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LAST UPDATE: 21 JUNE

 

ENTRY REGULATIONS

 

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 48 hours before their flight.

You will also find useful information on entry restrictions on the following official websites: IATA Travel Centre and ICAO COVID-19 Airport Status

 

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

4/ Present a negative PCR or Antigen test upon arrival

 

Please be at the airport 2 hours prior departure time in order to complete all required checks and formalities.

 

IMPORTANT: Autotests / Selbsttests bought in pharmacies and other shops which must be realized by yourself are NOT accepted for travel! 

Only antigen and PCR tests (check the requirement for each country) performed by a laboratory or a medical institution are accepted (tests performed by a pharmacist in Luxembourg are also accepted). Those tests must normally be written in English or in the languages of the country of destination (check each country for more information). To be valid, the following information must usually appear on the test: name of the institute, name of the person who performed the test, date and time, kind of test,  result, eventually id card or passport number for some countries.

 

  • BIONEXT LAB (PCR and Quick-PCR tests)
    Without appointment: PCR Test COVID-19
    Where? At the screening center in Leudelange or in one of the collection centers
    When? Without appointment. You can find the opening hours of the different centers on the website www.bionext.lu. As it takes at least 24 hours to obtain the results of a PCR test, we recommend you to get tested as soon as possible which is usually 48 or 72 hours prior to your arrival time.
    How? You pay 59.95€ per person on the spot.
    Expected time? Result obtained in less than 24 hours

     

    With appointment: Quick-PCR Test COVID-19
    Where? At Bionext LAB in Leudelange (in front of Citabel)
    When? With appointment through www.pickendoheem.lu/en/
    How? You should come with the confirmation of your appointment and pay 99€ per person on the spot.
    Expected time? Result obtained in less than 1 hourPlease find more information about our COVID-19 PCR Tests by BioneXt LAB on www.bionext.lu/en/covid19


    ECOCARE AT LUXAIRORT (PCR and Antigen tests)
    With appointment: PCR and Antigen Tests
    Where? At the arrival level (-1) of the airport of Luxembourg
    When? Appointments are available every day and must be taken online on https://lux-airport.ecocare.center/
    How? Payment must be made online with a credit card at the time of registration. Do not forget to specify when booking which type of test you need (Antigen 79€, PCR 12h 169€ or PCR 36h 119€). 
    Expected time? Result obtained in less than an hour for Antigen and in 12 to 36 hours for PCR

     

    Luxair, BioneXt LAB and EcoCare can’t be held responsible in case of delays in providing test results, technical issues or a limitation in the availability of tests.

  • IMPORTANT! If you are traveling to Luxembourg: Please find the entry regulations to Luxembourg & details where PCR or antigen tests can be carried out in your city or at your departure airport by clicking here.

  • Passengers entering Austria must wear an “FFP2” mask (without an exhalation valve) on-board the aircraft and at the airport at the destination. Exemptions apply for children aged 14 or under and pregnant women who can use a surgical mask instead.


    As of the 11th of March, passengers entering Austria need to present the negative result (in German or English) of a PCR, LAMP or TMA test carried out within 72 hours prior entry or an Antigen test carried out 48h prior entry (in German or English). Alternatively, passengers can get tested within 24 hours after arrival. 


    The following passengers are exempted from the test requirement:
    -Children aged 10 or less
    -Crew members
    -Passengers in transit or travelling for proven urgent family reasons
    -Passengers who recovered from Covid-19 in the last 6 months with a certificate
    -Passengers who recovered from Covid-19 with a proof of having neutralizing antibodies, not older than 3 months.
    -Passengers vaccinated with the following vaccines: BIONTECH, PFIZER, MODERNA, ASTRAZENECA, J&J, SINOPHARM or SINOVAC-CORONAVAC who received at least one dose 22 days before the flights and not before than 3 months before the flight.

    -Passengers who received the second dose of vaccine, if the first dose was received not earlier than 9 months before the flight.

