Current flight information
For your travel to the US, updated Covid 19 test requirements will apply from 6 December 2021 (date of entry into the USA). All travelers must present a negative Covid 19 test (PCR test or antigen test) that is not older than one day at the start of their travel (including feeder flights to Frankfurt or Munich). Children under two years of age are exempt from the testing requirement. The rules for the vaccination status of passengers do not change and can be found on our travel regulations page.
Due to the high volume of calls to our Service Centres, we kindly ask you not to contact them about travel regulations for the USA. You will find all the already published information in our FAQ, which we are constantly updating: FAQ Entry to the USA | Lufthansa
Lufthansa will operate all flights between South Africa and Germany as planned. This also applies after the classification as a virus variant area. Lufthansa will of course implement the corresponding official requirements.
Passengers are asked to enter their contact details in the booking so that Lufthansa can contact them in the event of a change at short notice. In addition, it is important that all passengers inform themselves about the entry requirements before travelling and have the necessary travel and health documents ready. In the destination country, local quarantine regulations must be observed after the arrival of the journey. Passengers can find information on Lufthansa's entry regulation pages or in the chapter Current Flight Information.
Generally, passengers must show a proof of vaccination or of immunity or a negative Covid 19 test at the time of departure. This applies:
- on flights within and from Germany for all passengers aged six and over
- on entry to Germany from abroad for all passengers aged 12 and over
- for internationally arriving transit passengers from 12 years of age with an onward flight in Frankfurt and Munich
Certificates are accepted in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish, self-tests are not valid.
- Proof of vaccination: Valid is an analogue or digital proof of a vaccination series completed more than 14 days ago of a vaccine approved by the Paul Ehrlich Institute (= vaccines approved in the EU)
- Proof of immunity: The proof of recovery (digital or analogue) must be a PCR/LAMP/TMA test proof that is at least 28 days and maximum six months old
- Test certificates: Antigen, PCR, LAMP and TMA tests conducted at certified testing sites are valid. A PCR, LAMP and TMA test may be carried out at the earliest 72 hours* (48 hours** for flights ex Germany), Antigen tests at the earliest 48 hours*. (24 hours** for flights ex Germany)
Please additionally observe the local entry regulations of your destination country or the extended rules if you are entering Germany from a high-risk or virus-variant area.
In addition, face masks with the standard FFP2, FFP3, KN95, N95 or surgical masks, each without a valve and not made of fabric, are mandatory on all Lufthansa flights.
* referring to the planned arrival time in Germany
** referring to the planned departure time in Germany
Please note the following classification - made by the Robert Koch Institute:
Corona High risk areas:
Albania, Austria, Armenia, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Burundi, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Ethiopia, Dominica, Georgia, Greece, Guyana, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Haiti, Hungary, Iran, Ireland, Jordan (as of 05.12.2021), Laos, Latvia, Libya, Liechtenstein (as of 05.12.2021), Lithuania, Malaysia, Mauritius (as of 05.12.2021), Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Northern Macedonia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland (as of 05.12.2021), Republic of Congo, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Seychelles, St Vincent and the Grenadines (as of 04.12.2021), Slovakia, Slovenia, Sudan, Switzerland (as of 05.12.2021), Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania (incl. Zanzibar), Thailand (until incl. 04.12.2021), Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan (until incl. 04.12.2021), Vietnam, People's Republic of Korea, Venezuela, Yemen
Corona Virus variant areas:
Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Transportation rules on flights from high-risk and virus-variant areas:
Lufthansa is currently only allowed to carry the following booked passengers on departures (or travel commencements) from the countries of the High risk areas
- All passengers aged 12 years or older with final destination in Germany must present a negative test result (PCR, antigen, RT-LAMP or TMA) at the time of departure. The test must not have been carried out more than 72 hours before the planned arrival time in Germany (antigen test only 48 hours). An online registration on the website http://www.einreiseanmeldung.de is also required. Alternatively, it is also possible to present proof of immunity (digital or analogue PCR/LAMP/TMA test proof that is at least 28 days and no more than six months old) or proof of vaccination (analogue or digital proof of a vaccination series completed more than 14 days ago of a vaccine that has been approved by the German Paul Ehrlich Institute).
