Europe is reopening for your next Summer holiday. Travel restrictions update regularly, please also check with the relevant authorities before you fly.
- All passengers must fill in a self-declaration form and present it prior to boarding regardless of destination.
- For Sardinia, passengers must fill in an online form to manage contact tracing.
- No 14 days self-isolation upon arrival.
- From 20 June: passengers from countries in CAT A – Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland are subject to random checks upon arrival. Passengers from countries in CAT B – Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Israel, Poland – are required to have a PCR test done at a certified laboratory at the origin country, 72 hours prior to their arrival. All other countries not listed in CAT A and B are treated as CAT C: only nationals, permanent residents and persons allowed under the Vienna Convention and persons with special permission will be allowed provided they have the Cyprus Flight Pass, PCR test and 14-day quarantine required.
- All passengers (CAT. A, B, C) must apply 24 hours in advance by completing the required documents electronically on the online platform. An automated electronic text («Cyprus Flight Pass») will be sent back to them. On certain occasions only (pax over 65 years old, web platform unavailable) pax are allowed to download, print and complete the forms in paper No passengers will be allowed to board unless they present the flight pass.
- Covid-19 Destination Protocol
- All passengers must fill in a Passengers Locator Form online at least 48 hours before entering the country. The form can be found at the link https://travel.gov.gr/#/
- From 15 June: Athens and Thessaloniki open to holidaymakers. Passengers from Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Poland will be randomly tested. Please download, complete and hand to the cabin crew the C-19 passenger information form. Passengers from Albania, Belgium, France, Italy, Northern Macedonia, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Sweden will all be tested for coronavirus. Please download the C-19 passenger information form, complete and present to the authorities upon arrival.
- Passengers arriving in Thessaloniki, will all undergo C-19 test irrespective of their origin. In addition to the forms above, passengers have to download, print and complete the form from here, to be handed to the authorities upon arrival.
- It is compulsory that all tested passengers self-isolate in the address they declare for 24 hours until the test results are available.
- Until 30 June: extended ban of entry by non-EU nationals.
- Until 30 June: extended temporary suspension of flights from/to Turkey and the UK.
- From 1 July: Greek islands open. To open to Israel.
- From 21 June: borders reopen to EU member states (excl. Portugal from 1 July) (no quarantine).
- From 1 July: travellers from other non-Schengen countries will be allowed (no requirement to self-quarantine).
- Upon arrival in Spain, passengers will fill out a locator form and temperature and visual checks will be carried out.
- For passengers arriving at Balearic Islands must fill out this health questionnaire form.
- 14-day self-isolation required upon arrival.
- From 8 June: all passengers must fill in an online form to provide journey and contact details before entering the UK.
- 14-day self-isolation required upon arrival.
- All passengers must print and fill out a locator form, which must be handed into government officials on arrival at your destination.
- 1 July: to reopen for passengers coming from Italy (excl. Emilia Romagna, Lombardy and Piemonte), France, (excl. Ile de France), Spain (excl. Madrid, Catalonia, Castilla – La Mancha, Castile and Leon), Poland (excl. Katowice Airport), Croatia, Greece, Slovakia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Switzerland, Norway, Estonia, Denmark, Hungary, Austria, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic and Ireland.
- 15JUL: to reopen for all countries.
- Open for EU countries, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland.
- Until 30 June: Flight ban extended for the UK & Northern Ireland, Sweden and Portugal.
- All passengers must print and fill out a locator form, as per link, before entering Poland. Form available in Polish here.
- 15 June: Belgium to reopen borders within the EU, Schengen and the UK.
- 15 June: reopen for EU and Schengen (excl. Spain from 1 July).
- All passengers, including the Azores arrivals each way, must complete and present Passengers Locator Card and Informative Flyer on arrival.
- Azores Islands: passengers landing on the islands are required to have a PCR test done at the origin country, 72 hours prior to their arrival, or conduct a screening test to be provided by the Health Authority on arrival. In addition, all passengers must fill in an online form.
- From 15 June: leisure travel from EU, Schengen, UK allowed (no general quarantine) (subject to change and Fed. States decisions). Border controls on air traffic arriving from Spain (until 21 June).
- 15 June: borders reopen with EU members, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Saint-Martin, Switzerland and Vatican. Flights from EU & within France: each passenger must have a statement certifying they do not have any symptoms of a COVID-19 infection.
- Flights from UK to France – Passengers must have a statement certifying they do not have any symptoms of a COVID-19 infection. Passengers will be invited to carry out a 2-week quarantine at home, or in a dedicated location provided if needed, upon arrival in France.
- Flights from Morocco to France – Passengers must have: statement certifying they do not have any symptoms of a COVID-19 infection and travel certificates for international travel from abroad to mainland France.
- Documents available from French Interior Ministry website.
- From 1 July: France will progressively reopen borders outside of Schengen.