COVID-19 - Travel restrictions

Travel with peace of mind to any destination

Make sure that you are informed on the travel restrictions and entry requirements of the country you are traveling to, as well as those in which you will transit, in order to ensure that you arrive to your destination without any mishap.

For some destinations it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival, verify below if this is needed in your case. For destinations that do not have an online form, passengers will be requested to fill out a form during the flight, so we ask that you bring a pen for your flight.

Please be aware that it is the passenger’s responsibility to comply with all government policies and entry requirements, for example the need to fill out forms and/or Covid-19 testing*. Failure to do so may result in denied boarding for the flight or entry to the destination.

As we are not listing all countries and as rules face frequent changes, guarantee that you meet the travel requirements of your destination, as well as the destinations in which you will have to transit through. Always confirm information with official government agencies to ensure you are able to reach your destination.

 

* Testing results are preferably presented in English or in the languages required by the countries and please be aware that fully handwritten Covid-19 tests are not accepted, but prepopulated certificates, with some handwritten information, are valid. If:

  • All mandatory data is present (see here);
  • There is a stamp of the entity that performed the certificate (just a signature is not accepted).
 
Portugal

Traveling of / in transit to:

All passengers traveling to Continental Portugal, either as a final destination, in transit or transfer, must complete this online form after checking-in for the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.
 


As per the directive of the Portuguese Government, entry into Portuguese territory is only authorized for:
  1. Passengers on flights from countries belonging to the European Union, countries associated with the Schengen Area (Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland), United Kingdom, USA, Canada and Brazil
  2. Passengers on flights from countries whose epidemiological situation is in accordance with Council Recommendation (EU) 2020/1551, of 22 October 2020.
  3. Passengers on flights from countries that are not members of the European Union or that are not countries associated with the Schengen Area (other than United Kingdom, USA, Canada and Brazil), exclusively for essential reasons (*) (**)
  4. Passengers on repatriation or humanitarian flights organized in accordance with the law.

(*) Essential reasons are: professional, study, family reunion, health or humanitarian reasons.
(**) No essential reasons are required for passengers holding an EU Digital Covid Recovery/Vaccination Certificate, or a vaccination/recovery certificate issued by a third country considered as equivalent by the European commission

Test requirements:
Passengers entering or transiting thru Portugal must present proof of testing for the screening of SARS-CoV-2 with a negative result, or they will be denied boarding. (including Portuguese citizens, residing in Portugal and their families): 

  • NAAT - Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (RT-PCR, NEAR, TMA, LAMP, HDA, CRISPR, SDA, etc), performed within 72 hours prior to the time of departure on the 1st embarkation point,
    OR
  • An antigen test (TRAg) performed within 48 hours prior to the time of departure on the 1st embarkation point. 

Exceptions:

  • Children who have not completed 12 yrs
  • Passengers presenting a valid EU Digital Covid certificate, or a certificate considered equivalent by the European commission (see: Acceptance conditions for EU Covid certificates)
  • Passengers presenting a valid recovery/vaccination certificate issued by a third country (see: acceptance conditions for third country certificates)

The mandatory tests can only be accepted in Portuguese, French, Spanish, English and Italian. An element that must be stated is the time and date at which the test was carried out.

Acceptable formats are paper and electronic (but not mobile text messages – SMS).

NHS tests and Trace Test performed in the United Kingdom are not valid for travel.

Only antigen tests acceptable by the European Union Health Committee are accepted for travel as well as the inimum data that must be present on the test result document as set by the same entity (see here).

Passengers are responsible to verify if their test meets the requirements.

Passengers travelling from the Madeira and Azores Islands are exempted from presenting the negative covid test to enter mainland Portugal (unless transferring to other country, in which case the destination rules apply).

