Air travel restrictions Denmark
Ranking history for Denmark
Air travel restrictions for Denmark
Rank Country Basis for international restriction Travellers' quarantine & health check Domestic restriction Cross reference Update time Supporting documents
30th Denmark Nationality: Danish citizens and residents are allowed to enter; Purpose of travel: Countries other than EU Member States, Schengen countries and the United Kingdom are currently by definition 'banned' countries, unless exempted. The exempted third countries are Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Persons resident in a country/province classified as 'open' (yellow) can enter Denmark if they have a worthy purpose or have booked at least six nights. Persons resident in Scania, Halland, Blekinge, Schleswig-Holstein or Norway can enter Denmark regardless of the purpose of their entry if the region meets the criteria for being classified as 'open'. Symtomatic passengers: Foreigners showing clear symptoms such as dry cough and fever will not be permitted to enter Denmark. One cannot get a prior approval to enter into Denmark. The Danish Health Authority's recommendations on self-isolation for 14 days are applicable to foreign tourists testing positive for COVID-19. A person returning from non-essential travel to countries, which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against, he/she is strongly advised to stay at home for 14 days after returning from travel. This advice applies to both Danes and foreigners entering Denmark. This restriction may not apply to persons travelling from Germany, Norway and Iceland No exit restrictions apply. No restriction Japan, USA, Greenland Fri, 14 Aug 2020 14:47:16 GMT

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14th Denmark Nationality: Danish citizens and residents are allowed to enter; Purpose of travel: Countries other than EU Member States, Schengen countries and the United Kingdom are currently by definition 'banned' countries, unless exempted. The exempted third countries are Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Persons resident in a country/province classified as 'open' (yellow) can enter Denmark if they have a worthy purpose or have booked at least six nights. Persons resident in Scania, Halland, Blekinge, Schleswig-Holstein or Norway can enter Denmark regardless of the purpose of their entry if the region meets the criteria for being classified as 'open'. Symtomatic passengers: Foreigners showing clear symptoms such as dry cough and fever will not be permitted to enter Denmark. One cannot get a prior approval to enter into Denmark. The Danish Health Authority's recommendations on self-isolation for 14 days are applicable to foreign tourists testing positive for COVID-19. A person returning from non-essential travel to countries, which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against, he/she is strongly advised to stay at home for 14 days after returning from travel. This advice applies to both Danes and foreigners entering Denmark. This restriction may not apply to persons travelling from Germany, Norway and Iceland No exit restrictions apply. No restriction Japan, USA, Greenland Thu, 30 Jul 2020 22:46:53 GMT

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14th Denmark Nationality: Danish citizens and residents are allowed to enter; Purpose of travel: The Danish border closure – imposed on March 14 – remains in place for most tourism-related travel. The ban applies to all foreign tourists coming to Denmark, except for those permanently living in Germany, Norway, and Iceland who – effective June 15 – are permitted to enter Denmark if they have a lodging reservation in Denmark for six nights or more. As of June 27 alleviations on travel restrictions apply to EU (Except Sweden and Portugal). The ban does not apply to foreigners who have valid Danish work or residency permits, foreign spouses, foreign parents, or foreign children of Danish citizens and residents, and those the Danish government determines to have a “worthy purpose” of travel; Symptomatic passengers: Foreigners with clear symptoms such as dry cough and fever cannot enter Denmark regardless of the intended purpose. The Danish Health Authority's recommendations on self-isolation for 14 days are applicable to foreign tourists testing positive for COVID-19. A person returning from non-essential travel to countries, which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against, he/she is strongly advised to stay at home for 14 days after returning from travel. This advice applies to both Danes and foreigners entering Denmark. This restriction may not apply to persons travelling from Germany, Norway and Iceland No exit restrictions apply. No restriction Japan, USA, Greenland Fri, 03 Jul 2020 06:31:18 GMT

