In view of the current wave of COVID-19 infections in Hong Kong and to protect the health of our staff and customers, the following requirements will be in place for passengers travelling from Hong Kong to Mainland China: 

- From 12 March 2022, passengers must undergo a COVID-19 nucleic acid test in a government-approved testing facility with either nasal swab or combined nasal and throat swab samples collected within 48 hours of the departure time of their flight and produce a negative test result at check-in. Only printed test reports will be accepted.

-  Passengers who entered Hong Kong from overseas and completed 7 days of quarantine before departing for Chengdu are exempted from the 48 hours RT-PCR test requirement.

- From 29 March 2022, passengers entering Mainland China from Hong Kong must undergo an additional COVID-19 rapid PCR-based nucleic acid test (the process takes about 2 to 3 hours) at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) at least 5 hours (max 8 hours) prior to the departure time of their flight, and obtain a negative test result before check-in. Passengers under three years old, government VIP and passengers with health problem and holding doctor certificate are exempted. Please visit the Prenetics website for booking and more information.


Passengers without a valid test report will not be accepted for their flight.