Acceptance conditions for UE Digital Covid Certificates:

The European Commission has validated non-EU certificates in accordance with Regulamento (UE) 2021/953, Jun 14th, 2021. The certificates from these countries (see the full list here) are considered under the same rules as the UE Digital Covid Certificates, as follow:

  • Vaccination certificate, declaring a complete and valid vaccination, with a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by Regulation(CE) n.º 726/2004. Vaccination is considered valid after 14 days from:
    • The single dose of a single dose vaccine, OR;
    • The second dose of a two-dose vaccine (even each dose is of a different vaccine), OR;
    • A single dose of a two-dose vaccine, if the certificate indicates that the single dose concludes the vaccination plan, for people that have already been infected with COVID-19
  • Recovery certificate, declaring that the person has recovered from COVID-19 infection, in result of a positive NAAT test with at least 11 days and no more than 180 days
  • Negative Test certificate (NAAT test performed within 72 hours prior to the time of departure on the 1st embarkation point OR antigen test performed within 48 hours prior to the time of departure on the 1st embarkation point)

NHS COVID pass is accepted and acceptance conditions are the following:

  • The pass/certificate must comply with the following rules:
    • Vaccination certificate, declaring a complete and valid vaccination, with a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by Regulation (CE) n.º 726/2004. Vaccination is considered valid after 14 days from:
      • The single dose of a single dose vaccine, OR;
      • The second dose of a two-dose vaccine (even each dose is of a different vaccine), OR;
      • A single dose of a two-dose vaccine, if the certificate indicates that the single dose concludes the vaccination plan, for people that have already been infected with COVID-19
      The certificate must have at least the following info:
      1. Name(s) and last name (s) of the holder
      2. Date of birth
      3. Name of the disease (COVID-19 / SARS-Cov-2 or a variant)
      4. Vaccine against COVID-19 or prophylaxis
      5. Name of the vaccine against COVID-19
      6. Holder of the authorization for introduction on the market, or vaccine manufacturer name
      7. Serial number of the shots and total number of shots in that series
      8. Data of vaccination, referring the date of the last administrated dose
      9. Country where the vaccine was administrated
      10. Entity that issued the certificate

    • Recovery certificate, declaring that the person has recovered from COVID-19 infection, in result of a positive NAAT test with at least 11 days and no more than 180 days
      The certificate must have at least the following info:
      1. Name(s) and last name (s) of the holder
      2. Date of birth
      3. Name of the disease (COVID-19 / SARS-Cov-2 or a variant) from which the holder recovered
      4. Date of the first positive result
      5. Country that issued the certificate
      6. Entity that issued the certificate
      7. Date from which the certificate is valid

 

NOTES:

  • The certificates can be presented digitally or in paper
  • Presenting valid UE COVID digital certificate (only recovery or vaccination) or a third country valid vaccination/recovery certificate exempts passengers from essential reasons for travel
Additional documentation 

For Continental Portugal, as a final destination, in transit or transfer, it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form after completing their check-in, proof of which will need to be presented at control points.

Fill form

All passengers traveling to Azores must complete this online form in the 72h hours prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.
This does not apply to those traveling with a valid COVID Digital Certificate of vaccination or recovery.


Passengers over 12yrs travelling to or within Azores need either:

  • DIGITAL UE COVID recovery certificate (valid for 180 days after recovery) OR
  • DIGITAL UE COVID vaccination certificate (valid 14 days from the full vaccination scheme OR
  • Test certificate (DIGITAL EU or other), for a negative RT-PCR test performed within the 72h prior to arrival OR
  • Be tested upon arrival

 

Detailed rules must be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For Azores it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

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All passengers traveling to Madeira and Porto Santo must complete this online form in the 48 hours prior to the flight.
Proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.


All passengers travelling to the Madeira Islands must:

  • Complete an online form mentioned above within the 48h prior to the flight
  • Perform a COVID19 PCR test within 72 hours prior to arrival, in laboratories certified by national or international authorities, OR perform the test upon arrival (The passenger will be informed of the result within the following 12 hours)

Exceptions to the test:

  • Children under 12 yrs
  • Passengers presenting a medical declaration stating that the passengers has been infected and now recovered from COVID19, issued in the last 180 days
  • Passengers presenting a document stating that the passenger has been vaccinated to COVID19, with an approved vaccine and respecting the immunization period set by the vaccine description

See all the rules here.

