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What sanitary measures are in place at the airport?

In order to protect yourself and others, passengers and accompanying persons are asked to keep a safe distance of 1 metre and it is obligatory to wear a mask in the terminals.

All passengers must wear a single-use surgical, FFP1, FFP2 or FFP3 mask when boarding. (Decree n°2020-860 of 10 July 2020).

See sanitary measures at the airport.

Is it possible to do a PCR test at the airport?

Screening tests are offered free of charge to travellers with proof of travel.

These tests are carried out from 9am to 5pm every day in Hall A (arrival level) by the Civil Protection, provided you have proof of travel. 

Results are delivered within 24 to 72 hours in French. However, it is possible to have your results with a mention in English language, you just have to specify it during your visit.
If you have any problems receiving your results, you can contact the laboratory on 05 57 82 28 69 or the Pellegrin Hospital on 05 57 82 00 05.

The centre will be closed on 25 December 2020 and 1 January 2021.

Are there any travel restrictions related to coronavirus?

Travel is authorised between 6am and 6pm.
During the curfew established between 6pm and 6am, travel conditions are limited throughout the country except in the overseas territories. If you have to travel during the curfew, do not forget to bring your plane ticket and your travel certificate downloadable here.

Sanitary measures are established according to the host country. 
For country-specific information and recommendations, please visit the Travel Advice pages of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs. Simply select a country from the list for detailed information.

Find all the official answers to questions relating to the Covid-19 Coronavirus and recommendations for your health and travel on the platform



Do I have to do a Covid-19 test before flying?

It depends on your destination: check with the public bodies (embassies, consulates, etc.) in the country you are going to.
Also check with your airline company to find out what specific measures apply. 

PCR tests are compulsory for entering French territory, including for flights from the European Union and Overseas.

For domestic flights, no PCR test is compulsory. 

Are all terminals open?

No, all flights are currently operated from Hall A. Hall B and Billi Terminal are currently closed.

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