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Albania - Open with Restrictions - 09/14/2021

ALBANIA

Date:  September 14, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through October 08, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to enter
US passengers: Allowed to enter; vaccination certificate / recovery certificate / negative test (PCR 72h / antigen 48h) required
Quarantine: No
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All passengers who transit or apply to enter the Republic of Albania, ages six or older must meet one of the following three conditions:
    • Submit a vaccination passport where the date of full vaccination is no later than two weeks from the date of entry in Albania.
    • Have a negative PCR test within 72 hours or a rapid antigen test within 48 hours, or
    • Alternatively, may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 6 months preceding travel.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Citizens residing in Albania who return and do not have one vaccination passport / PCR test / recovery certificate must self-isolate themselves for 10 days and inform the health authority to perform a test at the end of the isolation period.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • October 08, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Daily curfew will be from 11:00pm to 6:00am, until further notice
  • Wearing a mask indoors is mandatory for any individual 11 years old and above, wearing a mask outdoors is also mandatory when social distancing is not possible as per the standard 2 meters distance.  Non-compliance with this rule may result in a fine up to 3,000 ALL.
  • Further information is available at https://www.tirana-airport.com/c/115/covid-19

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0130/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK 
APPROVAL FROM ALBANIAN CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY FOR EXEMPTION FROM 
ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON APPROVAL, 
STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT 
PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY 
REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 28 JUL 2021  07:58   TO: 28 OCT 2021  23:59 EST

A0146/21
COVID-19: PAX REQUIREMENTS.
ENTRY AND TRANSIT IN THE TERRITORY OF ALBANIA IS REGULATED ACCORDING 
TO THE DECISIONS OF THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS OF 30 AUGUST 
2021.
MORE DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH'S WEB SITE
(WWW.SHENDETESIA.GOV.AL/MASAT-E-VENDOSURA-NGA-KOMITETI-TEKNIK-I-EKSPE
RTEVE/)
FROM: 06 SEP 2021  00:00   TO: 06 DEC 2021  23:59

Austria - Open with Restrictions - 09/20/2021

AUSTRIA

Date:            September 20, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through October 22, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter 
-    Vaccination / Recovery certificate: No pre-registration. No quarantine. 
-    Non-vaccinated: PCR 72h / Antigen 48h + Pre-registration + Quarantine min. 5 days with a follow up test.

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Travelers from safe countries with a low incidence rate can enter the country for tourism purposes. Passengers are required to:
    • Show proof of a negative test / vaccination certificate / recovery certificate. 
    • No self-isolation.
    • Europe: ANDORRA, BELGIUM, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, BULGARIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND, ITALY, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, MOLDOVA, MONACO, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL , ROMANIA, SAN MARINO, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, VATICAN CITY
    • Worldwide: AUSTRALIA, CANADA, HONG KONG, JORDAN, MACAU, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, URUGUAY, VIETNAM
    • Special note for the passengers from Cyprus:
      • Guests who have not yet been fully vaccinated or cannot prove a past infection within the last 90 days, have to show a PCR test (not older than 72 hours). An antigen test is not sufficient. If there is no proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative PCR test, the PCR test must be taken at the airport immediately.
  • Travelers from high epidemiological risk are allowed to enter for essential travel reasons only. Passengers are required to:
    • Register digitally in order to obtain pre-travel clearance.
    • Show a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours. (Antigen test NOT accepted)
    • Self-isolate for 10 days. Negative follow up test taken at the earliest on Day 5 can end the quarantine. 
    • BRAZIL, CHILE, COSTA RICA, SURINAME. 
  • Travelers from other countries can enter Austria under following conditions:
    • Passengers with full vaccination or recovery certificate: No pre-registeration + no self-isolation. 
    • Non-vaccinated passengers: Negative test is required + must register digitally in order to obtain pre-travel clearance + must self-isolate for 10 days. A follow up test taken at the earliest on Day 5 can end the quarantine. 
    • All other countries not present in low or high categories (e.g. USA)
  • General exemptions apply to persons traveling for essential travel reasons under the following travel categories (no testing, no quarantine requirements):
    • TO MAINTAIN GOODS AND PASSENGER TRAFFIC (CREWS)
    • EXCLUSIVELY FOR COMPELLING REASONS OF ANIMAL CARE OR FOR AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY MEASURES IN INDIVIDUAL CASES
    • IN THE CONTEXT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROFESSIONAL TRANSFER TRIP / A PROFESSIONAL TRANSFER FLIGHT
    • IN THE IMPERATIVE INTEREST OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA
    • TRANSIT PASSENGERS OR THE TRANSIT THROUGH AUSTRIA WITHOUT A STOPOVER, WHICH IS ALSO THE CASE WITH ONLY ESSENTIAL INTERRUPTIONS
    • THE CREW OF A REPATRIATION TRIP / A REPATRIATION FLIGHT INCLUDING THE ACCOMPANYING ORGANS OF THE PUBLIC SECURITY SERVICE

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 
QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions.
  • Any traveler entering Austria must show one of the following documents:
    • Negative COVID Test
      • Traveler must show a PCR test no older than 72 hours OR an antigen test no older than 48 hours. (For travellers from certain countries, only PCR tests are valid). Tests need to be issued by a medical authority; self-tests are valid for 24 hours only if the result is entered into an official data processing system. Children under 12 do not need to show a test.
    • Vaccine Certificate
      • The following vaccines (including mix-and-match vaccines) are recognised: BioNtech/Pfizer, AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria and Covishield), Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinovac, and Sinopharm. (Please be aware that this only applies to entering the country. Sinovac/Sinopharm are not valid for entering hotels, restaurants etc. within Austria.) You are considered vaccinated:
        • if you have received both doses of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria or Covishield), BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, Sinopharm, or Sinovac; OR
        • starting on the 22nd after your one Johnson & Johnson dose; OR
        • if you have had a COVID infection and have received one vaccination dose (proof of past infection required).
      • The vaccine certificate is valid for 360 days after the 2nd dose for 2-dose vaccines. In people with a past infection + one vaccination, it is valid for 360 days after that one dose. For vaccines that require only one dose, it is valid from the 22nd day for 270 days from vaccination.
    • Proof of Past Infection
      • Traveler can enter Austria for 180 days after a SARS-CoV-2 infection. Proof of antibodies is valid for 90 days from the test date.
  • Vaccination Certificate
    • Proof of negative test, vaccination, or past infection can be a doctor's certificate, an official test result, a vaccination certificate/vaccination card/vaccine passport (including a pdf from an electronic vaccine passport, either on your phone or as a hard copy), or an official/medical certificate proving a past infection, either in German or English. If your original certificate is not in English or German, please use this official health certificate in German or English as proof.
    • If you are unable to show any of these documents, you are required to take a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours of arriving in Austria. However, in this case, you will need to register digitally before travelling to obtain pre-travel clearance, and are required to show proof of it at the border (either digitally or as a hard copy). Find more information on the pre-travel clearance here and find the form you need to fill in before travelling here.
  • Pre-Travel Clearance:
    • Prior entering Austria, passengers must register online at https://entry.ptc.gv.at and present confirmation of transmission upon entry. 
    • Exempted are: 
      • Passengers from ALBANIA, ANDORRA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AZERBAIJAN, BELGIUM,BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BRUNEI, BULGARIA, CANADA, CROATIA, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HONG KONG, HUNGARY, ICELAND,IRELAND, ISRAEL, ITALY, JAPAN, JORDAN, KOSOVO, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MACAU, MALTA, MOLDAVIA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND,NORTH MACEDONIA, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, QATAR, ROMANIA, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA,SOUTH KOREA, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TAIWAN, THAILAND, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, VATICAN OR VIETNAM.
      • Fully vaccinated passengers, unless if arriving from red countries (virus variant areas).
      • Aircraft crew and other persons traveling under the essential travel categories. 
  • More information is available at: https://www.austria.info/en/service-and-facts/coronavirus-information/entry-regulations


DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • October 22, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1989/20
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK 
APPROVAL FROM (AIS/ARO WIEN) FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR 
EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND 
RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST 
APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
AIP AUSTRIA ENR1.9 CHAPTER 1.1.1, 1.1.6 AND 3.7 TO BE CHECKED.
THE ATFM APPROVAL REQUEST FORM CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE FOLLOWING LINK
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/YYUROG6S
FROM: 23 JUL 2021  07:11   TO: 21 OCT 2021  08:00 EST

A2504/21
COVID-19: PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS
.
THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR HEALTH HAS ENACTED
FOLLOWING REGULATION CONCERNING THE NEED TO WEAR PROTECTIVE MASKS
ON BOARD AIRCRAFT IN RESPECT OF SARS-COV-2 / COVID-19:
.
0) CHANGE-LOG:
0.1) FFP2-MASK RE-INTRODUCED AS PER 15.09.2021
.
1) ENTERING THE AIRPORT AND AICRAFT-CABIN  IS ONLY PERMITTED IF TILL
14.09.2021 A COMMUNITY MASK AND AS OF 15.09.2021 A BREATHING-
MASK PROTECTION CLASS FFP2 WITHOUT EXHALATION VALVE
(OR AN EQUIVALENT MASK OR A MASK CORRESPONDING TO A HIGHER
STANDARD) IS WORN.
.
2) EXEMPTED ARE CHILDREN UP TO THE AGE OF SIX AND PERSONS WHO
CANNOT BE EXPECTED TO WEAR THE MASK FOR HEALTH REASONS.
PREGNANT AND 6- TO 14-YEAR-OLDS CAN USE A COMMUNIY MASK INSTEAD
OF THE FFP2-MASK.
FROM: 10 SEP 2021  15:50   TO: 31 OCT 2021  23:59

A2505/21
SARS-COV-2 / COVID-19: OPERATORS REQUIREMENTS.
CONTACT DETAILS OF PASSENGERS BEEN TO RISK AREAS.

0) CHANGE-LOG:
0.1) VALIDITY EXTENDED

1) ACFT OPERATORS ARE OBLIGED TO COLLECT CONTACT DETAILS OF
PAX IF DEPARTURE POINT IS AN AREA LISTED ON THE HOMEPAGE OF
THE FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
FOR WHICH A TRAVEL WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED IN CONNECTION WITH
THE OCCURRENCE OF SARS-COV-2.

2) AFFECTED COUNTRIES TO BE FOUND AT
HTTPS://WWW.BMEIA.GV.AT/REISE-AUFENTHALT/REISEWARNUNGEN

3) DETAILS TO BE COLLECTED:
- ID OF PERSONS (FULL NAME, DATE OF BIRTH AND NATIONALITY),
- ORIGINAL PLACE OF DEPARTURE,
- DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL TIME,
- BORDER CROSSING POINT FOR ENTRY INTO AUSTRIA,
- TOTAL NUMBER OF PEOPLE CARRIED AND
- TRANSPORT CODE NUMBER.

4) DATA HAS TO BE STORED FOR 28 DAYS AFTER ARRIVAL AND MADE
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY TO HEALTH AUTHORITIES ON THEIR REQUEST.
FROM: 10 SEP 2021  15:55   TO: 31 OCT 2021  23:59

A2503/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS 
.
THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR HEALTH HAS ENACTED 
FOLLOWING REGULATION CONCERNING THE ENTRY INTO AUSTRIA BY AIR IN 
RESPECT OF SARS-COV-2 / COVID-19:
.
FAQS MINISTRY FOR HEALTH: HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/ENTRYREQAT201017
.
0) CHANGE-LOG:
0.1) VALIDITY OF VACCINATIONS ADOPTED
0.2) STATE LIST IN POINT 4 ADOPTED
0.3) STATE LIST IN POINT 5 ADOPTED
0.4) STATE LIST IN POINT 6 ADOPTED
0.5) EXEMPTIONS FROM QUARANTINE IN POINT 7 ADOPTED
.
1) MEDICAL-, TEST-, VACCINATION- AND RECOVERY-RESULTS/CERTIFICATES 
A. MEDICAL-CERTIFICATES (NOTE 1), TEST-, VACCINATION- AND RECOVERY- 
RESULTS/-CERTIFICATES IN GERMAN OR ENGLISH SERVE TO PROVE THAT THE 
PERSON WAS TESTED NEGATIVE FOR SARS-COV-2 BY A PCR-/LAMP-/TMA- OR 
ANTIGEN-TEST, VACCINATED AGAINST SARS-COV-2 OR HAS RECOVERED FROM 
COVID-19.
B. TEST RESULTS MUST INCLUDE FIRST AND LAST NAME OF THE PERSON 
TESTED, DATE OF BIRTH, DATE AND TIME OF SAMPLING, TEST RESULT, 
SIGNATURE OF THE PERSON AND STAMP OF THE INSTITUTION PERFORMING THE 
TEST OR A BAR OR QR CODE. TIME OF SAMPLING WHEN ENTERING THE COUNTRY 
MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 72 H AGO (PCR-, LAMP-, TMA-TEST), NOT MORE
THAN 48 H AGO (ANTIGEN TEST) OR NOT MORE THAN 24 H AGO (ANTIGEN TEST
FOR PERSONAL USE WHICH IS RECORDED IN AN OFFICIAL DATA PROCESSING
SYSTEM). THE COSTS FOR THE TEST ARE TO BE BORNE BY YOURSELF. THE
NEGATIVE TEST RESULT MUST BE PRESENTED AT A CONTROL.
C. MEDICAL OR OFFICAL RECOVERY CERTIFIACTES MUST CONFIRM THAT AN 
INFECTION HAS BEEN OVERCOME IN THE LAST 180 DAYS OR PROOF OF 
NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES THAT MUST NOT BE OLDER THAN 90 DAYS.
D. VACCINATION CERTIFICATES MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
I. SECOND VACCINATION, WHEREBY THIS MUST NOT BE
MORE THAN 360 DAYS AGO, OR
II. 21 DAYS HAVE PASSED SINCE VACCINATION IN THE CASE OF VACCINES
FOR WHICH ONLY ONE VACCINATION IS PLANNED, WHEREBY THIS MUST NOT
BE MORE THAN 270 DAYS AGO, OR
III. VACCINATION, PROVIDED THAT AT LEAST 21 DAYS BEFORE THE
VACCINATION, A DISEASE OF COVID-19 WAS CONFIRMED BY MEANS OF A
POSITIVE PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 OR PROOF OF NEUTRALIZING
ANTIBODIES, WHEREBY THE VACCINATION MUST NOT BE MORE THAN
360 DAYS AGO, OR
IV. FURTHER VACCINATION, WHEREBY THIS MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 360 DAYS
AGO AND BETWEEN THIS AND A VACCINATION IN TERMS OF POINTS I. - III.
AT LEAST 120 DAYS MUST HAVE PASSED.
E. FOLLOWING VACCINES ARE RECOGNIZED:
I. COMIRNATY/BNT162B2/TOZINAMERAN (INN) FROM BIONTECH AND PFIZER
(2 VACCINATIONS)
II. COVID-19 VACCINE MODERNA/MRNA-1273 (2 VACCINATIONS)
III. CHADOX1 NCOV19/CHADOX1-S/AZD1222/VAXZEVRIA COVID-19 VACCINE
ASTRAZENECA FROM ASTRAZENECA AND COVISHIELD FROM SERUM INSTITUE OF
INDIA (2 VACCINATIONS)
IV. COVID-19 VACCINE JANSSEN FROM JOHNSON AND JOHNSON / JANSSEN
PHARMACEUTICALS/AD26.COV2.S (US + NL SITES) (1 VACCINATION)
V. SINOPHARM/BINP SARS-COV-2-VACCINE (VERO CELL) INACTIVATED FROM 
BEIJING BIO-INSTITUTE OF BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS (2 VACCINATIONS)
VI. SINOVAC-CORONAVAC VACCINE, SARS-COV-2 VACCINE (VERO CELL)
INACTIVATED (2 VACCINATIONS)
.
2) PRE-TRAVEL CLEARANCE
BEFORE ENTERING THE COUNTRY, PEOPLE MUST REGISTER ONLINE AT 
HTTPS://ENTRY.PTC.GV.AT, EXCEPT FOR PERSONS ACCORDING 4.A, 7.B OR
9 AND PRESENT THE CONFIRMATION OF TRANSMISSION UPON ENTRY.
.
3) QUARANTINE
A. PEOPLE WHO ARE OBLIGED TO QUARANTINE HAVE TO BE SELF-MONITORED AT 
AN EXISTING PLACE OF RESIDENCE (HOME QUARANTINE) OR IN OTHER 
SUITABLE ACCOMMODATION, THE AVAILABILITY OF WHICH HAS TO BE 
CONFIRMED UPON ENTRY. ACCOMMODATION COSTS ARE TO BE BORNE BY 
YOURSELF.
B. RESIDENCE OF ACCOMODATION MUST NOT BE LEFT DURING QUARANTINE,
EXCEPT TO TAKE A TEST.
C. THE QUARANTINE CAN BE ENDED PREMATURELY FOR THE PURPOSE OF 
LEAVING AUSTRIA IF IT IS ENSURED THAT THE RISK OF INFECTION IS 
MINIMIZED AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE WHEN LEAVING AUSTRIA.
.
4) ENTRY FROM ANDORRA, AUSTRALIA, BELGIUM,BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA,
BULGARIA, CANADA, CROATIA, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, 
FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HONG KONG, HUNGARY, ICELAND,
IRELAND, ITALY, JORDAN, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA,
LUXEMBOURG, MACAU, MALTA, MOLDAVIA, MONACO, NETHERLANDS, NEW
ZEALAND, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, QATAR, ROMANIA, SAN MARINO,
SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA,SOUTH KOREA, SPAIN,
SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TAIWAN, URUGUAY, VATICAN OR VIETNAM 
A. PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM ONE OF THESE COUNTRIES 
AND WHO HAVE BEEN TO THESE COUNTRIES OR AUSTRIA IN THE LAST 10 DAYS 
WITHOUT EXCEPTION CAN ENTER AUSTRIA FREELY WITH A MEDICAL 
CERTIFICATE, TEST RESULT, VACCINATION CERTIFICATE OR RECOVERY 
CERTIFICATE.
B. IF NO MEDICAL CERTIFICATE, NO TEST RESULT, NO VACCINATION 
CERTIFICATE OR NO RECOVERY CERTIFICATE CAN BE PRESENTED, A PCR-/ 
LAMP-/TMA-/ANTIGEN-TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 MUST BE CARRIED OUT WITHIN 24 
HOURS OF ENTRY.
.
5) ENTRY BY AIR FROM CYPRUS
A. PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR FROM ONE OF THESE COUNTRIES MUST CARRY
A NEGATIVE PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-TEST RESULT OR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF 
SUCH A TEST RESULT OR A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
POINTS 1.D.II TO 1.D.IV OR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF SUCH A
VACCINATION.
B. IF NO EVIDENCE ACCORDING TO POINT A. CAN BE PRESENTED, A
REGISTRATION HAS TO BE PERFORMED AND A PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-TEST MUST BE
CARRIED OUT IMMEDIATELY AT THE AIRPORT. IF, DUE TO SPECIAL
CIRCUMSTANCES, IMMEDIATE TESTING AT THE AIRPORT IS NOT POSSIBLE,
THIS CAN BE DONE WITHIN 24 HOURS IN EXCEPTIONAL CASES.
.
6) ENTRY FROM CHILE, COSTA RICA OR SURINAME
A. ENTRY FROM ONE OF THESE STATES OR AREAS AND THE ENTRY OF PERSONS
WHO HAVE BEEN IN ONE OF THESE STATES OR AREAS WITHIN THE LAST 10 DAYS
IS PROHIBITED.
B. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO:
I. AUSTRIAN CITIZENS, EU-/EEA-CITIZENS AND PEOPLE WHO LIVE WITH THEM 
IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD,
II. SWISS CITIZENS AS WELL AS PERSONS WHO LIVE WITH THEM IN THE SAME
HOUSEHOLD, 
III. PEOPLE WITH RESIDENCE OR HABITUAL ABODE IN EU-/EEA-COUNTRIES OR
ANDORRA, MONACO, SAN MARINO, THE VATICAN OR SWITZERLAND AND PEOPLE
WHO LIVE WITH THEM IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD, 
IV. FOREIGNERS, IF THEY HAVE A PHOTO ID ACCORDING TO PARA 5 OF THE
OFFICIAL SEAT ACT,
V. PERSONS WHO ARE ENTITLED TO STAY IN AUSTRIA ON THE BASIS OF A
RESIDENCE PERMIT, A RESIDENCE TITLE OR DOCUMENTATION OF 
THE RIGHT OF RESIDENCE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SETTLEMENT AND 
RESIDENCE ACT OR THE ASYLUM ACT 2005,
VI. PERSONS WHO HAVE A CONFIRMATION OF THE APPLICATION PURSUANT TO
ART. 18 PARA. 1 OF THE AGREEMENT ON THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED
KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION
AND THE EUROPEAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMUNITY (WITHDRAWAL AGREEMENT), 
VII. MEMBERS OF THE STAFF OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS OR CONSULAR POSTS 
AND PERSONS WHO LIVE WITH THEM IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD, 
VIII. EMPLOYEES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PEOPLE WHO LIVE
WITH THEM IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD, 
IX. PERSONS WHO ARE EMPLOYED BY A DOMESTIC REGIONAL AUTHORITY OR A
DOMESTIC CORPORATION UNDER PUBLIC LAW AND WHOSE PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT
IS ABROAD OR WHOSE SERVICE IS PERFORMED ABROAD, INSOFAR AS THE
ACTIVITY OF THIS CORPORATION ABROAD IS IN THE INTERESTS OF THE
REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, 
X. PERSONS WHO ENTER TO BEGIN OR CONTINUE THEIR STUDIES OR FOR 
RESEARCH, 
XI. PERSONS WHO COME TO PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL OPERATIONS,
XII. PERSONS WHO ENTER FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES, 
XIII. HUMANITARIAN FORCES,
XIV. AN ACCOMPANYING PERSON DURING ENTRY FOR MEDICAL REASONS, 
XV. PEOPLE WHO ENTER THE COUNTRY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PERFORMING A
MANDATORY JUDICIAL OR OFFICIAL OBLIGATION, SUCH AS SUMMONING TO COURT
HEARINGS,
XVI. ENTRY FOR UNFORESEEABLE, URGENT REASONS THAT ARE PARTICULARLY 
WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION IN THE FAMILY CIRCLE, SUCH AS IN PARTICULAR 
SERIOUS ILLNESSES, DEATHS, FUNERALS, BIRTHS AND THE CARE OF PEOPLE 
IN NEED OF SUPPORT IN EMERGENCIES,
XVII. FOR ENTRY IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS THAT CAN 
BE PLANNED IN THE FAMILY CIRCLE, SUCH AS WEDDINGS, CHRISTENINGS, 
BIRTHDAY PARTIES OR VISITS TO THE PARTNER.
C) PERSONS MENTIONED AT POINT B.I - B.XVII HAVE TO PROVIDE (A MEDICAL
CERTIFICATE OF) A NEGATIVE PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-TEST AND PERFORM A
REGISTRATION. IN ADDITION, A TEN-DAY QUARANTINE MUST BE COMMENCED
IMMEDIATELY. THE QUARANTINE IS DEEMED TO HAVE ENDED IF A PCR-/LAMP-/
TMA-TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 IS CARRIED OUT AT THE EARLIEST ON THE FIFTH
DAY AFTER ENTRY AND THE TEST RESULT IS NEGATIVE. 
D. THE QUARANTINE OBLIGATION DOES NOT APPLY TO ENTRY FOR PROFESSIONAL
PURPOSES TO VISIT AN INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTION WITHIN THE MEANING OF
THE OFFICIAL SEAT ACT OR IN THE MAINLY INTEREST OF THE REPUBLIC OF
AUSTRIA, IN PARTICULAR IN CULTURAL OR SPORTING TERMS, WHEREBY THIS
ALSO APPLIES TO SUPERVISORS AND TRAINERS, AND OF PERSONS IN 
ACCORDANCE WITH POINT B.IV AND B.XIII - B.XVI. 
E. TRANSPORT COMPANIES MUST ENSURE, WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THEIR
OPERATIONAL AND TECHNICAL POSSIBILITIES, THAT THE PERSONS THEY
TRANSPORT FROM THESE STATES OR AREAS INTO THE FEDERAL TERRITORY OF 
THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA ARE INFORMED ABOUT THE REQUIREMENTS FOR 
ENTRY AND ABOUT THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF VIOLATIONS. 
F. TRANSPORT COMPANIES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TRANSPORT PERSONS WHO ARE
PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA FROM THESE 
STATES OR TERRITORIES. 
.
7) ENTRY FROM OTHER STATES OR REGIONS
A. PERSONS ENTERING FROM OTHER STATES OR REGIONS OR WHO HAVE STAYED 
IN OTHER STATES OR REGIONS WITHIN THE LAST 10 DAYS HAVE TO PROVIDE A
TEST-RESULT, AVACCINATION CERTIFICATE, A RECOVERY CERTIFICATE OR A 
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF VACCINATION OR RECOVERY AND PERFORM A
REGISTRATION.
IN ADDITION, A TEN-DAY QUARANTINE MUST BE COMMENCED IMMEDIATELY.
THE QUARANTINE IS DEEMED TO HAVE ENDED IF A PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-/ANTIGEN-
TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 IS CARRIED OUT AT THE EARLIEST ON THE FIFTH DAY 
AFTER ENTRY AND THE TEST RESULT IS NEGATIVE.
B. THE QUARANTINE AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS DO NOT APPLY TO ENTRY
I. AS PART OF THE REGULAR COMMUTER TRAFFIC TO PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL
AND STUDY OPERATIONS OR FOR FAMILY PURPOSES OR TO VISIT A PARTNER,
II. OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE OR PROOF OF RECOVERY
(OR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF VACCINATION) AS WELL AS MINORS BETWEEN
THE AGES OF 12 AND 18 WHO ARE ACCOMPANIED BY THESE PERSONS, AND
III. PERSONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH POINT 6.B.IV AND 6.B.XII - 6.B.XVI. 
.
8) ENTRY FOR MEDICAL REASONS
A. THE ENTRY OF
I. AUSTRIAN CITIZENS,
II. PERSONS WHO ARE SUBJECT TO COMPULSORY HEALTH INSURANCE IN 
AUSTRIA, OR 
III. PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN GRANTED A TREATMENT AGREEMENT 
BY AN AUSTRIAN HOSPITAL FOR MEDICAL REASONS THAT ARE PARTICULARLY 
WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION,
IS PERMITTED WITHOUT RESTRICTION IF IT TAKES PLACE IN AUSTRIA FOR
THE USE OF ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY MEDICAL SERVICES.
UPON ENTRY, A CONFIRMATION OF THE ABSOLUTE NECESSITY OF USING A 
MEDICAL SERVICE (NOTE 2) MUST BE PRESENTED.
B. PEOPLE WITH THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE OR HABITUAL ABODE IN AUSTRIA 
ARE ALLOWED TO RE-ENTER THE COUNTRY WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS AFTER 
HAVING USED ESSENTIAL MEDICAL SERVICES. UPON RE-ENTRY, A 
CONFIRMATION OF THE ABSOLUTE NECESSITY OF USING A MEDICAL SERVICE 
MUST BE PRESENTED.
.
9) GENERAL EXEMPTIONS, REGARDLESS OF WHERE THESE PEOPLE COME FROM, 
APPLY TO (NO PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-/ANTIGEN-TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 NECESSARY, 
NO QUARANTINE):
A. TO MAINTAIN GOODS AND PASSENGER TRAFFIC (CREWS), IF THE 
DESTINATION COUNTRY IS NOT AUSTRIA, THE EXIT MUST BE ENSURED, 
B. EXCLUSIVELY FOR COMPELLING REASONS OF ANIMAL CARE OR FOR 
AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY MEASURES IN INDIVIDUAL CASES, 
C. IN THE CONTEXT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROFESSIONAL TRANSFER 
TRIP / A PROFESSIONAL TRANSFER FLIGHT, 
D. IN THE IMPERATIVE INTEREST OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, 
E. TRANSIT PASSENGERS OR THE TRANSIT THROUGH AUSTRIA WITHOUT A 
STOPOVER, WHICH IS ALSO THE CASE WITH ONLY ESSENTIAL INTERRUPTIONS, 
IF DEPARTURE IS GUARANTEED, 
F. THE CREW OF A REPATRIATION TRIP / A REPATRIATION FLIGHT INCLUDING 
THE ACCOMPANYING ORGANS OF THE PUBLIC SECURITY SERVICE.
.
10) EXEMPTION FROM THE OBLIGATION TO CARRY A NEGATIVE PCR-/LAMP-/TMA-
TEST RESULT OR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF SUCH A TEST RESULT WHEN
ENTERING BY AIR ACCORDING TO POINT 5.A AND IN THE CASE OF POINT 6.C,
IF A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE CAN BE PRESENTED, WHICH FULFILLS THE
FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
A. CONFIRMATION OF AN INFECTION WITH SARS-COV-2 THAT
OCCURRED IN THE LAST 90 DAYS AND EXPIRED AT THE TIME THE CERTIFICATE
IS ISSUED,
B. ISSUANCE NO EARLIER THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE FIRST DETECTION OR
THE BEGINNING OF SYMPTOMS,
C. NO SYMPTOMS FOR AT LEAST 48 HOURS BEFORE THE CERTIFICATE IS
ISSUED AND
D. CONFIRMATION THAT, DESPITE THE PRESENCE OF A POSITIVE MOLECULAR
BIOLOGICAL TEST RESULT FOR SARS-COV-2, BASED ON THE MEDICAL
LABORATORY FINDINGS, IT CAN BE ASSUMED THAT THERE IS CURRENTLY NO
RISK OF INFECTION.
.
11) MINORS UP TO THE AGE OF TWELVE IF TRAVELLING UNDER SUPERVISION
OF AN ADULT ARE EXEMPTED FROM TEST REQUIREMENT. IF TRAVELLING 
UNATTENDED SAME REQUIREMENTS AS FOR ADULTS APPLY.
IF THE QUARANTINE OF THE ADULT UNDER WHOSE SUPERVISION THE MINORS 
ARE TRAVELING IS DEEMED TO HAVE ENDED, THE QUARANTINE FOR THEM IS 
ALSO DEEMED TO HAVE ENDED. 
.
12) EXEMPTIONS DO NOT RELEASE PASSENGER/CREW FROM FOREIGN 
IMMIGRATION ENTRY REGULATIONS (VISA ETC.) 
.
NOTE 1: MEDICAL CERTIFICATE ENGLISH:
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/MEDCERTATEN21
.
NOTE 2: CONFIRMATION OF MEDICAL SERVICE ENGLISH:
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/MEDSVCATEN21
.
NOTE 3: MEDICAL CERTIFICATE ACCORDING TO POINT 10 ENGLISH:
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/4KXH7WYU
.
NOTE 4: AUSTRIAN RESIDENCE PERMITS:
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/RESIDENCEPERMITSAT
.
NOTE 5: PRE-TRAVEL-CLEARANCE:
HTTPS://ENTRY.PTC.GV.AT
FROM: 15 SEP 2021  00:00   TO: 31 OCT 2021  23:59

Azores - Open with Restrictions - 06/02/2021

AZORES

Date:          June 02, 2021
Subject:      Latest Country Restrictions through June 12, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter for essential travel only 
Quarantine: No quarantine with a PCR test not older than 72 hours

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No flight restrictions. PCR and quarantine requirements apply.


RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; No Crew/Pax are allowed to go to the terminal 
  • Crew overnight is allowed; PCR test not older than 72 hours is required

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All passengers are subject to a mandatory PCR test upon arrival in Azores.  
  • Exempted are:
    • Passengers holding a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours prior departure. 
    • Children equal or less than 12 years.
    • Health professionals on duty. 
    • Passengers with a disease confirmed by valid medical certificates.
    • Transit passengers remaining airside.
    • Crew members remaining airside.
  • All passengers boarding the airports of the Azorean islands classified as high or medium risk (incidence rate above 50) and with a destination in other Azorean islands classified as low risk are subject to a mandatory PCR test upon arrival.  
  • Exempted are:
    • Passengers holding a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours prior departure. 
    • Children equal or less than 12 years.
    • Health professionals on duty for transferring or evacuating patients.
    • Passengers with a disease confirmed by valid medical certificates.
    • Transit passengers remaining airside.
    • Crew members remaining airside.
  • All travelers who wish to remain in the Azores for more than 7 days are required to take a follow up test on the Day 6. Travelers wishing to remain in the Azores for more than 14 days are required to get tested again on Day 12. 
  • Local movement restrictions apply. Travelers are recommended to remain aware of the local rules as changes can occur on a short notice. Latest information is available at https://covid19.azores.gov.pt


DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • June 12, 2021

 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A2026/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS.
1.IN ACCORDANCE WITH AZORES REGIONAL GOVERNMENT DECISION, ALL 
PASSENGERS FROM ACTIVE COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION ZONES OR WITH 
TRANSMISSION CHAINS ACTIVE AS DESIGNATED BY WORLD HEALTH 
ORGANIZATION, WITH DESTINATION TO THE AUTONOMOUS REGION OF THE 
AZORES, ARE SUBJECT TO SARS-COV-2 VIRUS MANDATORY TEST AT ARRIVAL AT 
THE FINAL DESTINATION ISLAND.
2.EXCEPTIONS:
2A. PASSENGERS THAT HOLD A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 VIRUS RT-PCR TEST, 
DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE.
2B. PASSENGERS WITH AGE EQUAL OR LESS THAN 12 YEARS.
2C. HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ON DUTY FOR TRANSFERRING OR EVACUATING 
PATIENTS AND WHO HAVE UPDATED PERIODIC SCREENING UNDER PROFESSIONAL 
SCOPE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TECHNICAL STANDARD OF THE REGIONAL 
HEALTH IN FORCE.
2D. PASSENGERS WITH A DISEASE DULY CONFIRMED BY MEDICAL DECLARATION 
ATTESTING ANATOMICAL AND OR CLINICAL INCOMPATIBILITY FOR CARRYING 
OUT A SARS-COV-2 DIAGNOSTIC TEST, THROUGH NASOPHARYNX COLLECTION OF 
BIOLOGICAL MATERIAL, IN WHICH CASE PASSENGERS MUST PREVIOUSLY SUBMIT 
BEFORE THEIR MOVEMENT, WITH A MINIMUM ADVANCE OF FIVE WORKING DAYS, 
THE DECLARATION TO THE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY FOR VALIDATION, 
WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO CONDUCTING A SEROLOGICAL TEST UPON ARRIVAL.
2E. PASSENGERS WHO SUBMIT A CLINICAL DISCHARGE DECLARATION FROM 
SURVEILLANCE AND ISOLATION MEASURES ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC HEALTH 
SERVICE REGARDING SARS-COV-2, WHICH IS VALID FOR 90 DAYS.
2F. CREW MEMBERS THAT DO NOT ENTER THE AIRPORT LAND SIDE, AS WELL AS 
THOSE THAT TRAVEL IN SERVICE OUTSIDE THE AUTONOMOUS REGION OF THE 
AZORES AND RETURN WITHOUT HAVING LEFT THE AIRCRAFT.
3.ALL PASSENGERS SHALL COMPLY WITH MASK USE, SOCIAL DISTANCING AND 
RESPIRATORY ETIQUETTE RULES SET BY LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITY.
4.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT HTTPS://COVID19.AZORES.GOV.PT/
FROM: 28 MAY 2021  19:56   TO: 11 JUN 2021  23:59

A2027/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS INTER-ISLAND FLIGHTS.
1.IN ACCORDANCE AZORES REGIONAL GOVERNMENT DECISION, ALL PASSENGERS 
BOARDING AIRPORTS OF ISLANDS OF AZORES ARCHIPELAGO, WHERE COMMUNITY 
TRANSMISSION SARS-COV-2 VIRUS EXISTS, WITH INCIDENCE RATE GREATER 
THAN FIFTY NEW POSITIVE CASES PER HUNDRED THOUSAND INHABITANTS IN 
THE LAST SEVEN DAYS, COUNTED FROM 29MAY2021 0000UTC, DESTINED FOR 
ANY OTHER ISLAND OF THE ARCHIPELAGO, ARE SUBJECT TO SARS-COV-2 VIRUS 
MANDATORY TEST AT ARRIVAL.
2.EXCEPTIONS:
2A. PASSENGERS THAT HOLD A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 VIRUS RT-PCR TEST, 
DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE.
2B. PASSENGERS WITH AGE EQUAL OR LESS THAN 12 YEARS.
2C. HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ON DUTY FOR TRANSFERRING OR EVACUATING 
PATIENTS AND WHO HAVE UPDATED PERIODIC SCREENING UNDER PROFESSIONAL 
SCOPE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TECHNICAL STANDARD OF THE REGIONAL 
HEALTH IN FORCE AT THE TIME.
2D. PASSENGERS WITH A DISEASE DULY CONFIRMED BY MEDICAL DECLARATION 
ATTESTING ANATOMICAL AND OR CLINICAL INCOMPATIBILITY FOR CARRYING 
OUT THE SARS-COV-2 DIAGNOSTIC TEST, THROUGH THE COLLECTION OF 
BIOLOGICAL MATERIAL THROUGH THE NASOPHARYNX, IN WHICH CASE 
PASSENGERS MUST PREVIOUSLY SUBMIT BEFORE THEIR TRAVEL, WITH AT LEAST 
TWO WORKING DAYS IN ADVANCE, THE AFOREMENTIONED DECLARATION TO THE 
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY FOR VALIDATION, SUBJECT TO SEROLOGICAL 
TEST ON ARRIVAL AT THE DESTINATION ISLAND.
2E. PASSENGERS WHO SUBMIT A CLINICAL DISCHARGE DECLARATION FROM 
SURVEILLANCE AND ISOLATION MEASURES ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC HEALTH 
SERVICE REGARDING SARS-COV-2, WHICH IS VALID FOR 90 DAYS.
2F. PASSENGERS DEPARTING FROM AN ISLAND CLASSIFIED AS LOWER RISK OF 
TRANSMISSION, AND IF, IN TRANSIT TO THE ISLAND OF FINAL DESTINATION, 
LAND AT THE AIRPORTS OF THE ISLANDS CLASSIFIED AS HIGH AND MEDIUM 
RISK OF TRANSMISSION, PROVIDED THEY DO NOT ENTER THE AIRPORT LAND 
SIDE.
2G. AIRLINE CREWS THAT DO NOT TRANSIT TO THE AIRPORT LAND SIDE, AS 
WELL AS THOSE TRAVELING IN SERVICE, DEPARTING FROM, THE ISLANDS 
CLASSIFIED OF HIGHER RISK OF TRANSMISSION, AND RETURN TO THEM 
WITHOUT LEAVING THE AIRCRAFT.
3.ALL PASSENGERS SHALL COMPLY WITH MASK USE, SOCIAL DISTANCING AND 
RESPIRATORY ETIQUETTE RULES SET BY LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITY.
4.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT HTTPS://COVID19.AZORES.GOV.PT/.
FROM: 29 MAY 2021  00:00   TO: 11 JUN 2021  23:59

Belgium - Open with Restrictions - 07/07/2021

BELGIUM

Date:          July 07, 2021
Subject:      Latest Country Restrictions through August 01, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to enter
US passengers: Allowed to enter – vaccination / recovery / test certificate required
Quarantine: No
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Travel is allowed for any travel reasons for the following persons:
    • EU/Schengen citizens or residents, incl. Andorra, Monaco, San Marino Vatican
    • Third Country residents of the EU safe listed countries: SAUDI ARABIA, ALBANIA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AZERBAIJAN, BRUNEI, CANADA, ISRAEL, JAPAN, JORDAN, KOSOVO, LEBANON, MOLDAVIA, MONTENEGRO, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, NORTHERN MACEDONIA, RWANDA, SOUTH KOREA, THAILAND, USA + HONG KONG, MACAO, TAIWAN. 
  • Persons from other Third Countries are allowed to enter under the following essential travel categories:
    • Health professionals, health researchers and elderly care professionals; 
    • Frontier workers; 
    • Seasonal workers in agriculture; 
    • Transport personnel; 
    • Diplomats, staff of international organizations, people invited by international organizations whose physical presence is required, military personnel, federal police personnel, civil protection personnel, law enforcement personnel, personnel from the Immigration Office, customs personnel and humanitarian aid workers
    • Passengers in transit : extra-Schengen transit and extra-EU transit
    • Passengers travelling for imperative family reasons, meaning:
    • Seafarers;
    • Humanitarian reasons 
    • Purpose of study, including pupils, students and interns 
    • Qualified persons, if their work is necessary from an economic point of view and cannot be postponed
    • Persons who come to work as an employee in Belgium, including au pairs, whatever the duration of this activity; authorization by a competent Region is required 
    • Persons who come to work as a self-employed in Belgium, whatever the duration of this activity; authorization by a competent Region is required
  • All travelers from other Third Countries are required to hold an Essential Travel Certificate delivered by a Belgian Embassy or consular post abroad in order to certify the essential nature of the travel. 


RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; 
  • Crew rest is allowed; 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • 1. Traveler must complete the Passenger Locator From 48h prior arrival in Belgium: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/plf/
  • 2. Traveler must check the colour code of the origin country and if the country is listed as a very high risk country: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/colour-codes-by-country/
    • Travelers from Green countries (e.g. USA): No test, no quarantine. 
    • Travelers from Orange countries: No test, no quarantine. 
    • Travelers from Red Zone in the European Union: 
      • Passengers holding a vaccination / recovery / test certificate: No test, no quarantine.
      • Other passengers: Get tested on day 1 or 2 after arrival – negative result ends the quarantine. Children under the age of 12 do not have to get tested.
    • Travelers from Red Zone outside the European Union: 
      • Passengers holding a vaccination / recovery certificate: Get tested on day 1 or 2 after arrival – negative result ends the quarantine. Children under the age of 12 do not have to get tested.
      • NOTE: Certificate must be a recognized European or Belgian certificate.
      • Other passengers: 10-day quarantine is mandatory. Get tested on day 1 or 7.
      • Certain exemptions apply: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/exemptions/
    • Travelers from a Very High Risk Country:
      • Travel to Belgium is not allowed. Travelers must have an essential reason to travel.
      • Allowed travelers must hold EITHER an EU Digital COVID Certificate (or one deemed equivalent by the European Commission or Belgium) OR a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours.
      • Traveler must quarantine for 10 days. This applies to everyone, even if the traveler is fully vaccinated or have been in this country for less than 48 hours. Get tested on day 7.
      • More information: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/countries-with-high-risk/
  • 3. Traveler must check the Covid certificate one is holding. There are three types of certificates:
    • A vaccination certificate proves that you have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You are fully vaccinated 2 weeks after your last vaccination dose.
    • A recovery certificate shows that you have recovered from COVID-19. You have a positive PCR test result no older than 180 days and you no longer need to quarantine.
    • A test certificate is proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result.
    • Please note: You do not live in the European Union or Schengen Area? Then you must have a certificate recognised by Belgium or the European Union.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • August 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1737/21
COVID-19: TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 
VACCINES, OPR OF FLT DEPARTING AD WITHIN THE BELGIAN TERRITORY AND 
CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD REQ APPROVAL FROM BELGIAN CAA FOR ATFM 
MEASURES EXEMPTION FOR EACH FLT DEEMED CRITICAL.
UPON APPROVAL, 'STS/ATFMX' AND 'RMK/VACCINE' SHALL BE INSERTED IN 
ITEM 18 OF FPL.
OPR CARRYING VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQ APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL 
FLT CONCERNED.
FROM: 28 APR 2021  15:17   TO: 28 JUL 2021  23:59

EBBR
A2726/21
COVID-19: SUSPECT COVID19 CASES ON BOARD OF ARR FLT MUST BE
REPORTED VIA COMPANY GND OPS TO EBBR AIRSIDE INSPECTION +3227536900
NO LATER THAN 60 MIN PRIOR TO ARR. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN
ARR DLA. -PASSENGERS SHALL FILL IN ELECTRONIC PASSENGER LOCATOR
FORM (PLF), AVBL AT HTTPS://TRAVEL.INFO-CORONAVIRUS.BE/. PASSENGERS
TECHNICALLY UNABLE TO USE ELECTRONIC PLF SHALL USE PAPER FORM AVBL
AT HTTPS://DOFI.IBZ.BE/SITES/DVZOE/FR/DOCUMENTS/BELGIUM(UNDERSCORE)
PASSENGERLOCATORFORM.PDF. -AIRLINES SHALL REFUSE BOARDING TO
PASSENGERS THAT CANNOT SHOW PROOF OF ELECTRONIC PLF SUBMISSION OR
PROVIDE PAPER FORM. -AIRLINES SHALL COLLECT PAPER FORMS FOR
INTRA-SCHENGEN FLT AND PROVIDE THEM TO SANIPORT SVC IMMEDIATELY
AFTER ARR. -PAPER FORMS OF EXTRA-SCHENGEN FLT WILL BE COLLECTED AT
BORDER CONTROL
FROM: 30 JUN 2021  09:15   TO: 31 AUG 2021  22:00 EST

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Open with Restrictions - 05/07/2021

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

Date:  May 07, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through June 06, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter
Quarantine: No. Negative PCR test not older than 48 hours is required.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No flight restrictions.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All foreign nationals are required to present a negative PCR test result not older than 48 hours. 
  • Exempted from the PCR test requirement are:
    • Citizens of Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro, and their families when entering Bosnia & Herzegovina directly from the country of their citizenship.
    • Aircraft & cabin crew whose final destination is Bosnia & Herzegovina.
    • Diplomatic and consular staff; foreign heads of state and related delegations.
    • Civil protection services and teams when their entry is urgent and immediate.
    • Members of military forces of NATO states and other states in participation in the partnership for peace.
    • Passengers in transit returning to their country of residence.
  • No quarantine requirements.
  • Nationwide curfew applies and public movement is restricted. Travelers are recommended to remain aware of the local lockdown rules as changes can occur on a short notice. 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • June 06, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All arriving passengers, crew and operational staff must complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior arrival.
  • Aircraft cleaning and disinfection is required for aircraft coming from specific COVID-19 affected areas. More information: https://www.bhdca.gov.ba/index.php/en.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1276/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
EASA SAFETY DIRECTIVES N0:2020-03 AND 2020-04 IS ISSUED IN 
ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 51. OF REGULATION ON OVERSIGHT IN CIVIL 
AVIATION AND EASA.
OPERATIONAL MEASURES TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS 
'SARS-COV-2' INFECTION IN FIR SARAJEVO.
SAFETY DIRECTIVE IS PUBLISHED ON BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA DIRECTORATE 
OF CIVIL AVIATION WEBSITE:
HTTP:/WWW.BHDCA.GOV.BA/INDEX.PHP/EN/
FROM: 28 APR 2021  12:11   TO: 30 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

A1277/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
BASED ON EASA SIB 2020-02, SAFETY DIRECTIVE ON EQUIPPING OF 
AIRCRAFT WITH UNIVERSAL PRECAUTION KITS AND CLEANING AND 
DISINFECTION OF AIRCRAFT COMING FROM SPECIFIC COVID-19 AFFECTED 
AREAS IS IN FORCE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA. SAFETY DIRECTIVE IS 
PUBLISHED ON BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA DIRECTORATE OF CIVIL AVIATION 
WEBSITE:
HTTP://WWW.BHDCA.GOV.BA/INDEX.PHP/EN/
FROM: 28 APR 2021  12:12   TO: 30 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

A1278/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS
ALL PASSENGERS, CREW MEMBERS AND OPERATIONAL STAFF ARRIVING TO
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA BY AIRCRAFT MUST COMPLETE A PUBLIC HEALTH
PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM (PLF). 
ALL PLFS MUST BE COLLECTED BY THE CREW, CHECKED AND HANDED OVER TO 
THE RAMP AGENT UPON LANDING.
FROM: 28 APR 2021  12:13   TO: 30 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

A1279/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS
- FOREIGN CITIZENS WHO MEET THE CONDITIONS FOR ARRIVAL IN BOSNIA AND 
HERZEGOVINA PRESCRIBED BY THE LAW ON ALIENS, CAN ENTER BOSNIA AND 
HERZEGOVINA UPON PRESENTATION OF A NEGATIVE PCR TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 
VIRUS, WHICH IS NOT OLDER THAN 48 HOURS FROM ARRIVAL AT THE BORDER 
CROSSING OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.
WITHOUT PRESENTING A NEGATIVE TEST FOR THE SARS-COV-2 VIRUS, THE 
FOLLOWING MAY ENTER BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA:
- CITIZENS OF MONTENEGRO, THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA AND THE REPUBLIC 
OF SERBIA, WHEN THEY ENTER BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA DIRECTLY FROM THE 
COUNTRY OF WHICH THEY ARE CITIZENS, AS WELL AS THEIR MINOR CHILDREN 
AND SPOUSES WHO ARE CITIZENS OF OTHER COUNTRIES,
- CREW AND CABIN CREW OF THE AIRCRAFT WHOSE FINAL DESTINATION IS 
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA,
- DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR STAFF AND STAFF OF INTERNATIONAL 
ORGANIZATIONS DURING PERFORMANCE OF THEIR OFFICIAL DUTIES, WHO, UPON 
ENTERING BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, MUST POSSESS AND PRESENT AN 
APPROPRIATE VALID PASSPORT,
- CIVIL PROTECTION SERVICES AND TEAMS WHEN THEIR ENTRY INTO BOSNIA 
AND HERZEGOVINA IS URGENT AND IMMEDIATE, 
- MEMBERS OF MILITARY FORCES OF NATO STATES AND OTHER STATES WHICH 
PARTICIPATE IN THE PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE, NATO HQ MEMBERS AND EUFOR 
IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA,
- HEADS OF STATE AND MEMBERS OF THEIR DELEGATIONS WHOSE ARRIVAL AND 
DEPARTURE HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED TO THE BIH BORDER POLICE THROUGH 
DIPLOMATIC CHANNELS OR THROUGH PROTOCOLS OF THE COMPETENT BIH 
AUTHORITY,
- FOREIGN CITIZENS TRANSITING THROUGH THE TERRITORY OF BOSNIA AND 
HERZEGOVINA FOR THE PURPOSE OF RETURNING TO THE COUNTRY OF 
RESIDENCE, WITHOUT RETENTION ON THE TERRITORY OF BOSNIA AND 
HERZEGOVINA,
- MINORS WHOSE PARENT IS A CITIZEN OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, AS 
WELL AS A FOREIGN CITIZEN WHO IS THE SPOUSE OF A CITIZEN OF BOSNIA 
AND HERZEGOVINA,
- FOREIGN CITIZENS ARE OBLIGED TO FOLLOW AND RESPECT ALL 
INSTRUCTIONS AND ORDERS OF THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF BOSNIA AND 
HERZEGOVINA, EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES.
FROM: 28 APR 2021  12:14   TO: 30 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