Additional documentation 

For Madeira and Porto Santo, it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

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Europe and Middle East

Traveling of / in transit to:

Confirm below if it is mandatory that you complete this online form prior to the flight.
If it is mandatory for your entry to Germany, proof of the filled-out form will need to be presented at control points.


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Country classifications can be found here.


Passengers traveling to Germany and embarking in German airports are only allowed to use surgical masks or FFP2 or FFP3 masks without valve. The maximum duration for which the surgical mask should be used is 4 hours, and it must be replaced after this period.

Ventilated and fabric masks are not permitted.

 

Additional documentation 

For Germany some passengers, depending on the risk area of their departure, must complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

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All passengers traveling to Austria must complete this online form prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled-out form will need to be presented at control points.


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For Austria it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Fill form

All passengers traveling to Belgium must complete this online form in the 48 hours prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points and passengers who do not prove that they have completed the form will not be allowed to board the flight.


 Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.
Additional documentation 

For Belgium it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Fill form

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

All passengers traveling to Spain must complete this online form prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled-out form will need to be presented at control points.


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For Spain it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Fill form

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.


As decreed by French authorities, it is mandatory that all passengers from the age 11 and above to wear a surgical mask or FFP1, FFP2 or FFP3 masks without valveThe maximum duration for which the surgical mask should be used is 4 hours, and it must be replaced after this period. Children form the age of 6 and above are still required to wear a suitable masks.
 
Ventilated and fabric masks are not permitted.

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

All passengers, including Irish citizens, traveling to Ireland must complete this online form (Passenger Locator Form) in the 48 hours prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points and is required to be allowed to board.

  • Children under 16 are to be included on the COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form of their accompanying responsible adult
  • Unaccompanied children aged 12 and over are required to complete their own COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form

Arriving in Ireland without the locator form is an offence punishable by a fine of up to 5000 € or up to 6 months in prison or both


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For Ireland it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

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Only Israeli citizens or residents are allowed to travel to Israel unless they carry a specific approval from Israeli Population and Immigration authority, that can be obtained here.

All passengers traveling to Israel must complete this online form 24 hours prior to the scheduled arrival time.
The proof of the filled-out confirmation, in digital or paper form, will need to be presented at control points and is required to be allowed to board


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For Israel it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points. 

Fill form

All passengers traveling to Italy must complete this online form prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.


Passengers traveling to Italy and embarking on Italian airports are only allowed to use surgical masks or FFP2 or FFP3 masks without valve. The maximum duration for which the surgical mask should be used is 4 hours, and it must be replaced after this period.

Ventilated and fabric masks are not permitted.

Hand Luggage Restrictions

As per the restrictions imposed by Italian authorities, on flights to / from Italy passengers cannot place loose items of clothing into overhead bins. Any items of loose clothing should be placed within the hand luggage or kept with the passenger.

Additional documentation 

For Italy it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Fill form

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

All passengers traveling to United Kingdom must complete this online form in the 48 hours prior to the flight.
Proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.
 


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry to the United Kingdom should be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For United Kingdom it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Fill form

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Country classifications can be found here.


As of February 25, 2021, the Czech Republic requires the use of FFP2 masks, inside all buildings, with the exception of private households.

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

All passengers traveling to Switzerland must complete this online form prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled-out form will need to be presented at control points.
 


Use the Travel Check for guidance on heath requirements to enter Switzerland. 

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

See here the list of countries with variant of concern.

Additional documentation 

For Switzerland it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

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Africa

Traveling of / in transit to:

All passengers traveling to Angola must complete this online form in the 72 hours prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.


The borders of the Republic of Angola remain closed, with the entry and exit of national territory subject to sanitary control defined by the competent authorities.

However, on repatriation flights entries to Angola will be limited to the passengers described below: 

  • Return to Angola of nationals an non-national residents;
  • Entry of foreign citizens with work visas;
  • Return of foreign citizens to their respective countries;
  • Official trips to and from the national territory;
  • Entry and exit of diplomatic and consular staff.
 
For repatriation flights from Angola to Portugal are only valid for those with Portuguese nationality or passengers with residence in Portugal.
 
