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Current Travel Regulations
Here, passengers have the opportunity to find out about the Corona measures applicable in the individual countries. This information is always updated. In principle, however, it is the responsibility of the passengers to familiarize themselves with the current entry regulations and to meet the relevant conditions. 

This leads directly to the entry forms:

 

Switzerland

The Swiss Federal Office of Public Health continues to have certain restrictions for people traveling to Switzerland:  

As a foreign national, you may not be allowed to enter Switzerland. 
Please clarify this before your trip. 
You can find the answer on the website of the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) , which is responsible for Switzerland's entry regulations. 

Germany

For entry into Germany, extended regulations apply in connection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the infectious disease Covid-19. Please inform yourself about the current entry restrictions at the Federal Foreign Office before entering the country .

  • All those entering the country from the age of twelve must be able to prove on arrival that the risk of transmission is reduced - with proof of a vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative test result. 
  • The complete vaccination and recovery must be proven with a medical certificate on paper or digitally in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish or a vaccination certificate.
  • A negative  antigen test that is not older than 48 hours or a PCR test that is not older than 72 hours  is valid as proof of testing . 
  • Vaccinated, convalescent and tested persons who come from a  high incidence area or virus variant area  or who have stayed in one in the last 10 days must register at www.einreiseanmeldung.de before arriving in Germany and  bring  proof of registration with them upon entry to lead. 

  • The risk classification for all countries, defined by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), can be found here:  Risk area

 

Kosovo

Please note that you are responsible for complying with the entry requirements. 
These regulations are changing frequently at the moment. There are currently no specific entry requirements for people who are resident in Switzerland and / or have Swiss citizenship.

We also recommend checking the official government website for up-to-date information.

 

 

North Macedonia 

Please note that you are responsible for complying with entry regulations. These regulations are changing frequently at the moment. There are currently no specific entry requirements for people who are resident in Switzerland and / or have Swiss citizenship.

We also recommend checking the official government website for up-to-date information.

 

Italy

Print and fill in the SELF-DECLARATION COVID-19 form ' to travel from Italy.  

Print and fill in the SELF-DECLARATION ENTRY INTO ITALY form to travel to Italy.  

Carrying hand luggage (max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm) on board is not permitted. Only one piece of luggage is allowed (max. 20kg) that can be checked in at check-in.

Italy puts several European countries on the Corona index, including Kosovo and North Macedonia. Anyone entering Italy from one of these countries must be in quarantine (self-isolation). link

 

 

The safety and well-being of passengers and crews come first.

The airlines fully implement the hygiene measures and service concepts of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Since the minimum distances in the cabin cannot always be observed, all passengers aged six and over as well as all crew members are obliged to wear a protective mask . In addition, the interaction between crew and passengers during the flight is kept to a minimum. In addition, the entire fleet is equipped with special "HEPA" air filters as standard.  

 

 

 

Stay at home if you are ill  Only start your journey if you feel healthy. Stay at home with symptoms such as: fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell.

 

Bring mouth and nose protection Make
sure you have enough protective masks ready for your trip. Covering the mouth and nose is compulsory for all passengers aged 6 and over on our flights.

 

 


Comply with hygiene regulations Follow the general rules for hygiene and physical distancing, such as hand washing, keeping your distance when queuing, etc.

 

 

Plan more time
Please be at the airport no later than 3 hours before departure, depending on the current circumstances.

 

 

Observe entry regulations
Find out about the entry regulations at your destination. Download the relevant immigration forms and fill them out before you travel.