Current information on the flight program of LuxairTours and Luxair
Some countries have imposed restrictions on the entry of travellers and these may be changed in the short term. Therefore, we strongly recommend that all passengers check the information published by the government of their destination country before travelling. You will also find useful information on entry restrictions on the following official websites: IATA Travel Centre and ICAO COVID-19 Airport Status
Several countries also impose specific entry measures, mainly forms to be distributed onboard the aircraft or on arrival at the destination.
The following is a non-exhaustive list of some specific measures:
Passengers having visited a risk country listed in the following link within 14 days prior arrival must carry a medical certificate, less than 4 days old, and present a negative COVID test.
A pre-registration prior arrival is suggested.
Passengers having visited a country listed in the following link must inform authorities and must start a mandatory quarantine.
All passengers will have temperature control in Luxembourg airport and upon arrival in Italy.
For Bari and Brindisi: a pre-registration prior arrival is mandatory. Customer will have to print this registration before coming at the airport. Click here to find out more.
For Cagliari and Olbia: a pre-registration prior arrival is mandatory. Customer will have to print this registration before coming at the airport. Click here to find out more.
For Catania and Palermo: a pre-registration prior arrival is suggested. Click here to find out more.
For Lamezia Terme: a pre-registration on arrival is proposed. Click here for more information.
A pre-registration prior to arrival is mandatory by clicking here. Passengers will need to print this registration before coming to the airport.
No 14-day quarantine required when you arrive if you are traveling or returning from one of the travel corridor countries or have not been to or stopped in a country that’s not on the travel corridor list in the previous 14 days.
European borders are open since the 15th of June!
We have already started our flights to 49 destinations and more than 15 more will be added soon.
We have taken all necessary measures to ensure your health and safety and we look forward to seeing you on board. Here are the opening dates of our various destinations. Please click on the respective dates to get detailed information:
Lisbon, Milan Malpensa (MXP). Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), Berlin Tegel, Geneva, Porto, Rome, Nice, Hamburg, Stockholm, Faro, Bari, Biarritz, Munich, Split, New: Florence, New: Bordeaux, Saarbrücken, Zadar, Venice, Barcelona, Cagliari, New : Marseille, Madrid, Olbia, Malaga, Ajaccio, Palma de Mallorca, Bastia, Ibiza, Calvi, Figari.
Almeria from 4/07, Minorca from 04/07, Brindisi from 19/07, Burgas from 3/07, Antalya from 1/08, New: Innsbruck from 4/07, Jerez from 4/07, Naples from 5/07, Varna from 1/07, Djerba from 18/07, New: Salzburg from 4/07, Fuerteventura from 4/07, Palermo from 5/07, Corfu from 25/07, Enfidha from 19/07, Dublin from 20/07, Lanzarote from 2/07, Rimini from 4/07, Heraklion from 23/07, Hurghada from 4/08, Copenhagen from 27/07, Las Palmas from 1/07, Lamezia Terme from 5/07, Rhodes from 23/07, Agadir from 7/08, Tenerife from 1/07, Kos from 19/07, Funchal from 3/08, Malta from 18/07, Prague from 1/07, London City (LCY) from 17/07, New: Montenegro (Tivat) from 19/07, New: Valencia from 20/07.
Flights to Marsa Alam have been canceled for the entire summer season. Flights to Manchester will begin on 2 September.
If your holiday package has been canceled, please click here for more info. If your flight has been cancelled, please click here for more info. Of course, we remain in close contact with local authorities and hotels to evaluate the evolution of the situation and adapt this list of destinations if required.
Updated on July 9, 2020
Restart dates remain subject to entry regulations and sanitary hygiene rules imposed by local authorities.