We invite you to consult this dedicated page containing useful information about the borders re-opening and new mandatory health requirements (where applicable) by destination which is regularly updated with the latest information. Please also do not forget to check the requirements for leaving or re-entering your own country.

Please note that the aim of this section is to help our passengers customers, but the information provided doesn't replace the official information provided by the relevant governments and authorities.

For other countries not covered in this article or for further information you can check the dedicated official EU website: https://reopen.europa.eu

Albania

  • Borders re-opened on the 22/06/20.
  • Albanians citizens can travel to Italy from 01/07/20.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory.

Algeria

  • To date there are no official information from the Algerian authorities on the date of the effective re-opening of the borders.

Balearic Islands

New measures have been introduced for your arrival on the Balearic Islands if you arrive on an international crossing:

  • Temperature-taking.
  • A mandatory health questionnaire must be completed for each passenger over the age of 6. The questionnaire must be downloaded and printed out prior to travel and handed to personnel upon boarding .
    In the absence of said questionnaire, admittance to the islands will be refused and passengers will not be allowed to disembark.
  • Passengers presenting a temperature in excess of 37.5° celsius will undergo further examination by the Covid unit (temperature control, evaluation of their physical condition and an in-depth interview).

Belgium

  • Borders re-opened since 15/06/20.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory.

Denmark

  • Borders to re-open 27/06/20 (excluding Sweden, UK, Ireland, Portugal and Romania).

Finland

  • Borders to re-open on 13/07/20 for leisure travelers from a growing number of European countries: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Malta, the Netherlands, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland and the Vatican. There is no border control for travelers from these countries and they do not need to self-isolate on arrival in Finland.
  • Leisure travel to Finland has already been possible from Denmark, Iceland, Norway and the Baltic countries.
  • Essential, work-related and return travel is possible from all Schengen and EU countries as well as the UK. Except for those countries named above, self-isolation for 14 days upon arrival is recommended.
  • As of 13/07/20 work-related and essential travel as well as return traffic is possible from Algeria, Australia, China, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Self-isolation is not required for travelers from these countries.
  • The Finnish Government bases its decisions on easing border control and restrictions on the incidence of COVID-19 in the country. The limit value is a maximum of eight new cases of the disease per 100,000 persons in the previous 14 days. The next alleviation to border control and restrictions will come into effect on 27/06/20.

France (including Corsica)

  • Borders re-opened since 15/06/20.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory from your arrival at the port.

Germany

  • Borders re-opened since 15/06/20.

Greece

  • Domestic ferry travel to and from Greek islands is permitted.
  • Italy-Greece routes should resume on 01/07/20.
  • From 01/07/20 All travellers to Greece regardless of nationality, must submit, within 24 hours latest before their arrival, the electronic form Passenger Locator Form (PLF) which is available at https://travel.gov.gr
  • Kindly note that it is mandatory to show a printed or electronic copy of the PLF form to staff of the General Secretariat for Civil Protection and the National Agency for Public Health (EODY) in charge of medical examinations.
  • Boarding will not be possible for passengers who have failed to submit said PLF through the application before check-in.
  • In addition to the above, all passengers travelling to and from Greece must fill in the attached “Pre-boarding health declaration questionnaire and hand it over upon embarkation to the vessel's Chief Purser along with their ticket.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory.

Ireland

  • Mandatory quarantine in force from 08/06/20 to 29/06/20 at the earliest.
  • Mandatory online form to fill-in before travel for entering or returning in Ireland.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory.

Italy

  • Borders re-opened since 03/06/20*
  • *For Sardinia all passengers from the continent to Sardinia must register before travel using the Sardinia region official form . Each passenger must present the registration form or receipt, together with the boarding pass and a valid identity document at the port.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory from your arrival at the port.
  • Entry into Italy is forbidden to everyone who has stayed or only transited in Montenegro, Serbia or Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last 14 days. This ordinance also covers transit through Neum. Customers wishing to arrive to Italy by ferry from Dubrovnik to Bari or from Split to Ancona must avoid passing through Bosnia and Herzegovina (Neum). Before the border, in Ploce, passengers need ot take the ferry line Ploce – Trpanj and then continue to Dubrovnik, or vice versa from Trpanj take the Trpanj – Ploce ferry and then continue to Split. The Ploce – Trpanj and Trpanj – Ploce ferry timetable is available at the following link.

Jersey

  • Passengers travelling from the UK will be able to take part in Covid-19 testing on arrival in Jersey. The results will be available in 12-72 hours, during which time arriving passengers will not be required to quarantine but will be asked to limit their contact with other people where possible.
  • If a passenger opts out of testing, they will be required to quarantine for 14 days.
  • Travellers returning to the UK from Jersey will not be required to quarantine.

