Air travel restrictions Austria
Ranking history for Austria
Air travel restrictions for Austria
Rank Country Basis for international restriction Travellers' quarantine & health check Domestic restriction Cross reference Update time Supporting documents
23rd Austria Specific countries restricted: Flights From Peoples Republic China, Islamic Republic Iran, Region Lombardy – Italy, Belarus, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden, Ukraine and Russia are prohibited to land, provided no exemptions have been granted. Except the countries specifically mentioned above, Austria has opened its borders for all EU and Schengen countries. Air travel is generally prohibited to third-country nationals from countries outside the Schengen area. Travellers from EU and Schengen area, except those countries which are specifically restricted, do not have to quarantine or provide a medical certificate. Travellers from other countries have to provide a medical certificate about their state of health and show that the molecular biological test for sars-cov-2 is negative. The medical certificate must not be older than 4 days upon entry. If the medical certificate cannot be presented, a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine or quarantine in a suitable accommodation must be started, costs of which would be borne by traveller. Without confirmation of availability of accommodation, entry is prohibited. Public Health Passenger Locator Cards have to be filled in and submitted by passengers. No restriction Japan Mon, 10 Aug 2020 20:52:47 GMT

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35th Austria Specific countries restricted: Flights From Peoples Republic China, Islamic Republic Iran, Region Lombardy – Italy, Belarus, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden, Ukraine and Russia are prohibited to land, provided no exemptions have been granted. Except the countries specifically mentioned above, Austria has opened its borders for all EU and Schengen countries. Air travel is generally prohibited to third-country nationals from countries outside the Schengen area. Travellers from EU and Schengen area, except those countries which are specifically restricted, do not have to quarantine or provide a medical certificate. Travellers from other countries have to provide a medical certificate about their state of health and show that the molecular biological test for sars-cov-2 is negative. The medical certificate must not be older than 4 days upon entry. If the medical certificate cannot be presented, a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine or quarantine in a suitable accommodation must be started, costs of which would be borne by traveller. Without confirmation of availability of accommodation, entry is prohibited. Public Health Passenger Locator Cards have to be filled in and submitted by passengers. No restriction Japan Fri, 03 Jul 2020 06:51:18 GMT

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22nd Austria Specific countries restricted: Flights From Peoples Republic China, Islamic Republic Iran, Region Lombardy – Italy, Belarus, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden, Ukraine and Russia are prohibited to land, provided no exemptions have been granted. Except the countries specifically mentioned above, Austria has opened its borders for all EU and Schengen countries. Air travel is generally prohibited to third-country nationals from countries outside the Schengen area. Travellers from EU and Schengen area, except those countries which are specifically restricted, do not have to quarantine or provide a medical certificate. Travellers from other countries have to provide a medical certificate about their state of health and show that the molecular biological test for sars-cov-2 is negative. The medical certificate must not be older than 4 days upon entry. If the medical certificate cannot be presented, a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine or quarantine in a suitable accommodation must be started, costs of which would be borne by traveller. Without confirmation of availability of accommodation, entry is prohibited. Public Health Passenger Locator Cards have to be filled in and submitted by passengers. No restriction Japan Sat, 20 Jun 2020 05:33:11 GMT

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www.icao.int/safe...

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www.garda.com/cri...

www.viennaairport...

41st Austria Specific countries restricted: Flights From Peoples Republic China, Islamic Republic Iran, Region Lombardy – Italy, Belarus, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden, Ukraine and Russia are prohibited to land, provided no exemptions have been granted. Except the countries specifically mentioned above, Austria has opened its borders for all EU and Schengen countries. Air travel is generally prohibited to third-country nationals from countries outside the Schengen area. Travellers from EU and Schengen area, except those countries which are specifically restricted, do not have to quarantine or provide a medical certificate. Travellers from other countries have to provide a medical certificate about their state of health and show that the molecular biological test for sars-cov-2 is negative. The medical certificate must not be older than 4 days upon entry. If the medical certificate cannot be presented, a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine or quarantine in a suitable accommodation must be started, costs of which would be borne by traveller. Without confirmation of availability of accommodation, entry is prohibited. Public Health Passenger Locator Cards have to be filled in and submitted by passengers. No restriction Japan Fri, 19 Jun 2020 14:54:00 GMT

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www.viennaairport...

41st Austria Nationality: Austrian citizens, EU citizens, Swiss Nationals, residence permit holders allowed to enter; Specific countries restricted: Flights from China, Islamic Republic of Iran, Italy, Switzerland, France, Spain, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Russia are prohibited to land. 14 day self-monitored home quarantine. If home quarantine not possible, accommodation shall be provided. The start of the home quarantine must be confirmed by personal signature. One can quit quarantine if COVID test is performed and it is negative. Arriving passengers - with residence in Austria and a valid residence permit - without a valid medical certificate can get tested at the airport. If the test findings are negative, the passenger does not have to stay in self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving in Austria. Absolute restriction Japan Fri, 29 May 2020 12:35:00 GMT

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www.garda.com/cri...

www.viennaairport...