    -Passengers who recovered from Covid-19 at least 21 days before the vaccination with a proof of neutralizing antibodies whereby the vaccination was not performed earlier than 9 months
    -Passengers who received the first vaccine dose between 22 days and max. 9 months before departure
    -Passengers who received the second dose of the vaccine if  the first dose was received not earlier than 9 months

     

    Passengers without a test, a vaccination certificate or vaccination recovery will have to quarantine at their own expenses for 10 days and fill in this document: 
    https://entry.ptc.gv.at/en.html 

  • Passengers need to present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to entry or the negative result of an antigen test performed 48h prior to entering Bulgaria (the test certificate must contain the following: passenger’s name same as ID or Passport, laboratory or medical institution name and address, the type of test and the result). 
    Passengers exempted from the test requirement: 
    •    Passengers with a complete vaccination scheme performed at least 14 days before the flight  with a vaccination certificate mentioning the passenger’s name (as written on their ID or Passport), date of birth, country of issuance, vaccine reference number, and name (accepted vaccines: BIONTECH-PFIZER, ASTRAZENECA/VAXZEVRIA, MODERNA, SK BIOSCIENCE, JANSSEN and JANSSEN, COVISHIELD, SINOPHARM, SINOVAC, SPUTNIK) 
    •    Passengers who recovered from the Covid-19 for the period from the 15th to the 180th day and have a positive PCR or Antigen test result (the test certificate must contain the following: passenger’s name, ID or Passport number, laboratory name and address, the type of test and the positive result).
    •    Passengers in transit
    •    Crew members 

    •    Children up to 5 years old

  • Passengers entering Cabo Verde must fill out and print the following document prior to departure. Passengers need to hold a negative PCR or antigen test performed within 72 hours prior to boarding. Children aged 6 or less are exempted from the test obligation.

  • Passengers entering Croatia must fill out the following form prior to departure. Passengers need to present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72h prior arrival or an antigen test performed within 48 hours prior arrival (or PCR and antigen tests directly done at arrival at passenger’s own expense, which will lead to a quarantine until results are obtained). In case passengers enter Croatia with an antigen test, for more than 10 days, a second test must be performed within 10 days after the first test. 
    Exemptions apply for the following passengers (a certificate is needed for all the exemptions):
    -Passengers in transit, passengers travelling for health reasons, family or business reasons, Diplomats, crew members and students.
    -Passengers vaccinated with EMA approved vaccine against Covid-19 who received the second dose more than 14 days prior to arrival.
    -Passengers with a positive PCR or antigen test result, if they recovered from Covid-19 from 11 days before arriving up to 180 days before.
    -Passengers who recovered from Covid-19 with a medical certificate and who received at least one dose of vaccine (less than 180 days prior arrival) after recovery. 
    -Passengers with a certificate showing they received the first dose of moderna/pfizer/gamaleya vaccine, on the basis of which they can enter Croatia in the period of 22 to 42 days from receiving the vaccine.
    -Passengers with a certificate showing they have received the first dose of an astrazeneca vaccine, on the basis of which they can enter Croatia in the period of 22 to 84 days from receiving the vaccine.

  • Passengers entering Czech Republic must fill out and print the following document prior to departure.Only passengers travelling for essential reasons are allowed to enter Czech Republic including work, studies or family reasons.


    Passengers need to present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72 hours prior departure or an Antigen test done maximum 24h prior departure. Passengers will be subjected to a second test (PCR) within 5 days upon entry in Czech Republic. Additionally, passengers from Belgium and France are required to self-isolate until they receive the result of the second PCR test.


    Children aged 4 or below, international transport workers and passengers who have recently recovered from Covid-19 (a medical certificate proof is needed) and passengers vaccinated in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Austria, Poland or hungary 22 days after the first dose of the vaccine are exempted from the second test requirement.

  • Passengers from a red country can only enter Denmark if they are traveling for worthy purposes. Passengers from Belgium, France, Luxembourg and Germany can enter Denmark without any restriction. Click here for more details regarding the worthy purposes. 

     

    Passengers from Luxembourg and Germany do not need to perform any test but will be subject to a rapid test upon arrival in Denmark.