- All passengers with a connecting flight to a destination outside Germany must observe the entry regulations of the corresponding destination country
- All guests with final destination in Germany must follow the local German quarantine regulations. Information about this can be found on the pages of the German Federal Ministry of Health
Lufthansa is currently only allowed to carry the following booked passengers on departures (or travel commencements) from the countries of the Virus variant areas:
- Passengers with German nationality or passengers with a valid residence permit in Germany (upon presentation of a German registration certificate). These passengers (aged 12 years and older) must present a negative PCR test result at the time of departure. The test must not have been carried out more than 72 hours before the planned arrival time in Germany. An online registration on the website http://www.einreiseanmeldung.de is also required. (also valid for passenger with a German nationality with a connecting flight). Tests other than a PCR test will not be accepted on /after 30.11.2021
- Passengers of other nationalities, but only if they have a connecting flight to a destination outside Germany and do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich. Also in this case, a negative PCR test must be carried out no longer than 72 hours before the scheduled time of arrival in the transit area in Germany. Tests other than a PCR test will not be accepted on / from 30.11.2021 onwards
- All guests with final destination in Germany must follow the local German quarantine regulations. Information about this can be found on the pages of the German Federal Ministry of Health Arrivals from the above-mentioned virus variant countries are currently subject to a 14-day quarantine obligation in Germany, which cannot be terminated prematurely.
- All passengers with a connecting flight to a destination outside Germany must observe the entry and quarantine regulations of the relevant destination country in addition to the above obligations. Please also note here that there may be restrictions on the carriage of passengers who are not travelling back to their home country. Please use our Regulation page on Lufthansa.com.y
For more information on the designation of international risk areas, click here
Due to a new announcement by the Israeli authorities, only Israeli citizens and holders of an Israeli residence card are currently allowed to enter Israel. In addition, there are certain special permits and specific visa types for others travelers, which must be issued before the start of the journey:
a) Holders of visas A1-A5 who meet the following conditions:
a. Arrival in Israel from countries that are not at maximum risk (red).
b. Fill out an incoming passenger form and receive green status
b) Holders of visas in B1, B3 and B4 who meet the following conditions:
a. Arrival in Israel from countries that are not at maximum risk (red).
b. Holding a visa for many entries or an inter-visa.
c. Fill out an incoming passenger form and receive green status.
c) Diplomatic passports are exempt from presenting green status but must fill out an incoming passenger form.
Any special permits are only issued by the Israeli authorities, which travelers must contact in this case.
Guests who do not meet any of the above requirements are requested to contact Lufthansa to make new travel arrangements.
Guests who are allowed to travel are requested to observe the following points:
1. Travelers of all ages, including travelers who are vaccinated against COVID, must show a negative COVID PCR test, taken within 72 hours before departure. The certificate must include the ID number or the passport number of the passenger. –
2. All travelers must complete an online registration within 48 hours before departure. Detailed information can be found at: www.lufthansa.travel-regulations.com
For the time being, the new provisions apply up to and including December 13.DEC 2021.
Due to a short-term change in entry regulations by the Japanese authorities, only Japanese citizens and holders of a Japanese residence card are currently allowed to enter Japan.
All other guests are requested to contact Lufthansa in order to adjust travel arrangements.
Passengers who are allowed to enter Japan, please note the following:
- All passengers over 6 years of age require a negative COVID-19 test, issued within 72 hours prior to departure.
- All passengers are required to complete the electronic "Quarantine Questionnaire" form.
For further information, please visit www.lufthansa.travel-regulations.com/
Currently, fraudulent fake pages with purported Lufthansa contacts can be found on the Internet using the standard search engines. These aim to access the (personal) details of our customers. Please only use channels listed on lufthansa.com for making contact, and enter your details only on lufthansa.com. Always access the website manually by typing in your browser’s address bar, and do not follow any link that has not been made available by Lufthansa.
