KLM HAS SET UP AGREEMENTS WITH SEVERAL LABORATORIES AND CLINICS ACROSS CANADA

Make sure you have your test before you travel if requested
 
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Planning to travel or departing soon to a destination country requiring a valid Covid-19 negative detection test?


Your health, your well-being and your experience on your next trip are at the heart of our concerns.

Preparing for your trip, make sure to check the entry requirements in the country of your destination. It is your responsibility to meet these requirements and hold the correct travel documents. In case of non-compliance, you could be denied boarding or could be fined upon arrival at destination.



Entry requirements evolve regularly. Depending upon your destination, you may be required to have a negative COVID-19 test prior departing from Canada. We recommend that you pay special attention to the date required for this test in order to avoid being denied boarding or being denied entry to your destination.

For more information, please consult the TravelDoc website  or our COVID-19 Flash Info page .

To simplify any procedures, in Canada, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has set up agreements with various laboratories and clinics to allow their customers to obtain rapid results. You can find below the list of laboratories or clinics carrying out Covid tests. Those tests are for asymptomatic persons only. We recommend that you schedule an appointment in advance (test to be carried out before your departure).
Contact your insurance. These tests could be reimbursed.

Keep watching this page as it will be regularly updated.

Kindly note that the list below is provided for information only. KLM declines all responsibility for the conditions and consequences of carrying out the tests

Price, result delays and processes vary depending on the laboratory/clinic providing the service.

View travel requisites (TravelDoc) >  

  • Biron Health Group, QUEBEC

  • SwitchHealth Clinic, ONTARIO

  • TravelSafe, BRITISH COLUMBIA

 

For Alberta:

All travelers are now directed by Albertan government to Dynalife 