Bulgaria - Open with Restrictions - 06/01/2021

BULGARIA

Date:          June 1, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through July 1, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to enter
US passengers: Allowed to enter
Quarantine: Exempted with a negative PCR 72h / vaccination certificate / recovery certificate.
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry into Bulgaria is prohibited for all passengers having a starting point of their departure in the following countries: INDIA, BANGLADESH, NEPAL, MYANMAR, BHUTAN, SRI LANKA, PAKISTAN, MALDIVES, BRAZIL AND COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES IN AFRICA (excluding 
  • EGYPT, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, MOROCCO, MALI, NIGER, CHAD, SUDAN, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, SOMALIA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, GABON, CONGO, NIGERIA, BENIN, TOGO, COTE D'IVOIRE, LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE, GAMBIA, SENEGAL, BURKINA FASO, SOUTH SUDAN, GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU AND MADAGASCAR).
    • Exempted are Bulgarian citizens and long-term residence permit holders and their family members; mandatory 10 day quarantine is required. 
  • Entry into Bulgaria is allowed through the airports: LBBG/Burgas, LBPD/Plovdiv, LBSF/Sofia and LBWN/Varna.
  • Entry into Bulgaria is allowed to persons under the following travel categories:
    • A. BULGARIAN CITIZENS AND INDIVIDUALS HOLDING BULGARIAN PERMANENT OR LONG-TERM RESIDENCE PERMISSION AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS AND PERSONS HOLDING BULGARIAN LONG-TERM RESIDENCE VISA TYPE D.
    • B. INDIVIDUALS ARRIVING FROM EGYPT, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, MOROCCO, MALI, NIGER, CHAD, SUDAN, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, SOMALIA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, GABON, CONGO, NIGERIA, BENIN, TOGO, COTE D'IVOIRE, LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE, GAMBIA, SENEGAL, BURKINA FASO, SOUTH SUDAN, GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU AND MADAGASCAR.
    • C. CITIZENS OF EU MEMBER STATES, STATES OF SCHENGEN AGREEMENT, SAN MARINO, ANDORRA, MONACO, VATICAN AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS AS WELL AS PERSONS WHO ARE IN ACTUAL COHABITATION WITH THEM. 
    • D. THE CITIZENS FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, USA, GEORGIA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, CHINA, RWANDA, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, THAILAND, TUNISIA, URUGUAY, UAE, UKRAINE, REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA, SERBIA, ALBANIA, KOSOVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, MONTENEGRO, MOLDOVA, RUSSIA, ISRAEL, KUWAIT, BELARUS AND TURKEY.
    • E. PERSONS, HAVING LEGAL RESIDENCE IN EU MEMBER STATES, STATES OF SCHENGEN AGREEMENT, SAN MARINO, ANDORRA, MONACO AND VATICAN AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.
    • F. MEDICAL SPECIALISTS, MEDICAL RESEARCHERS AND SOCIAL WORKERS AND THEIR SUPERVISORS WHEN THE PURPOSE OF THE TRIP IS RELATED TO THEIR PROFESSION.
    • G. WORKERS ENGAGED IN THE SUPPLY OF MEDICINES, MEDICAL DEVICES AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, AS WELL AS DURING ITS INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE. 
    • H. OFFICIALS /HEADS OF STATES, MEMBERS OF GOVERNMENTS, ETC./ AND MEMBERS OF THEIR DELEGATIONS, AS WELL AS DIPLOMATS, OFFICIALS FROM INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, MILITARY OFFICERS, SECURITY AND PUBLIC ORDER OFFICERS AND HUMANITARIAN WORKERS IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THEIR DUTIES AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.
    • I. PERSONS TRAVELLING DUE TO HUMANITARIAN REASONS WHEN NON-ADMISSION OR LEAVING THE TERRITORY OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA OF A FOREIGN CITIZEN WILL CAUSE SERIOUS DANGER FOR HIS HEALTH OR LIFE DUE TO OBJECTIVE CIRCUMSTANCES OR FOR THE INTEGRITY OF HIS FAMILY OR THE HIGHEST INTEREST OF THE FAMILY OR THE CHILD REQUIRES HIS ADMISSION OR STAY ON THE TERRITORY OF THE COUNTRY.
    • J. REPRESENTATIVES OF COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC AND INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES AND PERSONS DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN: IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECTS CERTIFIED UNDER THE INVESTMENT PROMOTION ACT, ANALYSES BY PROJECTS OF POTENTIAL INVESTORS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES OF IMPORTANCE FOR THE COUNTRY'S ECONOMY, CERTIFIED BY A LETTER FROM THE MINISTER OF ECONOMY, PERSONS DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN: BUILDING, MAINTAINING, OPERATING AND ENSURING THE SECURITY OF THE STRATEGIC AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA, AS WELL AS PERSONS INVOLVED IN SHIPBUILDING AND SHIP REPAIR AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS, CERTIFIED BY A LETTER FROM THE MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RESPECTIVE ACTIVITY. THE LETTER FROM THE RESPECTIVE MINISTER SHOULD BE PRESENTED TO THE BORDER CONTROL AUTHORITIES.
    • K. SEASONAL AGRICULTURAL WORKERS AND WORKERS IN THE TOURISM SECTOR.
    • L. PERSONS TRAVELLING WITH EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AS WELL AS PERSONS TAKING PART IN EXAMINATION BOARDS WHEN THE EXAM IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BE HELD REMOTELY IN ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT.
    • M. INTERNATIONAL SPORTS EVENTS ORGANIZERS AND PARTICIPANTS FOR THE TIME OF THE ACTUAL EVENT, ATHLETES FROM ABROAD COMING TO THE COUNTRY FOR A CERTAIN TRIAL PERIOD, ATHLETES AND COACHES FROM ABROAD, ARRIVING IN THE COUNTRY TO PARTICIPATE IN TRAINING CAMPS, FAMILY MEMBERS OF FOREIGN ATHLETES AND COACHES, HOLDERS OF BULGARIAN LONG-TERM RESIDENCE VISA TYPE D, CERTIFIED BY A LETTER FROM THE MINISTER OF YOUTH AND SPORTS STATING THE EXACT NAMES AND ADDRESSES/PLACES OF RESIDENCE IN BULGARIA. THE LETTER SHOULD BE PRESENTED TO THE BORDER CONTROL AUTHORITIES.
    • N. FOREIGN CITIZENS FOR DELIVERING A DECREE UNDER THE LAW OF BULGARIAN CITIZENSHIP FOR ACQUIRED BULGARIAN CITIZENSHIP PROVEN OFFICIALLY BY A LETTER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE.
    • O. ORGANIZERS AND PARTICIPANTS IN INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EVENTS -FOR THE TIME OF THE RESPECTIVE CULTURAL EVENT, CERTIFIED BY THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE, IN WHICH THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS AND THE PLACE/ADDRESS OF THEIR RESIDENCE IN REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA ARE INDICATED. THE LETTER SHOULD BE PRESENTED TO THE BORDER CONTROL AUTHORITIES.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed; however, the stay should not exceed 12 hours.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All passengers are required to present one of the following documents: 
  • 1) Vaccination certificate
    • DOCUMENT FOR COMPLETION OF VACCINATION SCHEME AGAINST COVID-19 AND WHEN THE 14-DAY PERIOD HAVE PASSED VALID FROM THE DATE OF THE LAST DOSE OF THE VACCINE. FOR VACCINATION SCHEME TO BE COMPLETED IS ACCEPTED THE RECEIVING OF TWO DOSES FROM VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19 AS FOLLOWS:
      • 1. COMIRNATY/ BNT162B2 - BIONTECH MANUFACTURING GMBH/PFIZER-BIONTECH
      • 2. VAXZEVRIA/ AZD1222 - ASTREAZENECA AB
      • 3. AZD1222 - SK BIOSCIENCE CO LTD
      • 4. COVID-19 VACCINE MODERNA / MRNA-1273 - MODERNA BIOTECH 
      • 5. JANSSEN / AD26.COV2.S - JANSSEN-CILAG INTERNATIONAL NV - ONLY ONE DOSE
      • 6. COVISHIELD /CHADOX1 NCOV-19/ - SERUM INSTITUTE OF INDIA
      • 7. SARS-COV-2 VACCINE /VERO CELL/, INACTIVATED /INCOV/ - SINOPHARM / BIBP1
      • 8. SARS-COV-2 VACCINE /VERO CELL/, INACTIVATED /INCOV/ - SINOVAC BIOTECH LTD
      • 9. SPUTNIK V - THE GAMALEYA/GAM COVID VAC COMPONENT I, GAM COVID VAC COMPONENT II/ NATIONAL CENTER OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY.
    • THE DOCUMENT SHOULD HAVE THE NAME OF THE PERSON WRITTEN IN LATIN ACCORDING TO THE ID-CARD/PASSPORT WITH WHICH THE PERSON ARRIVES, DATE OF BIRTH, DATE ON WHICH THE RESPECTIVE DOSES OF VACCINE ARE PUT, TRADE NAME AND REFFERENCE NUMBER OF THE VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19, NAME OF MANUFACTURER /OWNER OF THE USAGE PERMISSION/, COUNTRY OF WHICH IT IS ISSUED AND NAME OF THE ISSUING COMPETENCE BODY.
  • 2) Recovery certificate
    • DOCUMENT SHOWING POSSITIVE RESULT OF CARRIED OUT TEST BY THE METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION /PCR/ TEST OR FAST ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 FOR PERSONS RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 FOR THE PERIOD FROM 15-TH TO 180-TH DAY FROM THE DATE OF THE TEST WRITTEN IN THE DOCUMENT. THE DOCUMENT SHOULD CONTAIN THE NAME OF THE PERSON ACCORDING TO THE ID-CARD/PASSPORT WITH WHICH THE PERSON TRAVELS, DATA FOR THE HOSPITAL, WHICH HAS PERFORMED THE EXAMINATION/NAME, ADDRESS OR OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION, DATE OF WHICH THE TEST IS MADE BY THE METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION /PCR/ TEST OR FAST ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19, WRITTEN IN LATIN /PCR OR RAT/ AND POSSITIVE RESULT /POSSITIVE/ ALLOWING INTERPRETATION OF THE DOCUMENT.
  • 2) Negative Covid-19 test result
    • DOCUMENT SHOWING NEGATIVE RESULT OF TEST MADE UP TO 72 HOURS BEFORE ENTERING THE COUNTRY BY THE METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION /PCR/ TEST OR NEGATIVE RESULT OF FAST ANTIGEN TEST FOR PROVING COVID-19 CARRIED OUT UP TO 48 HOURS BEFORE ENTERING THE COUNTRY VALID FROM THE DATE OF THE TEST WRITTEN IN THE DOCUMENT. THE DOCUMENT SHOULD CONTAIN THE NAME OF THE PERSON ACCORDING TO THE ID-CARD/PASSPORT WITH WHICH THE PERSON TRAVELS, DATA FOR THE HOSPITAL, WHICH HAS PERFORMED THE EXAMINATION/NAME, ADDRESS OR OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION, DATE OF WHICH THE TEST IS MADE BY THE METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION WRITTEN IN LATIN /PCR/ TEST OR FAST ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19, AND NEGATIVE RESULT /NEGATIVE/ ALLOWING INTERPRETATION OF THE DOCUMENT, AS FOLLOWS:
      • 1. COVID-VIRO AG RAPID TEST COVID-19  AAZ  LMB
      • 2. PANBIO COVID-19 AG RAPID TEST - ABBOTT RAPID DIAGNOSTICS
      • 3. FLOWFLEX SARS COV-2  AG RAPID TEST  ACON LABORATORIES, INC
      • 4. AESKU RAPID SARS COV-2 - AESKU DIAGNOSTICS GMBH AND CO, KG A
      • 5. AMP RAPID TEST SARS-COV-2 AG - AMEDA LABORDIAGNOSTIK GMBH 
      • 6. NOVEL CORONAVIRUS 2019 NCOV AG TEST /COLLOIDAL GOLD / - BEIJING HOTGEN BIOTECH CO LTD
      • 7. SARS-COV-2 ANTIGEN RAPID TEST KIT /COLLOIDAL GOLD IMMUNOCHROMATOGRAPHY/ - BEIJING LEPU MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
      • 8. BIOSYNEX COVID-19 AG BSS - BIOSYNEX SWISS SA
      • 9. CERTEST SARS-COV-2 CARD TEST - CERTEST BIOTECT S.L.
      • 10. CORETESTS COVID19 AG TEST  CORE TECHNOLOGY CO, LTD
      • 11. DIAQUICK COVID19 AG CASSETTE - DIALAB GMBH
      • 12. GENEDIA W COVID19 AG - GREEN CROSS MEDICAL SCIENCE CORP
      • 13. WONDFO 2019 NCOV AG TEST /LATERAL FLOW METHOD/ - GUANGZHOU WONFO BIONTECH CO LTD
      • 14. COVID-19 AG RAPID TEST KIT  HANGZHOU COLONGENE BIONTECH CO LTD
      • 15. CORONAVIRUS AG RAPID TEST CASSETTE (SWAB) - HEALGEN SCIENTIFIC LIMITED
      • 16. HUMASIS COVID19 AG TEST  HUMANUS CO, LTD
      • 17. COVID19 AG RAPID TEST /COLLOIDAL GOLD/ -  JOINSTAR BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD
      • 18. QUICKPROFILE COVID19 AG TEST  LUMIQUICK DIAGNOSTICS INC
      • 19. LUMIRADX SARS-COV-2 AG TEST - LUMIRADX 
      • 20. MEDSAN SARS COV-2 AG RAPID TEST - MEDSAN GMBH
      • 21. RAPID SARS COV-2 AG TEST CARD - MP BIOMEDICALS
      • 22. NADAL COVID19 AG TEST  NAL VON MINDEN GMBH
      • 23. BIOCREDIT COVID19 AG SARS COV 2  RAPIGEN INC
      • 24. SARS COV-2 AG TEST - ROCHE /SD BIOSENSOR/
      • 25. COVID19 AG RAPID TEST KIT /SWAB/ - SAFECARE BIOTECH HANGZHOU CO
      • 26. STANDARD F COVID-19 AG FIA - SD BIOSENSOR, INC
      • 27. STANDARD Q COVID-19 AG TEST - SD BIOSENSOR, INC
      • 28. SARS COV-2 AG TEST KIT COLLOIDAL GOLD - SHENZEN ULTRA DIAGNOSTICS BIOTEC CO
      • 29. SARS COV-2 AG DIAGNOSTIC TEST KIT COLLOIDAL GOLD  SHENZHEN WATMIND MEDICAL CO, LTD 
      • 30. TODA CORONADIAG AG - TODA PHARMA
      • 31. RAPID SARS-COV-2 ANTIGEN TEST CARD - XIAMEN BOSON BIOTECH CO
      • 32. CORONAVIRUS AG RAPID TEST CASSETTE /SWAB/ - ZHEJIANG ORIENT GENE BIOTECH CO, LTD
      • 33. SOFIA 2 SARS ANTIGEN FIA - QUIDEL CORPORATION
      • 34. PCL COVID19 RAPID FIA - PCL INC
      • 35. CLINITEST RAPID COVID-19 ANTIGEN TEST - SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS
    • Exempted from the above requirements are:
      • A. ACFT CREWS PERFORMING FLT TO/FM ALL INTERNATIONAL AD IN BULGARIA AND PERSONS INVOLVED IN ACFT TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE. 
      • B. PUPILS AND STUDENTS WHO LIVE IN GREECE, TURKEY, SERBIA, NORTH MACEDONIA AND ROMANIA AND TRAVEL ON A DAILY BASIS OR AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK TO BULGARIA FOR STUDYING. 
      • C.PUPILS AND STUDENTS WHO LIVE IN BULGARIA AND TRAVEL ON A DAILY BASIS OR AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK TO GREECE, TURKEY, SERBIA, NORTH MACEDONIA AND ROMANIA FOR STUDYING.
      • D. PERSONS PASSING TRANSIT THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA IN CASE OF AN IMMEDIATE DEPARTURE FROM THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA CAN BE GUARANTEED.
      • E. CHILDREN UP TO 5 YEARS OF AGE WHO ARE CITIZENS OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED IN PARAGRAPH C COUNTRIES.
      • F. CITIZENS OF ROMANIA AND CITIZENS OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA ARRIVING FROM ROMANIA
  • Quarantine:
    • No quarantine requirements for the persons holding a vaccination certificate / recovery certificate / negative covid-19 test result. 
    • Mandatory 10-day quarantine is required for Bulgarian citizens and long-term residents arriving from the very high risk countries: INDIA, BANGLADESH, NEPAL, MYANMAR, BHUTAN, SRI LANKA, PAKISTAN, MALDIVES, BRAZIL AND COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES IN AFRICA (excluding 
    • EGYPT, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, MOROCCO, MALI, NIGER, CHAD, SUDAN, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, SOMALIA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, GABON, CONGO, NIGERIA, BENIN, TOGO, COTE D'IVOIRE, LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE, GAMBIA, SENEGAL, BURKINA FASO, SOUTH SUDAN, 
    • GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU AND MADAGASCAR).


DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
July 1

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS 
A0328/21

COVID19: TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 
VACCINES, AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES 
SHOULD ASK APPROVAL FROM BULGARIAN CAA FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM 
MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. 
UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 
18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST 
APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 27 APR 2021  15:23   TO: 31 JUL 2021  23:59 EST

A0435/21
COVID-19: ALL PERSONS ENTERING THE TERRITORY OF REPUBLIC OF 
BULGARIA, REGARDLESS OF THEIR CITIZENSHIP AND THE COUNTRY OF 
ARRIVAL, ARE ALLOWED TO ENTER THE TERRITORY OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA 
AFTER PRESENTING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:
I. DOCUMENT FOR COMPLETION OF VACCINATION SCHEME AGAINST COVID-19 
AND WHEN THE 14-DAY PERIOD HAVE PASSED VALID FROM THE DATE OF THE 
LAST DOSE OF THE VACCINE. FOR VACCINATION SCHEME TO BE COMPLETED IS 
ACCEPTED THE RECEIVING OF TWO DOSES FROM VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19 AS 
FOLLOWS:
1. COMIRNATY/ BNT162B2 - BIONTECH MANUFACTURING GMBH/
PFIZER-BIONTECH
2. VAXZEVRIA/ AZD1222 - ASTREAZENECA AB?
3. AZD1222 - SK BIOSCIENCE CO LTD
4. COVID-19 VACCINE MODERNA / MRNA-1273 - MODERNA BIOTECH? 
5. JANSSEN / AD26.COV2.S - JANSSEN-CILAG INTERNATIONAL NV - ONLY ONE 
DOSE
6. COVISHIELD /CHADOX1 NCOV-19/ - SERUM INSTITUTE OF INDIA
7. SARS-COV-2 VACCINE /VERO CELL/, INACTIVATED /INCOV/ - SINOPHARM / 
BIBP1
8. SARS-COV-2 VACCINE /VERO CELL/, INACTIVATED /INCOV/ - SINOVAC 
BIOTECH LTD
9. SPUTNIK V - THE GAMALEYA/GAM COVID VAC COMPONENT I, GAM COVID VAC 
COMPONENT II/ NATIONAL CENTER OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY.
THE DOCUMENT SHOULD HAVE THE NAME OF THE PERSON WRITTEN IN LATIN 
ACCORDING TO THE ID-CARD/PASSPORT WITH WHICH THE PERSON ARRIVES,
DATE OF BIRTH, DATE ON WHICH THE RESPECTIVE DOSES OF VACCINE ARE 
PUT, TRADE NAME AND REFFERENCE NUMBER OF THE VACCINE AGAINST COVID-
19, NAME OF MANUFACTURER /OWNER OF THE USAGE PERMISSION/, COUNTRY OF 
WHICH IT IS ISSUED AND NAME OF THE ISSUING COMPETENCE BODY.
II. DOCUMENT SHOWING POSSITIVE RESULT OF CARRIED OUT TEST BY THE 
METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION /PCR/ TEST OR FAST ANTIGEN 
TEST FOR COVID-19 FOR PERSONS RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 FOR THE PERIOD 
FROM 15-TH TO 180-TH DAY FROM THE DATE OF THE TEST WRITTEN IN THE  
DOCUMENT. THE DOCUMENT SHOULD CONTAIN THE NAME OF THE PERSON 
ACCORDING TO THE ID-CARD/PASSPORT WITH WHICH THE PERSON TRAVELS, 
DATA FOR THE HOSPITAL, WHICH HAS PERFORMED THE EXAMINATION/NAME, 
ADDRESS OR OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION, DATE OF WHICH THE TEST IS MADE
BY THE METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION /PCR/ TEST OR FAST 
ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19, WRITTEN IN LATIN /PCR OR RAT/ AND 
POSSITIVE RESULT /POSSITIVE/ ALLOWING INTERPRETATION OF THE 
DOCUMENT.
III. DOCUMENT SHOWING NEGATIVE RESULT OF TEST MADE UP TO 72 HOURS 
BEFORE ENTERING THE COUNTRY BY THE METHOD OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN 
REACTION /PCR/ TEST OR NEGATIVE RESULT OF FAST ANTIGEN TEST FOR 
PROVING COVID-19 CARRIED OUT UP TO 48 HOURS BEFORE ENTERING THE 
COUNTRY VALID FROM THE DATE OF THE TEST WRITTEN IN THE DOCUMENT. THE 
DOCUMENT SHOULD CONTAIN THE NAME OF THE PERSON ACCORDING TO THE 
ID-CARD/PASSPORT WITH WHICH THE PERSON TRAVELS, DATA FOR THE 
HOSPITAL, WHICH HAS PERFORMED THE EXAMINATION/NAME, ADDRESS OR OTHER 
CONTACT INFORMATION, DATE OF WHICH THE TEST IS MADE BY THE METHOD OF 
THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION WRITTEN IN LATIN /PCR/ TEST OR FAST 
ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19, AND NEGATIVE RESULT /NEGATIVE/ ALLOWING 
INTERPRETATION OF THE DOCUMENT, AS FOLLOWS:
1. COVID-VIRO AG RAPID TEST COVID-19  AAZ  LMB
2. PANBIO COVID-19 AG RAPID TEST - ABBOTT RAPID DIAGNOSTICS
3. FLOWFLEX SARS COV-2  AG RAPID TEST  ACON LABORATORIES, INC
4. AESKU RAPID SARS COV-2 - AESKU DIAGNOSTICS GMBH AND CO, KG A
5. AMP RAPID TEST SARS-COV-2 AG - AMEDA LABORDIAGNOSTIK GMBH 
6. NOVEL CORONAVIRUS 2019 NCOV AG TEST /COLLOIDAL GOLD / - BEIJING 
HOTGEN BIOTECH CO LTD
7. SARS-COV-2 ANTIGEN RAPID TEST KIT /COLLOIDAL GOLD 
IMMUNOCHROMATOGRAPHY/ - BEIJING LEPU MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
8. BIOSYNEX COVID-19 AG BSS - BIOSYNEX SWISS SA
9. CERTEST SARS-COV-2 CARD TEST - CERTEST BIOTECT S.L.
10. CORETESTS COVID19 AG TEST  CORE TECHNOLOGY CO, LTD
11. DIAQUICK COVID19 AG CASSETTE - DIALAB GMBH
12. GENEDIA W COVID19 AG - GREEN CROSS MEDICAL SCIENCE CORP
13. WONDFO 2019 NCOV AG TEST /LATERAL FLOW METHOD/ - GUANGZHOU WONFO 
BIONTECH CO LTD
14. COVID-19 AG RAPID TEST KIT  HANGZHOU COLONGENE BIONTECH CO LTD
15. CORONAVIRUS AG RAPID TEST CASSETTE (SWAB) - HEALGEN SCIENTIFIC 
LIMITED
16. HUMASIS COVID19 AG TEST  HUMANUS CO, LTD
17. COVID19 AG RAPID TEST /COLLOIDAL GOLD/ -  JOINSTAR BIOMEDICAL 
TECHNOLOGY CO LTD
18. QUICKPROFILE COVID19 AG TEST  LUMIQUICK DIAGNOSTICS INC
19. LUMIRADX SARS-COV-2 AG TEST - LUMIRADX 
20. MEDSAN SARS COV-2 AG RAPID TEST - MEDSAN GMBH
21. RAPID SARS COV-2 AG TEST CARD - MP BIOMEDICALS
22. NADAL COVID19 AG TEST  NAL VON MINDEN GMBH
23. BIOCREDIT COVID19 AG SARS COV 2  RAPIGEN INC
24. SARS COV-2 AG TEST - ROCHE /SD BIOSENSOR/
25. COVID19 AG RAPID TEST KIT /SWAB/ - SAFECARE BIOTECH HANGZHOU CO
26. STANDARD F COVID-19 AG FIA - SD BIOSENSOR, INC
27. STANDARD Q COVID-19 AG TEST - SD BIOSENSOR, INC
28. SARS COV-2 AG TEST KIT COLLOIDAL GOLD - SHENZEN ULTRA 
DIAGNOSTICS BIOTEC CO
29. SARS COV-2 AG DIAGNOSTIC TEST KIT COLLOIDAL GOLD  SHENZHEN 
WATMIND MEDICAL CO, LTD 
30. TODA CORONADIAG AG - TODA PHARMA
31. RAPID SARS-COV-2 ANTIGEN TEST CARD - XIAMEN BOSON BIOTECH CO
32. CORONAVIRUS AG RAPID TEST CASSETTE /SWAB/ - ZHEJIANG ORIENT GENE 
BIOTECH CO, LTD
33. SOFIA 2 SARS ANTIGEN FIA - QUIDEL CORPORATION
34. PCL COVID19 RAPID FIA - PCL INC
35. CLINITEST RAPID COVID-19 ANTIGEN TEST - SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  17:41   TO: 31 JUL 2021  21:00 EST

A0436/21
COVID-19
1. THE ENTRY TO THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA IS 
PROHIBITED FOR ALL INDIVIDUALS /REGARDLESS OF THEIR STAY IN 
CONNECTION WITH THEIR TRANSIT THROUGH OTHER COUNTRIES DURING THEIR 
MOVEMENT/, WHERE THE STARTING POINT OF THEIR DEPARTURE IS INDIA, 
BANGLADESH, NEPAL, MYANMAR, BHUTAN, SRI LANKA, PAKISTAN, MALDIVES, 
BRAZIL AND COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES IN AFRICA OTHER 
THAN THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES: EGYPT, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, MOROCCO, 
MALI,NIGER, CHAD, SUDAN, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, SOMALIA, CENTRAL AFRICAN 
REPUBLIC, GABON, CONGO, NIGERIA, BENIN, TOGO, COTE D'IVOIRE, 
LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE, GAMBIA, SENEGAL, BURKINA FASO, SOUTH SUDAN, 
GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU AND MADAGASCAR.
PROHIBITION DOES NOT AFFECT BULGARIAN CITIZENS AND INDIVIDUALS 
HOLDING BULGARIAN PERMANENT OR LONG-TERM RESIDENCE PERMISSION AND 
THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS WHO SHALL BE PLACED UNDER QUARANTINE FOR PERIOD 
OF 10 DAYS AFTER ARRIVING IN THE COUNTRY.
2. THE ENTRY TO THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA IS ALLOWED
THROUGH AD BURGAS, AD PLOVDIV, AD SOFIA AND AD VARNA FOR:
A. BULGARIAN CITIZENS AND INDIVIDUALS HOLDING BULGARIAN PERMANENT OR
LONG-TERM RESIDENCE PERMISSION AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS AND PERSONS 
HOLDING BULGARIAN LONG-TERM RESIDENCE VISA TYPE D.
B. INDIVIDUALS ARRIVING FROM EGYPT, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, MOROCCO, MALI, 
NIGER, CHAD, SUDAN, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, SOMALIA, CENTRAL AFRICAN 
REPUBLIC, GABON, CONGO, NIGERIA, BENIN, TOGO, COTE D'IVOIRE, 
LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE, GAMBIA, SENEGAL, BURKINA FASO, SOUTH SUDAN, 
GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU AND MADAGASCAR.
C. CITIZENS OF EU MEMBER STATES, STATES OF SCHENGEN AGREEMENT, SAN 
MARINO, ANDORRA, MONACO, VATICAN AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS AS WELL AS 
PERSONS WHO ARE IN ACTUAL COHABITATION WITH THEM. 
D. THE CITIZENS FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, AUSTRALIA,
CANADA, USA, GEORGIA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, CHINA, RWANDA, REPUBLIC OF 
KOREA, THAILAND, TUNISIA, URUGUAY, UAE, UKRAINE, REPUBLIC OF NORTH 
MACEDONIA, SERBIA, ALBANIA, KOSOVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA,
MONTENEGRO, MOLDOVA, RUSSIA, ISRAEL, KUWAIT, BELARUS AND TURKEY.
E. PERSONS, HAVING LEGAL RESIDENCE IN EU MEMBER STATES, STATES OF 
SCHENGEN AGREEMENT, SAN MARINO, ANDORRA, MONACO AND VATICAN AND
THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.
F. MEDICAL SPECIALISTS, MEDICAL RESEARCHERS AND SOCIAL WORKERS AND 
THEIR SUPERVISORS WHEN THE PURPOSE OF THE TRIP IS RELATED TO THEIR 
PROFESSION.
G. WORKERS ENGAGED IN THE SUPPLY OF MEDICINES, MEDICAL DEVICES AND 
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, AS WELL AS DURING 
ITS INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE. 
H. OFFICIALS /HEADS OF STATES, MEMBERS OF GOVERNMENTS, ETC./ AND 
MEMBERS OF THEIR DELEGATIONS, AS WELL AS DIPLOMATS, OFFICIALS FROM 
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, MILITARY OFFICERS, SECURITY AND PUBLIC 
ORDER OFFICERS AND HUMANITARIAN WORKERS IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THEIR 
DUTIES AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.
I. PERSONS TRAVELLING DUE TO HUMANITARIAN REASONS WHEN NON-ADMISSION 
OR LEAVING THE TERRITORY OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA OF A FOREIGN 
CITIZEN WILL CAUSE SERIOUS DANGER FOR HIS HEALTH OR LIFE DUE TO
OBJECTIVE CIRCUMSTANCES OR FOR THE INTEGRITY OF HIS FAMILY OR THE 
HIGHEST INTEREST OF THE FAMILY OR THE CHILD REQUIRES HIS ADMISSION 
OR STAY ON THE TERRITORY OF THE COUNTRY.
J. REPRESENTATIVES OF COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC AND INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES 
AND PERSONS DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN: IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECTS  
CERTIFIED UNDER THE INVESTMENT PROMOTION ACT, ANALYSES BY PROJECTS 
OF POTENTIAL INVESTORS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES OF IMPORTANCE FOR THE 
COUNTRY'S ECONOMY, CERTIFIED BY A LETTER FROM THE MINISTER OF 
ECONOMY, PERSONS DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN: BUILDING, MAINTAINING,
OPERATING AND ENSURING THE SECURITY OF THE STRATEGIC AND CRITICAL 
INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA, AS WELL AS PERSONS 
INVOLVED IN SHIPBUILDING AND SHIP REPAIR AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS, 
CERTIFIED BY A LETTER FROM THE MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE  
RESPECTIVE ACTIVITY. THE LETTER FROM THE RESPECTIVE MINISTER SHOULD 
BE PRESENTED TO THE BORDER CONTROL AUTHORITIES.
K. SEASONAL AGRICULTURAL WORKERS AND WORKERS IN THE TOURISM SECTOR.
L. PERSONS TRAVELLING WITH EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AS WELL AS PERSONS 
TAKING PART IN EXAMINATION BOARDS WHEN THE EXAM IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BE 
HELD REMOTELY IN ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT.
M. INTERNATIONAL SPORTS EVENTS ORGANIZERS AND PARTICIPANTS FOR THE 
TIME OF THE ACTUAL EVENT, ATHLETES FROM ABROAD COMING TO THE COUNTRY 
FOR A CERTAIN TRIAL PERIOD, ATHLETES AND COACHES FROM ABROAD, 
ARRIVING IN THE COUNTRY TO PARTICIPATE IN TRAINING CAMPS, FAMILY 
MEMBERS OF FOREIGN ATHLETES AND COACHES, HOLDERS OF BULGARIAN LONG-
TERM RESIDENCE VISA TYPE D, CERTIFIED BY A LETTER FROM THE MINISTER 
OF YOUTH AND SPORTS STATING THE EXACT NAMES AND ADDRESSES/PLACES OF 
RESIDENCE IN BULGARIA. THE LETTER SHOULD BE PRESENTED TO THE BORDER 
CONTROL AUTHORITIES.
N. FOREIGN CITIZENS FOR DELIVERING A DECREE UNDER THE LAW OF
BULGARIAN CITIZENSHIP FOR ACQUIRED BULGARIAN CITIZENSHIP PROVEN
OFFICIALLY BY A LETTER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE.
O. ORGANIZERS AND PARTICIPANTS IN INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EVENTS -
FOR THE TIME OF THE RESPECTIVE CULTURAL EVENT, CERTIFIED BY THE 
MINISTRY
OF CULTURE, IN WHICH THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS AND THE PLACE/ADDRESS 
OF THEIR RESIDENCE IN REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA ARE INDICATED. THE LETTER
SHOULD BE PRESENTED TO THE BORDER CONTROL AUTHORITIES.
P. INDIVIDUALS DISCRIBED BELLOW IN NOTES /POINT 2/.
NOTES:
1. ALL PERSONS ALLOWED TO ENTER THE COUNTRY SHALL BE ADMITTED TO THE 
TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA WITH DOCUMENT DESCRIBED IN  
NOTAM A0435/21.
2. THE DOCUMENT DESCRIBED IN  NOTAM A0435/21 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR:
A. ACFT CREWS PERFORMING FLT TO/FM ALL INTERNATIONAL AD IN BULGARIA 
AND PERSONS INVOLVED IN ACFT TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE. 
B. PUPILS AND STUDENTS WHO LIVE IN GREECE, TURKEY, SERBIA, NORTH 
MACEDONIA AND ROMANIA AND TRAVEL ON A DAILY BASIS OR AT LEAST ONCE A 
WEEK TO BULGARIA FOR STUDYING. 
C.PUPILS AND STUDENTS WHO LIVE IN BULGARIA AND TRAVEL ON A DAILY 
BASIS OR AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK TO GREECE, TURKEY, SERBIA, NORTH 
MACEDONIA AND ROMANIA FOR STUDYING.
D. PERSONS PASSING TRANSIT THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF 
BULGARIA IN CASE OF AN IMMEDIATE DEPARTURE FROM THE TERRITORY OF THE
REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA CAN BE GUARANTEED.
E. CHILDREN UP TO 5 YEARS OF AGE WHO ARE CITIZENS OF THE ABOVE 
MENTIONED IN PARAGRAPH 2C COUNTRIES.
F.CITIZENS OF ROMANIA AND CITIZENS OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA ARRIVING 
FROM ROMANIA
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  20:21   TO: 31 JUL 2021  21:00 EST
 

Canary Islands - Open with Restrictions - 09/07/2021

CANARY ISLANDS

Date:          September 7, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through October 1, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passenger: Allowed to enter for all reasons with a vaccination certificate. Non-vaccinated travelers for essential travel only with a negative test or recovery certificate.
Quarantine: No
-    Note: US passengers accessing a regulated tourist accommodation must show a vaccination certificate / negative covid test 72h (PCR or antigen) / recovery certificate 
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • From September 6, U.S. citizens can travel from the United States to Spain for all travel reasons (e.g. tourism) if they show proof of vaccination. Non-vaccinated U.S.Citizens are allowed to enter for essential travel only, and must show proof of a negative covid test not older than 72 hours or a recovery certificate. 
  • All travelers must present upon arrival a QR code generated through the Spain Travel Health portal, obtained through the website or by downloading the “SpTH app” in Google Play Store or iTunes App Store for each traveler, regardless of their age. 
  • Any stay in a regulated tourist accommodation will additionally require a vaccination certificate OR a negative covid test not older than 72h OR a recovery certificate to be presented. 
  • Third Country nationals are allowed to enter Spain ONLY when traveling under the following travel categories:
    • a.    Habitual residents in the European Union, Schengen Associated States, Andorra, Monaco, The Vatican (Holy See) or San Marino who go to that country, proving it documentary.
    • b.    Holders of a long-term visa issued by a Member State or Schengen Associated State who are going to that country.
    • c.    Health professionals, including health researchers, and elderly care professionals who go to or return from exercising their work activity.
    • d.    Transport, marine and aeronautical personnel necessary to carry out air transport activities.
    • e.    Diplomatic, consular, international, military, civil protection and members of humanitarian organizations, in the exercise of their functions.
    • f.    Students who carry out their studies in the Member States or Schengen Associated States and who have the corresponding permit or visa for long-term stay, provided that they go to the country where they are studying, and that the entry occurs during the academic year or previous 15 days. If the destination is Spain and the duration of the stay is up to 90 days, it must be proven that the studies are carried out in an authorized teaching center in Spain, registered in the corresponding administrative registry, following a full-time program during this phase and in-person, and that leads to obtaining a degree or study certificate.
    • g.    Highly qualified workers whose work is necessary and cannot be postponed or carried out remotely, including participants in high-level sports events that take place in Spain. These circumstances must be justified documentary.
    • h.    Persons traveling for duly accredited imperative family reasons .
    • i.    People who travel for reasons of force majeure or need, or whose entry is allowed for humanitarian reasons, proving it documentary.
    • j.    Residents of third countries listed as follows - Provided that they come directly from them, have transited exclusively through other countries included in the list or have carried out only international transits in airports located in countries that do not appear in the annex. For residents of China, reciprocity is pending.
      • 1.    Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaizan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Japan, Jordan, New Zealand, Qatar, Republic of Moldova, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine, China (reciprocity is pending), Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR, Taiwan.
      • 2.    **Note: 06SEP-USA has been REMOVED from the above list. 
    • k.    Persons with a vaccination certificate, that the Ministry of Health recognizes for this purpose, after verification by the health authorities, as well as their accompanying minors (under 12 years of age). For persons resident in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland coming directly from this country, in addition to the vaccination certificate, diagnostic certificates of NAAT tests (nucleic acid amplification tests, e.g.: RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA, HAD, NEAR, CRISPR, SDA.....) will also be considered valid.
  • All third-country nationals, even if they belong to one of the above categories, who, after verification by the health authorities, do not meet the health control requirements for COVID-19 established by the Ministry of Health, will be subjected to denial of entry for public health reasons.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed; PCR test is required

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

All passengers arriving in Spain by air or sea, including those arriving in transit to other countries, must complete a Health Control Form before departure and obtain their QR code to present it at boarding and at health controls on arrival in Spain:

  • By air: via the website https://spth.gob.es 
  • By sea (ferries): through the web https://spthm.puertos.es/ 

Travel from a high risk country:

Passengers are required to present a negative covid-19 test result not older than 72 hours prior arrival OR a vaccination certificate  OR a certificate of recovery. 

  • Spain accepts the following test types: PCR, TMA and RT-LAMP.  Antigen tests performed a maximum of 48 hours prior to arrival in Spain will be accepted, as will NAAT tests (PCR, TMA, LAMP) performed a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival in Spain. Only NAAT tests will be accepted for people travelling from the United Kingdom.
  • Vaccination certificate must state the traveler has completed the full vaccinations at least 14 days prior the flight (valid up to one year after the date of vaccination).
  • Recovery certificate corresponds to a test no more than 90 days after the date of the first positive NAAT test result, no earlier than the 11th day following the date of that positive test result, and 3 months after serological test result. People travelling from the United Kingdom cannot use this option.
  • Crew exercising their duties is exempted from the PCR test requirements.
  • All Third Countries are currently considered high risk areas except the following:
    • Albania, Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Japan, Jordan, New Zealand, Qatar, Republic of Moldova, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine, China, Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR.
    • **Note: 06SEP-USA has been REMOVED from the above list. 
  •  The current list of risk countries is available at: https://www.mscbs.gob.es/en/profesionales/saludPublica/ccayes/alertasActual/nCov/spth.htm

 

  • Travel from a medium or low risk area outside Spain:
    • Spanish Health Form must be completed online prior traveling to the Canary Islands
    • Health check on arrival at the airport consisting of a temperature check (fever defined as a body temperature of 37.5ºC or higher) and a visual check for the absence of symptoms.
  • Travel from another autonomous community within Spain: 
    • Mandatory negative PCR test not older than 72 hours prior to arrival in the Canary Islands.
    • Exempted are:
      • Children under the age of 6
      • Are in transit through a port or airport in the Canary Islands but your final destination is in another country or a different region of Spain.
      • Can prove that you have been outside the Canary Islands for less than 72 hours prior to your arrival, regardless of your place of residence.
      • Have an official accredited document that shows that you have been fully vaccinated in the eight months prior to your trip or have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) within the past four months and at least 15 days prior to your trip. The official vaccination document must state which vaccine was received, the number of doses and the date each dose was administered.
      • Can prove with an official medical certificate or public document that you have had and recovered from the disease within the past 6 months.
  • Travel between Canary islands:
    • Movement between the islands is fully reinstated. No limitations.
  • Conditions for accessing a regulated tourist accommodation – mandatory for all travelers:
    • Traveler must meet one of the following requirements:
      • 1.    Test negative for active COVID-19 infection in the 72 hours prior to arrival in the Canary Islands. The tests that are allowed are PCR (RT-PCR for COVID-19), Transcription Mediated Amplification (TMA), and Antigen tests
      • 2.    Passengers who have an official document stating that they have been fully vaccinated within the 8 months prior to their trip or have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) within the past 4 months and at least 15 days prior to the trip.
      • 3.    Passengers with an official medical certificate or public document stating that they have recovered from the disease within the past 6 months.
    • Exempted from the previous are:
      • Children under the age of 6
      • Residents of the Canary Islands who declare, under their own responsibility, that they have not left the territory in the 15 days prior to arrival at the establishment and that they have not had any COVID-19 symptoms during that time.
      • People who, regardless of their place of residence, can prove that they have only been outside the Canary Islands for a period of less than 72 hours prior to arrival, having been in the territory for a full 15 days prior to that, and who also declare, under their own responsibility, that they have not experienced any COVID-19 symptoms during that time.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
October 1
 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All arriving passengers including the overnighting crew are required to complete an electronic Public Health Locator form online prior traveling and present the received QR code upon entry. Electronic form is available at: https://www.spth.gob.es/
  • All passengers arriving by air or sea must undergo a temperature check, which must be below 37.5 degrees Celsius. Shipping companies can take passengers’ temperature before arriving at a Spanish port.
  • Any passengers who are suspected of carrying COVID-19 or another contagious disease will be subjected to another health assessment, which will include taking their temperature again and evaluating their clinical and epidemiological health. If an infectious disease is confirmed, the traveller will be taken to a medical centre.
  • Use of masks is mandatory for all users of air transport.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS
B2487/21

COVID-19: CREWS/PASSSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:

LAW 2/2021, OF 29 MARCH, ON URGENT PREVENTION, CONTAINMENT AND 
COORDINATION MEASURES TO DEAL WITH THE HEALTH CRISIS CAUSED BY 
COVID-19, ESTABLISHES THE MANDATORY USE OF MASKS FOR AIR TRANSPORT 
PASSENGERS (AGED SIX YEARS AND OVER) AND CREWS. 

THIS OBLIGATION WILL NOT BE REQUIRED FOR PEOPLE WHO PRESENT 
SOME TYPE OF ILLNESS OR RESPIRATORY DIFFICULTY THAT MAY BE 
AGGRAVATED BY THE USE OF THE MASK OR WHO, DUE TO THEIR SITUATION 
OF DISABILITY OR DEPENDENCE, DO NOT HAVE THE AUTONOMY TO REMOVE 
THEIR MASK, OR PRESENT BEHAVIOURAL ALTERATIONS THAT MAKE ITS USE 
UNFEASIBLE.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE 
(REFERENCE: BOE-A-2021-4908)
FROM: 31 MAR 2021  13:36   TO: PERM

B5105/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION:

AIRLINES (INCLUDING AIR TAXI COMPANIES) AND GENERAL AVIATION 
OPERATING AT SPANISH AIRPORTS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MANDATORY
GUIDELINES DESCRIBED IN RESOLUTION OF 21 JUNE 2021, OF THE 
SPANISH AVIATION SAFETY AND SECURITY AGENCY (AESA), UPDATING 
THE OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF AIRLINE 
PASSENGERS AND AVIATION PERSONNEL IN RELATION TO THE COVID-19
 PANDEMIC.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE 
(RESOLUTION REFERENCE: BOE-A-2021-10959))
FROM: 02 JUL 2021  22:00   TO: PERM

B5363/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:

IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR PUBLIC HEALTH 
RESOLUTION OF 4 JUNE 2021:

1. ALL PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR IN SPAIN (INCLUDING 
  INTERNATIONAL PASSENGERS IN TRANSIT WITH FINAL DESTINATION 
  IN ANOTHER COUNTRY) MUST FILL OUT A HEALTH CONTROL FORM PRIOR 
  TO TRAVEL THROUGH THE INTERNET SITE 'WWW.SPTH.GOB.ES' OR VIA 
  THE FREE APP 'SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SPTH'. ONCE THE FORM IS 
  COMPLETED, EACH PASSENGER WILL OBTAIN A QR CODE ASSOCIATED 
  TO THE TRIP, WICH MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE TRANSPORT COMPANY 
  BEFORE BOARDING AND UPON ARRIVAL IN SPAIN.

2. PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR IN SPAIN FROM A HIGH-RISK COUNTRY/
   AREA SHALL BE REQUIRED TO CERTIFY TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING 
   HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:
 I)FULL VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19. VACCINATION CERTIFICATES 
   ISSUED BY COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN SHALL 
   BE ACCEPTED FROM 14 DAYS AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAST DOSE.   
   VACCINES AUTHORISED BY THE EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY AND THOSE 
   THAT HAVE COMPLETED THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION'S EMERGENCY 
   USE PROCESS SHALL BE ACCEPTED.
 II)EVIDENCE OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULT. TYPES 
   OF TEST ACCEPTED ARE:
  -NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TESTS (RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA) TAKEN
   WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, OR 
  -RAPID ANTIGEN TESTS INCLUDED IN THE COMMON LIST PUBLISHED BY 
   THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (ON THE BASIS OF COUNCIL RECOMMENDATION
   2021/C 24/01) TAKEN WITHIN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL.
 III) RECOVERY FROM COVID-19. CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY COMPETENT
    AUTHORITY OR A MEDICAL SERVICE AT LEAST 11 DAYS AFTER THE 
    FIRST POSITIVE DIAGNOSTIC TEST (NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION 
    TEST) SHALL BE ACCEPTED. CERTIFICATE VALIDITY SHALL EXPIRE 
    AFTER 180 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SAMPLING.

CERTIFICATES MUST BE WRITTEN IN SPANISH, ENGLISH, FRENCH OR GERMAN 
(OTHERWISE, A TRANSLATION INTO SPANISH CARRIED OUT BY AN OFFICIAL 
BODY MUST BE SUBMITTED).

THE HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES/AREAS LIST CAN BE FOUND ON: 
'HTTPS://WWW.MSCBS.GOB.ES/' AND 'HTTPS://WWW.SPTH.GOB.ES'.
PASSENGERS IN POSSESSION OF A EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE IN 
ANY OF ITS THREE MODALITIES (VACCINATION, DIAGNOSTIC TEST OR 
RECOVERY) AND INCORPORATE IT INTO SPTH, WILL OBTAIN A QR CODE 
IDENTIFIED AS 'FAST CONTROL' THAT WILL LEAD TO A MUCH MORE AGILE 
HEALTH CONTROL UPON ARRIVAL.

3. COLLABORATION OF AIRLINES
 - TRAVEL AGENCIES/TOUR OPERATORS/AIRLINES SHALL INFORM PASSENGERS,  
   DURING THE TICKET SALES AND CHECK-IN PROCESSES, ABOUT THESE ENTRY
   REQUIREMENTS AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF NON-COMPLIANCE/FALSIFICATION.
   THEY WILL ALSO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY SUPPORT TO PASSENGERS WHO 
   NEED IT TO COMPLETE THE HEALTH CONTROL FORM VIA 'SPTH'.
- AIRLINES MUST GUARANTEE THAT ALL PASSENGERS BOUND FOR SPAIN ARE 
  IN POSSESSION (IN DIGITAL OR PAPER FORMAT) OF THE QR CODE 
  GENERATED VIA 'SPTH', AND SHALL DENY BOARDING TO THOSE WHO DO 
  NOT SUBMIT IT.
- PASSENGERS IN POSSESSION OF A QR CODE IDENTIFIED AS 'DOCUMENTAL
  CONTROL' WHO DO NOT PROVIDE A VACCINATION, DIAGNOSTIC TEST OR
  RECOVERY CERTIFICATE SHALL ALSO BE DENIED BOARDING.
- AIRLINES SHALL ONLY CHECK THE QR CODE/CERTIFICATE SUBMISSION 
  AND VERIFY IDENTITY OF PASSENGERS. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL 
  THEY HAVE ACCESS TO THE HEALTH INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE
  DOCUMENTS.

4. EXCEPTIONS
- FLIGHT CREWS TRAVELLING ON DUTY ARE EXEMPTED FROM COMPLYING WITH
  THESE REQUIREMENTS.
- FLIGHT CREWS ARRIVING IN SPAIN AS PASSENGERS ON A RETURN JOURNEY 
  TO THEIR OPERATIONAL BASE OR IN TRANSIT, ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE
  SUBMISSION OF CERTIFICATES AS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 2, IF DULY
  JUSTIFIED.
- PASSENGERS UNDER THE AGE OF 12 ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE SUBMISSION 
  OF CERTIFICATES AS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 2, BUT THEY MUST BE IN
  POSSESSION OF THE QR CODE OBTAINED AFTER COMPLETING THE HEALTH
  CONTROL FORM VIA 'SPTH'.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR PUBLIC HEALTH 
RESOLUTION OF 4 JUNE 2021 (SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE REFERENCE: 
BOE-A-2021-9352) AND WEBSITE 'WWW.SPTH.GOB.ES'.
FROM: 13 JUL 2021  22:00   TO: PERM

B5955/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:

PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR IN THE CANARY ISLANDS FROM OTHER 
REGIONS OF SPAIN SHALL COMPLY WITH THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS SET 
OUT IN REGIONAL ORDER OF 10-APR-2021 AND ITS AMENDMENTS/EXTENSIONS.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE CANARY ISLANDS OFFICIAL GAZETTE 
(REFERENCES: BOC-A-2021-074-1975 / BOC-A-2021-078-2060 / 
BOC-A-2021-094-2440 / BOC-A-2021-110-2782 / BOC-A-2021-143-3420 / 
BOC-A-2021-156-3657))
FROM: 02 AUG 2021  13:30   TO: 30 SEP 2021  22:00

B6599/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS

IN ACCORDANCE WITH MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS ORDER INT/657/2020, 
THIRD COUNTRY NATIONALS SHALL BE DENIED ENTRY INTO SPAIN FOR 
REASONS OF PUBLIC ORDER AND PUBLIC HEALTH, UNLESS BELONG TO ONE 
OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

 A)REGULAR RESIDENTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED 
   STATES, ANDORRA, MONACO, VATICAN (THE HOLY SEE) OR SAN MARINO, 
   ON THEIR WAY TO SUCH COUNTRY, WITH DOCUMENTARY PROOF.
 B)HOLDERS OF A LONG-TERM VISA ISSUED BY A MEMBER STATE OR 
   SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED STATE, ON THEIR WAY TO SUCH COUNTRY.
 C)HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS, INCLUDING HEALTH RESEARCHERS, AND 
   ELDERLY CARE PROFESSIONALS GOING TO OR RETURNING FROM EXERCISING 
   THEIR WORKING ACTIVITY.
 D)TRANSPORT PERSONNEL, SAILORS AND THE NECESSARY AERONAUTICAL 
   PERSONNEL TO CARRY OUT AIR TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES.
 E)DIPLOMATIC, CONSULAR, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION, MILITARY, 
   CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION PERSONNEL IN 
   THE EXERCISE OF THEIR DUTIES.
 F)STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR STUDIES IN THE MEMBER STATES OR 
   SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED STATES, HOLDING THE APPROPRIATE LONG-STAY
   PERMIT OR VISA, PROVIDED THAT THEY TRAVEL TO THE COUNTRY IN 
   WHICH THEY ARE STUDYING AND THAT THE ENTRY TAKES PLACE DURING 
   THE ACADEMIC YEAR OR WITHIN THE 15 DAYS PRIOR TO IT. IF THE
   DESTINATION IS SPAIN AND THE DURATION OF THE STAY IS UP TO 90 
   DAYS, EVIDENCE MUST BE PROVIDED THAT THE STUDIES ARE CARRIED 
   OUT AT AN APPROVED  EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, FOLLOWING A FULL-
   TIME, ON-SITE PROGRAMME, LEADING TO THE AWARD OF A CERTIFICATE/ 
   DEGREE.
 G)HIGHLY QUALIFIED WORKERS WHOSE LABOUR IS NECESSARY AND CANNOT 
   BE POSTPONED OR CARRIED OUT REMOTELY, INCLUDING PARTICIPANTS 
   IN HIGH-LEVEL SPORTS COMPETITIONS TAKING PLACE IN SPAIN. 
   THESE CIRCUMSTANCES MUST BE JUSTIFIED BY SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION.
 H)PEOPLE TRAVELING FOR DULY ACCREDITED IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS.
 I)PEOPLE WHO PROVIDE DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE OF FORCE MAJEURE REASONS 
   OR IN-NEED SITUATION, OR WHOSE ENTRY IS PERMITTED FOR HUMANITARIAN
   REASONS.
 J) LEGAL RESIDENTS IN: ALBANIA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AZERBAIJAN,
   BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BRUNEI, CANADA, JAPAN, JORDAN, NEW 
   ZEALAND, QATAR, REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, 
   SINGAPUR, SOUTH KOREA, UKRAINE, CHINA, TAIWAN AND SPECIAL
   ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS OF HONG KONG AND MACAO, PROVIDED THAT 
   THEY COME DIRECTLY FROM SUCH STATES/TERRITORIES, HAVE TRANSITED
   EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH OTHER LISTED COUNTRIES OR HAVE ONLY CARRIED 
   OUT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TRANSIT IN COUNTRIES NOT LISTED. FOR
   RESIDENTS IN CHINA, RECIPROCITY REMAINS TO BE VERIFIED.
 K)HOLDERS OF A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE RECOGNISED BY THE SPANISH
   MINISTRY OF HEALTH (SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION BY HEALTH AUTHORITIES)
   AND ACCOMPANYING MINORS. FOR RESIDENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM OF
   GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND COMING DIRECTLY FROM SUCH 
   COUNTRY, EVIDENCE OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULT,
   TAKEN WITHIN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, SHALL ALSO BE CONSIDERED
   VALID, ONLY NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TESTS (RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, 
   TMA) ARE ACCEPTED.

EVEN IF BELONGING TO ONE OF THE PREVIOUS CATEGORIES, ANY
THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONAL NOT MEETING THE COVID-19 HEALTH CONTROL
REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE SPANISH MINISTRY OF HEALTH, 
SHALL BE DENIED ENTRY INTO SPAIN FOR REASONS OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
FOR PERSONS ARRIVING BY AIR IN SPAIN (DIRECTLY OR WITH 
INTERMEDIATE STOPS) FROM ANY AIRPORT LOCATED IN THIRD COUNTRIES 
FOR WHICH QUARANTINE REQUIREMENT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED BY ORDER 
OF THE SPANISH MINISTRY OF HEALTH, ONLY THE EXEMPTIONS SET OUT 
IN LETTERS A), B), D), E) AND I) SHALL APPLY, EXCEPT FOR RESIDENTS 
IN SPAIN/ANDORRA OR FAMILY MEMBERS (SPOUSES OF SPANISH CITIZENS OR
PARTNERS WITH WHOM THEY MAINTAIN A REGISTERED ANALOGOUS CONJUGAL 
UNION, AND DEPENDENT ASCENDANTS/DESCENDANTS), PROVIDED THAT THEY 
ARE TRAVELLING WITH OR TO JOIN THEM.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE 
(ORDER INT/657/2020 MODIFIED BY ORDERS INT/734/2020, INT/805/2020, 
INT/851/2020, INT/913/2020, INT/1006/2020, INT/1119/2020, 
INT/1278/2020, INT/62/2021, INT/161/2021, INT/294/2021, 
INT/420/202, INT/448/2021, INT/484/2021, INT/519/2021, 
INT/552/2021, INT/647/21, INT/677/2021, INT/715/2021,
INT/790/2021, INT/910/2021 AND INT/916/2021)
FROM: 05 SEP 2021  22:00   TO: 30 SEP 2021  22:00

Croatia - Open with Restrictions - 09/13/2021

CROATIA

Date:        September 13th, 2021
Subject:    Latest Country Restrictions through October 1, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US Aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed for necessary travel including tourism with required documentation 
Quarantine: Exempted with a PCR test not older than 48 hours / vaccination certificate / recovery certificate 


BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All passengers arriving directly from a EU/EEA/Schengen member state, regardless of nationality, are allowed to enter if they possess one of the following requirements:
    • Valid EU Digital COVID certificate
    • Negative PCR test not older than 72 hours / rapid antigen test result not older than 48 hours 
    • Vaccine certificate of an EMA approved vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca, Gamaleya, Sinopharm, Janssen) not older than 270 days
    • Certificate of a first vaccine received in the period of 22 to 42 days (Pfizer, Moderna, Gamaleya) or 22 to 84 days (AstraZeneca) prior entry
    • Certificate of recovery from Covid-19 and received one dose of vaccine within 8 months from contacting the disease, provided that the vaccine was administered less than 270 days from arrival
    • Positive PCR or rapid antigen test results confirming recovery within previous 11-270 days. 
    • Or if PCR test or a rapid antigen test is performed immediately upon arrival in Croatia at own expense with the obligation to stay in self-isolation until the negative test result is received. If unable to get tested immediately upon arrival, self-isolation for 10 days is mandatory. 
  • Exempted from the above are the travelers under the following categories:
    • Workers performing essential tasks
    • Pupils, students, interns
    • Workers in the transport sector
    • Diplomats, staff of international organizations on duty, military personnel, police officers, humanitarian personnel on duty
    • Persons traveling for family or business reasons including journalists on duty. 
    • Passengers in transit with obligation to leave Croatia within 12 hours from entry
    • Patients traveling for health reasons
  • EU/EEA/Schengen citizens arriving from Third Countries are allowed to enter if they possess one of the following requirements:
    • Valid EU Digital COVID certificate
    • Negative PCR test not older than 72 hours / rapid antigen test result not older than 48 hours 
    • Vaccine certificate of an EMA approved vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca, Gamaleya, Sinopharm, Janssen) not older than 270 days, and a minimum of 14 days have passed since the second does (or one does for Janssen vaccine)
    • Certificate of a first vaccine received in the period of 22 to 42 days (Pfizer, Moderna, Gamaleya) or 22 to 84 days (AstraZeneca) prior entry
    • Certificate of recovery from Covid-19 and received one dose of vaccine within 8 months from contacting the disease, provided that the vaccine was administered less than 270 days from arrival
    • Positive PCR or rapid antigen test results confirming recovery within previous 11-270 days. 
    • Or if PCR test or a rapid antigen test is performed immediately upon arrival in Croatia at own expense with the obligation to stay in self-isolation until the negative test result is received. If unable to get tested immediately upon arrival, self-isolation for 10 days is mandatory. 
  • Exempted from the above are the travelers under the following categories:
    • Healthcare workers, health researchers and caregivers for the elderly
    • Frontier workers
    • Workers in the transport sector
    • Diplomats, staff of international organizations on duty, military personnel, police officers, humanitarian personnel on duty
    • Persons traveling for family or business/economic reasons and their stay in Croatia doesn’t exceed 12 hours
    • Passengers in transit with obligation to leave Croatia within 12 hours from entry
    • Persons traveling for study purposes
  • Third Country nationals arriving from outside EU/EEA/Schengen Countries are allowed to enter for essential travel only: 
    • healthcare workers, health researchers and caregivers for the elderly;
    • frontier workers;
    • workers in the transport sector;
    • diplomats, staff of international organizations and persons invited by international organizations and whose physical presence is necessary for the functioning of those organizations, military personnel and police officers, as well as humanitarian and civil protection personnel in the performance of their duties;
    • passengers in transit, with the obligation to leave the Republic of Croatia within 12 hours from entering;
    • persons travelling for study purposes;
    • seafarers who intend to stay in the Republic of Croatia for longer than 12 hours;
    • persons who travel for tourist reasons and have a certificate of paid accommodation in a hotel, camp, private renter or rented vessel and other form of tourist accommodation or are owners of houses or vessels in the Republic of Croatia;
    • persons traveling for necessary personal / family or business reasons, or who have other economic interest (if they intend to stay in the Republic of Croatia longer than 12 hours);
    • persons for whom a positive decision of the competent authority has been made, based on their application for residence / work, including digital nomads.
  • Travelers from the above categories 7-10 (incl. tourism) are allowed to enter if they can present one of the following documents: 
    • Negative PCR test not older than 72 hours / rapid antigen test result not older than 48 hours 
    • Vaccine certificate of an EMA approved vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca, Gamaleya, Sinopharm, Janssen) not older than 14-270 days, and a minimum of 14 days have passed since the second does (or one does for Janssen vaccine)
    • Certificate of recovery from Covid-19 and received one dose of vaccine within 8 months from contacting the disease, provided that the vaccine was administered less than 270 days from arrival
    • Positive PCR or rapid antigen test results confirming recovery within previous 11-270 days. 
    • Or if PCR test or a rapid antigen test is performed immediately upon arrival in Croatia at own expense with the obligation to stay in self-isolation until the negative test result is received. If unable to get tested immediately upon arrival, self-isolation for 10 days is mandatory. 
  • Passengers from the countries to which special measures apply must present the following:
    • a negative PCR test result not older than 48 hours and they have to stay in mandatory self-isolation for 14 days (South Africa, Tanzania, Brazil), or
    • a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours or a negative rapid antigen test result not older than 48 hours, regardless of their vaccination status and recovery (Great Britain, Cyprus, Russian Federation, India).This provision also refers to countries and/or regions of Schengen Member States and Schengen associated countries which are on the red or dark red list of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control if the Croatian Institute of Public Health listed them as countries to which special epidemiological measures apply.
  • More information is available at: 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Crews can stay overnight and are exempted from quarantine. 
  • No tests are required for crew.
  • Crew travelling as pax on commercial airline: 
    • if crew is arriving, they need Schengen visa to enter Croatia, company statement that they are flying out of Croatia including the plane registration, call sign and date of departure, crew ID's ready to show and GD for future flight. In this case, its required PCR test or Rapid Antigen Test not older than 48 hours, statement of vaccination or proof that have had COVID maximum 6 months ago
    • for Indian crews please see the Forms & Documents


QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Travel Restrictions for details. 
  • Forms and documents:
    • Instead of the test results a vaccination confirmation or the EU Covid pass can be presented.
    • All passengers, crew members and operating personnel arriving in the Republic of Croatia by aircraft must fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator form (saved in Files on in link). All PLF forms must be collected by the crew, checked and handed over to the ramp agent upon landing.  
      • This does not apply to nationals and residents of Croatia.
    • The passengers must fill https://entercroatia.mup.hr/ page formula for quicker passing of border control. 
      • This does not apply to nationals and residents of Croatia.
    • Any foreign citizen traveling from third countries who have business reasons, but do not have an invitation letter, must submit their plan and reason of visit of Croatia via this online form: https://entercroatia.mup.hr/
    • n case of traveling for tourist reasons, the passengers should provide either the: 
      • booking confirmation of accommodation, ship or camp
      • or the certificate of ownership of yacht or house/apartment
  • Airport Testing: 
    • LDSP/Split:  
      • It's possible to take a PCR and fast antigen test for Covid at LDSP.
      • No appointment needed
      • Working hours are MON-FRI 0800-1600, SAT 0700-1700, SUN 0800-1600 Local
      • Price for antigen test 200 HRK (250 HRK), results in 30 min.
      • Price for PCR test 400 HRK (450 HRK), Results in 24 hours except when test taken on SUN, then results in 36 hours.
      • Payment with cash or credit card.
    • LDZA/Zagreb: 
      • AntiGen Rapid Test from 0130 – 1550 UTC with results in 15 minutes
      • PCR from 0500 – 1222 UTC Monday-Friday with results in 36 hours

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • October 1

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Tech-stops for passport stamping are strictly forbidden
  • Customs stops are also not possible
  • Yacht or a vessel is not considered as a possible quarantine location
  • Third country operators (TCO) authorized to perform commercial air transport of passengers into Republic of Croatia must take operational measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus 'Sars-Cov-2' infection based on EASA safety directive.
  • Passports and national ID cards issued to nationals of Croatia which expired on 11 March 2020 or later are considered valid.

