Coronavirus: information for travellers

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Important information for passengers

Entry into Germany and North Rhine-Westphalia

Are you travelling to Germany from a risk country? Then you are obliged to carry out a Digital Registration on Entry before you travel.

On the website of the Robert Koch Institute you will find a list of countries classified as risk or high risk.

From 30 March 2021, in principle all persons entering the Federal Republic of Germany by plane are required to present their carrier with a negative test result before departure. This obligation to undergo testing and provide proof applies irrespective of whether or not the carriage took place from a risk area. When entering Germany, the test must not be older than 48 hours. A quick test is sufficient.

If you have stayed in a risk area, you must generally go home – or to other accommodation at your destination – immediately after arrival and seclude yourself for ten days (domestic quarantine).

The domestic quarantine can be terminated prematurely if proof of recovery, proof of vaccination or a negative test (a rapid test is sufficient) is submitted via the entry portal of the Federal Republic of Germany at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de. After prior stay in high-incidence areas, testing can be carried out five days after entry at the earliest. After a stay in virus variant areas, quarantine lasts 14 days and early termination of quarantine is not possible.

The quarantine obligation is initially valid until 30 June 2021.

You can find the current entry regulations here.

Current flight operations
Flights are currently restricted to some destinations. Please check the status of your flight with your airline.

Entry requirements for your destination

The German Foreign Office has current information on entry restrictions and travel warnings for your destination.

 

Procedure in case of suspicion clearly regulated
Airport Weeze is in close contact with the public health department of the district of Kleve. Like all German airports, Airport Weeze is prepared with emergency plans for dealing with suspected cases of coronavirus.

Hygiene and protective measures
We have provided comprehensive measures for your health at the airport:

  • Please use the disinfection stations available at the terminal entrances.
  • Masks are mandatory for all passengers and visitors. Please remember to bring medical mouth and nose coverings. These can also be purchased at the airport information desk.
  • If possible, please keep a distance of 1.50 m from the people around you. We have placed markings at places where queues may form. We have also restricted the number of seats. We ask for your understanding in this matter.
  • Where our guests come into direct contact with airport staff – e.g. at check-in, at the boarding pass checkpoint, at the airport information desk – we have installed glass panes to ensure optimum hygiene.
  • We have also increased cleaning intervals in all areas where our passengers spend time.

Please familiarise yourself with the health measures provided by your airline. Masks are also currently compulsory on board, and there may be special rules for hand luggage. Info at Ryanair.com and Corendonairlines.com

Tip: Check-in and security checks may take a little longer due to health precautions. You should therefore be at the airport at least two hours before departure.
Note for departures to Morocco: We kindly ask you to arrive at the airport three hours before your scheduled departure time. The check-in counters for all flights to Morocco are open 3 hours before departure.

We thank you for your understanding and wish you a pleasant flight!

Your team at Weeze Airport