All entries and exits from Angola are dependent on the presentation of a negative RT-PCR test to COVID-19, carried out in the 72 hours preceding the flight (the test certificate must be printed and presented in paper at the airport and to the authorities).
 
 
Upon arrival at Luanda, passengers are subject to an antigen rapid test, performed at the Airport facilities.

 

After the entry, there is a mandatory quarantine up to 10 days, which will be concluded with the emission of a release from the heath authorities, after the presentation of a new negative covid-19 test:

  • Short term official visits, non-superior to 72h, are exempted from quarantine;
  • The ministry of health may define a special quarantine regime or determine its exemption in certain special cases. Without this permit, passengers are not allowed to departure from Angola without terminating the quarantine.
Additional documentation 

For Angola it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

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For immigration purposes: All passengers (except nationals and residents) traveling to Cape Verde must complete this online form prior to the flight. 
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.

For covid/health purposes: all passengers travelling to Cape Verde must fill a health form; online here or in paper on board.


Passengers must also present:

  • A negative PCR test for COVID-19 or a negative result from an antigen test carried out within 48 hours prior to boarding or a molecular test validated by the health authority, carried out within 72 hours prior to boarding,
    OR
  • A recovery certificate (more than 14 days from positive test and less that 90 days), 
    OR
  • A vaccination certificate.

Accepted vaccines and certificate validity:

  • AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik V : 14 days from 2nd dose
  • Johnson & Johnson: 28 days from single dose

Exceptions:

  • Children under 12 years are exempt from presenting the PCR test for COVID-19 or vaccination certificates.
  • Passengers in transit or transfer, who don’t cross the national border.
  • The crew of operators who carry out regular commercial activities and passengers in transit or transfer who do not cross the national border are also exempt.

 

More information available here.

Additional documentation 

For Cape Verde it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

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All passengers traveling to Cote D’Ivoire must complete this online form prior to the flight. 
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.


Any passenger (12 yrs or above) departing or arriving in Abidjan must have a negative COVID 19 test certificate dated no more than 3 days from the date of collection.

All departing, arriving and transit passengers must complete the online travel declaration form, as mentioned above, print it and present it at check-in. It is recommended that passengers have their own pen.

All passengers will systematically undergo temperature screening.

  • If the temperature is above 38 °, the passenger will be tested and put in quarantine while waiting for the test results:
    • If the test result is negative, the passenger will have to self-quarantine for 14 days under the supervision of the health authorities to confirm his/her good health.
    • If the test result is positive, the passenger will be taken to the Infectious Disease Department.
Travellers departing from Abidjan will pay the sum of 25,000 FCFA for the COVID-19 test (RT-PCR screening test) in accordance with the decision taken by the Heads of State and Government of the WAEMU zone. The payment will be made via the online platform here

It is recommended that passengers, who wish to obtain their COVID-19 test result within 48 hours, go before 10:00 a.m. GMT to the approved sampling centers.

For passengers departing from Abidjan, the COVID-19 certificates considered as valid are only those delivered by approved sampling centers of the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene. Among them: Cocody Saint Jean center, Marcory center, the Yopougon BAE center, Treichville center (Infectious Diseases Service) and Plateau center, Sorbonne.

All international arrivals including those from the ECOWAS region will be required to meet the following health requirements prior to admission into Ghana by the Ghana Immigration Service:

