IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR YOUR TRIP

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Restrictions applicable to your trip:

During the Check-in process you have to accept a health declaration confirming that you must not go to the airport if any of the following circumstances arise:

  • I have been diagnosed with COVID-19 at any point during the 10 days before my flight.
  • I have had any of the relevant symptoms of COVID-19 (fever; a cough that started recently; a loss of taste or smell; difficulty breathing) at any point during the 10 days before my flight.
  • I know that I have been in close contact (for example, less than 2 metres away for more than 15 minutes) with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the 14 days before my flight.
  • I am obliged by local or national regulations to be in quarantine for reasons relating to COVID-19 for a period that includes the date of my flight.

If any of the above situations apply, I will report it via email to sergadmi2@iberiaexpress.com as soon as I become aware of the situation, indicating; reference or booking code, flight date and number, name and surnames of the passengers involved as well as a document accrediting the situation. I understand that, if any of the 4 above situations is identified at the airport, I may be refused travel and lose my right to benefit from any commercial policy for COVID-19 established by the airline company operating my flight.

I understand that, if any of the 4 above situations is identified at the airport, I may be refused travel and lose my right to benefit from any commercial policy for COVID-19 established by the airline operating my flight. If you require medical information about COVID-19, please contact with the local health authority.

Entry and exit restrictions by country

If you are travelling to Spain from abroad (including the Schengen Zone) you will need to fill out a “Health Control Form”, within 48 hours before your flight, through the website www.spth.gob.es or by downloading the app on your mobile device from the same site. You will need to know your assigned seat to complete this form, so we recommend checking in online first. Once you have completed this process you will receive a QR code that you can download on your mobile device or print out. If you don't show this QR code you will be denied boarding.

Moreover, if the country or region of origin of your journey is classified as an at-risk zone, to be able to board the flight you should present one of the following documents:

  • A vaccine certificate issued by the authorities of your country of origin 14 days after the date that the last dose of the vaccine schedule was administered. Accepted vaccines will be those authorised by the European Medicines Agency or those that have completed the World Health Organisation´s emergency use process. The vaccination certificate should include, at the least, the following information: 1. Name and surname of the owner. 2. Date of vaccination, indicating the date of the last dose administered. 3. Type of vaccine administered. 4. Number of doses administered/full vaccination schedule. 5. Issuing country. 6. Identification of the organisation issuing the vaccination certificate.
  • A PDIA (diagnostic test for active infection) for SARS-CoV-2 with a negative result. Minors under 12 years of age are exempt from this requirement. Accepted PDIA tests for SARS-CoV-2 are the molecular Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs), used to detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 Ribonucleic acid (RNA): RT-PCR, TMA and LAMP tests, as well as antigen detection tests included in the list of rapid antigen detection tests for COVID-19, published by the European Commission on the basis of Council Recommendation 2021/C 24/01. For travel from the United Kingdom to Spain, only Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs) will be accepted, used to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 ribonucleic acid (RNA) (RT-PCR, TMA and LAMP). Customers should carry out a PDIA (Active Infection Diagnostic Test) in the 72 hours prior to arrival at their destination for NAAT tests, and 48 hours prior to arrival at their destination for antigen tests.

  • A certificate of recovery issued by an appropriate authority or by a health service at least 11 days after carrying out the first diagnostic test (NAAT) with a positive result. With the exception of travel from the UK to Spain where a recovery certificate will not be acceptable. The validity of the certificate will conclude 180 days after the date the sample was taken. The recovery certificate should include, at the least, the following information:

    1. Name and surname of the owner.
    2. Date the sample was taken for the first positive test result for SARS-CoV-2.
    3. Type of test (NAAT) carried out.
    4. Issuing country.

    Any of these supporting documents will be checked by the airline upon boarding and by the authorities on arrival at your destination in Spain. The document should be the original copy, issued in Spanish, English, French or German, and can be presented in physical (paper) or electronic form.

    Minors under the age of 12 are exempt from the need to provide a vaccination certificate, a PDIA or a certificate of recovery but they should have a QR code that can be generated at the following link:www.spth.gob.es.

