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Airlines Updates
Published on 21.07.2021
Eurowings Discover plans to open Munich hub in 2022
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/eurowings-discover-plans-to-open-munich-hub-in-2022-1080908
Published on 19.07.2021
Tel Aviv Air, A New German Airline Flying To Israel
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/news/tel-aviv-air/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.07.2021
Eurowings Discover plans to open Munich hub in 2022
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/eurowings-discover-plans-to-open-munich-hub-in-2022-1080908
Published on 19.07.2021
Tel Aviv Air, A New German Airline Flying To Israel
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/news/tel-aviv-air/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.07.2021
Eurowings Discover plans to open Munich hub in 2022
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/eurowings-discover-plans-to-open-munich-hub-in-2022-1080908
Published on 19.07.2021
Tel Aviv Air, A New German Airline Flying To Israel
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/news/tel-aviv-air/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.07.2021
Eurowings Discover plans to open Munich hub in 2022
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/eurowings-discover-plans-to-open-munich-hub-in-2022-1080908
Published on 19.07.2021
Tel Aviv Air, A New German Airline Flying To Israel
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/news/tel-aviv-air/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.07.2021
Eurowings Discover plans to open Munich hub in 2022
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/eurowings-discover-plans-to-open-munich-hub-in-2022-1080908
Published on 19.07.2021
Tel Aviv Air, A New German Airline Flying To Israel
Source: https://onemileatatime.com/news/tel-aviv-air/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 12.07.2021
Latest News: Government to increase border checks, require ‘health passport’ for long-distance train, bus travel and introduce other measures to stem increase in COVID-19 cases (Europa.EU, 13.07.2021).
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Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 08.07.2021
Lufthansa to reactivate nearly all routes by Sep-21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-reactivate-nearly-all-routes-by-september-2021-07-08/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 07.07.2021
Eurowings is adding new destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/eurowings/eurowings-is-adding-new-destinations-from-dusseldorf-cologne-bonn-stuttgart-and-salzburg/
Published on 06.07.2021
Eurowings to offer flights between Yerevan and Cologne
Source: https://en.armradio.am/2021/07/06/eurowings-to-offer-flights-between-yerevan-and-cologne/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 01.07.2021
Eurowings to expand operations to northern Sweden with new direct routes to Stuttgart from Kiruna and Luleå
Source: https://www.anna.aero/2021/07/01/eurowings-to-expand-operations-to-northern-sweden-with-new-direct-routes-to-stuttgart-from-kiruna-and-lulea/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 30.06.2021
Lufthansa adds Munich to Dubai route
Source: https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2021/06/30/lufthansa-adds-munich-to-dubai-route/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 28.06.2021
Lufthansa to operate direct flights to Cork for first time in 18 years
Source: https://www.bignewsnetwork.com/news/270084914/lufthansa-to-operate-direct-flights-to-cork-for-first-time-in-18-years
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 25.06.2021
Lufthansa Group confirms intent to consolidate position in Latin American market
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/news/lufthansa-group-confirms-intent-to-consolidate-position-in-latin-american-market-1076045
Published on 24.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between North Carolina’s Charlotte Douglas Airport and Munich from 03JUL21
Source: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article252330428.html
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 23.06.2021
Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of Jul-21
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/networks/lufthansa-tentatively-reinstates-full-us-network-from-second-half-of-july/144282.article
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
Lufthansa breaks tradition: why customers will soon have to pay more.
Source: https://bioprepwatch.com/lufthansa-breaks-tradition-why-customers-will-soon-have-to-pay-more/
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa resumes flights between Frankfurt and Dallas
Source: https://www.star-telegram.com/news/business/aviation/article251034699.html
Published on 21.06.2021
Lufthansa will accept vaccination QR codes for flight check-in
Source: https://www.phocuswire.com/lufthansa-will-accept-vaccinaton-qr-codes-for-flight-check-in?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=15712af334fcf469d2bf52f84484582d7d5f66d2-1624274330-0-ASBBdagWH88Ygvh_i7XmAUi4CP1DTpkrvM629PkqrHtadMQuXDeb7Eadt8YrukGCuSsAd_1wDLkbsxcSm_GduowUY0M7abvysL3maly045sWnkHkPwP1B0cu2Q2h3kDnzrWK33o6HFe0tCRKZD6MWQH9M173XH_wPDEPrLGBma5YzDx1Otp9Vc7c-rtxhy40QM2SGMJoqSB6iRJEw9J_VeEIlcIk0phXM-_WG_vlu3dzRu-KS4u-7SEZr0WLwY-uW_NTlX9mWnxZlInJ7hokUtyeADSvxxNwyRJoEwFuotk6CET_3fzXP28wptd5bwvatT8DWV1QuYpgCeoMdb9GIHagc8HtLBKEwmgJg0SqI13dzDivHBQgEvkfe_u7nc3CiS_jA-RI9PEqj3sH38xnVNuJAK8YdearHwrR5kMb30Mw6Z8dHWVL7_GCjBVYsANZ1F-9LQcNK-XnbTr1cHK6XNWSRwQ-cfj1oOEn_YUb6MBcOnkh6ZrZUeAZ0Oma9jrCx97yx0WNT70EUzRyDGIMKYB_JG_BcEkaNtJjCZs1O3sSVQ2utRFZwYIRbYND0d8TkTkH_Hws8RncTi8ktf-n6U6WXOtqFCsOukEyjKS49o60YCE3oOZYIFqXgXoJKdPfHREJdqfr_OzRepPYujBDkWQEzlULVVxiHfnkBa9d2Y5brWEzzR8jjoVKd-9qwlV-r4DK85tOcQ5R2pksgtgSzrQ
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 16.06.2021
Slow Recovery in Long-Haul Travel Weighs Heavily on Emirates, Lufthansa
Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/slow-recovery-in-long-haul-travel-weighs-heavily-on-emirates-lufthansa-11623761429
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Lufthansa launches ‘test, drop & fly’ drive-through service
Source: https://www.futuretravelexperience.com/2021/06/lufthansa-launches-test-drop-fly-drive-through-service/
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 15.06.2021
Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Airline, Eurowings, To Open Base In Prague
Source: https://www.hospitalityireland.com/general-industry/lufthansas-low-cost-airline-eurowings-to-open-base-in-prague-136262
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 14.06.2021
Lufthansa set to resume flights from Frankfurt to Namibia, Zimbabwe
Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/german-airline-lufthansa-returns-to-zimbabwe/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=38fb3f002150c0f25b1189a37ee3a9bb51c901d0-1623663085-0-AfxQIUJrlDNXVLHL_eQgkq61c5OI40Lv9NT1_5eNUvsBFckdP1DJwcU438rU35fnvNeZDlurgijyesQLV00kv_HEwoqbpdRmoTGkqcMJx3ioz_gJzp-fWjmA0A55HKVVrxYAH5QXSsjX1dTbvt27gJtdKSwMDSaDr7wVQ710iMgHkfE-IgFKZmKatQdqBHqvY1Hd87ahtB1dH1rph5agCKLFJI62XXSPTI32fnxEVvG9Q_rsyQiWFX5ZwZ85ee_20HDiJpry5Eisvtu9YtIsJDWQljFBeAUbHgIM6WlQ_HowI11fNPTjrpMZDLKbVmw9AvzPbIpUzOAp_2kbpYlVzpHtAXkx24qHVoBIQxu1F_XzQ7Vqqc43PNKrSRHZJ55TV7uOWgkaLprkiwHDuMI6VawEN9CS3-I7Ma1AABk1Fw-0b4EHRWupUkr75qSAp7lZIn0JYwHm0F_7ngJfQWPFH68yYbbYQGahUfCt02w05A-3gP6DBxSGkiUfE76fm6Ao6MU8ZeJK5DvzQd7_y4XXOTGmwiZZRS12vPOYb3k2FvsyS5IM7cefpi9WiMPHU4dzOZuwzyap5VfUFHHgzVfR5RCW6zKMGqaiSAreqYK2hangOX2uQe0O7SyjSX3xfSDJ5YH9jrL5ZMXxgXSfLb-NZTOFlOynsHKmcjY-hxWXPtAn
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 12.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume flights between Tehran and Vienna from 17 July
Source: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/461846/Lufthansa-to-resume-Vienna-Tehran-flights
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 11.06.2021
Eurowings and Oman Air entered Georgian aviation market
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37129-georgian-air-traffic-recovering-at-fast-pace.html
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk
Published on 02.06.2021
Lufthansa will resume direct flights to India
Source: https://www.india.com/business/international-flights-news-today-2-june-2021-this-country-resumes-international-flights-to-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-4708542/
Published on 25.05.2021
Minsk airport suspends boarding of Lufthansa flight, over security concerns.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/belarus-politics-minsk-airport-idUSR4N2M507D
Published on 24.05.2021
From 03JUN21-06JUN21 Lufthansa is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Source: https://worldairlinenews.com/2021/05/23/lufthansa-offers-even-more-flights-to-the-sun/
Published on 21.05.2021
Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and SWISS to resume Tel Aviv flights on 30MAY21
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM08B
Published on 20.05.2021
Ryanair to add 24 new routes from Germany for the summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/ryanair-germany/ryanair-to-add-24-new-routes-from-germany-for-the-summer-idUSS8N2MF076
Published on 19.05.2021
Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/lufthansa-sees-surge-demand-transatlantic-europe-flights-2021-05-18/
Published on 18.05.2021
Lufthansa launches surprising new route between New York Newark and Malta
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-cargo/lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-launches-surprising-new-route-between-new-york-newark-and-malta
Published on 17.05.2021
Lufthansa to operate its 10 weekly flights between India and Germany via Bahrain instead of Dubai due to UAE restrictions.
Source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/lufthansa-to-operate-flights-between-india-and-germany-via-bahrain-121051600609_1.html
Published on 14.05.2021
Lufthansa extends its suspension of flights to Tel Aviv until 17 May because of security concerns
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/israel-palestinians-lufthansa-idUSS8N2MM07O
Published on 12.05.2021
Lufthansa Group Airlines extend until 31 July the option to change reservations without a rebooking fee.
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/lufthansa-group/lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lufthansa-group-airlines-extend-option-to-change-reservations-without-a-rebooking-fee
Published on 11.05.2021
Lufthansa aims for 3 billion euro capital increase to repay bailout.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lufthansa-capital-exclusive-idUSKBN2CR1TC
Published on 07.05.2021
Namibia: from JUN21-JUL21, Lufthansa will service their Windhoek-Frankfurt route; from AUG21 Eurowings Discover will service route.
Source: https://neweralive.na/posts/windhoek-frankfurt-route-to-open-by-august
Published on 05.05.2021
Lufthansa bets Germany’s Mittelstand will rescue business travel.
Source: https://www.ft.com/content/ff492de6-6bd6-4082-ba04-9a535d40dbf9
Published on 03.05.2021
Lufthansa offers more than 100 holiday destinations this summer.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-lufthansa-travel-idUKKBN2CI3HA?edition-redirect=uk

