Test locations

Need to show a negative COVID-19 test result before boarding and want to know where you can find a test location?

COVID-19 test locations worldwide

If you need a negative COVID-19 test result before departure, please check these overviews below of test locations all around the world.

View global rapid and PCR test locations on the website of the Dutch authorities

View global rapid and PCR test locations on the website of SkyTeam

Test locations for passengers departing from Mexico

KLM MEXICO HAS SET UP AGREEMENTS WITH 3 LABORATORIES

Special fares for PCR and antigenic tests Make sure you have your test before you travel The Dutch government announced changes as of 16 March 2021, concerning COVID test requirements Transfer passengers who transfer in the Netherlands and continue travelling by aircraft only need to show a NAAT (PCR) test result issued within 72 hours before arrival in Amsterdam. An additional rapid test is no longer necessary for transfer passengers. All passengers (aged 13 and up) from high-risk countries must present either a negative NAAT (PCR) test of up to 24 hours old when boarding. Or they should present a negative rapid test result issued within 24 hours before boarding and a negative NAAT (PCR) test result issued within 72 hours before arrival in Amsterdam. This additional rapid test must have been conducted no more than 4 hours prior to boarding the aircraft.

In order to reduce the complications, we inform you that: - A testing facility where passengers can do this rapid test is enabled at the airport. - The location is at entrance F3 at the International Area in Mexico’s City Airport (AICM). - The test will cost $700.00 MXN. - This is a rapid test; the results will be ready within 30 minutes. - A certificate for traveling will be provided by the laboratory (English and Spanish) - The test is to be paid by the customer and can be paid by credit card or cash. - For further assistance at the airport, you may contact KLM staff or support staff from AICM.

PLEASE NOTE:

Netherlands final destination or transit

Since 29 December 2020, the Dutch government adjusted the travel restrictions for all customers, including Dutch nationals, entering or traveling via the Netherlands: a negative PCR test conducted no more than 72 hours prior to the passenger’s scheduled arrival in the Netherlands, is now required. Before making any travel plans, please, contact the relevant national authorities to verify the requirements for entry, stay in destination countries and transit. For more information on entry restrictions and required travel documents, we strongly recommend you to check the TravelDoc website  prior to departure: In addition, we recommend checking websites of the Embassies of the countries of departure, transit and destination for complete and updated information in real time.

It is important to identify yourself as a KLM passenger in order to benefit from preferential rates. You can find below the list of laboratories carrying out Covid-19 tests, PCR and antigenic. In order to know details of the offers, and requirements to carry it out, please, check complete information at websites or if you prefer, through their telephone lines or contact points:

• Laboratorio Polab México www.polab.com.mx Phone: Mexico city 55 7591-5047; Toll free Call Center: 800 212-9645 • Laboratorios Genes - Care México www.centrogyc.com Phone: 55 2306-7983 • Previta México www.previta.com.mx Counseling through their chat 24/7 The validity period of the test varies according to the requirements and recommendations of the countries. Check with the relevant authorities for the maximum anticipation required for taking the sample based on your travel date. KLM reminds you that the health and safety of our customers and employees are our top priorities. All the companies' teams are fully mobilized to guarantee the highest levels of health and safety so that passengers can travel with complete confidence. The above-mentioned offers are negotiated as a benefit to our passengers. KLM Mexico disclaims any responsibility derived from their service.