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:
1/ Taking the temperature at the departure and/or arrival point
2/ Provision of mandatory forms to be filled in online or distributed on board the aircraft or on arrival at destination
3/ Wearing a mask at all times in airports
The following is a non-exhaustive list of some specific measures:
Passengers having visited a risk country listed in the following link within 10 days prior arrival must carry a medical certificate, less than 3 days old, and present a negative COVID test.
Before travelling to Croatia, the Croatian Government suggest that you register online. Click here to find out more.
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: Before travelling to Puglia region, the government of Region Puglia requires you to register online. Customer will have to print this registration before coming at the airport. Click here to find out more.
For Cagliari and Olbia: Before travelling to Sardinia, the government of Sardinia requires you to register online. Customer will have to print this registration before coming at the airport. Click here to find out more.
For Catania and Palermo: Before travelling to Sicily, the government of Sicily suggest that you to register online. Customer will have to print this registration before coming at the airport. (Please note that this site is only accessible via mobile devices). Click here to find out more.
For Lamezia Terme: Before travelling to Lamezia Terme, the authorities suggest that you to register online Click here for more information.
A quarantine is compulsory for all passengers coming from Luxembourg, even if they present a negative SARS-CoV-2 test.
Before travelling to the UK, the United Kingdom visas and immigration department requires you to register online 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.
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Before travelling to Spain, the Spanish Department of Health requires you to register online here.
Before travelling to Greece, the Greek government requires you to register online at the latest 24 hours before your flight by clicking here.
Passengers will receive a personal QR code on the day of departure and must present it in Luxembourg in order to board the flight.
Upon arrival in Greece, some passengers may be subject to random testing at the airport at SARS-CoV-2. In this case, they will have to wait 24 hours for their results in their hotel or at their place of residence and comply with the instructions given by the local authorities. For more information, please click here.
Before your trip to Madeira, the authorities require you to check in online between 12h and 48h before your departure via the following link.
Upon arrival in Funchal, all passengers will be tested at the airport for SARS-CoV-2. They will have to wait for their results for 12 hours in their hotel or at their place of residence and comply with the instructions given by the local authorities.
For more information, please click here.
To save time, you can also present a negative test performed in an official laboratory in your country less than 72 hours before your departure.
Passengers having visited in the past 14 days a country listed in the following link must inform the authorities and start a 10 days mandatory quarantine.
For business trips ONLY:
Passenger having stayed more than 12h in a country listed with a “ * ” on the following link, must perform a PCR test on arrival. Click here for more information.
Following the decision of the Tunisian authorities, Belgian nationals and residents are not allowed to enter in Tunisia as from 03/08 (compulsory quarantine even if they have a negative SARS-CoV-2 test)
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, Porto, Rome, Nice, Hamburg, Stockholm, Faro, Bari, Biarritz, Munich, Split, Florence, New: Bordeaux, Saarbrücken, Zadar, Venice, Barcelona, Cagliari, New : Marseille, Madrid , Olbia, Malaga , Ajaccio , Palma de Mallorca , Bastia , Ibiza , Calvi , Figari, Almeria, Minorca, Burgas, New : Innsbruck, Jerez, Naples, Varna, New : Salzburg, Fuerteventura, Palermo, Lanzarote, Rimini, Las Palmas, Lamezia Terme, Tenerife, Brindisi, Djerba, Enfidha, Malta, New : Valencia, Corfu, Heraklion, Kos, Rhodes, Funchal.
Agadir from 18/09, Antalya from 22/09, Copenhagen from 1/09, Dublin from 28/08, Hurghada from 15/09, Geneva, Prague, London City (LCY) from 1/09, Manchester from 2/09.
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 August 3, 2020
Restart dates remain subject to entry regulations and sanitary hygiene rules imposed by local authorities.