Published on 19.01.2021
Lufthansa reaches deal with Eurowings on jobs -union.
Lufthansa forced to cut back on its South African flights

Published on 18.01.2021
German airline Condor releases Winter 2021/22 flight plan.

Published on 09.11.2020
Lufthansa suspends Flights to Sarajevo until 2021 Summer Season

Published on 28.10.2020
Lufthansa resumes weekly flights between Maldvies, Germany

Published on 27.10.2020
Lufthansa resumes flights between Munich and Zagreb

Published on 24.10.2020
Eurowings resumes flights to the Canary Islands

22.10.2020 Eurowings in the first quarter of 2021 schedules additional new routes, mainly focusing on Spain and Cyprus. Planned operation as follows.

Cologne – Malaga eff 18MAR21 2 weekly A320 (A319 from 28MAR21)
Dusseldorf – Larnaca eff 13FEB21 1 weekly A320 (A319 from 03APR21)
Hamburg – Malaga eff 27FEB21 2 weekly A320 (A319 from 28MAR21)
Hamburg – Valencia eff 17MAR21 2 weekly A320 (3 weekly A319 from 30MAR21)

Published on 21.10.2020
Lufthansa resumes Shenyang / Beijing service in late-Oct 2020
India-Germany flights resume after 3 weeks
Lufthansa from late-October 2020 plans to resume service to Shenyang and Beijing, initially operating Frankfurt – Shenyang – Beijing Capital – Frankfurt triangle routing, from 27OCT20. Airbus A340-300 aircraft to operate this route once weekly.

LH720 FRA1650 – 1000+1SHE 343 2
LH721 SHE0740 – 0930PEK1120 – 1525FRA 343 4

On LH721, the airline does not have passenger traffic rights originating from Shenyang. As of 20OCT20, Lufthansa maintains its plan to resume nonstop Frankfurt – Beijing Capital route twice weekly from December 2020.

Lufthansa at the launch of winter 2020/21 season is expanding codeshare partnership with SunExpress, as additional 4 routes operated by the latter will begin displaying Lufthansa’s LH-coded flight numbers from 25OCT20. Planned new codeshare routes include the following.

Lufthansa operated by SunExpress
Frankfurt – Ankara
Frankfurt – Antalya
Frankfurt – Izmir
Munich – Antalya

Published on 16.10.2020
Lufthansa schedules final Berlin Tegel flight with A350 on 07NOV20
Russia and Germany announce resumption of flights to Cuba

Lufthansa earlier this month filed changes to its Intercontinental network for Northern winter 2020/21 season. As the airline already filed additional adjustment for the month of November, the following planned operation focuses on 01DEC20 – 27MAR21, as of 13OCT20.

Additional changes remain possible.