    Passengers from Belgium and France need to present the negative result of a PCR or Antigen test carried out within 48 hours before boarding. A second test will be performed upon arrival in Denmark. Passengers with a complete vaccination certificate (EMA approved vaccine performed in a Schengen country in between 2 weeks and 180 days before departure), children aged 14 or below, passengers with a positive PCR test performed from 14 and 180 days before the flight, as well as Danish citizens with a vaccination proof are completely exempted from the test requirement. 


    Additionally, passengers from Belgium and France are required to enter a 10-day quarantine, except for passengers with a complete vaccination certificate. No quarantine is needed for passengers from Luxembourg and Germany.

  • Passengers entering Egypt must fill out and print the following document and present it at check-in prior to departure. Passengers must present the negative result of a PCR test carried out within 72 hours prior departure at check-in, the result of the test must be in English (paper form only, digital results will not be accepted). Children aged below 6 are exempted from the test requirement.
    Additionally, passengers will be subjected to a temperature check in Luxembourg (passengers with a temperature equal or above 38° will not be able to board the aircraft) and to a second check upon arrival in Egypt. If passengers present symptoms upon arrival in Egypt, they will be asked to perform a second screening in a clinic. Animals also must undergo a PCR test upon arrival at Hurghada airport. 

  • All passengers arriving in France by plane are obliged to present a negative result of a PCR-test or Antigen test carried out maximum 72h before departure.


    Passengers exempted from the test requirement are:
    -Children aged 10 or under
    -Fully vaccinated passengers, with an EMA approved vaccine (Johnson&Jonhson, Moderna, Biontech-Pfizer, Astrazeneca). Passengers vaccinated with Johnson&Jonhson can travel if they received it 28 days prior the flight. For the other vaccines, passengers can travel if they received the second dose 14 days prior the flight or 14 days after the first dose if passengers recovered from Covid-19.
    -Crew members
    -Passengers with a permit from the French embassy.
    -Passengers in transit in Paris (CDG Airport).

     

    Additionally, passengers are required to fill out a sworn statement that you can find via this link, for passengers aged 10 or under please use this link.

     

    Please note that a negative PCR test is needed when entering France by car.

  • Before entering Germany, passengers who have stayed in a “risk”, “high risk”, and “virus variant area” within the last 10 days must register online here. Please find more information regarding the different areas: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Risikogebiete_neu.html
     
    Virus Variant Area
    Passengers travelling to Germany coming from a “virus variant area” must perform an Antigen test max. 24h before entry or a PCR/POC test max. before 72h before entry. Children aged 5 or below are exempted from the test requirement.
    Additionally, passengers must enter a 14 days quarantine upon arrival.
     
    High Risk Area (France)
    Passengers from a “high risk area” must perform an Antigen test max. 48h before entry or a PCR/POC test max. 72h before entry. Passengers holding a complete vaccination certificate (14 days after receiving the second dose), passengers who recovered from Covid-19 (PCR test carried out between 28 days and 6 months before travelling), passengers in transit (only from non-Schengen to non-Schengen areas), children aged 5 or below and passengers who recovered from Covid-19 (certificate needed) are exempted from the test requirements. 

    Additionally, passengers must enter a 10 days quarantine upon arrival, depending on the risk area or Federal land, the quarantine can be reduced or extended through testing (on the 5th day of quarantine).
     
    Risk Area (Luxembourg/Belgium)
    Passengers from a “risk area” must perform an Antigen test max. 48h before entry or a PCR/POC test max. 72h before entry. Passengers holding a complete vaccination certificate (14 days after receiving the second dose), passengers who recovered from Covid-19 (PCR test carried out between 28 days and 6 months before travelling), passengers in transit (only from non-Schengen to non-Schengen areas), children aged 5 or below and passengers who recovered from Covid-19 (certificate needed) are exempted from the test requirements. 

    Additionally, passengers must enter a 10 days quarantine upon arrival. Passengers can be exempted from the quarantine requirement if they hold a proof of complete vaccination, a proof that they recovered from the Covid-19, or a negative PCR test. These exemptions take effect when passengers upload the accurate document via the Federal Republic of Germany’s travel portal: https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

  • Before entering Greece, all passengers are required to fill out this document not later than 24 hours prior to departure and will receive a QR code confirmation that must be presented at boarding (families will be accepted with a unique QR code confirmation for all the family members). Please be aware that passengers from countries that are not part of the European Union or the Schengen area are not allowed to travel to Greece, except if they own a European, British or American residence permit.
    Additionally, passengers are obliged to present a negative result (in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian or Greek and the full name of the passenger must appear on the result) of a PCR test carried out max. 72h prior entry.