Morocco

  • Borders re-opening on 15/07/20 only for Moroccan citizens and foreign residents in the Kingdom of Morocco, as well as their families.
  • For further information please check here the communicate from the Kingdom of Morocco about the latest travel documents and requirements for passengers.
  • Passengers will be required to present, before boarding, a Covid-19 PCR test less than 48 hours old, as well as a serological test.
  • Children under 11 years of age are exempt from Covid-19 PCR testing.
  • Ferry boats will be scheduled for this purpose exclusively from the ports of Sète (in France) and Genoa (in Italy), to the exclusion of any other port, and that passengers on these ferries will be required to provide a Covid-19 PCR test of less than 48 hours and to comply with the strict hygiene measures recommended.
  • For passengers who intend to come to Morocco by car, via the ports of Sète (France) and Genoa (Italy), and whose test validity is less than the road travel time, an additional Covid-19 PCR test will be carried out on board the ferry.
  • Moroccans residing abroad as well as foreigners residing in Morocco will be able to leave the Kingdom, at the end of their stay, by the same sea means.
  • Requirements for departure from Morocco to France: It is necessary to present at check-in with the negative Covid-19 PCR (buffer) test report 72 hours before boarding. ATTENTION: As communicated by the Authorities, boarding will be denied to those arriving at the port without a negative Covid-19 PCR test (negative) carried out within 72 hours before departure. In case of non-compliance with this requirement, DO NOT present yourself at the port.
  • Requirements for departure from Morocco to Italy: since 1 July, entries into Italy from countries other than the European Union are allowed with the obligation of fiduciary isolation. (Fiduciary isolation consists of a period of 14 days spent at home). Passengers are required to fill in the form (click here to download) and hand it to the transport company at check-in. Passengers without their own means of transport are not allowed to arrive, so boarding will be denied to those who have declared the use of public transport in the self-certification.
  • For further information please contact: Customer Service (+212.537. 66.33.00), the crisis cell (+212.666.89.11.05, +212.662.01.34.36, +212.537.67.6218), within the Foreign Affairs Ministery and Morocco Residents living abroad. Embassies, Consulates of the Kingdom of Morocco and Royal Air Maroc offices are available to help.

Netherlands

  • Borders re-opened since 15/06/20.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory from your arrival at the port.

Norway

  • Borders only opened to Denmark, Sweden and Norway residents who have a valid reason for entering Norway. Restriction temporarily in place until 14/07/2020.
  • For other nationalities, a 10 days quarantine is in force.
  • On the 10/07/20 the government has announced which travellers nationalities from other European countries with acceptable levels of infection are excepted from the rules on quarantine on entry to Norway from the 15/07/20 including UK, Germany, Netherlands, France, Poland, Italy, Spain and many other European countries. Official list of countries and regulations here: https://www.fhi.no/en/op/novel-coronavirus-facts-advice/facts-and-general-advice/travel-advice-COVID19/

Sardinia

  • For Sardinia all passengers from the continent to Sardinia must register before travel using the Sardinia region official form .
  • Each passenger must present the registration form or receipt, together with the boarding pass and a valid identity document at the port.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory from your arrival at the port.

Spain (including Balearics and Canary Islands)

  • Borders re-opening 21/06/20*
  • *Except border with Portugal.
  • All customers must fill-in online before starting their trip the mandatory FCS health control Form . Once the form is completed, the passenger will get the Health QR Code , which must be presented upon arrival in Spain at the health control to be able to continue their trip.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory.
  • Balearic Islands: measures have been introduced for your arrival on the Balearic Islands :
    - Temperature-taking.
    - A mandatory health questionnaire must be completed for each passenger over the age of 6. The questionnaire must be downloaded and printed out prior to travel and handed to personnel upon boarding .
    In the absence of said questionnaire, admittance to the islands will be refused and passengers will not be allowed to disembark.
    Passengers presenting a temperature in excess of 37.5° celsius will undergo further examination by the Covid unit (temperature control, evaluation of their physical condition and an in-depth interview).

Tunisia

  • Borders have re-opened on the 27/06/20 for entrance in Tunisia.
  • EU Schengen borders have re-opened on the 01/07/20 for leaving Tunisia.
  • Since 27/06/20, travel is subject to restrictions imposed by the Tunisian Government, according to the latest provisions of the Health Ministry, three groups of countries have been identified:
  • GREEN (including France, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain and Germany): no restrictions on travel
  • ORANGE : required negative Covid-19 PCR test 72 hours before ship departure + quarantine 14 days at home (hotel if tourists). Possibility to exit quarantine after 6 days if negative PCR test submitted
  • RED : tourists not allowed (only Tunisians resident in these countries), required Covid-19 negative PCR test 72 hours before departure ship + quarantine 7 days in dedicated facility at the passenger’s expense + 7 days additional quarantine at home.

List of countries by group

  • Entry at the port and boarding will be denied to relevant passengers who do not have this negative PCR test within the time required by the Tunisian state.
  • From Marseille to Tunisia, 2 mandatory forms to fill-in before checking-in: health form and Commitment form for compliance with sanitary measures
  • Each passenger will be subjected to a temperature measurement before boarding at the port.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory.

UK

  • Mandatory online form to fill-in 48 hours before your arrival in the UK.
  • Government's list countries with lower risk exempt from the UK quarantine from the 10/07/20. This list include France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Italy and Spain.
  • Update 25/07/20: Mandatory 14 days UK quarantine when entering or returning from Spain to the UK from the 25/07/20.
  • Update 06/08/20: Mandatory 14 days UK quarantine when entering or returning from Belgium to the UK from the 07/08/20.
  • Wearing a mask/face covering is mandatory from your arrival at the port.

More destinations to be added in due time, please check regularly.

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