Frankfurt – Abuja – Port Harcourt 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Addis Ababa Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Almaty Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Atlanta eff 01MAR21 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly. A340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Austin Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Baku Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Bangalore A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Bangkok Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 747-8I operating
Frankfurt – Beijing Capital Reduce from 6-7 to 3 weekly, A340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Beirut Reduce from 6-7 to 3 weekly, A321neo
Frankfurt – Bogota eff 03DEC20 Reduce from 5-7 to 3 weekly, A340-300 replaces -600
Frankfurt – Boston Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 replaces 747-400 (7 weekly from 01MAR21)
Frankfurt – Buenos Aires Ezeiza Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, 747-8I operating
Frankfurt – Cairo Reduce from 10 to 7 weekly, A321neo
Frankfurt – Cancun 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Cape Town Reduce from 5 to 3 weekly, A340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Casablanca Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Chennai Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A350-900XWB replaces 747-8I
Frankfurt – Dallas/Ft. Worth Reduce from 6-7 to 3 weekly, A330-300/340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Dammam – Bahrain 2 weekly A330-300 until 27DEC20
Frankfurt – Delhi A340-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Denver Service cancelled in NW20 (Previous plan: A330-300 replaces 747-400)
Frankfurt – Detroit eff 02DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly. A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – Dubai A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Erbil Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Hong Kong Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A340-300 replaces 747-8I
Frankfurt – Houston A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Johannesburg Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 747-8I operating
Frankfurt – Kuwait City – Bahrain 2 weekly A330-300 (until 29DEC20)
Frankfurt – Kuwait City – Dammam eff 02JAN21 Routing resumes, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – Lagos – Malabo Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – Los Angeles Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A350-900XWB replaces 747-8I
Frankfurt – Luanda Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly, A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – Male 2 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Mexico City Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 747-8I operating (7 weekly from 01MAR21)
Frankfurt – Miami A340-300 replaces 747-400, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly
Frankfurt – Mumbai A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Nagoya Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Nairobi 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Nanjing Reduce from 3 to 1 weekly, A340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Newark A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – New York JFK Reduce from 2 daily to 5 weekly (7 weekly from 01MAR21), A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – Nur-Sultan – Almaty Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Orlando eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly. A340-300 replaces 747-400
Frankfurt – Panama City Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Philadelphia eff 02DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 5-7 to 3 weekly, A330-300 operating (5 weekly from 01MAR21)
Frankfurt – Qingdao Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Rio de Janeiro Galeao Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Riyadh 3 weekly A330-300 until 28DEC20
Frankfurt – Riyadh – Bahrain eff 02JAN21 Routing resumes, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly. A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – San Diego Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – San Francisco A340-300 replaces -600, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly (5 weekly from 01MAR21)
Frankfurt – San Jose (Costa Rica) Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly, A340-300 operating
Frankfurt – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily 747-8I
Frankfurt – Seattle Reduce from 5 to 3 weekly, A330-300 operating
Frankfurt – Seoul Incheon eff 02MAR21 Service resumption, A340-300 replaces 747-400, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly
Frankfurt – Shanghai Pu Dong Reduce from 7 to 2 weekly, 747-8I operating (3 weekly from 06MAR21)
Frankfurt – Shenyang Service cancelled in NW20
Frankfurt – Singapore A340-300 replaces 747-8I, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly (7 weekly from 28FEB21)
Frankfurt – Tampa eff 02MAR21 Service resumption, reduce from 6 to 3 weekly. A330-300 replaces A340-300
Frankfurt – Tehran Imam Khomeini eff 14DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly. A340-300 operating (5 weekly from 02FEB21, 7 weekly from 01MAR21)
Frankfurt – Tel Aviv Reduce from 3 to 1 daily, A321neo
Frankfurt – Tokyo Haneda A350-900XWB replaces 747-8I, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly (7 weekly from 01MAR21. A350 operates from 02DEC20; Previous plan: A340-300)
Frankfurt – Toronto A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Vancouver A330-300 replaces 747-400, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly (7 weekly from 01MAR21)
Frankfurt – Washington Dulles A330-300 replaces 747-400, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly (7 weekly from 01MAR21)
Munich – Bangalore Service cancelled in NW20
Munich – Beijing Capital eff 01MAR21 Service resumption, reduce from 5 to 2 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Cape Town eff 13DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 5-6 to 3-4 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Charlotte Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Chicago O’Hare Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A350-900XWB operating (3 weekly 18NOV20 – 02DEC20)
Munich – Delhi 1 daily A350-900XWB
Munich – Hong Kong Service cancelled in NW20
Munich – Los Angeles Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Mexico City Service cancelled in NW20
Munich – Miami Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Montreal Reduce from 5 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating (5 weekly from 01MAR21)
Munich – Mumbai Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Newark Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Munich – New York JFK Service cancelled in NW20
Munich – Osaka Kansai eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Munich – San Francisco eff 01MAR21 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Sao Paulo Guarulhos Service cancelled in NW20
Munich – Seoul Incheon 5 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Shanghai Pu Dong Reduce from 7 to 2 weekly, A350-900XWB operating (3 weekly from 02MAR21)
Munich – Singapore Service cancelled in NW20
Munich – Tel Aviv eff 15DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly. A320 operating
Munich – Tokyo Haneda eff 01MAR21 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Munich – Washington Dulles Service cancelled in NW20

Lufthansa earlier this month adjusted planned Intercontinental network for November 2020. As of 13OCT20, planned operation as follows. Travel restrictions may continue to impact the airline’s passenger traffic rights on selected routes, in certain direction.

Additional changes remain possible.

Frankfurt – Abuja – Port Harcourt 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Bangkok 3 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Beijing Capital 2 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Beirut 3 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Boston 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Buenos Aires Ezeiza 3 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Cairo 1 daily A321neo
Frankfurt – Cancun 2 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Cape Town 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Chennai 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare 1 daily A350-900XWB
Frankfurt – Dammam – Bahrain 2 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Delhi 5 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Dubai 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Hong Kong 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Houston 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Johannesburg 3 weekly 747-8I (5 weekly from 18NOV20)
Frankfurt – Kuwait City – Bahrain 2 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Lagos – Malabo 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Los Angeles 5 weekly A350-900XWB
Frankfurt – Luanda 2 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Male 2 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Mexico City 5 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Miami 5 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Mumbai 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Nairobi 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Nanjing 1 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Newark 1 daily A330-300
Frankfurt – New York JFK 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Riyadh 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – San Francisco 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – San Jose (Costa Rica) 2 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 5 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Seattle 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Singapore 1 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Tel Aviv 1 daily A321neo
Frankfurt – Tokyo Haneda 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Toronto 1 daily A330-300/340-300
Frankfurt – Tunis 3 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Vancouver 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Washington Dulles 5 weekly A330-300
Munich – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly A350-900XWB (3 weekly from 18NOV20)
Munich – Delhi 5 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Denver 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Los Angeles 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Newark 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Seoul Incheon 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 weekly A350-900XWB

Published on 14.10.2020
Lufthansa Nov 2020 Intercontinental network as of 13OCT19

12.10.2020 Condor during the month of November 2020 schedules following short-haul network, majority operated by Airbus A320 aircraft. Following operation is based on information as of 09OCT20, further changes remain highly possible.

Dusseldorf – Fuerteventura 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Irakleion 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Kalamata 1 weekly
Dusseldorf – Santa Cruz de la Palma 1 weekly
Dusseldorf – Tenerife South 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Fuerteventura 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Irakleion 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Lanzarote 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Larnaca 1 weekly A321 (until 07NOV20)
Frankfurt – Santa Cruz de la Palma 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Tenerife South 2 weekly
Hamburg – Fuerteventura 3 weekly
Hamburg – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 3 weekly
Hamburg – Lanzarote 1 weekly
Hamburg – Tenerife South 2 weekly
Leipzig – Fuerteventura 1 weekly
Leipzig – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 2 weekly
Leipzig – Tenerife South 2 weekly
Munich – Fuerteventura 1 weekly (until 07NOV20)
Munich – Irakleion 2 weekly (selected dates 757)
Munich – Kalamata 1 weekly
Munich – Kos 1 weekly (until 08NOV20)
Munich – Rhodes 1 weekly (until 08NOV20)

Condor in Northern winter 2020/21 season once again resumes long-haul service, initially serving Varadero in Cuba, on board Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Planned operation includes the following.

