Travelling to Germany

Please be informed of the latest requirements for entry into Germany as issued by the German national authorities:

As from Sunday the 9th May, Germany no longer considers Malta as a risk area. Thus there are no quarantine requirements for arrivals from Malta.

As from Wednesday 12th of May, a valid negative Test (PCR, LAMP, TMA) not older than 72 hours prior entry into Germany or an antigen test (that meets ≥80% sensitivity and ≥97% specificity compared to PCR test)) not older than 48 hours before entry into Germany is required. Passengers presenting a vaccine certificate (including the vaccine certificate issued by Malta) or proof of recovery from SARS COV 2 shall be exempt from this requirement.

Transit passengers and children younger than 6 years are exempt from this requirement. Other exemptions may apply. Further information is available at:

Passenger information is available at

As instructed by the authorities, failure to comply will regretfully result in passengers being denied boarding.

As a result of the above, web check-in services for flights to Germany have been temporarily suspended. Passengers are requested to present themselves at the airport two and a half hours prior to flight departure, in order to avoid any flight disruptions. You may check-in at the airport, at no additional charge.

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