 

LATEST NOTAMS 
A3883/21
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES WILL BE 
EXEMPTED FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL WITHIN 
ZAGREB FIR. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROCEDURE FOR EXEMPTION FROM 
ATFM MEASURE/S AS PUBLISHED IN CROATIAN AIP ENR 1.9, AN EXEMPTION 
IS AUTOMATICALLY GRANTED WHEN THE OPERATOR USES STS/ATFMX IN ITEM 18 
OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. GIVEN THE CURRENT CONDITIONS THE OPERATOR SHALL 
USE STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE WHEN CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES.
THE CROATIAN CIVIL AVIATION AGENCY (NSA) RESERVES THE RIGHT TO 
REQUEST EVIDENCE IN ORDER TO DETERMINE THE JUSTIFICATION FOR THE 
USE OF ATFMX STATUS BY OPERATORS.
FROM: 30 JUL 2021  10:17   TO: 29 OCT 2021  23:59 EST

A4575/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
THIRD COUNTRY OPERATORS (TCO) AUTHORISED TO PERFORM
COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS INTO REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
MUST TAKE OPERATIONAL MEASURES TO PREVENT THE SPREAD
OF CORONAVIRUS 'SARS-COV-2' INFECTION BASED ON EASA
SAFETY DIRECTIVE (SD NR 2020-004).
FROM: 31 AUG 2021  12:39   TO: 30 SEP 2021  23:59 EST

A4576/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
ALL PASSENGERS ARRIVING IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA BY AIRCRAFT MUST
FILL IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM (PLF).
ALL PLF MUST BE COLLECTED BY THE CREW, CHECKED AND HANDED OVER TO
RAMP AGENT UPON LANDING.
FROM: 31 AUG 2021  12:40   TO: 30 SEP 2021  23:59 EST

A4577/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
ALL INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS ENTERING THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
CAN BE FOUND ON:
- OFFICIAL PAGES OF MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR:
HTTPS://MUP.GOV.HR/UZG-COVID/ENGLISH/286212
- IATA TRAVELCENTRE:
HTTPS://WWW.IATATRAVELCENTRE.COM/PASSPORT-VISA-HEALTH-TRAVEL-DOCUMENT
-REQUIREMENTS.HTM
- OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT WEBSITE FOR ACCURATE AND VERIFIED INFORMATION 
ON CORONAVIRUS: HTTPS://WWW.KORONAVIRUS.HR/EN
FROM: 31 AUG 2021  12:41   TO: 15 SEP 2021  23:59 EST

Cyprus - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

CYPRUS

 

Date:               November 08, 2021
Subject:           Country Restrictions through 08 December, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

US aircraft: Allowed to land

US passengers: Allowed to enter

Quarantine: Vaccinated passengers exempted / Non-vaccinated passengers exempted with a PCR not older than 72h

 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

Third Countries nationals traveling to Cyprus from a country not included in Green/Orange/Red categories are required to obtain a special permission. Applications must be submitted with enough of prior notice and shall be granted for essential travel reasons only:

  • First degree relatives of persons who reside legally in the Republic and/or are economically active in the Republic (spouse, children, parents) for family reunion purposes
  • Persons whose arrival in the Republic is necessary for the purpose of implementing public projects or for honouring other important professional commitments
  • Domestic Workers or Workers that have already been granted an approval for any other work in the Republic by the competent Ministry or Department - Learn more
  • Workers in Agriculture and Livestock field - Learn more
  • Athletes/ Referees/ Supporting personnel, participating in professional sport activities and for Athletic Reasons
  • Changes of aircraft crews in the case where they are travelling as passengers for replacement purposes
  • Seafarers for the purpose of crew change or repatriation

Exempted are:

  • Cypriot citizens and permanent residents, and their family members
  • EU/EEA citizens

Note: U.S. citizens who have been present in a “Green,” “Orange,” or “Red” country within 14 days prior to travel to Cyprus will face the same requirements as other travelers coming from those countries. 

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Entering this country with the EU Digital COVID certificate
  • Provisional information subject to further revision and confirmation from National Authorities
  • Cyprus is accepting "EU Digital COVID certificates" (EUDCC) since 1 July 2021.
  • The following certificates are accepted:
    • Vaccination certificate, which is valid from the day of the second dose of the vaccine (or 14 days after the single dose of the Janssen/Johnson&Johnson vaccine). 
  • The following vaccines are accepted: Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), Sputnik V, Sinopharm (BBIBP COVID-19) and Sinovac.
    • Proof of recovery from COVID-19, which is valid between 14 and 180 days from a positive result to a PCR test.
    • Proof of recovery from Covid-19 plus a single dose of an authorized vaccine (Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), Sputnik V, Sinopharm (BBIBP COVID-19 and Sinovac)).
    • A negative result to a PCR Covid test, with the sampling being carried out within 72 hours prior to departure.
  • It should be noted that, vaccination certificates issued by the competent authorities of the Member States of the European Union, the Member States of the European Economic Area (including Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein) and Switzerland, are only being accepted in digital form through the EU Digital Covid Certificate
  • Holders of a vaccination-based or recovery-based EUDCC will be exempt from any additional testing upon entering Cyprus, irrespective of the colour categorisation of their country of departure.
  • Holders of a test-based EUDCC will need to follow the measures based on the colour categorisation of their country of departure or of the country they have visited within the last 14 days before their travel (if it is categorised as a higher risk country).
  • Between 1 July and 15 August 2021, the use of EUDCC is not compulsory for travel from EU or Schengen Associated countries. Prior to travel, holders of a EUDCC need to fill out all required information on the Cyprus Flight Pass Platform.
  • Travellers may still be subject to random testing upon arrival and are still obliged to follow all destination protocols.
  • Entering this country without the EU Digital COVID certificate or with a certificate not compliant with national requirements
  • Cyprus is following a colour-coded system harmonised with evaluation standards set by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
  • Countries are categorized according to their epidemiological situation into "Green", "Orange" and "Red" categories, with the category "Green" having the most favourable epidemiological status. The categorisation of Countries is updated weekly by the Ministry of Health. The measures applicable depend on the colour code assigned to each country.
  • The following entry requirements apply:

Travel from countries classified as "GREEN"

  • Persons traveling from “GREEN” countries will not need to demonstrate a negative PCR test for COVID-19 when traveling to Cyprus; they only need to fill out the Cyprus Flight Pass and provide certain information and solemn declarations. 

Travel from countries NOT classified as "GREEN"

  •  Travellers arriving from countries NOT classified as "GREEN" can enter Cyprus without being subject to any isolation or test requirement in case they have been fully vaccinated. These passengers, regardless of their nationality, holding a valid vaccination certificate, will be able to travel from any country to the Republic of Cyprus without being subject to isolation or test requirement. A dedicated form must be filled in within 24 hours before the last departure flight to the Republic of Cyprus. Full information for vaccinated travellers is available at Cyprus Flight Pass.
  • Persons traveling from “ORANGE” countries are required to undergo a molecular test (PCR test) at a certified lab, with the sample taken during the last 72 hours prior to flight departure, and upload a certificate that demonstrates a negative PCR for COVID-19, on the Cyprus Flight Pass Platform. Children who arrive in Cyprus before their 12th birthday, are exempted from testing. All travelers need to fill out the Cyprus Flight Pass where they will be asked to provide certain information and solemn declarations.
  • The following persons will be allowed to be exempted from the provision to undergo a molecular test (PCR test) at a certified lab, with the sample taken during the last 72 hours prior to the flight departure, and they will be allowed to enter the Republic of Cyprus,and undergo a lab test (PCR test) at their own expense, upon entry to the Republic of Cyprus. However, they need to self-isolate until they get a negative result:
    • Cypriot citizens and members of their families (foreign spouses and children) or Legal residents of the Republic, who meet at least one of the following conditions:
      • a)havereceived at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine approved by the Republic of Cyprus.
      • b)cannotbe vaccinated for medical reasons, and are holders of a relevant medical certificate issued by the Cyprus Ministry of Health.
      • c)areminors between the ages of 12 and 15.
  • Persons traveling from “RED” countries are required to undergo a molecular test (PCR test) at a certified lab, with the sample taken during the last 72 hours prior to flight departure, and upload a certificate that demonstrates a negative PCR for COVID-19, on the Cyprus Flight Pass Platform. They will also need to pay for and undergo a molecular PCR test upon arrival to Cyprus, the cost of which is 15 Euros at Larnaca airport and 19 Euros at Paphos airport; results of the test will be available within 3 hours on the digital platform www.covid-testcyprus.com. Children, who arrive in Cyprus before their 12th birthday, are exempted from testing. All travelers need to fill out the Cyprus Flight Pass where they will be asked to provide certain information and solemn declarations.
  • The following categories from "RED" countries may opt to be tested only upon arrival in Cyprus (at their own expense), without the necessity to provide a pre-departure test:
    • Cypriot citizens and their family members (spouses, underage children and parents) who have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine approved by the Republic of Cyprus or cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, and are holders of a relevant medical certificate issued by the Cyprus Ministry of Health or they are minors between the ages of 12 and 15;
    • Persons legally residing in Cyprus;
    • Persons entitled to enter the Republic under the Vienna Convention;
  • These persons may choose to undergo one lab test, namely upon their arrival to Cyprus, but must then remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation for a minimum of 72 hours from the time of their arrival. After the 72 hour self-isolation, they must undergo a second PCR test for Covid-19, again at their own expense. They are released from self-isolation after a negative test result which must be submitted online to the CyprusFlightPass platform.

Travel from countries classified as "GREY"

  • Travel from "GREY" countries is allowed only for:
    • Cypriot citizens and their family members (spouses and children);
    • Persons legally residing in the Republic of Cyprus
    • EU citizens, citizens of the European Economic Area (including Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway) and Switzerland;
    • Persons allowed to enter the Republic of Cyprus in accordance with the Vienna Convention.
    • Citizens of third countries, provided they obtain prior special permission from the Republic of Cyprus, as defined under the Infectious Diseases Decree (N.2/2021 8.1.21), as amended. The application for a Special Permission must be submitted on the Cyprus Flight Pass Platform (https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/en/specialpermission).
  • Note: European Union citizens, citizens of European Economic Area (including Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway), citizens of Switzerland and citizens of third countries, must undergo a molecular test prior to departure, as stipulated above.
  • The other categories of passengers have the choice of either taking the test prior to their departure or taking it upon entry to the Republic of Cyprus, at their own expense.
  • Persons traveling from GREY countries are required to undergo a molecular test (PCR test) at a certified lab, with the sample taken during the last 72 hours prior to the flight departure, and upload a certificate that demonstrates a negative PCR for COVID-19, on the Cyprus Flight Pass Platform. In addition, they will remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation / quarantine for fourteen (14) days or a status of obligatory self-isolation / quarantine for seven (7) days, provided they undergo another PCR test for Covid-19 on the 7th day, at their own expense. The result of the lab test must be submitted online to the CyprusFlightPass platform. Children who arrive in Cyprus before their 12th birthday, are exempted from testing. All travelers need to fill out the Cyprus Flight Pass where they will be asked to provide certain information and solemn declarations.
  • It should be noted that the Republic of Cyprus still reserves the right to randomly test any arriving flight.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

N/A

Czech Republic - Open with Restrictions - 05/31/2021

CZECH REPUBLIC

Date:           May 31, 2021
Subject:      Latest Country Restrictions through June 15, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter for essential travel only (e.g. business)
Quarantine: Exempted from quarantine and PCR requirements for a stay less than 12 hours

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry into the Czech Republic is currently restricted to all foreign nationals. From January 30, traveling to the Czech Republic for other than essential reasons is banned. 
  • Essential travel is allowed under the following categories:
    • Traveling to work or for business purposes (incl. cross border workers)
    • Essential family reasons
    • Traveling to healthcare facilities
    • Foreign nationals whose entry is in the interest of the Czech Republic; proof is required
    • International transport workers; proof is required
    • Members of diplomatic missions and international organizations
    • Special urgent situations (medical, humanitarian etc. reasons); proof is required

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed
     

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Following quarantine & PCR test requirements apply:
  • Travelers arriving from Green (low risk) countries: 
    • No requirements
    • From May 21: AUSTRALIA, ICELAND, ISRAEL, SOUTH KOREA, NEW ZEALAND, SINGAPORE, THAILAND, VATICAN CITY
  • Travelers arriving from Orange (medium risk) countries:
    • Passenger Locator Form to be completed prior arrival
    • Antigen not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 72 hours prior departure
    • Vaccinated passengers are exempted from the test and self-isolation requirements but are required to fill out the passenger locator form. 
    • From May 21: FINLAND, IRELAND, MALTA, NORWAY, PORTUGAL (incl. Azores & Madeira), ROMANIA, Balearic Islands (ESP), Canary Islands (ESP) 
  • Travelers arriving from Red (high risk) countries:
    • Passenger Locator Form to be completed prior arrival
    • Antigen not older than 24 hours or PCR test not older than 72 hours prior departure
    • Follow up PCR test to be taken within 5 days after the arrival
    • Self-isolation until the negative test result is received
    • Vaccinated passengers are exempted from the test and self-isolation requirements but are required to fill out the passenger locator form. 
    • From May 21: ANDORRA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FRANCE, CROATIA, ITALY, LIECHTENSTEIN, LATVIA, LUXEMBOURG, HUNGARY, MONACO, NETHERLANDS, POLAND, AUSTRIA, SAN MARINO, GREECE, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, GERMANY, SPAIN, SWITZERLAND
  • Travelers arriving from Dark Red (very high risk) countries:
    • Passenger Locator Form to be completed prior arrival
    • PCR test not older than 72 hours
    • Follow up PCR test to be taken not earlier than 5 days after the arrival
    • Self-isolation until the negative test result is received.
    • From May 21: All other countries not listed in the other categories 
  • Travelers arriving from Grey (extreme risk) countries:
    • Passenger Locator Form to be completed prior arrival
    • PCR test not older than 72 hours
    • Follow up PCR test to be taken within 24 hours from arrival and second test not earlier than 10 days after the arrival
    • Self-isolation until the negative test result is received.
    • From May 21: BOTSWANA, BRAZIL, SWAZILAND, INDIA, SOUTH AFRICA, KENYA, COLOMBIA, LESOTHO, MALAWI, MOZAMBIQUE, PERU, TANZANIA, ZAMBIA, ZIMBABWE 
  • Exempted from the quarantine and PCR requirements are the persons traveling under following conditions:
    • Personnel in the international transport including air crew
    • Urgent travels for health, family, business and work reasons not exceeding 12 hours
    • Transit up to 12 hours through the Czech Republic
  • The latest country update is available on the government website: https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/coronavirus-information-of-moi.aspx

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • June 15, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS 
A0390/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION 
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF
COVID-19 VACCINES, AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH
VACCINES SHOULD ASK APPROVAL FROM CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY FOR
EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON
APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF
THE FLIGHT PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID-19 VACCINES
REGULARY MAY REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
AIP ENR 1.9.1.8.3.2
FROM: 30 APR 2021  11:56   TO: 31 JUL 2021  23:59 EST

Denmark - Open with Restrictions - 11/15/2021

DENMARK

Date:               November 15, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through December 1, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to enter
  • Vaccinated passengers:
    • No Restrictions 
  • Previously Infected
    • No Restrictions
    • Negative PCR that is between 14 days and 12 months old.
  • Non-Vaccinated
    • Negative PCR 24 hours of arrival into Denmark
    • 10 Days self isolation
    • Negative PCR on day 4 may shorten the isolation period.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • If you are previously infected
    • If you have documentation for a positive PCR-test taken more than 14 days but less than 12 months ago, you can enter Denmark without test or self-isolation.
    • Please note: If you within 10 days before entry into Denmark have been in a country, region or territories (transit excepted) with a potentially worrisome variation of COVID-19, you will have to test and self-isolate after entry. Currently there are no such countries, regions or territories.
  • If you are fully vaccinated
    • If you are fully vaccinated and resident in one of these countries, you can enter Denmark without test or self-isolation:
      • EU/Schengen: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands and the Vatican City.
      • COVID-19 risk-countries: Australia, Argentina, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Jordan, Kuwait, Namibia, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay.
      • COVID-19 risk-regions and -areas: Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
      • OECD-countries (non-EU): Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States.
    • If you are fully vaccinated and can prove this by a vaccination certificate recognised by EU’s Digital COVID Certificate, you can enter Denmark without test or self-isolation. The countries are (non-EU/Schengen): Albania, Armenia, Israel, Morocco, North Macedonia, Panama, Turkey, Ukraine and United Kingdom.
    • Full list of countries recognised by the EU digital covid certificate: https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/safe-covid-19-vaccines-europeans/eu-digital-covid-certificate_en#recognition-of-covid-certificates-from-third-non-eu-countries
    • Not able to find your country in the list above? If you are resident in a country not mentioned above, you must take a test within 24 hours after arrival in Denmark and self-isolate for 10 days, even though you are vaccinated. You may end the isolation with a negative PCR-test taken at least four days after your arrival.
  • If you are not vaccinated or previously infected
    • Test before or after entry: If you are not either fully vaccinated or previously infected you must take a test before entering Denmark or within 24 hours after arrival from these countries:
      • EU/Schengen: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands and the Vatican City.
    • Test after entry: If you are not vaccinated or previously infected you must take a test within 24 hours after entry from the following countries below. This also applies even though you have taken a test before entry.
      • COVID-19 risk-countries: Australia, Argentina, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Jordan, Kuwait, Namibia, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay.
      • COVID-19 risk-regions and -areas: Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
    • Test and self-isolate: If you arrive from any other country than listed above, and if you are not fully vaccinated or previously infected you must take a test within 24 hours of arrival and self-isolate for 10 days after arriving in Denmark, as the country you are traveling from is considered a COVID-19 high-risk country. You may end the isolation with a negative PCR-test taken at least four days after arrival.
  • Country categories
    • COVID-19 risk countries: Australia, Argentina, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Jordan, Kuwait, Namibia, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay.
    • COVID-19 risk regions and areas: Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
    • All other countries are considered by Denmark as COVID-19 high-risk countries. Please see section about high risk countries for rules for entry into Denmark from COVID-19 high risk countries.
  • Vaccination requirements
    • To be considered fully vaccinated, the following requirements apply:
      • The vaccine must be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
      • At least 2 weeks and no more than 12 months must have elapsed since you received your final vaccination dose.
      • Another approved vaccination process: receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine for the first jab and an mRNA vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech) for the second.
    • So far, the EMA has accepted the following vaccines against COVID-19:
      • Pfizer BioNTech (Comirnaty)
      • Johnson & Johnson – Janssen Pharmaceutical (COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen)
      • Moderna (COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna)
      • AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria, formerly COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca).
    • You must be able to present relevant documentation that you are fully vaccinated. If you possess the EU Digital COVID Certificate for vaccination, you may present this. If do not, you should check whether your vaccination certificate contains the following information:
      • Name
      • Date of birth
      • Name of the vaccine
      • Date of completion: dates of the 1st and 2nd jabs (for a vaccination process requiring 2 jabs)                 
  • FAQ – Testing and isolation requirements is available at: https://en.coronasmitte.dk/travel-rules/new-mandatory-testing-and-isolation-requirements

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

See Business Flight Restrictions.

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

December 1

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Operators of international flights are required to provide full passenger list information.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A3656/21

COVID-19:

OPERATOR REQUIREMENT FOR CREWS/PASSENGERS INFORMATION

OPERATORS ARE REQUIRED TO SEND A PASSENGER LIST

CONTAINING FLIGHT NUMBER, PASSENGER NAMES,

SEAT NUMBER AND TELEPHONE NUMBER TO,

STYRELSEN FOR PATIENTSIKKERHED, REJSEOPSPORING(AT)STPS.DK

NO LATER THAN THREE HOURS AFTER LANDING OR IF LANDING

AFTER 1900 LOCAL TIME NO LATER THAN 0800 LOCAL TIME

THE FOLLOWING DAY.

THE REQUIREMENT DOES NOT APPLY TO DOMESTIC FLIGHTS

NOR FLIGHTS FROM GREENLAND AND THE FAROE ISLANDS.

FORM TO BE FILED MAY BE FOUND VIA LINK:

HTTPS://EN.STPS.DK/EN/COVID-19/COVID-19-INFORMATION-TO-AIRLINES/

FROM: 25 OCT 2021  09:23   TO: 31 DEC 2021  22:59

Estonia

ESTONIA


Date:  April 01, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through April 28, 2021
CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS
 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry is allowed for:
    • Estonian citizens, residents and their family members.
    • Citizens and residents of EU/Schengen countries, United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican city including the persons with a long-stay visa and their family members.
    • Residents of Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.
    • Citizens of other Third Countries arriving in Estonia for work or studies; mandatory 10-day quarantine and 2 PCR tests are required.
  • Other Third Country nationals are allowed to enter for essential travel only:
    • employees at a foreign diplomatic representation or a consular office in Estonia, their family members, foreign nationals arriving to Estonia in the framework of international military cooperation,
    • persons who are directly involved with transporting goods or raw materials, including loading of goods or raw materials,
    • members of a foreign delegation arriving in Estonia for a work meeting at the invitation of a state authority or local government authority,
    • providers of healthcare or other services necessary for solving the emergency situation,
    • persons who are directly involved in the international carriage of goods or passengers, including crew members serving on an international means of transport and persons performing repairs, warranty, or maintenance services on a means of transport,
    • persons who provide services to groups of passengers and are directly involved in the provision of passenger transport services,
    • persons whose purpose of arrival in Estonia is to ensure the performance of an essential service,
    • persons whose arrival in Estonia is related to the maintenance, repair, warranty or information and communication technology of equipment of an enterprise operating in Estonia, where this is necessary to ensure the operation of the enterprise,
    • persons who are immediately passing through the territory of Estonia in order to reach their country of residence,
    • persons whose direct descendant or ascendant, relative or spouse is an Estonian national, holder of an Estonian residence permit or the right of residence,
    • foreign nationals who have received a special permit to enter the country from the Police and Border Guard Board. The application must be sent to [email protected] The application for permission to cross the border in exceptional circumstances can be found on the website of the Police and Border Guard Board. The purpose of the special application is to allow third-country nationals to apply for crossing the external borders, for the purpose of entering Estonia under special circumstances for family reasons, such as funeral, wedding, illness of a family member, an indispensable meeting with a family member. A foreigner allowed to enter Estonia on the basis of a special application is subject to a general restriction of freedom of movement and must not leave their permanent place of residence or stay within 10 days. The application for permission to cross the border in exceptional circumstances can be found on the website of the Police and Border Guard Board.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed
     

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All travelers are required to self-isolate for 10 days. Anyone who does not wish to self-isolate for 10 days after their arrival in Estonia can take a PCR test abroad no earlier than 72 hours before their arrival in Estonia. While in Estonia, a second test can be taken no earlier than on the sixth day after the first test. Self-isolation can be ended earlier if both tests are negative.
  • Exempted from the quarantine requirements are:
    • Persons having had the coronavirus within the past 6 months and declared recovered by a medical certificate
    • Persons having been vaccinated against COVID-19 within the past 6 months
    • Persons of diplomatic representations or consular offices
    • Persons directly involved in the transport of goods and raw materials, including in loading goods or raw materials
    • Persons providing medical services or other services essential for the resolution of the emergency
    • Persons directly involved in the international transport of goods and passengers, including the service staff or crew members of international means of transport and individuals conducting repairs, guarantee repairs or maintenance work on the means of transport
    • Persons providing services to tour groups and directly involved in providing passenger
      transport services
    • Persons arriving in Estonia for the purpose of ensuring the continuation of vital services
    • Persons arriving in Estonia for a company based in Estonia to perform equipment maintenance works or for repairs, guarantee repairs or ITC work if it is necessary for
      ensuring the continued operation of the company
    • Persons in transit
    • Persons with a special permit from the Police and Border Guard Board to enter the
      country
  • Third Country citizens arriving from Third Countries for work or study purposes must take a
    coronavirus test immediately after arrival and a second test no earlier than six days after the
    first test. Travelers must complete the full 10 days of self-isolation regardless of the test
    results.
    • Third Country citizens arriving from the EU safe listed countries (Australia, New Zealand,
      Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand) are exempted.
       

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • April 28

 
 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • The person arriving in Estonia can complete the electronic health declaration for crossing the border 24 hours prior arrival. By doing so, the crossing of the border will be faster, and no need to wait in order to fill in a paper declaration. The electronic passenger locator form is available at https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS
A0577/21

COVID-19: INFORMATION.
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES,
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK
APPROVAL FROM TALLINN FMP FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH
FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE
SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN.
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST
APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 26 MAR 2021 13:00 TO: 27 APR 2021 20:59 ES

Faroe Islands

FAROE ISLANDS

Date:  May 26, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through June 11, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Faroe Islands are a self-governing part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As such, when travelling to the Faroe Islands, you are entering the Kingdom of Denmark. Therefore, all travellers are strongly advised to check the official entry guidelines for Denmark before making plans to visit the Faroe Islands.
  • For travellers from yellow countries and orange EU/Schengen countries:
    • All travellers (vaccinated, previously infected and non-vaccinated) from yellow countries and orange EU/Schengen countries are allowed to enter the Faroe Islands without needing to quarantine. Check www.coronasmitte.dk for country classifications.
  • For travellers from red countries and orange countries (outside EU and Schengen):
    • Travellers from red countries and orange countries outside of the EU/Schengen region are only allowed to travel to the Faroe Islands if they have a worthy purpose. Check www.coronasmitte.dk for the definition of a worthy purpose.
    • Non vaccinated travellers from red countries and orange countries outside of the EU/Schengen region should self-isolate for 10 days after arrival in the Faroe Islands. You must isolate even if the test taken at arrival is negative. The isolation may end after a negative PCR test taken no earlier than on the fourth day after entry.
    • All vaccinated travellers from red countries and orange countries are allowed to enter the Faroe Islands without quarantine at entry. Check www.coronasmitte.dk for country classifications. All travellers should self-isolate until they have received the result of the test taken at the border.
  • For travellers from yellow countries:
    • All travellers (vaccinated and non-vaccinated) from yellow countries, for example, certain countries within the EU/Schengen region, are allowed to enter the Faroe Islands without quarantine at entry. Check www.coronasmitte.dk for country classifications.
  • For all travellers:
    • Travellers to the Faroe Islands are advised to test for COVID-19 three days before departure. This will reduce the risk of bringing the infection to the Faroe Islands.
    • All travellers to the Faroe Islands must test for COVID-19 at the border. This requirement also applies to vaccinated travellers, previously infected people and Faroese citizens and residents returning from abroad.
    • All travellers should self-isolate until they have received the result of the test taken at the border. The result is usually available on the day of arrival.
    • Testing again on the fourth day after arrival is strongly recommended (day of arrival counts as day 0).  
    • Visitors should take care in the days before their departure to the Faroe Islands. In particular, those travelling from countries with high infection rates.
    • All non-vaccinated visitors should be careful until a negative test on the fourth day after arrival. 
    • Non-vaccinated and never infected individuals should stay away from large gatherings where the infection can spread quickly. For example, large birthdays, parties, nightlife, church ceremonies, and large sports and music arrangements. This means, among other things, that tourists can visit restaurants in controlled circumstances.
    • Children under the age of 12 are offered an optional free test at the border.
    • Test capabilities are expanded. From 1 June it is possible to test for Covid-19 all seven days of the week.
    • All travellers should still adhere to all recommendations, such as cleanliness and social distancing, put forward by the government.
    • The Government is consistently monitoring developments and will revise these measures if and when necessary. All travellers must stay updated about the situation.
    • If you are travelling by plane, you will be tested upon arrival at Vágar Airport. If you are travelling with the ferry, tests are conducted either by the port of departure or on the ferry. Travellers pay for their Covid-19 test.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed; mandatory PCR test is required.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • June 11, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • NIL. No Covid-19 NOTAMS.

Finland - Open with Restrictions - 11/16/2021

FINLAND

Date:           November 16, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through December 15, 2021

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to enter
  • Crew is exempt from COVID requirements
  • Vaccinated Travelers (US) – Allowed for all travel reasons
  • Un-vaccinated travelers (US) – Essential travel Only
    • Negative PCR 72 hours prior to arrival
    • Follow up test 3-5 days later.

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • For travelers arriving from USA:
  • Crew is exempted from covid requirements. 
  • Covid testing is possible for example next to commercial terminal T1 entrance :
  • 1.   Entry into Finland for persons who have received a complete covid-19 vaccination series
    • Persons who have received a complete and valid vaccination series may be granted entry into Finland from any country, provided that at least 7 days have passed since the last vaccine dose has been received.  
    • Persons with a certificate of a complete and valid vaccination series may also enter Finland accompanied by a minor traveling in his or her traveling party. The health security measures concerning minors are determined according to the current health safety guidelines. Check the current health safety guidelines on THL webpage. 
  • 2.   Entry into Finland from EU and Schengen countries
    • The EU and Schengen countries include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. In addition, this section applies to Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican City State.
    • Travellers arriving in Finland from these countries are not bound by travel restrictions.
    • Please note that all persons arriving in Finland are still bound by the obligations stated in the Communicable Diseases Act. Make sure you read THL’s guidelines on their webpages regardless of which country or area you are travelling from: Travel and the coronavirus pandemic - Infectious diseases and vaccinations - THL
  • 3.   Entry into Finland from outside the EU and the Schengen area without a complete covid-19 vaccination series
    • This section applies to persons who have not received a complete covid-19 vaccination series and who arrive in Finland from countries or regions outside of the European Union and the Schengen area.
    • Below, two categories are presented: arrival in Finland from regions and countries for which cross-border traffic has returned to normal (3.1), and arrival in Finland from regions and countries for which restrictions are still valid (3.2). Begin by determining which category your travels belong to. 
    • Also note:
      • Citizens and permanent residents of EU and Schengen countries may also be granted entry into Finland without restrictions, provided that they have a certificate of having had the covid-19 virus less than 6 months prior to their arrival in Finland.
      • Those citizens and permanent residents of EU and Schengen countries who have the above mentioned certificate may also enter Finland accompanied by a minor traveling in his or her traveling party. The health security measures concerning minors are determined according to the current health safety guidelines. 
    • 3.1   Entry into Finland from regions and countries with normalized cross-border traffic
      • In accordance with the decision of the Finnish Government, cross-broder traffic from certain countries and regions has been normalized. These include: Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, Jordania, Kuwait, Macau, Namibia, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay.
      • Citizens and permanent residents in these regions and countries may travel to Finland without restrictions, provided that they travel to Finland directly from their country or region of residence by flight.
      • Please note that all persons arriving in Finland are still bound by the obligations stated in the Communicable Diseases Act. Make sure you read THL’s guidelines on their webpages regardless of which country or area you are travelling from: Travel and the coronavirus pandemic - Infectious diseases and vaccinations - THL
    • 3.2   Entry into Finland from countries and regions for which restrictions are still enforced
      • This section applies to entry in Finland for persons from all countries and regions not previously listed above, such as Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Turkey.
      • Persons who have received a complete vaccination series may  be granted entry into Finland from any country, provided that at least 7 days have passed since the last vaccine dose has been received. Check THL:s webpages for a list of covid-19 vaccines accepted in Finland, as well as what kind of vaccination certificate you need.
      • A person who has not received a complete covid-19 vaccination series must have one of the following reasons for entering Finland. The gravity of the reasons are always evaluated case by case during border controls carried out by the Finnish Border Guard.
        • Return to Finland
        • Finnish nationals and their family members
        • nationals of EU and Schengen countries residing in Finland and their family members
        • third-country nationals residing in Finland with a residence permit
        • UK citizens and their family members residing in Finland who the Withdrawal Agreement applies to
        • Return to or through other EU and Schengen countries
        • nationals of other EU and Schengen countries and their family members
        • third-country nationals residing another EU or Schengen country with a residence permit
        • UK citizens and their family members residing in Finland who the Withdrawal Agreement applies to
        • Essential reason
        • work that is significant for the functioning of society or supply security, the implementation of which requires the work performance of a person or persons coming from another country and the work cannot be delayed 
        • health care and rescue service personnel (including first aid) and elderly care professionals during assignments as well as authorative personnel performing essential work tasks
        • transport and logistics personnel during assignments
        • diplomats, staff of international organisations, military personnel and humanitarian aid workers in the exercise of their duties
        • state representatives participating in international negotiations and persons engaged in work for international NGOs
        • Persons travelling on a Finnish residence permit
        • persons in need of international protection or who are travelling for other humanitarian reasons
        • pressing family matters or other pressing personal reasons
        • other necessary and justified transport such as representatives of the foreign media; transit of scheduled air services at airports and the arrival of a family member of a Finnish citizen living abroad, the picking of natural products based on the invitation from a company that is committed to a letter of intent, property, residence or secondary residence in Finland.
      • Special groups (such as representatives of culture, sports and business life)
        • see below the interpretation guidelines for clarification
  • When you arrive in Finland from a country other than one with a low risk of COVID-19 and you have a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination course and the last vaccination dose was given at least 7 days ago, or a certificate of a laboratory confirmed coronavirus disease that has been diagnosed within 6 months, you do not need to participate in coronavirus tests when entering the country.
  • Vaccine series accepted in Finland
  • A passenger who has proof of having had COVID-19 and of having received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine will be equated with a person who has received a full series of COVID-19 vaccinations. 
  • EU Digital COVID Certificate now available for people who have had COVID-19 and received one vaccine dose
  • When you arrive in Finland from a country other than one with a low risk of COVID-19 and you have a certificate of a negative result in a coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours before the arrival in Finland OR of the first dose of a coronavirus vaccination course obtained at least 14 days before arrival, you must participate in a coronavirus test within 3 to 5 days, i.e., no earlier than 72 hours and no later than 120 hours after arriving in Finland.
  • When you come to Finland from a country other than one with a low risk of COVID-19 and you do not have any of the above certificates, you must participate in a coronavirus test both at the point of entry and within 3 to 5 days after arriving in Finland. 
  • When you come to Finland from a country other than one with a low risk of COVID-19 and you have participated in a coronavirus test at the point of entry, you must participate in another test within 3 to 5 days after arriving in Finland.
  • If the coronavirus test cannot be arranged at the point of entry, you must apply for the test both within 24 hours and within 72 to 120 hours (3 to 5 days) after entering the country. 
  • Please note that all coronavirus tests carried out when entering Finland are obligatory in accordance with the temporary rules of the Communicable Diseases Act. Even if you do not receive a separate invitation, you must take them. The tests are free of charge. If you refuse to take a mandatory COVID-19 test and you are of age, you may be fined.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed 

 
QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 01 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS 

A3224/21
COVID-19:
EXEMPTIONS FM ATFM MEASURES FOR FLIGHTS CARRYING COVID-19 VACCINES. 
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK 
APPROVAL FROM FINNISH TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY FOR 
EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON 
APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF 
THE FLIGHT PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES 
REGULARLY MAY REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED
FROM: 27 AUG 2021  03:56   TO: 30 NOV 2021  23:59

A3233/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS FOR ENTRY AND BORDER CONTROL. 
FOR DETAILS, SEE WWW.RAJA.FI/EN. ACCORDING TO TEMPORARY AMENDMENTS 
TO THE COMMINICABLE DISEASES ACT, PERSONS ARRIVING FROM RISK 
COUNTRIES MUST PRESENT ON DEMAND CERTIFICATES RELATED TO COVID-19 
DISEASE AND/OR TAKE A COMPOLSORY CORONAVIRUS TEST. FOR HEALTH 
SECURITY MEASURES SEE THL.FI/MATKUSTAJAOHJE. PASSENGERS ARE 
RECOMMENDED TO LOG IN TO THE FINENTRY WEB SERVICE BEFORE ARRIVING IN 
FINLAND WWW.FINENTRY.FI/EN/
FROM: 27 AUG 2021  08:08   TO: 26 NOV 2021  23:59

France - Open with Restrictions - 12/01/2021

FRANCE

 

Date:               December 1, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through December 16, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

US aircraft: Allowed to enter

Passengers from USA:

  • Fully vaccinated: Allowed to enter for all travel reasons. Vaccination Certificate required. No quarantine.
  • Un-vaccinated: Allowed to enter for essential travel only. PCR 72h / Antigen 48h required + 7 days self-isolation + follow up test.

Public Health Passenger Locator form

Sworn Undertaking to comply with rules for entry from Green List countries

Sworn undertaking to comply with rules for entry from Orange (Amber) list countries

Certificate of Travel to Metropolitan France from an Orange (Amber) List Country

 Certificate of Travel to Metropolitan France from a Red List Country

Certificate of Travel from Metropolitan France to an Orange (Amber) List Country

Certificate of Travel from Metropolitan France to a Red List Country
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

DIRECT FLIGHTS, EXCEPT FERRY FLIGHTS, FROM SOUTH AFRICA, BOTSWANA, ESWATINI, LESOTHO, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, ZIMBABWE TO FRANCE WITH A TAKE-OFF BEFORE DECEMBER 4 2021 AT 00:00 AM (TIME UTC + 1) ARE FORBIDDEN.

PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM ONE OF THE ABOVE COUNTRIES BY CONNECTING FLIGHTS, SELF-CONNECTED OR NOT, SHALL DELIVER TO THE AIR CARRIER, AT THE LAST BOARDING POINT BEFORE ARRIVAL IN FRENCH TERRITORY, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT :

  • THEY ACCEPT TO UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT,
  • THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT THE QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE THAT WILL BE DECIDE ON ARRIVAL IN A DESIGNATED PLACE AND TO PERFORM A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGIC SCREENING AT THE END OF THIS PERIOD.

 

Country classification:

  • Green countries:
    • EU MEMBER STATES
    • ANDORRA, ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, CANADA, COMOROS, HONG-KONG, ICELAND, JAPAN, JORDANIA, KUWAIT, LEBANON, LIECHTENSTEIN, MONACO, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, QATAR, RWANDA, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SENEGAL, SOUTH KOREA, SWITZERLAND, TAIWAN, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, URUGUAY, VANUATU and VATICAN
  • Orange countries:
    • All countries not present in green or red categories (includes USA)
  • Red countries:
    • AFGHANISTAN, BELARUS, BOTSWANA, BRAZIL, COSTA RICA, CUBA, ESWATINI, GEORGIA, LESOTHO, MOLDAVIA, MONTENEGRO, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, PAKISTAN, RUSSIA, SERBIA, SOUTH AFRICA, SURINAM, TURKEY, UKRAINE and ZIMBABWE.

 

Fully vaccinated passengers:

  • Vaccinated passengers arriving from Green countries can enter for any travel reason:
    • Vaccination certificate
    • Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Form ‘Sworn Undertaking to comply with rules for entry from Green List countries’
    • No quarantine
  • Vaccinated passengers from Orange countries are allowed to enter for any travel reason:
    • Vaccination certificate
    • Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Form ‘Sworn undertaking to comply with rules for entry from Orange (Amber) list countries’
    • No Quarantine
  • Vaccinated passengers from Red countries are allowed to travel to France for any reason:
    • Vaccination certificate
    • Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Form ‘Sworn Undertaking to comply with Rules for Entry from Red List Countries’
    • No quarantine

 

Un-vaccinated passengers:

  • Un-vaccinated passengers from Green countries can enter for any travel reason (unless if they have stayed in a red list country within the last 14 days prior entry, then red list rules apply):
    • Negative COVID test OR Recovery certificate
      • Negative test: Self-test or PCR or Antigen test not older than 72 h
      • Passengers from AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, CROATIA, CZECH REPUBLIC, ESTONIA, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA and THE NETHERLANDS: Test not older than 24 hours prior boarding
      • Recovery certificate: positive test done from 11 days to 6 months prior the flight.
    • Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Sworn Undertaking to comply with rules for entry from Green List countries
    • No quarantine
  • Un-vaccinated passengers from Orange countries are allowed to enter for compelling reasons only:
    • Form ‘Certificate of Travel to Metropolitan France from an Orange (Amber) List Country’
    • Supporting document proving the compelling travel reason
    • Negative COVID test
      • PCR 72h or Antigen 48h prior departure
      • Passengers from UNITED KINGDOM: Test not older than 24 hours prior boarding
    • Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Form ‘Sworn undertaking to comply with rules for entry from Orange (Amber) list countries’
    • Self-isolation 7 days with form ‘Honour Commitment of Self-Isolation’
    • Follow up test at the end of self-isolation
  • Un-vaccinated passengers from Red countries are allowed to enter for a compelling reason only:
    • Form ‘Certificate of Travel to Metropolitan France from a Red List Country’
    • Supporting document proving the compelling travel reason
    • Supporting document proving the address of residence/accommodation in France
    • Negative PCR 48h prior boarding.
    • Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Form ‘Sworn Undertaking to comply with Rules for Entry from Red List Countries’
    • Antigenic test will be performed upon arrival
    • Compulsory quarantine for 10 days at the address given to the authorities  (compliance controlled)
    • Follow up test at the end of 10 days

 

Vaccine Information:

  • The 4 accepted vaccines are: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield, Janssen/Johnson & Johnson.
  • Passengers aged 12 or older are considered as fully vaccinated:
    • 7 days after the second injection of Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca.
    • 28 days after the single injection of Johnson & Johnson (Janssen).
    • Passengers having been infected by the covid: 7 days after a single injection of any of those 4 vaccines.
    • Persons fully vaccinated with another vaccine recognized by the WHO are considered as fully vaccinated in France 7 days after an additional single injection or an ARN vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna)
  • Non-vaccinated minors (-18yo) can follow the same entry requirements when accompanying fully vaccinated passengers.

 

  • Crew exempted:  Restrictions for travel, covid restrictions or self-isolation do not apply to crew members, except for French the domestic flights.
  • Domestic flights in France:  From August 30, following applies to all domestic flights within France, crew members included.
    • Vaccinated passengers & crew have no restrictions on travel reasons but must provide the following documents:
      • 1. Vaccination certificate
      • 2. Public Health Passenger Locator form
    • Non-vaccinated passengers & crew have no restrictions on travel reasons but must provide the following documents:
      • Negative self-test or PCR or antigen test not older than 72 hours before departure OR Recovery certificate (positive test done from 11 days to 6 months prior the flight).
      • Public Health Passenger Locator form

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

See Business Flight Restrictions.

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

December 16

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Until further notice: COVID Health Pass will be required to enter restaurants, hotels, cinemas and shopping centers in France. The Health Pass can consist of proof of full vaccination with one of the EU-approved vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen) or of a negative PCR or Antigen test dating less than 72hrs. Individuals not able to provide a Health Pass will be denied access to the venues requiring them. This includes being denied access to pre-booked accommodation.
  • Vaccinated non-EU citizens can apply for a COVID Health Pass (Green Pass) through the following link: https://www.demarches-simplifiees.fr/commencer/passe-sanitaire-etrangers?locale=en
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

F1721/21

COVID-19: HEALTH MEASURES

I - THE FOLLOWING HEALTH MEASURES APPLY TO AIR TRANSPORT IN

ACCORDANCE WITH DECREE 2021-699 DATED 1TH JUNE 2021 MODIFIED.

II - THE AIR CARRIER MAY REQUIRE PASSENGERS TO UNDERGO A TEMPERATURE

CHECK BEFORE BOARDING. IT MAY DENY BOARDING TO PASSENGERS WHO REFUSE

SCREENING.

III - THE AIR CARRIER DENIES BOARDING TO ANY PERSON AGED ELEVEN

YEARS OR OLDER WHO DOES NOT WEAR A SURGICAL MASK. THIS REQUIREMENT

SHALL NOT PREVENT THE PASSENGER FROM BEING ASKED TO WITHDRAW IT FOR

THE PURPOSE OF IDENTITY CHECK.

IV - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ENSURE, TO THE EXTENT PRACTICABLE,

PHYSICAL DISTANCING ON BOARD OF EACH AIRCRAFT TO AVOID PASSENGERS

SEATING NEXT TO EACH OTHER WHENEVER POSSIBLE.

V - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL INFORM THE PASSENGERS ON BOARD, IN

PARTICULAR BY MEANS OF SOUND ANNOUNCEMENTS, ABOUT HYGIENE AND SOCIAL

DISTANCING MEASURES KNOWN AS 'BARRIER MEASURES', AND ABOUT HEALTH

MEASURES PUT IN PLACE ON ARRIVAL.

VI - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ENSURE THE DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION OF

LOCATOR FORMS (SEE ICAO ANNEX 9, APPENDIX 13, AND THE ORDER OF 9

JULY 2014 RELATING TO THE PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM) AND VERIFY THAY

THEY ARE FILLED IN BY EVERY PASSENGER BEFORE DISEMBARKING.

VII - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ALLOW ACCESS TO A WATER AND SOAP POINT

OR TO HYDRO-ALCOHOLIC GEL FOR PASSENGERS.

VIII - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL INFORM ITS PASSENGERS OF THE PROVISIONS

REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPHS II TO IV AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BEFORE THE

FLIGHT.

FROM: 28 OCT 2021  14:07   TO: 31 DEC 2021  23:59

 

F1897/21

COVID-19: FLIGHT BANS

I - DIRECT FLIGHTS, EXCEPT FERRY FLIGHTS, FROM SOUTH AFRICA,

BOTSWANA, ESWATINI, LESOTHO, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, ZIMBABWE TO FRANCE

WITH A TAKE-OFF BEFORE DECEMBER 4 2021 AT 00:00 AM (TIME UTC + 1)

ARE FORBIDDEN.

II - PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM ONE OF THE COUNTRIES MENTIONED IN

PARAGRAPH I BY CONNECTING FLIGHTS, SELF-CONNECTED OR NOT, SHALL

DELIVER TO THE AIR CARRIER, AT THE LAST BOARDING POINT BEFORE

ARRIVAL IN FRENCH TERRITORY, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT :

- THEY ACCEPT TO UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO DETECT

SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT,

- THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT THE QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE THAT

WILL BE DECIDE ON ARRIVAL IN A DESIGNATED PLACE AND TO PERFORM A

BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGIC SCREENING AT THE END OF THIS

PERIOD.

THE AIR CARRIER IDENTIFIES THE PASSENGER TO THE AUTHORITIES OF THE

DESTINATION AIRPORT IN FRANCE.

PASSENGERS IN SELF-ORGANIZED CONNECTING FLIGHTS ARE IDENTIFIED BY

AIR CARRIERS ON THE BASIS OF THE PLACE OF ISSUANCE OF THE HEALTH

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR BOARDING.

III - THE AIR CARRIER SHALL ENSURE THE DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION

OF LOCATOR FORMS (SEE ICAO ANNEX 9, APPENDIX 13, AND THE ORDER OF 9

JULY 2014 RELATING TO THE PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM) AND VERIFY THAT

THEY ARE FILLED IN BY EVERY PASSENGER BEFORE DISEMBARKING.

FROM: 01 DEC 2021  08:45   TO: 04 DEC 2021  00:00

 

F1898/21

COVID-19: PASSENGERS RESTRICTIONS

I - FRANCE MAINTAINS CONTROLS AT ITS BORDERS AND RESTRICTS TRAVEL,

IN ACCORDANCE WITH DECREE 2021-699 DATED 1 JUNE 2021 MODIFIED, ORDER

DATED 7 JUNE 2021 MODIFIED IDENTIFYING AREAS OF SARS-COV-2

CIRCULATION, AND THE PRIME MINISTER INSTRUCTION NR6310/SG DATED 8

NOVEMBER 2021.

II - DEFINITIONS

1 FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS, ARE DESIGNATED

AS:

- GREEN: MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, ANDORRA, SAUDI ARABIA,

ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHREIN, CANADA, COMOROS, HONG KONG, ICELAND,

JAPAN, JORDANIA, KUWAIT, LIBANON, LIECHSTENSTEIN, MONACO, NEW

ZEALAND, NORWAY, QATAR, RWANDA, SAN MARINO, SENEGAL, SOUTH KOREA,

SWITZERLAND, TAIWAN, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, URUGUAY, VANUATU AND

VATICAN,

- RED: AFGHANISTAN, BELARUS, BOTSWANA, BRAZIL, COSTA RICA, CUBA,

ESWATINI, GEORGIA, LESOTHO, MAURITIUS ISLAND, MOLDOVA, MONTENEGRO,

MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, PAKISTAN, RUSSIA, SERBIA, SOUTH AFRICA,

SURINAM, TURKEY, UKRAINE, AND ZIMBABWE,

- ORANGE: COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOT DESIGNATED AS GREEN OR RED

COUNTRIES.

2 FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:

A COMPLETE VACCINATION IS ACQUIRED

A) FOR VACCINES AGAINST COVID-19 WHICH HAVE RECEIVED A MARKETING

AUTHORIZATION BY THE EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY OR WHOSE COMPOSITION

AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS ARE RECOGNIZED AS SIMILAR TO THE

AUTHORIZED VACCINES BY THE NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE SAFETY OF

MEDICINES AND HEALTH PRODUCTS, AFTER A PERIOD OF:

- FOR THE 'COVID-19 VACCINE JANSSEN' VACCINE, 28 DAYS AFTER THE

ADMINISTRATION OF A DOSE,

- FOR OTHER VACCINES, 7 DAYS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF A SECOND

DOSE, EXCEPT FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN INFECTED WITH COVID-19, FOR

WHICH THIS PERIOD RUNS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FIRST DOSE.

B) FOR VACCINES WHOSE USE HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED BY THE WORLD HEALTH

ORGANIZATION AND WHICH DO NOT HAVE THE AUTHORIZATION OR RECOGNITION

MENTIONED IN A), PROVIDED THAT ALL REQUIRED DOSES HAVE BEEN

RECEIVED, 7 DAYS AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF A SUPPLEMENTARY DOSE OF A

MESSENGER RIBONUCLEIC ACID (RNA) VACCINE WITH SUCH AUTHORIZATION OR

RECOGNITION.

REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS PRESENTING A PROOF OF A

COMPLETE VACCINATION SHALL ALSO APPLY TO MINOR PASSENGERS

ACCOMPANYING ONE OR MORE MAJOR PASSENGERS PRESENTING SUCH PROOF.

A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY CORRESPONDS TO THE PRESENTATION OF THE

RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A

TEST CARRIED OUT MORE THAN 11 DAYS AND LESS THAN SIX MONTHS BEFORE

THE FLIGHT, WHICH CONCLUDES TO A COVID -19 CONTAMINATION.

III - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO HEXAGONAL FLIGHTS :

1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS AND TWO MONTHS OR OLDER TRAVELING WITHIN

THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY BY PUBLIC AIR TRANSPORT SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR

TO BOARDING A VALID HEALTH PASS.

2 THESE PROVISIONS APPLY TO CREW MEMBERS OPERATING THESE FLIGHTS.

IV - TRAVEL TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY

1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM

A GREEN COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING:

- A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION,

OR

- THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR

A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF

SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH

DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, EXCEPT FOR PASSENGERS

TRAVELING FROM GERMANY, AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, CROATIA,

DENMARK, ESTONIA, GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN,

LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, THE NETHERLANDS, POLAND, CZECH REPUBLIC,

ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA AND SWITZERLAND FOR WHICH THE DELAY IS

REDUCED TO 24 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT,

OR

- A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY.

2 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A GREEN COUNTRY

SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT

THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO

KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE

WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

V - TRAVEL BETWEEN METROPOLITAN FRANCE AND AN ORANGE COUNTRY

1 PASSENGERS AGED OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A COMPLETE

VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY

OR TO AN ORANGE COUNTRY FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE SHALL ONLY BE

AUTHORISED TO TRAVEL FOR THE REASONS LISTED IN THE APPLICABLE

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET

(MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON

TO TRAVEL SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE AIR CARRIER PRIOR TO BOARDING.

2 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A

COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE

COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL

EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS

BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19

CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING THE

DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48

HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19

CONTAMINATION. FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM THIS

DELAY IS REDUCED TO 24 HOURS.

3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM AN ORANGE COUNTRY

SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT

THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO

KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE

WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A

COMPLETE VACCINATION, THE SWORN STATEMENT SHALL ALSO INDICATE:

- THAT THEY ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR

EXAMINATION TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT,

- THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND TO

CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD.

VI - TRAVEL BETWEEN METROPOLITAN FRANCE AND A RED COUNTRY

1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF

COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED

COUNTRY OR TO A RED COUNTRY FROM METROPOLITAN FRANCE SHALL ONLY BE

AUTHORISED TO TRAVEL FOR THE REASONS LISTED IN THE APPLICABLE

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET

(MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON

TO TRAVEL SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE AIR CARRIER PRIOR TO BOARDING.

2 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF

COMPLETE VACCINATION TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED

COUNTRY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL

EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST ENABLING

THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN

48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19

CONTAMINATION.

THESE PROVISIONS ALSO APPLY FOR PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM A RED

COUNTRY BY CONNECTING FLIGHTS, SELF-CONNECTED OR NOT. FOR ANY DIRECT

FLIGHT TO THE FRENCH TERRITORY, THE AIR CARRIER CHECKS FOR THIS

PURPOSE, AT THE LAST BOARDING POINT BEFORE ARRIVAL IN FRENCH

TERRITORY, IF THE PASSENGER IS IN POSSESSION OF:

- A RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL VIROLOGICAL SCREENING CARRIED OUT IN A

RED COUNTRY, OR

- AN EXEMPTION ISSUED BY THE FRENCH EMBASSY OR THE FRENCH CONSULATES

GENERAL LOCATED IN A RED COUNTRY.

IF THIS IS THE CASE, THE AIR CARRIER:

- ENSURES THAT THE PASSENGER IS IN POSSESSION OF THE DOCUMENTS

REQUIRED BY FOR TRAVEL FROM A RED COUNTRY,

- SIGNALS THE PASSENGER TO THE AUTHORITIES OF THE DESTINATION

AIRPORT IN FRANCE.

3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE FROM A RED COUNTRY

SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT

THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO

KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE

WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER THAT CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A

COMPLETE VACCINATION, THE SWORN STATEMENT SHALL ALSO INDICATE:

- THEY ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION

TO DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT,

- THAT THEY COMMIT TO RESPECT A 10 DAYS QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION

MEASURE NOTIFIED AT THEIR ARRIVAL, PRESENTING THE SUPPORTING

DOCUMENTS TO THE AIR CARRIER.

VII - A QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE SHALL BE PRESCRIBED UPON

ARRIVAL IN FRANCE FOR PERSONS SHOWING SYMPTOMS OF A COVID-19

INFECTION.

VIII - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO CORSICA:

1 PASSENGERS AGED 12 OR OLDER TRAVELING BETWEEN CORSICA AND THE

HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING:

- A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION,

OR

- THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING

CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT

CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL

TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED

OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO

A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION,

OR

- A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY.

2 THESE PROVISIONS APPLY TO CREW MEMBERS OPERATING THESE FLIGHTS.

3 PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO CORSICA FROM THE HEXAGONAL TERRITORY SHALL

PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING THAT THEY

DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID-19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE

OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE WITHIN 14

DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

IX - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO OVERSEAS:

1 PASSENGERS TRAVELING BETWEEN OVERSEAS AND THE REST OF THE NATIONAL

TERRITORY PRESENT, PRIORI TO BOARDING, A SWORN STATEMENT INDICATING

THAT THEY DO NOT SHOW ANY SYMPTOM OF COVID 19 AND THAT THEY HAVE NO

KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED COVID 19 CASE

WITHIN 14 DAYS BEFORE THE FLIGHT.

2 ANY PASSENGER :

- TRAVELING TO WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE

NATIONAL TERRITORY,

- TRAVELING FROM NEW CALEDONIA OR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS TO THE

REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A

COMPLETE VACCINATION,

- TRAVELING BETWEEN GUADELOUPE, FRENCH POLYNESIA, GUYANA, REUNION,

MARTINIQUE, MAYOTTE, SAINT-BARTHELEMY OR SAINT-MARTIN AND THE REST

OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A PROOF OF A

COMPLETE VACCINATION,

SHALL ONLY BE AUTHORISED TO BOARD FOR AN IMPERIOUS PERSONAL OR

FAMILY REASON, AN EMERGENCY HEALTH REASON OR A PROFESSIONAL REASON

THAT CANNOT BE DEFERRED. THE LIST OF ACCEPTABLE REASONS FOR TRAVEL

ARE GIVEN IN A DEROGATORY TRAVEL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET

(MINISTRY OF INTERIOR WEBSITE). SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR THE REASON

TO TRAVEL ARE REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO BOARD.

3 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELING TO OVERSEAS FROM

METROPOLITAN FRANCE WHO CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION

SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL

EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR OF A TEST ENABLING THE

DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 24

HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19

CONTAMINATION.

PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELING TO OVERSEAS FROM

METROPOLITAN FRANCE WHO CAN PROVIDE A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION

SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING :

- THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING

CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT

CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR

- THE RESULT OF A TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF

SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH

DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION.

PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELING TO METROPOLITAN FRANCE

FROM OVERSEAS, EXCEPT REUNION AND MAYOTTE, WHO CANNOT PROVIDE A

PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO BOARDING :

- THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING

CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT

CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR

- THE RESULT OF A TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF

SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH

DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION.

PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELING FROM REUNION OR MAYOTTE

TO THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT, PRIOR TO

BOARDING, THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL

SCREENING OR OF A TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF

SARS-COV-2 CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH

DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION.

4 ALL PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA

FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY, SHALL PRESENT IN ORDER TO

BE AUTHORISED TO BOARD EXCEPT FOR PASSENGERS AGED 12 TO 17 YEARS OLD

AND PASSENGERS WITH A RECOGNIZED MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATION FOR

VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19.

5 PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER :

- TRAVELING BETWEEN GUADELOUPE, GUYANA, MARTINIQUE,

SAINT-BARTHELEMY, SAINT-MARTIN, REUNION OR MAYOTTE AND THE REST OF

THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE

VACCINATION,

- TRAVELING FROM NEW CALEDONIA, WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS OR FRENCH

POLYNESIA TO THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT

PROVIDE PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION,

- TRAVELING TO NEW CALEDONIA FROM THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY,

SHALL COMMIT:

- TO ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO

DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT,

- TO RESPECT A 7 DAYS ISOLATION UPON ARRIVAL AND TO CONDUCT A

BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS ISOLATION PERIOD.

PASSENGERS AGED 12 YEARS OR OLDER:

- TRAVELING TO WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS FROM THE REST OF THE

NATIONAL TERRITORY,

- TRAVELING TO FRENCH POLYNESIA OR SAINT-PIERRE AND MIQUELON FROM

THE REST OF THE NATIONAL TERRITORY AND WHO CANNOT PROVIDE PROOF OF

COMPLETE VACCINATION,

SHALL COMMIT:

- TO ACCEPT TO POSSIBLY UNDERGO A BIOLOGICAL TEST OR EXAMINATION TO

DETECT SARS-COV-2 ON-SITE AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT,

- TO RESPECT A 10 DAYS QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION MEASURE NOTIFIED AT

THEIR ARRIVAL, PRESENTING THE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO THE AIR

CARRIER, AND TO CONDUCT A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AT THE END OF THIS

PERIOD.

6 TRAVEL TO OVERSEAS MAY BE SUBJECT TO LOCAL ADDITIONNAL

RESTRICTIONS OR ADAPTATIONS WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET

(MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS TERRITORIES AND LOCAL AUTORITIES WEBSITES).

7 CREW MEMBERS TRAVELLING BETWEEN OVERSEAS AND THE REST OF THE

NATIONAL TERRITORY SHALL PRESENT :

- A PROOF OF A COMPLETE VACCINATION,

OR

- THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING

CARRIED OUT LESS THAN 72 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT WHICH DOES NOT

CONCLUDE TO A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION, OR THE RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL

TEST ENABLING THE DETECTION OF THE N PROTEIN OF SARS-COV-2 CARRIED

OUT LESS THAN 48 HOURS BEFORE THE FLIGHT, WHICH DOES NOT CONCLUDE TO

A COVID-19 CONTAMINATION,

OR

- A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY.

X - PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPHS IV TO IX DO NOT APPLY TO:

- CREW MEMBERS OR PERSONNELS NECESSARY FOR OPERATION OF PASSENGER OR

CARGO FLIGHTS OR TRAVELLING AS PASSAGERS TO OR FROM THEIR DEPARTURE

BASE, EXPECT FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPHS VIII 2 AND IX 7

- MEMBERS OF DELEGATION ON OFFICIAL MISSION, OR DIPLOMATIC MISSION

STAFF, OR INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION STAFF WITH HEADQUARTER OR

OFFICES LOCATED IN FRANCE AS WELL AS THEIR SPOUSE AND CHILDREN.