Dusseldorf – Varadero eff 03NOV20 3 weekly
DE2204 DUS1245 – 1750VRA 76W 256
DE2205 VRA2350 – 1455+1DUS 76W 256

Frankfurt – Varadero eff 31OCT20 3 weekly
DE2198 FRA1200 – 1720VRA 76W 256
DE2199 VRA1920 – 1100+1FRA 76W 256

Eurowings last week opened reservation for its planned new service to The Middle East. Previously reported on Airlineroute, the airline plans to offer service to Beirut and Erbil. Service launch has been moved forward to late-December 2020, upon the opening of ticket sales. Revised operation as follows.

Berlin – Beirut eff 19DEC20 2 weekly A320
EW8980 BER0825 – 1325BEY 320 2
EW8980 BER1205 – 1705BEY 320 6

EW8981 BEY1430 – 1745BER 320 2
EW8981 BEY1815 – 2130BER 320 6

Dusseldorf – Beirut eff 22DEC20 1 weekly A319 (2 weekly A320 from 02JAN21)
EW9980 DUS1130 – 1645BEY 320 2
EW9980 DUS1205 – 1720BEY 320 6

EW9981 BEY1800 – 2150DUS 320 2
EW9981 BEY1835 – 2225DUS 320 6

Dusseldorf – Erbil eff 19DEC20 1 weekly A319 (2 weekly A320 from 12JAN21)
EW9978 DUS0730 – 1415EBL 320 26
EW9979 EBL1515 – 1825DUS 320 26

Stuttgart – Beirut eff 02FEB21 1 weekly A320
EW2980 STR1015 – 1500BEY 32A 2
EW2981 BEY1600 – 1925STR 32A 2

Published on 06.10.2020
Lufthansa will resume flights between Frankfurt and Buenos Aires from 25 October

Published on 29.09.2020
Lufthansa cancels all India flights from 30 September 30 to 20 October

Published on 28.09.2020
Eurowings/Lufthansa closes Munich – Bangkok W20 reservations as of 25SEP20

10.09.2020 Lufthansa today (08SEP20) filed additional changes to its Intercontinental operation for Northern winter 2020/21 season. Latest adjustment focuses on aircraft changes, as the airline removes Boeing 747-400 aircraft from scheduled operation during winter season.

Additional changes to be filed in the next few weeks.

Frankfurt – Bangalore A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Beijing Capital A340-300 replaces -600, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Boston A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Delhi A340-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Denver A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Dubai A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Hong Kong A340-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Houston A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Miami A340-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Mumbai A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Newark A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – New York JFK LH400/401 A330-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily (LH404/405 remains closed for reservation)
Frankfurt – Orlando A340-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – San Francisco A340-300 replaces -600, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Seoul Incheon A340-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Singapore A340-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Tokyo Haneda A340-300 replaces 747-8I, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Toronto A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Vancouver A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Frankfurt – Washington Dulles A330-300 replaces 747-400, 1 daily

Revised 747-8I operation:
Frankfurt – Bangkok
Frankfurt – Buenos Aires Ezeiza
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare (LH430/431)
Frankfurt – Johannesburg
Frankfurt – Los Angeles
Frankfurt – Mexico City
Frankfurt – Sao Paulo Guarulhos
Frankfurt – Shanghai Pu Dong

Updated list of routes not available for reservation:
Frankfurt – Addis Ababa
Frankfurt – Austin
Frankfurt – Baku
Frankfurt – Casablanca
Frankfurt – Erbil
Frankfurt – Nagoya
Frankfurt – Panama City
Frankfurt – Qingdao
Frankfurt – Rio de Janeiro Galeao
Frankfurt – San Diego
Frankfurt – Shenyang
Munich – Bangalore
Munich – Hong Kong
Munich – Mexico City
Munich – New York JFK
Munich – Sao Paulo Guarulhos
Munich – Singapore
Munich – Washington Dulles

Published on 02.09.2020
Lufthansa September 2020 Boeing 747 Scheduled Passenger operations as of 30AUG20

Published on 27.08.2020
Eurowings re-opens Munich – Bangkok reservations from late-Oct 2020

26.08.2020 Lufthansa this month gradually filed planned European operations for Winter 2020/21 season, based number of flights available for reservation, between 25OCT20 and 27MAR21. As of 1000GMT 22AUG20, filed changes includes the following.

Following routes are not available for reservation for entire winter season until 27MAR21 inclusive:
Frankfurt – Bordeaux 5 weekly
Frankfurt – Bydgoszcz 7 weekly
Frankfurt – Cluj 6 weekly
Frankfurt – Florence 7 weekly
Frankfurt – Genoa 3 weekly
Frankfurt – Leipzig 34 weekly
Frankfurt – Muenster 27 weekly
Frankfurt – Palermo 1 weekly (no operation already scheduled for 10JAN21 – 13FEB21)
Frankfurt – Pamplona 4 weekly
Frankfurt – Santiago de Compostela 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Timisoara 7 weekly
Frankfurt – Zagreb 14 weekly
Munich – Dubrovnik 4 weekly
Munich – Edinburgh 3 weekly
Munich – Katowice 7 weekly
Munich – Ljubljana 7 weekly
Munich – Minsk 1 weekly
Munich – Moscow Domodedovo 14 weekly
Munich – Newcastle 6 weekly
Munich – Nuremberg 26 weekly
Munich – Rostock 10 weekly
Munich – St. Petersburg 6 weekly
Munich – Stuttgart 34 weekly
Munich – Tallinn 3 weekly
Munich – Thessaloniki 3 weekly
Munich – Tromso 2 weekly (seasonal from 12DEC20)

Operational frequencies listed below is based on number of flights available for reservation. As figures is based on the week of 09NOV20, frequency variation may occur on certain weeks. In the parenthesis, number of weekly flights listed is based on default schedule for November 2020, with variations throughout the season.

