Due to the evolution of the pandemic situation, national and international, mobility, may be subject to the limitations imposed by local governments. It is therefore advisable to check the latest regulations before planning your trip. The violation of the regulations for Covid-19 may result in refusal to board a flight or you can be denied entry into your country of destination by the local authorities.
Following the publication of the ordinance of the Ministry of Health of 28 april 2022, from 1 May 2022 travel on domestic flights on the Italian territory will not require a Green Pass (Covid-19 Green Certification).
Until 15 June 2022 it is still mandatory to wear FFP2/KN95/N95 face masks on board all flights. Children under the age of six are exempted from the obligation to wear FFP2 masks, as well as customers suffering from certified diseases or disabilities that make the use of face masks incompatible. The latter mentioned customers will have to provide a medical certification / Medif form that declares the exemption from the use of the mask.
FOR THOSE COMING TO ITALY FROM OTHER COUNTRIES
If you are flying to Italy from other countries, we recommend that you check the sites
where you will find all the provisions on the containment of Covid-19 in Italy.
FOR THOSE FLYING FROM ITALY TO OTHER COUNTRIES
The reference website for passengers who fly from Italy to other countries is IATA - International Travel Document News (iatatravelcentre.com) where individual states' regulations regarding the containment of Covid-19 are published.
Each foreign country has specific documents to be produced (Green Pass, compilation of the dPLF, etc.), in case of incomplete documentation you will be denied boarding.
Regarding international flights, the Company has the obligation to verify the dates of the vaccine administration, which is not verifiable by QR Code but by the certificate. We therefore recommend printing it in case of absence of internet connection.