What general measures do I have to comply with to be able to travel?
RESTRICCIONESYou should avoid going to the airport if you have symptoms compatible with COVID-19 or are in a period of isolation or quarantine in accordance with current health guidelines.

MASCARILLAThe use of surgical or superior protection masks is mandatory for all passengers and people over 6 years of age on board the plane. The use of masks with valves, translucent or transparent, or electronic will not be allowed.

This obligation will not be enforceable on people who have any type of illness or respiratory difficulty that may be aggravated by the use of the mask or who, due to their disability or dependency, do not have the autonomy to remove the mask or have behavioral changes that make its use unfeasible as well as, due to the nature of the activities, the use of the mask is incompatible, in accordance with the indications of the health authorities. The medical reasons that allow exemptions in the use of a mask must be documented in a medical certificate issued by an appropriate specialist.

In any case, the recommendations and obligations issued by the competent health authorities must be respected in any journey.

What do I need to travel between the Canary Islands?

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.

What are the entry requirements for travelling to the Canary Islands from the rest of Spain?

There are currently no specific entry requirements. Consult here the complete information about the general measures to travel and the exceptions.

What are the entry requirements for travelling from the Canary Islands to the rest of Spain?

There are currently no specific entry requirements. Consult here the complete information about the general measures to travel and the exceptions. 

What are the entry requirements to the Canary Islands from internationals flights?

Click here for complete information on general travel measures and exceptions.

What are the requirements to travel to Funchal (Madeira)?

There are no Covid-19 requirements for the entry of passengers into the airports in the Madeira region.


FORMULARIO CERTIFICADO-1Have an EU Covid digital certificate proving that you are fully vaccinated or a Covid-19 recovery certificate issued at least 180 days before arrival.

ENLACE WEBUseful link

What are the requirements to travel to Dakar (Senegal)?

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 2 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


What are the requirements to travel to Nouakchott (Mauritania)?

Protocolo Sanitario Mauritania

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.


What are the requirements to travel to Agadir, El Aaiún, Dakhla, Marrakech, Guelmim (Morocco)?


FORMULARIOPresent health form: online form or printable form.

FORMULARIO CERTIFICADO-1 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.

*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.



Can I travel to Lille, Tolouse, Marseilles (France)?

All travelers over 12 years old entering France from Spain by any route must provide proof of one of the following circumstances:

  • Have received a full course of vaccination against Covid-19 from any of the vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): Pfizer/Comirnaty, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield, y Janssen.
  • Proof of a valid negative PCR test taken within 72 hour prior to the scheduled flight, or a negative antigens test taken within 48 hours prior to the scheduled flight.
  • Have had Covid-19 in the last six months. (Certificate of having overcome the disease, based on a positive PCR or antigen test, of more than 11 days and less than 6 months).

Failure to provide proof of one of these situations may result in boarding being refused.

In addition, before boarding the aircraft or during the flight, a sworn declaration must be completed certifying that he/she has no symptoms or contact with a Covid-19 positive case in the last 14 days and that, if required by the French authorities, he/she will be tested on arrival at the airport of entry into France.    

You can see the declaration here

Children under 12 years old are exempt from the test. A sworn declaration must also be presented.

Additional information

For people vaccinated with Pfizer/Comirnaty, Moderna, or AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield, the regimen will be considered complete if the second dose has been received at least 7 days before the trip, and for people vaccinated with Janssen -single dose- 28 days before.

In the case of people who have received the required doses of a vaccine approved by the World Health Organization, but NOT by the EMA (Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines), the vaccination schedule will be considered complete 7 days after receiving a additional dose of an EMA-recognized mRNA vaccine.

When doses of vaccines not recognized by the WHO or the EMA have been received, the vaccination schedule will not be considered complete until two doses of an mRNA vaccine have been received.

-Over 18 years: 9 months after the administration of the last required dose, an additional dose (booster) must be received so that the vaccination schedule continues to be considered complete for the purposes of entry into French territory

Useful links:

Can I travel to Torino, Venezia (Italy)?

Travelers can enter Italy without being subject to quarantine if they present all of the following documents:

  1. FORMULARIOFilling in the EU digital passenger location form before traveling

  2. FORMULARIO CERTIFICADO-1An "EU COVID-19 Digital Certificate" (EUDCC) or equivalent documents, containing one of the following documents:

    Full proof of vaccination .
    Accepted vaccines: European Medicines Agency (EMA) approved vaccines: Comirnaty (BioNTech and Pfizer), Nuvaxovid (Novavax), Spikevax (Moderna), Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca), Janssen COVID-19 vaccine; vaccines considered equivalent in Italy: Covishield, Fiocruz, R-Covi.
    Validity: 270 days (9 months) after completion of the primary vaccination series. Vaccination certificates with booster doses are valid until further notice.
    Note: to access public places in Italy, certificates with a complete series of primary vaccination are valid for 6 months .


    proof of recovery from COVID-19 .
    Validity: 180 days (6 months) from the first positive swab.


    a negative result to a pre-departure molecular test (valid for 72 hours) or a rapid antigen test (valid for 48 hours).

Travelers who are not holders of an EUDCC must present documents that meet the same criteria:


Travelers without valid proof of vaccination, proof of COVID-19 recovery, or negative test results will be required to self- isolate for five days , at the address indicated on the passenger locator form, and take an antigen or molecular test at the end of the self-isolation period.


Children under the age of 6 are exempt from pre-departure screening requirements and the obligation to self-isolate.

Children 6 years and older must abide by the same rules as adults.


Until March 31, travelers will be able to undergo molecular or rapid random tests at the time of entry. If the test result is positive, travelers will have to quarantine for 10 days, at the expense of their account.



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.