Frankfurt – Amsterdam 21 weekly flights available for reservations (43 weekly flights listed)
Frankfurt – Athens 14 weekly (21)
Frankfurt – Barcelona 35 weekly (49)
Frankfurt – Bari 1 weekly (4)
Frankfurt – Basel/Mulhouse 12 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Belgrade 10 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Berlin 45 weekly (139)
Frankfurt – Bilbao 14 weekly (20)
Frankfurt – Billund 14 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Birmingham 13 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Bologna 13 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Bremen 18 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Brussels 24 weekly (45)
Frankfurt – Bucharest 14 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Budapest 21 weekly (40)
Frankfurt – Catania 1 weekly (2)
Frankfurt – Chisinau 1 weekly (4)
Frankfurt – Copenhagen 26 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Dresden 19 weekly (34)
Frankfurt – Dublin 16 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Dusseldorf 14 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Edinburgh 5 weekly (12)
Frankfurt – Faro 2 weekly (2)
Frankfurt – Friedrichshafen 12 weekly (27)
Frankfurt – Funchal 1 weekly (1)
Frankfurt – Gdansk 12 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Geneva 12 weekly (21)
Frankfurt – Glasgow 3 weekly (12)
Frankfurt – Gothenburg 17 weekly (34)
Frankfurt – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 2 weekly (2)
Frankfurt – Graz 16 weekly (26)
Frankfurt – Hamburg 32 weekly (106)
Frankfurt – Hannover 16 weekly (42)
Frankfurt – Helsinki 16 weekly (21)
Frankfurt – Irakleion 1 weekly (1; no operation 15NOV20 – 05MAR21)
Frankfurt – Istanbul 7 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Ivalo 1 weekly (1; seasonal service from 19DEC20)
Frankfurt – Katowice 9 weekly (19)
Frankfurt – Krakow 21 weekly (27)
Frankfurt – Kuusamo 1 weekly (1; seasonal service from 19DEC20)
Frankfurt – Kyiv Borispil 14 weekly (20)
Frankfurt – Larnaca 3 weekly (3)
Frankfurt – Linz 12 weekly (20; Figure not including codeshare operated by Air Dolomiti)
Frankfurt – Lisbon 20 weekly (20)
Frankfurt – Ljubljana 14 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – London City 13 weekly (20)
Frankfurt – London Heathrow 38 weekly (84)
Frankfurt – Luxembourg 14 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Lyon 16 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Madrid 21 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Malaga 6 weekly (6)
Frankfurt – Malta 9 weekly (11)
Frankfurt – Manchester 15 weekly (34)
Frankfurt – Marseille 14 weekly (20)
Frankfurt – Milan Linate 28 weekly (41)
Frankfurt – Milan Malpensa 14 weekly (39)
Frankfurt – Minsk 7 weekly (11)
Frankfurt – Moscow Domodedovo 12 weekly (21)
Frankfurt – Munich 30 weekly (96)
Frankfurt – Naples 6 weekly (7)
Frankfurt – Nice 14 weekly (21)
Frankfurt – Nuremberg 19 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Oslo 21 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Palma Mallorca 11 weekly (15)
Frankfurt – Paris CDG 22 weekly (47)
Frankfurt – Porto 14 weekly (21)
Frankfurt – Poznan 14 weekly (20)
Frankfurt – Prague 21 weekly (34)
Frankfurt – Reykjavik Keflavik 1 weekly (3)
Frankfurt – Riga 10 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Rome 19 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Salzburg 16 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Seville 3 weekly (4)
Frankfurt – Sofia 14 weekly (19)
Frankfurt – St. Petersburg 12 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Stockholm Arlanda 21 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Stuttgart 21 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Tallinn 13 weekly (19)
Frankfurt – Tenerife South 2 weekly (2)
Frankfurt – Thessaloniki 3 weekly (4)
Frankfurt – Tirana 5 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Toulouse 11 weekly (26)
Frankfurt – Tromso 1 weekly from 19DEC20 (2)
Frankfurt – Valencia 14 weekly (19)
Frankfurt – Venice 25 weekly (35)
Frankfurt – Vienna 24 weekly (42)
Frankfurt – Vilnius 10 weekly (14)
Frankfurt – Warsaw 23 weekly (28)
Frankfurt – Wroclaw 14 weekly (27)
Frankfurt – Zurich 21 weekly (42)
Munich – Amsterdam 25 weekly available for reservations (40 weekly flights listed)
Munich – Ancona 7 weekly (20)
Munich – Athens 14 weekly (16)
Munich – Barcelona 19 weekly (34)
Munich – Basel/Mulhouse 13 weekly (34)
Munich – Belgrade 7 weekly (14)
Munich – Berlin 67 weekly (106)
Munich – Bilbao 20 weekly (27)
Munich – Birmingham 11 weekly (19)
Munich – Bremen 29 weekly (43)
Munich – Brussels 31 weekly (46)
Munich – Bucharest 14 weekly (21)
Munich – Budapest 18 weekly (32)
Munich – Catania 1 weekly (2)
Munich – Cluj 12 weekly (14)
Munich – Cologne 40 weekly (69)
Munich – Copenhagen 20 weekly (33)
Munich – Debrecen 3 weekly (5)
Munich – Dublin 6 weekly (13)
Munich – Dusseldorf 68 weekly (109)
Munich – Faro 2 weekly (2)
Munich – Fuerteventura 1 weekly (1)
Munich – Funchal 1 weekly (1)
Munich – Gdansk 10 weekly (14)
Munich – Geneva 19 weekly (33)
Munich – Genoa 7 weekly (13)
Munich – Gothenburg 7 weekly (21)
Munich – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 1 weekly (1)
Munich – Graz 12 weekly (21; Figure not including codeshare operated by Air Dolomiti)
Munich – Hamburg 78 weekly (121)
Munich – Hannover 33 weekly (58)
Munich – Helsinki 11 weekly (21)
Munich – Kittila 1 weekly (1; seasonal service from 12DEC20)
Munich – Krakow 14 weekly (21)
Munich – Kyiv Borispil 7 weekly (15)
Munich – Larnaca 6 weekly (7)
Munich – Leipzig 11 weekly (26)
Munich – Lisbon 7 weekly (13)
Munich – London Heathrow 27 weekly (61)
Munich – Luxembourg 12 weekly (24)
Munich – Lviv 5 weekly (7)
Munich – Lyon 13 weekly (27)
Munich – Madrid 13 weekly (27)
Munich – Malaga 3 weekly (3)
Munich – Malta 1 weekly (4)
Munich – Manchester 12 weekly (25)
Munich – Marseille 13 weekly (27)
Munich – Milan Malpensa 23 weekly (32)
Munich – Muenster 24 weekly (32)
Munich – Nantes 6 weekly (13)
Munich – Naples 7 weekly (21)
Munich – Nice 10 weekly (21)
Munich – Oslo 11 weekly (21)
Munich – Paderborn 15 weekly (24)
Munich – Palermo 1 weekly (3)
Munich – Palma Mallorca 2 weekly (3)
Munich – Paris CDG 13 weekly (45)
Munich – Paris Orly 14 weekly (14)
Munich – Porto 5 weekly (11)
Munich – Poznan 6 weekly (18)
Munich – Prague 12 weekly (27)
Munich – Rome 21 weekly (35)
Munich – Rzeszow 6 weekly (13)
Munich – Sarajevo 6 weekly (7)
Munich – Seville 3 weekly (4)
Munich – Sibiu 10 weekly (14)
Munich – Sofia 14 weekly (21)
Munich – Stockholm Arlanda 20 weekly (33)
Munich – Strasbourg 5 weekly (5)
Munich – Tenerife South 2 weekly (2)
Munich – Timisoara 12 weekly (21)
Munich – Toulouse 16 weekly (26)
Munich – Trieste 6 weekly (20)
Munich – Valencia 3 weekly (7)
Munich – Vienna 20 weekly (27)
Munich – Warsaw 12 weekly (21)
Munich – Wroclaw 12 weekly (20)
Munich – Zagreb 12 weekly (14)
Munich – Zurich 21 weekly (28)

Published on 22.08.2020
Lufthansa W20 European Preliminary operations as of 1000GMT 22AUG20

Published on 21.08.2020
Lübeck Air starts operations in a pandemic

14.08.2020 Lufthansa in recent weeks filed inventory update for Northern winter 2020/21 season. As of 12AUG20, reservations for following Intercontinental routes during the period of 25OCT20 – 27MAR21 is no longer available.