We are currently experiencing a high number of customer contacts in our Lufthansa Service Centers, which may lead to longer waiting times. We apologise for the resulting longer waiting times. Our staff will do everything possible to process your requests as quickly as possible. If you have any questions about the entry requirements at your destination, please first consult the travel regulations on our website.
Please note that passengers on a flight from the United Kingdom to Frankfurt or Munich who have an international connecting flight now require a transit visa for Germany in some cases - even if they do not leave the airport in Germany and are only in the transit area. Lufthansa therefore asks all passengers to inform themselves in detail about the regulations before departure.
You can find the latest information about rebooking options here:
If you plan to contact one of our ticket and service counters at our stations in Frankfurt or Munich in person, please note the following points:
- ticket refunds cannot be processed at our airport stations
- at the moment only guests can be served at these airport, with a departure within the next 48 hours
Longer waiting times can also occur at airport counters at present. Our staff will attend to you as soon as possible.
Lufthansa current flight schedule
Please find below information about flights to and from India.
Latest travel regulations for Arrival in India can be found here
For your travel to India , please note the mandatory requirements below :
According to the revised guidelines effective 28th November 2021, all passengers on arrival in India will have to undergo a RT PCR test (self-paid). The passengers will be required to wait for their test results at the arrival airport before leaving or taking a connecting flight.
We recommend you to download the “AAROGYA SETU” app on your mobile device prior to departure. Additionally, passengers travelling to Bengaluru should download “AAROGYA SETU” app and “APTHAMITRA” app on their mobile device prior to departure
Please note that all information is regularly updated and prepared with the greatest possible care to the best of Lufthansa’s knowledge at the time of publication. Due to the fast evolving nature of the countries’ responses to the COVID-19 outbreak, we cannot guarantee any accuracy and can assume no liability for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Lufthansa reserves the right to change information at any time. Lufthansa offers links to third party websites only as a courtesy and accepts no responsibility for third-party information.
Tickets can be bought on www.lufthansa.com or via your Travel Agent. For any queries regarding these flights, please contact your local Customer Support.
Bookings should be updated with valid email IDs and mobile numbers of the passengers. Kindly refrain from inserting only the travel agency’s email ID.
Lufthansa flights until 31 December 2021 are available for booking to India as per the Air Travel Bubble arrangement between Germany and India.
Flight schedule from 1 December - 31 December 2021
|From-to / Flight No.||Dep / Arr||Days of Departure|
|Frankfurt-Delhi / LH760||13:15 / 01:30+1||Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat|
|Frankfurt-Mumbai / LH756||12:10 / 01:00+1||Wed, Fri, Sun|
|Frankfurt-Bengaluru / LH754||12:50 / 01:55+1||Tue, Fri|
2. Air Travel Bubble eligibility criteria:
A. All Diplomats travelling between India and anywhere on the Lufthansa Group Network
B. Any Indian national holding a valid visa and all Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding passport issued by any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa only and originating from any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa.
C. Foreigners holding valid visa (not OCI) issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020 as amended from time to time
D. All Seamen traveling from the EU/Schengen Area, South America and Africa into India
Passengers are requested to recheck travel eligibility based on the above and accordingly purchase tickets at their own responsibility.
All electronic visas issued by the Indian Government prior to April 2020 stand revoked.
3. Mouth-nose-mask Mandatory Requirements:
Effective 01 February 2021, passengers on all Lufthansa Group airlines will be required to wear a medical protective mask on their flights to and from Germany. Passengers will be required to wear either a surgical mask or an FFP2 mask or mask with the KN95/N95 standard during boarding, the flight and when leaving the aircraft. From the said date, everyday masks will not be permitted.
· Visors (face shields), FFP2 masks with a valve or scarves are not permitted on board
· On long-haul flights, we recommend that passengers bring several masks with them so that they can be replaced if necessary (once they get damp)
· Children under the age of six do not need to wear a face mask (Note: Depending on country-specific requirements, different rules may apply)
For the various health and safety measures to be followed onboard, click here
4. Passengers are personally responsible to comply with the regulations and must also check transit Germany regulations, where applicable. For latest information on Entry/Exit rules for Europe, please click here
5. At the time of boarding the flight, passengers will have to undergo thermal screening as per health protocol. Only asymptomatic travelers would be allowed to board the flight.
