Before the flight

If you plan to travel this year, check what you need to know about additional procedures before departure.

COVID-19

Passengers traveling to Poland are required to complete the Traveler Location Card online before check-in.All flights are carried out maintaining the highest standards and in accordance with safety procedures created on the basis of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) guidelines.

The procedures establish safety rules on board the aircraft as well as at the airport.

It is the passenger's responsibility to know and comply with specific restrictions or obligations introduced in relation to the current epidemic situation in the countries to which you go.

Please keep abreast of recommendations for travelers on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 


Please change the date of booking in consultation with your travel agency and cancel your current trip if:

  • You have experienced COVID 19 symptoms (body temperature 38°C and above, persistent cough, difficulty in breathing or other flu-like symptoms) in the last 7 days before your planned trip;
  • Someone in your immediate surroundings has had the COVID 19 symptoms described above in the last 14 days;
  • In the last 14 days you have been in close contact with a person infected with COVID 19.

ATTENTION. We would like to remind you that people whose health condition does not allow for safe travel may not be allowed on board by airport health authorities.

 

Ladies and Gentlemen, there is no obligation to wear masks in Poland anymore. However, to take care of your health, that of other passengers and our crews, we encourage you to wear them during the flight.

Invariably:

  • Keeping distance from other passengers, especially when getting on and off the plane;
  • As far as possible, limit displacement on board;
  • When making purchases, cashless transactions are the preferred payment method;
  • The sales offer will include disposable protective masks and antibacterial gel in sachets.

 During whole flight

Apply protection rules during coughing or sneezing.
Cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or wipes - throw the wipe into a closed trash bin, wash your hands using soap and water or disinfect your hands with liquids/gels based on alcohol (min. 60%).

If possible, avoid touching any surfaces, handrails, buttons, door handles, etc. in the airport terminal. 

Keep safe distance.
Keep at least 1.5 meters distance between you and other people.

 

ATTENTION! DUE TO THE FREQUENT CHANGES IN THE REGULATIONS AND RULES OF TRAVEL, PLEASE FOLLOW THE OFFICIAL INFORMATION ON THE GOVERNMENT WEBSITES OF THE COUNTRY YOU PLAN TO TRAVEL.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO POLAND:

Passengers coming to Poland are no longer subject to the border quarantine obligation. The obligation to present a vaccination certificate when crossing the border also disappears. There is also no need to undergo testing or quarantine upon arrival.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO GREECE:

There is no need to show a vaccination certificate when crossing the border, and there is no need to perform tests and quarantine upon arrival.

Before flying to Greece, find out about the current COVID-19 restrictions. Up-to-date information is available at: https://www.gov.pl/web/dyplomacja/grecja.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO SPAIN:

Passengers with the EU COVID Certificate (confirming vaccination / negative test result / passing COVID-19) are not required to fill in the localization form.
All travelers who do not have the EU COVID Certificate and come to Spain are required to complete a sanitation form (available at www.spth.gob.es or via the free SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH application). The form generates a QR code that must be presented before boarding the plane and upon arrival in Spain.

There is no obligation to test for people who have received the full COVID-19 immunization. Vaccination certificates are accepted, according to which 14 to 270 days have elapsed since the completion of the vaccination. After this date, the certificate should contain information about the receipt of the vaccination booster dose.
Certificates must be presented in Spanish, English, French or German.
When traveling to Spain, without a certificate of acceptance of the full COVID-19 vaccination, you must provide one of the following certificates:
1. Certificate of negative result of the test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 - certificates of the result of the test performed with the NAAT technique (e.g. PCR) within 72 hours before arrival to Spain or certificate of the result of the antigen test performed within 24 hours before arrival are accepted to Spain.
2. Certificate of passing COVID-19 - certificates issued at least 11 days after the first positive result of the NAAT test or antigen test (performed in a laboratory) will be accepted; the certificates will expire 180 days after the first positive test result.


There is no obligation to test for passengers who have received the full COVID-19 immunization. Vaccination certificates are accepted, according to which 14 to 270 days have elapsed since the completion of the vaccination. After this date, the certificate should contain information about the receipt of the vaccination booster dose.


Children under 12 years of age do not need to present a certificate of vaccination, negative test result or COVID-19. They are also not required to fill out a sanitary form.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO PORTUGAL (AUTONOMUS REGION OF MADEIRA):

Before traveling to Madeira, you must complete the MadeiraSafe questionnaire separately for each passenger over 11 years of age. Passengers under 11 years of age are entered in the parent / guardian's questionnaire. After completing the questionnaire, the passenger receives an email containing access data to the  https://madeirasafe.com platform. After logging in, the passenger will receive a QR code that must be presented to immigration services upon arrival in Madeira.


