Travelling to Malta

Current travel requirements applicable to all passengers (aged 5 and over) :                                                      

Any person who travels to Malta, whether by air or by sea, shall prior to boarding and upon arrival provide a completed passenger locator form(PLF) together with a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) Covid-19 test taken not earlier than 72 hours before arrival in Malta.​ 

As from 1st June 2021, a valid Maltese vaccination certificate with clearly visible QR codes can be presented instead of a negative PCR result.  Failure to present either, together with a PLF, will result in denied boarding.  If upon arrival, any passenger (aged 5 and above) is not in possession of any of the above, the passenger will be subject to a Mandatory PCR test and/or Mandatory quarantine against a fee as per legal notice LN229 of 2021.


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