Travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been largely lifted, but some countries require passengers to complete additional documents such as a Health Declaration Form and a Passenger Locator Form prior to the flight. Note! Failure to complete the required forms and other documents will result in the passenger not being allowed on board the airport or being turned back at the arrival airport by local services.
List of European countries that require passengers to complete additional documents
Filling out the forms is mandatory for all travelers, not only the person who made a booking. Example: if you book tickets for 5 people, then each passenger who will travel with you must complete the required documents.
Remember that in some cases these documents must be completed no later than 72 hours before the scheduled departure. Therefore, we recommend that you read the travel rules first. Check if the authorities of the country you are traveling to require completing appropriate documents and forms.
Note! All the fields in the forms provided in the table below must be filled in.
|Country||Required documents||Download forms and documents|
|Belgium||Citizens of countries outside the European Union and the Schengen Zone are obliged to complete and print out the form, which should be presented at the arrival airport (in this case a 14-day quarantine is mandatory).||Public Health Passenger Locator Form|
|Croatia||It is recommended to fill out and print a form before setting off on a journey.||Enter Croatia|
|Cyprus||It is required to complete necessary documents within 24 hours before the scheduled departure at the latest to obtain a Cyprus Flight Pass.||Cyprus Flight Pass|
|France||It is required to complete and print out a travel motivations declaration, which must be presented at the border.||Travel motivations declaration (plik DOCX do pobrania)|
|Greece||It is required to fill out a PLF 24 hours before the scheduled departure at the latest and download a QR code to be presented at the airport.||Passenger Locator Form (PLF)|
|Iceland||It is required to fill out a form before departure (but not earlier than 48 hours before). Passengers must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival or undergo screening at the arrival airport.||Preregistration for visiting Iceland|
|Ireland||It is required to fill out a PLF before departure to be presented at the airport. Passengers must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.||Passenger Locator Form (PLF)|
|Italy||No additional documents required. Only the Sardinian authorities require that the form be completed 48 hours before departure at the latest.||Sardegna Sicura|
|Malta||It is recommended to fill out in English and print Public Health Travel Declaration and Passenger Locator forms before setting off on a journey.||Public Health Travel Declaration and Passenger Locator Forms|
|Portugal||It is required to fill out and print forms and then bringing them to the airport.||Disembarkment information|
|Spain||It is required to fill out a form 48 hours before the scheduled departure at the latest and download a QR code to be presented at the airport.||Spain Travel Health|
|United Kingdom||As of July 10, 2020, quarantine for citizens of some EU countries will be lifted. It is required to fill out a PLF before departure (but not earlier than 48 hours before), which should be presented at the airport (allowed both in paper format or on a mobile device).||Public Health Passenger Locator Form|
European countries that are not included on the list above do not require completing documents or they allow to complete formalities at the arrival airport.
Before embarking on a journey, remember to carefully check all current information published by the authorities of the country you are traveling to, complete all required documents, and follow the recommendations. Note! The recommendations and requirements set by authorities are changing dynamically.