  1. Must not have any symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 including body temperature >38°C
  2. Possession of a COVID-19 negative PCR test result from an accredited laboratory in the country of origin.
    1. The test should have been done not more than 72 hours before the scheduled departure time from the country of origin
    2. For passengers who transit through other countries before arriving in Ghana, the first country of departure will be the reference point
    3. For Ghanaian residents who depart Ghana and return within one (1) week will not be required to present a COVID-19 test result from the country of departure. They will however, undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing upon arrival to Ghana.
    4. Children under-5 years of age will not be required to undergo testing at the airport
    5. Persons who arrive under emergency circumstances such as diverted flights will not be required to undergo testing if they do not leave the airport or remain in transit and do not leave the hotel.
  3. Must wear a face mask appropriately (extending from the middle of the nasal bridge to halfway between the chin and the neck).
  4. Passengers are advised to regularly use any of the hand sanitizing stations provided in the terminal.
  5. Be subject to a mandatory COVID-19 test at the airport terminal, which costs 150USD and this cost will be borne by the passenger. The payment for this test must be done prior to boarding of flights here, and passenger are required to show proof of payment as a condition for boarding of flights
  6. All persons testing positive will receive further clinical assessment and treatment.
  7. All persons testing negative will be advised to continue to observe COVID-19 safety precautions following arrival in Ghana. 
  8. Passengers transiting and transfering through Accra will not be required to take the COVID-19 test in Accra.

Information provided by the Ghana authorities is available here

Additional documentation 

For Ghana it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

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Conditions for entry into Guinea-Bissau:

  • Present a negative RT-PCR Test Certificate for COVID-19 issued by an accredited laboratory and obtained up to 5 days before the arrival to Guinea-Bissau (except children under 5yrs);
  • Submit to a screening for evocative signs and symptoms of COVID-19;
  • Provide health status information and all contact details (address and telephone numbers) at the origin and destination, as well as close relatives, through a form to be completed and signed;
  • Wear a face mask at the point of entry, disinfect hands with soap and water or alcoholic gel before submitting documents to the border authorities and maintain a physical distance of at least one meter from other passengers and airport staff;
  • Passengers with fever or other symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 will undergo a second health screening and, if the situation warrants it, be tested to COVID-19;
  • Passengers mentioned in point 5. must remain confined to their destinations until they receive the results of the test carried out and additional instructions from the health authorities.

Conditions for leaving Guinea-Bissau:

  • All those who intend to travel abroad must be aware of the entry conditions imposed by the country of destination and carry out a RT-PCR test of COVID-19 within the period stipulated by the destination country; 
  • Only tests carried out in laboratory centres accredited for this purpose and from which a negative certificate of COVID-19 was issued will be accepted as valid for the purpose provided for in the previous paragraph.

Following the gradual reopening of air routes, the Guinean government as issued the following measures for any passenger entering or leaving national territory of Guinea.

Passengers disembarking in Conakry

  • The following passengers are allowed entry:
    • Holders of Guinean Passport (expired max 5 years);
    • Guinean identity card holders;
    • Citizens of ECOWAS countries (Economic Community of West African States);
      Benim, Burkina Faso, Cape-Verde, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo
    • Citizens of all countries with visa exemption;
    • Resident card for foreigners Holders;
    • Holders of Long-stay visa (with and without photo);
    • Holders of Entry visa (registration receipt / photo + QR code);
    • Holders Long-stay visa (registration receipt / photo + QR code);
    • Holders of transit visa (registration receipt / photo + QR code);
    • Holders of certificate issued by the D.C.P.A.F. (Central Directorate of the Border Police);
    • Holders of certificate issued by the Special Conakry Airport Police Station;
  • All passenger over 11 years old must present a certificate of a negative PCR test, fo Covid-19, with a validity of 5 days;
  • Will fill in a health declaration form on the plane;
  • Will be subjected to a sanitary control (temperature measurement, symptom assessment) when leaving the airplane;
  • Any passenger showing signs of COVID-19 will be isolated and transferred to the Epidemiological Treatment Center;
  • Guinean citizens repatriated on humanitarian flights who do not have a negative certificate on departure will be subjected to a PCR screening test on arrival and systematically confined pending the result.

All passengers traveling to Morocco must complete this online form prior to the flight.
Printed proof of the filled-out form, duly signed, will need to be presented at control points.


Travel to Morocco is conditioned to the country of origin of the passenger.

List A countries

Passengers can enter Morocco if presenting:

  • A complete vaccination certificate, acceptable two weeks after the second shot for two-shot vaccines or after the single shot for one-shot vaccines
    OR
  • A PCR test with negative result taken at most 48h prior to boarding the flight to morocco

List B Countries

Passengers can only enter Morocco if presenting:

  • Fully vaccinated passengers:
    • A complete vaccination certificate, acceptable two weeks after the second shot for two-shot vaccines or after the single shot for one-shot vaccines
      PLUS
    • A PCR test with negative result taken at most 48h prior to boarding the flight to Morocco.