    Passengers exempted from the test requirement are:
    - Children 5 or below
    - Crew members
    - Passengers who have been vaccinated and received a vaccination certificate in English, Greek, French, German, Spanish, Italian or Russian ((the full name, type of vaccine, number of doses and inoculation dates must be on the document) provided that the vaccination was performed 14 days before arrival 
    - Passengers who recovered from Covid-19 (proof needed in Greek, English, German, Spanish, Italian or Russian, valid from 2 months after the positive test and up to 9 months) 
    - Passengers holding a proof of EU digital certificate issued according to EU requirements (digital or paper version). 
    Please note that passengers arriving in Greece will be subject to a random Covid-19 rapid test. 

  • Only Hungarian nationals and residents, business travelers and sporting event (including UEFA EURO 2020) participants are allowed to enter Hungary. 
    Passengers arriving for cultural or sports events in Hungary are allowed to enter provided that they have two negative COVID test results within 5 days with at least 48 hours passing between the two. Passengers travelling for the UEFA EURO 2020 must perform a PCR test at max. 72h prior entry (the negative result must be in english or hungarian on a printed copy).
    A mandatory quarantine is required for all passengers entering Hungary, except for: minors under 18 years old, passengers arriving for business, cultural or sport purpose (including UEFA EURO 2020) and for passengers from Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bahrain, Croatia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Mongolia, Georgia Romania, Moldova, Cyprus, Slovakia, Albania, Morocco and Ukraine who received the vaccine or who can show a proof that they have recovered from the Covid-19 in the last 6 months. 

  • 1/ Passengers travelling to Italy from EU+ member states* (EU & Schengen area) need to present the negative result of a PCR-test or antigenic test carried out within 48 hours prior to entry. Exemptions from the test requirement apply to passengers travelling to Italy for work, absolute urgency or health purposes, given that their stay in Italy lasts less than 120 hours. Passengers should have valid documents to prove that they meet those conditions.

    Children under the age of 2 are exempted from the test requirement.

     

    Passengers who do not hold a negative test result before departure will have to quarantine upon arrival. 

     

    2/ Passenger are required to wear surgical mask (no fabric) on board flights to Italy. 

     

    3/ Passengers must fill out an online PLF document, click here. Once completed they will receive a QR code on their mobile phone or it can be printed out.This QR code is compulsory for all passengers and will have to be showed at check-in.

     

    4/ In addition, passengers also need to register online prior to arrival when flying to one of the following destinations:
     
    •    Bari and Brindisi: Before travelling to Puglia region, the government of Region Puglia requires you to register online at limesurvey.istsvc.regione.puglia.it/index.php/119341?lang=it
     
    In addition, we advise travelers visiting Italian territory to download the official app 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.

     

    For more information, click here.

  • Passengers are asked to fill out the online Passenger Locator Form prior to travel.

    All passengers entering Ireland from abroad must bear the negative result of a PCR-test carried out within 72 hours prior entry. You will need to present the test certificate at boarding, and later on to the Irish authorities upon arrival. Please find the exemption for the PCR test here.

    Additionally, passengers are asked to self-isolate for 14 days on entry into the state. Passengers coming from a high risk country (in the last 14 days) must quarantine in a dedicated hotel, please use this link to book a hotel room.Please find the exemption for the quarantine here.

  • Any person, regardless of its nationality, aged 6 or over, wishing to travel by air to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg must present at boarding either:

     

    1. A vaccination certificate issued by an authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area attesting of a complete vaccination scheme carried out with a vaccine authorised by the European Medicines Agency.
    2. A COVID19 recovery certificate established by an authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area attesting to a recent SARS-CoV-2  infection within 6 months and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with disappearance of all symptoms of infection.
    3. A negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) carried out less than 72 hours before the flight or a viral antigen test (rapid test) carried out less than 48 hours before the flight by a medical analysis laboratory or any other authorized testing unit for this purpose. The negative result of the test must be presented, if necessary, accompanied by a translation, in one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, French, German) or in English, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese.