Attention: All information is regularly updated and prepared with the greatest possible care to the best of Lufthansa’s knowledge at the time of publication. Due to the fast evolving nature of the countries’ responses to the COVID-19 outbreak, we cannot guarantee any accuracy and can assume no liability for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Lufthansa reserves the right to change information at any time.
Lufthansa offers links to third party websites only as a courtesy and accepts no responsibility for third-party information.
You will find additional information on the website of the IATA.
Lufthansa flights until 31 December 2021 are available for booking from India as per the Air Travel Bubble arrangement between Germany and India. Please check flight availability on Lufthansa.com or with any travel agent of your choice.
Flight schedule from 1 December - 31 December 2021
|From-to / Flight No.||Dep / Arr||Days of Departure|
|Delhi-Frankfurt / LH761||03:35 / 07:45||Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun|
|Mumbai-Frankfurt / LH757||02:55 / 07:50||Mon, Thu, Sat|
|Bengaluru-Frankfurt / LH755||03:35 / 09:00||Mon, Fri|
1. Relaxations of German regulations for travel on Lufthansa from India effective 07 July 2021 applicable to all passengers traveling from India to Germany and beyond
TOURISM IS NOW PERMITTED TO GERMANY
The vaccination certificate must have the passport number of the traveler. This can be done through the Cowin app as well.
Residents of Non-EU countries are only permitted to enter Germany if they serve in an important role or if they have an urgent need to travel or if they are fully vaccinated
No restrictions for travel to Germany for the below mentioned categories:
a) German citizens or members of their immediate family (spouses, children under 18, parents of children under 18).
b) EU citizens and citizens of Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland and the members of their immediate family (spouses, children under 18, parents of chil-dren under 18)
c) Citizens of non-EU countries who have a current long-term residence permit from an EU or Schengen country and their immediate family members, as long as they comply with passport and visa regulations.
d) First-time entry by citizens of non-EU countries, however, is only permitted if they prove that one of the above-mentioned exceptions to the entry restrictions applies to them, that is, if they are residents of a country who are allowed unrestricted entry into Germany, or if they are fully vaccinated or if there is an urgent need for the entry
4. Are apprentices, students, school pupils, au pairs, volunteers, trainees and participants in language courses and vocational training measures from outside of the european union allowed to enter Germany?
6. Rules applicable for fully vaccinated people
For fully vaccinated people, entry from third countries (except China) will generally be permitted. The traveler must have received the last vaccination dose at least 14 days before the date of travel. The vaccine received must be among those listed on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute (Covishield is accepted).
The EU Digital COVID Certificate or comparable proof of vaccination in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish must be presented upon entry. Please note the following regarding this certificate :
- The vaccination certificate must have the passport number/date of birth of the traveler. This can be done through the Cowin app as well .
- Alternatively, the WHO vaccination booklet with details of the vaccination is also a widely accepted vaccination proof. The WHO booklet must have the vaccination details and Date of Birth entered by a genuine medical doctor.
- It must be in digital (e.g. EU Digital COVID Certificate) or paper form (e.g. WHO vaccination booklet) in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish
- The vaccine used must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (Covishield is accepted)
- A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the final vaccine dose.
- Travelers who recovered from Covid-19 need to prove receiving of one dose of vaccine
- Digital Document Check: We invite you to upload the necessary Covid-19 related travel documents up to 12 hours before departure for verification by our Health Entry Support Center. In this way, you will receive information at an early stage as to whether your travel documents are valid for entry or whether there is need for action. This step is not mandatory, but it helps to reduce the waiting time at all check points.
Entry when accompanied by children: Children under the age of 12 years can travel along with their fully vaccinated parents, however Covid negative report is mandatory for children. No quarantine required.
7. Accepted forms of proof
a) Proof of a negative test result:
A negative test result obtained using nucleic acid amplification technology (e.g. PCR, PoC- PCR) in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish. The test must have been carried out no more than 72 hours prior to entry (time of swabbing).
