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Current Travel Regulations

CURRENT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The safety and well-being of passengers and crews are of paramount importance. 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 from the age of six and 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.

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Switzerland

The Federal Office of Public Health Switzerland has adopted new regulations for people entering Switzerland, effective from February 22nd:

  • As before, entry by air is only possible with a negative COVID-19 PCR test. All travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours before boarding. In exceptional cases, a negative COVID-19 AntiGen rapid test that is not older than 24 hours is only permitted for the check at boarding, if the results of the COVID-19 PCR test are not available quickly enough. However, for the possible second control at the Swiss border, you need the negative result of the Covid-19 PCR test. If you do not have a negative PCR test result there, you will have to get tested immediately after entering the country at your own expense. The check is carried out before boarding the plane. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Children do not have to show a negative test result when boarding.

  • All travelers entering Switzerland must fill out an entry form. The electronic form can be found here: Entry form 
  • As in the past, travelers entering Switzerland from a risk area will be placed in a 10-day quarantine immediately after entering the country and on a direct route. However, they can leave this quarantine from the seventh day onwards if the result of a Covid-19 rapid antigen test or Covid-19 PCR test is negative. You must stay in your home or other suitable accommodation at all times during the ten days following your entry into Switzerland and avoid contact with other people.

  • Those entering from a non-risk country are also subject to Covid-19 PCR testing upon entry, but not quarantine.

  • The following travelers are exempt from the testing requirement:
    Travelers with a medical certificate who have had COVID-19 within the three months prior to entry and are considered cured.
Due to the special situation at EuroAirport Basel, the following French entry and exit regulations are currently in effect for ALL ARRIVING AND DEPARTING PASSENGERS:
  •  Arriving passengers (11years and older) must present a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours in their country of origin upon departure.
  • ZIn addition, an Attestation de déplacement et de voyage must always be presented at EuroAirport upon entry and departure from non-EU countries..

 

Germany

For entry into Germany, in connection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the infectious disease Covid-19 extended regulations apply. Since January 14, 2021, the Robert Koch Institute divides the risk areas into three risk levels, for which different obligations apply:

  • Level 1 - high-risk areas
  • Level 2 - high-incidence areas
  • Level 3 - virus variant areas

Kosovo and northern Macedonia are currently classified as high-risk areas by the RKI.

  • All travelers entering Germany from a high-risk area (level 2) must present a negative Coved-19 PCR test upon departure. The proof of the negative Covid-19 test, must not be older than 48 hours at the time of entry. Children up to and including 6 years of age are exempt from the test proof requirement, but not from the registration requirement.
  • Proof of a negative test result or a corresponding medical certificate must be provided on paper or in an electronic document, in each case in German, English or French.
  • Travelers who have been in a risk area, high incidence area, or virus variant area in the last 10 days must register at www.einreiseanmeldung.de before arriving in Germany and carry proof of registration with them upon entry.
  • In addition, there is still the obligation to enter domestic quarantine immediately after entry and by direct route for a period of ten days.
  • The domestic quarantine can be shortened by a second negative result, no earlier than the fifth day after entry.
    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 regulations. These regulations are currently changing frequently. Currently there are no specific entry regulations to Kosovo.

 

 

North Macedonia

Please note that you are responsible for complying with the entry regulations. These regulations are currently changing frequently. Currently there are no specific entry regulations to North Macedonia.

 

 

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

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

Hand luggage (max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm) is not allowed on board. Only one piece of luggage (max. 20kg) that can be checked in is allowed.

Italy uses several European countries on the Corona index, including North Macedonia. Anyone who enters Italy from one of these countries must be in quarantine (self-isolation) for 14 days (see info box with the list of nations). Link

 

 

The safety and well-being of passengers and crews are of paramount importance.

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 from the age of six and 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 in the event of illness
Join your trip only 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 on our flights is mandatory for all passengers 6 years and older.

 

  

Comply with hygiene regulations
Follow the general rules for hygiene and physical distance, such as Washing hands, keeping distance while queuing, etc.

 

  

Plan more time
According to the current circumstances, please be at the airport at least 3 hours before departure.

 

 

Observe entry requirements
Find out about the entry requirements at the destination. If necessary, download the relevant entry forms and fill them in before you travel.