Frankfurt – Addis Ababa
Frankfurt – Erbil
Frankfurt – Nagoya
Frankfurt – Panama City
Frankfurt – Qingdao
Frankfurt – Rio de Janeiro Galeao
Frankfurt – San Diego
Frankfurt – Shenyang
Munich – Bangalore
Munich – Hong Kong
Munich – Mexico City
Munich – New York JFK
Munich – Sao Paulo Guarulhos
Munich – Singapore

Separately, following routes to see frequency reduction as the airline closed booking on certain flights:
Frankfurt – Cairo Reduce from 10 to 7 weekly, LH582/583 closed for reservation
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, LH432/433 closed for reservation
Frankfurt – New York JFK Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, LH404/405 closed for reservation

Additional changes will be filed in the next few weeks.

14.08.20202 TUIfly in June 2020 removed schedule listing for its planned long-haul service from Dusseldorf, scheduled to commence in November 2020 with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.

Following planned long-haul routes has been removed during the week of 07JUN20. Reservation and schedule listing is no longer available on the airline’s website. Previously planned operation as follows.

Dusseldorf – Bridgetown eff 05NOV20 2 weekly flights operating every 2 weeks
Dusseldorf – Cancun eff 08NOV20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – La Romana eff 06NOV20 1 weekly, plus 2 weekly flights every 2 weeks
Dusseldorf – Montego Bay eff 15NOV20 1 weekly, plus 1 weekly flight every 2 weeks
Dusseldorf – Puerto Plata eff 04NOV20 1 weekly
Dusseldorf – Punta Cana eff 05NOV20 3 weekly

Published on 10.08.2020
Lufthansa To Resume Passenger Flights To India (DEL, BOM, BLR) on 13AUG20

Published on 09.08.2020
Lufthansa resumes flights to Frankfurt and Kabul

Published on 06.08.2020
Eurowings extends flight schedule by 26 new holiday destinations

05.08.2020 Lufthansa in recent schedule update adjusted Intercontinental operation for the period of 01AUG20 – 24OCT20. As of 02AUG20, planned operation as follows. Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s planned operation, as well as traffic rights.

Frankfurt – Abuja – Port Harcourt eff 20AUG20 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Algiers 1 weekly A321 (Every 2 weeks in September, schedule pending in October)
Frankfurt – Baku eff 01SEP20 2 weekly A321
Frankfurt – Beirut 3 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Bangkok 3 weekly 747-8I (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Bangalore eff 16AUG20 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 01SSEP20)
Frankfurt – Boston 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 02SEP20)
Frankfurt – Cairo 9 weekly A321/321neo (1 daily A321neo from 28AUG20)
Frankfurt – Cancun eff 01OCT20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Cape Town eff 01SEP20 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 01OCT20)
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare 1 daily 747-8I
Frankfurt – Dallas/Ft. Worth eff 02SEP20 3 weekly
Frankfurt – Delhi eff 17AUG20 5 weekly A340-300 (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Detroit eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Dubai 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 02SEP20)
Frankfurt – Hong Kong 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 03SEP20)
Frankfurt – Johannesburg August operation (from FRA): 12, 26. 5 weekly 747-8I from 02SEP20 (1 Daily from 01OCT20)
Frankfurt – Kuwait City – Dammam eff 01SEP20 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Lagos – Malabo eff 20AUG20 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Los Angeles 5 weekly 747-8I (1 daily from 02SEP20)
Frankfurt – Mexico City 3 weekly 747-8I (5 weekly from 01SEP20, 1 daily from 01OCT20)
Frankfurt – Miami 5 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Mumbai eff 16AUG20 5 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Nairobi 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 03SEP20)
Frankfurt – Nanjing 1 weekly 747-8I (A340-300 from 31AUG20)
Frankfurt – Newark 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – New York JFK 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Orlando eff 01SEP20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Philadelphia eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Riyadh – Bahrain eff 31AUG20 1 daily A330-300
Frankfurt – San Francisco eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – San Jose (Costa Rica) 2 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 5 weekly 747-8I (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Seattle 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Seoul Incheon eff 01SEP20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly 747-8I (schedule on/after September is pending)
Frankfurt – Singapore 3 weekly A340-300 (1 Daily from 31AUG20)
Frankfurt – Tehran Imam Khomeini eff 14SEP20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 04OCT20)
Frankfurt – Tel Aviv 1 daily A321neo (17 weekly from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Tokyo Haneda 3 weekly A340-300 (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Toronto 5 weekly A330-300/340-300 (1 daily A340 from 02SEP20)
Frankfurt – Tunis 2 weekly A320neo (3 weekly A319 from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Vancouver 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 05SEP20)
Frankfurt – Washington Dulles eff 01SEP20 5 weekly A330-300
Munich – Charlotte eff 03SEP20 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 02OCT20)
Munich – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly A350-900XWB (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Munich – Delhi eff 16AUG20 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 02SEP20)
Munich – Denver eff 01SEP20 5 weekly A350-900XWB (1 daily from 03OCT20)
Munich – Los Angeles 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01SEP20)
Munich – Montreal 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 04SEP20)
Munich – Newark 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 03SEP20)
Munich – Osaka Kansai eff 01SEP20 5 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – San Francisco 5 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Seoul Incheon 3 weekly (5 weekly from 02SEP20)
Munich – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 01SEP20 1 weekly A350-900XWB (schedule in October is pending)
Munich – Tbilisi 2 weekly A321 (A319 from 30AUG20, 3 weekly from 05OCT20)
Munich – Tel Aviv 3 weekly A319 (5 weekly from 01SEP20)
Munich – Tokyo Haneda 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01SEP20)

Published on 04.08.2020
TUI extends cancellation of holidays and flights to Portugal for UK customers

Published on 30.07.2020
TUI cancels all flights to Balearic, Canary Islands until 4 August for U.K. travelers because of COVID-19 concerns

Published on 27.07.2020
Lufthansa resumes flights between Frankfurt and New York

Published on 23.07.2020
Lufthansa Resumes Frankfurt Flights at London City Airport

23.07.2020 Condor earlier this month revised planned long-haul network for the remainder of Northern summer 2020 season, until 24OCT20. Latest adjustment as of 22JUL20 as follows.

Additional changes remain possible.

Frankfurt – Cape Town eff 03OCT20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Punta Cana eff 02OCT20 4 weekly
Frankfurt – Varadero eff 02OCT20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Windhoek – Cape Town eff 01OCT20 2 weekly
Published on 20.07.2020
Tbilisi-Munich Regular Flights to Resume Starting August 2

03.07.2020
Lufthansa
this week filed revised Inter-continental operation for the remainder of summer 2020 season, until 24OCT20. Between 01JUL20 and 24OCT20, the Star Alliance carrier plans to operate following routes.

Various travel restriction will impact the airline’s passenger traffic rights, as well as planned operation.