Galicia
According to the current regulations, anyone arriving in the Autonomous Community of Galicia after having been, within a period of fourteen calendar days prior to arrival, in territories with a high rate of COVID-19 infections, should communicate their contact information and travel/accommodation details within a maximum period of 24 hours up arrival. With this in mind, people arriving should fill out the form available at https://coronavirus.sergas.gal/viaxeiros or provide such data by calling 881 00 20 21.
For more information, please consult the Galician Health Service´s webpage: https://coronavirus.sergas.gal.

Canary Islands
If you are arriving to the Canary Islands from another country, please read the information provided in the beginning regarding entry restrictions in Spain.
Passengers arriving to the Canary Islands from the rest of the Spanish territory must have a PDIA (diagnostic test of active infection) for SARS-CoV-2 with a negative result, performed within 72 hours prior to the arrival in the Canary Islands.
Exempt from needing a diagnostic test for active infection (PDIA) for SARS-COV-2 are:
a) Children under 12 years of age.
b) Passengers transiting through a port or airport in the Canary Islands whose final destination is another country or another location within the Spanish national territory.
c) Passengers with proof of having been outside of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands for a period of less than 72 hours before arriving, regardless of their place of residence.
d) Passengers that can prove having received the full COVID-19 vaccine schedule, with a vaccine authorised by the European Medical Agency or those which have completed the World Health Organisation’s emergency use process, within 8 months prior to travel. Official documents issued by the relevant authorities of the country of origin from 14 days after the final dose of the vaccine schedule will be recognised.
e) Passengers that can prove having received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine authorised by the European Medical Agency, more than 15 days in advance of and within four months prior to travel. Official documentation issued by the relevant authorities of the country of origin that meets the requirements laid out in the previous paragraph will be recognised.
f) Passengers who can prove having had the virus less than 6 months prior to travel. A certificate issued by the relevant authority or by a medical service at least 11 days after carrying out the first positive NAAT diagnostic test will be recognised, the validity of which will expire 180 days after the date the sample was taken.

Diagnostic tests of active infection accepted, at the choice of the passenger, are:
- Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs), used to detect the presence of ribonucleic acid (RNA) of SARS-Cov-2 (including RT-PCR, TMA and LAMP).
- Antigen tests included in the common list of rapid antigen tests for COVID-19, published by the European Commission on the basis of Council recommendation 2021/C 24/01

Before travel you must send the test certificate to the email address pdiasviajes@gobiernodecanarias.org with your flight number and arrival date in the subject line. If you are staying in an official touristic accommodation, the test certificate will be presented at check in at your touristic accommodation.
Please remember that if you are travelling to the Canary Islands from another country, antigens rapid detection test for SARS-CoV-2 will not be admitted. For more information, please visit the following link: https://www.hellocanaryislands.com/coronavirus/

Balearic Islands
If you are travelling to the Balearic Islands from national territory, you must follow the instructions of the Balearic Government. For more information visit the following link: www.ibsalut.es/es/viajar-a-baleares/

Due to the current health situation, we ask that you please consult the applicable entry and departure restrictions at the origin or destination of your flight during your travel dates

ESSENTIAL INFORMATION TO ENTER ENGLAND FROM OVERSEAS

(Spain is currently included in the amber list)

Everyone entering England from overseas (including UK nationals and residents) must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 3 days of departure to England.

Fill in your passenger locator form up to 48 hours before arrival. You must declare all countries you have visited or transited through in the 10 days prior to your arrival on your passenger locator form.

Before departure check the list of red, amber, and green countries, as the list can change regularly.

Red list passengers

1. Book a managed quarantine package

2. Complete a passenger locator form

You can only enter if you are a British or Irish National, or you have residence rights in the UK. You must enter through a designated port and quarantine in a government approved hotel for 10 days.

Amber list passengers

1. Book tests for day 2 and 8

2. Complete a passenger locator form

3. Make plans to self-quarantine in private accommodation for 10 full days after arrival (or full duration of stay if less than 10 days)

If you are arriving from an amber country, and have been fully vaccinated through an approved vaccination programme, at least 14 days before your arrival in England, you must:

1. Book a test for day 2

2. Complete a passenger locator form

Green list passengers

1. Book a test for day 2

2. Complete a passenger locator form

These measures apply to all persons (including UK nationals and residents) arriving in England from outside the common travel area comprising the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands. The British Overseas Territories are not in the common travel area. Public health requirements may vary depending upon in which nation of the UK you are staying.

