To the Attention of Our Passengers Traveling to Austria, France, Israel and Netherlands!
Below, there are important information and updates are given, which have been implemented by the relevant countries given due to coronavirus. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
As the travel restriction implementations are changeh very often by countries during the pandemia, we advise you to review the travel restrictions before your flight date, applied by countries you are planning to travel to. Please review the travel news page provided by IATA for details. Please check the country-specific entry requirements of the country you are planning to travel to and review the passport, visa and health travel document requirements page.
In line with the decision by the related Austrian authorities; our passengers who travel to Austria are required to wear an FFP2 or higher standard mask, starting 25 January 2021. Children under 14 years can use medical masks. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
In line with the decision by the related authorities; all international flights to and from Israel were suspended until 21 February 2021.
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With the latest update passengers traveling to France must be accepted in accordance with the following information.
PCR testing is mandatory for all passengers aged 11 and over. PCR testing is mandatory after 7 days of quarantine and quarantine upon arrival in France. As a result of the test performed after the quarantine for 7 days, the passenger with a positive test result will be quarantined by the authority.
The specified forms must be filled in completely in aircraft by all passengers traveling to France. After the Public Health Passenger Locator Form is filled in capital letters by the passenger, it must be collected by flight crews and delivered to the station or handling officials at the landing. Other forms will remain with the passenger, they must be kept ready in their passport to present to the relevant staff on arrival.
According to the latest decision taken by the Dutch authorities, starting with 23 January 2021, both a negative Covid-19 test (PCR) and a rapid negative Covid-19 test (PCR or antigen or LAMP) will be required. Rapid test (PCR or antigen or LAMP) must be conducted within 4 hours prior to boarding the aircraft. Passengers arriving at Netherlands without having these 2 test results will not be accepted to the Netherlands.