Frankfurt – Abuja – Port Harcourt eff 18JUL20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 04AUG20)
Frankfurt – Bangalore eff 15JUL20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Bangkok 3 weekly 747-8I (5 weekly from 02AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Beirut 3 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Boston 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 29AUG20)
Frankfurt – Cairo 5 weekly A321neo (1 daily from 31AUG20)
Frankfurt – Cape Town eff 01SEP20 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 30SEP20)
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly 747-8I (1 daily from 31JUL20)
Frankfurt – Dallas/Ft. Worth eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Delhi eff 15JUL20 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Detroit eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Dubai 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 04SEP20)
Frankfurt – Hong Kong 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Frankfurt – Houston 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 29JUL20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Johannesburg eff 31AUG20 5 weekly 747-8I (1 daily from 29SEP20)
Frankfurt – Kuwait – Dammam eff 04AUG20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 03SEP20)
Frankfurt – Lagos – Malabo eff 16JUL20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 04AUG20)
Frankfurt – Los Angeles 3 weekly 747-8I (5 weekly from 03AUG20, 1 daily from 30AUG20)
Frankfurt – Mexico City 3 weekly 747-8I (5 weekly from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 31AUG20)
Frankfurt – Mumbai 3 weekly A330-300 (1 daily 747-400 06JUL20 – 14JUL20, 5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Frankfurt – Nairobi eff 06JUL20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 02AUG20)
Frankfurt – Newark 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 02AUG20, 1 daily from 30AUG20)
Frankfurt – New York JFK 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 02AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Orlando eff 02AUG20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Philadelphia eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Riyadh – Bahrain eff 25JUL20 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 28AUG20)
Frankfurt – San Francisco eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – San Jose (Costa Rica) eff 01AUG20 2 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 5 weekly 747-8I (1 daily from 01AUG20)
Frankfurt – Seattle eff 01AUG20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Seoul Incheon eff 01SEP20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 weekly 747-8I (2 weekly from 01AUG20, 3 weekly from 07SEP20, 5 weekly from 30SEP20)
Frankfurt – Singapore eff 31JUL20 5 weekly A340-300 (1 daily from 02SEP20)
Frankfurt – Tehran Imam Khomeini eff 31AUG20 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 04OCT20)
Frankfurt – Tel Aviv 1 daily A321neo (10 weekly from 01AUG20, 2 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Tokyo Haneda 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 02AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Toronto 3 weekly A340-300 (5 weekly from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Tunis eff 31AUG20 3 weekly A319
Frankfurt – Vancouver 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 02AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Frankfurt – Washington Dulles eff 01SEP20 5 weekly A330-300
Munich – Charlotte eff 31JUL20 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01SEP20)
Munich – Chicago O’Hare 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 01SEP20)
Munich – Delhi 3 weekly A350-900XWB (1 daily 06JUL20 – 14JUL20, 5 weekly from 01SEP20)
Munich – Denver eff 01AUG20 6 weekly A350-900XWB (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Munich – Los Angeles 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Munich – Montreal 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 04SEP20)
Munich – Newark 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01SEP20)
Munich – Osaka Kansai eff 01AUG20 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01SEP20)
Munich – San Francisco 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 02AUG20)
Munich – Seoul Incheon 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 04AUG20 1 weekly A350-900XWB (2 weekly from 06SEP20, 3 weekly from 02OCT20)
Munich – Tel Aviv 5 weekly A319 (1 daily from 01SEP20)
Munich – Tokyo Haneda eff 01AUG20 3 weekly A350-900XWB (5 weekly from 01SEP20)

01.07.2020 German carrier TUIfly earlier this month resumed regular passenger operation, initially from its base in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hannover and Stuttgart. Additional bases will be gradually resumed from the first week of July 2020, including Basel/Mulhouse, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Paderborn. Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, Saarbruecken and Berlin Tegel to be resumed from 08JUL20, 14JUL20 and 03AUG20, respectively.

Various travel restrictions will impact the airline’s planned operation, and selected dates will see the airline operates triangle routing, instead of nonstop terminator. Planned operation for the period of 15JUN20 – 31AUG20 as follows. Service to/from Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden and Paderborn is operated by Sundair aircraft.

Basel/Mulhouse – Corfu eff 01AUG20 2 weekly
Basel/Mulhouse – Fuerteventura eff 04JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 03AUG20)
Basel/Mulhouse – Funchal eff 06AUG20 1 weekly
Basel/Mulhouse – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 05JUL20 1 weekly (3 weekly from 02AUG20)
Basel/Mulhouse – Irakleion eff 04JUL20 4 weekly (5 weekly from 17JUL20, 7 from 01AUG20)
Basel/Mulhouse – Kos eff 06JUL20 1 weekly (4 weekly from 01AUG20)
Basel/Mulhouse – Mahon eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Basel/Mulhouse – Palma Mallorca eff 04JUL20 3 weekly (7 weekly from 01AUG20)
Basel/Mulhouse – Rhodes eff 07JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 18JUL20, 4 from 05AUG20)
Basel/Mulhouse – Tenerife South eff 09JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 01AUG20)
Berlin Tegel – Irakleion eff 04AUG20 1 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Kos eff 03AUG20 1 weekly
Berlin Tegel – Rhodes eff 05AUG20 1 weekly
Cologne – Corfu eff 04AUG20 1 weekly
Cologne – Fuerteventura eff 01JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 07AUG20)
Cologne – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 12JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 06AUG20)
Cologne – Irakleion eff 10JUL20 4 weekly
Cologne – Kos eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 03AUG20)
Cologne – Mahon eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Cologne – Malta eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Cologne – Palma Mallorca eff 09JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 20JUL20, 5 from 01AUG20)
Cologne – Rhodes eff 14JUL20 1 weekly (3 weekly from 05AUG20)
Cologne – Tenerife South eff 04JUL20 2 weekly
Cologne – Trieste 16AUG20 / 23AUG20
Dusseldorf – Corfu eff 04JUL20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Dalaman eff 17JUL20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Djerba eff 06AUG20 1 weekly
Dusseldorf – Enfidha eff 02AUG20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Faro 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Fuerteventura eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 20JUL20, 6 from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Funchal eff 05JUL20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 05JUL20 4 weekly (6 weekly from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Hurghada eff 03AUG20 4 weekly
Dusseldorf – Ibiza eff 29JUN20 1 weekly (3 weekly from 14JUL20, 5 from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Irakleion eff 01JUL20 3 weekly (4 weekly from 14JUL20, 5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Jerez de la Frontera eff 02JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 13JUL@0)
Dusseldorf – Kos eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 20JUL20, 4 from 05AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Lanzarote eff 01JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly 12JUL20, 4 from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Larnaca eff 02JUL20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Mahon eff 05JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 16JUL20)
Dusseldorf – Marsa Alam eff 04AUG20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Palma Mallorca 6 weekly (8 weekly from 01JUL20, 14 from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Patrai eff 03JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 04AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Rhodes eff 02JUL20 3 weekly (4 weekly from 10JUL20, 6 from 01AUG20)
Dusseldorf – Tenerife South eff 06JUL20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 03AUG20)
Frankfurt – Agadir eff 06AUG20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Barcelona eff 07AUG20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Corfu eff 11JUL20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Dalaman eff 17JUL20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Djerba eff 06AUG20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Enfidha eff 02AUG20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Faro 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Fuerteventura eff 01JUL20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 11JUL20, 5 from 06AUG20)
Frankfurt – Funchal eff 19JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 28JUL20)
Frankfurt – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 03JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 20JUL20, 3 from 26JUL20, 5 from 03AUG20)
Frankfurt – Hurghada eff 01AUG20 5 weekly
Frankfurt – Ibiza eff 11JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 04AUG20)
Frankfurt – Irakleion eff 01JUL20 2 weekly (5 weekly from 17JUL20, 7 from 05AUG20)
Frankfurt – Jerez de la Frontera eff 12JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 03AUG20)
Frankfurt – Kos eff 01JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 24JUL20, 4 from 03AUG20)
Frankfurt – Lamezia Terme eff 01AUG20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Lanzarote eff 04JUL20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Larnaca eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Mahon eff 12JUL20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Marsa Alam eff 04AUG20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Palma Mallorca 6 weekly (10 weekly from 01AUG20)
Frankfurt – Patrai eff 03JUL20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Rhodes eff 01JUL20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 14JUL20, 6 from 02AUG20)
Frankfurt – Tenerife South eff 02JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 11JUL20, 3 from 04AUG20)
Hamburg – Fuerteventura eff 10JUL20 1 weekly