  • Not fully vaccinated passengers:
    • Passengers that are not nationals (and members of their families: partners, ascendants and descendants) or residents in Morocco:
      • A PCR test with negative result taken at most 48h prior to boarding the flight to Morocco;
      • A payment confirmation of a reservation at a government designated hotel, for the mandatory 10-day quarantine. A PCR test must be performed on the 9th day of the quarantine;
      • A self-declaration accepting the sanitarian measures to enter Morocco (see 29AGO2021 MORROCO self declaration A)

     

    • Nationals (and members of their families: partners, ascendants and descendants) or residents in Morocco:
      • A PCR test with negative result taken at most 48h prior to boarding the flight to Morocco;
      • Self-isolate at home for 5 days and perform a PCR or antigen test on the 5th day;
      • A self-declaration accepting the sanitarian measures to enter Morocco (see 29AGO2021 MORROCO self declaration B)

Notes:

  • Country categorization can be confirmed here.
  • Passengers originating at a B list country that have remained over 10 days an A list country immediately before travelling to Morocco are considered as A list with the applicable rules, instead of the B list rules
  • Passengers originating at an A list country, that transited thru a B list country on they way to Morocco, are considered B list
  • Tests are only accepted in Arabic, French or English
  • Acceptable vaccines:
    • Astrazeneca-SK Bio
    • Sinopharm
    • Sputnik
    • Pfizer/BioNTech
    • Janssen (Johnson&Johnson)
    • Covishield (Serum Institute of India)
    • Moderna
    • Sinovac
  • Test/vaccination certificate requirement is only applicable for passengers older than 11 yrs old regardless of the origin;
  • PCR test certificate must be included in the Health Pass for countries which have this document, only for passengers residing abroad.
    PCR test certificate must be included in the Health Pass for countries which have this document, only for passengers residing abroadPCR test certificate must be included in the Health Pass for countries which have this document, only for passengers residing abroad
Additional documentation 

For Morocco it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

Fill form

Commercial flights to Mozambique have resumed and entry to the country it permitted for those who fulfill the following conditions:

  • Mozambican nationals; or
  • Legal residents in Mozambique; or
  • Holders of an exceptional authorization to enter Mozambique, granted by the Mozambican authorities, pursuant to Article 10 (2) of Decree No. 51/2020 of July 2 of the Republic of Mozambique.
  • Passengers holding entry visa.
  • Passengers traveling Maputo / Lisbon / Maputo the validity of the PCR test is 7 days to travel without the need to submit a new test. This situation is valid for everyone who tests in Mozambique for short trips that require multiple entrances in the country in a short period of time or who take a short trip travel.

According to the Decree of the Council of Ministers of Mozambique no. 69/2020, of August 11, 2020, the following health rules apply to all passengers traveling to Mozambique:

  • Presentation of RT-PCR tests for Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2), with a negative result, carried out in the country of origin in the last 72 hours before departure;
  • Subject to the mandatory home quarantine for the period of 10 consecutive days;
  • Must conduct new RT-PCR test for Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2), with a negative result, at the end of the quarantine period, at their own expense;
    • If the passenger is unable to bear the cost of the test, than he is subject to mandatory home quarantine for 14 consecutive days.

Children up to 5 years of age are exempt from presenting the RT-PCR test.

Find out about all the mandatory sanitary conditions here.

In case of doubt regarding this matter, please contact the Mozambican authorities directly.

Passengers traveling to São Tomé must present a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19, carried out within 72 hours prior to traveling.

Children between 0 and 5 years old are allowed to enter without having an RT-PCR test. For this, they must be accompanied by their parents, or duly authorized person, who themselves must have a negative RT-PCR test, carried out in the 72 hours preceding the trip.

Passengers may present test result in paper or in digital form, as its authenticity will be verified by the authorities on arrival.

