Do you know what rules you have to respect when traveling by plane?
With the Malpensa Express, we take you from Malpensa Airport to Milan and vice versa, in less than an hour, but, before leaving by plane, you are informed about the rules for traveling, in this period of health emergency from covid-19?
With the DPCM March 2, 2021, movements to and from abroad and within the national territory were regulated. 5 lists of countries have been established, based on the risk of contagion, with different rules and restrictions for each list.
Anyhow, from March 31, the Farnesina recommends all compatriots to avoid travel abroad except for strictly necessary reasons.
If you travel by plane within Italy, you must have a valid green pass.For both domestic and international flights, the use of the FFP2 mask is mandatory.
If you need to travel from Italy to foreign countries, check the Viaggiare Sicuri website for the rules in force in the country of destination and transit countries of your trip.
From December 14th, entry from C countries it is possible with Green pas Covid-19 or equivalent and a negative test. On the website of the Ministry of Health, all the information is available.
Anyone who has stayed or transited in the United Kingdomor in the countries of List D or from Canada, Japan and the United States can enter Italy with a greenpass or equivalent document, negative buffer in the 72 hours (48 for those coming from the UK) preceding theentrance, and Passenger Locator Form.Those who do not have a green pass (or equivalent) must undergo fiduciary isolation for 5 days and carry out a new swab at the end of isolation.
Since April 27, new restrictions have been introduced for travelers arriving from India, from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, as well as from all countries not included in lists A, B, C and D. More details are available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and InfoCovid.