COVID Test Centre at the airport

Basel-Mulhouse Airport has two different types of Covid tests in a test centre in the terminal. The screening facilities are proposed to passengers (departing and arriving), accompanying persons and all employees of the airport platform.

Out of consideration for your fellow passengers, we ask you not to use the EuroAirport Covid Test Centre if you are experiencing symptoms of a Covid infection. In this case, please contact a test centre in your country of residence.

When should I take a test?
Many countries now require a negative Corona test for entry into the country, it must be presented before you can fly. Please check with your airline or the authorities in the country of destination before travelling, to understand what kind of test you need for entry and the time period in which it must be taken before departure. Attention: Conditions of entry to particular countries are changing rapidly and regularly. The airport does NOT give you legally binding information on the entry criteria for your respective country.

What types of tests are available?
The EuroAirport Test Centre has both rapid tests (antigen tests) and RT-PCR tests:
  • Rapid tests (antigen tests): results within 15 minutes incl. confirmation
  • RT-PCR tests: results available before midnight, including laboratory confirmation when made before 11:15 am on the same day
What do the tests cost?
  • Rapid tests (antigen tests): € 40 / CHF 45.-
  • RT-PCR tests: € 100 / CHF 110.-
Payment can be made in cash or by credit card.

The rapid antigenic test, as well as the RT-PCR test, are paid for by the Social Security for holders of a French "Carte Vitale", without any advance payment.

Other travellers will have to pay for the test and will be able to obtain proof of payment for possible coverage by their health insurance in their country of origin.

Where is the test centre located? What are the opening hours?
The test centre is located in the departure hall on level 3, on the French side, of the airport terminal (crossing over in the terminal from the Swiss side to the French sector and vice versa is possible). The opening hours are Monday to Saturday, from 07:30 to 12:30. Please note: The last opportunity for a PCR test is 11:15 a.m. of the respective day. The centre is closed on Sundays.

Do I have to make a reservation?
Currently a reservation is not necessary, but recommended. To reserve a slot for an appointment, please click on the following link: Appointment

How will I receive the results of my test?
For rapid antigen tests: the result is given to you directly on the spot in form of a paper certificate written in French and English.
For RT-PCR tests: the result is sent by email in French and English.

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