     

    For additional information about these restrictions and/or the associated derogations, please consult https://covid19.public.lu/fr/voyageurs/visiter-luxembourg.html

     

    Please find the entry regulations to Luxembourg and details where PCR or antigen tests can be carried out in your city or at your departure airport by clicking here.

    New entry rules for passengers coming from UK to Luxembourg or who have been in UK 14 days before arriving to Luxembourg: PCR or antigen test 72h before the flight. Test upon arrival (free at the airport), self-quarantine for 7 days and a second test on the 6th day. If a person refuses to submit to a test either on arrival or at the end of the first quarantine period, the quarantine will be automatically extend for an additional 7 days, for an overall period of 14 days. Passengers must declare themselves via covid@ms.etat.lu or +352 247 655 33

  • Before traveling to Madeira, the government of the autonomous region of Madeira requires you to register online at https://madeirasafe.com/#/login prior to departure. Passengers need to hold a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to departure. If you have not performed a PCR test, you will be obliged by local authorities to take a PCR test upon arrival at Funchal Airport, free of charge. After taking the PCR test upon arrival, you can proceed to your destination where you must wait for the result of the PCR test, in confinement. 
    Passengers exempted from the test requirement: 
    -  Passengers holding a medical certificate issued in the last 180 days certifying that they recovered from Covid-19 disease, or a document certifying that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 according to the recommended plan
    - Passengers holding a vaccination certificate with one dose and had already contracted Covid-19 more than 90 days prior departure 
    - Children up to 11 years old

  • Passengers entering Malta must fill out and print the following document and a health locator form prior to departure. Passengers need to present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72 hours prior entry. No quarantines, except passengers arriving in Malta who failed to provide a PCR test.

    Passengers in possession of a valid Maltese vaccine certificate (which they must bring at the airport) and children aged 4 or below are exempted from the test requirement. 

  • All passengers entering Montenegro need to present a negative PCR test result performed within 72 hours prior entry or an antigen test performed within 48 hours prior entry (recognized by the EU and listed  on European Commision list here). . The following passengers are exempted from the test requirement:
    •    Passengers holding a positive Antibody test (IgG antibodies), which is not older than 30 days.
    •    Passengers holding a proof of  a complete vaccination scheme (2 doses), delivered at least 14 days prior to entering Montenegro.
    •    Passengers who recovered from the Covid-19 holding a PCR test older than 14 days but not exceeding 90 days.
    •    Montenegrin citizens and foreigners with a permanent or temporary residence permit in Montenegro. 
    •    Children aged 4 or below. 

     

    •    Montenegrin citizen entering Montenegro from the
    •    EU citizen entering Montenegro
    •    Foreign citizen with a permanent or temporary resident permit in the EU
    •    Foreign citizen who stayed 15 days prior entering Montenegro in the EU
    No quarantine is needed when entering Montenegro.

  • Only Norwegian nationals and residents are allowed to enter Norway, and must fill out a digital entry registration here.

    Passengers need to hold the negative result of a PCR or Antigen test performed within 24h prior to departure and a second test upon arrival. Children aged under 12 and passengers who recovered from the Covid-19 in the last 6 months are exempted from the test requirement. 

    Additionally, passengers must quarantine for 10 days, for exemptions please click here.

  • All passengers entering Portugal are required to present before departure in Luxembourg a negative result of a PCR test carried out no more than 72 hours before departure or an antigen test carried out max. 24h prior departure. Children aged under 2 are exempted from this obligation. All passengers traveling to Lisbon, Porto, or Faro must fill out this form (or print directly this document).The form may only be filled out once you have received your boarding pass with seat number: when traveling to Lisbon and Porto, you might fill it out 24 hours prior to departure (check-in is available for those destinations) but traveling to Faro, may only fill it out at the airport as online check-in is not available at the moment. 

  • Passengers must present the negative result of a PCR or Antigen test carried out 48h before arrival. Failure to show a negative test certificate will result into a 10 days quarantine upon arrival in Poland.
    Crews, passengers vaccinated against the Covid-19 (medical proof needed) and passengers who have been tested positive to the Covid-19 in the past 6 months (hospitalisation and isolation period has ended) are exempted from the test and quarantine requirement. 
     