FOR TRAVEL FROM ABROAD, PASSENGERS MAY BE AUTHORISED TO DEROGATE

FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF PRESENTING A RESULT OF A BIOLOGICAL

EXAMINATION OF VIROLOGICAL SCREENING OR A BIOLOGICAL TEST PRIOR TO

BOARDING IF THEY PRESENT A PERMIT ISSUED BY THE FRENCH AMBASSY OR

GENERAL FRENCH CONSULATES. THEY CAN ALSO DEROGATE FROM THE ISOLATION

OR QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS UPON ARRIVAL IN FRANCE IF THE PERMIT

PROVIDES FOR IT.

XI - FOR MINOR PASSENGERS, SWORN STATEMENTS MAY BE SIGNED BY THEIR

LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE.

XII - PASSENGERS PRESENT TO THE AIR CARRIER, BEFORE BOARDING, ALL

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THEIR TRAVEL. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE

DOCUMENTS SHALL RESULT IN BOARDING DENIAL BY THE AIR CARRIER.

XIII - THE LIST OF ACCEPTED BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OF VIROLOGICAL

SCREENING AND BIOLOGICAL TESTS IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET

(MINISTRY OF HEALTH WEBSITE).

XIV - AIR CARRIERS SHALL INFORM THEIR PASSENGERS OF THE REQUIREMENTS

APPLICABLE TO THEIR TRAVEL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BEFORE THE FLIGHT AND

THAT THEY MUST KEEP ALL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THEIR TRAVEL UNTIL

THEY REACH THEIR FINAL DESTINATION IN CASE OF CONTROLS AT ARRIVAL.

XV - AIR CARRIERS ASK PASSENGERS ON BOARD BY SOUND ANOUNCEMENTS TO

PREPARE THEIR TRAVEL DOCUMENTS TO FACILITATE CONTROL MEASURES UPON

ARRIVAL

XVI - AIR CARRIERS INFORM PASSENGERS ON BOARD BY SOUND ANOUNCEMENTS

ABOUT THE ISOLATION MESURES UPON ARRIVAL FOR THE FLIGHTS CONCERNED.

FROM: 01 DEC 2021  09:08   TO: 31 DEC 2021  23:59

Germany - Open with Restrictions - 11/23/2021

GERMANY

 

Date:               November 23rd, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through December 1, 2021

Status:           OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to enter
  • US passengers:
  • Fully vaccinated
    • Allowed to enter for all travel reasons
    • Vaccination certificate required.
    • No quarantine.
  • Non-vaccinated
    • Allowed for essential travel only.
    • Certificate of recovery
    • Negative test (PCR 72h or Antigen 48h) required.
    • No quarantine.

 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Passengers having resided and last stayed in Third Countries are allowed to enter for all travel provided that they are fully vaccinated. Passengers must provide a EU digital covid certificate or equivalent proof of vaccination.
  •  
  • Non-vaccinated passengers from Third Countries can enter for essential travel reasons only:
    • EU citizens
    • Third Country nationals with a permanent residence in Germany
    • Healthcare workers, health researchers and geriatric care workers
    • Skilled and highly qualified foreign workers if the work cannot be postponed or performed abroad
    • Freight transport and other transport personnel
    • Seasonal workers in agriculture
    • Seafarers
    • Foreign students, trainees, volunteers
    • Persons immigrating into Germany for the purpose for joining their families and visits for urgent family reasons
    • Staff of diplomatic missions & international organizations, humanitarian aid and military personnel on duty
    • Passengers in transit
  • EXEMPTED FROM THESE TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE PAX WHO HAVE RESIDED AND LAST STAYED IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES AND REGIONS: ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, CANADA, CHILE, COLUMBIA, HONG KONG, INDONESIA, JORDAN, KUWAIT, MACAO, NAMIBIA, NEW ZEALAND, PERU, QATAR, RWANDA, SAUDI ARABIA, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, URUGUAY.
  • Current country classification and information on virus variant areas are available at 

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

December 1

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Passengers from different high-risk areas are required pre-register electronically at www.einreiseanmeldung.de. (Substitute registration form should be used only if the electronic pre-registration is not possible: WWW.RKI.DE/COVID-19-ERSATZMITTEILUNG)
  • Operators are required to keep all data for flights into Germany available for up to 30 days.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

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COVID-19: CARRIERS/CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS

1. REQUIREMENTS

NOTE 1:

CARRIERS MUST PROVIDE INFORMATION OF THE GERMAN FEDERAL MINISTRY OF

HEALTH TO ALL PAX.

NOTE 2:

PLEASE ADVISE PAX TO CHECK TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, TESTING AND

QUARANTINE OBLIGATIONS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.

NOTE 3:

EASA AND ECDC GUIDANCE STRICTLY RECOMMEND THE USE OF MEDICAL FACE

MASKS FOR ALL PASSENGERS AND PERSONS AT THE AIRPORT AND IN THE

AIRCRAFT AS A MINIMUM STANDARD. (EASA/ECDC COVID-19 AVIATION

HEALTH SAFETY PROTOCOL). PLEASE ADVISE PAX ACCORDINGLY.

NOTE 4:

ON ALL FLIGHTS TO GERMANY ALL PAX MUST PRESENT PROOF OF A NEGATIVE

TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 OR A PROOF OF VACCINATION OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY

OF SARS-COV-2 BEFORE DEPARTURE TO THE CARRIER.

PAX WHO HAS STAYED IN AN AREA OF VARIANTS OF CONCERN (VOC) DURING

THE LAST 10 DAYS BEFORE ENTRY MUST PRESENT PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST

FOR SARS-COV-2. A PROOF OF VACCINATION OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY OF

SARS-COV-2 WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

CHILDREN YOUNGER THAN 12 YEARS ARE EXEMPTED.

PAX TRANSITING VIA A GERMAN AIRPORT ARE EXEMPTED.

NOTE 5:

THE FOLLOWING TESTS ARE ACCEPTED:

1.  HIGH-RISK AREA OR NON-RISK AREA

1A.: ANTIGEN, THE SAMPLE COLLECTION FOR THE TEST MUST NOT BE OLDER

THEN 48HRS BEFORE ENTRY.

1B.: PCR OR POC-PCR TEST, THE SAMPLE COLLECTION FOR THE TEST MUST

NOT BE OLDER THAN 72HRS BEFORE ENTRY.

2. AREA OF VARIANTS OF CONCERN

2A.: ANTIGEN, THE SAMPLE COLLECTION FOR THE TEST MUST NOT BE OLDER

THEN 24HRS BEFORE ENTRY.

2B.: PCR OR POC-PCR TEST, THE SAMPLE COLLECTION FOR THE TEST MUST

NOT BE OLDER THAN 72HRS BEFORE ENTRY.

NOTE 6:

ON ALL FLIGHTS TO GERMANY CARRIERS MUST ONLY TRANSPORT PAX WHO HAVE

PRESENTED PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 OR A PROOF OF

VACCINATION OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY OF SARS-COV-2.

PAX TRANSITING VIA A GERMAN AIRPORT ARE EXEMPTED.

FURTHER EXEMPTIONS MAY APPLY. PLEASE CHECK AGAINST REGULATION.

NOTE 7:

A PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST FOR SARS-COV-2 OR PROOF OF VACCINATION OR A

PROOF OF RECOVERY OF SARS-COV-2 IS SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL CHECKS BY

THE FEDERAL POLICE / COMPETENT AUTHORITY AT DESTINATION AIRPORT IN

GERMANY.

NOTE 8:

DESIGNATION OF HIGH-RISK AREAS OR AREAS OF VOC: CARRIERS ARE

STRONGLY ADVISED TO REGULARLY REVIEW THE DESIGNATION LIST. 

DESIGNATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT SHORT NOTICE.

NOTE 9:

ENTRY REGISTRATION:

PAX WHO INTENDS TO ENTER GERMANY AND WHO HAVE STAYED IN A HIGH-RISK

AREA OR AN AREA OF VOC WITHIN THE LAST 10 DAYS PRIOR TO ENTRY MUST

REGISTER ELECTRONICALLY. USE OF DIGITAL ONLINE PROCEDURE IS STRONGLY

ADVISED. PAPER-BASED REGISTRATION IS ONLY ACCEPTED AS A REPLACEMENT

IF ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION IS NOT POSSIBLE, OFFICIAL SUBSTITUTE

REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE USED.

PAX TRANSITING VIA A GERMAN AIRPORT ARE EXEMPTED. FURTHER EXEMPTIONS

APPLY. PLEASE CHECK AGAINST REGULATION.

NOTE 10:

PROOF OF SUCCESSFUL ENTRY REGISTRATION OR SUBSTITUTE REGISTRATION

FORM MUST BE KEPT BY PAX AT ALL TIMES AND PRESENTED ON REQUEST TO

THE CARRIER OR THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY.

NOTE 11:

PROOF OF SUCCESSFUL ENTRY REGISTRATION OR SUBSTITUTE REGISTRATION

FORM MUST BE CHECKED BY CARRIERS AGAINST ID CARD OR EQUIVALENT PRIOR

BOARDING.

CARRIERS MUST ONLY TRANSPORT PAX WHO HAVE PRESENTED PROOF OF

SUCCESSFUL REGISTRATION OR SUBSTITUTE REGISTRATION FORM. IF THE

DATA PROVIDED IS OBVIOUSLY INCORRECT, CARRIERS ARE PROHIBITED TO

TRANSPORT PAX. PAX TRANSITING VIA A GERMAN AIRPORT ARE EXEMPTED.

NOTE 12:

ON FLIGHTS FROM SCHENGEN COUNTRIES TO GERMANY SUBSTITUTE

REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE COLLECTED BY THE AIRCRAFT CREW AND HANDED

OVER TO THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY AT THE DESTINATION AIRPORT IN

GERMANY. ON FLIGHTS FROM NON-SCHENGEN COUNTRIES TO GERMANY

SUBSTITUTE

REGISTRATION MUST BE KEPT BY PAX AND HANDED OVER TO THE FEDERAL

POLICE / COMPETENT AUTHORITY AT THE DESTINATION AIRPORT IN GERMANY

DURING BORDER CONTROL CHECKS.

NOTE 13:

FLIGHTS FROM NON-SCHENGEN COUNTRIES TO GERMANY: PROOF OF SUCCESSFUL

ENTRY REGISTRATION AND SUBSTITUTE REGISTRATION FORM ARE SUBJECT TO

ADDITIONAL CHECKS BY THE FEDERAL POLICE / COMPETENT AUTHORITY AT

DESTINATION AIRPORT IN GERMANY.

NOTE 14:

CARRIERS ARE PROHIBITED TO TRANSPORT PAX FROM AN AREA OF VOC TO

GERMANY. THIS RESTRICTION APPLIES TO ALL TRAVEL OF PAX ORIGINATING

FROM AN AREA OF VOC.

EXEMPTIONS: THE TRANSPORT BAN DOES NOT APPLY TO

- PAX HAVING GERMAN NATIONALITY AND PAX RESIDING AND WITH RIGHT OF

RESIDENCE IN GERMANY AS WELL AS THEIR SPOUSES, PARTNERS FROM THE

SAME HOUSEHOLD, MINOR CHILDREN AND PARENTS ACCOMPANYING THEIR MINOR

CHILDREN,

- PAX TRANSITING A GERMAN AIRPORT INCLUDING TRANSIT FROM OR TO

ANOTHER SCHENGEN COUNTRY,

- EXCLUSIVELY CARGO OR POSTAL OR FERRY FLIGHTS,

- REPATRIATION OF AIRCRAFTS AND CREWS,

- TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONNEL IN THE INTEREST OF PUBLIC HEALTH,

- AMBULANCE FLIGHTS AND FLIGHTS TRANSPORTING TRANSPLANT ORGANS AND

NECESSARY ACCOMPANYING PERSONNEL,

- FLIGHTS FOR URGENT HUMANITARIAN REASONS,

- FLIGHTS ON BEHALF OF THE EURATOM SAFEGUARDS, THE INTERNATIONAL

ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, THE UNITED NATIONS, AND ITS AGENCIES, THE

EUROPEAN UNION AND THE EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR MEDIUM-RANGE WEATHER

FORECASTS,

- MEMBERS OF A FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC MISSION OR CONSULAR OFFICE AS

WELL AS THEIR ACCOMPANYING SPOUSES, PARTNERS FROM THE SAME HOUSEHOLD

AND MINOR CHILDREN WHOSE APPOINTMENT AND ARRIVAL HAS BEEN NOTIFIED

TO THE FEDERAL FOREIGN OFFICE, -TRANSPORT OF PERSONS ACCREDITED BY

THE RESPECTIVE ORGANISING COMMITTEE FOR THE PREPARATION,

PARTICIPATION, IMPLEMENTATION AND FOLLOW-UP OF INTERNATIONAL

SPORTING EVENTS, - TRANSPORTS OF VACCINATED PAX FOR WHICH THE

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY HAS CONFIRMED THAT THEIR TRANSPORT IS

IN THE NATIONAL INTEREST.

THREE DAYS IN ADVANCE CARRIERS MUST NOTIFY TO THE FEDERAL POLICE

FLIGHTS FROM AN AREA OF VOC TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY FOR

TRANSPORT OF PAX RESIDING AND WITH RIGHT OF RESIDENCE IN GERMANY

AND FOR PAX HAVING GERMAN AS WELL AS THEIR SPOUSES, PARTNERS FROM

THE SAME HOUSEHOLD, MINOR CHILDREN AND PARENTS ACCOMPANYING THEIR

MINOR CHILDREN.

NOTE 15:

CREW EXEMPTIONS - ENTRY REGISTRATION:

CREWS ENTERING GERMANY AND WHO HAVE STAYED IN A HIGH-RISK AREA OR

AREA OF VOC DURING THE LAST 10 DAYS BEFORE ENTRY ARE EXEMPTED

FROM ENTRY REGISTRATION PROVIDED THAT COMPLIANCE WITH APPROPRIATE

SAFETY AND HYGIENE CONCEPTS IS GUARANTEED. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO

CREWS WHO HAVE STAYED LONGER THAN 72 HOURS IN A VOC WITHIN THE

LAST 10 DAYS AND WILL STAY LONGER THAN 72 HOURS IN GERMANY.

NOTE 16:

CREW EXEMPTIONS - TESTING:

CREWS ARE EXEMPTED FROM MANDATORY SARS-COV-2 TESTING. THIS DOES NOT

APPLY TO CREWS WHO HAVE STAYED IN AN AREA OF VOC DURING THE LAST

10 DAYS BEFORE ENTRY.

CREWS WHO HAVE STAYED IN AN AREA OF VOC DURING THE LAST 10 DAYS

BEFORE ENTRY MUST PRESENT PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST FOR SARS-COV-2.

A PROOF OF VACCINATION OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY OF SARS-COV-2 WILL

NOT BE ACCEPTED.

NOTE 17:

CREW EXEMPTIONS - QUARANTINE:

CREWS ENTERING GERMANY AND WHO HAVE STAYED IN AN INTERNATIONAL HIGH

RISK AREA OR AREA OF VOC DURING THE LAST 10 DAYS BEFORE ENTRY ARE

EXEMPTED FROM MANDATORY QUARANTINE. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO CREWS WHO

HAVE STAYED LONGER THAN 72 HOURS IN AN VOC WITHIN THE LAST 10 DAYS

AND WILL STAY LONGER THAN 72 HOURS IN GERMANY.

NOTE 18:

PAX TRAVELLING AS PART OF AN OFFICIAL GERMAN DELEGATION VIA THE

GOVERNMENT TERMINAL OF BER OR VIA CGN AND HAVING STAYED LESS THAN

72H IN AN INTERNATIONAL HIGH-RISK AREA ARE EXEMPTED FROM ENTRY

REGISTRATION AND PRESENTING A PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST FOR SARS-COV-2.

PAX TRAVELLING AS PART OF AN OFFICIAL GERMAN DELEGATION VIA THE

GOVERNMENT TERMINAL OF BER OR VIA CGN AND HAVING STAYED IN A VOC

AREA ARE EXEMPTED FROM ENTRY REGISTRATION. PAX MUST PRESENT A PROOF

OF NEGATIVE TEST FOR SARS-COV-2.

NOTE 19:

PAX TRAVELLING PROFESSIONALLY IN ORDER TO TRANSPORT GOODS

(ESP. MEDICAL SUPPLY):  REQUIREMENTS OF NOTE 14-16 APPLY.

NOTE 20:

CARRIERS MUST NAME A SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT (SPC) FOR INFORMATION

REQUESTS FROM THE HEALTH AUTHORITIES. THE CONTACT DETAILS OF THE

SPC (COMPANY NAME, COMPLETE ADDRESS, TELEPHONE, E-MAIL) MUST BE

COMMUNICATED TO OEGD-KONTAKT(AT)RKI.DE.

NOTE 21:

CARRIERS MUST KEEP THE ELECTRONICALLY STORED BOOKING DATA OF PAX

FOR FLIGHTS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL HIGH-RISK AREA OR AREA OF VOC TO

THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AVAILABLE FOR 30 DAYS AFTER THE

ARRIVAL AND PROVIDE THEM TO THE HEALTH AUTHORITIES ON REQUEST. THIS

APPLIES, IN PARTICULAR, TO ELECTRONICALLY STORED DATA FOR

IDENTIFICATION AND CONTACT DETAILS OF TRAVELLERS AS WELL AS TO

SEATING PLANS.

NOTE 22:

THE CREW OF AN EN-ROUTE AIRCRAFT MUST INFORM UPON IDENTIFYING A

SUSPECTED CASE OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE OR OTHER PUBLIC HEALTH

RISK ON BOARD THE AIRCRAFT PROMPTLY THE DESTINATION AIRPORT

ACCORDING TO ICAO PANS ATM DOC 4444.

NOTE 23:

DISINFECTION OF AIRCRAFT: MANDATORY FOR ALL AOC HOLDER AND TCO.

SEE EASA SD 2021-05 FOR DETAILS.

NOTE 24:

NON-COMPLIANCE IS AN ADMINISTRATIVE OFFENCE AND SUBJECT TO

PENALTIES.

2. INFORMATION

PAX INFO OF THE GERMAN FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH:

WWW.RKI.DE/COVID-19-BMG-MERKBLATT ENTRY REGULATION:

WWW.BUNDESGESUNDHEITSMINISTERIUM.DE/CORONAEINREISEV

DESIGNATION LIST OF HIGH-RISK AREAS AND AREAS OF VIRUS VARIANT OF

CONCERN: WWW.RKI.DE/COVID-19-RISIKOGEBIETE ONLINE REGISTRATION:

WWW.EINREISEANMELDUNG.DE SUBSTITUTE REGISTRATION FORM:

WWW.RKI.DE/COVID-19-ERSATZMITTEILUNG PRE-FLIGHT NOTIFICATION

FEDERAL POLICE: BPOLP(AT)POLIZEI.BUND.DE.

SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT: OEGD-KONTAKT(AT)RKI.DE.

FROM: 29 OCT 2021 09:15   TO: 24 NOV 2021  22:59 EST

 

B1481/21

COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS

1. RESTRICTIONS

NOTE 1:

TEMPORARY TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS APPLY TO ALL NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL FROM

THIRD COUNTRIES TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY. THIS DOES NOT

INCLUDE FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS.

NOTE 2:

THE RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO GERMAN CITIZENS.

NOTE 3:

EXEMPTED FROM THESE TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE PAX WHO HAVE RESIDED AND

LAST STAYED IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES AND REGIONS:

ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, CANADA, CHILE, COLUMBIA, HONG KONG,

INDONESIA, JORDAN, KUWAIT, MACAO, NAMIBIA, NEW ZEALAND, PERU,

QATAR, RWANDA, SAUDI ARABIA, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, UNITED ARAB

EMIRATES, URUGUAY.

NOTE 4:

ENTRY INTO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY IS PERMITTED TOO ALL

PAX WHO HAS RESIDED AND LAST STAYED IN THIRD COUNTRIES, PROVIDED

THEY ARE FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST SARS COV-2 CORONAVIRUS. PERSONS

UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE WHO HAVE NOT YET BEEN VACCINATED MAY ENTER IF

ACCOMPANIED BY AT LEAST ONE FULLY VACCINATED PARENT.

A PAX IS CONSIDERED FULLY VACCINATED UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

1. THE VACCINE MUST BE LISTED ON THE WEBSITE OF THE

PAUL-EHRLICH-INSTITUTE.

2. PAX MUST HAVE RECEIVED ALL THE NECESSARY VACCINATION

DOSES REQUIRED FOR A COMPLETE PROTECTIVE VACCINATION AS LISTED

ON THE WEBSITE OF THE PAUL-EHRLICH-INSTITUTE.

3. AT LEAST 14 DAYS HAVE ELAPSED SINCE THE LAST REQUIRED VACCINATION

EXCEPT FOR RECOVERED PERSONS.

4. PAX HAS NOT STAYED IN AN AREA OF VIRUS VARIANTS OF CONCERN

DURING THE LAST 10 DAYS.

5. PAX WHO HAVE RESIDED AND LAST STAYED IN A STATE WHOSE ENTRY

REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO RECIPROCITY. RECIPROCITY

RESERVATIONS CURRENTLY EXIST FOR THE FOLLOWING STATE: CHINA.

PAX MUST PRESENT A DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

(EU-DCC) OR AN EQUIVALENT PROOF OF VACCINATION BEFORE DEPARTURE TO

THE CARRIER. EU-DCC OR AN EQUIVALENT PROOF OF VACCINATION MUST BE

CHECKED BY CARRIERS AGAINST ID CARD OR EQUIVALENT PRIOR BOARDING.

THE VACCINATION CERTIFICATE MUST CONTAIN AT LEAST THE FOLLOWING

INFORMATION:

1. PERSONAL DATA OF THE VACCINATED PERSON (AT LEAST SURNAME, FIRST

NAME AND DATE OF BIRTH), 2. DATE OF VACCINATION, 3. NUMBER OF

VACCINATION DOSES, 4. NAME OF THE VACCINE, 5. NAME OF THE DISEASE

AGAINST WHICH VACCINATION WAS RECEIVED, AND 6. CHARACTERISTICS THAT

INDICATE THE PERSON OR INSTITUTION RESPONSIBLE FOR CARRYING OUT THE

VACCINATION OR ISSUING THE CERTIFICATE, FOR EXAMPLE AN OFFICIAL

SYMBOL OR THE NAME OF THE ISSUER.

7. ACCEPTED LANGUAGES OF PROOF OF VACCINATION: GERMAN, ENGLISH,

FRENCH, ITALIAN, OR SPANISH.

NOTE 5:

ENTRY INTO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY IS PERMITTED TO ALL

PAX FROM THIRD COUNTRIES WHO HAVE AN IMPERATIVE NEED FOR TRAVEL:

1. EU CITIZENS AND THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS WITH CURRENT RIGHT OF

RESIDENCE IN GERMANY, 2. HEALTHCARE WORKERS, HEALTH RESEARCHERS

AND GERIATRIC CARE WORKERS, 3. SKILLED AND HIGHLY QUALIFIED FOREIGN

WORKERS IF THEIR EMPLOYMENT AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE AND THE WORK

CANNOT BE POSTPONED OR PERFORMED ABROAD, 4. FREIGHT TRANSPORT AND

OTHER TRANSPORT PERSONNEL, 5. SEASONAL WORKERS IN AGRICULTURE,

6. SEAFARERS, 7. FOREIGN STUDENTS, TRAINEES, VOLUNTEERS, 8. PERSONS

IMMIGRATING INTO GERMANY FOR THE PURPOSE OF JOINING THEIR FAMILIES

AND VISITS FOR URGENT FAMILY REASONS OR SHORT-TERM VISITS OF CORE

FAMILY MEMBERS (HUSBAND/WIFE, MINOR CHILDREN, PARENTS OF MINOR

CHILDREN) OR UNMARRIED PARTNERS IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH GERMAN

NATIONALS, EU CITIZENS AND THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS WITH CURRENT

RIGHT OF RESIDENCE IN GERMANY OR JOINT SHORT-TERM VISITS OF COUPLES

(THIRD COUNTRY NATIONAL AND GERMAN NATIONAL/EU CITIZEN) RESIDING

TOGETHER IN A THIRD COUNTRY FOR IMPORTANT REASONS, 9. PERSONS IN

NEED OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OR FOR OTHER HUMANITARIAN REASONS,

10. DIPLOMATS, STAFF OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS, MILITARY

PERSONNEL AND HUMANITARIAN AID WORKERS IN THE EXERCISE OF THEIR

FUNCTIONS, 11. ETHNIC GERMAN RESETTLERS, 12. PASSENGERS IN TRANSIT.

NOTE 6:

ENTRY FROM THIRD COUNTRIES INTO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF ONWARD TRAVEL TO ANOTHER EU-/SCHENGEN

STATE IS PERMITTED. THIS APPLIES UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

1. THE TIME SPENT IN GERMANY IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION REQUIRED

FOR DIRECT TRANSIT TO THE DESTINATION STATE, 2. THE THIRD COUNTRY

NATIONAL IS PERMITTED TO ENTER THE DESTINATION STATE IN ACCORDANCE

WITH ANNEX I OR ANNEX II OF THE COUNCIL RECOMMENDATION

(EU)2020/912 OF 30 JUNE 2020 OR AN INDIVIDUAL CONFIRMATION OF THE

GRANTING OF ENTRY ISSUED BY THE DESTINATION STATE.

3. THE THIRD COUNTRY IS NOT DESIGNATED AS AN AREA OF VIRUS VARIANTS

OF CONCERN.

UNDER THESE CONDITIONS, ENTRY BY AIR AND ONWARD TRAVEL TO THE

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION BY LAND IS ALSO PERMITTED. IT IS THE

TRAVELLERS RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVE THE RIGHT OF ENTRY INTO THE

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION AND THE ROUTE OF TRAVEL IN THE EVENT OF

CONTROLS.

NOTE 7:

AREAS OF VIRUS VARIANTS OF CONCERN: CARRIERS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED

TO REGULARLY REVIEW THE DESIGNATION LIST AT

WWW.RKI.DE/COVID-19-RISIKOGEBIETE. DESIGNATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO

CHANGE AT SHORT NOTICE.

NOTE 8:

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS APPLY. SEE NOTAM ON

COVID-19: CARRIERS/CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS.

PLEASE ADVISE PAX TO CHECK THE CURRENT TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS AND

REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.

2. INFORMATION

WWW.BUNDESINNENMINISTERIUM.DE/RESTRICTIONSGERMANY

LIST OF VACCINE: WWW.PEI.DE/IMPFSTOFFE/COVID-19.

FROM: 22 NOV 2021 23:00   TO: 22 DEC 2021  23:59 EST

Gibraltar - Open with Restrictions - 11/07/2021

GIBRALTAR

 

Date:               November 07, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through November 30th, 2021

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to land
  • US passengers: Allowed to enter

Vaccinated Passengers (US)

    • Vaccination Certificate issued at least 14 days prior to arrival, and
    • Pre-Booked lateral Flow Test within 24 hours of arrival and
    • Completed passenger location form (PLF)
    • No Quarantine

Un-Vaccinated Passengers (US)

    • Negative PCR – 72 hours prior to departure.
    • Pre-Booked lateral Flow Test within 24 hours of arrival and
    • Completed passenger location form (PLF)
    • No Quarantine
    •  
  • Technical refueling and Crew rest is allowed.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • In line with the UK Government, HM Government of Gibraltar has introduced a simplified system for international travel effective from Monday 4th October 2021.
  • The current traffic light system is replaced by a single red list of countries and territories.
  • The day 5 lateral flow test has been removed, however the requirement to have a lateral flow test within 24 hours of arrival for those over 12 years of age remains.
  • You must inform authorities if you have travelled to a country or territory in the red list in the 10 days preceding your arrival in Gibraltar.
  • The Free NHS test is not permitted for travel.
  • All arriving non-vaccinated travelers must hold a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours.
  • All passengers arriving in Gibraltar, regardless of age, requires a passenger locator form to be completed before their arrival in Gibraltar. Form is available at www.passengers.egov.gi.
  • Gibraltar's Red List of Countries
    • There are currently no countries or territories on the red list for travel to Gibraltar.
  • Requirements for FULLY VACCINATED passengers from NON-RED LIST countries:
    • Passenger locator form: YES
    • Pre-departure covid test: NO
    • Vaccination certificate: YES, to be uploaded on the Passenger Locator Form
    • Lateral Flow Test (arrival): YES, conducted within 24h of arrival
    • PCR Test (arrival): NO
    • Self-isolation: NO
    • Follow up PCR Test: NO
  • Requirements for FULLY VACCINATED passengers from RED LIST countries:
    • Passenger locator form: YES
    • Pre-departure covid test: YES
    • Vaccination certificate: YES, to be uploaded on the Passenger Locator Form
    • Lateral Flow Test (arrival): NO
    • PCR Test (arrival): YES
    • Self-isolation: NO
    • Follow up PCR Test: YES, on Day 5
  • Requirements for UNVACCINATED passengers from NON-RED LIST countries:
    • Passenger locator form: YES
    • Pre-departure covid test: YES, not older than 72h
    • Vaccination certificate: N/A
    • Lateral Flow Test (arrival): YES, conducted within 24h of arrival
    • PCR Test (arrival): NO
    • Self-isolation: NO
    • Follow up PCR Test: NO
  • Requirements for UNVACCINATED passengers from RED LIST countries:
    • Passenger locator form: YES
    • Pre-departure covid test: YES, not older than 72h
    • Vaccination certificate: N/A
    • Lateral Flow Test (arrival): NO
    • PCR Test (arrival): YES
    • Self-isolation: 10 days
    • Follow up PCR Test: Day 10

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed.
  • Crew rest is allowed.

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • November 30th 2021

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

  • NIL. No Covid-19 related NOTAMs.

Greece - Open with Restrictions - 11/15/2021

GREECE

 

Date:               November 15, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through December 1, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

US aircraft: Allowed to land

US passengers: Allowed to enter; Vaccination certificate / Recovery certificate / PCR 72h / Antigen 48h required

Quarantine: No

 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All Third Country citizens are prohibited entry.
  • Exempted are:
    • EU/Schengen citizens, including their spouses and children.
    • Permanent residents of ALBANIA, ANDORRA, ARGENTINA, ARMENIA, AZERBAIJAN, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, BELARUS, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BRUNEI, CANADA, CHILE, CHINA, CHINESE TAIPEI, INDIA, ISRAEL, JAPAN, JORDAN, KOSOVO, KUWAIT, LEBANON, MOLDOVA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, NEW ZEALAND, NORTH MACEDONIA, QATAR, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, SULTANATE OF OMAN, THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, THE UNITED KINGDOM, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, TURKEY, UKRAINE, URUGUAY AND THE VATICAN.
    • Medical and nursing staff, healthcare professionals and researchers
    • Third Country citizens that are long-term residents or long-term visa holders of a EU/Schengen country
    • Members of Government and Diplomatic delegations
    • Aircraft flight crew and other personnel in the transport sector
    • Passengers in transit
    • Students
    • Seasonal workers in agriculture
    • Third Country nationals having obtained a special permission from a Greek Embassy or consular authority for business or personal reasons
  • All passengers regardless of nationality must meet one of the following conditions:
  1. Hold a vaccination certificate stating they have completed all vaccinations at least 14 days prior arrival, OR
  2. Hold a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or a rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours, OR
  3. Hold a certificate of recovery of previous Covid-19 infection, supported by a PCR or rapid antigen test, and issued 30 days after the first positive diagnosis and valid up to 18 days, OR
  4. Present the EU digital covid certificate (vaccination certificate / PCR 72h / recovery certificate).
  • REGARDING PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF ARGENTINA, CHILE, INDIA, OMAN AND URUGUAY, ENTRANCE TO GREECE IS PERMITTED UNDER THE FURTHER CONDITION THAT THEY ARE DIAGNOSED NEGATIVE TO A MANDATORY MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19 OR DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) UPON ARRIVAL. AFTER BEING TESTED, THE PASSENGER REMAINS AT THE ARRIVAL GATE AWAITING THE RESULT OF THE  TEST. IF FOUND POSITIVE, A QUARANTINE PERIOD IS IMPOSED
  • REGARDING PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, ENTRANCE TO GREECE IS PERMITTED UNDER THE CONDITION THAT:
    • Passengers must present a valid PCR test not older than 72 hours or a rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours prior boarding.
    • Passengers are diagnosed negative with a follow up test upon arrival (PCR or rapid antigen test). Includes children of 12 years and above.
      • If positive, a 10-day quarantine under supervision is required at residence assigned by the authorities. Follow up test must be taken on the last day of the quarantine.
  • PASSENGERS, REGARDLESS OF NATIONALITY, ARRIVING FROM ALBANIA, ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, BULGARIA, CHINA, CUBA, EGYPT, GEORGIA, INDIA, LIBYA, MOROCCO, NORTH MACEDONIA, PAKISTAN, THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AND TURKEY, WHOSE ENTRANCE IS PERMITTED ACCORDING TO AFOREMENTIONED CONDITIONS, MUST ALSO BE DIAGNOSED NEGATIVE TO A MANDATORY MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19 OR
  • DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) UPON ARRIVAL, UNLESS THEY HAVE COMPLETED THE VACCINATION FOR CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 AT LEAST FOURTEEN (14) DAYS BEFORE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL AND PRESENT THE RELEVANT VACCINATION CERTIFICATE AS DESCRIBED IN POINT 1), OR PRESENT PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19, AS DESCRIBED IN POINT 3) OF ENTRY CONDITIONS TO GREECE.
  • All other passengers are subject to random tests upon arrival. If found positive, a 10-day quarantine under supervision is required at residence assigned by the authorities. Quarantine period is 7 days for vaccinated passengers. Follow up test must be taken on the last day of the quarantine.
  • All passengers on domestic flights departing from Greece mainland to the Greek islands must meet one of the following conditions:
    • Have completed the vaccination at least 14 days prior arrival and holding a vaccination certificate. Certificate must have been issued through the website  HTTPS://WWW.GOV.GR/IPIRESIES/UGEIA-KAI-PRONOIA/KORONOIOS-COVID-19/PISTOPOIETIKO-EMBOLIASMOU or in case of foreigners from abroad, must be issued by a public authority in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian or Russian, OR
    • Hold a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or a rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours; OR
    • Hold a certificate of recovery of previous Covid-19 infection, supported by a PCR or rapid antigen test, and issued 30 days after the first positive diagnosis and valid up to 18 days. Children under 12 exempted. Children 12-17 must present a negative self-test not older than 24 hours; OR
  • All passengers on domestic flights departing from the Greek islands to Greece mainland must meet one of the above  conditions or must present a negative self-test not older than 24 hours confirmed with a relevant certificate issued from the site https://self-testing.gov.gr in Greek or in English.

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions.
  • Flight crew is exempted from quarantine and PCR test requirements.

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

December 1

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A3621/21

COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS.

BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE HELLENIC REPUBLIC, ALL PASSENGERS

ON DOMESTIC FLIGHTS REGARDLESS OF AIRPORT OF DESTINATION MUST MEET

ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

1. TO HAVE COMPLETED THE VACCINATION FOR CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 AT

LEAST FOURTEEN (14) DAYS BEFORE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL AND TO PRESENT A

VACCINATION CERTIFICATE, WHICH HAS BEEN ISSUED THROUGH THE WEBSITE

HTTPS://WWW.GOV.GR/IPIRESIES/UGEIA-KAI-PRONOIA/KORONOIOS-COVID-19/

PISTOPOIETIKO-EMBOLIASMOU. IN CASE OF FOREIGNERS FROM ABROAD, TO

HAVE COMPLETED THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS VACCINATION AT LEAST

FOURTEEN (14) DAYS BEFORE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL AND PRESENT A

VACCINATION

CERTIFICATE, IN EITHER GREEK, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH,

ITALIAN OR RUSSIAN, ISSUED BY A PUBLIC AUTHORITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH

THE RELEVANT LEGISLATION.

THE VACCINATION CERTIFICATE INCLUDES THE NAME OF THE PERSON, THE

TYPE OF VACCINE GIVEN, THE NUMBER OF DOSES AND INOCULATION DATES.

THE EU DIGITAL COVID-19 CERTIFICATE IS ALSO ACCEPTED.

2. TO PRESENT PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19, SUPPORTED BY A

MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) OR DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19.

THE CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY IS ISSUED THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE

FIRST POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS AND IS VALID UP TO ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY

(180) DAYS THERE ON. THE FIRST POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS MUST ORIGINATE

EITHER FROM A PUBLIC AUTHORITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RELEVANT

LEGISLATION, OR FROM REFERENCE LABORATORIES OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

OR TRANSIT, PUBLIC OR PRIVATE, PROVIDED THAT THESE PRIVATE

 

LABORATORIES HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED BY THE COMPETENT NATIONAL

CERTIFICATION AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTRY. THE CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED IN

EITHER GREEK, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN OR RUSSIAN.

3. NON-FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID-19 PASSENGERS MUST DISPLAY A

NEGATIVE FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOUR DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR

COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) OR A SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOUR PCR MOLECULAR TEST

PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT. THE RELEVANT CERTIFICATE MUST

ORIGINATE FROM EITHER A PRIVATE REFERENCE LABORATORY, PRIVATE

CLINICS, PHARMACIES OR PRIVATE DOCTORS, PAID AT THEIR OWN EXPENSES.

DIAGNOSTIC RAPID TESTS FOR COVID-19, CONDUCTED AT MUNICIPAL HEALTH

CLINICS, ARE ACCEPTED ONLY IF THE AFORE MENTIONED FACILITIES DO NOT

EXIST.

IF THE TESTS HAVE BEEN PERFORMED ABROAD AND REMAIN VALID DURING

BOARDING THE AIRCRAFT, THE RELEVANT CERTIFICATES ARE ACCEPTED UNDER

THE SAME CONDITIONS THAT THE PASSENGERS WERE ACCEPTED FOR ENTRY TO

GREECE.

4. MINORS FROM THE AGE OF FOUR (4) UP TO SEVENTEEN (17) CAN

ALTERNATIVELY PRESENT A NEGATIVE SELF-DIAGNOSTIC TEST (SELF-TEST)

CONDUCTED UP TO TWENTY-FOUR (24) HOURS BEFORE THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT,

CONFIRMED BY A RELEVANT SELF TEST CERTIFICATE, IN DIGITAL OR PAPER

FORM, ISSUED FROM THE SITE HTTPS://SELF-TESTING.GOV.GR IN GREEK OR

ENGLISH.

5. THE AIRLINES PERSONNEL IS RESPONSIBLE TO CHECK THE AFORE

MENTIONED DOCUMENTS PRIOR TO PASSENGERS BOARDING THE AIRCRAFT.

FROM: 08 NOV 2021  19:45   TO: 22 NOV 2021  04:00

 

A3676/21

COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS.

BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE HELLENIC REPUBLIC, ALL THIRD

COUNTRY NATIONALS ARE PROHIBITED TO ENTER THE COUNTRY.

EXEMPTED FROM THE RESTRICTION ARE:

1. EU MEMBER STATES AND THE SCHENGEN AGREEMENT NATIONALS, INCLUDING

THEIR SPOUSES OR PERSONS WITH WHOM THEY HAVE A COHABITATION

AGREEMENT, AS WELL AS THEIR MINOR CHILDREN.

2. PERMANENT RESIDENTS FROM THE STATES OF ALBANIA, ANDORRA,

ARGENTINA, ARMENIA, AZERBAIJAN, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, BELARUS, BOSNIA

AND HERZEGOVINA, BRUNEI, CANADA, CHILE, CHINA, CHINESE TAIPEI,

INDIA, ISRAEL, JAPAN, JORDAN, KOSOVO, KUWAIT, LEBANON, MOLDOVA,

MONACO, MONTENEGRO, NEW ZEALAND, NORTH MACEDONIA, QATAR, SAN MARINO,

SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, SULTANATE OF OMAN, THE

RUSSIAN FEDERATION, THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, THE UNITED KINGDOM,

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, TURKEY, UKRAINE, URUGUAY AND THE

VATICAN.

3. MEDICAL AND NURSING STAFF, RESEARCHERS AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS,

IF THEY DEMONSTRATE AT THE POINTS OF ENTRY IN THE COUNTRY, THE

EXERCISE LICENSE PROFESSION OR OTHER APPROPRIATE EVIDENCE OF THEIR

PROFESSIONAL STATUS AND PROVIDED THAT THEIR ENTRY INTO THE COUNTRY

RELATES TO THE EXERCISE OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL DUTIES.

4. LONG-TERM RESIDENTS OF EU MEMBER STATES OR SCHENGEN AGREEMENT AND

THIRD COUNTRY NATIONALS, HOLDING A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN EU MEMBER

STATES OR THE SCHENGEN AGREEMENT.

5. MEMBERS OF GOVERNMENT DELEGATIONS.

6. MEMBERS OF DIPLOMATIC DELEGATIONS OR CONSULATE AUTHORITIES AND

DELEGATIONS, MEMBERS OF INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN ORGANIZATIONS,

MEMBERS OF HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS PERFORMING THEIR DUTIES,

MILITARY AND SECURITY FORCES OFFICIALS AND OF GENERAL SECRETARIAT

FOR CIVIL PROTECTION.

7. PERSONNEL EMPLOYED IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR, INCLUDING SEAMEN,

AIRCRAFT CREWS, THE CREWS AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL OF THE LEASED

AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT, LORRY DRIVERS, AND THE ABSOLUTELY

NECESSARY SUPPORT STAFF FOR THE TRANSPORT OF GOODS.

8. TRANSIT PASSENGERS.

9. STUDENTS.

10. PERSONS CARING FOR THE ELDERLY AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY

(DISABLED).

11. SEASONAL WORKERS IN THE FIELD OF AGRICULTURE.

IT IS COMPULSORY FOR ALL INDIVIDUALS ON INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

ARRIVING TO ANY GREEK AIRPORT TO FILL IN THE ELECTRONIC PASSENGER

LOCATOR FORM (PLF) PUBLISHED IN HTTPS://TRAVEL.GOV.GR/ BEFORE THEIR

ARRIVAL TO GREECE.

ALL PASSENGERS REGARDLESS OF NATIONALITY MUST MEET ONE OF THE

FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

1) TO HAVE COMPLETED THE VACCINATION FOR CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 AT

LEAST FOURTEEN (14) DAYS BEFORE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL AND TO PRESENT A

VACCINATION CERTIFICATE, IN EITHER GREEK, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN,

SPANISH, ITALIAN OR RUSSIAN, ISSUED BY A PUBLIC AUTHORITY, IN

ACCORDANCE WITH THE RELEVANT LEGISLATION. THE CERTIFICATE INCLUDES

THE FULL NAME OF THE PASSENGER, AS REGISTERED IN THE PASSPORT, THE

TYPE OF VACCINE GIVEN, THE NUMBER OF DOSES AND INOCULATION DATES.

2) DISPLAY A NEGATIVE MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19, PERFORMED

BY TAKING AN OROPHARYNGEAL OR NASOPHARYNGEAL SMEAR, UP TO 72 HOURS

BEFORE THE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL, OR A FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOUR DIAGNOSTIC

RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED

FLIGHT EITHER IN GREEK, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN OR

RUSSIAN. THE CERTIFICATE INCLUDES THE FULL NAME OF THE PASSENGER, AS

REGISTERED IN THE PASSPORT.

3) TO PRESENT PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19, SUPPORTED BY A

MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) OR DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19.

THE CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY IS ISSUED THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE

FIRST POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS AND IS VALID UP TO ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY

(180) DAYS THERE ON. THE FIRST POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS MUST ORIGINATE

EITHER FROM A PUBLIC AUTHORITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RELEVANT

LEGISLATION, OR FROM REFERENCE LABORATORIES OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

OR TRANSIT, PUBLIC OR PRIVATE, PROVIDED THAT THESE PRIVATE

LABORATORIES HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED BY THE COMPETENT NATIONAL

CERTIFICATION AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTRY. THE CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED IN

EITHER GREEK, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN OR RUSSIAN.

THE CERTIFICATE INCLUDES THE FULL NAME OF THE PASSENGER, AS

REGISTERED IN THE PASSPORT

4) TO PRESENT THEIR EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE, WHICH EITHER

CONTAINS PROOF OF VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19, NEGATIVE 72 HOUR PCR

TEST, OR 48 HOUR ANTIGEN RAPID TEST, OR PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM

COVID-19, ISSUED ACCORDINGLY TO EU REQUIREMENTS, IN DIGITAL OR PAPER

FORM.

REGARDING PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF ARGENTINA, CHILE, INDIA, SULTANATE

OF OMAN AND URUGUAY, ENTRANCE TO GREECE IS PERMITTED UNDER THE

FURTHER CONDITION THAT THEY ARE DIAGNOSED NEGATIVE TO A MANDATORY

MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19 OR DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST

FOR COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) UPON ARRIVAL. AFTER BEING TESTED, THE

PASSENGER REMAINS AT THE ARRIVAL GATE AWAITING THE RESULT OF THE

TEST. IF FOUND POSITIVE, A QUARANTINE PERIOD IS IMPOSED, AS

DESCRIBED IN A FOLLOWING SECTION OF THIS NOTAM.

REGARDING PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, ENTRANCE TO

GREECE IS PERMITTED UNDER THE CONDITION THAT:

(A) THEY DISPLAY A NEGATIVE MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19,

PERFORMED BY TAKING AN OROPHARYNGEAL OR NASOPHARYNGEAL SMEAR, UP TO

72 HOURS BEFORE THE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL, OR A FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOUR

DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) PRIOR TO THE

SCHEDULED FLIGHT AND

(B) THEY ARE DIAGNOSED NEGATIVE TO A MANDATORY MOLECULAR TEST (PCR)

FOR COVID-19 OR DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 (RAPID

TEST) UPON ARRIVAL. AFTER BEING TESTED, THE PASSENGER REMAINS AT THE

ARRIVAL GATE AWAITING THE RESULT OF THE TEST. IF FOUND POSITIVE, A

TEN (10) DAY QUARANTINE UNDER SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED EITHER AT

THEIR HOME OR AT A DESIGNATED TEMPORARY RESIDENCE ASSIGNED BY THE

APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES. ALL ABOVE PASSENGERS ARE REQUIRED TO

UNDERTAKE A MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19 ON THE LAST DAY OF

THEIR QUARANTINE. THE ABOVE OBLIGATIONS INCLUDE CHILDREN FROM THE

AGE OF TWELVE (12) AND ABOVE.

AIRLINES ARE REQUIRED TO CONFIRM THE FULFILMENT OF THE ABOVE

REQUIREMENT BEFORE BOARDING. IN CASE OF VIOLATION OF THIS

OBLIGATION, PASSENGERS WILL BE REPATRIATED AT THE AIRLINER'S

RESPONSIBILITY AND EXPENSES.

PASSENGERS, REGARDLESS OF NATIONALITY, ARRIVING FROM ALBANIA,

ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, BULGARIA, CHINA, CUBA, EGYPT, GEORGIA, INDIA,

LIBYA, MOROCCO, NORTH MACEDONIA, PAKISTAN, THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION,

THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AND TURKEY, WHOSE ENTRANCE IS PERMITTED

ACCORDING TO AFOREMENTIONED CONDITIONS, MUST ALSO BE DIAGNOSED

NEGATIVE TO A MANDATORY MOLECULAR TEST (PCR) FOR COVID-19 OR

DIAGNOSTIC RAPID ANTIGEN TEST FOR COVID-19 (RAPID TEST) UPON

ARRIVAL, UNLESS THEY HAVE COMPLETED THE VACCINATION FOR CORONAVIRUS

COVID-19 AT LEAST FOURTEEN (14) DAYS BEFORE SCHEDULED ARRIVAL AND

PRESENT THE RELEVANT VACCINATION CERTIFICATE AS DESCRIBED IN POINT

1), OR PRESENT PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19, AS DESCRIBED IN

POINT 3) OF ENTRY CONDITIONS TO GREECE.

ALL OTHER PASSENGERS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO RANDOM COVID-19 RAPID

TESTS UPON ARRIVAL. AFTER BEING TESTED, THE PASSENGER REMAINS AT THE

ARRIVAL GATE AWAITING THE RESULT OF THE TEST. IF FOUND POSITIVE, A

TEN (10) DAY QUARANTINE UNDER SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED EITHER AT

THEIR HOME OR AT A DESIGNATED TEMPORARY RESIDENCE ASSIGNED BY THE

APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES. PASSENGERS HAVING COMPLETED COVID-19

VACCINATION AT LEAST FOURTEEN (14) DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL AND TESTED

POSITIVE TO COVID-19, ARE REQUIRED TO QUARANTINE FOR SEVEN (7) DAYS.

ALL ABOVE PASSENGERS ARE REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKE A MOLECULAR TEST

(PCR) FOR COVID-19 ON THE LAST DAY OF THEIR QUARANTINE.

THIRD COUNTRY NATIONALS SUBJECT TO THE PROHIBITION HEREIN HAVE THE

RIGHT TO SUBMIT REQUEST TO THE GREEK CONSULAR AUTHORITY OF THEIR

PLACE OF RESIDENCE OR STAY FOR THEIR EXCEPTIONAL ENTRY IN THE

COUNTRY FOR BUSINESS OR PERSONAL REASONS.

FROM: 11 NOV 2021  21:36   TO: 26 NOV 2021  04:00

Greenland

GREENLAND

Date:          June 3, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through July 2, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Greenland airspace is closed for all civil flights from outside BGGL FIR. 
  • Exempted are:
    • Direct flights from Danish airports
    • Flights to BGTL/Thule air base
    • Flights performing a tech/fuel stop only (no disembark) in BGSF, BGBW or BGKK
    • Flights with a destination outside BGGL FIR using en-route ALTN within BGGL FIR
  • Operators performing technical landings are required to follow airport’s instructions in order to ensure that the aircraft crew does not get in contact with the airport staff.
  • Third Country nationals can enter for worthy travel purpose only. 
  • From June 1, occupancy on commercial flights between Denmark and Greenland has been raised from 600 to 810 passengers per week. 


RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed.
  • Crew rest is allowed for technical reasons only.

 
QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All travelers are required to present a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours.
  • PCR test must have been taken in a Nordic country (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Faroe Islands, Iceland) prior to departure to Greenland. Any test administered in another country requires a pre-approval from Corona Secretariat: [email protected]
  • All travelers are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. One can only quarantine in 10 towns and 2 settlements known as ‘Open Places’. Open Places currently include Aasiaat, Ilulissat, Kangerlussuaq, Maniitsoq, Narsaq, Narsarsuaq, Nuuk, Paamiut, Qaqortoq, Qasigiannguit, Qeqertarsuaq and Sisimiut. Quarantine period can be shortened with a negative follow up test taken at earliest on the Day 5 after arrival. 
  • Changes from June 1:
    • Children under 2 years are no longer required to be present a negative Covid-19 test upon entry. These children should also not be tested for Covid-19 after their entry.
    • Persons who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 must from 1 June 2021 onwards no longer wait until the 5th day after entry to be tested. These people can be tested the day after their entry if the test center is open. If the test is negative, the person is no longer in quarantine and can therefore e.g. meeting at work or attending assemblies.


DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
July 2

 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


LATEST NOTAMS 
A0358/21

COVID-19: FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS.
ALL CIVIL PASSENGER FLIGHTS FROM OUTSIDE BGGL FIR, ARE BANNED FROM
LANDING AT AERODROMES WITHIN BGGL FIR.
FOLLOWING EXEMPTIONS APPLY:
1. DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM AERODROMES IN DENMARK
2. FLIGHTS TO BGTL.
3. FLIGHTS WITH STOP FOR NON-TRAFFIC PURPOSES AT KANGERLUSSUAQ,
NARSARSUAQ OR KULUSUK, PROVIDED THAT PASSENGERS DO NOT LEAVE THE
AIRCRAFT
4. FLIGHTS WITH DESTINATION OUTSIDE BGGL FIR USING FLIGHT PLAN
ALTERNATE WITHIN BGGL FIR.
IN SPECIAL CASES, EXEMPTION MAY BE GRANTED FOR FLIGHTS TRANSPORTING
CRITICAL PERSONNEL.
GUIDANCE FOR APPLICATION CAN BE FOUND VIA THE FOLLOWING LINK:
HTTPS://TBST.DK/EN/CIVIL-AVIATION/COVID19-OVERVIEW-OF-GUIDANCE-
MATERIAL-AND-INITIATIVES-IN-THE-AVIATION-AREA
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  12:52   TO: 01 JUL 2021  01:59

A0360/21
COVID-19. BASED ON A DECISION TAKEN BY THE GREENLAND AUTHORITIES,
SPECIAL RULES APPLY FOR ENTRY INTO GREENLAND FROM ABROAD. DETAILED
INFORMATION AVAILEBLE ON WWW.NUN.GL. FOR NON-SCHEDULED TRANSIENT
FLIGHTS - THE AIRPORT MANAGEMENT AT THE DESTINATION AIRPORT MUST BE
CONTACTED BEFORE COMMENCING THE FLIGHT FOR INFORMATION REGARDING
PRECAUTION. SEE SEPARATE NOTAMS FOR AFFECTED AIRPORTS.
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  18:15   TO: 01 JUL 2021  01:59 EST

BGBW 
A0368/21

COVID-19. BASED ON DECISION TAKEN BY THE GREENLANDIC AUTHORITIES.
IN CONNECTION WITH NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS FROM ABROAD, BGBW AFIS
MUST BE CONTACTED ON TELEPHONE 00299 38 28 55 FOR SUBMISSION OF A
SPECIAL FILL IN FORM WHICH MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED BEFORE
COMMENCING THE FLIGHT. OVERNIGHT STAYS FOR OTHER THAN TECHNICAL
REASONS CAN NOT BE ALLOWED.
FROM: 29 MAY 2021  13:56   TO: 01 JUL 2021  01:59

BGSF
A0361/21

COVID-19. BASED ON DECISION TAKEN BY THE GREENLANDIC AUTHORITIES.
IN CONNECTION WITH NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS FROM ABROAD, BGSF ARO
MUST BE CONTACTED ON TELEPHONE 00299 38 29 05 FOR SUBMISSION OF A
SPECIAL FILL IN FORM WHICH MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED BEFORE
COMMENCING THE FLIGHT. OVERNIGHT STAYS FOR OTHER THAN TECHNICAL
REASONS CAN NOT BE ALLOWED.
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  18:22   TO: 01 JUL 2021  01:59 EST

BGGH
B0651/21

COVID-19. BASED ON DECISION TAKEN BY THE GREENLANDIC AUTHORITIES.
IN CONNECTION WITH NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS FROM ABROAD, BGGH AFIS
MUST BE CONTACTED ON TELEPHONE 00299 32 75 53 FOR SUBMISSION OF A
SPECIAL FILL IN FORM WHICH MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED BEFORE
COMMENCING THE FLIGHT. OVERNIGHT STAYS FOR OTHER THAN TECHNICAL
REASONS CAN NOT BE ALLOWED.
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  18:37   TO: 01 JUL 2021  01:59 EST

BGKK
B0653/21

COVID-19. BASED ON DECISION TAKEN BY THE GREENLANDIC AUTHORITIES.
IN CONNECTION WITH NON-SCHEDULED FLIGHTS FROM ABROAD, BGKK AFIS
MUST BE CONTACTED ON TELEPHONE 00299 98 69 01 FOR SUBMISSION OF A
SPECIAL FILL IN FORM WHICH MUST BE FILLED OUT AND RETURNED BEFORE
COMMENCING THE FLIGHT. OVERNIGHT STAYS FOR OTHER THAN TECHNICAL
REASONS CAN NOT BE ALLOWED.
FROM: 27 MAY 2021  18:40   TO: 01 JUL 2021  01:59 EST

Guernsey (UK)

GUERNSEY (UK)

Date: 04/07/2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through May 1, 2021
CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Only essential travel is allowed under the following categories:
    • For a compassionate purpose (including fulfilling a legal obligation)
    • To become a new resident
    • As a critical worker
  • An approved Travel Permit is required prior traveling to Guernsey. Application is to be submitted at least 7 working days prior. More information is available at https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/travel/essential-travel/not-ordinarily-resident.
  • Mandatory PPR 24h prior is required for all non-scheduled traffic.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; prior permission is required.
  • Crew rest is allowed for long stay only; full quarantine requirements apply.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Mandatory 14-day quarantine is required for all travelers arriving in Guernsey from anywhere in the world. Travelers will be tested on Day 1 and Day 13; any positive follow up test result will lengthen the quarantine period to 21 days.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • May 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

EGJB
C2663/21    
COVID-19 INFORMATION: AD STRICTLY PPR TO NON-SCHEDULED TRAFFIC
ARRIVING FROM OUTSIDE THE BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY. AIRCRAFT MUST NOT
COMPLETE A FULL STOP LANDING WITHOUT RECEIVING PPR AND/OR SUBMITTING
THE COMPLETED DOCUMENTATION WITH COVID CRITICAL TRAVEL AS REQUIRED.
ALL FLIGHTS TO BE PLANNED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLIGHT PLANNING
PROCEDURES AND ALL TRAINING TO BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE WITH PROMULGATED
PROCEDURES. FOR PPR CONTACT GUERNSEY ATC ON +441481227766
FROM: 19 MAR 2021  18:00   TO: 30 APR 2021  23:59

EGJB
C2675/21
COVID 19 INFORMATION: BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY COVID 19 PROCEDURES
UFN. EXERCISING HER POWERS UNDER THE EMERGENCY POWERS (CORONAVIRUS)
(GENERAL PROVISION) (BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY) (NO. 3) REGULATIONS 2021,
THE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH HAS IMPOSED A REQUIREMENT ON ALL
PERSONS TRAVELLING INTO THE BAILIWICK TO SELF-ISOLATE. ALL COUNTRIES
AND REGIONS ARE CLASSIFIED AS CATEGORY 4 AND THEREFORE YOU MUST
SELF-ISOLATE UNTIL YOU HAVE RECEIVED A NEGATIVE RESULT FROM A DAY 1
AND A DAY 13 TEST. IF YOU DECLINE A DAY 1 AND A DAY 13 TEST, YOU WILL
HAVE TO SELF-ISOLATE FOR 21 DAYS. PLEASE NOTE THAT COMPLIANCE WITH
THE GUERNSEY BORDER AGENCY INSTRUCTIONS, PRESENTATION OF
IDENTIFICATION AND SELF-ISOLATION IS A LEGAL REQUIREMENT.
FROM: 22 MAR 2021  00:01   TO: 30 APR 2021  21:00

EGJB
C2706/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION: PILOTS AND PASSENGERS IN ALL NON-COMMERCIAL
AIRCRAFT ARRIVING IN GUERNSEY FROM OUTSIDE THE BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY
WILL BE REQUIRED TO HAVE REGISTERED ON THE TRAVEL TRACKER APP FOR THE
FLIGHT TO GUERNSEY: HTTPS://COVID19.GOV.GG/GUIDANCE/TRAVEL.
ARRIVING AIRCRAFT WILL BE DIRECTED TO ONE OF THE TWO FIXED-
BASE OPERATORS FOR PILOTS AND PASSENGER COVID TESTING AND DECLARATION
DOCUMENTATION
FROM: 22 MAR 2021  06:30   TO: 30 APR 2021  20:00

Hungary - Open with Restrictions - 09/16/2021

HUNGARY

Date:          September 16, 2021
Subject:      Latest Country Restrictions through September 21, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter with a PCR not older than 72 hours
Quarantine: Exempted with a PCR 72h

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry is allowed for:
    • Hungarian citizens and permanent residence permit holders
    • Passengers with covid immunity certificates issued by HUNGARY, SERBIA, MONTENEGRO, SLOVENIA, BAHRAIN, CROATIA, TURKEY, NORTH MACEDONIA, CZECHIA, MONGOLIA, GEORGIA, ROMANIA, MOLDOVA, SLOVAKIA, CYPRUS, ALBANIA, MOROCCO, UKRAINE, KAZAKHSTAN, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, UZBEKISTAN, RUSSIA and to minors under 18 years traveling in their company.
    • Passengers with EU Digital COVID certificates proving:
      • Full vaccination with EMA or Hungary approved vaccines; OR
      • PCR test not older than 72 hours prior entry
    • Passengers holding a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours and issued by any EU member / EU candidate state / OECD state / NATO state (e.g. USA) / Russia / China / United Arab Emirates/ Bahrein / Azerbaijan / Kazakhstan / Kyrgyzstan / Turkey / Uzbekistan. 
    • Passengers in transit; negative health screening upon entry as well as certification of purpose and destination is mandatory
    • Passengers for cultural or sports events; invitation letter is required as well as negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours
    • Citizens and residents of EU, EEA, EU CANDIDATE STATES, GREAT BRITAIN, NORTHERN IRELAND, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BAHRAIN, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, INDIA, INDONESIA, STATE OF ISRAEL, JAPAN, CHINA, RUSSIA, SINGAPORE, TURKEY, UKRAINE, KOREA, AZERBAIJAN, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN, UZBEKISTAN traveling for business or economic purposes (proof is required). Passengers arriving from business or economic activities are exempted from health screening and quarantine. 
    • Any other individual exemption requires prior permission.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed; Crew must stay at a designated hotel at the airport unless if listed on the business invitation letter. 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Passengers arriving for business or economic activities are exempted from the quarantine requirements. Crew members are to be listed on the invitation letter in order to avoid the quarantine during the stay.
  • Special quarantine and PCR requirements apply for passengers for cultural or sport events. 
  • Non-vaccinated travelers or travelers without a negative PCR test are are required to quarantine for 10 days. The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.


DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • September 21, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • GenDec is required for all private flights operating from/to Non-Schengen countries
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS 

A4180/21 
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS
ARRIVAL ENTRY AT HUNGARIAN AIRPORTS IS ALLOWED ONLY FOR HUNGARIAN
CITIZENS AND CITIZENS WITH PERMANENT RESIDENCE PERMIT IN HUNGARY AND
THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS, CITIZENS WITH ANY RESIDENCE PERMIT ISSUED BY
THE HUNGARIAN IMMIGRATION AUTHORITY WITH A LONGER VALIDITY THAN 90
DAYS, CITIZENS PROVIDING SATISFACTORY PROOF THAT THEY HAVE UNDERGONE
COVID-19 INFECTION WI SIX MONTHS PRIOR TO ENTRY.
PASSENGERS RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO PERSONS WITH COVID-19
IMMUNITY CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY HUNGARY, SERBIA, MONTENEGRO,
SLOVENIA, BAHRAIN, CROATIA, TURKEY, NORTH MACEDONIA, CZECHIA,
MONGOLIA, GEORGIA, ROMANIA, MOLDOVA, SLOVAKIA, CYPRUS, ALBANIA,
MOROCCO, UKRAINE, KAZAKHSTAN, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, UZBEKISTAN,
RUSSIA AND TO MINORS UNDER 18 YEARS IN THEIR COMPANY.
PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO PERSONS WITH EU DIGITAL COVID
CERTIFICATE PROVING THAT THEY ARE VACCINATED WITH EMA APPROVED
VACCINES OR WITH VACCINES ON WHO EMERGENCY LIST OR WITH VACCINES
APPROVED AND USED IN HUNGARY VACCINATED AT LEAST ONCE WI LESS
THAN ONE YEAR, OR THAT THEY HAVE ONE NEGATIVE SARS-COVID2 PCR TEST
WI 72 HOURS BEFORE ENTRY.
PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO PERSONS WITH NEGATIVE
SARS-COVID2 PCR TEST IN HUNGARIAN OR ENGLISH CONDUCTED IN ANY EU
MEMBER, EU CANDIDATE, OECD OR NATO STATE, IN RUSSIA, CHINA, UNITED
ARAB EMIRATES, BAHREIN, AZERBAIJAN, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN, TURKEY
OR UZBEKISTAN. 
PASSENGERS IN TRANSIT ARE ALLOWED TO ENTER IN CASE OF NEGATIVE
HEALTH SCREENING AT ENTRY, IF THEY ARE ABLE TO CERTIFY THE PURPOSE
AND DESTINATION OF THEIR TRAVEL AND THEIR ENTRY INTO A NEIGHBOURING
COUNTRY OF HUNGARY ON THEIR WAY TO THEIR FINAL DESTINATION IS
ENSURED.
PASSENGERS ARRIVING FOR CULTURAL OR SPORT EVENTS IN HUNGARY ARE
ALLOWED TO ENTER WITH A TICKET OF THE EVENT PROVIDED THAT THEY HAVE
ONE NEGATIVE SARS-COV2 PCR TEST RESULTS WITHIN 3 DAYS BEFORE ENTRY
CERTIFIED BY A DOCUMENT IN HUNGARIAN OR ENGLISH.
CITIZENS OF EU, EEA, EU CANDIDATE STATES, GREAT BRITAIN, NORTHERN
IRELAND, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BAHRAIN, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES,
INDIA, INDONESIA, STATE OF ISRAEL, JAPAN, CHINA, RUSSIA, SINGAPORE,
TURKEY, UKRAINE, KOREA, AZERBAIJAN, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN,
UZBEKISTAN AND CITIZENS WITH RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THESE COUNTRIES
WITH LONGER VALIDITY THAN 90 DAYS ARE ALLOWED TO ENTER DOING
BUSINESS OR ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN HUNGARY AND THIS CAN BE
PROVED AT ENTRY.
THESE PASSENGERS ARRIVING FOR BUSINESS OR ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ARE
EXEMPTED FROM HEALTH SCREENING AND QUARANTINE.
SPECIAL QUARANTINE MEASURES APPLY FOR PASSENGERS FOR CULTURAL OR
SPORT EVENTS.
ANY OTHER INDIVIDUAL EXEMPTION REQUIRES PRIOR PERMISSION. EVERYBODY
ENTERING HUNGARY MAY BE SUBJECT TO HEALTH SCREENING AND
QUARANTINED. 
FROM: 06 SEP 2021  07:21   TO: 20 SEP 2021  23:59 ES

Iceland - Open with Restrictions - 12/01/2021

ICELAND

 

Date:               December 1, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through December 16, 2021

 

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

US aircraft: Allowed to land

Passengers form USA: Allowed to enter for any travel reason.

  • Vaccinated / Recovered: Vaccination/Recovery certificate + PCR/Antigen 72h. No quarantine.
  • Non-vaccinated: PCR 72h + testing upon arrival + quarantine 5 days + follow up test.

 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Travel restrictions apply to all third-country citizens.
  • Following travelers are allowed to enter for all travel reasons:
    • Icelandic citizens.
    • EU/EEA and EFTA citizens as well as citizens of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City.
    • Close relatives of Icelandic or other EU/EEA or EFTA citizens or citizens of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican city.
    • UK nationals (and their family members) benefiting from the BREXIT Separation Agreement who have a right of residence in Iceland prior to Jan 01, 2021.
    • Foreign citizens with a valid residence permit in Iceland or in any other EU/EEA/EFTA state, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino or Vatican city.
    • Close relatives of the above mentioned residence permit holders.
    • Foreign citizens with proven residence in and travelling from the following countries: ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, CANADA, CHILE, COLOMBIA, HONG KONG SAR, ISRAEL, JORDAN, KOSOVO, KUWAIT, LEBANON, MACAO SAR, MOLDOVA, MONTENEGRO, NAMIBIA, NEW ZEALAND, NORTH MACEDONIA, PERU, QATAR, RWANDA, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, UKRAINE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, URUGUAY.   
    • Foreign citizens who can provide a full vaccination certificate or recovery certificate.
    • Foreign citizens exempted due to essential travel:
      • Passengers in airport transit.
      • Employees in healthcare services and geriatric services.
      • Employees responsible for the transportation of goods and services.
      • Individuals needing international protection.
      • Individuals travelling because of an acute family incident.
      • Staff of diplomatic missions; and other representatives of foreign countries; international organization staff and their guests who need to travel to the country due to the activities of these organizations; members of armed forces travelling to Iceland for duty; humanitarian aid workers; staff of civil protection; and family members of the aforementioned parties.
      • Students.
      • Persons who essentially need to travel to Iceland for business purposes or work of such a nature that it cannot be postponed or performed abroad; proof and declaration form are required.
  • Icelandic authorities do not grant any authorization before travelling to Iceland. Passengers need to bring the necessary documents confirming exemption from travel restrictions to submit at the border on arrival in Iceland. No exemptions other than those explicitly mentioned below will be granted and consequently all such requests will be rejected. The final decision on entry is made by border guards on arrival.

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Passengers fully vaccinated / recovered:
    • Travel restrictions do not apply to foreign citizens who can provide appropriate proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a prior COVID-19 infection that fulfills requirements set forth by the Chief Epidemiologist
    • All travellers must pre-register at https://visit.covid.is/ before arriving in Iceland and confirm their departure day, if available.
    • Present a certificate of full vaccination, or a certificate of previous infection, at the border.  If a certificate is not valid the individual needs to undergo 2 tests and quarantine for 5 days in between.
    • 14 days have to have passed from the second dose (or 14 days from Janssen/Johnson & Johnson dose) for a certificate to be valid. If the time is shorter than 14 days, the traveler needs to undergo testing at the border and follow the rules on home quarantine until a negative result is obtained.
    • Those who live in Iceland, or who have a network here, must go for COVID-19 testing within 48 hours of arriving in Iceland. They do not have to present a negative COVID-19 test at the border. Testing can be obtained at the border in Keflavík or at the health care centres all over Iceland. There is no need to quarantine while waiting for the results of this test, but travellers are asked to attend to personal infection control, limit contact with vulnerable individuals and be alert to the symptoms of COVID-19.
    • Rules for travellers without a network in Iceland: Vaccinated passengers, and those with prior infection of COVID-19, need to present a negative covid-19 test either a PCR or Rapid antigen test. NB. self-tests are not accepted. The test must have been taken within 72 hours before departure on the first leg of the journey. A fine for not presenting a negative COVID-19 test at the border is 100.000 ISK.
    • If a traveller has recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, they do not need to present a negative PCR or rapid antigen test at the border. Instead, a positive PCR test must be presented that is older than 14 days (isolation completed) but younger than 180 days. These individuals do not have to take a rapid antigen test or PCR test within 48 hours due to their connection with the country.
    • Testing and quarantine of children: Children under the age of 18 are permitted to travel to Iceland with their parents, given the parents are exempt from travel restrictions to Iceland. However, children born in or before 2004 need to undergo testing at the border, quarantine for 5 days and then be tested a second time, unless they have a certificate of full vaccination. Children born in 2005 or later are exempt from the rules at the border.
    • It is recommended that travellers download the Ranking C-19 app. It is used, amongst other things, to communicate negative test results and helps to trace infections if necessary.
  • Passengers without a vaccination / recovery certificate:
    • Travel restrictions do not apply to other EEA/EFTA-citizens and citizens of Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican
      • Third-country citizens are still not authorized to travel to Iceland unless exemptions apply. Note: As of January 1, 2021, UK nationals have the status of third-country nationals.
    • All travellers must pre-register before arriving in Iceland and confirm their departure day, if available.
    • Rules for travellers without a network in Iceland: Present a negative PCR test certificate against COVID-19. Rapid antigen tests are not valid. The test must have been taken within 72 hours before departure on the first leg of the journey. A fine for not presenting a negative PCR-test is at the border is 100.000 ISK.
      • Travelers must undergo testing upon arrival to Iceland.
    • Quarantine and second testing: Everybody must quarantine for five days and go for another test at the end of quarantine. Please note that a new day begins at midnight. People may quarantine at home provided that their accommodation meets certain conditionsHere is a list of accommodations that accommodate guests in quarantine.
      • Go directly to the quarantine location from the border entry point by airport bus, taxi, rental car or private car. Travellers are advised to stay overnight at a guesthouse near the border entry point if they are tired or the weather is bad.
    • Testing and quarantine of children: Children under the age of 18 are permitted to travel to Iceland with their parents, given the parents are exempt from travel restrictions to Iceland. However, children born in or before 2004 need to undergo testing at the border, quarantine for 5 days and then be tested a second time, unless they have a certificate of full vaccination. Children born in 2005 or later are exempt from the rules at the border.
      • The second testing is done at health centres around Iceland. A bar code is sent to a mobile phone the night before testing. Please note the different opening hours for testing.
    • A positive result will always result in isolation, and in such cases, the instructions on home isolation must be followed. If an individual is diagnosed with a variant of the virus that is more contagious and/or causes a more serious illness, the person in question is unconditionally required to stay in a quarantine hotel. Isolation in the quarantine hotel is free of charge, and referral is in the hands of the infection tracing team and the COVID Outpatient Department at Landspítali.
    • It is recommended that travellers download the Rakning C-19 app. It is used, amongst other things, to communicate negative testing results and helps to trace infections if necessary.
    • A tourist is obliged to pre-register a departure date from Iceland if it is available. If the length of stay is shorter than the required time in quarantine, it will be examined separately, as there is a risk that the person in question will not follow the rules on quarantine.
    • Vaccination certificates:

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

December 16

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All foreign travelers entering Iceland are required to fill out a Pre-Registration form online: https://visit.covid.is/
  • Passengers are recommended to download and use the COVID-19 app “Rakning C-19”. The app contains important information on COVID-19 and how to contact the health care service in Iceland: https://covid.is/app
  • Detailed information is available at: www.covid.is and www.utl.is

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0705/21

COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS ARE

 IN EFFECT FOR TRAVEL TO ICELAND.

AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING PASSENGERS

TO ICELAND SHALL CHECK, BEFORE PASSENGERS

BOARD AN AIRCRAFT, WHETHER THEIR PASSENGERS

HAVE FILLED OUT A PRE-REGISTRATION FORM ON

 WWW.COVID.IS AND HAVE THE REQUIRED

CERTIFICATE OR ATTESTATION OF

 EITHER (A) A FULL VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19 (SARS-COV-2),

 OR (B) HAVING HAD COVID-19 (A PREVIOUS SARS-COV-2 INFECTION)

 AND ARE NO LONGER INFECTED. 

PASSENGERS UNABLE TO PRESENT (A) OR (B) ARE

REQUIRED TO PRESENT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST NOT

OLDER THAN 72 HOURS OLD AT DEPARTURE TO ICELAND.

FURTHER REQUIREMENTS ARE APPLICABLE TO

PASSENGERS ENTERING ICELAND WHEN

 PASSING THROUGH BORDER CONTROL.

FOR GUIDANCE  AND INFORMATION REFER

TO HTTPS://WWW.LANDLAEKNIR.IS/KORONAVEIRA/    AND WWW.COVID.IS

FROM: 29 NOV 2021  15:07   TO: 28 FEB 2022  23:59

Ireland - Open with Restrictions - 11/16/2021

IRELAND

Date:        November 16, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through December 01, 2021

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to enter
  • Passenger locator Form before arriving in Ireland.
  • Proof of vaccination, or
  • Proof of recovery, or
  • Negative PCR 72 hours prior to arrival into Ireland, 
  • EU Digital COVID Certificate Accepted.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • If you are travelling to Ireland from abroad you must fill out a Passenger Locator Form before departure. (International transport workers e.g. air crew exempted.)
  • You also have to have appropriate valid proof of vaccination or recovery, or to present evidence of a negative RT-PCR result from a test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival into the country. 
  • A relevant EU Digital COVID Certificate based on vaccination, recovery or a negative RT-PCR test constitutes valid proof.
  • Non RT-PCR tests are not accepted when travelling to Ireland and passengers with a Digital COVID Certificate based on a non RT-PCR test (for example, antigen tests) require proof of an additional negative RT-PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival.
  • In situations where a person is required to present evidence of a negative/'not detected' RT-PCR test prior to travel, and is unable to do so due to persistently positive RT-PCR test after recovery, then a positive RT-PCR result will be acceptable which was taken no less than 11 days and no more than 180 days prior to arrival to the State.
  • Passengers arriving into Ireland from overseas:
    • Ireland is now a part of the EU Digital COVID Certificate for travel originating within the EU/EEA.
    • If you arrive into Ireland from overseas you will be asked to show valid proof of vaccination or valid proof that you have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 180 days.
    • If you do not have valid proof of vaccination or recovery, you will need to present evidence of a negative RT-PCR result from a test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival into the country.
    • If you cannot present any evidence of immunity or a recent RT-PCR test result, you may be denied boarding. If you arrive in Ireland without proof of vaccination, proof recovery or a valid RT-PCR test result, you will be required to take a test within 36 hours of arrival.
    • Post arrival quarantine is no longer required.
  • Exemptions:
    • Passengers who do not need to provide evidence of a pre-departure RT-PCR test (where applicable)a person arriving in the State in the course of their duty and who hold a valid Annex 3 certificate (ensuring the availability of goods and essential services)
      • passengers with a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate based on a vaccination or recovery certificate (or accepted alternative documents)
      • people who are travelling in the course of their duties and are an international transport worker in possession of an annex 3 certificate, the driver of a heavy goods vehicle or are aviation crew or maritime crew
      • patients travelling to Ireland for urgent medical reasons, and that reason is certified by a registered medical practitioner or person with equivalent qualifications outside the State
      • children aged 11 and under
      • passengers whose journey originated in Northern Ireland and have not been overseas in the 14-day prior to arrival
      • a member of the Gardaí or Defence Forces personnel travelling to the State in the course of performing his or her duties
      • a person who travels to the State pursuant to an arrest warrant, extradition proceedings or other mandatory legal obligation
      • travel to perform the function of or provide services to an office holder or elected representative, where such travel to Ireland is required to continue providing such services or performing such functions
      • if a citizen has a genuine humanitarian emergency requiring urgent travel, and might not be able to obtain the result of a pre-departure RT-PCR test in time, they should contact the nearest embassy or consulate immediately for advice and consular assistance before commencing their journey
  • Proof of Vaccination
    • A relevant EU Digital COVID Certificate based on vaccination, recovery or a negative RT-PCR test constitutes valid proof.
    • A non-Digital COVID Certificate proof of vaccination means a record or evidence in written or electronic form in English or Irish or an official translation into Irish or English which contains the following:
      • confirmation that the person to whom the record or evidence refers is a vaccinated person
      • the date or dates on which the person was vaccinated
      • the body in the state concerned implementing the vaccination programme (howsoever described) on behalf of the state that administered or caused to be administered the vaccination to the person concerned
      • the HSE Vaccination Card is an example of acceptable non-Digital COVID Certificate proof of vaccination
      • Approved Vaccines:
        • For the purposes of travel, passengers are considered vaccinated if they have been vaccinated with a product listed below after the recommended number of days after the final dose, see table below.
    • A full course of any one of the following vaccines:    Regarded as vaccinated after:
      • 2 doses of Pfizer-BioNtech Vaccine: BNT162b2 (Comirnaty®)    7 days
      • 2 doses of Moderna Vaccine: CX-024414 (Moderna®)    14 days
      • 2 doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine: ChAdOx1-SARS-COV-2 (Vaxzevria® or Covishield)    15 days
      • 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Vaccine: Ad26.COV2-S [recombinant] (Janssen®)    14 days
      • 2 doses of Coronavac (Sinovac)    14 days
      • 2 doses of Sinopharm BIBP    14 days
      • A heterologous (mixed) dose of any of the above vaccines    Apply the information above as it applies to the second dose
      • A single dose of any of the above vaccines administered within 180 days of a positive RT-PCR test result. The traveller must hold proof of the positive test and the vaccine dose    Apply the information above as it applies to the administered vaccine
  • Proof of Recovery:
    • A non-Digital COVID Certificate ‘proof of recovery’ means a record or evidence in written or electronic form in English or Irish or an official translation into Irish or English which contains the following:
      • name
      • date of birth
      • disease from which holder has recovered
      • date of holder’s first positive NAAT test result
      • Member State or third country in which test was carried out
      • certificate issuer
      • dates the certificate is valid from and valid until (not more than 180 days after the date of first positive NAAT test result)
  • Proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test
    • Ireland is now a part of the EU Digital COVID Certificate for travel originating within the EU/EEA. The Digital COVID Certificate will make it easier to travel to and from these countries and will be accepted as proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test.
  • Travelling with children
    • Children between the ages of 12 and 17 will be required to have a negative RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival to travel into the country, unless they have valid proof of vaccination or recovery.
    • Children of any age, travelling with accompanying vaccinated or recovered adults will not be required to self-quarantine post arrival. However, where one accompanying adult needs to self-quarantine, then all children must also self-quarantine.
  • More information is available at www.gov.ie.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Pre-boarding requirement from July 12: All passengers are required to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator form: www.gov.ie/locatorform
  • Crew is exempted from the above PLF requirement.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

B1139/21
COVID-19. VACCINE FLIGHTS
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK 
APPROVAL FROM THE IRISH AVIATION AUTHORITY AT 
EXEMPTED.FLIGHTS(AT)IAA.IE FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH 
FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE 
SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS 
CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE 
FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 09 SEP 2021  20:49   TO: 08 OCT 2021  23:59 ES

Isle of Man (UK) - Openwith Restrictions - 09/24/2021

ISLE OF MAN (UK)

Date: September 24, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through October 24, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to enter
US passengers:
-    Fully vaccinated allowed to enter. No quarantine.
-    Non-vaccinated allowed for essential travel only with a prior permission. Self-isolation 7 days. 
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry to the Isle of Man still has restrictions. All non-resident travelers are required to complete either a vaccination exemption form or apply for an entry permit and complete a landing form no more than 48 hours prior arrival. 
  • Travelers need to check which ‘entry pathway’ they would be eligible for and follow the procedures:
    • Pathway 1: No isolation or testing
      • The Isle of Man is currently allowing test and isolation-free travel for Isle of Man residents and non-residents who are either:
        • 18 or over and have had the full course of an approved COVID-19 vaccine (two doses of either Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford/AstraZeneca, or Moderna or one dose of Johnson and Johnson).
        • Aged 16 or 17 and have had at least one dose of the PfizerBioNTEch COVID-19 vaccine.
        • On arrival, at least two weeks has passed since the full course was administered.
        • Travelers have not visited any country on the red travel list in the 10 days prior to their arrival. 
      • Full details on Pathway 1: https://covid19.gov.im/travel/pathway-1-vaccination-exemption-and-natural-immunity-exemption/ 
    • Pathway 2: Test to release
      • Isle of Man residents: For those who are not fully vaccinated who have travelled to countries on the green travel list in the 10 days before arrival to the Isle of Man.
      • Non-Isle of Man residents: For those who are not fully vaccinated and who are eligible to travel (compassionate visitors, immediate family or partners, property owners or workers/those with contractual obligations/key workers) - that have only travelled within the Common Travel Area (UK, IOM, Ireland and Channel Islands) or any countries on the green travel list in the 10 days before arrival to the Isle of Man.
      • On this pathway you will be required to:
        • Have a COVID-19 Test within 48 hours of arrival
        • Isolate until you receive a negative result
        • Take another test on day 6 for ongoing monitoring and assurance purposes. The day 6 test is essential – if this is missed, you will be required to self-isolate for 21 days or until you have re-booked and received a negative result.
      • Full details on Pathway 2: https://covid19.gov.im/travel/pathway-2-test-to-release/ 
    • Pathway 3: 7 day isolation
      • Applies to Manx Residents or those who are eligible to travel (compassionate visitors, immediate family or partners, property owners or workers/those with contractual obligations/key workers) who have not completed the full course of any approved vaccine and have visited any amber countries on the travel list in the 10 days before their arrival to the Isle of Man.
      • On this pathway you will be required to:
        • Have a COVID-19 Test within 48 hours of arrival
        • Isolate for 7 days
        • Take a further test on day 6 free of charge – if this is negative you may leave isolation on day 7, if it is positive you must continue to isolate until you receive a negative result
      • Full details on Pathway 3: https://covid19.gov.im/travel/pathway-3-7-day-isolation/
    • Pathway 4: Non-testing pathway
      • Applies to Manx Residents and those who are eligible to travel (compassionate visitors, immediate family or partners, property owners or workers/those with contractual obligations/key workers) who do NOT wish to undergo any testing upon arrival.
      • On this pathway you will be required to:
        • Isolate for 21 days
        • Travelers required to avoid all health and social care settings – except to seek emergency treatment – until the end of their isolation period
        • Travelers must not isolate with anyone who has not travelled with them
      • Full details on Pathway 4: https://covid19.gov.im/travel/non-testing-pathway/

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is not allowed
  • Crew rest is not allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See different pathways under Business Flight Restrictions

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • October 23, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

B2133/21    
COVID-19: EMERGENCY DIVERSIONS. THE ABILITY FOR AERODROMES TO
ACCEPT NON-EMERGENCY DIVERSIONS MAY BE LIMITED DURING COVID-19. 
NON-EMERGENCY DIVERSION REQUESTS WILL TAKE TIME TO COORDINATE AND 
OPERATORS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THE EXPECTED ALTERNATE MAY NOT BE 
ABLE TO ACCEPT THE REQUEST AND ALTERNATE OPTIONS MAY NEED TO BE 
CONSIDERED IN ADVANCE. SHOULD A DIVERSION EXPECT TO ARRIVE WITH LESS 
THAN THE FINAL RESERVE FUEL THE COMMANDER SHALL IMMEDIATELY INFORM 
ATC AND DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. AIRCRAFT EMERGENCIES WILL BE OFFERED 
ANY SUITABLE AND AVAILABLE AERODROME. 2001-05-0459/AS3.

Italy - Open with Restrictions - 11/11/2021

ITALY

Date:               November 11, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through December 01, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US Aircraft: Allowed to land
Vaccinated (US):  Vaccination/Recovery certificate + PCR 72h required.
Non-Vaccinated (US): PCR 72 HR + Quarantine 5 days + Follow up PCR.

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to enter
  • Vaccinated passengers (US)
    • Vaccinated certificate, or
    • Recover certificate, & 
    • Negative PCR - 72 hours prior to arrival 
  • Un-vaccinated passengers (US)
    • Negative PCR 72 hours
    • 05 Day Quarantine
    • Follow up PCT

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Following travel restrictions apply:
  • A – Vatican City and San Marino: No restrictions
  • B – Countries and territories with a low epidemiological profile, which will be identified – among those in list C below – by the Ministry of Health, in agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. Currently, there are no Countries in this list.
  • C – Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (including the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion, Mayotte and excluding other overseas territories outside the European mainland), Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands (excluding other overseas territories outside the European mainland), Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including the territories in Africa), Sweden, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Andorra, Monaco:
    • Persons travelling to Italy from any of these Countries will need to:
      • Compile the digital Passenger Locator Form
      • Present the EU Digital Covid Certificate (Green Pass) proving the person has been fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 or presenting a negative PCR/antigen test not older than 48 hours.
      • Passengers unable to present the above are required to self-isolate for 5 days and take a follow up swab test. 
    • There are exceptions to obligation to present a green pass, see further below.
  • D – Saudi Arabia, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Israel, New Zealand, Qatar, United Kingdom (including Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Channel Islands and British bases on the island of Cyprus and excluding territories outside mainland Europe), Republic of Korea, Singapore, United States of America, Ukraine, Uruguay; Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions:
    • Persons travelling to Italy from any of these Countries will need to:
      • Compile the digital Passenger Locator Form
      • Present a negative (molecular or antigen) swab test taken within the last 72 hours before entering Italy (48 hours in case arriving from the UK)
      • Present the Covid-19 vaccine passport providing proof that the person has been fully vaccinated
      • Self-isolate under medical supervision for 5 days and take a follow up swab test. 
      • Travellers who lack a Covid-19 vaccination certificate shall be required to comply with the mandatory swab test obligation and must also self-isolate under medical supervision for a period of 5 days, after which they must take a new (molecular or antigen) swab test. 
    • Limitedly to Canada, Japan and the United States of America: persons travelling to Italy after
    • having transited through or stayed in any of these Countries in the prior 14 days may also present a certificate proving that they have recovered from Covid-19 instead of the vaccine passport.
  • E - All other Countries not included in the above lists (including Aruba, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Dominican republic and the tourist zones of Sharm El Sheikh and Marsa Alam in Egypt):
    • Travel to these Countries is allowed exclusively for work, study, health or other absolutely essential reasons or to return to one’s home or place of residence or to the home of a person with whom they are in a proven stable emotional relationship.
    • Travelers who transited through or stayed in these countries within the last 14 days are allowed to enter Italy exclusively for specific reasons, such as, work, study, health, or other absolutely essential reasons, or to return to their home or place of residence. 
    • Persons travelling to Italy from any of these Countries will need to:
      • Compile the Digital Passenger Locator Form
      • Present a negative (molecular or antigen) swab test taken within the last 72 hours before entering Italy and 
      • Self-isolate under medical supervision for 10 days at their final destination in Italy. 
      • After the period of self-isolation, it is mandatory to take a follow up molecular or antigenic test. 
  • APPROVED VACCINES
    • Following vaccines are recognized by Italian Authorities:
      • Vaccines recognized by EMA (Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen, AstraZeneca) 
      • Covishield (serum Institute of India), manufactured under license from AstraZeneca
      • R-CoVI (R-Pharm), manufactured under license from AstraZeneca
      • Covid-19 vaccine-recombinant (Fiocruz), manufactured under license from AstraZeneca
  • ENTRY OF MINORS
    • Children below 6 years are exempted from testing requirements. 
    • Minors below 18 years traveling with a parent who is not required to quarantine (with vaccination or recovery certificate) are exempted from quarantine requirements. 
  • EXCEPTIONS TO THE SELF-ISOLATION REQUIREMENT
    • Provided that the persons travelling to Italy do not show any COVID-19 symptoms, and subject – in any case – to the presentation of a passenger locator form (PLF) and, where required, of a molecular or antigen swab test, the self-isolation under medical supervision requirement shall not apply to: 
      • a) persons entering Italy for work reasons regulated by specific security protocols approved by the competent health authorities; 
      • b) persons entering Italy for reasons that cannot be postponed, subject to prior authorisation given by the Ministry of Health; 
      • c) citizens and residents of a Member State of the European Union and of the other Countries and territories listed in lists A, B, C and D entering Italy for proven work reasons; d) health personnel entering Italy to practice a healthcare profession; 
      • e) employees of corporations or entities with headquarters or branch offices in Italy and travelling abroad for proven work reasons for no longer than one hundred and twenty hours;
      • f) officials and other servants, however designated, of the European Union or international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and personnel, military personnel, including any personnel returning from international missions, and members of law enforcement agencies, personnel of Italian State intelligence and security agencies and fire-fighting personnel on active duty;
      • g) students attending a study programme in a Country other than the Country of residence or home Country, to which they return on a daily basis or at least once a week;
      • h) persons travelling on «Covid-tested» flights, in accordance with the Ordinance issued by the Minister of Health on 23 November 2020, as amended;
      • i) persons entering Italy to take part in sports competitions of national interest, in accordance with 49, paragraph 5, of DPCM of 2 March 2021
  • EXCEPTIONS TO THE TESTING AND SELF-ISOLATION REQUIREMENTS 
    • Provided that the persons travelling to Italy do not show any COVID-19 symptoms, and subject – in any case – to the presentation of a passenger locator form (PLF), unless otherwise indicated, the molecular or antigen swab testing prior to entry to Italy and self-isolation under medical supervision requirements shall not apply to: 
      • a) transport crew members; 
      • b) haulage workers; 
      • c) persons travelling to and from the Countries and territories included in list A; 
      • d) cross-border workers entering and leaving the Country for proven work reasons and returning to their home or place of residence; 
      • e) students attending a study programme in a Country other than the Country of residence or home Country, to which they return on a daily basis or at least once a week. 
      • f) persons travelling through Italy, by private transport, for a period of no more than thirty-six hours, subject to the obligation to immediately leave the Country at the end of the said period, or, if unable to do so, to start a period of supervised self-isolation at the address specified in the PLF, for a period of five days, after which they shall be required to take a molecular or antigen swab test; 
      • g) persons entering Italy for a period not exceeding one hundred and twenty hours for proven work, health, or absolutely essential reasons, subject to the obligation to immediately leave the Country at the end of the said period, or, if unable to do so, to start a period of supervised self-isolation at the address specified in the PLF, for a period of five days, after which they shall be required to take a molecular or antigen swab test; 
      • h) persons entering Italy after a stay of no more than forty-eight hours in a foreign destination at a distance of no more than 60 km from the place of residence, domicile or dwelling, provided that they are travelling by private vehicle. In this case, it shall not be necessary to compile a digital passenger locator form (PLF); 
      • i) persons staying for no more than forty-eight hours in a location in Italy at a distance of no more than 60 km from the place of residence, domicile or dwelling, provided that they are travelling by private vehicle. In this case, it shall not be necessary to compile a digital passenger locator form (PLF).
  • SPECIFIC RULES APPLYING TO THE TRAVEL CORRIDORS TO ARUBA, MALDIVES, MAURITIUS, SEYCHELLES, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, EGYPT (LIMITEDLY TO THE TOURIST ZONES OF SHARM EL SHEIKH AND MARSA ALAM):
    • Covid-free travel corridors are considered to be all itineraries departing from and arriving in Italy for tourist travel to Aruba, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Dominican Republic, Egypt (limitedly to the tourist zones of Sharm El Sheikh and Marsa Alam). 
    • Only persons holding one of the COVID-19 green certifications or equivalent certification, 
    • according to the applicable regulations, are authorized to travel.
    • Persons departing from Italy are also required to present to the carrier on boarding, and to the
    • competent control authorities, proof of having taken a molecular or antigenic swab test, within fortyeight hours prior to departure, with a negative result, and to take a further molecular or antigenic test in the foreign country of destination, if they will be staying there for longer than seven days.
    • On returning to Italy, the same persons shall be exempt from the obligation to quarantine under medical supervision if, at the time of boarding, they present to the carrier, and to the other competent control authorities, proof of a negative molecular or antigenic swab test taken within 48 hours prior to boarding and then take another molecular or antigenic test at the airport upon arrival in Italy.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See business flight restrictions for details.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 01, 2021 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All passengers and crew arriving from abroad must compile a Digital Passenger Locator Form and give proof of such subscription to the Carrier before boarding at origin. Form is available at: https://app.euplf.eu/#/
  • All passengers entering by air transport must check the entry conditions on the Ministry of Health’s website www.salute.gov.it and/or Italian Civil Aviation Authority website www.enac.gov.it before the flight.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A7762/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION:
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES,
ACFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK
APPROVAL FROM 'PRESIDENZA DEL CONSIGLIO DEI MINISTRI-UFFICIO PER
I VOLI DI STATO DI GOVERNO ED UMANITARI' PHONE +390667793513,
EMAIL: UFFICIOVOLI(AT)GOVERNO.IT OR UFFICIOVOLI(AT)MAILBOX.GOVERNO.IT
FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL.
UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN
ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN.
ACFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID-19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST
APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
REF AIP ENR 1.9-5
FROM: 25 OCT 2021  07:53   TO: 22 JAN 2022  23:59 EST

A7763/21
COVID-19: RESTRICTIONS.
ENTRY AND TRANSIT IN THE NATIONAL TERRITORY IS REGULATED
AS PRESCRIBED WITH THE DECREES OF PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL MINISTER
OF 02/03/2021 (WWW.GOVERNO.IT) AND ALSO ACCORDING TO
ORDINANCES OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF 22 OCT 2021.
MORE DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH'S WEB SITE
(WWW.SALUTE.GOV.IT
FROM: 25 OCT 2021  07:55   TO: 15 DEC 2021  23:59 EST

Jersey (UK)

JERSEY (UK)

Date:  May 03, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through May 17, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS 
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • The Government of Jersey advises against all travel to, from or via countries that are currently on the UK's red list. Any passengers wishing to travel to Jersey from or via any country on the UK red list must do so on commercial services via the UK and must first comply with the UK requirements. Those completing a stay at a quarantine hotel in the UK are allowed to travel onwards to Jersey. All passengers arriving in Jersey must comply with Jersey's border testing and quarantine regime under the Safer Travel Guidance.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All passengers aged 11 and over are required to complete the Safer Travel Registration online within 48 hours prior arrival: https://goj-bat.powerappsportals.com/
  • Travelers must declare their travel history for the last 14 days. Depending on the information provided, passengers will be subject to different testing and isolation requirements within 3 categories (Green, Amber, Red)
    • Green: Testing on Day 0, Day 5 and Day 10 / Isolation until Day 0 negative result.
    • Amber: Testing on Day 0, Day 5 and Day 10 / Isolation until Day 5 negative result.
    • Red: Testing on Day 0, Day 5 and Day 10 / Isolation until Day 10 negative result.
  • Classifications currently apply for the UK and Crown Dependencies. Classifications for other countries will resume no sooner than Monday 17 May. More information on classification is available at https://www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/Travel/Pages/DeclaringTravelHistory.aspx
  • All passengers are offered testing on arrival into Jersey free of charge. Passengers who do not take part in the testing must isolate for 14 days.
  • Flight crew is exempted from the pre-registration and PCR test requirements; however, the crew is required to self-isolate during the stay.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • May 17, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

EGJJ
C2728/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION:
AIRCREW OPERATING SCHEDULED ARRIVALS TO JERSEY ARE REQUESTED TO
BROADCAST AN INFLIGHT MESSAGE TO PASSENGERS AS FOLLOWS: UNDER THE
GOVERNMENT OF JERSEY'S COVID-19 SAFER TRAVEL POLICY, ALL ARRIVING
PASSENGERS MUST REGISTER FOR CONTACT TRACING PURPOSES. IN ADDITION
ALL ARRIVING PASSENGERS MUST EITHER SELF ISOLATE FOR 14 DAYS ON
ARRIVAL OR TAKE PART IN THE SAFER TRAVEL TESTING PROGRAMME. FURTHER
DETAILS WILL BE PROVIDED ON YOUR ARRIVAL.
FROM: 22 MAR 2021  16:00   TO: 31 MAY 2021  20:30

C2729/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION:
NON RESIDENT COMMERCIAL AIRCREW AND FLIGHT STAFF OPERATING FLIGHTS
INTO JERSEY WITH OVERNIGHT STAY ARE EXCLUDED TO PRE-REGISTER AND
UNDERTAKE A POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION TEST. SUCH CREW ARE REQUIRED TO
SELF-ISOLATE FOR THE PERIOD OF THEIR STAY IN JERSEY.
FROM: 22 MAR 2021  16:00   TO: 31 MAY 2021  20:30

C2730/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION:
THERE MAY BE OCCASIONS WHEN THE CHANNEL ISLAND LOCAL AREA FORECAST
CANNOT BE ISSUED. PLEASE CHECK DATE AND TIME VALIDITY OF ANY
PUBLISHED PRODUCT. JERSEY MET OFFICE CTC +44(0)1534 448765.
FROM: 22 MAR 2021  16:00   TO: 31 MAY 2021  20:30

C2731/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION:
NON-SCHEDULED ARRIVALS FROM OUTSIDE JERSEY MUST SUBMIT A GENERAL
DECLARATION FORM PRIOR TO DEPARTURE VIA THE WEB LINK:
WWW.GOV.JE/TRAVEL/MARITIMEAVIATION/CIVILAVIATION/PAGES/PRIVATEPILOTS.
ASPX
ALL PERSONS TRAVELLING TO JERSEY MUST COMPLY WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF
JERSEY'S SAFER TRAVEL GUIDANCE AND ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ONLINE
REGISTRATION FORM BEFORE DEPARTURE AND WITHIN 48 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL
IN JERSEY:
WWW.GOV.JE/HEALTH/CORONAVIRUS/TRAVEL/PAGES/CORONAVIRUSTRAVELADVICE.AS
PX
FROM: 22 MAR 2021  16:00   TO: 31 MAY 2021  20:30

Kosovo - Open with Restrictions - 08/31/2021

KOSOVO

Date:          August 31, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through November 30, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Every person who enters the Republic of Kosovo shall possess one of the following evidence:  
    • Vaccination certificate for complete vaccination or for receiving one dose of Covid19 vaccine
    • A negative RT-PCR test for Covid-19, not older than 72 hours  
    • Evidence that the person has passed Covid-19 (positive RT-PCR test issued not less than 21 days and not more than 180 days or positive result of serological antibody test - IGG, issued no more than 30 days ago  
    • Rapid negative antigen test not older than 48 hours.  
  • The following persons are released from the requirement to possess any of the evidence according to the above
    • Persons entering Kosovo via an airport or land border crossing point and leaving Kosovo within three (3) hours via an airport or land border crossing point, provided that at the entrance they sign a statement that they will leave Kosovo within three (3) hours 
    • Citizens of the republic of Kosovo who have left Kosovo in the last 12 hours  
    • Foreign citizens passing through Kosovo by organized bus or regular international transit line, provided that they sign a statement that they will leave the territory of Kosovo within five (5) hours  
    • Foreign diplomats accredited in Kosovo  
    • Persons under the age of eighteen (18) years.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; 
  • Crew rest is allowed; 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Citizens of the Republic of Kosovo, as well as persons with temporary or permanent residence permits in Kosovo, who enter the Republic of Kosovo and do not possess one of the evidences according to the points mentioned under business flight restrictions shall self-isolate for 7 days.
  • These persons shall complete the statement under oath for self-isolation at the relevant border crossing point.


DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
•    November 30, 2021
 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS
BKPR

A0437/21
1.COVID-19: PURSUANT TO THE DECISION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE 
REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO  EVERY PERSON WHO ENTERS THE REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO 
SHALL POSSESS ONE OF THE FOLLOWING EVIDENCE:  
1.1. VACCINATION CERTIFICATE FOR COMPLETE VACCINATION OR FOR 
RECEIVING ONE DOSE OF COVID19 VACCINE
1.2. A NEGATIVE RT-PCR TEST FOR COVID-19, NOT OLDER THAN 72 HOURS  
1.3. EVIDENCE THAT THE PERSON HAS PASSED COVID-19 (POSITIVE RT-PCR 
TEST ISSUED NOT LESS  THAN 21 DAYS AND NOT MORE THAN 180 DAYS OR 
POSITIVE RESULT OF SEROLOGICAL ANTIBODY TEST - IGG, ISSUED NO MORE 
THAN 30 DAYS AGO  
1.4. RAPID NEGATIVE ANTIGEN TEST NOT OLDER THAN 48 HOURS.  
2. CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO, AS WELL AS PERSONS WITH 
TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT RESIDENCE PERMITS IN KOSOVO, WHO ENTER THE 
REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO AND DO NOT POSSESS ONE OF THE EVIDENCES ACCORDING 
TO POINTS
 1.1 TO 1.4 SHALL SELF-ISOLATE FOR 7 DAYS. THESE PERSONS SHALL 
COMPLETE THE STATEMENT UNDER OATH FOR SELF-ISOLATION AT THE RELEVANT 
BORDER CROSSING POINT.
3. THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE RELEASED FROM THE REQUIREMENT TO 
POSSESS ANY OF THE EVIDENCE ACCORDING TO POINTS 1.1 TO 1.4:  
3.1. PERSONS ENTERING KOSOVO VIA AN AIRPORT OR LAND BORDER CROSSING 
POINT AND LEAVING KOSOVO WITHIN THREE (3) HOURS VIA AN AIRPORT OR 
LAND BORDER CROSSING POINT, PROVIDED THAT AT THE ENTRANCE THEY SIGN 
A STATEMENT THAT THEY WILL LEAVE KOSOVO WITHIN THREE (3) HOURS 
3.2. PERSONS WORKING AS PROFESSIONAL TRANSPORTERS (DRIVERS), PROVIDED
 THEY ADHERE TO THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT PROTOCOL FOR PROTECTION 
AGAINST COVID-19 
3.3. CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO WHO HAVE LEFT KOSOVO IN THE 
LAST 12 HOURS  
3.4. FOREIGN CITIZENS PASSING THROUGH KOSOVO BY ORGANIZED BUS OR 
REGULAR INTERNATIONAL TRANSIT LINE, PROVIDED THAT THEY SIGN A 
STATEMENT THAT THEY WILL LEAVE THE TERRITORY OF KOSOVO WITHIN FIVE 
(5) HOURS  
3.5. FOREIGN DIPLOMATS ACCREDITED IN KOSOVO  
3.6. PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS.
FROM: 30 AUG 2021  10:40   TO: 30 NOV 2021  23:59
 

Latvia

LATVIA

Date:          June 04, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through July 1, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Restrictions for entering Latvia from outside the EU/Schengen area remain in place. Only essential travel is permitted under the following travel categories:
    • Family members of Latvian nationals
    • Travel for imperative family reasons (funeral, serious illness of relatives)
    • Employees and specialists whose entry is necessary; 
    • Freight and passenger carriers
    • Athletes and sports professionals as well as representatives of international sports organizations; permission from the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia is required
    • Full-time exchange students 
    • Persons traveling for the receipt of treatment (diagnostics and therapy); prior approval from Health Inspectorate is required
    • Certain categories of Cultural professionals; prior approval from Minister of Culture is required

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All arriving passengers are required to present a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours prior boarding. PCR test is the only test type accepted. 
  • Exempted are: 
    • Persons entering to perform their job duties
    • Employees of transport companies.
    • Children under 12 years
    • Passengers having been previously infected with Covid-19; medical statement is required to prove the traveler is no longer contagious
  • Travelers arriving from outside of the EU/Schengen zone will also be required to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival at their own expense.  If the result is negative, the traveler may self-isolate at their residence. If the result is positive, the traveler must pay for self-isolation in one of the tourist accommodations specified by the Latvian Investment and Development Agency.
  • Passengers arriving from the high-risk countries where the coronavirus infection rate is 50 or higher are required to self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival. The updated country list is available at https://www.spkc.gov.lv/lv/valstu-saslimstibas-raditaji-ar-covid-19-0.
  • Travelers are recommended to remain aware of the local lockdown measures and restrictions as changes can occur on a short notice. More information is available at https://www.mfa.gov.lv/en/consular-information/news/66931-concerning-the-state-of-emergency-declared-in-latvia.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
July 1

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Passengers are required to complete a COVID-19 information form online prior arrival, available at www.covidpass.lv. When completing the form, the traveler will receive a QR code with the necessary information for confirmation of submission.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS 
A0500/21

COVID-19: TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 
VACCINES, AO OF FLT DEP FROM AD WITHIN THE RIGA FIR AND CARRYING 
SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK APPROVAL FROM: RIGA FLOW MANAGEMENT AND 
FLIGHT DATA UNIT (FMFDU) PHONE: +371 67300653 E-MAIL: FMFDU(A)LGS.LV 
FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLT DEEMED CRITICAL. 
UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 
18 OF THE FPL. 
AO CARRYING COVID-19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST APPROVAL IN 
ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 21 APR 2021  09:00   TO: 21 JUN 2021  23:59

A02785/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS
CREW SHALL MAKE SURE BEFORE INTL FLT TO LATVIA THAT PASSENGERS HAVE 
FILLED IN THE ELECTRONIC QUESTIONNAIRE WWW.COVIDPASS.LV. THE 
PASSENGER (EXCEPT CHILDREN UNDER 11 YEARS OF AGE) SHALL DISPLAY THE 
QR CODE ON AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE OR IN PRINTED FORM. 
PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS:
1. FLIGHTS TO THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA ARE ONLY PERMITTED UNDER THE 
FOLLOWING CONDITION: 
A. ALL PASSENGERS MUST BE TESTED FOR SARS-COV-2 AND MUST PROVIDE 
PROOF OF A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) TEST RESULT OR 
MEDICAL DOCUMENT CONFIRMING THAT THE PERSON IS NOT INFECTIOUS - 
RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION ABOUT SARS-COV-2 RECOVERY DURING PERIOD OF 
THE LAST 6 MONTH OR EU DIGITAL GREEN CERTIFICATE (ACCEPTABLE ONLY 
CERTIFICATE THAT PERSON RECOVERED FROM COVID-19). 
B. TESTING MUST HAVE BEEN CARRIED OUT NO LATER THAN 72 HOURS PRIOR 
EMBARKING THE AIRCRAFT.
C. PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST OR MEDICAL DOCUMENT CONFIRMING THAT THE 
PERSON IS NOT INFECTIOUS MUST BE PROVIDED TO THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER 
BEFORE EMBARKING THE AIRCRAFT OR AT THE REQUEST OF STATE BORDER 
GUARD OR THE POLICE.
D. LANGUAGE OF THE TEST RESULTS MUST BE IN ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, 
RUSSIAN OR IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE STATE OF THE AIRCRAFT DEPARTURE.
2. EXCEPTIONS APPLY TO THE FOLLOWING PASSENGERS:
CHILDREN UNDER 11 YEARS OF AGE, STAFF OF THE PASSENGER TRANSPORT 
SERVICES, FREIGHT OR TECHNICAL VOYAGES, SEAMEN TRAVELLING TO OR FROM 
 THE PORT OF THEIR SHIP, GOVERNMENT OR DIPLOMATIC STAFF AND THEIR 
FAMILIES AS WELL AS STATE JUDICIARY AND THEIR INVITEES.
FROM: 03 JUN 2021  16:23   TO: 30 JUN 2021  20:59

Lithuania - Open with Restrictions - 09/15/2021

LITHUANIA

Date:               September 15, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through October 01, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter; PCR 72h or Antigen 48h required for all despite of the vaccination status
Quarantine: 10 days for non-vaccinated passengers. Vaccinated passengers exempted. 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry into Lithuania is restricted. Restrictions and mandatory requirements for arrivals from abroad are applicable per country categorization into green, orange and red/grey countries. The list of affected countries is published every Friday to take effect on Monday for a weekly duration. 
  • Travelers are recommended to check the latest country classification at https://nvsc.lrv.lt/en/information-on-covid-19/for-arrivals-from-abroad
  • Requirements for travelers arriving from green countries:
    • Complete the Health Questionnaire no earlier than 48 hours before departure and show the QR code obtained to the carrier or at the border check.
    • Non-vaccinated passengers must present a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours / rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours prior arrival. 
    • Fully vaccinated / recovered passengers are exempted from all testing requirements.  
    • No quarantine. 
  • Requirements for travelers arriving from orange countries:
    • Complete the Health Questionnaire no earlier than 48 hours before departure and show the QR code obtained to the carrier or at the border check.
    • Non-vaccinated passengers must present a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours / rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours prior arrival. Also, a pre-booked follow up test on day 3-5 of arrival is mandatory – registration is required via www.1808.lt.
    • Fully vaccinated / recovered passengers are exempted from all testing requirements.  
    • No quarantine. 
  • Requirements for travelers arriving from red and grey countries (e.g. USA):
    • Complete the Health Questionnaire no earlier than 48 hours before departure and show the QR code obtained to the carrier or at the border check.
    • Present a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours / rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours prior arrival (children under 16 years exempted).
    • Self-quarantine for 10 days (travelers with vaccination/recovery certificate exempted).
  • Testing and isolation requirements for crew members:
    • Non-vaccinated: Negative test result (PCR 72h / antigen 48h) is required if the stay in Lithuania exceeds 24 hours.
    • Self-isolation is mandatory during the stay if arriving from a red/grey country. Self-quarantine can be shortened with a negative follow up test on day 7.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed.
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions.
  • Exempted from all testing and quarantine requirements are:
    • Passengers in transit
    • Persons holding a recovery certificate confirmed by a positive test result not older than 180 days
    • Fully vaccinated persons holding a vaccination certificate
      • Approved vaccines: Janssen, Comirnaty, Spikevax, Vaxzevria
      • Vaccination schedule has been completed minimum 14 days prior arrival
  • Exempted from the quarantine requirements are persons traveling for essential duties (testing still mandatory):
    • Workers exercising critical occupations, frontier and seasonal workers
    • Transport workers or transport service providers
    • Patients travelling for imperative medical reasons
    • Pupils, students and trainees who travel abroad on a daily basis
    • Persons travelling for imperative family or business reasons
    • Diplomats, staff of international organizations, military personnel, police officers
    • Passengers in transit
    • Seafarers
    • Journalists performing their duties
    • High-performance athletes or high-performance sports specialists participating in international tournaments
  • Exempted from the testing requirements are persons traveling for humanitarian reasons (self-isolation still mandatory):
    • Humanitarian aid workers and civil protection personnel exercising their duties

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • October 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1156/21
COVID-19: INFO
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY  OF COVID-19 VACCINES,
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS  OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH  VACCINES  SHOULD
ASK APPROVAL FROM SE ORO NAVIGACIJA BY EMAIL: FMP(A)ANS.LT FOR
EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR  EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL.
UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX  AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN
ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING  COVID
19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR  ALL
FLIGHTS INVOLVED
FROM: 27 APR 2021  10:45   TO: 31 DEC 2021  12:00 EST

A2148/21
COVID-19: RESTRICTIONS
ACCORDING TO GOVERNMENT RESOLUTION DECLARING A STATE  OF NATIONAL
EMERGENCY ON THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA, RESTRIC-
TIONS  AND  MANDATORY  REQUIREMENTS FOR ARRIVALS FROM  ABROAD ARE  
APPLICABLE. DETAILED INFORMATION WITH EXCEPTIONS AVBL ON WEBSITE:
HTTP://KORONASTOP.LRV.LT
FROM: 30 JUN 2021  10:35   TO: 30 SEP 2021  13:15 EST

A2151/21
COVID-19: PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS
ALL PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA ON REGULAR, 
SPECIAL AND CHARTER FLIGHTS  MUST REGISTER WITH NVSC  BY FILLING
IN THE  ELECTRONIC FORM  HTTPS://KELEIVIAMS.NVSC.LT/EN/FORM  NOT
EARLIER THAN 48HR BEFORE THE START OF THE TRIP
FROM: 30 JUN 2021  11:25   TO: 30 SEP 2021  13:15 EST

Luxembourg

LUXEMBOURG

 

Date:               November 08, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: NOT Allowed to land
  • US passengers: NOT Allowed to enter
  • Only accepting EU Citizens and Residents.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Please review the following website for the latest information and updates: https://lu.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
  • Luxembourg currently only allows EU citizens, EU residents, and residents of certain other specific countries to enter. The United States is NOT one of those countries. As of September 22, U.S. citizens traveling to Luxembourg from the United States are not permitted to enter unless if traveling for essential reasons. More information for US travelers is available at https://lu.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/.
  • Citizens of the European Union and of the countries associated with the Schengen area, as well as citizens of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Saint See, are free to enter the territory of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, regardless of the purpose of the stay and not only to return to their homes.
  • Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 December 2021 (inclusive), except in one of the following cases:
    • If they are residents of the following third-countries, Special administrative regions and entities and territorial authorities not recognized as States by at least one Member State of the European Union: States Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, China (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Jordan, New Zealand, Qatar, Republic of Moldova, Saudi Arabia. Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine. Uruguay, Special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR, Entities and territorial authorities not recognized as States by at least one Member State of the European Union, Taiwan
      • Or if their travel is considered essential (see FAQs)
  • Or if they hold a certificate proving a complete vaccination pattern that is considered equivalent in Luxembourg (see FAQs)
  • Certificate proving a complete vaccination pattern is considered equivalent i.e. if it is issued by a Member State of the Schengen area or if it is issued by a third country and considered equivalent by an implementing act of the European Commission. This currently applies to certificates issued by the following countries or territories: Albania, Andorra, Faroe Islands, Israel, Morocco, Monaco, Panama, Republic of North Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Vatican.
  • It should be noted that from 1 January 2021, these restrictions also apply to third-country nationals residing in the United Kingdom, including UK nationals who do not fall under the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement (see FAQs).
  • For any person, aged 12 years or older, authorized to enter Luxembourg (regardless of nationality), it is compulsory to present, before boarding a flight to Luxembourg
  • Either a vaccination certificate - attesting to a complete vaccination pattern (see FAQ) carried out with a vaccine that has been authorized for use by the European Medicines Agency, issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area, or a vaccination certificate, issued by a third country, attesting to a complete vaccination pattern and considered as equivalent in Luxembourg in accordance with Article 3bis of the amended law of 17 July 2020 on measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic (this currently applies to certificates issued by the following countries or territories: Albania, Andorra, Faroe Islands, Israel, Morocco, Monaco, Panama, Republic of North Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Vatican) -
  • OR a recovery certificate issued by a practitioner or national authority of an EU Member State or Schengen Area Member State for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with resolution of all symptoms of infection
  • OR the negative result (on paper or electronically) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) carried out less than 72 hours before the flight or of a SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test carried out less than 48 hours before the flight, by a medical analysis laboratory or any other entity authorized 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 or in English, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese
  • This applies to all departures to Luxembourg, including those from Member States of the European Union or the Schengen area.
  • The terms and conditions as well as the exceptions applicable to these testing obligations are detailed in the "FAQ - frequently asked questions" section that follows: https://covid19.public.lu/en/travellers/visiting-luxembourg.html

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed.
  • Crew rest is allowed.

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All persons arriving by air are required to present a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours prior boarding.
  • Exempted are:
    • Crew members on duty
    • Passengers in transit
    • Children under 6 years
    • Persons leaving Luxemburg for a short journey of less than 72 hours in another EU/Schengen member state
    • Staff of diplomatic missions and international organizations, military personnel, humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel exercising their duties and staying less than 72 hours
    • Persons having been infected with COVID-19 within the 3 months prior traveling with no symptoms; medical certificate is required.
  • No quarantine when travelers comply with the above requirements. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory for any traveler refusing to submit to a test.
  • Upon arrival in Luxembourg, the persons concerned are required to go into strict quarantine for 7 days and take a follow up test not earlier than Day 6 of the quarantine. In case of refusal to undergo the test upon arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for 7 additional days, i.e. for a total duration of 14 days.

