Passengers under the age of 12 and those presenting a proof of vaccine or a vaccine certificate are exempt from any pre-departure test requirements. The vaccine needs to be EMA approved: Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca  (Vaxevria and Covishield)  (7 days after 2nd jab) or Johnson & Johnson (4 weeks after single dose jab) or 7 days after a booster ARNm dose (Moderna or Pfizer) after 2 shots of a vaccine on the WHO's health emergency list (Sinovac/Coronavac or Sinopharm/BBIB-PVeroCells); or proof of vaccination 14 days after single dose of vaccine is given to a person who recovered from COVID. Passengers who are not exempt are required to present a negative PCR or antigen test taken within 72 hours prior 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. A certificate of recovery is a document issued to persons who have contracted COVID-19, upon presentation of a positive RT-PCR or antigenic test.

Passengers are required to fill in a sworn declaration which can be downloaded from the Interior Ministry’s website 

Quarantine measures do not apply for travel to France from Malta.

 

Kindly ensure that you fill in and submit the Air Malta Declaration Form