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5th Denmark Nationality: Danish citizens and residents are allowed to enter; Purpose of travel: The Danish border closure – imposed on March 14 – remains in place for most tourism-related travel. The ban applies to all foreign tourists coming to Denmark, except for those permanently living in Germany, Norway, and Iceland who – effective June 15 – are permitted to enter Denmark if they have a lodging reservation in Denmark for six nights or more. As of June 27 alleviations on travel restrictions apply to EU (Except Sweden and Portugal). The ban does not apply to foreigners who have valid Danish work or residency permits, foreign spouses, foreign parents, or foreign children of Danish citizens and residents, and those the Danish government determines to have a “worthy purpose” of travel; Symptomatic passengers: Foreigners with clear symptoms such as dry cough and fever cannot enter Denmark regardless of the intended purpose. The Danish Health Authority's recommendations on self-isolation for 14 days are applicable to foreign tourists testing positive for COVID-19. A person returning from non-essential travel to countries, which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against, he/she is strongly advised to stay at home for 14 days after returning from travel. This advice applies to both Danes and foreigners entering Denmark. This restriction may not apply to persons travelling from Germany, Norway and Iceland No exit restrictions apply. Essential purposes only Japan, USA Fri, 26 Jun 2020 23:52:29 GMT

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5th Denmark Nationality: Danish citizens and residents are allowed to enter; Purpose of travel: The Danish border closure – imposed on March 14 – remains in place for most tourism-related travel. The ban applies to all foreign tourists coming to Denmark, except for those permanently living in Germany, Norway, and Iceland who – effective June 15 – are permitted to enter Denmark if they have a lodging reservation in Denmark for six nights or more. The ban does not apply to foreigners who have valid Danish work or residency permits, foreign spouses, foreign parents, or foreign children of Danish citizens and residents, and those the Danish government determines to have a “worthy purpose” of travel; Symptomatic passengers: Foreigners with clear symptoms such as dry cough and fever cannot enter Denmark regardless of the intended purpose. The Danish Health Authority's recommendations on self-isolation for 14 days are applicable to foreign tourists testing positive for COVID-19. A person returning from non-essential travel to countries, which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against, he/she is strongly advised to stay at home for 14 days after returning from travel. This advice applies to both Danes and foreigners entering Denmark. This restriction may not apply to persons travelling from Germany, Norway and Iceland No exit restrictions apply. Essential purposes only Japan, USA Sat, 20 Jun 2020 05:16:32 GMT

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12th Denmark Nationality: Danish citizens and residents are allowed to enter; Purpose of travel: The Danish border closure – imposed on March 14 – remains in place for most tourism-related travel. The ban applies to all foreign tourists coming to Denmark, except for those permanently living in Germany, Norway, and Iceland who – effective June 15 – are permitted to enter Denmark if they have a lodging reservation in Denmark for six nights or more. The ban does not apply to foreigners who have valid Danish work or residency permits, foreign spouses, foreign parents, or foreign children of Danish citizens and residents, and those the Danish government determines to have a “worthy purpose” of travel; Symptomatic passengers: Foreigners with clear symptoms such as dry cough and fever cannot enter Denmark regardless of the intended purpose. The Danish Health Authority's recommendations on self-isolation for 14 days are applicable to foreign tourists testing positive for COVID-19. A person returning from non-essential travel to countries, which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against, he/she is strongly advised to stay at home for 14 days after returning from travel. This advice applies to both Danes and foreigners entering Denmark. This restriction may not apply to persons travelling from Germany, Norway and Iceland No exit restrictions apply. Essential purposes only Japan, USA Thu, 18 Jun 2020 18:54:01 GMT

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12th Denmark One can enter Denmark if they: (a)Are a Danish citizen (b) Have residence in Denmark, Greenland or Faroe Islands (c) Need to transit through Denmark to return to your country of residence (e.g. Swedes to transferring through Denmark to return to Sweden) or (d) have a worthy purpose to transit through Denmark. If one commutes to/from work in Denmark from for example Sweden or Germany (or vice versa), one will not have to stay at home for 14 days between commutes. Only advisory for 14-day quarantine Essential purposes only Japan, USA Thu, 28 May 2020 16:59:23 GMT

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