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

November 30, 2021

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A4512/21 - COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS. ANY PERSON, REGARDLESS OF ITS

NATIONALITY, AGED 12 YEARS AND 2 MONTHS, OR OVER, WISHING TO TRAVEL

BY AIR TRANSPORT TO THE G.D OF LUXEMBOURG, MUST PRESENT AT BOARDING

EITHER: - A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE ATTESTING A COMPLETE

VACCINATION SCHEME AGAINST THE COVID19, OR - A COVID-19 RECOVERY

CERTIFICATE, OR - 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, TAM 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

IN A MEDICAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY OR ANY OTHERBODY AUTHORIZED FOR

THIS PURPOSE, OTHERWISE, BOARDING WILL BE DENIED. THIS NEGATIVE

TEST RESULT MUST BE PRESENTED, IF NECESSARY, ACCOMPANIED BY A

TRANSLATION, IN ONE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE LANGUAGES OF LUXEMBOURG

(LUXEMBOURGISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN) OR IN ENGLISH, ITALIAN,

PORTUGUESE OR SPANISH. THESE OBLIGATIONS DO NOT APPLY TO TRAVEL BY

LAND OR SEA. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THESE RESTRICTIONS

AND/OR THE ASSOCIATED DEROGATIONS, PLEASE CONSULT:

HTTPS://COVID19.PUBLIC.LU/EN/TRAVELLERS/VISITING-LUXEMBOURG.HTML. 18 OCT 23:59

2021 UNTIL 18 DEC 23:59 2021 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 18 OCT 20:15 2021

Madeira - Open with Restrictions - 06/02/2021

MADEIRA

Date:        June 02, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through June 15, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter for essential travel only e.g. for professional reasons
Quarantine: No quarantine with a PCR test not older than 72 hours 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Flights are allowed under following conditions:
    • Flights to/from EU-Member States, ICELAND, LIECHTENSTEIN, NORWAY, SWITZERLAND  and UNITED KINGDOM. 
    • Flights to/from AUSTRALIA, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, ISRAEL, NEW ZEALAND, RWANDA, SINGAPORE, THAILAND, CHINA, HONG KONG AND MACAU (direct arrival or transit through airports located in countries from where the flights are allowed into the continental Portugal) 
    • Flights to/from Non-EU/Schengen states exclusively for essential travel.
    • Repatriation flights of Portuguese citizens or holders of a Portuguese residence permit.
    • Repatriation flights of foreign citizens promoted by competent authorities of their home states, subject to previous request and agreement and respect to reciprocity.
    • EMER, STATE, MIL, HOSP/MEDEVAC, firefighting, cargo/mail, HUM, UN flights
    • Technical stopovers for non-commercial purposes (no passenger disembark)
  • Passengers from SOUTH AFRICA, BRAZIL and INDIA are permitted for essential travel only. Essential travel is traveling for PROFESSIONAL, STUDY, FAMILY REUNION, HEALTH or HUMANITARIAN reasons. 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; Passengers must stay on board the aircraft
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Any passenger or crew disembarking and entering Madeira is subject to one of the following: 
    • Present a negative COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours, 
    • or submit to a test upon arrival and isolate until the results are received, 
    • or self-isolate for a 14-day period, 
    • or return to their point of departure.
  • Exempted from the above requirements are the travelers that can present a:
    • Children under 11 years
    • Travelers with a medical certification issued in the last 90 days stating the person has recovered from COVID-19 disease
    • Travelers with a vaccination document stating the person has been vaccinated and the activation period of the immune system has been respected. 
  • If a traveler refuses to comply with the rules, the local Health Authority may determine mandatory isolation up to 14 days in a designated hotel at the passenger’s expense. 
  • Passengers on flights from SOUTH AFRICA, BRAZIL, CYPRUS, INDIA, LITHUANIA AND SWEDEN must present a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours prior boarding and must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival at residence or in a place designated by health authorities. Restriction is also applicable to passengers with original flight from South Africa, Brazil or India, whenever have carried out international transit or transfer at any other airport, and to passengers who present a passport with a departure registry from South Africa, Brazil or India within the last 14 days prior entry into Portugal.
    • Exempted are: Passengers on essential travel when the stay doesn’t exceed 48 hours.
  • Travelers are recommended to remain aware of local restrictions and lockdown measures and changes can occur on short notice. More information is available at https://www.madeira.gov.pt/Covid19/DecisoesExcecionaisCovid19
     

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • June 15, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All passengers are required to complete an online travel registration within 12-48 hours prior departure at https://madeirasafe.com/#/login
  • All travelers are required to use mask covering nose and mouth at the airport and in all public spaces in the island. 
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A2035/21
COVID-19: CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS AND PASSENGER 
REQUIREMENTS.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS AIMING TO 
IMPROVE APPROPRIATE INFECTION PREVENTION AND SPREAD MITIGATION:
1) ALL FLIGHTS TO LAND AT/DEPART FROM CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL ARE 
SUSPENDED. EXCEPTIONS ARE:
1A) FLIGHTS FROM/TO EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES, LIECHTENSTEIN, 
NORWAY, ICELAND, SWITZERLAND AND UNITED KINGDOM.
1B) FLIGHTS FROM/TO AUSTRALIA, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, ISRAEL, NEW 
ZEALAND, RWANDA, SINGAPORE, THAILAND, CHINA, HONG KONG AND MACAU.
1C) FLIGHTS FROM/TO NON-EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES AND 
NON-SCHENGEN AREA ASSOCIATED MEMBER STATES, EXCLUSIVELY FOR 
ESSENTIAL TRAVEL.
1D) FLIGHTS INTENDED TO ALLOW FOREIGN CITIZENS, WHO ARE IN 
CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL, TO RETURN TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES, IF 
SUCH FLIGHTS ARE PROMOTED BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF THEIR HOME 
STATES AND SUBJECT TO PREVIOUS REQUEST AND AGREEMENT, WITH RESPECT 
TO RECIPROCITY PRINCIPLE.
1E) HUM FLIGHTS FOR NATIONAL CITIZENS REPATRIATION, EUROPEAN UNION 
MEMBER STATES CITIZENS, SCHENGEN AREA ASSOCIATED MEMBER STATES 
CITIZENS AND THIRD COUNTRY NATIONAL CITIZENS WITH LEGAL RESIDENCE IN 
NATIONAL TERRITORY.
1F) HUM FLIGHTS FOR REPATRIATION OF FOREIGN CITIZENS WHO ARE IN 
MAINLAND PORTUGAL.
1G) STATE, MIL, FIRE FIGHTING, CARGO/MAIL, HOSP, MEDEVAC, HUM, 
TECHNICAL STOPOVERS FOR NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES.
2) PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS ARE:
2A) PASSENGERS FROM SOUTH AFRICA, BRAZIL AND INDIA, ONLY ESSENTIAL 
TRAVEL IS PERMITTED. ESSENTIAL TRAVEL IS TRAVELLING FOR 
PROFESSIONAL, STUDY, FAMILY REUNION, HEALTH OR HUMANITARIAN REASONS.
2B) PASSENGERS FROM COUNTRIES STATED ON 1B) INCLUDING WHENEVER THEY 
HAVE CARRIED OUT INTERNATIONAL TRANSITS OR TRANSFERS AT AIRPORTS 
LOCATED IN COUNTRIES IN WHICH FLIGHTS ARE ALLOWED TO CONTINENTAL 
PORTUGAL.
2C) PASSENGERS IN FLIGHTS STATED ON 1E) SHALL PRESENT A NEGATIVE 
SARS-COV-2 RT-PCR TEST PROOF DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE 
OR WAIT FOR A FLIGHT TO THE DESTINATION COUNTRIES IN A DESIGNATED 
PLACE AT THE AIRPORT.
2D) FOREIGN CITIZENS WITH NO LEGAL RESIDENCE IN NATIONAL TERRITORY 
WHO MAKE A STOPOVER AT A NATIONAL AIRPORT MUST WAIT FOR A FLIGHT TO 
THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES IN A DESIGNATED PLACE AT THE AIRPORT.
2E) AIRLINES SHOULD ONLY ALLOW PASSENGERS TO BOARD WITH DESTINATION 
OR STOPOVER IN CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL BY PRESENTING, AT THE TIME OF 
DEPARTURE, PROOF OF RT-PCR FOR SARS-COV-2 WITH NEGATIVE RESULT, DONE 
WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE. NATIONAL AND FOREIGN CITIZENS WITH 
LEGAL RESIDENCE IN NATIONAL TERRITORY AND DIPLOMATS PLACED IN 
PORTUGAL, WHO, EXCEPTIONALLY, DO NOT HAVE A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 
RT-PCR TEST PROOF WILL BE FORWARDED BY AUTHORITIES TO CARRY OUT THE 
TEST ON ARRIVAL IN NATIONAL TERRITORY, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSES. 
EXCEPTION ARE CHILDREN UNDER 24 MONTHS OF AGE.
2F) THE ENTRY IN NATIONAL TERRITORY SHALL BE REFUSED TO THIRD 
COUNTRY NATIONAL CITIZENS WITH NO LEGAL RESIDENCE IN NATIONAL 
TERRITORY, WHEN BOARDING WITHOUT A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 RT-PCR TEST 
PROOF DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE.
2G) PASSENGERS ON FLIGHTS FROM SOUTH AFRICA, BRAZIL AND INDIA, SHALL 
COMPLY WITH A PROPHYLACTIC 14 DAYS ISOLATION PERIOD, AT RESIDENCE OR 
IN A PLACE DESIGNATED BY HEALTH AUTHORITIES. THIS RESTRICTION IS 
ALSO APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS WITH ORIGINAL FLIGHT FROM SOUTH 
AFRICA, BRAZIL AND INDIA WHENEVER THEY HAVE CARRIED OUT 
INTERNATIONAL TRANSIT OR TRANSFER AT ANY OTHER AIRPORTS AND TO 
PASSENGERS ON FLIGHTS, REGARDLESS OF ORIGIN, WHO PRESENT A PASSPORT 
WITH A DEPARTURE REGISTRY FROM SOUTH AFRICA, BRAZIL OR INDIA IN THE 
14 DAYS PRIOR TO THEIR ARRIVAL IN PORTUGAL.
2H) EXCLUDED FROM COMPLYING WITH PROPHYLACTIC ISOLATION ARE: 
PASSENGERS TRAVELING ON ESSENTIAL TRAVEL AND WHOSE PERIOD OF STAY IN 
NATIONAL TERRITORY, ATTESTED BY A RETURN TICKET, DOES NOT EXCEED 48 
HOURS, PASSENGERS TRAVELING EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE PRACTICE OF SPORTING 
ACTIVITIES INTEGRATED IN INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL COMPETITIONS, 
LISTED IN PORTUGUESE LAW - DESPACHO 5418-A/2021 28MAY ANEXO III - 
AND PASSENGERS WHO ARE PART OF FOREIGN DELEGATIONS WHO TRAVEL 
EXCLUSIVELY TO PARTICIPATE IN MEETINGS UNDER THE PORTUGUESE 
PRESIDENCY OF THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION.
3) THE DUTIES SET ON THIS NOTAM DO NOT APPLY TO CREW MEMBERS.
4) AIRLINES THAT ALLOW PASSENGERS TO BOARD WITHOUT A NEGATIVE 
COVID-19 RT-PCR TEST ARE IN BREACH OF THE DUTIES ESTABLISHED AND 
SHALL BE OBJECT OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS FORESEEN IN PORTUGUESE 
LAW.
FROM: 30 MAY 2021  23:00   TO: 14 JUN 2021  22:59

LPMA
A2056/21
COVID-19: MADEIRA - LPMA.
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND BY DECISION OF MADEIRA REGIONAL 
GOVERNMENT, ALL PASSENGERS AND CREW DISEMBARKING MADEIRA REGION 
AIRPORTS SHALL:
1) PROVIDE AT THEIR ARRIVAL A NEGATIVE COVID-19 PCR TEST DONE WITHIN 
72HR PRIOR FLIGHT SCHEDULE, OR
2) BE SUBJECT TO A SARS-COV-2 PCR TEST UNDER LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITY 
SUPERVISION, AND GUARANTEE FULL COMPLIANCE WITH SURVEILLANCE AND 
SELF-REPORTING OF SYMPTOMS AND MEASURES TO PREVENT COVID-19, UNTIL 
THE NEGATIVE TEST RESULT IS OBTAINED, OR
3) BE SUBJECT TO MANDATORY CONFINEMENT UP TO 14 DAYS, OR
4) RETURN TO ORIGIN OR TO ANY OTHER DESTINATION OUTSIDE THE 
TERRITORY OF THE AUTONOMOUS REGION OF MADEIRA, COMPLYING, UNTIL 
DEPARTURE, ISOLATION AT HOME OR PLACE IN WHICH YOU ARE HOSTED.
5) EXEMPTED FROM THE SITUATIONS STATED AT 1), 2), 3) AND 4):
5A) CHILDREN UP TO ELEVEN YEARS.
5B) PASSENGERS HOLDING A MEDICAL DOCUMENT CERTIFYING THAT RECOVERED 
FROM COVID-19 DISEASE AT THE TIME OF LANDING IN THE TERRITORY OF THE 
AUTONOMOUS REGION OF MADEIRA, ISSUED IN THE LAST 180 DAYS, OR 
DOCUMENT CERTIFYING THAT THE HOLDER HAS BEEN VACCINATED AGAINST 
COVID-19, ACCORDING TO RECOMMENDED PLAN AND RESPECTED THE PERIOD OF 
ACTIVATION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM PROVIDED IN THE SUMMARY PRODUCT 
CHARACTERISTICS (SMPC).
5C) PASSENGERS WITH A MEDICAL DOCUMENT CERTIFYING THAT WAS 
VACCINATED WITH ONLY ONE DOSE, IN A TWO-DOSE VACCINE SCHEDULE, 
RESPECTING THE PERIOD OF ACTIVATION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM PROVIDED 
FOR IN THE SUMMARY PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS (SMPC), IN THE CASE OF 
PATIENTS RECOVERED FROM THE SARS-COV-2 INFECTION MORE THAN 90 DAYS 
AGO, OR DIAGNOSED WITH THE INFECTION AFTER TAKING THE FIRST DOSE OF 
THE VACCINE.
6) IF A TRAVELER REFUSES TO VOLUNTARILY COMPLY WITH ESTABLISHED 
RULES, LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES MAY DETERMINE MANDATORY CONFINEMENT, 
UP TO FOURTEEN DAYS, IN A DESIGNATED HOTEL AT PASSENGER EXPENSES.
7) IN THE AUTONOMOUS REGION OF MADEIRA, THE USE OF A DISEASE 
PROTECTION MASK IS MANDATORY.
8) IT IS RECOMMENDED TO COMPLETE THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INQUIRY, 
AVAILABLE ON-LINE, AT MADEIRA TRAVELER REGISTRATION HEALTH 
AUTHORITIES WEBSITE.
FROM: 31 MAY 2021  21:10   TO: 29 JUN 2021  22:59

Malta - Open with Restrictions - 07/19/2021

MALTA

Date:          July 19th, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through August 2, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to enter
US passenger: Allowed to enter – Vaccination Certificate or PCR 72h required
Quarantine: Vaccinated passengers exempted.

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Travel ban applies. 
  • Green list countries: NONE
  • Travel is allowed for any reason from the Red list countries: 
  • ALBANIA, ANDORRA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, BELGUIM, BELIZE, BHUTAN, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BULGARIA, CANADA, CHINA, CROATIA, CUBA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DANMARK, EGYPT, ESTONIA, FAROE ISLANDS, FIGI, FINLAND, FRANCE, GIORGIA, GERMANY, GIBRALTAR, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRAN, IRELAND, ISRAEL, ITALY, JAMAICA, JAPAN, JORDAN, KAZAKAHSTAN, KOSOVO, LATVIA, LEBANON, LIBYA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MOLDOVA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORTH MACEDONIA, NORWAY, PANAMA, POLAND, PORTUGAL, QATAR, ROMANIA, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SOUTH KOREA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, UKRAINE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, UNITED KINGDOM, VATICAN CITY, VIETNAM, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BUT ONY LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING STATES: WASHINGTON, OREGON, LOUISIANA, WEST VIRGINIA, NORTH DAKOTA, GIORGIA, TEXAS, PENNSYLVANIA, NORTH CAROLINA, TENNESSEE, IOWA, NEBRASKA, OHIO, SOUTH CAROLINA, NEW MEXICO, FLORIDA, VIRGINIA, MAINE, SOUTH DAKOTA, MICHIGAN, ILLINOIS, DELAWARE, WISCONSIN, PUERTO RICO, HAWAII, NEW JERSEY, MINNESOTA, CONNECTICUT, ALASKA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MARYLAND, NEW YORK, RHODE ISLAND, DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA, MASSACHUSETTS, VERMONT, CALIFORNIA, IDAHO, KENTUCKY, AMERICAN SAMOA, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, PALAU, REPUBLIC OF MARSHALL ISLANDS, ARKANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA, MISSISSIPPI, VIRGIN ISLANDS, NEVADA, ARIZONA, WYOMING, UTAH, ALABAMA, COLORADO, GUAM, INDIANA, MONTANA AND KANSAS.
  • Passengers from red countries/zones need to present:
    • 1.    Public Health Travel Declaration
    • 2.    Passenger Locator Form.
    • 3.    Vaccination certificate 
  • Approved vaccination certificates:
    • Malta vaccine certificate 
    • UK NHS covid-19 Pass  
    • EU Digital Covid Certificate for all EU and Switzerland
    • UAE Vaccine Certificate issued by Dubai Health Authorities with a readable QR code
    • Turkish Vaccine Certificate with a readable QR code. 
    • From July 19: US CDC Vaccination Record Card with an EMA approved vaccine 
  • Vaccinations must be fully completed at least 14 days prior entry. 
  • EMA approved vaccines are Comirnaty [Pfizer], Jannsen [Johnson & Johnson], Spikevax [Moderna], Vaxzevria [AstraZeneca].
  • Children between the ages of 5 and 11 years (both ages included) accompanying vaccinated guardian/s must be in possession of a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours prior arrival.
  • Non-Vaccinated passengers aged 12 years a over are required to hold a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours prior entry and will need to undergo a mandatory quarantine of 14 days.
  • Other countries are considered Dark Red list countries and the entry is allowed for essential travel reasons only in exception circumstances. Prior authorization is required and may be granted in the following cases:
  • Exceptional approval for essential travel may be granted for persons travelling from Dark Red countries/zones (irrespective of vaccination status), for:
    • (i) Returning Maltese citizens or residents for long stay/repatriation (not for vacation)
    • (ii) Other travel considered to be essential by the Superintendent of Public Health in exceptional circumstances only (such considerations may include serious medical reasons, adoption, reunification of spouse/partner/minor/child with parents)


RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed upon prior permission from CAA.
  • Crew rest is allowed upon prior permission from CAA.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS
See Business Flight Restrictions.


 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
August 2

 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All travelers, crew members and operating personnel arriving in Malta by aircraft, must fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator form & Travel Declaration form. Forms are available at www.maltairport.com/declarationforms
  • Detailed travel information is available at https://reopen.europa.eu

 
LATEST NOTAMS
A0429/21

TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK 
APPROVAL FROM CIVIL AVIATION DIRECTORATE MALTA FOR EXEMPTION FROM 
ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON APPROVAL, 
STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT 
PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY 
REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED
FROM: 27 APR 2021  11:48   TO: 27 JUL 2021  23:59

A0905/21
COVID-19 THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL ARE ISSUED UNDER THE 
PUBLIC HEALTH ACT CHAPTER 465 OF THE LAWS OF MALTA AND REQUIRE 
STRICT ADHERENCE. FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THESE CONDITIONS WILL RESULT 
IN ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES AS PROVIDED BY THE ACT. 

THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH HEREBY EXTENDS THE ORDER OF A 
TRAVEL BAN ON PERSONS TO MALTA FROM ALL COUNTRIES. PROVIDED THAT 
CARGO FLIGHTS, FERRY FLIGHTS, HUMANITARIAN FLIGHTS, AND REPATRIATION 
FLIGHTS SHALL BE EXEMPT FROM THIS ORDER. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR BOARDING.
IN TERMS OF THE TRAVEL BAN (EXTENSION TO ALL COUNTRIES) ORDER, 2021 
AS AMENDED, PERSONS MAY TRAVEL TO MALTA FROM THE COUNTRIES LISTED 
BELOW, PROVIDED THEY ARE IN A POSSESSION OF A RECOGNIZED VACCINATION 
CERTIFICATE SHOWING THAT, THAT PERSON HAS BEEN FULLY VACCINATED 
AGAINST COVID-19 IF AGED 12 YEARS OR OVER.

PRIOR TO BOARDING, PASSENGERS TRAVELLING TO MALTA MUST BE IN 
POSSESSION OF A COMPLETED PASSENGER LOCATOR AND HEALTH DECLARATION 
FROM (AVAILABLE FROM HTTPS://WWW.MALTAIRPORT.COM/DECLARATIONFORMS 
AND A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE RECOGNIZED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF 
PUBLIC HEALTH. PASSENGERS MAY MAKE USE OF THE ELECTRONIC EU PLATFORM 
EU DIGITAL PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM (DPLF) (EUPLF.EU). AIRLINES 
EXPECTED TO INFORM THEIR PROSPECTIVE PASSENGERS OF THESE 
REQUIREMENTS AFFORDING AMPLE NOTICE OF SUCH REQUIREMENTS. PRINTED 
BLANK COPIES OF THE PASSENGER LOCATOR AND HEALTH DECLARATION FORMS 
ARE TO BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR ANY PASSENGERS NOT HAVING A COMPLETED 
PAPER OR DIGITAL VERSION OF THIS FORM ON CHECK-IN. CHILDREN BETWEEN 
THE AGE OF 5 AND 11 BOTH AGES INCLUDED ARE TO PRODUCE A NEGATIVE 
NASOPHARYNGEAL PCR TEST RESULT OBTAINED WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO 
ARRIVAL IN MALTA. NO TEST IS NEEDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 5. 

A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE SHALL ONLY BE VALID AND ACCEPTED IF ISSUED 
IN THAT OFFICIAL FORM, AND WITH REGARDS TO A VACCINE RECOGNIZED AND 
APPROVED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH. THE LIST OF 
RECOGNIZED VACCINES IS CURRENTLY LIMITED TO THOSE APPROVED BY THE 
EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY (EMA). 

THE LIST OF VACCINE CERTIFICATES RECOGNIZED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF 
PUBLIC HEALTH IS AS FOLLOWS:

MT VACCINE CERTIFICATE FULL COURSE OF VACCINATION WITH 14 DAY AFTER 
LAST DOSE.

UK-NHS COVID-19 PASS - NHS CORONAVIRUS(COVID-19) VACCINATION 
RECORD - FULL COURSE OF VACCINATION WITH 14 DAY AFTER LAST DOSE.

EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE (VACCINATION CERTIFICATE)FOR ALL EU 
MEMBER STATES AND SWITZERLAND - FULL COURSE OF VACCINATION WITH 14 
DAY AFTER LAST DOSE.

UAE VACCINE CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE DUBAI HEALTH AUTHORITIES WITH 
A READABLE QR CODE- FULL COURSE OF VACCINATION WITH 14 DAY AFTER 
LAST DOSE.

TURKISH VACCINE CERTIFICATE WITH A READABLE QR CODE - FULL COURSE OF 
VACCINATION WITH 14 DAY AFTER LAST DOSE.

AS FROM MONDAY 19TH JULY 2021 MALTA WILL RECOGNISE THE UNITED STATES 
CDC COVID-19 VACCINATION RECORD CARD WITH AN EMA APPROVED 
VACCINE (FULL COURSE AND 14 DAYS POST LAST DOSE) AS A VALID 
VACCINATION CERTIFICATE.

ALL PERSONS TRAVELLING TO MALTA WITHOUT A RECOGNIZED VACCINE 
CERTIFICATE SHALL PRESENT A NEGATIVE PHARYNGEAL POLYMERASE CHAIN 
REACTION (PCR) COVID-19 TEST PERFORMED WITHIN SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS 
BEFORE THAT PERSONS ARRIVAL IN MALTA.

PROVIDED THAT THOSE PERSONS WHO ARE NOT IN POSSESSION OF A 
RECOGNIZED VACCINATION CERTIFICATE, UNLESS EXEMPT, SHALL BE REQUIRED 
TO SUBMIT THEMSELVES TO A PERIOD OF QUARANTINE OF 14 DAYS IN TERMS 
OF ARTICLE 2(1) OF THE QUARANTINE ORDER. THIS PERIOD OF QUARANTINE 
NEEDS TO BE FOLLOWED AT A QUARANTINE HOTEL WHICH IS RECOGIZED AS 
SUCH BY THE SUPERINTINDENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH. ANY APPLICABLE COST/S 
WILL BE BORN THE PERSON BEING QUARANTINED.

AIRLINES ARE TO INFORM PASSENGERS OF THE ABOVE CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL 
AND DENY BOARDING TO THOSE PERSONS WHO DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE 
COVID-19 VACCINATION OF TEST CERTIFICATION STANDARDS.

LIST OF COUNTRIES.
ALBANIA, ANDORRA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, BELGUIM, 
BELIZE, BHUTAN, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BULGARIA, CANADA, CHINA, 
CROATIA, CUBA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DANMARK, EGYPT, ESTONIA, 
FAROE ISLANDS, FIGI, FINLAND, FRANCE, GIORGIA, GERMANY, GIBRALTAR, 
GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRAN, IRELAND, ISRAEL, ITALY, JAMAICA, 
JAPAN, JORDAN, KAZAKAHSTAN, KOSOVO, LATVIA, LEBANON, LIBYA, 
LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MOLDOVA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, 
NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORTH MACEDONIA, NORWAY, PANAMA, POLAND, 
PORTUGAL, QATAR, ROMANIA, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, 
SINGAPORE, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SOUTH KOREA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, 
SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, UKRAINE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, UNITED KINGDOM, 
VATICAN CITY, VIETNAM, AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BUT ONY LIMITED 
TO THE FOLLOWING STATES WASHINGTON, OREGON, LOUISIANA, WEST 
VIRGINIA, NORTH DAKOTA, GIORGIA, TEXAS, PENNSYLVANIA, NORTH 
CAROLINA, TENNESSEE, IOWA, NEBRASKA, OHIO, SOUTH CAROLINA, NEW 
MEXICO, FLORIDA, VIRGINIA, MAINE, SOUTH DAKOTA, MICHIGAN, ILLINOIS, 
DELAWARE, WISCONSIN, PUERTO RICO, HAWAII, NEW JERSEY, MINNESOTA, 
CONNECTICUT, ALASKA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MARYLAND, NEW YORK, RHODE 
ISLAND, DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA, MASSACHUSETTS, VERMONT, CALIFORNIA, 
IDAHO, KENTUCKY, AMERICAN SAMOA, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA, 
NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, PALAU, REPUBLIC OF MARSHALL ISLANDS, 
ARKANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA, MISSISSIPPI, VIRGIN ISLANDS, NEVADA, 
ARIZONA, WYOMING, UTAH, ALABAMA, COLORADO, GUAM, INDIANA, MONTANA 
AND KANSAS.

EXEMPTIONS.
PERSONS WHO CANNOT TAKE THE VACCINE FOR PREGNACY (NEED TO SHOW 
EVIDENCE BY A MEDICAL DOCTOR) OR MEDICAL REASONS (WITH WRITTEN 
APPROVAL OF THE SPH) AND PERSONS BETWEEN THE AGES OF FIVE (5) TO 
ELEVEN (11) YEARS, BOTH AGES INCLUDED SHALL NOT BE REQUIRED TO BE IN 
POSSESSION OF A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE UPON THEIR ARRIVAL IN MALTA 
FROM ANY OF THE ABOVE LIST OF COUNTRIES, SO LONG AS UPON THEIR 
ARRIVAL IN MALTA THEY ARE IN POSSESSION OF A NEGATIVE POLYMERASE 
CHAIN REACTION (PCR) COVID-19 TEST PERFORMED NOT LONGER THAN 
SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS BEFORE THEIR ARRIVAL IN MALTA. 

PERSONS WHO ARE RESIDENT IN MALTA AND WHO PRIOR TO THE 14TH JULY 
2021, WERE ALREADY EXPECTED TO RETURN TO MALTA FROM ANY OF THE 
COUNTRIES LISTED ABOVE, SHALL NOT BE  REQUIRED TO BE IN POSSESSION 
OF A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE UPON THEIR ARRIVAL IN MALTA, SO LONG AS 
UPON THEIR ARRIVAL IN MALTA THEY ARE IN POSSESSION OF A NEGATIVE 
POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) COVID-19 TEST PERFORMED NOT LONGER 
THAN SEVENTY-TWO (72) HOURS BEFORE THEIR ARRIVAL IN MALTA. 

PERSONS WHO ARE RESIDENT IN MALTA AND WHO PRIOR TO THE ENTRY INTO 
FORCE OF THIS NOTAM WERE ALREADY EXPECTED TO RETURN TO MALTA FROM 
ANY COUNTRY OTHER THAN THE ABOVE LISTED COUNTRIES, MAY RETURN TO 
MALTA SO LONG AS THOSE PERSONS, UPON THEIR ARRIVAL IN MALTA, ARE IN 
POSSESSION OF A RECOGNIZED VACCINE CERTIFICATE.

PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF FIVE (5) YEARS SHALL BE EXEMPT FROM 
PRESENTING A RECOGNIZED VACCINATION CERTIFICATE OR A NEGATIVE 
POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) COVID-19 TEST UPON THEIR ARRIVAL IN 
MALTA FROM ANY OF THE COUNTRIES LISTED ABOVE.
FROM: 17 JUL 2021  10:08   TO: 31 AUG 2021  21:59

Montenegro - Open with Restrictions - 11/07/2021

MONTENEGRO

 

Date:                November 07, 2021
Subject:            Latest Country Restrictions

Status:           Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to land
  • US passengers: Allowed to enter
  • Vaccination Certificate issued at least 14 days prior to arrival, or
  • A negative PCR- 72 hours prior to arrival, or
  • Technical refueling and Crew rest is allowed.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • LYPG/Podgorica and LYTV/Tivat are open for international flights.
  • U.S. citizen tourists who do not have residency in Montenegro will not be permitted to enter without a negative PCR test within the previous 72 hours or without proof of full vaccination.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Travelers entering Montenegro from other countries are required to present a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours OR a vaccination certificate (fully vaccinated at least 14 days before entry) OR a recovery certificate.

            Exempted are:

    • The obligation to take the test does NOT apply to children up to the age of 5.
    • Health professionals, health researchers and scientists
    • Persons performing transport of passengers and goods (air crew)
    • Diplomats, staff of international organizations, military personnel, humanitarian workers while exercising their activities
    • Certain categories of passengers in transit

Registration

By law you must register with the local police or tourism organization in the town/city where you are staying within 24 hours of your arrival in Montenegro, unless you are staying in a hotel or other commercial accommodation where you’ll be registered automatically on checking in.

If you do not register you may be fined, detained, or face a court appearance.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • 30th November 2021 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A6735/21 - AD HOURS OF SERVICE FOR LYPG:

MON WED THU SUN 0615-2000

TUE SAT         0615-2030

FRI             0615-2100

DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK, AD OPERATOR MAY CHANGE AD OPR

HOURS COMPARED TO THOSE PUBLISHED, SUBJECT TO PRIOR APPROVAL

BY THE COMPETENT TRANSPORT AUTHORITY. CHANGED AD OPR HOURS

SHALL BE ISSUED AS A NOTAM. 31 OCT 06:15 2021 UNTIL 26 MAR 20:30 2022. CREATED:

29 OCT 08:12 2021

Netherlands

NETHERLANDS

Date:          September 8, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through September 20, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS


BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
From September 4, United States is designated as a very high risk area. Travelers from such areas can only enter the Netherlands if they are fully vaccinated and comply with a mandatory quarantine requirement (unless they meet the criteria for an exemption).  As of September 6, 2021, such travelers also must present a negative COVID-19 PCR performed within 48 hours OR a negative antigen test performed within 24 hours prior to departure for entry to the Netherlands.  Even travelers who are exempt from the testing and quarantine requirements must complete a quarantine declaration.  The declaration can be completed online or printed and hand carried.

  • EU entry ban is in force for all travel from outside EU/Schengen countries. 
  • Persons traveling under the following exemption categories are exempted from the EU entry ban (testing and quarantine requirements still apply):
    • Fully vaccinated persons. Following paperwork must be shown at the Dutch Border:
      • A completed Vaccine Declaration Covid-19 form
      • Proof of vaccination approved by EMA or WHO
      • Proof of return flight
    • Necessary medical personnel
    • Cross-border commuters
    • Transport personnel including the air crew
    • Diplomats and staff of international organizations exercising their duties
    • Military personnel and humanitarian aid workers on duty
    • Residents of EU/Schengen states; Non-Dutch residents must prove that the Netherlands is not their final destination
    • Passengers in transit
    • Persons on board a state flight
    • Passengers traveling for imperative family reasons
    • Seafarers
    • Elite athletes and their support staff
    • Professional journalists and researchers
    • Students coming into Netherlands to study for less than 3 months
    • Highly skilled migrants coming to work for less than 3 months
    • Persons in the interest of the dutch economy ad society
    • Professionals in cultural and creative sectors
    • Partners in a long-distance relationship

 

 

  • Travelling from outside the EU/Schengen area:
    • Traveling from Safe Countries outside EU/Schengen:
      • ALBANIA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AZERBAIJAN, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, BRUNEI, CANADA, FAROE ISLANDS, GREENLAND, HONG KONG SAR, JAPAN, JORDAN, MACAU SAR, MOLDOVA, MONACO, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, SVALBARD, TAIWAN, UKRAINE, VATICAN CITY, CHINA (on reciprocity).
      • 1. No EU travel ban
        • You may travel to the Netherlands, the EU travel ban and does not apply to you.
      • 2. Proof of vaccination or negative test result required 
        • You need to show a negative test result if you are travelling from a safe country/region outside the EU/Schengen onwards. In some cases, a proof of vaccination is sufficient.
          • •    Read more information about the mandatory negative COVID-19 test result and the type of result you need. 
          • •    Read more information about the requirements for proof of vaccination
          • •    See netherlandsworldwide.nl for a list of locations for PCR and rapid tests abroad.
      • 3. No self-quarantine required
        • You are not required to self-quarantine when you arrive in the Netherlands. 
      • 4. Health declaration
        • If you are travelling by air you must fill in a health declaration (only when aged 13 or above) and carry it with you. Some airlines allow you to complete this health declaration digitally when you check in.
      • 5. Take a test (even if you have no symptoms and/or have been vaccinated)
        • You are advised to take a coronavirus test after arriving in the Netherlands. This applies even if you have been vaccinated. 
          • When you have arrived from a safe country or region with a proof of vaccination, do a self-test before you meet other people or go to work or school (even if you have been vaccinated).
          • If you do not have proof of vaccination, get tested on day 2 and 5 after your arrival (either by the GGD or by doing a self-test).
          • Young people who have been on holiday together should always make an appointment with the municipal health service (the GGD) to get tested as soon as they return home.
          • If you have symptoms, stay at home and make an appointment with the GGD to get tested as soon as possible.
  • Traveling from a High Risk area outside EU/Schengen:
    • Countries that are not listed under the Safe Countries or Very High Risk areas are considered High Risk areas.
      • 1. EU entry ban for high-risk areas outside the EU/Schengen area    
        • A European entry ban is in effect for some people, barring them from travelling from a high-risk area to the European Union or the Schengen area. You may only enter the Netherlands if the purpose of your trip falls under one of the exemption categories. People travelling from a high risk area who have been fully vaccinated can be exempted from the EU entry ban.
          • Read more information about the requirements for proof of vaccination.
          • Read more about the EU entry ban exemption categories
          • Family members who are exempt from the EU entry ban 
      • 2. Mandatory negative COVID-19 test result 
        • Travellers from outside the EU do not have to show a negative test result if they have proof of vaccination; proof of recovery is not sufficient to exempt these travellers from the negative test result requirement. If you can't show proof of vaccination, you must be able to show a negative COVID-19 test result (PCR not older than 48 hours or rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours). This applies to everyone aged 12 or over.  
          • Read more information about the requirements for proof of vaccination.
          • Read more information about the mandatory negative COVID-19 test result and the type of result you need. 
      • 3. No self-quarantine required
        • You are not required to self-quarantine when you arrive in the Netherlands. 
      • 4. Health declaration
        • If you are travelling by air you must fill in a health declaration (only when aged 13 or above) and carry it with you. Some airlines allow you to complete this health declaration digitally when you check in
      • 5. Take a test (even if you have no symptoms and/or have been vaccinated)
        • You are advised to take a coronavirus test after arriving in the Netherlands. This applies even if you have been vaccinated. 
          • If you do not have proof of vaccination, get tested on day 2 and 5 after your arrival (either by the GGD or by doing a self-test).
          • If you have proof of vaccination or recovery, do a self-test before meeting other people or going to work or school. This applies even if you have been vaccinated. 
          • Young people who have been on holiday together should always make an appointment with the municipal health service (GGD) to get tested as soon as they return home.
          • If you have symptoms, stay at home and make an appointment with the GGD to get tested as soon as possible.    
  • Traveling from a Very High Risk area outside EU/Schengen:
    • AFGHANISTAN, AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS, BANGLADESH, BOTSWANA, BRAZIL, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, CUBA, DOMINICA, ESWATINI, FIJI, FRENCH GUYIANA, FRENCH POLYNESIA, GEORGIA, GUADELOUPE, GUYANA, HAITI, INDIA, INDONESIA, IRAN, ISRAEL, KAZAKHSTAN KOSOVO, LESOTHO, MALAYSIA, MARTINIQUE, MONGOLIA, MONTENEGRO, MYANMAR, NAMIBIA, NEPAL, NORTH MACEDONIA, PAKISTAN, PANAMA, PHILIPPINES, SAINT LUCIA, SEYCHELLES, SOMALIA, SOUTH AFRICA, SRI LANKA, SURINAME, THAILAND, UNITED KINGDOM, UNITED STATES, VENEZUELA.
    • 1. EU entry ban for high-risk areas outside the EU/Schengen area
      • A European entry ban is in effect for some people, barring them from travelling to the European Union or the Schengen area. You may only enter the Netherlands if the purpose of your trip falls under one of the exemption categories. For example, people who have been fully vaccinated can be exempted from the EU entry ban. 
        • Read more information about the requirements for proof of vaccination.
        • Read more about the EU entry ban exemption categories
        • Family members who are exempt from the EU entry ban 
    • 2. Mandatory quarantine
      • Self-quarantaine is mandatory if you travel/return to the Netherlands after staying in very high risk countries. This requirement also applies even if you have been vaccinated. You must be able to show a completed, printed and signed quarantine declaration. You may be fined if you do not have a quarantine declaration or if you do not comply with the mandatory quarantine requirement.
        • Read more information about the mandatory quarantine.
    • 3. Negative COVID-19 test result
      • You must be able to show a negative COVID-19 test result – PCR not older than 48 hours or antigen test no more than 24 hours prior departure. This applies to everyone aged 12 or over and even if you have been vaccinated or have a proof of recovery. 
    • 4. Health declaration
      • If you are travelling by air you must fill in a health declaration (only when aged 13 or above) and carry it with you. Some airlines allow you to complete this health declaration digitally when you check in.
  • Detailed entry information for arrivals from countries within EU/Schengen is available at: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-netherlands-from-abroad/checklist-entry/from-the-eu


 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed; crew members must self-quarantine during the stay

 
 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All travelers from very high risk areas (with or without a variant of concern) are required to self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival. The quarantine period can be ended with a negative PCR test taken 5 days after arrival. Detailed information is available at: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-netherlands-from-abroad/self-quarantine/mandatory-quarantine
    • Exempted from quarantine requirements are certain travelers e.g. personnel in the international transportation. 
    • Business travelers must, in principle, self-quarantine for 10 days on arrival in the Netherlands. An exception is made only for activities that are necessary for carrying out the work for which they have travelled to the Netherlands (such as business appointments). Quarantine declaration is required: https://quarantinedeclaration.government.nl/en
    • Crew members of private aircraft are considered to be members of the business delegation. Please be aware that crew members must self-quarantine for 10 days upon arrival in the Netherlands (or for the duration of their stay if staying for 10 days or less).
    • Full information on the exempted categories is available at https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-netherlands-from-abroad/self-quarantine/exceptions-mandatory-quarantine
  • Testing requirements:
    • See attached
      • Schema: Courtesy of Jet Aviation Netherlands 


 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
September 20
 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
More travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu


 

LATEST NOTAMS 
A1734/21

COVID-19: TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 
VACCINES, AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES ARE 
EXEMPTED FROM ANY DUTCH ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED 
CRITICAL. FOR SUCH CRITICAL FLIGHTS INSERT STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE 
IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN.
FROM: 28 JUL 2021  08:33   TO: 28 OCT 2021  10:00 EST

A1800/21
COVID-19: BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF THE 
NETHERLANDS, THERE ARE CURRENTLY COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT.
NOTICE 1: AS OF AUGUST 8TH 2021, CHANGES IN REGARDS TO TRAVEL AND 
TESTING REGULATION WILL BE IN EFFECT.
NOTICE 2: AS OF AUGUST 14TH 2021, A WAITING PERIOD OF 28 DAYS IS 
REQUIRED FOR TRAVELLERS WHO HAVE BEEN ADMINISTERED THE JANSSEN 
VACCINE. TRAVELLERS WHO HAVE A JANSSEN CERTIFICATE THAT WAS ISSUED 
BEFORE THE 14TH OF AUGUST, HAVE A WAITING PERIOD OF 14 DAYS.
PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION:
HTTPS://WWW.GOVERNMENT.NL/COVID19NOTAM
(DOCUMENTS: NL COVID-19 TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS AND VACCINE DECLARATION).
DURATION OF TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS:
THE TEMPORARY TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE UNTIL FURTHER 
NOTICE, REGARDLESS OF THE INDICATED ENDING TIME OF THIS NOTAM. ANY 
POSSIBLE CHANGE OF THIS PERIOD WILL BE ASSESSED DEPENDING ON FURTHER
DEVELOPMENTS.
FROM: 07 AUG 2021  22:00   TO: 07 OCT 2021  21:59 EST

A1861/21
BASED ON THE LATEST COVID-19 REGULATIONS (TIJDELIJKE REGELING 
MAATREGELEN COVID-19) ALL FLIGHTS SHOULD ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING 
CONDITIONS:
1. DISINFECT CABIN, SEATS AND INSTRUMENTS.
2. ALL PASSENGERS ARE REQUIRED TO USE A MANDATORY NON MEDICAL FACE 
MASK FROM BEFORE BOARDING UNTIL AFTER DISEMBARKING (NON COMMERCIAL 
FLIGHTS ARE EXEMPTED).
3. BEFORE BOARDING, A HEALTH CHECK OF ALL POB SHALL BE PERFORMED BY 
CREW BASED ON THE RIVM GUIDELINES: 
HTTPS://WWW.RIVM.NL/CORONAVIRUS-COVID-19/ADVIEZEN-WERK-VRIJE-TIJD/GEN
ERIEK-KADER-CORONAMAATREGELEN
4. COMPANIES SHALL ADHERE TO COMPANY SPECIFIC PROTOCOL.
NOTE:
POLICE, HELICOPTER EMERGENCY SERVICES AND SAR FLIGHTS ARE EXEMPTED.
FROM: 16 AUG 2021  13:44   TO: 19 SEP 2021  09:00 EST

Northern Macedonia - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

NORTH MACEDONIA

 

Date:               November 08, 2021
Subject:            Latest Country Restrictions through December 08, 2021

Status:           Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft can land
  • US Citizens are allowed to enter.
  • Minors under the age of 18 exempt from testing and quarantine.
  • Proof of vaccination against COVID-19
  • A certificate of recovery from COVID-19 in the past 45 days (from day of recovery)
  • Negative PCR – 72 hours prior to arrival.
  • Transit passengers – less than 5 hours stay testing not required.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No restrictions.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Travelers arriving from India, Brazil and countries in Africa are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
  • See the WHO webpage Republic of North Macedonia and Situation Dashboard for details.
  • Travelers are recommended to remain aware of the local restrictions and lockdown measures and changes can occur on short notice.
  • Ministry of Health of North Macedonia - http://zdravstvo.gov.mk/
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia - https://www.mfa.gov.mk/

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • 08 December 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Health screening measures are in place at Skopje International Airport.

 

LATEST NOTAMS

N/A

Norway

NORWAY

Date:        November 17, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through December 17, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • US citizens are not permitted to enter unless the traveler qualifies for a travel exception such as close family members and persons in an established relationship with a resident of Norway. The complete list of border closure exceptions and most up-to-date information can be found on the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration COVID-19 information page. 
  • Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry? No, not if you are fully vaccinated or have had COVID-19 during the preceding six months. All other travelers permitted to Norway, with a few exceptions, are subject to mandatory testing for COVID-19. Travelers must have a negative test taken 24 hours prior to departure and must also take a test upon entry.
    • The following foreign groups can enter Norway at present:
      • foreign nationals who are fully vaccinated or who have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months and who can document this with a COVID-19 certificate that is connected to the EUDCC gateway.
      • minors travelling together with their parents, if the parents are exempt from travel restrictions because they have a COVID-19 certificate
      • minors travelling to Norway together with their parents, if the parents are exempt from travel restrictions on grounds other than a COVID-19 certificate 
      • foreign students with a place at a Norwegian educational institution
      • PhD students at Norwegian educational or research institutions
      • foreign nationals who are visiting or will be staying with close family members in Norway: 
        • foreign nationals who have a family immigration permit
        • foreign nationals who are the spouse/registered partner/cohabitant, minor or adult child or step-child of Norwegian citizens, if the family lives together abroad and they are travelling together with the Norwegian citizen or are joining this person in Norway
        • foreign nationals who are the spouse/registered partner/cohabitant, minor or adult child or step-child of a foreign worker who is an EEA national who does not reside in Norway, when these family members travel to Norway together with the EEA national or are joining this person in Norway
        • foreign nationals, regardless of the country they are a citizen of or reside in, that have one of the following relationships with a person residing in Norway: spouse/registered partner/cohabitant, minor or adult child and step-child and parent and step-parent of a minor or adult child/step-child, grandparent and step-grandparent, grandchild and step-grandchild, romantic partner over the age of 18 (this is following an application-based scheme for prior approval for visits from romantic partners) and a romantic partner’s minor child
      • foreign nationals who are arriving for a contact visit with their children
      • foreign nationals for whom there are special reasons for granting entry, such as special care responsibilities for people in Norway or other compelling compassionate grounds
      • asylum seekers and resettlement refugees
      • people belonging to certain professions: journalists, maritime and aeronautical personnel, freight and passenger traffic, diplomats and military personnel, Sami people engaged in reindeer husbandry, and researchers and crew on a marine research cruise
      • foreign nationals whose presence is strictly necessary in order to maintain sound operation of critical societal functions or safeguard the basic needs of the population
      • foreign nationals invited by the Norwegian authorities and employees of international organizations
      • foreign nationals with permanent residence in Svalbard or who need to travel via the Norwegian mainland on their way to or from their work or place of residence in Svalbard
    • Travelers arriving from green and orange countries and areas are not required to take a test at the border, while travelers from areas that trigger a duty to quarantine, have to be tested, unless they have recovered from COVID-19 or are fully vaccinated. They must be able to document this using a verifiable COVID-19 certificate that is connected to the EUDCC gateway. 
    • As a general rule, travelers that have a duty to be tested, shall do so at the border. 
    • If there is no test station at the border or the test station is closed, one must get tested with antigen rapid test at a public test station as soon as possible, and no later than 24 hours after arrival. 
    • There will still be a requirement to test at the border at border crossings where there is a test station. This will apply, for example, to all airports with foreign traffic, like Svinesund and Storskog.
    • Crew Requirements:
      • Crew on passenger/cargo flights are exempted from the entry restrictions.
      • Crew are not required to present a certificate of a negative Covid-19 test. 
      • Crew without EU digital Covid certificates that leave the aircraft, must fill out digital entry registration. 
      • No requirement for crew to get tested for Covid-19 at the airport for overnight stay.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical Refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • No travel quarantine is required for travellers arriving from green and orange countries and areas, but travellers arriving from red, dark red, purple (countries which the Norwegian Institute of Public Health considers to have an acceptable  infection rate) and grey countries (all other countries) must quarantine. People who are either fully-vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 during the past six months are exempt from this requirement. They must be able to document this by means of a verifiable COVID-19 certificate that is connected to the EUDCC gateway.
  • The quarantine must be completed in their own home or other suitable accommodation. The 10-day quarantine period can be shortened upon presentation of a negative PCR test taken no sooner than 3 days after arrival. Without such a test, the quarantine period is 10 days. The duty to stay at a quarantine hotel is lifted, but travellers may stay at a quarantine hotel if they have no other suitable accommodation.
  • You can find an overview of quarantine hotels in different municipalities here.
  • The duty to quarantine for children and young people under the age of 18 will be removed, but children should take a PCR test after 3 days. 
  • Everyone who arrives from a country with quarantine duty, must undergo a 10-day quarantine and should be tested.
  • If you are defined as close contact, you are basically healthy, but you have been in enough close contact with a person with COVID-19 who may have infected you.
  • Advice for household members or equivalently close
  • If you have been fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated, or have undergone COVID-19 less than 12 months ago,  you should take two tests. The first can be taken immediately, the next within 7 days, preferably between day 3-5 after the infected person was isolated.
  • If you are unvaccinated and over 18 years, you must be tested with:
    • antigen rapid test daily for 7 days OR
    • PCR test every other day for 7 days.
  • The municipality will inform you how this can be done. Parents can decide whether they want their child to be tested, but unvaccinated people under 18 years of age are recommended to follow the same test regimen as unvaccinated people over 18 years of age.
    • You should stay at home until you get the result from the first test that is negative.
  • By carrying out the recommended test regimen, you can live as normal if you test negative.
  • If you do not carry out the recommended test regimen, you should avoid being in contact with other people for 7 days.
  • If you test positive, you must be in isolation.
  • Monitor your state of health for 10 days. If you experience symptoms consistent with COVID-19, you should be tested, regardless of vaccination status, and stay at home.
  • Check the colour code of your country:

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 17, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All travelers arriving in Norway must register digitally or using a paper form within 72 hours of their arrival and prior crossing the border. Receipt of digital registration or the completed paper form will be shown to the police at the border check. Travel registration is available at www.entrynorway.no.
  • Detailed travel information is available at https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A4617/21 (Issued for ENOR ENOB) - COVID-19, TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS: FROM 25 SEP 2021 NORWEGIAN ENTRY
RESTRICTIONS AND QUARANTINE RULES WILL BE BASED ON THE SAME THRESHOLD
VALUES AS THOSE APPLIED IN THE EU. FOREIGN NATIONALS MAY BE TURNED
AWAY AT THE BORDER. ALL AIR CARRIERS MUST INFORM PASSENGERS ARRIVING
IN NORWAY OF THE FOLLOWING: PASSENGERS MUST FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES
WITH ALL THE COVID-19 RELATED RULES IN NORWAY AND HAVE ALL NECESSARY
DOCUMENTATION READY BEFORE ARRIVAL. PLEASE VISIT WWW.ENTRYNORWAY.NO
OR WWW.HELSENORGE.NO/EN/TRAVEL FOR MORE INFORMATION. NOTE THAT THE
TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS MAY BE EXTENDED PAST VALID DATE FOR THIS NOTAM.
RE.CREW: CREW ON PASSENGER/CARGO FLIGHTS ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE ENTRY
RESTRICTIONS. CREW ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PRESENT A CERTIFICATE OF A
NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST. CREW WITHOUT EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATES
THAT LEAVE THE AIRCRAFT, MUST FILL OUT DIGITAL ENTRY REGISTRATION. NO
REQUIREMENT FOR CREW TO GET TESTED FOR COVID-19 AT THE AIRPORT FOR
OVERNIGHT STAY. 05 NOV 12:55 2021 UNTIL 17 DEC 23:59 2021 ESTIMATED. CREATED:
05 NOV 12:58 2021

Poland

POLAND

Date:          June 11, 2021
Subject:      Latest Country Restrictions through June 26, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry to all foreigners is restricted including for transit purposes. Only foreigners under the following travel categories are allowed to enter:
    • Citizens or legal residents of EU member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Georgia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Thailand, South Korea, Tunisia, and Australia, and their spouses and children
    • Foreigners who are spouses or children of citizens of the Republic of Poland or who remain under their guardianship;
    • Holders of the Pole’s Card;
    • Foreigners with a permanent or temporary residence in Poland
    • Persons with diplomatic status in Poland, and their family members
    • Foreigners on duty for transport of persons or goods
    • Pupils and students receiving education in the Republic of Poland
    • Scientists conducting research or development works in Poland
    • Foreigners who arrive due to their participation as a competitor, member of the training staff, medical doctor, physiotherapist or a referee in international master league sports events organised in the territory of Poland
    • Foreigners who arrive for humanitarian reasons
    • Citizens of Belarus
    • Citizens of the United Kingdom as well as their children and spouses
    • Seafarers
    • Foreign entrepreneurs and representatives of foreign economic entities arriving for business purposes; notification from Embassy/consent of the relevant foreign affairs minister is required.
    • In particular cases not listed above, the chief of the Polish Border Guard may allow entry upon prior approval. 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Mandatory 10-day self-isolation is required for all travelers entering Poland. 
  • Exempted are:
    • Air crew
    • Members of diplomatic missions, consular offices and representatives of international organizations
    • Travelers vaccinated against COVID-19 with an EU-approved vaccine and holding a vaccination certificate
    • Travelers that have been Covid-19 infected within the last 6 months and having ended isolation and no longer contagious
    • Travelers from Schengen countries holding a negative PCR test result not older than 48 hours
    • Travelers from outside of the Schengen area that will obtain a negative PCR test result within 48 hours after arrival in Poland (tests taken in countries outside the Schengen area do not qualify for exemption from quarantine, only PCR test taken in Poland is acceptable)
  • Travelers are recommended to remain aware of the local restrictions and lockdown measures. 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • June 26, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Passengers are required to complete a Passenger Locator form and a Health Declaration form. 
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

C0506/21
COVID-19: TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 
VACCINES, 
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK 
APPROVAL FROM CAA OF POLAND (CAAPL(AT)ULC.GOV.PL) FOR EXEMPTION FROM 
ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL. UPON APPROVAL, 
STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN FIELD 18 OF 
THE FLIGHT PLAN. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID-19 VACCINES 
REGULARLY MAY REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 29 APR 2021  10:56   TO: 29 JUL 2021  23:59 EST

C0671/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
I.
THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND HAS ISSUED A 
REGULATION ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS, ORDERS AND 
PROHIBITIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE STATE OF EPIDEMIC.
II.
TILL JUNE 25 2021, AT 2359 LMT (JUNE 25 2021, AT 2159 UTC)
ACTIVITIES RELATED TO PASSENGER AIR TRANSPORT ARE ACCEPTABLE UNDER 
THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 
1) HAND DISINFECTION LIQUIDS ARE PROVIDED ON BOARD. 
2) ACFT IS DISINFECTED: 
A) ONCE A DAY IN THE EVENT OF FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITH PASSENGERS, 
B) AFTER EACH FLIGHT WITH A SICK PERSON OR A PERSON SUSPECTED OF AN 
INFECTIOUS DISEASE, 
C) BEFORE AND AFTER EACH FLIGHT OPERATION WITH PASSENGERS LASTING AT 
LEAST 6 HOURS.
3) THE AIR CREW DELIVERS TO PASSENGERS THE PASSENGER LOCATOR FORMS, 
FOR HEALTH PURPOSES AND PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 PASSENGER SELF 
DECLARATION FORMS, PASSENGERS FILL THE FORMS AND THE CREW 
COLLECTS THE FILLED FORMS - IN CASE WHEN THE PASSENGER CROSSES THE 
STATE BORDER, TO GO TO HIS PLACE OF RESIDENCE OR STAY IN THE 
TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND.
III.
THE AIR CREW SUBMITS THE FILLED TRAVELLER LOCATOR FORMS FOR HEALTH 
PURPOSES, PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 PASSENGER SELF DECLARATION FORMS AND
ICAO GENERAL DECLARATION INDICATING THE NUMBER OF FORMS COLLECTED 
FROM PASSENGERS TO A PERSON DESIGNATED BY THE AERODROME OPERATOR.
IV.
THE AERODROME OPERATOR SUBMITS THE PASSENGER LOCATOR FORMS FOR 
HEALTH PURPOSES AND PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 PASSENGER SELF 
DECLARATION FORMS TO THE RELEVANT ENTITY OF THE STATE SANITARY 
INSPECTION FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENTERING THE DATA CONTAINED THEREIN 
INTO THE IT SYSTEM.
V.
TILL JUNE 25 2021, AT 2359 LMT (JUNE 25, AT 2159 UTC) A PASSENGER:
1) WHO DID NOT FILL IN A HEALTH DECLARATION DURING THE CHECK-IN, 
ACCORDING TO A FORM MADE AVAILABLE BY THE AIR CARRIER, 
2) WHO DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE OBLIGATION TO COVER THE MOUTH AND 
THE NOSE WITH A MASK,
3) WHO UNDERGOES MANDATORY QUARANTINE, ISOLATION OR HOME ISOLATION,
- SHALL NOT BE ADMITTED ON BOARD.
VI.
TILL JUNE 25 2021, AT 2359 LMT (JUNE 25 2021, AT 2159 UTC)
IT IS OBLIGATORY TO COVER THE MOUTH AND NOSE WITH A MASK ON BOARD OF 
AIRCRAFT - THE OBLIGATION DOES NOT APPLY TO THE AIR CREW IN THE 
COCKPIT.
VII.
TILL JUNE 25 2021, AT 2359 LMT (JUNE 25 2021, AT 2159 UTC) 
PASSENGERS CROSSING THE BORDER OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND IN 
ORDER TO GO TO THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE OR STAY IN THE TERRITORY OF 
THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND, ARE OBLIGED TO UNDERGO A 10-DAY QUARANTINE, 
COUNTING FROM THE DAY FOLLOWING THE CROSSING OF THIS BORDER.
THE QUARANTINE OBLIGATION DOES NOT APPLY TO:
1) THE AIR CREW,
2) MEMBERS OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS, CONSULAR OFFICES AND 
REPRESENTATIVES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS WITH MEMBERS OF THEIR 
FAMILIES, OR ANY OTHER PERSONS CROSSING THE BORDER WHO ARE HOLDERS 
OF VALID DIPLOMATIC PASSPORTS, 
3) PERSONS VACCINATED AGAINST THE COVID-19 IN RESPECT OF WHICH THE 
PERSONAL VACCINATION CERTIFICATE WAS ISSUED
4) ONLY IN CASE OF CROSSING THE INTERNAL BORDER OF SCHENGEN AREA - 
PERSONS HOLDING NEGATIVE SARS-COV2 TEST RESULT, CARRIED OUT 
BEFORE CROSSING THE BORDER AND NOT EARLIER THAN 48 HOURS COUNTING 
FROM THE MOMENT WHEN THE TEST RESULT WAS ACHIEVED,
5)PERSONS, WHO ENDED HOME ISOLATION, ISOLATION OR 
HOSPITALISATION DUE TO SARS-COV-2 INFECTION, NOT LATER THAN 6 MONTHS 
BEFORE THE DAY OF CROSSING THE BORDER OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND.
6)AND PERSONS HOLDING NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 TEST RESULT, CARRIED OUT 
UPON ARRIVAL AT THE AIRPORT ON THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF 
POLAND, BEFORE CROSSING THE AIRPORT BORDER CHECKS, UNLESS THEY ARE 
TRAVELLING FROM THE TERRITORY OF THE FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL, 
THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA OR SOUTH AFRICA.
QUARANTINE OBLIGATION PERIOD IS REDUCED IF NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 TEST 
RESULT HAS BEEN OBTAINED BY THE PERSON CROSSING THE BORDER, CARRIED 
OUT NOT LATER THAN 48 HOURS AFTER THE MOMENT OF CROSSING THE BORDER.
FOR THE PERSON TRAVELLING FROM THE TERRITORY OF THE FEDERATIVE 
REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL, THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA OR SOUTH AFRICA, 
QUARANTINE OBLIGATION PERIOD IS REDUCED ONLY WHEN A NEGATIVE 
SARS-COV-2 TEST RESULT HAS BEEN OBTAINED BY THE PERSON CROSSING THE 
BORDER, CARRIED OUT NOT EARLIER THAN 7 DAYS AFTER THE MOMENT OF 
CROSSING THE BORDER. 
BEFORE THE TAKE-OFF, AIR OPERATORS ARE OBLIGED TO INFORM THE 
PASSENGERS WHO FLY TO THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND ABOUT CONTENT 
OF POINT VII.
VIII.
MORE DETAILS ON RESTRICTIONS MENTIONED ABOVE ARE PROVIDED IN THE 
REGULATION ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS, ORDERS AND 
PROHIBITIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE STATE OF EPIDEMIC.
FROM: 05 JUN 2021  22:00   TO: 25 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

Portugal - Open with Restrictions - 10/13/2021

PORTUGAL

Date:            October 13, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through November 01, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
Passengers from USA: Allowed for any travel reason. PCR 72h or Antigen 48h or Vaccination certificate or Recovery certificate required + PLF. No Quarantine. 
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • All flights to land/depart from continental Portugal are suspended. Following flights are allowed:
    • Essential & Non-Essential travel passengers from EU-MEMBER STATES, ICELAND, LIECHTENSTEIN, NORWAY, SWITZERLAND.
    • Essential & Non-Essential travel passengers from SAUDI ARABIA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, CHILE, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, JORDAN, KUWAIT, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, CHINA, RWANDA, SINGAPORE, UKRAINE, URUGUAY, HONG KONG, MACAU AND TAIWAN.
    • Essential & Non-Essential travel passengers from BRAZIL, UNITED STATES AND UNITED KINGDOM.
    • Essential travel from other countries allowed for professional, study, family reunion, health or humanitarian reasons.
    • Repatriation flights of foreign citizens promoted by competent authorities of their home states, subject to previous request and agreement and respect to reciprocity.
    • Passengers that hold a EU Digital Covid-19 certificate or an authorized Covid-19 vaccination certificate. 
    • Passengers holding a proof of complete vaccination schedule (min. 14 days)

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; 
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • ALLOWED (Essential and non-essential travel):
  • Countries of the European Union, Schengen Associated countries (Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland), Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, South Korea, United States of America, Jordan, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay and special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao:
    • RT-PCR Test (or similar NAAT test) - 72h before boarding, OR
    • Rapid Antigen Test - 48h before boarding, OR
    • a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate, OR
    • a valid Vaccination or recovery certificate issued by a third country, under reciprocal conditions.
    • Children under 12 do not need to present test.
    • Passenger Locator Card 
  • All passengers & crew need to fill a Passenger Locator Card (individually) before departure to Portugal or on board at https://portugalcleanandsafe.pt/en/passenger-locator-card.
  • EU Digital COVID Certificate
  • The EU Digital COVID Certificate, accepted from 1 july at European border services, will facilitate free movement of citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a digital proof that a person:
    • Has been vaccinated against COVID-19, or
    • Has received a negative test result (NAAT test or Rapid Antigen test), or
    • Has recovered from COVID-19.
    • * Children under 12 years old are exempt of presenting the EU Digital COVID Certificate or testing requirements
    • * Young people (under 18) do not need to comply with 14 days of isolation when accompanying adults have proof of complete vaccination
  • More information at https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/safe-covid-19-vaccines-europeans/eu-digital-covid-certificate_en
  • Certificates issued by third countries, under reciprocal conditions:
  • Vaccination certificates must include:
    • Given name(s) and surname(s) of the holder;
    • Date of birth;
    • Disease or agent targeted: COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 or one of its variants);
    • Vaccine against COVID-19 or prophylaxis;
    • Name of the vaccine against COVID-19;
    • Marketing authorization holder or manufacturer of the vaccine against COVID-19;
    • Number in a series of doses as well as the total number of doses in the series;
    • Date of vaccination, indicating the date of the last dose administered;
    • Member State or third country where the vaccine was administered;
    • Entity issuing the certificate.
  • Recovery certificates must include:
    • Given name(s) and surname(s) of the holder;
    • Date of birth;
    • Disease or agent from which the holder recovered: COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 or one of its variants);
    • Date of the first positiveresult of the diagnostic test;
    • Member State or third country in which the diagnostic test was performed;
    • Entity issuing the certificate;
    • Valid certificate
  • Non-reciprocity in the recognition by third countries of the validity of the EU COVID Digital Certificate issued by Portugal, in the modalities of vaccination or recovery certificates, prevents the recognition of the validity of certificates issued by these third countries.

