Austria Covid19 Forms & Travel Information

Passengers without a vaccine certificate, recovery certificate or a test will be tested at their own cost within 24 hours of arrival. 

Passengers are kindly requested to wear an FFP2 mask or a mask with a higher protection on board the aircraft.

Testing Requirements:

  1. Vaccinated and recovered persons will need a negative predeparture PCR, LAMP, TMA test to enter Austria taken within 72hrs prior arrival. This does not apply to those with a booster dose; For regular entry (commuter traffic), an antigen test that was sampled no more than 24 hours ago is also valid (Antigen tests for personal use are not valid);
  2. If no test is provided at border control passengers will be required to go into quarantine until results of a negative test result are out;
  3. The non-vaccinated/non-recovered (Austrian and EU/EEA nationals only and those with residence in Austria allowed) have to start a 10 day quarantine which can be terminated after 5 days on presentation of a negative test result.

 

Minors under the age of 12 are exempt if they are accompanied by an adult. If traveling alone, they must also meet the respective regular entry requirements such as registration for pre-travel clearance, testing and quarantine. Minors from the age of 6 to the age of 15 are exempt from any vaccination/ recovery and testing requirements, even if they are travelling alone, if they can provide at least 1 negative test result of a PCR/LAMP/TMA test taken within 72 hours prior arrival or 1 antigen test taken within 48 hours prior arrival  and subsequently comply with the Ninja Pass

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

Kindly consult the official information here for more detail as well as for any applicable exemptions.

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

 

Updated 11th January 2022

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