Last Updated On: 02/08/2021 at 11:36


Requirements for Entry into France from Malta



If you are travelling from Malta to France, you will be required to present a negative result of a Covid-19 PCR test or an antigen test, taken not more than 24 hours before departing to France, at check-in. You may also be subject to a PCR test upon arrival in France. All children under 12 years are exempt from this requirement.

Vaccinated travelers may choose to present proof of vaccination in lieu of a negative test certificate. The vaccine must be one which has been approved by the European Medical Agency (7 days after the second dose of Pfizer, Moderna or Astra Zeneca vaccines, or 4 weeks after a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine). If you have recovered from Covid-19, proof of vaccination 7 days after receiving a single dose of the vaccine is also accepted.

A certificate of recovery is also accepted upon presentation of a positive result of a Covid-19 test carried out more than 11 days but less than six months before your flight.



You will not need to self-quarantine if you travel to France from Malta.


Forms and Declarations

You will need to complete and present this sworn statement to abide with the rules of entry into the country at check-in prior to departure and to the border control authorities upon arrival in France. Travellers aged below 11 years must have this sworn statement completed on their behalf and presented when requested.


For the latest information regarding entry regulations and public health measures which are currently in effect in France, please click here or here.



Requirements for Entry into Malta from France


For the latest information regarding entry regulations for Malta, please click here.


Before booking a flight, we advise you to contact your airline for guidance in relation to health and safety protocols at your destination or any airline specific requirements in place. Airline contact details may be found here, while our airport’s flight schedule is available here.