  • Passengers entering Romania must fill out this document.

    Passengers from France and Belgium must present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72h prior to arrival. Crews, Diplomats, children aged 3 or below, passengers who have taken the vaccine (including the second dose at latest 10 days prior arrival) and passengers tested positive to the Covid-19 in-between 14 to 90 days prior entry are exempted from the test requirement.

     

  • All passengers entering Serbia need to present either a negative PCR test result performed within 48 hours prior to entry or proof of vaccination performed in Serbia, Hungary, Turkey or UEA against Covid-19 (2 doses or 1 dose if vaccinated with AstraZeneca). Serbian citizens and foreigners with a residence permit in Serbia may also enter without testing, but will be required to stay in quarantine for 10 days upon the arrival. Passengers aged under 12, passengers in transit, foreign citizens with a residence in Serbia and passengers fully vaccinated in Serbia/Hungary/Turkey /UEA are exempted from the test requirement (if accompanying adults meet the test requirement).

  • All passengers entering Spain are obliged to present a negative result of a PCR-test, antigen test or TMA test carried out max. 48h prior estimated arrival time. The test must be written in English, German, French, or Spanish and with the passengers' name, surname, date of test, type of test and country mentioned on it. In order to be able to travel, you will need to present your negative test result at check-in at the airport, upon arrival in Spain, and eventually upon check-in at your hotel. 
    The following passengers are exempted from the test requirement: 
    -Children aged 11 or below
    -Fully vaccinated passengers (with EMA approved vaccines), if the second dose was received at least 14 days before the flight. Passengers must hold a vaccine certificate including the passenger's name, surname, date of vaccination (second dose), type of vaccine, number of doses. 
    -Passengers who recovered from Covid-19 (holding a certificate from the competent authorities) at least 11 days after the first PCR positive test and max. 180 days from the date of sampling. The certificate must include the passenger's name, surname, date of test, type of test, country of issuance. 
    -Crew members


    Moreover, it is mandatory that you fill out the Spanish Health Control Form via the Spain Travel Health (SptTH) app or via the following link within 48h prior to entering Spain. After filling out the form you will receive a QR code that is mandatory before boarding (only works with Google Chrome or Mozilla). 
    You can find more information here and here.

  • Passengers entering Sweden need to present the negative result of a PCR test, Antigenic test or LAMP test carried out within 48 hours prior arrival. Children aged 17 or less, Swedish residents and citizens, and passengers traveling for imperative family reasons or urgent health care in Sweden are exempted from this test requirement.

  • Passengers entering Switzerland need to present the negative result of a PCR test carried out within 72 hours prior to departure. Additionally, all passengers must fill out this form: https://swissplf.admin.ch/home

     

    The following passengers are exempted from the test requirement:
    -Children aged 15 or below 
    -Passengers who can provide a medical certificate proving an urgency on medical ground
    -Swiss citizens/residents in exceptional cases provided that they have a certificate, more information can be found here
    -Passengers in transit
    -Passengers who recovered from the Covid-19 within 6 months prior to entering Switzerland, with a certificate
    -Passengers holding a medical certificate proving that they are unable to undergo a nasopharyngal PCR test
    -Passengers fully vaccinated with an EMA approved vaccine 
     
     

  • Flight Only Passengers
    Passengers are required to complete the documents generated by the application https://app.e7mi.tn/language, print and sign both documents and present them at the check-in counter at Luxembourg airport (for Djerba please select the region "Medenine"). Please do not forget also to confirm your registration to obtain a QR code.


    Passengers entering Tunisia need to present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to departure (the test certificate must have a QR code or must be printed and handed out upon arrival in Tunisia). Children aged 11 or below, fully vaccinated passengers and passengers tested positive to the Covid-19 at least 6 weeks before the day of departure are exempted from the test requirement. Please note that passengers will be subject to random rapid testing (free of charge) upon arrival in Tunisia.