England: https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control

Northern Ireland: https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-covid-19-international-travel-advice

Scotland: https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-international-travel-quarantine

Wales: https://gov.wales/arriving-wales-overseas

Failure to comply with these measures is a criminal offence and you could be fined. There are a limited set of exemptions from these measures. Check the list of exemptions carefully. You may be fined if you fraudulently claim an exemption.

If you are travelling to Netherlands you must follow the instructions of the Government. For more information visit the following link.

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france/coronavirus-advice-for-foreign-nationals-in-france/

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Vaccinated passengers

Passengers travelling to or from France must present a sworn declaration. Passengers that do not present this declaration will not be allowed on the flight.

Additionally, if you are travelling from abroad you will need to fill out a passenger location public health form and hand it in upon your arrival.

Vaccinated passengers arriving to France from Spain must present proof of vaccination in order to board. It will only be valid if it proves that you are fully vaccinated, i.e.:

  • Seven days after the second shot for two-shot vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
  • Four weeks after the shot for one-shot vaccines (Johnson & Johnson);
  • Seven days after the shot for vaccines administered to people who have already had COVID-19 (only one dose is necessary).

Only vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be accepted, i.e. Pfizer (Comirnaty), Moderna, AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen).

Non-vaccinated passengers

Passengers travelling to or from France must present a sworn declaration. Passengers that do not present this declaration or refuse to undergo the mandatory screenings, will not be allowed on the flight.

Additionally, if you are travelling from abroad you will need to fill out a passenger location public health form and hand it in upon your arrival.

Also, passengers may be submitted to obligatory temperature screening at French airports.

Non-vaccinated passengers aged 12 or older arriving to France from Spain are required to present a negative PCR or antigenic diagnostic test result performed less than 24 hours before departure.

If you have previously contracted COVID-19, instead of a negative test result you may present a certificate of recovery dated more than 11 days and less than 6 months prior to the date of arrival

You can find all the details and the declaration on the French Interior Ministry’s website: https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage.

QUARANTINE

If you are arriving from a country within the European space, you can enter France without the need for quarantine.

The countries which comprise the European space are all the European Union Member States, as well as Andorra, the Holy See, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland.

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/b4020-travelling-to-ireland-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

In accordance with the current regulation, if you are travelling to Ireland you must fill out a Health Control Form that will include the details of your trip and your contact information.

Failure to complete this form is an offence.

  • If you have valid proof of vaccination, no travel-related testing will be necessary.
  • If you have valid proof that you have recovered from COVID in the past 180 days, no travel-related testing will be necessary.
  • 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.

You will be asked to show evidence of the aforementioned requirements before boarding the airplane and will be denied boarding if you cannot produce such evidence. Once you arrive in Ireland, you have to provide this evidence to Irish immigration officers.

Ireland is now a part of the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) 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.

QUARANTINE

If you are arriving from a country within the European space, you can enter Ireland without the need for quarantine.

Check all the information here: www.gov.ie/quarantine.

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here: https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5412&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For all those who have stayed or transited in the fourteen days preceding entry into Italy in one or more of the States and territories referred to in List C of Annex 20 entry to Italy is permitted without the need for a specific reason, provided that these requirements are met:

  • Passengers must complete the digital Passenger Locator Form. Once you have submitted the form, you will receive at the email address indicated at the registration stage, the dPLF in pdf format and a QR code that you will have to show at the time of boarding.
  • Passengers must present before boarding one of the EU Covid-19 green certifications showing that:
    • They are fully vaccinated for SARS-Cov-2 virus, with attestation of completion of the vaccine series for at least 14 days;
    • They have fully recovered from Covid-19 and the compulsory isolation period following the SARS-CoV-2 infection has ended.
    • They have undergone, in the 72 hours prior to entering the Italian territory, a PCR or antigen test with a negative result.

You will be asked to show evidence of this certification before boarding the airplane and will be denied boarding if you cannot produce such evidence.

In the event of failure to produce a green certificate, passengers are subject to the following preventive measures:

  • ten days of self-isolation at the address provided in the digital Passenger Locator Form
  • swab test at the end of the ten-day isolation period.

