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Our highest priority has always been the safety of our passengers and staff members. In the light of the foregoing, we constantly seek to ensure you a safe and pleasant stay on board.
According to the latest directives of the Italian Ministry of Transport, we have taken more stringent precautionary measures to safeguard our travelers’ and employees’ wellbeing.
From June 3, self-certification will not be required for flights entering Italy for passengers from the European Union and, more specifically Shengen Area. However, until June 15, self-certification will still be required for passengers from non-Schengen / EU countries, even if in transit in an EU / Schengen country. Latest updates to check before your departure are available on the official page of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International cooperation.
Note: “Social Distancing” guidelines (at least one meter distance between each person) are applicable only for selected flights.
In addition to confirming the previous entry bans for non-EU citizens, a 14-day quarantine obligation has been introduced for those entering Germany (EU citizens, citizens of a Schengen-associated state or long-term residents of Germany and their families).
Entry restrictions might be subject to change on short notice. We urgently ask you, before you start your journey, to inform yourself about the current regulations via the websites of the German Federal Police or the Robert-Koch-Institute.
We kindly recommend you to use a face mask on all your travels with Air Dolomiti and Lufthansa as of Monday, May 4, during your stay at the airport as well as onboard.
All Lufthansa Group cabin crew with direct customer contact will of course also be wearing appropriate protection. Together we can ensure that travel remains safe even in times of the Coronavirus.
We kindly ask you to bring your own face mask and, for the sake of sustainability, we recommend a reusable cloth mask. Of course, you may use any type of face covering, such as simple disposable masks or even scarves. We suggest to carry a mouth-nose cover throughout the entire journey and whenever the required minimum distance cannot be guaranteed, as additional protection for yourself and other passengers.
For now, wearing a face mask remains mandatory until August 31, 2020.
You may find further information on face coverings and other hygiene measures at the website of the Robert Koch Institute.