Reopening of Malta International Airport

Coronavirus Covid-19 (still valid on 29/07/2020)

On 11 March, the World Health Organisation described the outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus as a "pandemic" (list of affected countries on the website of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control).

On 14 June, the Maltese authorities announced the reopening of the international airport for direct flights between France and Malta starting from 1 July.

Exempted from compulsory quarantine are persons who have stayed in the 50 following allowed countries by the Maltese health authorities.
(list: https://www.visitmalta.com/en/reopening-airport).

Persons who have stayed in countries which are not on this list during the 14 days prior to their arrival in Malta are not allowed to enter into the country.

Travellers flying to Malta by air are required to fulfil a Travel Declaration Form and a Passenger Location Form
(available online : https://www.maltairport.com/declarationforms/).
Those should be handed to the airline operating the flight or to a dedicated area in the arrival terminal of Malta International Airport.

A temperature screaning will also be taken by the Maltese health authorities at the arrival terminal.

Instructions emaning from the local authorities are recommended to be followed (they can be found on the Ministry of Health website in English).

Please find more information and recommendations on our Coronavirus Fact Sheet and our French ministry of foreign and european affairs website and on the "Re-open EU" platform of the European Commission.

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Dernière modification : 03/08/2020

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