If any passenger shows symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 during the flight, or on arrival, and its temperature is equal to or higher than 38 degrees Celsius, they will be screened with a quick test and according to the result obtained, appropriate measures will be taken for the situation.


Passengers departing from São Tomé must present, at check-in, a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19, carried out within 48 hours prior to traveling.

The Republic of Senegal has decreed that, entry into Senegal is only allowed to passengers with Senegalese nationality and foreign residents, provided that proof of residence in Senegal is presented when boarding the flight.

Additionally, and regardless of nationality, there are also the following exceptions where passengers are granted entry to Senegal:

  • Nationals from member countries of the EU (European Union).
  • Nationals from countries belonging to the African Union (WAEMU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
  • Passengers in transit.
  • Diplomats.
  • Passengers traveling for family reasons and duly justified imperatives.
  • Flight crew.
  • Medical personnel.
  • Military personnel.
  • Members of international organizations on a humanitarian mission.
  • Third-country nationals studying in Senegal.

From 00:01 on the 22nd October onwards a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test dating less than five (05) days from the date of the results is required for any passenger embarking to a Senegal airport. The five (05) days validity counts from the date of the results until the beginning of the journey at the point of origin of the passenger. 
The results must be delivered by a laboratory located in the State where the passenger started the journey and appearing on the list of laboratories approved by that State or by a health body international recognised by the competent Health Authorities of the country of origin or departure.

All passengers travelling to Tunisia must::

  • Present to the departure airline, and to the authorities upon arrival a negative RT-PCR test certificate with a QR code taken within the last 72h prior to the check-in at the departure airport (even if vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 infection);
    Exceptions: children under 12yrs
  • Complete a health declaration here and print the documents generated by the application (health form and commitment form) to be presented during boarding, collected by the health control services on arrival;
  • Comply with compulsory confinement for 10 days, at their expenses, in a facility designated by the state (see 27AGO2021 TUNISIA quarantine hotel list). A confirmation and payment voucher must be presented to the airline, or boarding will be denied;
    Exceptions:

    • Passengers presenting a vaccination certificate for COVID19, minors accompanying vaccinated passengers, and Unaccompanied Minors (under 18 years old) can comply with self-confinement in places of residence in Tunisia;
    • Diplomats accredited to Tunisia and members of their families residing in Tunisia, will be subject to self-confinement for 10 days, on condition that they present a verbal note from the embassy or the concerned organization with all the necessary information or their residence cards in Tunisia;
    • Non-resident passengers in Tunisia, arriving on board charter flights or regular flights (in seat blocks) in organized and supervised trips (Inclusive Tour) are exempted from the obligation to
      comply with confinement on arrival in Tunisia, on condition of presenting a reservation and payment confirmation (voucher) of a supervised and organized tourist trip (Inclusive Tour)
      through a tour operator, including tourist transport, accommodation and travel to and from tourist accommodation resorts.

  • Comply with random rapid antigen tests performed on arrival.

 

Additional documentation 

For Tunisia it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

Fill form

North and South America

Traveling of / in transit to:

All passengers traveling to Brasil must complete this online form within the 72 hours prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

Additional documentation 

For Brazil it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

Fill form

All passengers traveling to Canada must complete this online form or do so through the ArriveCAN mobile app in the 48 hours prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.


As of February 1, 2021, the Government of Ontario requires Covid-19 testing upon arrival at Toronto Pearson International Airport (additional to the one already required to board). More information and to register for on-arrival testing, available here.


Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here and we also suggest consulting the following useful links:

Additional documentation 

For Canada it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form or do so through the ArriveCAN mobile app, 48 hours prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival. 

Fill form

Entry requirements and restrictions for entry should be verified here.

For prohibited entrees see here.

Travel planner tool.

All passengers traveling to Mexico must complete this online form prior to the flight.
The proof of the filled-out form will need to be presented at control points.


There are currently no entry restrictions or requirements due to Covid-19 - see here.

Additional documentation 

For Mexico it is mandatory that passengers complete an online form, prior to the flight, proof of which will need to be presented at control points upon arrival.

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