Alternatively, a negative antigen rapid test result in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish. Following a stay in a risk area or high incidence area, the test must have been carried out no more than 48 hours prior to entry. Details on the recognition of tests are provided on the website of the Robert Koch Institute.
b) Proof of vaccination:
Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish in digital or paper form (e.g. WHO vaccination booklet). The vaccine used must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the last vaccine dose.
c) Proof of recovery:
A positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than six months previously.
For further information on proof of immunity is available on the website of the Federal Ministry of Health.
8. Transit through Germany
If changing flights without leaving the international transit area, digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. For example: from Delhi (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).
When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area for example: From Delhi (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way.
These travels are considered an entry to Germany and the following applies:
- The digital entry registration and quarantine do not apply
- A negative test or proof of vaccination or recovery is necessary for all air-travels to Germany, including Schengen or non-Schengen Transit.
9. Entry for the purpose of transit to a third country
a) Onward flight ticket to a Non-Schengen destination is required
b) Submission of proof that the entry in the third country is permitted
c) Please carry a printout of the current entry regulations of the transiting countries, which proves that the transit to a Non-Schengen country is allowed
If travelling to a destination outside Germany, entry-exit regulations and COVID protocols of the destination country need to be followed.
10. Relaxations for Travel to Switzerland:
Transit is possible via Germany. The Embassy of Switzerland in New Delhi is currently accepting all visa categories for persons arriving from third countries like India who can prove they have been fully vaccinated (only vaccinations approved by Switzerland, EU and WHO). Entry restrictions continue to apply for foreign nationals who are not fully vaccinated. For additional information please visit this link.
Unvaccinated children under 18 years of age travelling to Switzerland with fully vaccinated adults DO NOT need to quarantine. Children between 16 to18 years of age travelling with fully vaccinated parents need to carry a COVID negative report for entry into Switzerland.
NOTE: India Government Air Bubble passenger criteria, entry/transit regulations of respective countries to be observed.
Detailed information can be found under following link
11. If your final destination is not Germany:
a) We are unable to transport passengers bound for Canada on our flights originating from India, as the Canadian transport ministry does not accept any COVID-19 molecular test performed in India and there is currently no other possibility for a PCR test prior to embarkation onto our onward flights to Canada
b) Much as it has been said on social media, we would like to inform you that the RTPCR Testing facility in the transit area at Frankfurt airport is only for emergency purposes and not for regular testing.
Passengers flying beyond Germany with same-day onwards travel, intending to do an RTPCR in transit at Frankfurt airport, can unfortunately not be permitted to board from India.
c) Entry into the US on our flights, as well as UA marketed flights operated by Lufthansa applies as follows:
- Travelers who already possess a valid F/M student visa and who will begin their programs on or after August 1, 2021, may travel to the United States without further action from the Embassy or Consulates in India. Direct travel to the United States from India with a F/M visa may begin no more than 30 days prior to the start date of a student’s classes.
- Students holding F/M visas and travelling in July to USA, can fly on United Airlines code share flights operated by Lufthansa. For such routing please visit UA.com
- Any lawful permanent resident of the United States
- Any noncitizen who is the spouse of a US. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
- Any noncitizen who is the parent or legal guardian of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, provided that the U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident is unmarried and under the age of 21
- Any noncitizen who is the sibling of a U.S citizen or lawful permanent resident, provided that both are unmarried and under the age of 21
- Any noncitizen who is the child, foster child, or ward of a U.S citizen or lawful permanent resident, or who is a prospective adopter seeking to enter the United States pursuant to the IR-4 or IH-4 visa classifications
- Any noncitizen traveling at the invitation of the United States Government for a purpose related to containment or mitigation of the virus
- Any noncitizen traveling as a nonimmigrant pursuant to a C-1, D, C- t/D, L, H or BI nonimmigrant visa as a crew member or any noncitizen otherwise traveling to the United States as air or sea crew joining a vessel or aircraft in the United States
- Any noncitizen seeking entry into or transiting the United States pursuant to an A-:t, A-2, C-2, C-3
- (as a foreign government official or immediate family member of an official). E-1 was an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee's immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, Or NATO-6 visa (or seeking to enter as a nonimmigrant in one of those NATO categories);
- B whose travel falls within the scope of section T of the United Nations Headquarters Agreement
- Members of the US Armed Forces, spouses, and children of member of the US Armed Forces
- Any noncitizen whose entry would not pose a significant risk of introducing, transmitting, or spreading the virus, as determined by the Secretary of Health and Human services, through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director, or his designee
- Any noncitizen whose entry would further important United States law enforcement
- Objectives, as determined by the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or their respective designees, noncitizen whose entry would be in the national interest, as determined by the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or their designers
- Any noncitizen whose entry would be in the national interest, as determined by the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or their designees.