If you travel to Italy you will have to fill out a self-declaration form which will include your trip details and contact information. The completion of this form is mandatory.

Check all the information here.

QUARANTINE

Travel to/from States and territories referred to in List C of Annex 20 is permitted without the need for quarantine.

Restrictions apply in case of transit or stay in List Dand/or List Ecountries during the 14 days prior to entry into Italy.

If you are travelling to Norway you must follow the instructions of the Government. For more information visit the following links:
www.helsenorge.no/en/covid-19-certificate/about-covid-19-certificate/
www.regjeringen.no/en/aktuelt/reopening/id2862254/

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here:

https://en.coronasmitte.dk/rules-and-regulations/entry-into-denmark/regarding-persons-travelling-to-denmark-by-air

https://en.coronasmitte.dk/covidtravelrules

COUNTRY CATEGORIES

Countries and regions around the world are classified into four categories: green, yellow, orange and red. The colour codes determine the rules that must be observed to enter Denmark. The colours of countries and regions are revised on a weekly basis and are based on objective criteria and the health situation.

Spain is currently included in the yellow category.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Vaccinated people:

Foreigners who can proof that are vaccinated with an EMA approved vaccine, including tourists, and who can either 1) present an EU COVID-19 Vaccine Passport or 2) who are habitually resident in an EU or Schengen country or in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican State, an orange OECD country or a yellow third country, are not required to take a COVID test before arrival in Denmark, nor are required to be tested and isolate upon entry into Denmark. However, this does not apply if the foreigner is habitually resident in red countries or if within the past 10 days before arriving in Denmark has stayed in countries or regions classified as red at the time of arrival.

Danish nationals and foreigners who are habitually resident in Denmark coming from the countries mentioned above can also enter Denmark regardless of the intended purpose of their entry, without presenting a negative COVID-19 test and without the need to quarantine.

Children up to the age of 17 years old accompanying people who have been previously infected with COVID-19 or who are fully vaccinated are not subject to the requirements to take a test and isolate following their arrival in Denmark.

Please verify the vaccination proof requirements here.

People previously infected with COVID-19:

Foreigners previously infected with COVID-19 are not required to take a COVID test before arrival in Denmark, nor are required to be tested and isolate upon entry into Denmark. However, this does not apply if the foreigner is habitually resident in red countries or if within the past 10 days before arriving in Denmark has stayed in countries or regions classified as red at the time of arrival.

Danish nationals and foreigners who are habitually resident in Denmark coming from the countries mentioned above can also enter Denmark regardless of the intended purpose of their entry, without presenting a negative COVID-19 test and without the need to quarantine.

People previously infected with COVID-19 must therefore be able to present documentation showing a positive PCR test issued by a public authority or a certified laboratory and taken at least 14 days and no more than 8 months prior to entry.

Children up to the age of 17 years old accompanying people who have been previously infected with COVID-19 or who are fully vaccinated are not subject to the requirements to take a test and isolate following their arrival in Denmark.

Unvaccinated people and people not previously infected with COVID-19:

Foreigners arriving from yellow EU or Schengen countries (16 years and older) are required to present a negative PCR molecular or antigen test result from a laboratory. A negative PCR test must be no more than 72 hours old at the time of entry, while a negative rapid test (antigen test) must be no more than 48 hours old at the time of entry.

Danish nationals and foreigners who are habitually resident in Denmark coming from the countries mentioned above do not need to present a negative COVID test.

QUARANTINE

Fully vaccinated people are exempt from the requirements to be tested and isolate on arrival in Denmark unless they have been in a red country/region during the 10 days preceding their arrival. Please verify the vaccination proof requirements here.

People previously infected with COVID-19 are exempt from the requirements to be tested and isolate on arrival in Denmark unless they have been in a red country/region during the 10 days preceding their arrival. People previously infected with COVID-19 must therefore be able to present documentation showing a positive PCR test taken at least 14 days and no more than twelve months prior to the time of entry in order to be eligible.

Unvaccinated people and people not previously infected with COVID-19 arriving from green and yellow countries in the EU and Schengen Area, as well as those arriving from yellow third countries, are not required to have a worthy purpose for entry to Denmark or to isolate on arrival.

