In order to be able to travel safely and relaxed under the current Corona conditions, all passengers should make good preparations in good time prior to their flights. It is particularly important to inform oneself as to the current entry regulations in one’s destination country and to have all necessary travel documents, both at the airport and during the entire journey, completely filled out and close at hand at all times.
Your personal travel documents include your personal ID, passport and, in the case of children, the child’s ID. Passengers can inform themselves which documents are required by consulting the website of the German Foreign Office.
All travellers, both at home and abroad, are obliged to have with them a certificate to show that, at the time of starting their journey, they are not infected with the Corona virus SARS-CoV-2. Therefore, in order to embark upon their journey, passengers must present a certificate proving they have been vaccinated, are recovered or have been tested. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this obligation.
Proof of Recovery:
Proof of a Negative Test Result:
Service at the Airport
Travellers who require assistance with completing the country-specific entry forms (Passenger Locator Forms) may avail themselves of such on the spot at BER. From Monday to Sunday between the hours of 04.30 a.m. and 04.00 p.m., the company Beyer Sprachdienste offers assistance with completing and printing out of the forms in return for a fee of 15 Euros per person. This service is available in the check-in hall.
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