All the above categories of passengers who are eligible to travel to USA can transit Germany.
Please refer to the detailed information of eligible passengers and US visa holders who can transfer via Germany HERE
Kindly contact your travel agent or a Lufthansa service centre to rebook for a future date.
12. AIR TRAVEL BUBBLE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR BOOKINGS EFFECTIVE 21ST OCTOBER, 2020 ONWARDS
** Important to first observe the new German regulations effective 07 July 2021 here
Special criteria apply on Lufthansa flights to/from India under the Indian Air Travel Bubble. Kindly ensure that you fulfil one of the below listed eligibility criteria:
a) All Diplomats (**see new German regulation above), travelling between India and anywhere on the Lufthansa Group Network
b) Any Indian national holding a valid visa and all Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding passports issued by any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa only and destined for any country in the EU/Schengen area (**see new German regulation above), South America or Africa.
c) Foreign nationals/residents destined for the EU/Schengen area (**see new German regulation above), South America or Africa or spouses of these persons, whether ac-companying or otherwise and destined for any country in the EU/Schengen area (**see new German regulation above), South America or Africa.
d) Foreigners holding valid visa (not OCI) issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020 as amended from time to time
e) All Seamen outbound from India (**see new German regulation above). Seamen holding Indian passports would be allowed, subject to clearance from the Ministry of Shipping.
As visa regulations are currently changing very frequently, passengers are requested to always confirm the eligibility of their travel documentation from the respective Missions of their final destination and/or a German Mission with regards to transiting via Frankfurt/Munich.
The final decision on the validity of documents for entering or transiting via Germany lies with the German Border Police (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Frankfurt and (email@example.com) for Munich.
Passengers should purchase tickets at their own responsibility after rechecking for travel eligibility.
Passengers are personally responsible to comply with the regulations and must also check transit Germany regulations, where applicable. For latest information on Entry/Exit rules for Europe, please click here
13. Mouth-nose-mask & Mandatory Requirements:
Effective 01 February 2021, Passengers on all Lufthansa Group airlines are required to wear a medical protective mask on their flights to and from Germany. Passengers will be required to wear either a surgical mask or an FFP2 mask or mask with the KN95/N95 standard during boarding, the flight and when leaving the aircraft. From the said date, everyday masks will not be permitted.
- Visors (face shields), FFP2 masks with a valve or scarves are not permitted on board
- On long-haul flights, we recommend that passengers bring several masks with them so that they can be replaced if necessary (once they get damp)
- Children under the age of six do not need to wear a face mask (Note: Depending on country-specific requirements, different rules may apply)
OTHER MANDATORIES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
- All passengers have to comply with health and sanitisation measures applicable by the airlines and at origin & destination countries.
- You are required to report at the Airport, at least 4 hours before the departure of the flight. The Check-in for the flight will close 90 minutes before departure time, irrespective of travel class.
- For the various health and safety measures to be followed onboard , CLICK HERE
- At the time of boarding the flight, passengers will have to undergo thermal screening as per health protocol. Only asymptomatic travelers would be allowed to board the flight.
Please check on the required mandatory criteria and timelines for health documents and Covid-19 negative reports as mandated by the final destination. The same may vary de-pending on the local regulations. For more information, please check HERE
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Please Note: Passengers have to undertake that in case of deportation, the entire cost towards deportation penalty, return fare and cost of Quarantine will be borne by the passenger.
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