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What to do
Green Pass update
As of 1 May 2022, it is no longer compulsory to show the Covid-19 Green Pass to travel by air on all flights departing from Italian airports.
Presentation of the Green Pass may still be necessary if required by the country of destination.
Until 31 May, it is still compulsory to present the Green Pass in order to enter Italy from any foreign country.
Airlines are the entities identified by current legislation to carry out Covid Green Pass checks for access to their transport services.
Information about the COVID-19 Certification can be found on the dedicated Italian portal: https://www.dgc.gov.it/web/. For other European countries, it can be found on the of the European Commission EU Digital COVID Certificate website. | European Commissione (europa.eu).
(*) The COVID-19 Green Certification is issued following completion of the primary vaccination cycle against SARS-CoV-2 or booster dose or following recovery from SARS-CoV-2 infection or with a negative rapid or molecular antigen test result.
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
The Ministry of Health's Ordinance of 28 April 2022 extended the obligation to wear FFP2 masks on board vehicles, including aircraft, until 15 June 2022.
It is also recommended to wear face masks in all indoor public or open public places, such as airport terminals.
Children under six years of age, people with illnesses or disabilities that are incompatible with the use of a face mask and people who have to communicate in such a way that they cannot use a face mask are exempt from this requirement.
Rules of conduct on board and at airports
The "Guidelines for user information and organisational arrangements to contain the spread of Covid-19 in public transport", adopted by order of 1 April 2022, accompany the gradual overcoming of the state of emergency by maintaining some necessary indications to prevent the risk of a resurgence of Covid-19 infections.
Once you have arrived at the airport, it is recommended that you follow the signs and routes indicated, avoid crowds, sanitise your hands and avoid touching your face during the journey.
The use of face masks is recommended in indoor public locations and an FFP2 type mask is required for access and use of the aircraft.