 
DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • November 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A3944/21
COVID-19: CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS.
1) IN ACCORDANCE WITH PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS AIMING TO 
IMPROVE APPROPRIATE INFECTION PREVENTION AND SPREAD MITIGATION, 
TRAVELS TO CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL ARE SUSPENDED.
EXCEPTIONS ARE:
1A) ESSENTIAL AND NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL PASSENGERS FROM EUROPEAN 
UNION MEMBER STATES, LIECHTENSTEIN, NORWAY, ICELAND AND SWITZERLAND.
1B) ESSENTIAL AND NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL PASSENGERS FROM SAUDI ARABIA, 
AUSTRALIA, CANADA, CHILE, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, JORDAN, KUWAIT, NEW 
ZEALAND, QATAR, CHINA, RWANDA, SINGAPORE, UKRAINE, URUGUAY, HONG 
KONG, MACAU AND TAIWAN.
1C) ESSENTIAL AND NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL PASSENGERS FROM BRAZIL, 
UNITED STATES AND UNITED KINGDOM.
1D) PASSENGERS THAT HOLD A EU DIGITAL COVID-19 CERTIFICATE OR AN 
AUTHORIZED COVID-19 VACCINATION CERTIFICATE.

1E) PASSENGERS THAT HOLD A PROOF OF COMPLETE VACCINATION SCHEDULE OF 
THE RESPECTIVE HOLDER, FOR AT LEAST 14 DAYS, WITH A COVID-19 VACCINE.

1F) ESSENTIAL TRAVEL FROM COUNTRIES NOT SET IN 1A), 1B) AND 1C) FOR 
PROFESSIONAL, STUDY, FAMILY REUNION, HEALTH OR HUMANITARIAN REASONS.
1G) TRAVELS INTENDED TO ALLOW FOREIGN CITIZENS, WHO ARE IN 
CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL, TO RETURN TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES, IF 
SUCH FLIGHTS ARE PROMOTED BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF THEIR HOME 
STATES AND SUBJECT TO PREVIOUS REQUEST AND AGREEMENT, WITH RESPECT 
TO RECIPROCITY PRINCIPLE.

2) FOREIGN CITIZENS WITH NO LEGAL RESIDENCE IN NATIONAL TERRITORY 
WHO MAKE A STOPOVER AT A NATIONAL AIRPORT MUST WAIT FOR A FLIGHT TO 
THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES IN A DESIGNATED PLACE AT THE AIRPORT.

3) AIRLINES SHOULD ONLY ALLOW PASSENGERS TO BOARD, WITH DESTINATION 
OR STOPOVER IN CONTINENTAL PORTUGAL, BY PRESENTING AT THE TIME OF 
DEPARTURE A PROOF OF A NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TEST (NAAT) FOR 
SARS-COV-2 WITH NEGATIVE RESULT, DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE 
DEPARTURE OR A RAPID ANTIGEN DETECTION TEST (RADT) FOR SARS-COV-2 
WITH NEGATIVE RESULT, DONE WITHIN 48 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE. 
PASSENGERS THAT PRESENT PROOF STATED AT 1D) AND 1E) ARE EXEMPTED.
4) NATIONAL AND FOREIGN CITIZENS WITH LEGAL RESIDENCE IN NATIONAL 
TERRITORY AND DIPLOMATS PLACED IN PORTUGAL, WHO, EXCEPTIONALLY, DO 
NOT HAVE A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 PROOF WILL BE FORWARDED BY 
AUTHORITIES TO CARRY OUT A NAAT OR A RADT TEST ON ARRIVAL IN 
NATIONAL TERRITORY, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSES.

5) THE ENTRY IN NATIONAL TERRITORY SHALL BE REFUSED TO THIRD COUNTRY 
NATIONAL CITIZENS WITH NO LEGAL RESIDENCE IN NATIONAL TERRITORY, 
WHEN BOARDING WITHOUT A TEST PROOF OF A NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION 
TEST (NAAT) FOR SARS-COV-2 WITH NEGATIVE RESULT, DONE WITHIN 72 
HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE OR A RAPID ANTIGEN DETECTION TEST (RADT) FOR 
SARS-COV-2 WITH NEGATIVE RESULT, DONE WITHIN 48 HOURS BEFORE 
DEPARTURE. PASSENGERS THAT PRESENT PROOF STATED AT 1D) AND 1E) ARE 
EXEMPTED.

6) AIRLINES THAT ALLOW PASSENGERS TO BOARD WITHOUT A TEST PROOF OF A 
NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TEST (NAAT) FOR SARS-COV-2 WITH NEGATIVE 
RESULT, DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE OR A RAPID ANTIGEN 
DETECTION TEST (RADT) FOR SARS-COV-2 WITH NEGATIVE RESULT, DONE 
WITHIN 48 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE, OR THAT DO NOT PRESENT PROOF 
STATED AT 1D) AND 1E) ARE IN BREACH OF THE DUTIES ESTABLISHED AND 
SHALL BE OBJECT OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS FORESEEN IN PORTUGUESE 
LAW.
7) CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE ARE EXEMPTED TO COMPLY WITH 3), 4) 
5) AND 6).
8) THE DUTIES SET ON THIS NOTAM DO NOT APPLY TO STATE, MIL, FIRE 
FIGHTING, CARGO/MAIL, HOSP, MEDEVAC, HUM AND TECHNICAL STOPOVERS FOR 
NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES AND CREW MEMBERS.

9) THIS NOTICE DOES NOT REPLACE THE LEGAL ACT ESTABLISHED IN 
PORTUGUESE OFFICIAL JOURNAL/DIARIO DA REPUBLICA.
FROM: 01 OCT 2021  16:21   TO: 30 OCT 2021  23:59

Romania

ROMANIA

Date:  April 6, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through May 1, 2021
CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry is allowed to citizens of the EU/Schengen member states.
  • Third country citizens are allowed entry for essential travel only and are advised to contact the Romanian Embassy in their country of origin prior to traveling.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; prior permission is required.
  • Crew rest is allowed; prior permission is required.

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All travelers arriving from high risk countries/areas (yellow zone) are required to present a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours and self-isolate for 14 days.
  • Exempted from the quarantine requirements are:
    • Aircraft crew
    • Passengers staying less than 72 hours in Romania and presenting a negative PCR test result not older than 48 hours
    • Passengers holding a vaccination certificate (2 nd vaccine dose is required to be administered at least 10 days prior arrival)
  • The list of the high risk countries is updated weekly and is available at http://www.cnscbt.ro/index.php/liste-zone-afectate-covid-19.
  • Travelers are recommended to remain aware of the local lockdown measures and restrictions as changes can occur on a short notice.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
May 1

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS
A0192/21

COVID-19: INFORMATION
TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES,
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD
ASK APPROVAL FROM ARO/BRIEFING BUCURESTI OTOPENI FOR EXEMPTION
FROM ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL.
UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN
ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN.
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID 19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY
REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
FROM: 28 JAN 2021 00:00 TO: 28 APR 2021 23:59 EST

A0266/21
COVID-19 AIR CARRIERS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:
1. ALL AIR CARRIERS ARE REQUIRED TO ADVISE PAX AND TO CHECK
COMPLIANCY IN RESPECT TO SANITARY TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS FOR ENTRY
TO ROMANIA, THROUGH HENRI COANDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
BUCHAREST/LROP, SUCH AS, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: TESTING, QUARANTINE
OBLIGATIONS, MANDATORY DOCUMENTS.
2. ALL AIR CARRIERS SHALL CHECK AT THE ORIGIN OF THE FLIGHT THE
MATCH OF THE DECLARATION (STATEMENT) IMPOSED BY THE ROMANIAN
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH (DSP) WITH ID CARD OR EQUIVALENT
PRIOR TO BOARDING THE AIRCRAFT. THE DECLARATION (STATEMENT) MUST
BE VERIFIED BY THE AIR CARRIER TOGETHER WITH ID CARD OR EQUIVALENT PRIOR BOARDING TO AIRCRAFT.
3. ALL AIR CARRIERS MUST ENSURE THAT PASSENGERS INTENDING TO
ENTER ROMANIA THROUGH HENRY COANDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
BUCHAREST/LROP AND ARRIVING FROM AREAS WITH HIGH EPIDEMIOLOGICAL
RISK, AS BY UPDATED LIST PUBLISHED BY THE ROMANIAN AUTHORITIES
(CNSU), HAVE FILLED OUT THE ON-LINE FORM (HTTPS://CHESTIONAR.
STSISP.RO) OR HOLD TWO (2) COMPLETE AND SIGNED COPIES OF THE
DECLARATION (STATEMENT) IMPOSED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
HEALTH (DSP).
FROM: 01 FEB 2021 10:00 TO: 01 MAY 2021 10:00

Serbia - Open with Restrictions - 11/08/2021

SERBIA

 

Date:               November 8, 2021
Subject:   Latest Country Restrictions through November 30, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS

US aircraft: Allowed to land

US passengers: Allowed to enter; PCR 48h required or Recovery certificate

 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • No flight restrictions. All passengers must submit a negative PCR not older than 48 hours.
  • Cleaning and disinfection of aircraft is in force.
  • Transit pax are allowed without a PCTR test, so long as the time from entry to exit does not exceed 12 hours.
  • A PCR test is not required for accredited staff of foreign diplomatic and consular missions, as well as offices of international organizations. Also included are family members with diplomatic status in Serbia.
  • Travelers with Serbian residency or citizenship entering Serbia from North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Hungary and Bulgaria do not require a negative PCR test before entering Serbia.
  • U.S. citizens may enter Serbia without a negative COVID-19 test if they possess proof of recovery from COVID-19 at least 14 days prior to their entry and no more than 6 months prior to their entry.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed
  • Crew and cabin crew of aircraft whose final destination is Serbia do not require a PCR test.

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Foreign citizens with temporary or permanent residence in Serbia may enter without a negative PCR test, but will be required to quarantine at home for 10 days, as well as contact the nearest designated COVID-19 clinic or public health institution, within 24 hours of arrival, through the following official website: www.e-zdravlje.gov.rs. These individuals can also be tested in Serbia. If their PCR test is negative, they will no longer be required to quarantine at home.
  • Fully vaccinated individuals who received their vaccinations in Serbia do not need to present a negative COVID-19 test, nor quarantine, upon return to Serbia. More information is here, https://www.mfa.gov.rs/gradjani/ulazak-u-srbiju/covid-19-uslovi-za-ulazak.  For vaccinated individuals who received their vaccination outside of Serbia, a negative PCR test taken 48 hours prior to arrival to Serbia is required. See the December 22, 2020 bullet above regarding antigen tests.

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

November 30

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A5806/21 - COVID-19: INFORMATION

SAFETY ORDER 02/2020 ON CLEANING AND DISINFECTION OF AIRCRAFT

IS IN FORCE IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA.

SAFETY ORDER IS PUBLISHED ON THE CIVIL AVIATION DIRECTORATE OF

THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA WEBSITE:

HTTP://CAD.GOV.RS/UPLOAD/SAOBRACAJNA(PERCENT)20DELATNOST/2020/BEZB-NA

REDBDE/BEZBEDNOSNA(PERCENT)20NAREDBA(PERCENT)2002(UNDERSCORE)2020(UND

ERSCORE)08-07-2020.PDF. 29 SEP 06:41 2021 UNTIL 30 DEC 22:59 2021 ESTIMATED.

CREATED: 29 SEP 06:42 2021

 

A5781/21 - COVID-19 INFORMATION:

LYPG AND LYTV ARE OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT.

DUE TO COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES, RESTRICTIONS ARE IN FORCE FOR

PASSENGERS COMING TO MONTENEGRO. COVID-19 MEASURES AND

RECOMMENDATIONS ARE PUBLISHED ON THE WEB SITE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF

MONTENEGRO (WWW.GOV.ME). 28 SEP 08:27 2021 UNTIL 31 OCT 22:59 2021 ESTIMATED.

CREATED: 28 SEP 08:28 2021


A4430/21 - COVID-19: INFORMATION

INFORMATION RELEVANT FOR PREVENTION AND PROTECTION IN SERBIA:

I. PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO SERBIA, INCLUDING

INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM STATES WITH SPECIAL RISK

FROM SPREADING COVID-19 CONTAGIOUS DISEASE, AND TRAVELLING ABROAD

MAY BE FOUND AT: HTTPS://WWW.MFA.GOV.RS/EN

II. RESPONSIBLE HEALTH AUTHORITY IS MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF THE

REPUBLIC OF SERBIA HTTPS://WWW.ZDRAVLJE.GOV.RS

III. ACTUAL INFORMATION ON COVID-19 STATUS ARE GIVEN AT

HTTPS://COVID19.RS. 28 JUL 13:28 2021 UNTIL 29 OCT 21:59 2021 ESTIMATED. CREATED:

28 JUL 13:29 2021

Slovakia

SLOVAKIA

Date:          May 06, 2021
Subject:      Latest Country Restrictions through May 29, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Travelers arriving from the Schengen and low risk Third Countries (Australia, China, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan) are allowed entry for all travel purposes.
  • Travelers from high risk Third Countries, including U.S. citizens, are accepted for essential travel only and may be admitted if they are immediate family members of a Slovak citizen or resident, receive an entry exception from Slovak authorities, or otherwise qualify for entry.  No travel for tourism or regular business from the United States to the Schengen zone, including Slovakia, is permitted.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed; 
  • Crew rest is allowed; 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Travelers arriving from low-risk (green) countries AUSTRALIA, FINLAND, ICELAND, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN: no PCR test, no quarantine requirements.
  • Travelers arriving from a high risk EU country are required to present a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or to self-quarantine for 10 days upon entry. Persons arriving without a negative PCR test are additionally required to:
    • Register immediately upon entry at the website http://korona.gov.slc/ehranica and follow the instructions
    • Take a PCR test, not earlier than on a Day 5 of quarantine, and report the results on the abovementioned website. Quarantine ends if the test result is negative.
  • Travelers arriving from a high risk Third Country are required to self-quarantine for 10 days upon entry. Travelers are additionally required to:
    • Register immediately upon entry at the website http://korona.gov.slc/ehranica and follow the instructions
    • Take a PCR test, not earlier than on a Day 5 of quarantine, and report the results on the abovementioned website. Quarantine ends if the test result is negative.
  • Flight crews are exempted from the above requirements.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
May 29, 2021
 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All passengers including the transit passengers are required to register electronically prior entering Slovakia: https://korona.gov.sk/en/ehranica/
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS
A0360/21

COVID-19: CREWS REQUIREMENTS
I. THE PILOT RESPONSIBLE FOR AN AIRCRAFT ARRIVING TO FIR LZBB
UPON LANDING AT THE FIRST AIRPORT IN THE TERRITORY OF SLOVAK
REPUBLIC HAS TO PROVIDE THE GENERAL DECLARATION AND AIRCRAFT
COVID-19 DISINFECTION CONTROL SHEET TO AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL OF
THE AIRPORT OPERATOR.
II. THE PILOT RESPONSIBLE FOR AN AIRCRAFT IS REQUESTED TO REPORT
SUSPECTED COVID-19 CASES ON BOARD, IF POSSIBLE BEFORE LANDING,
TO THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL.
III. THE GENERAL DECLARATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND THE CIVIL
AVIATION ANTI-EPIDEMIC MEASURES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE WEBPAGE OF
THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC
HTTPS://WWW.MINDOP.SK/FACILITATION-AIR-TRANSPORT
FROM: 06 MAR 2021  22:10   TO: 06 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

A0361/21
COVID-19: AIRCRAFT OPERATORS REQUIREMENTS
THE AIRCRAFT OPERATORS ARRIVING TO FIR LZBB AND LANDING AT THE
AIRPORT IN THE TERRITORY OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC HAVE TO:
I. ENABLE BOARDING ONLY PASSENGERS WITH FILLED ELECTRONIC PLF
(PUBLIC HEALTH PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM).
II. INFORM PASSENGERS ABOUT THE OBLIGATION TO FILL IN ELECTRONIC
PLF.
III. KEEP THE DATA AVAILABLE TO THEM (IDENTIFICATION, CONTACT
DETAILS OF PASSENGERS AND SEATING PLANS) FOR MINIMUM 30 DAYS.
IV. UPON REQUEST OF A PUBLIC HEALTH AUTHORITY PROVIDE PASSENGERS
DATA NECESSARY FOR THE CONTACT-TRACING PURPOSES.
V. ENABLE PASSENGERS ONLY WITH COVERED UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT
WITH FFP2 RESPIRATOR WITHOUT EXHALATION VALVE TO ENTER AND STAY
ON BOARD THE AIRCRAFT.
VI. THE GENERAL DECLARATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, THE ELECTRONIC
PLF AND THE CIVIL AVIATION ANTI-EPIDEMIC MEASURES ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE WEBPAGE OF THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND CONSTRUCTION
OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC
HTTPS://WWW.MINDOP.SK/FACILITATION-AIR-TRANSPORT
FROM: 06 MAR 2021  22:10   TO: 06 JUN 2021  23:59 EST

A0751/21
COVID-19: AIRCRAFT OPERATORS REQUIREMENTS:
I. TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 VACCINES,
AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES SHOULD ASK
APPROVAL FROM TRANSPORT AUTHORITY FOR EXEMPTION FROM ATFM
MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED CRITICAL.
II. UPON APPROVAL, STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE SHALL BE INSERTED IN
ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN.
III. AIRCRAFT OPERATORS CARRYING COVID-19 VACCINES REGULARLY MAY
REQUEST APPROVAL IN ADVANCE FOR ALL FLIGHTS INVOLVED.
IV. THE APPLICATION FORM FOR APPROVAL OF EXEMPTION FROM ATFM
MEASURES IS AVAILABLE AT THE WEBPAGE OF THE TRANSPORT AUTHORITY
HTTP://LETECTVO.NSAT.SK/COVID-19-OPATRENIA/
V. THE REQUEST FOR THE EXEMPTION FROM ATFM MEASURES SHALL BE
ADDRESSED IN WORKING DAYS TO CIVIL AVIATION DIVISION
OF TRANSPORT AUTHORITY AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE VIA E-MAIL:
NAVIGACIA(A)NSAT.SK.
FROM: 26 APR 2021  12:27   TO: 26 JUL 2021  23:59 EST

Slovenia - Open with Restrictions - 09/28/2021

SLOVENIA

Date:  September 28, 2021
Subject: Latest Country Restrictions through October 26, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
US passengers: Allowed to enter for any reason; Vaccination certificate/ Recovery Certificate / PCR 72h / Antigen 48h required. 
Quarantine: Recovered/vaccinated/tested passengers exempted from 10 days self-quarantine. 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Non-essential travel (including for tourism purposes) is allowed for the following categories of persons and under the following conditions: 
    • Persons residing in the EU Member States and the Schengen area + Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican 
    • Persons residing in ALBANIA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AZERBAIJAN, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, BRUNEI, CANADA, ISRAEL, JAPAN, JORDAN, LEBANON, MONTENEGRO, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, KOSOVO, MOLDOVA, NORTH MACEDONIA, SAUDI ARABIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, UKRAINE, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, HONG KONG SAR, MACAO SAR, TAIWAN
    • Other foreign nationals if, on entry to the Republic of Slovenia, they present a vaccination certificate or proof that they recovered from COVID-19 during the last six months as well as a certificate proving that they have been vaccinated with at least one dose.
  • Visas for non-essential travel are only issued in the countries for which the Republic of Slovenia has lifted the restriction on non-essential travel on the basis of the EU recommendations. The Slovenian diplomatic missions have resumed visa operations in Australia, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Israel, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and USA. In countries that do not yet met these criteria, visas can only be issued in emergencies and only for essential travel. Visa representation has been suspended in most third countries and can only be used in cases that qualify as essential travel.
  • Proof upon entry:
    • A person who meets the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule (RVT rule) may enter the Republic of Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home. The RVT rule is met if a person provides one of the certificates listed below:
      • 1.    a negative PCR test provided that no more than 72 hours have passed since the swab was taken, or a negative rapid antigen test provided that no more than 48 hours have passed since the swab was taken,
      • 2.    EU Digital COVID Certificate in digital or paper format and with a QR code (EU DCC),
      • 3.    a digital COVID certificate of a third country in digital or paper format and with a QR code, which must contain the same data as the EU DCC and be issued in English by a competent health authority of the third country (DCC of a third country),
      • 4.    a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination to show that the person has received:
        • the second dose of the Comirnaty vaccine produced by Biontech/Pfizer or the Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine produced by Moderna or the Sputnik V vaccine produced by Russia’s Gamaleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology or the CoronaVac vaccine produced by Sinovac Biotech or the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Sinopharm or the Vaxzevria COVID-19 vaccine produced by AstraZeneca or the Covishield produced by the Serum Institute of India/or a combination of two previously listed vaccines;
        • the dose of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine produced by Johnson and Johnson/Janssen-Cilag. Proof of vaccination is obtained as of the day of vaccination.
      • 5.    a certificate of a positive PCR test result that is older than 10 days, unless a doctor determines otherwise, but not older than 180 days;
      • 6.    proof of recovery from COVID-19 referred to in the preceding point and proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to show that the person has received one dose of a vaccine under indent one of point 4 within a period of no more than 180 days since receiving a positive PCR test result or from the onset of symptoms; The person is protected as of the day of vaccination.
  • Proof of Testing:
    • A PCR test is deemed to be valid if performed in an EU member state, a Schengen Area country, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Turkey, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the UK or the US. If a PCR test is performed in a country other than those listed above, it is deemed to be valid if it meets all of the following conditions:
      • it contains at least the same data set as a PCR test issued in an EU member state or a Schengen Area country: name, surname, the person's unique identifier (personal identification number, health insurance number, number of passport or another document issued by that country, date of birth or other similar identifier), data on the test type (producer, date and time of taking the swab), data on the issuer of the certificate, and the date of the issuing of the certificate, and
      • has a QR code in accordance with the standards and technological systems that are interoperable with the European Digital COVID Certificate System, and
      • allows the authenticity, validity and integrity of the certificate to be verified in the same way as a European Digital COVID Certificate.
  • A rapid antigen test is deemed to be valid if performed in an EU member state, a Schengen Area country, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Turkey, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the UK or the US. If a rapid antigen test is carried out in a country other than those listed above, it is deemed to be valid if it meets all of the following conditions:
    • it contains at least the same data set as a rapid antigen test issued in an EU member state or a Schengen Area country: name, surname, the person's unique identifier (personal identification number, health insurance number, number of passport or another document issued by that country, date of birth or other similar identifier), data on the test type (producer, date and time of taking the swab), data on the issuer of the certificate, and the date of the issuing of the certificate, and
    • has a QR code in accordance with the standards and technological systems that are interoperable with the European Digital COVID Certificate System, and
    • allows the authenticity, validity and integrity of the certificate to be verified in the same way as a European Digital COVID Certificate.
  • Regardless of the issuing country, a rapid antigen test is valid only if it is listed in the on the common list of COVID-19 rapid antigen tests. 
  • Vaccination certificate:
    • Proof of vaccination must contain at least the following information: 
      • name, surname, date of birth, personal identification number or health insurance number or other unique identifier, information on the type of vaccine (manufacturer, batch, dose number, date of vaccination) and information on the institution that issued the certificate or proof. Foreigners are recommended to have their vaccination certificates translated into English or German.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • A person who does not provide the certificates / test results as described under Business Flight Restrictions is required to quarantine at home for a period of 10 days. In the case of a foreigner who is not resident in Slovenia, they may enter Slovenia and are sent to quarantine at home for 10 days if they provide unequivocal proof that they have a guaranteed place in which to undergo quarantine, otherwise entry to Slovenia will not be permitted.
  • Exempted from all quarantine & PCR requirements are: 
    • Persons on duty in the international transport
    • Persons in transit and leaving the country within 12 hours of entry
    • Children under 15 years
    • Persons who own or lease land in the border area or on both sides of the state border
    • Cross-border migrant workers
    • Person transporting a child under 15 years for educational purposes and returning within 2 hours of crossing the border
    • Persons who provide proof of a scheduled urgent medical examination or procedure
  • Detailed information is available on the government website: 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • October 26, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • As of 16 August 2021, Slovenia has introduced the European Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) to ensure rapid and easy contact tracing in case passengers travelling by plane or ship are exposed to a person with confirmed COVID-19 during their travels.
  • The Police has launched a web application called Enter Slovenia to facilitate travelling to Slovenia. It is intended for passengers travelling to Slovenia or entering the country in order to transit through its territory. Using the application is not mandatory.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0999/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION
AS OF 16 AUG 2021 ALL PASSENGERS ENTERING SLOVENIA BY AIRCRAFT 
ARE REQUESTED TO FILL OUT A DIGITAL PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM 
BEFORE ENTERING THE COUNTRY. FILLED OUT FORM IS NOT A 
REQUIREMENT FOR ENTRY INTO THE COUNTRY AND DOES NOT NEED TO BE 
CHECKED BY OPERATORS.
MORE INFORMATION - HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/EU-DPLF-EN
DIGITAL PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM - HTTPS://APP.EUPLF.EU/
FROM: 31 AUG 2021  11:47   TO: 30 SEP 2021  22:00 EST

A1150/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS
BASED ON THE GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE COVID-19 PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS 
ARE IN PLACE. CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS APPLY FOR CROSSING THE STATE 
BORDERS. ENTRY INTO SLOVENIA WITHOUT QUARANTINE IS PERMITTED TO A 
PERSON SUBMITTING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PROOFS:
- EUROPEAN DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE IN DIGITAL OR PAPER FORM, 
BEARING A QR CODE,
- DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE OF THIRD COUNTRIES IN DIGITAL OR PAPER 
FORM, BEARING A QR CODE, THAT CONTAINS THE SAME DATA AS THE EUROPEAN 
DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE AND ISSUED IN ENGLISH BY THE COMPETENT 
HEALTH AUTHORITY OF THE THIRD COUNTRY,
- A NEGATIVE PCR TEST PROVIDED THAT NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS HAVE 
PASSED SINCE THE SWAB WAS TAKEN,
- A NEGATIVE RAPID ANTIGEN TEST PROVIDED THAT NO MORE THAN 48 HOURS 
HAVE PASSED SINCE THE SWAB WAS TAKEN,
- A CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY (A CERTIFICATE OF POSITIVE PCR TEST 
RESULT, WHICH IS MORE THAN TEN DAYS OLD, UNLESS A DOCTOR ASSESSES 
OTHERWISE, BUT NO MORE THAN SIX MONTHS OLD, OR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE 
CONFIRMING THAT THE PERSON HAS RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 AND THAT NO 
MORE THAN SIX MONTHS HAVE ELAPSED SINCE THE ONSET OF SYMPTOMS)
- A CERTIFICATE OF VACCINATION.
ALL RESTRICTIONS, EXEMPTIONS, DETAILED REQUIREMENTS AND FURTHER 
INFORMATION REGARDING PROOFS ARE PUBLISHED ON THE WEBSITES:
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/BORDERCROSSING-SI
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/POLICE-ENTERSLOVENIA
FROM: 27 SEP 2021 15:56   TO: 25 OCT 2021  22:00 EST

A1151/21
COVID-19: CREW  RESTRICTIONS
BASED ON THE GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE PERSONS POSTED TO PERFORM TASKS IN 
THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT SECTOR SHALL BE EXCLUDED FROM QUARANTINE 
REQUIREMENTS IF SO DEMONSTRATED BY MEANS OF A CERTIFICATE FOR 
WORKERS IN THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT SECTOR CONTAINED IN ANNEX 3 
OF THE COMMISSION COMMUNICATION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GREEN LANES 
OR ANY OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENT WHICH INDICATES THAT THE PERSON HAS 
BEEN REFERRED BY THE EMPLOYER.
FROM: 27 SEP 2021  15:57   TO: 25 OCT 2021  22:00 EST

Spain - Open with Restrictions - 10/13/2021

SPAIN

Date:           October 13, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through November 01, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land 
Vaccinated passengers (US): Allowed for all travel reasons. Vaccination certificate + PLF. No quarantine. 
Unvaccinated passengers (US): Allowed for essential travel only. PCR 72h / Antigen 48h / recovery certificate + PLF. No quarantine.  


BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • From September 6, U.S. citizens can travel from the United States to Spain for all travel reasons (e.g. tourism) if they show proof of vaccination. Non-vaccinated U.S.Citizens are allowed to enter for essential travel only, and must show proof of a negative covid test or a recovery certificate. 
  • All travelers must present upon arrival a QR code generated through the Spain Travel Health portal, obtained through the website or by downloading the “SpTH app” in Google Play Store or iTunes App Store for each traveler, regardless of their age. 
  • Third Country nationals are allowed to enter Spain ONLY when traveling under the following travel categories:
    • a.    Habitual residents in the European Union, Schengen Associated States, Andorra, Monaco, The Vatican (Holy See) or San Marino who go to that country, proving it documentary.
    • b.    Holders of a long-term visa issued by a Member State or Schengen Associated State who are going to that country.
    • c.    Health professionals, including health researchers, and elderly care professionals who go to or return from exercising their work activity.
    • d.    Transport, marine and aeronautical personnel necessary to carry out air transport activities.
    • e.    Diplomatic, consular, international, military, civil protection and members of humanitarian organizations, in the exercise of their functions.
    • f.    Students who carry out their studies in the Member States or Schengen Associated States and who have the corresponding permit or visa for long-term stay, provided that they go to the country where they are studying, and that the entry occurs during the academic year or previous 15 days. If the destination is Spain and the duration of the stay is up to 90 days, it must be proven that the studies are carried out in an authorized teaching center in Spain, registered in the corresponding administrative registry, following a full-time program during this phase and in-person, and that leads to obtaining a degree or study certificate.
    • g.    Highly qualified workers whose work is necessary and cannot be postponed or carried out remotely, including participants in high-level sports events that take place in Spain. These circumstances must be justified documentary.
    • h.    Persons traveling for duly accredited imperative family reasons.
    • i.    People who travel for reasons of force majeure or need, or whose entry is allowed for humanitarian reasons, proving it documentary.
    • j.    Residents of third countries listed as follows - Provided that they come directly from them, have transited exclusively through other countries included in the list or have carried out only international transits in airports located in countries that do not appear in the annex. For residents of China, reciprocity is pending.
      • 1.    Australia, Canada, Chile, Jordan, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine, Uruguay, China (reciprocity is pending), Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR, Taiwan.
      • 2.    **Note: 06SEP-USA has been REMOVED from the above list. 
    • k.    Persons with a vaccination certificate, that the Ministry of Health recognizes for this purpose, after verification by the health authorities, as well as their accompanying minors (under 12 years of age). For persons resident in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland coming directly from this country, in addition to the vaccination certificate, diagnostic certificates of NAAT tests (nucleic acid amplification tests, e.g.: RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA, HAD, NEAR, CRISPR, SDA.....) will also be considered valid.
  • All third-country nationals, even if they belong to one of the above categories, who, after verification by the health authorities, do not meet the health control requirements for COVID-19 established by the Ministry of Health, will be subjected to denial of entry for public health reasons.
     

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • All passengers arriving in Spain by air or sea, including those arriving in transit to other countries, must complete a Health Control Form before departure and obtain their QR code to present it at boarding and at health controls on arrival in Spain:
  • From June 7th 2021, if you come from a country/area considered at risk for COVID-19, you must present a certificate or document certifying vaccination, an active infection diagnostic test (AIDT) or recovery from COVID-19. These certificates will be different if they have been issued in a country of the European Union (EU Digital COVID Certificate) or in a third country.
  • Children under the age of 12 years are exempt from submitting these certificates, but not from completing the Health Control Form and obtaining a QR code.
  • EU Digital COVID Certificate
  • The EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) is valid in all EU Member States and is issued by the competent authorities of the EU countries. The EU Digital COVID Certificate may be of three different types (vaccination, diagnostic test or recovery) and any of them may be used by travellers to enter Spain, as long as they meet the following criteria:
    • COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate: Valid 14 days after receiving the complete regimen. Any vaccine authorised by the European Union (European Medicines Agency, EMA) Will open in a new window and WHO Will open in a new window will be accepted.
    • Certificate of a diagnostic test for SARSCoV2 with negative result: NAAT- nucleic acid amplification tests (e.g.: RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA, HAD, NEAR, CRISPR, SDA), with sampling within the previous 72 hours to arrival in Spain. RAT-rapid antigen test, with sampling within the previous 48 hours to arrival in Spain. 
    • Recovery certificate: valid from day 11 after the first positive NAAT and up to 180 days after the sample date
  • COVID-19 certificates of vaccination, diagnostic tests or recovery issued by countries with which the EU has established equivalence will have the same status as an EU DCC. These countries can be consulted on the European Union (EU) website: https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/safe-covid-19-vaccines-europeans/eu-digital-covid-certificate_en
  • Other certificates:
    • Passengers from third countries (e.g. USA) who meet the requirements to enter may travel by presenting any of the following certificates, as long as they meet the same conditions as the EU Digital COVID Certificate:
      • Certificate of vaccination against COVID-19
        • EMA/WHO authorized vaccine (min. 14 days)
      • Negative diagnostic test (NAAT or RAT) performed within 72h (NAAT)/48h (RAT) of arrival,
      • Certificate of recovery from COVID-19
  • More information is available at: https://www.mscbs.gob.es/en/profesionales/saludPublica/ccayes/alertasActual/nCov/spth.ht

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • November 01, 2021

 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All arriving passengers are required to complete an electronic Public Health Locator form online prior traveling and present the received QR code upon entry. Electronic form is available at: https://www.spth.gob.es/
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://reopen.europa.eu

 

LATEST NOTAMS

B2486/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:

LAW 2/2021, OF 29 MARCH, ON URGENT PREVENTION, CONTAINMENT 
AND COORDINATION MEASURES TO DEAL WITH THE HEALTH CRISIS 
CAUSED BY COVID-19, ESTABLISHES THE MANDATORY USE OF MASKS 
FOR AIR TRANSPORT PASSENGERS (AGED SIX YEARS AND OVER)AND 
CREWS. 

THIS OBLIGATION WILL NOT BE REQUIRED FOR PEOPLE WHO PRESENT 
SOME TYPE OF ILLNESS OR RESPIRATORY DIFFICULTY THAT MAY BE 
AGGRAVATED BY THE USE OF THE MASK OR WHO, DUE TO THEIR SITUATION 
OF DISABILITY OR DEPENDENCE, DO NOT HAVE THE AUTONOMY TO REMOVE 
THEIR MASK, OR PRESENT BEHAVIOURAL ALTERATIONS THAT MAKE ITS USE 
UNFEASIBLE.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE 
(REFERENCE: BOE-A-2021-4908)
FROM: 31 MAR 2021  13:31   TO: PERM

B5104/21
COVID-19: INFORMATION:

AIRLINES (INCLUDING AIR TAXI COMPANIES) AND GENERAL AVIATION 
OPERATING AT SPANISH AIRPORTS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MANDATORY
GUIDELINES DESCRIBED IN RESOLUTION OF 21 JUNE 2021, OF THE 
SPANISH AVIATION SAFETY AND SECURITY AGENCY (AESA), UPDATING 
THE OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF AIRLINE 
PASSENGERS AND AVIATION PERSONNEL IN RELATION TO THE COVID-19
 PANDEMIC.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE 
(RESOLUTION REFERENCE: BOE-A-2021-10959))
FROM: 02 JUL 2021  22:00   TO: PERM

B5362/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:

IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR PUBLIC HEALTH 
RESOLUTION OF 4 JUNE 2021:

1. ALL PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR IN SPAIN (INCLUDING 
  INTERNATIONAL PASSENGERS IN TRANSIT WITH FINAL DESTINATION 
  IN ANOTHER COUNTRY) MUST FILL OUT A HEALTH CONTROL FORM PRIOR 
  TO TRAVEL THROUGH THE INTERNET SITE 'WWW.SPTH.GOB.ES' OR VIA 
  THE FREE APP 'SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SPTH'. ONCE THE FORM IS 
  COMPLETED, EACH PASSENGER WILL OBTAIN A QR CODE ASSOCIATED 
  TO THE TRIP, WICH MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE TRANSPORT COMPANY 
  BEFORE BOARDING AND UPON ARRIVAL IN SPAIN.

2. PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR IN SPAIN FROM A HIGH-RISK COUNTRY/
   AREA SHALL BE REQUIRED TO CERTIFY TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING 
   HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:
 I)FULL VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19. VACCINATION CERTIFICATES 
   ISSUED BY COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN SHALL 
   BE ACCEPTED FROM 14 DAYS AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAST DOSE.   
   VACCINES AUTHORISED BY THE EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY AND THOSE 
   THAT HAVE COMPLETED THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION'S EMERGENCY 
   USE PROCESS SHALL BE ACCEPTED.
 II)EVIDENCE OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULT. TYPES 
   OF TEST ACCEPTED ARE:
  -NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TESTS (RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA) TAKEN
   WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, OR 
  -RAPID ANTIGEN TESTS INCLUDED IN THE COMMON LIST PUBLISHED BY 
   THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (ON THE BASIS OF COUNCIL RECOMMENDATION
   2021/C 24/01) TAKEN WITHIN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL.
 III) RECOVERY FROM COVID-19. CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY COMPETENT
    AUTHORITY OR A MEDICAL SERVICE AT LEAST 11 DAYS AFTER THE 
    FIRST POSITIVE DIAGNOSTIC TEST (NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION 
    TEST) SHALL BE ACCEPTED. CERTIFICATE VALIDITY SHALL EXPIRE 
    AFTER 180 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SAMPLING.

CERTIFICATES MUST BE WRITTEN IN SPANISH, ENGLISH, FRENCH OR GERMAN 
(OTHERWISE, A TRANSLATION INTO SPANISH CARRIED OUT BY AN OFFICIAL 
BODY MUST BE SUBMITTED).

THE HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES/AREAS LIST CAN BE FOUND ON: 
'HTTPS://WWW.MSCBS.GOB.ES/' AND 'HTTPS://WWW.SPTH.GOB.ES'.
PASSENGERS IN POSSESSION OF A EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE IN 
ANY OF ITS THREE MODALITIES (VACCINATION, DIAGNOSTIC TEST OR 
RECOVERY) AND INCORPORATE IT INTO SPTH, WILL OBTAIN A QR CODE 
IDENTIFIED AS 'FAST CONTROL' THAT WILL LEAD TO A MUCH MORE AGILE 
HEALTH CONTROL UPON ARRIVAL.

3. COLLABORATION OF AIRLINES
 - TRAVEL AGENCIES/TOUR OPERATORS/AIRLINES SHALL INFORM PASSENGERS,  
   DURING THE TICKET SALES AND CHECK-IN PROCESSES, ABOUT THESE ENTRY
   REQUIREMENTS AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF NON-COMPLIANCE/FALSIFICATION.
   THEY WILL ALSO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY SUPPORT TO PASSENGERS WHO 
   NEED IT TO COMPLETE THE HEALTH CONTROL FORM VIA 'SPTH'.
- AIRLINES MUST GUARANTEE THAT ALL PASSENGERS BOUND FOR SPAIN ARE 
  IN POSSESSION (IN DIGITAL OR PAPER FORMAT) OF THE QR CODE 
  GENERATED VIA 'SPTH', AND SHALL DENY BOARDING TO THOSE WHO DO 
  NOT SUBMIT IT.
- PASSENGERS IN POSSESSION OF A QR CODE IDENTIFIED AS 'DOCUMENTAL
  CONTROL' WHO DO NOT PROVIDE A VACCINATION, DIAGNOSTIC TEST OR
  RECOVERY CERTIFICATE SHALL ALSO BE DENIED BOARDING.
- AIRLINES SHALL ONLY CHECK THE QR CODE/CERTIFICATE SUBMISSION 
  AND VERIFY IDENTITY OF PASSENGERS. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL 
  THEY HAVE ACCESS TO THE HEALTH INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE
  DOCUMENTS.

4. EXCEPTIONS
- FLIGHT CREWS TRAVELLING ON DUTY ARE EXEMPTED FROM COMPLYING WITH
  THESE REQUIREMENTS.
- FLIGHT CREWS ARRIVING IN SPAIN AS PASSENGERS ON A RETURN JOURNEY 
  TO THEIR OPERATIONAL BASE OR IN TRANSIT, ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE
  SUBMISSION OF CERTIFICATES AS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 2, IF DULY
  JUSTIFIED.
- PASSENGERS UNDER THE AGE OF 12 ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE SUBMISSION 
  OF CERTIFICATES AS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 2, BUT THEY MUST BE IN
  POSSESSION OF THE QR CODE OBTAINED AFTER COMPLETING THE HEALTH
  CONTROL FORM VIA 'SPTH'.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR PUBLIC HEALTH 
RESOLUTION OF 4 JUNE 2021 (SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE REFERENCE: 
BOE-A-2021-9352) AND WEBSITE 'WWW.SPTH.GOB.ES'.
FROM: 13 JUL 2021  22:00   TO: PERM

B6843/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS:

PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY AIR IN THE BALEARIC ISLANDS FROM OTHER 
REGIONS OF SPAIN SHALL COMPLY WITH THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS SET 
OUT IN REGIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE BALEARIC ISLANDS AGREEMENT 
OF 8 SEPTEMBER 2021 (BOIB 126 OF 13-SEP-2021).

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT WEBSITE: 'VIAJARABALEARES.IBSALUT.ES'
FROM: 15 SEP 2021  11:01   TO: 30 OCT 2021  22:00

B17806598/21
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS

IN ACCORDANCE WITH MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS ORDER INT/657/2020, 
THIRD COUNTRY NATIONALS SHALL BE DENIED ENTRY INTO SPAIN FOR 
REASONS OF PUBLIC ORDER AND PUBLIC HEALTH, UNLESS BELONG TO ONE 
OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

 A)REGULAR RESIDENTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED 
   STATES, ANDORRA, MONACO, VATICAN (THE HOLY SEE) OR SAN MARINO, 
   ON THEIR WAY TO SUCH COUNTRY, WITH DOCUMENTARY PROOF.
 B)HOLDERS OF A LONG-TERM VISA ISSUED BY A MEMBER STATE OR 
   SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED STATE, ON THEIR WAY TO SUCH COUNTRY.
 C)HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS, INCLUDING HEALTH RESEARCHERS, AND 
   ELDERLY CARE PROFESSIONALS GOING TO OR RETURNING FROM EXERCISING 
   THEIR WORKING ACTIVITY.
 D)TRANSPORT PERSONNEL, SAILORS AND THE NECESSARY AERONAUTICAL 
   PERSONNEL TO CARRY OUT AIR TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES.
 E)DIPLOMATIC, CONSULAR, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION, MILITARY, 
   CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION PERSONNEL IN 
   THE EXERCISE OF THEIR DUTIES.
 F)STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR STUDIES IN THE MEMBER STATES OR 
   SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED STATES, HOLDING THE APPROPRIATE LONG-STAY
   PERMIT OR VISA, PROVIDED THAT THEY TRAVEL TO THE COUNTRY IN 
   WHICH THEY ARE STUDYING AND THAT THE ENTRY TAKES PLACE DURING 
   THE ACADEMIC YEAR OR WITHIN THE 15 DAYS PRIOR TO IT. IF THE
   DESTINATION IS SPAIN AND THE DURATION OF THE STAY IS UP TO 90 
   DAYS, EVIDENCE MUST BE PROVIDED THAT THE STUDIES ARE CARRIED 
   OUT AT AN APPROVED  EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, FOLLOWING A FULL-
   TIME, ON-SITE PROGRAMME, LEADING TO THE AWARD OF A CERTIFICATE/ 
   DEGREE.
 G)HIGHLY QUALIFIED WORKERS WHOSE LABOUR IS NECESSARY AND CANNOT 
   BE POSTPONED OR CARRIED OUT REMOTELY, INCLUDING PARTICIPANTS 
   IN HIGH-LEVEL SPORTS COMPETITIONS TAKING PLACE IN SPAIN. 
   THESE CIRCUMSTANCES MUST BE JUSTIFIED BY SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION.
 H)PEOPLE TRAVELING FOR DULY ACCREDITED IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS.
 I)PEOPLE WHO PROVIDE DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE OF FORCE MAJEURE REASONS 
   OR IN-NEED SITUATION, OR WHOSE ENTRY IS PERMITTED FOR HUMANITARIAN
   REASONS.
 J)LEGAL RESIDENTS IN: AUSTRALIA, CHILE, KUWAIT, RWANDA, CANADA,
   JORDAN, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPUR, SOUTH KOREA,  
     UKRAINE, URUGUAY, CHINA, TAIWAN AND 
   SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS OF HONG KONG AND MACAO, 
   PROVIDED THAT THEY COME DIRECTLY FROM SUCH STATES/TERRITORIES, 
   HAVE TRANSITED EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH OTHER LISTED COUNTRIES OR 
   HAVE ONLY CARRIED OUT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TRANSIT IN COUNTRIES
   NOT LISTED. FOR RESIDENTS IN CHINA, RECIPROCITY REMAINS TO BE
   VERIFIED.
 K)HOLDERS OF A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE RECOGNISED BY THE SPANISH
   MINISTRY OF HEALTH (SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION BY HEALTH AUTHORITIES)
   AND ACCOMPANYING MINORS. FOR RESIDENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM OF
   GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND COMING DIRECTLY FROM SUCH 
   COUNTRY, EVIDENCE OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULT,
   TAKEN WITHIN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, SHALL ALSO BE CONSIDERED
   VALID, ONLY NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TESTS (RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, 
   TMA) ARE ACCEPTED.

EVEN IF BELONGING TO ONE OF THE PREVIOUS CATEGORIES, ANY
THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONAL NOT MEETING THE COVID-19 HEALTH CONTROL
REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE SPANISH MINISTRY OF HEALTH, 
SHALL BE DENIED ENTRY INTO SPAIN FOR REASONS OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
FOR PERSONS ARRIVING BY AIR IN SPAIN (DIRECTLY OR WITH 
INTERMEDIATE STOPS) FROM ANY AIRPORT LOCATED IN THIRD COUNTRIES 
FOR WHICH QUARANTINE REQUIREMENT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED BY ORDER 
OF THE SPANISH MINISTRY OF HEALTH, ONLY THE EXEMPTIONS SET OUT 
IN LETTERS A), B), D), E) AND I) SHALL APPLY, EXCEPT FOR RESIDENTS 
IN SPAIN/ANDORRA OR FAMILY MEMBERS (SPOUSES OF SPANISH CITIZENS OR
PARTNERS WITH WHOM THEY MAINTAIN A REGISTERED ANALOGOUS CONJUGAL 
UNION, AND DEPENDENT ASCENDANTS/DESCENDANTS), PROVIDED THAT THEY 
ARE TRAVELLING WITH OR TO JOIN THEM.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE SPANISH OFFICIAL STATE GAZETTE 
(ORDER INT/657/2020 MODIFIED BY ORDERS INT/734/2020, INT/805/2020, 
INT/851/2020, INT/913/2020, INT/1006/2020, INT/1119/2020, 
INT/1278/2020, INT/62/2021, INT/161/2021, INT/294/2021, 
INT/420/202, INT/448/2021, INT/484/2021, INT/519/2021, 
INT/552/2021, INT/647/21, INT/677/2021, INT/715/2021,
INT/790/2021, INT/910/2021, INT/916/2021, INT/965/2021
AND INT/1005/2021))
FROM: 30 SEP 2021  22:01   TO: 31 OCT 2021  23:00

Svalbard & Jan Mayen

SVALBARD & JAN MAYEN 

Date:           November 17, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through December 12, 2021

CLOSED WITH RESTRICTIONS

 
BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Norwegian entry restrictions apply to Svalbard and Jan Mayen.  
  • US citizens are not permitted to enter unless the traveler qualifies for a travel exception such as close family members and persons in an established relationship with a resident of Norway. The complete list of border closure exceptions and most up-to-date information can be found on the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration COVID-19 information page. 
    • https://www.udi.no/en/about-the-corona-situation/
    • The following foreign groups can enter Norway at present:
      • foreign nationals who are fully vaccinated or who have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months and who can document this with a COVID-19 certificate that is connected to the EUDCC gateway.
      • minors travelling together with their parents, if the parents are exempt from travel restrictions because they have a COVID-19 certificate
      • minors travelling to Norway together with their parents, if the parents are exempt from travel restrictions on grounds other than a COVID-19 certificate 
      • foreign students with a place at a Norwegian educational institution
      • PhD students at Norwegian educational or research institutions
      • foreign nationals who are visiting or will be staying with close family members in Norway: 
        • foreign nationals who have a family immigration permit
        • foreign nationals who are the spouse/registered partner/cohabitant, minor or adult child or step-child of Norwegian citizens, if the family lives together abroad and they are travelling together with the Norwegian citizen or are joining this person in Norway
        • foreign nationals who are the spouse/registered partner/cohabitant, minor or adult child or step-child of a foreign worker who is an EEA national who does not reside in Norway, when these family members travel to Norway together with the EEA national or are joining this person in Norway
        • foreign nationals, regardless of the country they are a citizen of or reside in, that have one of the following relationships with a person residing in Norway: spouse/registered partner/cohabitant, minor or adult child and step-child and parent and step-parent of a minor or adult child/step-child, grandparent and step-grandparent, grandchild and step-grandchild, romantic partner over the age of 18 (this is following an application-based scheme for prior approval for visits from romantic partners) and a romantic partner’s minor child
      • foreign nationals who are arriving for a contact visit with their children
      • foreign nationals for whom there are special reasons for granting entry, such as special care responsibilities for people in Norway or other compelling compassionate grounds
      • asylum seekers and resettlement refugees
      • people belonging to certain professions: journalists, maritime and aeronautical personnel, freight and passenger traffic, diplomats and military personnel, Sami people engaged in reindeer husbandry, and researchers and crew on a marine research cruise
      • foreign nationals whose presence is strictly necessary in order to maintain sound operation of critical societal functions or safeguard the basic needs of the population
    • foreign nationals invited by the Norwegian authorities and employees of international organizations
    • foreign nationals with permanent residence in Svalbard or who need to travel via the Norwegian mainland on their way to or from their work or place of residence in Svalbard
    • Travelers arriving from green and orange countries and areas are not required to take a test at the border, while travelers from areas that trigger a duty to quarantine, have to be tested, unless they have recovered from COVID-19 or are fully vaccinated. They must be able to document this using a verifiable COVID-19 certificate that is connected to the EUDCC gateway. 
    • As a general rule, travelers that have a duty to be tested, shall do so at the border. 
    • If there is no test station at the border or the test station is closed, one must get tested with antigen rapid test at a public test station as soon as possible, and no later than 24 hours after arrival. 
    • There will still be a requirement to test at the border at border crossings where there is a test station. This will apply, for example, to all airports with foreign traffic, like Svinesund and Storskog.
    • Crew Requirements:
      • Crew on passenger/cargo flights are exempted from the entry restrictions.
      • Crew are not required to present a certificate of a negative Covid-19 test. 
      • Crew without EU digital Covid certificates that leave the aircraft, must fill out digital entry registration. 
      • No requirement for crew to get tested for Covid-19 at the airport for overnight stay.

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical Refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed.  