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here: https://www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-einreisende-englisch.html#c18635.

As of 29 August, Spain is no longer considered a high-risk area

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  1. Applicable requirements to passengers who do not come from high-risk areas or areas with variants of the virus. There are several Spanish autonomous communities that are considered risk areas, please check if your region is affected through the following link.

All persons over 12 years old entering Germany by plane are required to present, before boarding, one of these documents:

  • a negative PCR or antigen test result or
  • proof of vaccination or
  • proof of recovery from Covid.

In case of tests, passengers must show a negative antigen test made within 48 hours prior to arrival, or a PCR test made within 72 hours prior to arrival. Check the tests and vaccination/recovery certificates requirements here.

If you don’t comply with these requirements we will not be allowed to take you on board.

  1. Applicable requirements to passengers coming from a high-risk area or a variants of concern area.

You must carry out a digital registration on entry if you spent time in a risk area within the ten days prior to your entry. Please enter information on the places you stayed over the previous 10 days on the www.einreiseanmeldung.de travel portal. After filling in all of the necessary information, you will receive a PDF file as confirmation. Before boarding, we will check whether you are in possession of a confirmation.

QUARANTINE

Passengers who have not been in high-risk areas or areas of variants of the virus, can enter Germany without the need to remain in quarantine.

If you have spent time in a high-risk area in the last 10 days prior to your entry, you must make your way directly to your home –or other place ofaccommodation at your destination– upon arrival and remain isolated there for a period of ten days.

Home quarantine can be ended prematurely by submitting proof of vaccination or of recovery via the Federal Republic’s travel portal at https://einreiseanmeldung.de. This applies to all persons entering Germany following a stay in a high-risk area. Quarantine can be ended after you have submitted proof.

Following a stay in a high-risk area, home quarantine can also be ended prematurely by submitting a negative test result via the Federal Republic’s travel portal at https://einreiseanmeldung.de. Testing may at the earliest be conducted five days after entry. For children under the age of twelve, the self-isolation period automatically ends five days after entry.

If you spent time in an area of variants of concern, quarantine lasts for a period of 14 days and cannot be ended prematurely.

You can find more details here.

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here: https://travel.gov.gr/#/

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Tourists must fill in the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) no later than 23:59 (11.59 PM) of the day before arriving in Greece. Families will be able to fill out a single PLF.

Prior to departure, all travelers must ensure that they carry an acceptable form of certification of their health condition. Acceptable documents include:

  • A negative PCR molecular or antigen test result from a laboratory. The test must be taken up to 72 hours before entry in case of PCR and 48 hours in case of antigen test. This test is mandatory for all tourists (including children over the age of 12), regardless of the epidemiological situation in the country of departure.
  • A vaccination certificate issued by a certified authority. Proof of a negative test is not required for all travelers that have completed their vaccination (14 days have elapsed since the last vaccination, depending on the doses required) and hold a vaccination certificate.

Acceptable vaccines are: Pfizer BioNtech, Moderna, Astra Zeneca/Oxford, Novavax, Johnson + Johnson/Janssen, Sinovac Biotech, Gamaleya (Sputnik), Cansino Biologics, Sinopharm.

  • A certificate of recovery from the SARS-CoV-2 virus infection issued by a public authority or a certified laboratory. Proof of a negative test is not required if the traveler has recovered from COVID in the past 9 months. This can be proved through a certificate of recovery issued by a public authority or a certified laboratory.
  • A certificate of a positive PCR molecular or antigen test result, confirming that the holder recovered from the SARS-CoV-2 virus infection, performed at least 2 months before arrival, and no later than 9 months before arrival.

All certificates must include the critical information (i.e. number of doses and their respective dates) in English, German French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and the person’s full name must match the name on the passport or any other recognized travel document.

QUARANTINE

The countries from which entry is allowed, without the requirement for self-isolation are: EU & Schengen Area countries, USA, UK, Israel, Serbia, UAE, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Thailand, Rwanda, Singapore, the Russian Federation, North Macedonia, Canada, Belarus, Bahrein, Qatar, China, Kuwait, Ukraine, and Saudi Arabia. Only essential trips are allowed for citizens of other countries.

