All travellers heading to Pakistan must download and install the Pass Track app from the Google Play Store / Apple Store and submit their personal information as requested.

The app is meant to assist in the assessment and tracking of national and international travellers arriving in Pakistan from other Covid-19 countries that have been affected.

The software has a QR and Barcode scanning capability that allows you to scan your Pakistani National Identity Card. The programme has a clever option for scanning a passport with an MRZ reader, making it easier for travellers to fill out essential basic information while being evaluated for COVID asymptotic symptoms.

How to register yourself on Pass Track?

Install the Pass Track app on your smartphone (available on Google Play and Apple App Store) and enter your personal information within 48 hours of landing in Pakistan. Passengers without smartphones can submit their information on the online interface at https://passtrack.nitb.gov.pk/login.

Travellers arriving from high-risk countries

A travel restriction for people travelling from countries in Category C will be in effect immediately and will last until December 15, 2021.

  • Passengers arriving from Armenia, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Iraq, Mexico, Mongolia, Slovenia, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, and Ukraine are subject to travel ban.
  • For emergency travel authorisation/special exemption of travel to Pakistan from Category C Countries, complete details such as the nature of the emergency, passenger travel documents, travel itineraries and supporting documents may be emailed to [email protected] for consideration by the Exemption Committee of NCOC.
  • Non-Pakistani nationals who are travelling to Pakistan from or have recently visited a Category C country must get a particular exemption from a competent authority.