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Several countries also impose specific entry measures, mainly:
1/ Taking the temperature at the departure and/or arrival point
2/ Provision of mandatory forms to be filled in online or distributed on board the aircraft or on arrival at destination
3/ Wearing a mask at all times in airports
The following is a non-exhaustive list of some specific measures:
Luxair is committed to keeping its passenger updated on the latest travel restrictions and regulations. Please be aware that entry and/or transit requirements differ from country to country and are subject to change on very short notice. Therefore, accuracy can't be guaranteed at any time. Passengers are strongly advised to inform themselves about the restrictions and requirements applicable to their journey at least 24 hours before their flight via the following link : https://www.traveldoc.aero/
Passengers transiting Austria or having visited a risk country listed here, within 10 days prior to entering Austria, must carry a medical certificate less than 3 days old, present a negative COVID test and fill out the Entry Declaration Form prior to travel. You must then keep the filled out form until handing it over to the local authorities. Click here to find out more.
Before travelling to Croatia, the Croatian Government suggest that you register online. Click here to find out more.
Passengers having visited a country listed in the following link must inform authorities and must start a mandatory quarantine. Click here to find out more.
If you have been in a high-risk area at any time in the 14 days prior to your arrival, you are legally required, upon arrival, to provide proof of having been tested for the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 at the request of the relevant health authority or any other authority determined by the state. Alternatively, you must submit yourself for such testing if requested to do so. You will be able to do so at the testing stations of the airport.
If you are travelling to Munich and coming from a risk area, you may apply for a Covid-19 test online, in order to reduce waiting times at the test station in Munich.
In order to reduce waiting times at the airport in the COVID-19 circumstances, all passengers travelling to Italy are legally obliged to print and fill out the following document (Italian version; English version). The document will be checked when boarding.
In addition, you also need to register online prior to your arrival if you are flying to one of the following destinations:
In addition, we advise travellers visiting Italian territory to download the official application for contact tracing from the website: https://www.immuni.italia.it/. Although not obligatory, it is recommended to download the app, helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Passengers entering Italy that have stayed or transited in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic and Spain in the previous 14 days need a negative test for Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 performed maximum 72h prior to entering Italy. Alternatively, passengers may also undergo a test within 48h after arrival in Italy, notify the health authorities and quarantine while awaiting the test results.
A quarantine is compulsory for all passengers coming from Luxembourg, even if they present a negative SARS-CoV-2 test.
Before travelling to the UK, the United Kingdom visas and immigration department requires you to register online here. Passengers will need to print this registration before coming to the airport.
No 14-day quarantine required when you arrive if you are traveling or returning from one of the travel corridor countries or have not been to or stopped in a country that’s not on the travel corridor list in the previous 14 days.
For more information please click here.
Before travelling to Spain, the Spanish Department of Health requires you to register online here.
Before travelling to Greece, the Greek government requires you to register online at the latest 24 hours before the flight is MANDATORY by clicking here.
Passengers will receive a personal QR code on the day of departure and must present it in Luxembourg in order to board the flight.
Upon arrival in Greece, some passengers may be subject to random testing at the airport at SARS-CoV-2. In this case, they will have to wait 24 hours for their results in their hotel or at their place of residence and comply with the instructions given by the local authorities.
For more information, please click here.
If your journey to Greece starts in Belgium, you are required to show a negative PCR test taken within 72h prior to entry, upon arrival.
For business trips ONLY:
Passenger having stayed more than 12h in a country listed with a “ * ” on the following link, must perform a PCR test on arrival. Click here for more information
In accordance with the new Tunisian regulations, each passenger aged 12 or above and travelling only with a flight ticket must hold a negative PCR test done within 72 hours prior to boarding and at most 120 hours before their arrival. Quarantine will remain compulsory even with a negative PCR test. Passengers will have to fill in a form which will be distributed at the airport. Important: LuxairTours Holiday package customers (flight+hotel) are not affected by this rule and can travel without restrictions.
As of the 26/08, following the decision of the Tunisian authorities, Belgian nationals and residents are not allowed to enter in Tunisia.
As from 01 September, foreign nationals may not enter Hungary, only with justified exceptions. Hungarian nationals and long term residents will be allowed to enter with quarantine or two negative tests two days apart.
Before traveling to Malta, the Maltese Department of Health requires you to print and fill out the following document, the document will be checked when boarding.
As of 24/10/2020, residents of Belgium are required to show upon arrival a negative PCR test taken within 72h prior to entry. Otherwise, these travelers must endergo a PCR-test immediately upon arrival in Malta.
Passengers arriving in Switzerland from Luxembourg or Belgium are obliged to enter a 10-day quarantine upon arrival. Upon arrival, they are required to proceed immediately and directly to their domicile or to other suitable accommodation, remain there at all times for 10 days following arrival (quarantine) and contact the responsible cantonal authority within two days of their arrival (see cantonal contact details www.bag.admin.ch/entry) to inform the authority about their arrival and quarantine. Passengers are required to follow the instructions given by the cantonal authority. Please access the following link for further instructions and more information: https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home/krankheiten/ausbrueche-epidemien-pandemien/aktuelle-ausbrueche-epidemien/novel-cov/empfehlungen-fuer-reisende/quarantaene-einreisende.html
All passengers travelling to Ireland must complete the online Passenger Locator Form (https://cvd19plf-prod1.powerappsportals.com/en-us/) prior to travel. Passengers entering Ireland from locations not included on the COVID-19 Green List, including Luxembourg, are asked to restrict their movements for 14 days on entry into the state. During these 14 days, passengers must stay indoors and avoid contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. You can find more information here (https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/managing-coronavirus-at-home/if-you-live-with-someone-who-has-coronavirus.html#restrict).
A 14-day quarantine is compulsory for all passengers that have stayed in Belgium within 14 days prior to entering Romania, even if they present a negative SARC-CoV-2 test result. Before traveling to Romania, the authorities require you to register online here.