If you have any questions about your travel to Madeira in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact your local health services at the following telephone numbers:
(+351) 291 208 738
(+351) 291 208 700
(+351) 91 149 490
(+351) 969 320 327
(+351) 969 320 235
Travel information prepared by the Madeira government

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO PORTUGAL (MAINLAND):

Passengers must provide one of the following:
• Certificate confirming the acceptance of 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccine accepted for use in the European Union (2 doses for Johnson vaccine) or
• Certificate confirming the acceptance of 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine accepted for use in the territory of the European Union (1 dose for Johnson vaccine) within 14 - 270 days before entering the territory of Portugal, or
• Negative result of the antigen test performed in laboratory conditions not earlier than 24 hours. before boarding a flight to Portugal or
• Negative result of the test performed with the NAAT technique not earlier than 72 hours. before boarding a flight to Portugal or
• A certificate confirming the passage of SARS-CoV-2 in the period of 11 - 180 days before entering the territory of Portugal or
• Valid certificate of vaccine acceptance or recovery from one of the following countries and territories: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Benin, Montenegro, Georgia, Guernsey, Iceland, Israel, Jersey, Jordan, Lebanon, Lichtenstein, Morocco, Moldova, Monaco, Norway , New Zealand, Panama, North Macedonia, Cape Verde, El Salvador, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, Thailand, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Isle of Man, Faroe Islands or United Arab Emirates.

This does not apply to passengers aged under 12 years old.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO CYPRUS:

 

Passengers 18 years of age and older are considered fully vaccinated when 270 days (9 months) have not elapsed since the second dose of the two-dose vaccine or the first dose of the single-dose vaccine, or if they have received a booster dose. A person under 18 years of age is considered vaccinated if he or she has received two doses of the vaccine (or one in the case of a single dose vaccine).
A person who has passed not less than 7 and not more than 180 days from the positive test result is considered a convalescent.
Vaccinated or convicted persons must present an EU digital COVID certificate or an equivalent vaccination or disease certificate from countries that have joined the EU digital COVID certification scheme (EUDCC) or a valid vaccination certificate issued by the competent authorities of another third country.
If they do not meet the above conditions, they are not considered vaccinated.
Unvaccinated people must perform a PCR test no earlier than 72 hours or an antigen test no earlier than 24 hours before departure.
Children under 12 are exempt from compulsory tests. For older children, the same rules as for adults.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO TUNISIA:

Passenger who presents a certificate confirming full vaccination or a covid passport issued by the sanitary authorities of the country of residence is considered to be vaccinated.
There are no specific regulations for convalescents.
Passengers over 18 years of age who are not vaccinated or have incomplete vaccination must submit a negative RT-PCR test no earlier than 48 hours before departure, or an antigen test no earlier than 24 hours before departure.


Children up to 18 years of age are exempt from tests and the obligation to present a vaccination certificate.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO EGYPT:

The Egyptian authorities did not specify what form the document confirming receipt of vaccination against COVID-19 should be. In practice, certificates of full vaccination with a QR code, performed 14 days before the planned border crossing, are recognized. The certificate should be presented in a printed form.
To be eligible for a travel waiver, the last vaccination dose must be given at least 14 days prior to arrival.
Vaccinated passengers are exempt from PCR or antigen testing prior to their arrival in Egypt. To confirm that you are vaccinated, it is enough to present the printed EU COVID Certificate.
A passengers to Egypt must prove a negative PCR or antigen test for COVID-19 translated into English or Arabic.
PCR testing should be performed no earlier than 72 hours before the scheduled departure time of the aircraft flying directly to Egypt.
Passengers traveling to Hurghada, Marsa Alam, Sharm El Sheikh or Taba, who do not have the appropriate certificate confirming a negative coronavirus test result, can perform a PCR test at an Egyptian airport for a fee.


Before traveling, you must register via the website: https://www.visitegypt.gov.eg/

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO TURKEY:

In Turkey, all vaccines certified in the European Union (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca and Johnson & Johnson) and additionally Sinovac are recognized. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the last injection. A vaccinated passenger is defined as anyone who has taken at least two doses of the above-mentioned vaccines or one in the case of Johsnosn & Johnson.
The vaccination certificates / covid passports at the border should be in English or Turkish.
The Turkish side does not use the certificate's expiry date as a condition for entry into Turkey.
To be eligible for a travel waiver, the last vaccination dose must be given at least 14 days prior to arrival.
Unvaccinated passengers are required to present a negative PCR test result up to 72 hours prior to arrival. In addition to PCR tests, RNA and nucleic acid tests performed 48 hours before entry are also accepted.
Passengers who present a document issued by the relevant state authorities stating that they have had COVID-19 in the last 6 months from the 28th day of the first positive PCR test result will also be exempt from the obligation to submit a negative PCR or antigen test result and from the obligation to quarantines.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO THE CAPE VERDE ISLANDS:

The vaccinated passenger is a person with a full cycle of vaccinations approved in the European Union. The paper and electronic form of the COVID certificate is accepted.
Testing is not compulsory for passengers who have a valid certificate of complete vaccination.
Passengers who are not fully vaccinated are treated as unvaccinated.


5 days before the planned trip, complete the localization form available at: https://www.ease.gov.cv/. In case of problems with filling it, please contact us by e-mail at ease-support@cv.zetes.com
Additionally, before departure, you must complete the health form HERE.


All unvaccinated travelers are required to be tested for Covid-19 prior to departure. Both PCR tests (not older than 72 hours) and antigen tests (not older than 48 hours) are acceptable.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO BULGARIA:

There is no obligation to present any COVID documents at the border.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO ALBANIA:

There is no obligation to present any COVID documents at the border.

  

Additionally, please review below leaflets before the flight:

  • COVID-19 - Safety Rules - download HERE.
  • How to wash hands effectively? - download HERE.

If you suspect you have COVID 19 symptoms – get medical help by using phone.


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