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Passengers to Svalbard or Jan Mayen are required to complete their full quarantine period in the Mainland of Norway prior traveling onwards to the islands. 
  • No travel quarantine is required for travellers arriving from green and orange countries and areas, but travellers arriving from red, dark red, purple (countries which the Norwegian Institute of Public Health considers to have an acceptable  infection rate) and grey countries (all other countries) must quarantine. People who are either fully-vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 during the past six months are exempt from this requirement. They must be able to document this by means of a verifiable COVID-19 certificate that is connected to the EUDCC gateway.
  • The quarantine must be completed in their own home or other suitable accommodation. The 10-day quarantine period can be shortened upon presentation of a negative PCR test taken no sooner than 3 days after arrival. Without such a test, the quarantine period is 10 days. The duty to stay at a quarantine hotel is lifted, but travellers may stay at a quarantine hotel if they have no other suitable accommodation.
  • You can find an overview of quarantine hotels in different municipalities here.
  • The duty to quarantine for children and young people under the age of 18 will be removed, but children should take a PCR test after 3 days. 
  • Everyone who arrives from a country with quarantine duty, must undergo a 10-day quarantine and should be tested.
  • If you are defined as close contact, you are basically healthy, but you have been in enough close contact with a person with COVID-19 who may have infected you.
  • Advice for household members or equivalently close
  • If you have been fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated, or have undergone COVID-19 less than 12 months ago,  you should take two tests. The first can be taken immediately, the next within 7 days, preferably between day 3-5 after the infected person was isolated.
  • If you are unvaccinated and over 18 years, you must be tested with:
    • antigen rapid test daily for 7 days OR
    • PCR test every other day for 7 days.
  • The municipality will inform you how this can be done. Parents can decide whether they want their child to be tested, but unvaccinated people under 18 years of age are recommended to follow the same test regimen as unvaccinated people over 18 years of age.
    • You should stay at home until you get the result from the first test that is negative.
  • By carrying out the recommended test regimen, you can live as normal if you test negative.
  • If you do not carry out the recommended test regimen, you should avoid being in contact with other people for 7 days.
  • If you test positive, you must be in isolation.
  • Monitor your state of health for 10 days. If you experience symptoms consistent with COVID-19, you should be tested, regardless of vaccination status, and stay at home.
  • Check the colour code of your country:

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 12, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • All travelers arriving in Norway must register digitally or using a paper form within 72 hours of their arrival and prior crossing the border. Receipt of digital registration or the completed paper form will be shown to the police at the border check. Travel registration is available at www.entrynorway.no/.
  • Detailed travel information is available at: https://www.fhi.no/ 


LATEST NOTAMS

  • No Covid related NOTAMS available

Sweden - Open with Restrictions - 10/01/2021

SWEDEN

Date:               October 01, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through November 01, 2021

 

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to enter
US passengers: Allowed to enter for any travel reasons via EU countries. Direct arrivals from USA allowed for essential travel only. Vaccination certificate / Recovery certificate / PCR or antigen 72h required. No quarantine.
 

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • An entry ban applies to all persons arriving in Sweden from outside the EU/EEA countries: AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND (REP.), ITALY, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN AND SWITZERLAND.
  • Exempted are the travelers under the following categories:
    • Citizens of an EU/EEA country and their family members.
    • Long term residents or long term visa holders of an EU/EEA country.
    • Citizens or long term residents of UNITED KINGDOM provided that they are covered by article 10 of the UK withdrawal agreement.
    • Residents of the following Third Countries: AUSTRALIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, HONGKONG, JORDANIA, CANADA, MACAO, MOLDOVIA, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, UKRAINE, URUGUAY.
    • Persons with a vaccine certificate issued in ALBANIA, ANDORRA, FAROE ISLANDS, ISRAEL, MAROCCO, MONACO, NORTHERN MACEDONIA, PANAMA, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, UKRAINE, VATICAN CITY; and any minors under 18 years traveling with these persons.
    • Persons traveling for essential reasons such as:
      • Healthcare personnel
      • Border workers
      • Seasonal workers
      • Personnel transporting goods and other personnel in the transport sector
      • Persons working in international organizations, military personnel and defense staff 
      • Persons in transit
      • Persons with imperative family reasons
      • Seafarers
      • Person traveling for humanitarian reasons
      • Persons traveling for studying
      • Highly qualified workers from an economic perspective and if work cannot be postponed or done remotely
      • Persons invited in a special order by the Swedish government
  • Travelers must present a negative test result not older than 72 hours prior arrival. Travelers under following categories are exempted from the testing requirement: 
    • PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE,
    • PERSONNEL TRANSPORTING GOODS AND OTHER PERSONNEL IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR,
    • SEAFARERS,
    • PERSONS WITH IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS,
    • PERSONS IN NEED OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OR FOR OTHER HUMANITARIAN REASONS,
    • PERSONS WHO HAVE LONG TERM RESIDENT STATUS IN SWEDEN,
    • PERSONS WITH RIGHT OF RESIDENCE OR A RESIDENCE PERMIT ISSUED BY SWEDEN, 
    • PERSONS WHO ARE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OR A FAMILY MEMBER OF SUCH A CITIZEN, PROVIDED THAT THEY, DUE TO A STAY IN SWEDEN, ARE COVERED BY ARTICLE 10 OF THE UK WITHDRAWAL AGREEMENT 
    • PERSONS COVERED BY CHAPTER 2, SECTION 10 OF THE ALIENS ACT (2005:716).
    • PERSONS WHO ARE INVITED IN A SPECIAL ORDER BY THE SWEDISH GOVERNMENT
    • PERSONS HOLDING EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE:
      • RECEIVED A COVID-19 VACCINE (VACCINATION CERTIFICATE), OR
      • RECEIVED A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL (TEST CERTIFICATE), OR
      • RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 INFECTION (CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY)
    • PERSONS WHO CAN PRESENT A VACCINATION CERTIFICATE ISSUED IN ALBANIA, ANDORRA, FAROE ISLANDS, ISRAEL, MAROCCO, MONACO NORTHERN MACEDONIA, PANAMA, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, UKRAINE OR VATICAN CITY STATE.
  • An entry ban to Sweden also applies to persons traveling to Sweden from the following EU/EEA countries: AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, ESTONIA, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND (REP), ITALY, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, ANDORRA, MONACO, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND OR THE VATICAN CITY.
  • Exempted are the travelers under the following categories:
    • Persons arriving from Nordic countries: DENMARK, FINLAND, ICELAND, NORWAY. 
    • PERSONS HOLDING A EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE:
      • RECEIVED A COVID-19 VACCINE (VACCINATION CERTIFICATE), OR
      • RECEIVED A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL (TEST CERTIFICATE), OR
      • RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 INFECTION (CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY)
    • PERSONS WHO FREQUENTLY CROSS THE BORDER FOR THE PURPOSE OF PERFORMING WORK OR STUDY IN SWEDEN OR ANOTHER STATE AND CAN PRESENT A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT PERFORMED  WITHIN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO ARRIVAL 
    • PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE
    • PERSONS INVOLVED IN HEALTH AND/OR MEDICAL TRANSPORTS
    • PERSONS WHO LIVE IN SWEDEN
    • PERSONNEL TRANSPORTING GOODS AND OTHER PERSONNEL IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR
    • PERSONS WITH IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS
    • PERSONS IN NEED OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OR FOR HUMANITARIAN REASONS
    • PERSONS WHO ARE TO UNDERGO SURGERY OR OTHER CARE IN SWEDEN THAT CANNOT BE DELAYED 
    • SEAFARERS
    • PERSONS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTERNATIONAL POLICE-, CUSTOM- OR RESCUE SERVICE COOPERATION
    • PERSONS COVERED BY CHAPTER 2, SECTION 10 OF THE ALIENS ACT (2005:716)
    • PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN INVITED BY THE GOVERNMENT OFFICES IN A SPECIAL ORDER

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • No quarantine requirements.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • November 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A1174/21
COVID-19: TO ENSURE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS DELIVERY OF COVID-19 
VACCINES, AIRCRAFT OPERATORS OF FLIGHTS CARRYING SUCH VACCINES ARE 
EXEMPTED FROM ANY SWEDISH ATFM MEASURES FOR EACH FLIGHT DEEMED 
CRITICAL. FOR SUCH CRITICAL FLIGHTS INSERT STS/ATFMX AND RMK/VACCINE 
IN ITEM 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. 
FROM: 28 SEP 2021 07:54   TO: 28 DEC 2021  11:00 EST

A1158/21 
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS. 
ALSO NOTICE INFORMATION IN NOTAM ES/A1159/21
PERSONS ARRIVING FROM OUTSIDE AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, 
CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, 
GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND (REP.), ITALY, LATVIA,
LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, NORWAY, 
POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN AND SWITZERLAND 
ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER SWEDEN.

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO NATIONALS OF AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, 
CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, 
GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, IRELAND (REP.), ITALY, 
LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, 
NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, 
SWITZERLAND, SWEDEN AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO THE FOLLOWING:
1. PERSONS WHO ARE AN EES CITIZEN OR A CITIZEN OF ANDORRA, 
MONACO, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND OR THE VATICAN CITY.
2. PERSONS WHO HAVE LONG TERM RESIDENT STATUS IN SWEDEN OR ANOTHER EU STATE.
3. PERSONS WITH A PERMANENT RESIDENCE PERMIT ISSUED BY SWEDEN OR ANOTHER EEA STATE, ANDORRA, MONACO, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND OR THE VATICAN CITY.
4. PERSONS WITH A NATIONAL VISA ISSUED BY SWEDEN OR A NATIONAL 
VISA VALID LONGER THAN THREE MONTHS IN ANOTHER EEA STATE, ANDORRA, 
MONACO, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, OR VATICAN CITY.
5.PERSONS WHO HAVE FAMILY TIES AS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 3A, 
SECTION 2, FIRST PARAGRAPH, OR CHAPTER 5, SECTION 3, FIRST
PARAGRAPH, POINTS 1-4, OR SECTION 3A OF THE ALIENS ACT(2005:716) TO 
A PERSON COVERED BY ANY OF POINTS 1-4 OR TO A SWEDISH CITIZEN.
6. PERSONS WHO ARE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OR A FAMILY 
MEMBER OF SUCH A CITIZEN, PROVIDED THAT THEY ARE COVERED BY ARTICLE 
10 OF THE AGREEMENT ON THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT 
BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE 
EUROPEAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMUNITY, OR
7. PERSONS WHO LIVES IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES OR SPECIAL 
ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS: AUSTRALIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, HONGKONG, 
JORDANIAN, CANADA,  
MACAO, MOLDOVIA, NEW ZEALAND, QATAR, SAUDI 
ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, UKRAINE, URUGUAY.
8. PERSONS WHO CAN PRESENT A CERTIFICATE STATING THAT HE OR SHE HAS 
RECEIVED A COVID-19 VACCINE AND THAT THE CERTIFICATE HAS BEEN ISSUED 
IN ALBANIA, ANDORRA, FAROE ISLANDS, ISRAEL, MAROCCO, MONACO, 
NORTHERN MACEDONIA, PANAMA, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, 
UKRAINE, VATICAN CITY STATE, OR
9. PERSONS WHO ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE AND TRAVEL TOGETHER WITH A 
PERSON COVERED BY POINT 8 ABOVE.

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS WITH AN ESSENTIAL 
FUNCTION OR NEED, FOR EXAMPLE:
1. HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL, RESEARCHERS IN HEALTH AND MEDICAL CARE AND 
ELDERLY STAFF,
2. BORDER WORKERS,
3. SEASONAL WORKERS IN THE AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY AND HORTICULTURE 
SECTORS,
4. PERSONNEL TRANSPORTING GOODS AND OTHER PERSONNEL IN THE TRANSPORT 
SECTOR,
5. PERSONS COVERED BY CHAPTER 2, SECTION 10 OF THE ALIENS ACT 
(2005:716),
6. PERSONS WORKING IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS OR ARE INVITED BY 
SUCH ORGANIZATIONS AND WHOSE PRESENCE IS NECESSARY FOR THE 
ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES, MILITARY PERSONNEL AND PERSONNEL IN THE 
FRAMEWORK OF INTERNATIONAL DEFENCE COOPERATION, AID WORKERS AND 
CIVIL DEFENCE STAFF,
7. PERSONS IN TRANSIT,
8. PERSONS WITH IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS,
9. SEAFARERS,
10. PERSONS IN NEED OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OR FOR OTHER 
HUMANITARIAN REASONS,
11. PERSONS WHO TRAVEL FOR THE PURPOSE OF STUDYING.
12. PERSONS WHO TRAVEL FOR THE PURPOSE TO PERFORM HIGHLY QUALIFIED 
WORK IF THEIR WORK EFFORT IS NECESSARY FROM AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE 
AND THE WORK CANNOT BE POSTPONED OR BE DONE REMOTELY. INCLUDING 
PERSONS WHO ARE TO PARTICIPATE IN OR PERFORM NECESSARY TASK AT 
INTERNATIONAL ELITE SPORTS COMPETITIONS, OR
13. PERSONS WHO ARE INVITED IN A SPECIAL ORDER BY THE SWEDISH 
GOVERNMENT.

IN ORDER FOR A PERSON TO BE COVERED BY ANY OF THE EXCEPTIONS IN 1-9 
AND 1-13 ABOVE IT IS ALSO REQUIRED THAT THE PERSON CAN PRESENT A 
CERTIFICATE OF A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT FROM TESTING FOR ONGOING COVID-19 INFECTION 
THAT HAS BEEN PERFORMED WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN SWEDEN.

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO THE FOLLOWING:
1. PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE,
2. PERSONNEL TRANSPORTING GOODS AND OTHER PERSONNEL IN THE TRANSPORT 
SECTOR,
3. SEAFARERS,
4. PERSONS WITH IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS,
5. PERSONS IN NEED OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OR FOR OTHER 
HUMANITARIAN REASONS,
6. PERSONS WHO HAVE LONG TERM RESIDENT STATUS IN SWEDEN,
7. PERSONS WITH RIGHT OF RESIDENCE OR A RESIDENCE PERMIT ISSUED BY 
SWEDEN,OR
8. PERSONS WHO ARE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OR A FAMILY 
MEMBER OF SUCH A CITIZEN, PROVIDED THAT THEY, DUE TO A STAY IN 
SWEDEN, ARE COVERED BY ARTICLE 10 OF THE AGREEMENT ON THE WITHDRAWAL 
OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND FROM THE 
EUROPEAN UNION AND THE EUROPEAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMUNITY.
9. PERSONS COVERED BY CHAPTER 2, SECTION 10 OF THE ALIENS ACT 
(2005:716).
10. PERSONS WHO ARE INVITED IN A SPECIAL ORDER BY THE SWEDISH 
GOVERNMENT
11. PERSONS WHO PURSUANT TO THE REGULATION (EU) 2021/953 OF THE 
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL OF 14 JUNE 2021 ON A 
FRAMEWORK FOR THE ISSUANCE, VERIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF 
INTEROPERABLE COVID-19 VACCINATION, TEST AND RECOVERY CERTIFICATES 
(EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE) TO FACILITATE FREE MOVEMENT DURING 
THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC CAN PRESENT A CERTIFICATE THAT THEY HAVE
A. RECEIVED A COVID-19 VACCINE (VACCINATION CERTIFICATE),
B. RECEIVED A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT FROM TESTING FOR ONGOING COVID-19 
INFECTION PERFORMED WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL (TEST 
CERTIFICATE), OR
C. RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 INFECTION (CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY), OR
12. PERSONS WHO CAN PRESENT A CERTIFICATE STATING THAT HE OR SHE HAS 
RECEIVED A COVID-19 VACCINE AND THAT THE CERTIFICATE HAS BEEN IS 
ISSUED IN ALBANIA, ANDORRA, FAROE ISLANDS, ISRAEL, MAROCCO, MONACO 
NORTHERN MACEDONIA, PANAMA, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY, 
UKRAINE OR VATICAN CITY STATE.
FROM: 24 SEP 11:30 2021 TO:  31 OCT 23:59 2021. 

A1159/21 
COVID-19: PASSENGER RESTRICTIONS. ALSO NOTICE INFORMATION IN 
NOTAM ES/A1158/21
ENTRY BAN TO SWEDEN FROM AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, CROATIA, 
CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, ESTONIA, FRANCE, GERMANY, 
GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND (REP), ITALY, LATVIA, 
LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, 
POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, ANDORRA, 
MONACO, SAN MARINO, SWITZERLAND OR THE VATICAN CITY.

PERSONS TRAVELLING TO SWEDEN FROM AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, 
CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, ESTONIA, FRANCE, GERMANY, 
GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND (REP), ITALY, LATVIA, 
LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, POLAND, 
PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, ANDORRA, MONACO, SAN 
MARINO, SWITZERLAND OR THE VATICAN CITY SHALL BE REFUSED ENTRY INTO 
SWEDEN. 

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO PERSONS WHO ARE CITIZENS OF SWEDEN 

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO:
1. PERSONS WHO ACCORDING TO REGULATION (EU) 2021/953 OF THE EUROPEAN 
PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL OF 14 JUN 2021 ON A FRAMEWORK FOR THE 
ISSUANCE,VERIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF INTEROPERABLE COVID-19 
VACCINATION, TEST AND RECOVERY CERTIFICATES (EU DIGITAL COVID 
CERTIFICATE) TO FACILITATE FREE MOVEMENT DURING THE COVID-19 
PANDEMIC ARE ABLE TO PRESENT A VALID CERTIFICATE THAT THE PERSON HAS 

 A RECEIVED COVID-19 VACCINE (VACCINATION CERTIFICATE)
 B NEGATIVE TEST RESULT FOR ONGOING COVID-19 
   INFECTION PERFORMED WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL 
   (TEST CERTIFICATE)
C RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 INFECTION (CERTIFICATE OF RECOVERY) OR
   PERSONS WHO CAN PRESENT A CERTIFICATE CORRESPONDING  
   TO ONE OF THE CERTIFICATES REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 1 ABOVE.

THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO

1.PERSONS WHO FREQUENTLY CROSS THE BORDER FOR THE PURPOSE OF 
  PERFORMING WORK OR STUDY IN SWEDEN OR ANOTHER STATE AND CAN  
  PRESENT A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT FOR ONGOING COVID-19 INFECTION 
  PERFORMED  WITHIN ONE WEEK PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, 
2. PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE,
3. PERSONS WHO PERFORM, ARE SUBJECT OF, OR INVOLVED IN HEALTH AND/OR 
   MEDICAL TRANSPORTS,
4. PERSONS WHO LIVE IN SWEDEN,
5. PERSONNEL TRANSPORTING GOODS AND OTHER PERSONNEL IN THE TRANSPORT 
   SECTOR
6. PERSONS WITH IMPERATIVE FAMILY REASONS, 
7. PERSONS IN NEED OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OR WHO HAVE OTHER 
   HUMANITARIAN REASONS
8. PERSONS WHO ARE TO UNDERGO SURGERY OR OTHER CARE IN SWEDEN THAT 
   CANNOT BE DELAYED 
9. SEAFARERS
10.PERSONS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTERNATIONAL POLICE-, CUSTOM- OR 
    RESCUE SERVICE COOPERATION, OR 
11.PERSONS COVERED BY CHAPTER 2, SECTION 10 OF THE ALIENS ACT 
   (2005:716)
12.PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN INVITED BY THE GOVERNMENT OFFICES IN A 
   SPECIAL ORDER
FROM: 24 SEP 2021  11:32   TO: 31 OCT 2021  23:59

Switzerland - Open with Restrictions - 11/16/2021

SWITZERLAND

Date:               November 16, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through December 01, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
Passengers from USA: 
-    Vaccinated: Allowed to enter with a vaccination certificate
-    Un-vaccinated: Allowed to enter for essential travel only. PCR 72h / Antigen 48h + follow up test 4-7 days of arrival required.

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Entry into Switzerland is refused to all foreign nationals. 
  • Exempted are the following persons:
    • Nationals of Switzerland and EEA member states.
    • Passengers arriving from Schengen member states.
    • Passengers arriving directly from: ANDORRA, ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, BULGARIA, CANADA, CHILE, COLOMBIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, HONG KONG, IRELAND (REP.), JORDAN, KOREA (REP.), KUWAIT, MACAU, MONACO, NAMIBIA, NEW ZEALAND, PERU, QATAR, ROMANIA, RWANDA, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, TAIWAN, UKRAINE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, URUGUAY AND VATICAN CITY (HOLY SEE).
    • Family members of nationals of EEA member states; proof is required.
    • Family members of nationals of the UNITED KINGDOM holding a Swiss residence permit issued prior 01 Jan 2021; proof is required.
    • Residents of Switzerland & Liechtenstein.
    • Residents of Schengen member states returning directly via Switzerland to their country of residence.
    • Pax with Swiss D-visa.
    • Pax who can prove that they have been fully vaccinated within the last 12 months with a vaccine approved by Switzerland/EMA/WHO. 
    • Non-vaccinated pax younger than 18 years if traveling with their fully vaccinated guardians. 
    • All crew and minimum support staff to carry out cargo and passenger flights.
    • Passengers with justified cases with a prior approval from a Swiss Representation abroad.
  • Traveler can check the entry eligibility through the Swiss Authority Travelcheck website: https://travelcheck.admin.ch

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • Travelers that are eligible to enter Switzerland are required to complete the following. Check your eligibility through: https://travelcheck.admin.ch.
  • Vaccinated / Recovered passengers:
  • Non-vaccinated / Non-Recovered passengers
  • Entry form – exemptions:
    • Following travelers do not need to fill out the entry form:
      • People transporting goods or passengers
      • Persons in transit
      • Persons from border regions
  • Vaccine Information: 
    • The vaccine must be Swiss Authority / EMA / WHO approved. The vaccine must have been administered in full within the past 12 months:
      • Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2 / Comirnaty® / Tozinameran)
      • Moderna (mRNA-1273 / Spikevax / COVID-19 vaccine Moderna)
      • AstraZeneca (AZD1222 Vaxzevria®/ Covishield™)
      • Janssen / Johnson & Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S)
      • Sinopharm / BIBP (SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine (Vero Cell))
      • Sinovac (CoronaVac)
      • COVAXIN®
  • Proof of vaccination: Proof for vaccinated persons must be provided in the form of a Swiss COVID certificate, an EU/EFTA COVID certificate or other proof of vaccination. The vaccination proof must contain the following information: surname, firstname, date of birth as well as date and place of vaccination and the vaccine used.
  • Quarantine: 
    • As of 4 August 2021, there are no longer any countries on the list of countries with a variant of concern. There is currently no quarantine obligation for people entering Switzerland.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 01, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A0585/21
COVID-19: PAX RQMNTS
WEARING OF FACE MASKS MANDATORY FOR PAX ON BOARD OF SKED OR CHARTER
FLT OPR FM OR TO SWITZERLAND AND AT ALL INTERIORS OF THE AIRPORTS.
EXCEPTIONS:
A) CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 12
B) PEOPLE WHO CANNOT WEAR A FACE MASK FOR SPECIAL OR MEDICAL REASONS
FROM: 21 SEP 2021  15:46   TO: 31 DEC 2021  23:59 EST

A0587/21
COVID-19: PAX RESTRICTIONS
ALL ARRIVAL PAX (EXC CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF SIXTEEN) MUST HAVE A 
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE WITH A NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PCR TEST 
RESULT WHICH IS NOT OLDER THAN 72 HOURS OR A RAPID IMMUNOLOGICAL TEST
WHICH IS NOT OLDER THAN 24 HOURS BFR DEP.
PAX ENTERING SWITZERLAND FROM A COUNTRY, CONSIDERED A STATE OR 
REGION MENTIONED IN ANNEX 1, 
HAVE TO GO INTO QUARANTINE DESPITE A NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
PCR OR RAPID IMMUNOLOGICAL TEST RESULT. 
ALL PAX MUST PROVIDE THE CONTACT DETAILS, EITHER ELECTRONICALLY VIA 
THE PLATFORM PROVIDED BY THE FEDERAL OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (FOPH) 
FOR THE COLLECTION OF CONTACT DATA FOR TRAVELERS (SWISSPLF.ADMIN.CH) 
OR ON THE CONTACT CARDS PROVIDED BY THE FOPH IN PAPER FORM. 
MORE DETAILS AND INFORMATION ON EXEMPTIONS OF QUARANTINE AND TEST 
REQUIREMENTS CAN BE FOUND IN THE CORRESPONDING ORDONNANCE: 
WWW.BAG.ADMIN.CH/ENTRY
FOR EXCEPTIONS FROM THE PRESENTATION OF A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE WITH A
NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) TEST AND FROM THE OBLIGATION TO 
PROVIDE CONTACT DETAILS REFER TO SEPARATELY PUBLISHED NOTAM.
FROM: 21 SEP 2021  15:50   TO: 31 DEC 2021  23:59 EST

A0586/21
COVID-19: PAX RESTRICTIONS
EXCEPTIONS FM PRESENTATION OF MEDICAL CERTIFICATE WITH A
NEG CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) TEST:
AIRLINES MAY CARRY FLW PAX WO THESE PAX BEING REQUIRED TO PRODUCE 
NEG TEST RESULT:
A. CHILDREN UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE
B. PERSONS WHO CAN PROVIDE A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE TO PROVE THAT THEY
MUST BE TRANSPORTED TO SWITZERLAND AS A MATTER OF URGENCY ON MEDICAL
GROUNDS
C. PERSONS WHO ARE USING A SWISS AP WHILE IN TRANSIT WO LVE THAT 
AP BFR CONTINUING THEIR JOURNEY
D. PERSONS PROVIDING EVIDENCE THAT THEY HAVE BEEN VACCINATED 
AGAINST SARS-COV-2 OR ARE CONSIDERED TO HAVE RECOVERED FM 
SARS-COV-2 (REGULATED IN ANNEX 2 OF COVID-19 ORDINANCE ON
INTL PAX TRANSPORT MEASURES). RULE NOT APPLICABLE TO PERSONS 
ARR FM COUNTRIES AND REGIONS ACCORDING ANNEX 1 NR 1 OF COVID-19 
ORDINANCE ON INTL TRANSPORT MEASURES.
E. PERSONS WHO CAN PROVIDE A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE TO PROVE THAT THEY
ARE UNA ON MEDICAL GROUNDS TO PROVIDE THE NASOPHARYNGEAL SWAB
REQUIRED FOR THE SARS-COV-2 TEST.
REF WWW.BAG.ADMIN.CH/ENTRY
FROM: 21 SEP 2021  15:50   TO: 31 DEC 2021  23:59 EST

A0725/21
COVID-19: FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
AS PRESCRIBED BY THE SWISS FEDERAL COUNCIL, ENTRY INTO SWITZERLAND 
REFUSED TO ALL FOREIGN NATIONALS WHO WISH TO ENTER SWITZERLAND 
EXCEPTIONS:
1. NATIONALS OF EEA MEMBER STATES AND SWITZERLAND.
2. PAX ARR FM SCHENGEN MEMBER STATES. 
3. PAX ARR DIRECTLY (OR INDIRECTLY VIA ONE OR MORE TRANSIT AIRPORTS
   - GIVEN THAT THEY DO NOT LEAVE INTL TRANSIT ZONE OF THE AIRPORT) 
   FM ANDORRA, ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BAHRAIN, BULGARIA, CANADA, 
   CHILE, COLOMBIA, CROATIA,
   CYPRUS, HONG KONG, IRELAND (REP.), JORDAN, KOREA (REP.), KUWAIT,
   MACAU, MONACO, NAMIBIA, NEW ZEALAND, PERU, QATAR, ROMANIA, 
   RWANDA, SAN MARINO, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, TAIWAN, UKRAINE, 
   UNITED ARAB EMIRATES,
   URUGUAY AND VATICAN CITY (HOLY SEE).
4A.FAMILY MEMBERS OF NATIONALS OF EEA MEMBER STATES. THEY MUST 
   PRESENT PROOF OF THEIR RELATIONSHIP.
4B.FAMILY MEMBERS OF NATIONALS OF CITIZENS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF 
   GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND HOLDING A SWISS RESIDENCE 
   PERMIT ISSUED BEFORE THE 1ST OF JANUARY 2021 OR CONTAINS A 
   REFERENCE TO THE CH-UK AGREEMENT FROM 25.02.2019. THEY MUST 
   PRESENT PROOF OF THEIR RELATIONSHIP.
5. RESIDENTS OF LIECHTENSTEIN AND SWITZERLAND.
6. RESIDENTS OF SCHENGEN MEMBER STATES RETURN DIRECTLY VIA 
   SWITZERLAND TO THEIR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE.
TO BE CONTINUED IN NOTAM A0726/21
FROM: 14 NOV 2021  23:00   TO: 30 NOV 2021  23:59 EST

A0726/21
COVID-19: FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
CONTINUATION FROM NOTAM A0725/21
7. PAX WITH D VISA ISSUED BY SWITZERLAND.
8. PAX WHO CAN PROVE THAT THEY HAVE BEEN FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST
   COVID-19 WITHIN THE LAST 12 MONTHS WITH A VACCINE APPROVED BY
   SWITZERLAND, BY THE EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY OR ACCORDING TO THE
   WHO EMERGENCY USE LISTING.
9. UNVACCINATED PAX YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS IF THEY ARE TRAVELLING
    WITH THEIR FULLY VACCINATED GUARDIANS.
10. PAX WHO REPRESENT JUSTIFIED INDIVIDUAL CASE OF HARDSHIP, IN CASE
    OF PERSONS EXEMPTED FM VISA RQMNTS, SWISS REPRESENTATIONS ABROAD
    MAY CERTIFY EXISTENCE OF JUSTIFIED INDIVIDUAL CASE OF HARDSHIP.
11. ALL CREW AND MNM SUPPORT STAFF REQUIRED TO CARRY OUT CARGO AND
    PAX FLT.
FROM: 14 NOV 2021  23:00   TO: 30 NOV 2021  23:59 EST

Turkey - Open with Restrictions - 10/08/2021

TURKEY

 

Date:               November 8, 2021
Subject:           Latest Country Restrictions through December 30, 2021

Status:           Open with Restrictions

COVID 19 Protocol Summary

  • US aircraft: Allowed to land
  • US passengers: Allowed to enter
  • Quarantine: Exempted with a PCR 72h, vaccination certificate, or recovery certificate
  • Minors under 18 traveling with parents/guardians are exempt from testing/quarantine
  • Technical Refueling and crew rest is permitted

 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

All flights from/to BRAZIL, SOUTH AFRICA, NEPAL and SRI LANKA are suspended until further notice.

Exempted are:

  • Flights for transporting passengers from Turkey to Brazil or South Africa.
  • Flights carrying transit passengers from Brazil or South Africa.
  • Humanitarian and all-cargo flights.

Turkey has the following bilateral agreements in place with Hungary and Serbia:

  1. CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MAY TRAVEL TO SERBIA WITH COVID-19 IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY COMPETENT AUTHORITIES IN TURKEY WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT BEING SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.
  2. CITIZENS OF SERBIA COULD ALSO TRAVEL TO TURKEY WITH COVID-19 IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY SERBIAN COMPETENT AUTHORITIES WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT BEING SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE.
  3.  MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.
  4. VALID VISA HOLDER TURKISH CITIZENS MAY TRAVEL TO HUNGARY WITH COVID-19 IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY COMPETENT AUTHORITIES IN TURKEY WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT BEING SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.
  5. HUNGARIAN CITIZENS COULD ALSO TRAVEL TO TURKEY WITH COVID-19 IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY HUNGARIAN COMPETENT AUTHORITIES WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT BEING SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.
  6. PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM IRAN AND EGYPT WILL BE REQUESTED TO SUBMIT A PCR TEST REPORT WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT AT MOST 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVING IN TURKEY.
  7. PASSENGERS AGED UNDER 12 ARE EXEMPTED FROM PCR/ANTIGEN TEST REPORT AND VACCINE CERTIFICATE APPLICATION ON ENTRY TO REPUBLIC OF TURKEY.
  8. DOCUMENTS SUCH AS VACCINE CERTIFICATE, PCR/ANTIGEN TEST RESULT WILL BE CONTROLLED BY AIRLINE COMPANIES BEFORE TRAVEL AND PASSENGERS WITHOUT THE DOCUMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED TO THE TRAVEL, THE RESPONSIBILITY ARISING DUE TO THE ACCEPTING OF NON-CERTIFIED PERSONS WILL BE COMPENSATED BY THE AIRLINE COMPANIES.

 

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed
  • Crew rest is allowed

 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • ALL FLIGHTS FROM BRAZIL, SOUTH AFRICA, NEPAL AND SRI LANKA ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PASSENGERS HAVE BEEN IN BRAZIL, SOUTH AFRICA, NEPAL AND SRI LANKA IN THE LAST 14 DAYS MUST SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT TAKEN AT MOST 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. THESE PASSENGERS ARE SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS AT HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS. EXPENSES FOR ACCOMMODATION AND
  • TRANSFERS FROM AIRPORTS WILL BE BORN BY PASSENGERS. AT THE END OF 14TH DAY, IF TEST RESULT IS NEGATIVE, QUARANTINE WILL BE LIFTED.
  • PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM BANGLADESH, INDIA AND PAKISTAN SHALL SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL.
  • PASSENGERS ARRIVING DIRECTLY FROM BANGLADESH, INDIA AND PAKISTAN AND PASSENGERS WHO HAD BEEN IN THESE COUNTRIES WITHIN THE LAST 14 DAYS WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM QUARANTINE IF THEY SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) PROVIDED THAT THE LAST DOSE WAS AT LEAST 14 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. IF NOT, THESE PASSENGERS WILL BE QUARANTINED AT THEIR RESIDENCES OR ADRESSES THEY SUBMIT. ON THE TENTH DAY OF QUARANTINE A PCR TEST WILL DE DONE AND IF RESULT IS NEGATIVE, QUARANTINE WILL BE LIFTED.
  • PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM AFGHANISTAN AND THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN IN THIS COUNTRY FOR THE LAST 14 DAYS MUST SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT TAKEN AT MOST 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. THESE PASSENGERS ARE SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE FOR 10 DAYS AT HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS. EXPENSES FOR ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSFERS FROM AIRPORTS WILL BE BORN BY PASSENGERS. AT THE END OF 7TH DAY, IF TEST RESULT IS NEGATIVE, QUARANTINE WILL BE LIFTED.
  • AFGHANISTAN CITIZENS WHO HAVE RESIDENCE OR WORK PERMIT IN REPUBLIC OF TURKEY WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM THE HOTEL QUARANTINE ON THE CONDITION THAT THEY SUBMIT VALID RESIDENCE OR WORK PERMIT AND THEY WILL BE SUBJECTED TO QUARANTINE AT THEIR RESIDENCE. PASSENGERS WHOSE FIRST ENTRY POINTS IS OUT OF ISTANBUL OR ANKARA WILL BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO THEIR RESIDENCE ONLY BY PRIVATE VEHICLES AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO HAVE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS OR USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.
  • REPUBLIC OF TURKEY CITIZENS ARRIVING FROM AFGHANISTAN WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM THE HOTEL QUARANTINE AND THEY WILL BE SUBJECTED TO QUARANTINE AT THEIR RESIDENCE AND PASSENGERS WHOSE FIRST ENTRY POINTS IS OUT OF ISTANBUL OR ANKARA WILL BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO THEIR RESIDENCE ONLY BY PRIVATE VEHICLES AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO HAVE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS OR USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.
  • PASSENGERS TO BE QUARANTED SHALL PAY THE HOTEL FEES BEFORE ARRIVING TO TURKEY. PASSENGERS WHO CANNOT PROVE THAT THEY HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY PAYMENTS TO STAY AT THE HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BOARD THE PLANE BY AIRLINE OPERATORS.
  • PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM THE COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED ABOVE WHO SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR
  • JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) PROVIDED THAT THE LAST DOSE WAS AT LEAST 14 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL AND/OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19 WITHIN THE LAST 6 MONTHS STARTING FROM THE 28TH DAY OF THE FIRST POSITIVE PCR TEST RESULT, WILL NOT BE ASKED TO PRESENT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST REPORT AND QUARANTINE MEASURES WILL NOT BE APPLIED.
  • PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM THE COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED ABOVE WHO DO NOT SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) PROVIDED THAT THE LAST DOSE WAS AT LEAST 14 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL AND/OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19 WITHIN THE LAST 6 MONTHS STARTING FROM THE 28TH DAY OF THE FIRST POSITIVE PCR TEST RESULT, PCR TEST REPORT WITH NEGATIVE RESULT AT MOST 72 HOURS OR A RAPID ANTIGEN TEST REPORT WITH NEGATIVE RESULT AT MOST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE ENTRY WILL BE SUFFICIENT.
  • PCR TESTS WILL BE PERFORMED BY THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH ON THE BASIS OF SAMPLING AT THE PASSENGERS' DESTINATIONS. PASSENGERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO GO TO THEIR FINAL DESTINATION AFTER THE TEST SAMPLES ARE TAKEN, AND IF THE TEST RESULTS ARE POSITIVE, THEY WILL BE TREATED ACCORDING TO THE COVID-19 GUIDE OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH.
  • PASSENGERS WITH A POSITIVE TEST RESULT AND PERSONS THEY HAVE BEEN IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH WILL BE QUARANTINED FOR 14 DAYS AT THEIR OWN ADDRESSES AND THE QUARANTINE CONDITIONS WILL BE TERMINATED IF THE PCR TEST RESULTS TO BE PERFORMED AT THE END OF THE 10TH DAY ARE NEGATIVE. THE QUARANTINE CONDITIONS OF THOSE WHO ARE FOUND TO BE CARRYING THE DELTA MUTANT OF THE VIRUS WILL BE TERMINATED IF THE PCR TEST IS NEGATIVE AT THE END OF THE 14TH DAY OF THE QUARANTINE.
  • THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY CITIZENS WILL ENTER TO THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY THOSE WHO SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) AND/OR THOSE WHO SUBMIT DOCUMENT THAT THEY HAVE COVID-19 WITHIN THE LAST 6 MONTHS OR THOSE WHO SUBMIT PCR TEST REPORT WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT IMPLEMENTED AT MOST 72 HOURS BEFORE ENTRY OR SUBMITTING A NEGATIVE RAPID ANTIGEN TEST RESULT AT MOST 48 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL COUNTRY WILL BE ALLOWED.
  • THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT APPLICABLE TO TRANSIT AND/OR TRANSFER PASSENGERS.
  • THERE WILL BE NO PCR REQUIREMENT AND QUARANTINE FOR THE CREW.
  • THE HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS FOR PASSENGERS TO BE QUARANTINED UNDER THE ARTICLE 1 AND 3A WILL BE PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH ON THE LINK OF DGCA (HTTP://WEB.SHGM.GOV.TR/TR/COVID-19-TEDBIRLER/6599-IZOLASYON-OTELLERI 

NOTE: YOU MUST ENTER THE WEB ADDRESS TO THE WEB BROWSER IN LOWER LETTERS AND ENGLISH CHARACTERS)

 

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

December 30

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

 

LATEST NOTAMS

A5392/21 (Issued for LTAA LTBB) - COVID-19

1) VALID VISA HOLDER TURKISH CITIZENS MAY TRAVEL TO HUNGARY WITH

COVID-19 IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY COMPETENT

AUTHORITIES IN TURKEY WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT

BEING SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR

COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.

2) HUNGARIAN CITIZENS COULD ALSO TRAVEL TO TURKEY WITH COVID-19

IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY HUNGARIAN COMPETENT

AUTHORITIES WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT BEING

SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR COMPANY

ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.

29 SEP 11:06 2021 UNTIL 30 DEC 21:00 2021.

CREATED: 29 SEP 11:07 2021

 

A5393/21 (Issued for LTAA LTBB) - COVID-19

1) CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MAY TRAVEL TO SERBIA WITH

COVID-19 IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY COMPETENT

AUTHORITIES IN TURKEY WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT

BEING SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR

COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.

2) CITIZENS OF SERBIA COULD ALSO TRAVEL TO TURKEY WITH COVID-19

IMMUNITY/VACCINE CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY SERBIAN COMPETENT

AUTHORITIES WITHOUT SUBMITTING PCR TEST RESULT AND WITHOUT BEING

SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE. MINORS UNDER 18 TRAVELLING IN THEIR

COMPANY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PCR TEST AND STAY IN QUARANTINE.

29 SEP 11:09 2021 UNTIL 30 DEC 21:00 2021.

CREATED: 29 SEP 11:09 2021

 

A5457/21

A) LTAA LTBB B) 2109302040 C) 2112302100

E) COVID-19

1) ALL FLIGHTS FROM BRAZIL, SOUTH AFRICA, NEPAL AND SRI LANKA ARE

SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PASSENGERS HAVE BEEN IN BRAZIL,

SOUTH AFRICA, NEPAL AND SRI LANKA IN THE LAST 14 DAYS MUST SUBMIT A

NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT TAKEN AT MOST 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL.

THESE PASSENGERS ARE SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS AT HOTELS

DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS. EXPENSES FOR ACCOMMODATION AND

TRANSFERS FROM AIRPORTS WILL BE BORN BY PASSENGERS. AT THE END OF

14TH DAY, IF TEST RESULT IS NEGATIVE, QUARANTINE WILL BE LIFTED.

2) PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM BANGLADESH, INDIA AND PAKISTAN SHALL

SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST RESULT DONE WITHIN 72 HOURS BEFORE

ARRIVAL. PASSENGERS ARRIVING DIRECTLY FROM BANGLADESH, INDIA AND

PAKISTAN AND PASSENGERS WHO HAD BEEN IN THESE COUNTRIES WITHIN THE

LAST 14 DAYS WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM QUARANTINE IF THEY SUBMIT PROOF

OF 2 DOSES OF VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY

USE) (1 DOSE FOR JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) PROVIDED THAT THE LAST DOSE

WAS AT LEAST 14 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL. OTHERWISE THESE PASSENGERS WILL

BE QUARANTINED AT THEIR RESIDENCES OR ADRESSES THEY SUBMIT. ON THE

TENTH DAY OF QUARANTINE A PCR TEST WILL DE DONE AND IF RESULT IS

NEGATIVE, QUARANTINE WILL BE LIFTED.

3A) PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM AFGHANISTAN AND THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN IN

THIS COUNTRY FOR THE LAST 14 DAYS MUST SUBMIT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST

RESULT TAKEN AT MOST 72 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL. THESE PASSENGERS ARE

SUBJECT TO QUARANTINE FOR 10 DAYS AT HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE

GOVERNORSHIPS. EXPENSES FOR ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSFERS FROM

AIRPORTS WILL BE BORN BY PASSENGERS. AT THE END OF 7TH DAY, IF TEST

RESULT IS NEGATIVE, QUARANTINE WILL BE LIFTED.

3B) AFGHANISTAN CITIZENS WHO HAVE RESIDENCE OR WORK PERMIT IN

REPUBLIC OF TURKEY WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM THE HOTEL QUARANTINE ON THE

CONDITION THAT THEY SUBMIT VALID RESIDENCE OR WORK PERMIT AND THEY

WILL BE SUBJECTED TO QUARANTINE AT THEIR RESIDENCE. PASSENGERS WHOSE

FIRST ENTRY POINTS IS OUT OF ISTANBUL OR ANKARA WILL BE ALLOWED TO

TRAVEL TO THEIR RESIDENCE ONLY BY PRIVATE VEHICLES AND WILL NOT BE

ALLOWED TO HAVE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS OR USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.

3C) REPUBLIC OF TURKEY CITIZENS ARRIVING FROM AFGHANISTAN WILL BE

EXEMPTED FROM THE HOTEL QUARANTINE AND THEY WILL BE SUBJECTED TO

QUARANTINE AT THEIR RESIDENCE AND PASSENGERS WHOSE FIRST ENTRY

POINTS IS OUT OF ISTANBUL OR ANKARA WILL BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO

THEIR RESIDENCE ONLY BY PRIVATE VEHICLES AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO

HAVE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS OR USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.

4) PASSENGERS TO BE QUARANTED UNDER THE ARTICLE 1 AND 3A SHALL PAY

THE HOTEL FEES BEFORE ARRIVING TO TURKEY. PASSENGERS WHO CANNOT

PROVE THAT THEY HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY PAYMENTS TO STAY AT THE

HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BOARD

THE PLANE BY AIRLINE OPERATORS.

5) PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM IRAN AND EGYPT WILL BE REQUESTED TO

SUBMIT A PCR TEST REPORT WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT AT MOST 72 HOURS

PRIOR TO ARRIVING TURKEY.

6) PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM THE COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED IN

ARTICLE 1, 2, 3 AND 5, THOSE WHO SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF

VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR

JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) PROVIDED THAT THE LAST DOSE WAS AT LEAST 14

DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL AND/OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19 WITHIN

THE LAST 6 MONTHS STARTING FROM THE 28TH DAY OF THE FIRST POSITIVE

PCR TEST RESULT, WILL NOT BE ASKED TO PRESENT A NEGATIVE PCR TEST

REPORT AND QUARANTINE MEASURES WILL NOT BE APPLIED.

7) PASSENGERS ARRIVING FROM THE COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED IN

ARTICLE 1, 2, 3 AND 5, THOSE WHO DO NOT SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF

VACCINATION (LISTED BY WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR

JOHNSON AND JOHNSON) PROVIDED THAT THE LAST DOSE WAS AT LEAST 14

DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL AND/OR A PROOF OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19 WITHIN

THE LAST 6 MONTHS STARTING FROM THE 28TH DAY OF THE FIRST POSITIVE

PCR TEST RESULT, PCR TEST REPORT WITH NEGATIVE RESULT AT MOST 72

HOURS OR A RAPID ANTIGEN TEST REPORT WITH NEGATIVE RESULT AT MOST 48

HOURS PRIOR TO THE ENTRY WILL BE SUFFICIENT.

8) PCR TESTS WILL BE PERFORMED BY THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH ON THE

BASIS OF SAMPLING AT THE PASSENGERS' DESTINATIONS. PASSENGERS WILL

BE ALLOWED TO GO TO THEIR FINAL DESTINATION AFTER THE TEST SAMPLES

ARE TAKEN, AND IF THE TEST RESULTS ARE POSITIVE, THEY WILL BE

TREATED ACCORDING TO THE COVID-19 GUIDE OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH.

PASSENGERS WITH A POSITIVE TEST RESULT AND PERSONS THEY HAVE BEEN IN

CLOSE CONTACT WITH WILL BE QUARANTINED FOR 14 DAYS AT THEIR OWN

ADDRESSES AND THE QUARANTINE CONDITIONS WILL BE TERMINATED IF THE

PCR TEST RESULTS TO BE PERFORMED AT THE END OF THE 10TH DAY ARE

NEGATIVE. THE QUARANTINE CONDITIONS OF THOSE WHO ARE FOUND TO BE

CARRYING THE DELTA MUTANT OF THE VIRUS WILL BE TERMINATED IF THE PCR

TEST IS NEGATIVE AT THE END OF THE 14TH DAY OF THE QUARANTINE.

9) THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY CITIZENS WILL ENTER TO THE REPUBLIC OF

TURKEY THOSE WHO SUBMIT PROOF OF 2 DOSES OF VACCINATION (LISTED BY

WHO OR TURKEY FOR EMERGENCY USE) (1 DOSE FOR JOHNSON AND JOHNSON)

AND/OR THOSE WHO SUBMIT DOCUMENT THAT THEY HAVE COVID-19 WITHIN THE

LAST 6 MONTHS OR THOSE WHO SUBMIT PCR TEST REPORT WITH A NEGATIVE

RESULT IMPLEMENTED AT MOST 72 HOURS BEFORE ENTRY OR SUBMITTING A

NEGATIVE RAPID ANTIGEN TEST RESULT AT MOST 48 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL

COUNTRY WILL BE ALLOWED.

10) THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT APPLICABLE TO TRANSIT AND/OR TRANSFER

PASSENGERS.

11) THERE WILL BE NO PCR REQUIREMENT AND QUARANTINE FOR THE CREW.

12) PASSENGERS AGED UNDER 12 ARE EXEMPTED FROM PCR/ANTIGEN TEST

REPORT AND VACCINE CERTIFICATE APPLICATION ON ENTRY TO REPUBLIC OF

TURKEY.

13) DOCUMENTS SUCH AS VACCINE CERTIFICATE, PCR/ANTIGEN TEST RESULT

WILL BE CONTROLLED BY AIRLINE COMPANIES BEFORE TRAVEL AND PASSENGERS

WITHOUT THE DOCUMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED TO THE TRAVEL, THE

RESPONSIBILITY ARISING DUE TO THE ACCEPTING OF NON-CERTIFIED PERSONS

WILL BE COMPENSATED BY THE AIRLINE COMPANIES.

14) THE HOTELS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNORSHIPS FOR PASSENGERS TO BE

QUARANTINED UNDER THE ARTICLE 1 AND 3A WILL BE PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH

ON THE LINK OF DGCA

(HTTP://WEB.SHGM.GOV.TR/TR/COVID-19-TEDBIRLER/6599-IZOLASYON-OTELLERI

NOTE: YOU MUST ENTER THE WEB ADDRESS TO THE WEB BROWSER IN LOWER

LETTERS AND ENGLISH CHARACTERS)

A5782/21

COVID-19 / NOTAM REGARDING FLIGHTS TO TURKEY

1. STARTING FROM 14 MARCH 2021 21:00 UTC HOURS ALL PASSENGERS THAT

ARE 6 YEARS OLD AND OLDER WILL BE REQUIRED TO FILL 'TRAVELER ENTRY

FORM' THROUGH 'REGISTER.HEALTH.GOV.TR' WEBSITE WITHIN THE LAST

72-HOURS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE OF THEIR INBOUND FLIGHT TO TURKEY.

AIRLINE COMPANIES ARE REQUIRED TO CHECK THAT THIS ENTRY FORM IS

FILLED. EITHER ON MOBILE DEVICE OF THE PASSENGER OR ON PAPER

PRINTOUT.

2. THIS REQUIREMENT IS NOT APPLICABLE FOR TRANSIT/TRANSFER

PASSENGERS AND CREW.

United Kingdom - Open with Restrictions - 11/30/2021

UNITED KINGDOM

Date:           November 30, 2021
Subject:       Latest Country Restrictions through December 15, 2021

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
US aircraft: Allowed to land
Vaccinated passengers from USA: Vaccination certificate + Pre-booked PCR test upon arrival (before end of Day 2) + PLF. Quarantine until the negative PCR test result is received.
Un-vaccinated passengers from USA: PCR 72h prior boarding + Pre-booked covid tests on Day 2 and Day 8 + PLF. Self-isolation 10 days or the time of stay (5 days with Test to Release Scheme).
 

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • FROM 0400 UTC ON 28 NOVEMBER 2021:
  • COMMERCIAL AND PRIVATE PASSENGER FLIGHTS WHERE THE LAST POINT OF DEPARTURE WAS ANGOLA, BOTSWANA, ESWATINI, LESOTHO, MALAWI, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, SOUTH AFRICA, ZAMBIA AND ZIMBABWE WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO LAND IN ENGLAND OR NORTHERN IRELAND, EXCEPT LONDON HEATHROW (EGLL) AND BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT (EGBB). FLIGHTS MUST DISEMBARK PASSENGERS THROUGH DEDICATED FACILITES. THIS REGULATION DOES NOT APPLY TO AIR AMBULANCE ACFT WHERE THE LANDING IS FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRANSPORTING A PERSON FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT.
  • If you are fully vaccinated
    • Before you travel to England – fully vaccinated
      • Before you travel to England you must:
      • You cannot use an NHS test for your PCR test. You must use a private test provider.
      • You will need to enter your COVID-19 test booking reference number on your passenger locator form.
      • If you’re in England for less than 2 days, you still need to book and pay for a day 2 COVID-19 test. You must quarantine until you receive a negative day 2 COVID-19 PCR test, or until you leave England, whichever is sooner.
    • When you arrive in England – fully vaccinated
      • After you arrive in England you must take a COVID-19 PCR test. This is the test that you booked before travel.
      • You can take the test any time after you arrive and before the end of day 2 at the latest. The day you arrive is day 0.
      • You must quarantine in your home or the place you are staying while you await your test result.
    • Test results
      • If your test result is negative, you can end your quarantine.
      • If your test result is positive, you must self-isolate for 10 full days. The day of the test is day 0.
      • If your test result is unclear, you must self-isolate for 10 full days. The day you took the test is day 0.
      • If your test result is unclear, you can choose to take another private test. If the result of that test is negative, you can stop self-isolating.
      • If your PCR test result is delayed, you must quarantine until you receive a negative test result or until day 14 after arrival, whichever is sooner.
    • Check if you qualify as fully vaccinated
      • To qualify under the fully vaccinated rules for travel to England, you must have proof of full vaccination with a full course of an approved vaccine.
      • You must have had your final dose of the vaccine at least 14 days before you arrive in England. The day you had your final dose does not count as one of the 14 days.
      • The proof of vaccination must have been issued by either:
        • the UK vaccination programme
        • the United Nations vaccine programme for staff and volunteers
        • an overseas vaccination programme with an approved proof of vaccination for travel to the UK
    • Check which vaccines are approved and the list of countries and territories with approved proof of vaccination.
    • Children and other groups that can follow fully vaccinated rules
      • Even if you are not fully vaccinated, the fully vaccinated rules apply if you are:
        • under 18 - see Travelling with children in this guidance
        • taking part in an approved COVID-19 vaccine trial in the UK or the USA (US residents only for USA trials), or a phase 2 or 3 vaccine trial that is regulated by the EMA or SRA
        • unable to have a COVID-19 vaccination for a medical reason which has been approved by a clinician under the medical exemptions process, and you are resident in England
    • Read about applying for a medical exemption from vaccination using the NHS COVID Pass if you live in England.
  • If you are NOT fully vaccinated
    • Before you travel to England – not fully vaccinated
    • When you arrive in England – not fully vaccinated
      • After you arrive in England you must:
      • You must take the first test on or before day 2 and the second test on or after day 8. The day you arrive is day 0. If your day 2 test is positive you do not have to take a day 8 test.
      • If you are in England for less than 10 days, you need to quarantine for the time you are here. You need to book day 2 and day 8 PCR tests. You only need to take the tests if you are still in England on those days.
    • If the test result is positive
      • If you test positive on your day 2 or day 8 test, you must self-isolate for 10 full days. The day you took the test is day 0.
      • You do not need to take the day 8 test if your day 2 test is positive. If your day 2 test is negative, you must take your day 8 test.
      • If your day 8 test is positive, you must self-isolate for 10 full days. The day you took the day 8 test is day 0.
    • If the test result is negative
      • If your day 2 test is negative, you must continue to quarantine.
      • You must take your day 8 test on or after day 8.
      • If your day 8 test is negative, you can stop quarantine on whichever is later:
        • day 10 – day 0 is the day you arrived in England
        • when you receive the day 8 test result
      • Example
        • If you receive your day 8 negative test result back on day 9, you must continue to quarantine until the end of day 10.
        • If you receive your day 8 negative test result back on day 12, you must quarantine until the end of day 12.
    • If the test result is unclear
      • If the result of your day 2 test is unclear, you must self-isolate for 10 full days. The day you took the test is day 0.
      • If the result of your day 8 test is negative, you can stop self-isolating on whichever is later:
        • day 10 - day 0 is the day you arrived in England
        • the day you received the negative day 8 test result
      • If your day 8 test is unclear, you must self-isolate for 10 full days. The day you took the day 8 test is day 0.
      • You can choose to take another private test. If that test result is a negative result, you can stop self-isolating on whichever is later:
        • day 10 - day 0 is the day you arrive in England
        • the day you received the negative replacement test result from the additional test
    • Test to Release scheme
      • If you need to quarantine, you may be able to end quarantine early if you pay for a private COVID-19 test through the Test to Release scheme
      • Note: Test to Release only applies to England.
  • Red list countries 
  • More information for traveling to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland is available at:

 

RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Technical refueling is allowed.
  • Crew rest is allowed. 

 

QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • See Business Flight Restrictions for details. 
  • Special guidelines for the aircraft pilots and crew:
    • Before travel to England
      • You do not need to take a COVID-19 test before you travel to England.
      • You do not need to complete the passenger locator form.
    • After arrival in England - if fully vaccinated
      • You do not need to quarantine.
      • You must take a lateral flow device (LFD) test on or before day 2. If you are travelling internationally on a daily basis, you need to take an LFD test every 3 days.
      • Crew do not need to undertake tests while off-duty under the Flight and Duty Time Limitations.
    • After arrival in England - if not fully vaccinated
      • You do not need to quarantine.
      • If you are in England for longer than 2 days, you need to take a lateral flow test on or before days 2, 5 and 8 after arrival.
      • If you are travelling every day, you must take a lateral flow test at least once every 3 days.
      • Crew do not need to undertake tests while off-duty under the Flight and Duty Time Limitations.
  • Red list countries
    • Applies if you have been in a red list country in the 10 days before you arrive in England.
    • You do not need to quarantine in a government approved hotel and take a COVID-19 test on day 2 and day 8.
    • You do not need to quarantine.
    • If you are in England for longer than 2 days, you need to take a lateral flow device (LFD) test on or before days 2, 5 and 8 after arrival.
    • If you are travelling every day, you must take a lateral flow test at least once every 3 days.
    • When you are in a red list country you should take additional precautions to minimise contact with others.
  • Evidence
    • Crew should show a crew badge or ID.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED

  • December 15, 2021

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Crew must complete the Enhanced General Aircraft Declaration (GAD) prior all international flights into the UK. 
  • More information is available at: www.gov.uk/uk-border-control

 

LATEST NOTAMS

B2753/21
COVID-19: CREWS/PASSENGERS REQUIREMENTS. 
CREWS SHOULD COMPLETE THE ENHANCED GENERAL AIRCRAFT DECLARATION 
(GAD) PROCESS FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS INTO THE UK, INCLUDING 
THE ACTIVE REPORTING OF NIL RETURNS. IF SYMPTOMATIC PASSENGERS ARE 
IDENTIFIED, THIS MUST BE NOTIFIED. GADS FOR FLIGHTS TO ENGLAND 
SHOULD BE SENT TO THE HEALTH CONTROL UNIT TEL: +44 (0) 20 8745 
7209 EMAIL: HEATHROW.HCU(AT)PHE.GOV.UK.GADS. FOR FLIGHTS TO 
SCOTLAND SHOULD BE SENT TO PUBLIC HEALTH SCOTLAND TEL: +44 (0)141 
300 1414 EMAIL: NSS.HPSCORONAVIRUS(AT)NHS.NET (SUBJECT: AIRCRAFT 
DECLARATION).  GADS FOR FLIGHTS TO NORTHERN IRELAND SHOULD BE SENT 
TO PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY TEL: +44 (0)141 300 1414 EMAIL: 
NIPORTHEALTH(AT)HSCNI.NET.  2021-05-0359/AS6
FROM: 11 NOV 2021  10:21   TO: 09 FEB 2022  23:59

B2875/21
COVID-19 INFORMATION: FROM 0400 UTC ON 28 NOVEMBER 2021 
COMMERCIAL AND PRIVATE PASSENGER FLIGHTS WHERE THE LAST POINT OF 
DEPARTURE WAS ANGOLA, BOTSWANA, ESWATINI, LESOTHO, MALAWI, 
MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, SOUTH AFRICA, ZAMBIA AND ZIMBABWE WILL NOT BE 
PERMITTED TO LAND IN ENGLAND OR NORTHERN IRELAND, EXCEPT LONDON 
HEATHROW (EGLL) AND BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT (EGBB). FLIGHTS MUST 
DISEMBARK PASSENGERS THROUGH DEDICATED FACILITES. THIS REGULATION 
DOES NOT APPLY TO AIR AMBULANCE ACFT WHERE THE LANDING IS FOR THE 
PURPOSE OF TRANSPORTING A PERSON FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT. ALL FLIGHTS 
LANDING TO SECURE THE SAFETY OF THE AIRCRAFT OR FOR HEALTH AND 
SAFETY OF ANY PERSON ABOARD WILL CONTINUE TO BE PERMITTED. 
2020-10-0279/AS6
FROM: 28 NOV 2021  04:00   TO: 24 FEB 2022  11:59

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