Below you will find information regarding medical centers where you can request a diagnostic test for your trip.

Cefalonia:

Kefalonian corona test centre https://www.kefaloniancoronatestcentre.com/

Mikonos

South East Aigaion Medical Health Clinic:seamedical.gr/en/

Santorini

Central Clinic of Santorini

If you are travelling to Croatia you must follow the instructions of the Croatian Government. For more information visit the following link:
https://mup.gov.hr/uzg-covid/english/286212

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here:

https://island.is/en/p/entry

https://www.covid.is/categories/travel-to-and-within-iceland

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

All arriving travelers need to pre-register at covid.is. This applies to adults and children.

If a recently positive PCR-test is presented (older than 14 days but less than 180 days) then a negative test is not required, nor to undergo a test after arrival.

  • Travelers who do notpresent a valid certificate of full vaccination or previous infection need to present a negative PCR-test upon arrival that is not more than 72 hours old at boarding. Rapid antigen tests are not accepted for those without a certificate of a full vaccination or previous infection.

If you don’t comply with these requirements we will not be allowed to take you on board.

All children born 2005 or later:

  • Do not need to pre-register.
  • Do not need to present a negative PCR-or antigen test upon arrival.
  • Do not need to undergo a screening test due to travelling.
  • Need to quarantine if their parent/guardian/adult co-traveller needs to quarantine but otherwise not.

See details at covid.is.

QUARANTINE

Individuals who present a confirmation of a full vaccination or recovery against COVID-19 and a negative test upon arrival do not need to undergo a PCR-test at the border and are exempt from quarantine.

If less than 14 days have passed from completion of vaccination, then the traveler will be required to undergo one PCR-test at the border and to follow rules of quarantine until results are received.

Non-vaccinated or non-recovered travelers are required to undergo 2 tests to screen for SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, with quarantine in between. The first test is performed upon arrival and the second one 5 days later. If the second test is negative then quarantine is lifted.

You can find more details about the entry requirements and their exceptions here:

https://deputyprimeminister.gov.mt/en/health-promotion/covid-19/Pages/travel.aspx

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Travel to Malta without the need to quarantine is only permitted to vaccinated persons, on presentation of:

  1. A completed Public Health Travel Declaration and Passenger Locator Form ​(PLF); or the Digital Passenger Locator Form accessed from https://app.euplf.eu​ that must be completed prior to boarding for every passenger.
  2. One of these certificates:
  • A valid official Maltese vaccination certificate or
  • “NHS COVID Pass “– NHS Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination record: full course of vaccination with 14 day after last dose or
  • “EU Digital COVID Certificate (Vaccination Certificate)”: full course of vaccination with 14 day after last dose.

Non-vaccinated passengers (5 years and over) must present a negative 72 hour nasopharyngeal RT-PCR test result ¡ and must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in Malta.

Children between the ages of five and eleven years (both ages included) must be in possession of a negative RT-PCR result performed no longer that 72 hours before arrival into Malta, even if their parents/guardians are vaccinated. No test is needed for children under the age of 5.

Failure to present these documents shall result in denied boarding.

QUARANTINE

People who do not have a vaccination certificate (except for exceptions), must carry out a 14-day quarantine in an authorized hotel and must bear its cost.

If you are travelling to Sweden you must follow the instructions of the Swedish Government. For more information visit the following link:
https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/faq/

Use of masks

The use of a mask that covers both the nose and mouth is mandatory for all air transport users over the age of 6, being it the passenger´s responsibility bring a sufficient number of mask(s) to be used for the duration of his/her trip. The mask must be worn at all times and may only be removed during the exact moment in which the passenger is eating or drinking. The only people exempt from this obligation are those who present some type of illness or respiratory difficulty that may be aggravated by the use of a mask or who, due to their disability or dependency, do not have the autonomy to remove the mask, or present behavioral alterations that makes its use impossible. Passengers in any of these situations should contact Iberia´s medical service through serviberia, who will review their case prior to their trip. In addition to this, once at the airport passengers must go to a check-in desk and present Iberia´s medical authorization and a certified negative PCR test performed within 48 hours prior to the departure of their flight, as well as the health tests and documentation required by the local authorities at their destination.

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