    Additionally, passengers are required to undergo a mandatory self-quarantine. Fully vaccinated passengers (2nd dose received) and passengers tested positive to the Covid-19 at least 6 weeks before the day of departure are exempted from the self-quarantine requirement. 

    A proof will be needed for all exemptions - test and quarantine. Please note that passengers will be subject to random rapid testing (free of charge) upon arrival in Tunisia.
     

    LuxairTours Package Passengers (non-resident in Tunisia)
    Passengers are required to complete the documents generated by the application https://app.e7mi.tn/language, print and sign both documents and present them at the check-in counter at Luxembourg airport (for Djerba please select the region "Medenine"). Do not forget also to confirm your registration to obtain a QR code. When completing the documents, please select the "non-confinement" option.

    Passengers entering Tunisia need to present the negative result of a PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to departure (the test certificate must have a QR code or must be printed and handed out upon arrival in Tunisia). Children aged 11 or below, fully vaccinated passengers and passengers tested positive to the Covid-19 at least 6 weeks before the day of departure are exempted from the test requirement.A proof will be needed for all exemptions.Please note that passengers will be subject to random rapid testing (free of charge) upon arrival in Tunisia.
    No quarantine is needed for LuxairTours package passengers.

  • Passengers older than 5 years old entering Turkey must fill out electronically the following document at least 72h before departure. 

     

    Passengers entering Turkey need to present the negative result of a PCR test carried out within 72 hours prior arrival or an antigen test performed 48h prior entry. Additionally, passengers may be subject to random testing upon arrival.
    Passengers exempted from the test requirement: 
    -Passengers fully vaccinated (2 doses) at least 14 days before arrival in Turkey (certificate needed) 
    -Passengers who recovered from the Covid-19 the last 6 months 
    -Passengers in transit
    -Crew members
    -Children aged 5 or below

  • As of May 17, a new traffic light system has been put in place for entering the UK, following the country list passengers have visited in the last 10 days.

     

    GREEN LIST 
    All passengers entering UK must fill out the following PLF document and hand it at the gate. 

     

    Passengers must present the negative result (in English, French or Spanish) of a PCR test, LAMP test, or antigen test performed within 3 days before departure and another test on day 2 after arrival (test package must be pre-booked here). Children aged 10 or below, passengers with medical conditions (proof needed), hauliers and crew members are exempted from the test obligation. For all exemptions please click here

     

    Passengers are not required to quarantine. 


    AMBER LIST 
    All passengers entering UK must fill out the following PLF document and hand it at the gate. Passengers are also requested to pre-book a testing kit here before flying to the UK. 

     

    Passengers must present the negative result (in English, French or Spanish) of a PCR test, LAMP test, or antigen test performed within 3 days before departure and other tests on day 2 and on day 5 (which can stop the quarantine) or day 8 after arrival. Children aged 10 or below, passengers with medical conditions (proof needed), hauliers and crew members are exempted from the test obligation. For all exemptions please click here

     

    Passengers must quarantine at home for 10 days. 

     

    RED LIST 
    Only UK and Irish citizen coming from non-EU countries are allowed to enter UK and must fill out the following PLF document and hand it at the gate. Before flying, passengers must pre-book their hotel package on a government booking system.

     

    Passengers must present the negative result (in English, French or Spanish) of a PCR test, LAMP test, or antigen test performed within 3 days before departure and other tests while in quarantine on day 2 and on/after day 8 after arrival (test packages must be pre-booked here). Children aged 10 or below, passengers with medical conditions (proof needed), hauliers and crew members are exempted from the test obligation. For all exemptions please click here

     

    Passengers must quarantine in a government-approved facility for 10 days. The hotel must be pre-booked in advance. 

  • Before entering the United Arab Emirates, all passengers are required to register online through the app “DXB Smart App”:
    •    IOS devices: https://apps.apple.com/ae/app/covid19-dxb-smart-app/id1504818399  
    •    Android devices:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ae.gov.dha.covid19 
     
    Additionally, passengers are obliged to present a negative result of a PCR-test carried out maximum 72h before departure. The PCR test must be an official printed certificate written in English or Arabic. Children aged 11 or under are exempted from the test requirement. When travelling to Dubai please make sure to bring with you health insurance proof that is in English.


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