Current information on flight operations
Since 19 March 2020 all handling activities at Vienna Airport have been temporarily concentrated in Terminal 3 because of the reduced number of flights, protective face masks must be worn throughout the terminal. Access from Car Park 3 to the pharmacy and Terminal 3 will remain possible. All operationally necessary and operational departments will continue to be manned and accessible around the clock. The entire site and terminal buildings will be monitored and controlled by security personnel.
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INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
It is possible without restrictions for people to enter Austria from one of the following countries if they have their domicile or habitual place of residence in Austria or in one of these countries. In this regard, the person travelling to Austria must credibly show that he was not in any other country with the exception of Austria or one of the countries on the list. At present, they currently include the following countries: Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France with the exception of the Île-de-France and Provence-Alpes-Cote regions d'Azur, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Canada, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal with the exception of the Lisbon and Norte regions, Republic of Korea, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain - Canary Islands, Czech Republic with the exception of the region of Prague, Hungary, Uruguay, Vatican, United Kingdom, Cyprus. The COVID-19 situation in these countries was rated as being safe by the Austrian Federal Government.
COVID-19 test or 10-day quarantine when entering Austria from all other countries
In order to enter Austria from all other countries not on the above-mentioned list, they must either present a negative COVID-19 test (not older than 72 hours) or begin a ten-day quarantine period. A person who takes a COVID-19 test with negative results when entering Austria means the mandatory quarantine period is prematurely terminated. Passengers have the opportunity to take COVID-19 tests at Vienna Airport every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. without the necessity of registering in advance.
Passengers from the following COVID-19 risk areas cannot freely decide between a COVID-19 test or quarantine. In this case, negative COVID-19 test results must be presented when entering the country. This applies for travelling to Austria from: Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, France only the Île-de-France and Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur regions, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Kosovo, Croatia, Kuwait, Maldives, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Nigeria, Northern Macedonia, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Portugal only the regions Lisbon and Norte, Romania, Russian Federation, Senegal, Serbia, Spain Mainland and Balearic Islands, South Africa, Czech Republic only the region of Prague, Turkey, Ukraine, United States (USA) or the People's Republic of China - Hubei Province
Entry regulations of foreign countries
Prior to departure, travelers to Greece must duly register on the website of the Greek authorities https://travel.gov.gr/#/ and present the QR code received at check-in or boarding, as well as duly complete the Passenger Locator forms issued by the airline.
Coronavirus PCR Tests can now be carried out directly at vienna airportVienna Airport offers passengers the possibility to undergo molecular-biological COVID-19 testing (PCR test) directly on site at the airport after arriving in Austria. All informations can be found at www.viennaairport.com/pcrtest.
Vienna Airport works closely with the Austrian health authorities on an ongoing basis. Body temperature of all arriving passengers will be measured by health authorities at the airport.
Check-in, boarding and information desks are equipped with protection, distance markings are placed on the boarding areas and hand disinfection stands are set up. Passengers will be informed about these measures on site via announcements and information monitors in the terminal. In case of bus boarding, the number of passengers per bus will be limited in order to ensure that a sufficient safety distance is maintained.
Vienna Airport is also carrying out increased cleaning activities throughout the airport. Handrails, door handles and sanitary facilities are cleaned more frequently, also filters in ventilation systems are changed more frequently. Protective masks are required throughout the terminal for passengers and employees. People with afflictions can contact employees of Vienna Airport at any time.
For medical questions and symptoms, please call the health number 1450. For general questions about coronavirus, the hotline 0800 555 621 (from abroad +43 1 3860 555) is available. Further information on the coronavirus can be found on the homepage of the Ministry of Health or the AGES. Please note that this information is the current status. As it is not foreseeable how the situation will develop in the next days and weeks, changes may occur at short notice.