In general, travelling between the Canary Islands does not require presentation of PDIA tests or certificates. Check here for complete information on general travel measures and exceptions.
As of Tuesday, 20 September 2022, the Spain Travel Health (SpTH) portal, both the website and the mobile applications (APPs), will no longer be operational. It will no longer be necessary to complete the health control form to travel to Spain nor to show the SpTH QR code at the airport of arrival.
PASSENGERS FROM COUNTRIES THAT BELONG TO THE EUROPEAN UNION OR SCHENGEN ASSOCIATED COUNTRIES:
Passengers arriving in Spain by AIR OR SEA from these countries will NOT be required to present the SpTH health control form or a COVID-19 certificate.
PASSENGERS FROM COUNTRIES THAT DO NOT BELONG TO THE EUROPEAN UNION OR ARE NOT CONSIDERED AS ASSOCIATED COUNTRIES SCHENGEN:
Passengers arriving in Spain by AIR (except for those under 12 years of age and those in international transit), from countries that DO NOT belong to the European Union or are NOT considered Schengen associated countries, must have one of the this documents:
- An EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE OR EU EQUIVALENT of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative certificate of a diagnostic test for active infection or a certificate of recovery after having passed this disease. You can check if your certificate is valid on the web https://www.spth.gob.es
There are no Covid-19 requirements for the entry of passengers into the airports in the Madeira region.
Have an EU Covid digital certificate proving that you are fully vaccinated or a Covid-19 recovery certificate issued at least 180 days before arrival.
There are no Covid-19 requirements for the entry of passengers into the airports in Azores from national flights.
To passengers from international flights:
Have an EU Covid digital certificate proving that you are fully vaccinated, proof of a valid negative PCR test taken within 72 hour prior to the scheduled flight, a negative antigens test taken within 48 hours prior to the scheduled flight, a Covid-19 recovery certificate, or a OMS vaccination certificate.
These requirements are for passengers over 12 years old.
Present entry form: QR code
Present vaccination certificate, the negative result of a PCR test carried out in the 72 hours before flying, or a negative antigens test taken within 48 hours prior to the scheduled flight.
*Young people between 13 and 17 years old can travel with two doses of vaccination.
*For Janssen vaccines, one dose will be required, plus a booster dose.
Exceptions:These requirements do not apply to passengers under 12 years of age.
More information here
Present COVID-19 vaccination certificate or the negative result of a PCR test, carried out in the 72 hours before the entry on the country.
These requirements do not apply to passengers under 10 years of age, but unvaccinated children under 10 years of age must undergo a rapid test upon arrival in The Gambia.
The Gambian government has eliminated the quarantine requirement. However, a rapid test is performed upon arrival at the airport for those travelers who do not have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate and are therefore traveling with PCR. If they test positive, they must quarantine in a designated hotel and bear the cost of accommodation and meals.
Information Note 29.03.2022
These requirements are as follows:
1. Present a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19, carried out in the last 72h
present the vaccination certificate ISSUED BY AN OFFICIAL AGENCY having received the full vaccination schedule 14 days before the flight. Only vaccines accepted by the WHO are accepted.
The vaccination certificate is compulsory from the age of 15 years.
Useful telephone numbers
Embassy of the Republic of Senegal in Spain
Calle de Moralzarzal 18, 28034 Madrid
Telephone numbers: 91 564 28 48/745 10 03
Fax: 91 745 11 48
Consulate of the Republic of Senegal in Madrid
Calle Palermo 13, 28043 Madrid
Telephone number: 91 309 52 00
Consulate of the Republic of Senegal in Barcelona
Travessera de Gràcia 15, 08021 Barcelona
Telephone number: 93 200 97 22
Senegal Consulate in the Canary Islands
Avda. Juan Carlos I 17 Bis,2º piso Oficina 20
35019 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Telephone number: +34 928 38 12 79
1- All passengers entering the country must comply with the following measures:
Temperature controls (thermal camera, thermo flash).
Submit a vaccination certificate for the following vaccines authorized by the WHO: AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Pfizer/BioNtech, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Moderna, Sinovac, Covishield.
For those vaccines that require 2 doses, they will be considered as a complete schedule two weeks after the second dose has been administered, except Johnson & Johnson (4 weeks before travel).
Passengers who do not have a vaccination certificate, must present a negative PCR test within 72 hours prior to travel in a recognized laboratory. Passengers must present the negative test to be accepted to board the flight.
Present health form: online form or printable form.
Present vaccination certificate or the negative result of a PCR test carried out in the 72 hours before flying.
There are no entry requirements for children under 12 years old.
1. It is considered complete vaccination (3 doses), or 2 doses being the last one with a validity that does not exceed 4 months. For the J&J/Jansen vaccines, a single dose is allowed (since it is equivalent to two doses of the other vaccines).
2. For minors between 12-18 years: A vaccination certificate is considered valid when 2 doses of the vaccine have been received.
*Departure requirements FROM Morocco:
The passenger must present a valid vaccination passport:
- Vaccination passport confirming receipt of the third dose or vaccination passport proving receipt of the 2nd dose (or the single dose of the J&J vaccine) with a delay of less than 4 months.
Passengers vaccinated only with the second dose (or the single dose of the J&J vaccine) older than 4 months and who have contracted COVID-19 less than 28 days ago must present, in addition to their vaccination card:
- PCR (or rapid antigen test) result documenting that the person was sick and medical certificate of recovery or negative PCR test.
The information that we offer on this page is not binding and Binter is not responsible for the decisions that are taken based on the information provided. Binter has compiled the data from public and private sources in order to inform its clients. Given the variable nature of this information, we cannot guarantee that it is updated at all times, for this reason we recommend that our passengers inquire on the official pages of each Autonomous Community or competent National Authorities in relation to the applicable rules in each case before the start of your trip.