I am not looking for a list of airports, but simply a yes/no answer, preferably with an example, so that I know whether to add this in my list of requirements to check before taking a flight that has a layover.
I am aware that:
- some transit airports (e.g., in Russia) require passengers to do a COVID test prior to departure (i.e., before entering the transit airport), but I wonder if any require passengers to do a COVID test during transit.
- in many (all?) cases, the COVID-19 requirements don't come from the airport but from the country authorities. Let's regard requirements from the country authorities as part of the airport requirements.
Response to comments:
@BernhardDöbler no, could be optional, or only in some conditions (e.g. if the passenger shows some symptom of COVID-19). Also, I checked on IATA and didn't see such a requirement.