Covid 19 entry regulations can change at short notice. To make sure you’re well briefed, you will find the latest information for your destinations listed below and on the right.

The following countries have removed all Covid related entry requirements (except for the wearing of a mask in certain cases):

  • Austria;
  • Czech Republic;
  • Netherlands;
  • Switzerland;
  • United Kingdom.

To enter these destinations, passengers only require a ticket and the applicable valid travel documentation.

For the other destinations, kindly refer to the information contained in the list on the right.

 

Masks

Face masks are among the most efficient means to prevent the transmission of SARS-COV-2 including existing Variants Of Concerns (VOC). Where the use of face-masks is not mandatory, we still encourage you to wear a face mask at the airport and during the flight to protect yourselves, whilst respecting others’ decision to wear or to not wear a mask. Customers with a medical condition making them vulnerable to COVID-19 are advised to wear an FFP2 mask for their own protection.

As from Monday 16th May 2022, Malta will be lifting the mask requirement on board aircraft. However, kindly note that the laws of the country of destination or departure may still mandate a mask requirement on board. In such cases, the mask requirement still applies for the whole duration of the flight. Kindly refer to the table below for more information on the mask requirement on board aircraft:

Country

Inbound flights

Outbound flights

Exemption

Austria

Yes (FFP2, FFP3, N95, P2, DS or KN95)

Yes (FFP2, FFP3, N95, P2, DS or KN95)

1.Children under 6

2.Persons who can’t be expected to wear a mask for health reasons

Pregnant and 6 to 14-year-olds can use a community mask instead

Belgium

No

No

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Czech Republic

No

No

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France

No

No

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Germany

Yes

Yes

Children under 6

Italy

Yes (FFP2) till 15th June

Yes (FFP2) till 15th June

1.   Children under 6

2.   Persons with disabilities incompatible with the use of the mask including a person who needs to communicate with them

 

Malta

No

No

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Netherlands

Yes

Yes

1.   Children under 13

2.   Persons with a disability or health condition that makes them unable to wear or put on a face mask

Spain

Yes

Yes

1.   Children under 6

Switzerland

No

No

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UK

No

No

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Updated 17th May 2022