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.
Requirements for Entry into Germany from Malta
If you are travelling from Malta (not considered to be a risk area) to Germany, and are over six years of age, you are required to present evidence of recovery from a COVID-19 infection OR a vaccination certificate OR a negative COVID-19 test result, in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish.
Test results: Results of antigen, PCR, LAMP or TMA tests performed at certified testing sites are valid. PCR, LAMP and TMA tests must be taken 72 hours prior to arrival in Germany, while antigen tests must be taken 48 hours before.
Proof of vaccination: Proof of vaccination completed more than 14 days prior to entry in Germany with an EU-approved vaccine.
Proof of immunity: PCR, LAMP or TMA test results which are between 28 days and six months old are valid.
Please note that the above applies to both passengers for whom Germany is the final destination and passengers transiting through Germany.
Passengers who provide a negative test result, have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19 do not need to observe a period of self-quarantine if they can provide the appropriate evidence.
If you are transiting through Germany, you will be exempt from this travel requirement as long as you do not exit the airport’s transit zone.
Forms and Declarations
You must also register your arrival electronically at this link and carry the confirmation of registration with you throughout your journey. If you are unable to register electronically, you must fill in the passenger locator form found here.
For the latest information regarding entry regulations and public health measures which are currently in effect in Germany, please click here.
Requirements for Entry into Malta from Germany
Germany is one of the countries currently listed on Malta’s Amber List. This means that if you are arriving in Malta from Germany, you will need to present a negative result of a Covid-19 PCR test, taken up to 72 hours prior to boarding your flight, upon your arrival at our airport.
Passengers in possession of a valid Maltese vaccine certificate can present this in lieu of the negative test result.
If you do not present a negative test result or a valid Maltese vaccine certificate, you will be required to undergo a swab test at Malta International Airport and may also be asked to observe a period of self-quarantine. More information is available here.
Forms and Declarations
All passengers entering Malta from Germany must also download and fill in the passenger locator form and a health declaration form, which may be found here.