Hamburg – Funchal eff 04JUL20 1 weekly
Hamburg – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 02JUL20 1 weekly

Hamburg – Irakleion eff 21JUL20 1 weekly
Hamburg – Kos eff 06JUL20 1 weekly
Hamburg – Malta eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Hamburg – Rhodes eff 22JUL20 1 weekly
Hamburg – Tenerife South eff 12JUL20 1 weekly
Hamburg – Trieste 16AUG20 / 23AUG20
Hannover – Agadir eff 03AUG20 1 weekly
Hannover – Corfu eff 11JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 28JUL20)
Hannover – Dalaman eff 17JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 03AUG20)
Hannover – Djerba eff 05AUG20 1 weekly
Hannover – Enfidha eff 02AUG20 2 weekly
Hannover – Faro 2 weekly (3 weekly from 07AUG20)
Hannover – Fuerteventura eff 01JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 13JUL20, 5 from 06AUG20)
Hannover – Funchal eff 07JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 26JUL20)
Hannover – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 05JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 24JUL20, 4 from 31JUL20)
Hannover – Hurghada eff 04AUG20 2 weekly
Hannover – Ibiza eff 27JUN20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 07JUL20)
Hannover – Irakleion eff 01JUL20 1 weekly (4 weekly from 13JUL20, 6 from 01AUG20)
Hannover – Jerez de la Frontera eff 23JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 02AUG20)
Hannover – Kos eff 29JUN20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 15JUL20, 3 from 24JUL20, 4 from 01AUG20)
Hannover – Lanzarote eff 05JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 05AUG20)
Hannover – Larnaca eff 23JUL20 1 weekly
Hannover – Mahon eff 05JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 23JUL20)
Hannover – Malta eff 02AUG20 1 weekly (No service 10AUG20 – 29AUG20, except 21AUG20)
Hannover – Marsa Alam eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Hannover – Palma Mallorca 7 weekly (12 weekly from 01AUG20)
Hannover – Patrai eff 10JUL20 1 weekly
Hannover – Rhodes eff 07JUL20 1 weekly (3 weekly from 25JUL20, 5 from 05AUG20)
Hannover – Tenerife South eff 18JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 06AUG20, 3 from 16AUG20)
Hannover – Trieste 16AUG20 / 23AUG20
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Fuerteventura eff 03AUG20 1 weekly
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Hurghada eff 04AUG20 1 weekly
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Irakleion eff 01AUG20 2 weekly
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Kos eff 08JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 01AUG20)
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Palma Mallorca eff 02AUG20 5 weekly
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Rhodes eff 09JUL20 1 weekly
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden – Tenerife South eff 07AUG20 1 weekly
Munich – Corfu eff 07JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 01AUG20)
Munich – Dalaman eff 03AUG20 1 weekly
Munich – Djerba eff 05AUG20 1 weekly
Munich – Fuerteventura eff 02JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 01AUG20)
Munich – Funchal eff 21JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 02AUG20)
Munich – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 13JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 05AUG20)
Munich – Kos eff 10JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 22JUL20, 5 from 01AUG20)
Munich – Hurghada eff 04AUG20 3 weekly
Munich – Ibiza eff 01AUG20 2 weekly
Munich – Irakleion eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 15JUL20, 7 from 01AUG20)
Munich – Jerez de la Frontera eff 06AUG20 1 weekly
Munich – Lanzarote eff 12JUL20 1 weekly
Munich – Mahon eff 12JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 06AUG20)
Munich – Marsa Alam eff 07AUG20 1 weekly
Munich – Malta eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Munich – Patrai eff 31JUL20 1 weekly
Munich – Rhodes eff 06JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 22JUL20, 5 from 01AUG20)
Munich – Tenerife South eff 11JUL20 2 weekly
Munich – Trieste 16AUG20 / 23AUG20
Nuremberg – Corfu eff 18JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 04AUG20)
Nuremberg – Fuerteventura eff 25JUL20 1 weekly
Nuremberg – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 19JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 05AUG20)
Nuremberg – Hurghada eff 03AUG20 2 weekly
Nuremberg – Irakleion eff 19JUL20 1 weekly (4 weekly from 05AUG20)
Nuremberg – Kos eff 20JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 07AUG20)
Nuremberg – Marsa Alam eff 04AUG20 1 weekly
Nuremberg – Palma Mallorca eff 01AUG20 3 weekly
Nuremberg – Rhodes eff 18JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 06AUG20)
Paderborn – Fuerteventura eff 13JUL20 2 weekly
Paderborn – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 19JUL20 1 weekly
Paderborn – Hurghada eff 04AUG20 1 weekly
Paderborn – Irakleion eff 03JUL20 2 weekly
Paderborn – Rhodes eff 02JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 19JUL20)
Paderborn – Tenerife South eff 18JUL20 1 weekly
Saarbruecken – Fuerteventura eff 01AUG20 1 weekly
Saarbruecken – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 02AUG20 1 weekly
Saarbruecken – Kos eff 01AUG20 2 weekly
Saarbruecken – Irakleion eff 14JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 04AUG20)
Saarbruecken – Palma Mallorca eff 01AUG20 7 weekly
Saarbruecken – Rhodes eff 06AUG20 1 weekly
Saarbruecken – Tenerife South eff 05AUG20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Corfu eff 07JUL20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Dalaman eff 20JUL20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 07AUG20)
Stuttgart – Faro 1 weekly (2 weekly from 08JUL20, 3 from 26JUL20)
Stuttgart – Fuerteventura eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 31JUL20)
Stuttgart – Funchal eff 19JUL20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas eff 05JUL20 1 weekly (3 weekly from 24JUL20, 4 from 05AUG20)
Stuttgart – Hurghada eff 04AUG20 2 weekly
Stuttgart – Ibiza eff 01AUG20 2 weekly
Stuttgart – Irakleion eff 03JUL20 3 weekly (5 weekly from 10JUL20, 7 from 03AUG20)
Stuttgart – Jerez de la Frontera eff 27JUL20 3 weekly
Stuttgart – Kos eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 22JUL20, 4 from 07AUG20)
Stuttgart – Lanzarote eff 12JUL20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Mahon eff 02AUG20 2 weekly
Stuttgart – Marsa Alam eff 05AUG20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Palma Mallorca 6 weekly (9 weekly from 01AUG20)
Stuttgart – Patrai eff 10JUL20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Rhodes eff 06JUL20 2 weekly (5 weekly from 04AUG20)
Stuttgart – Tenerife South eff 04JUL20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 06AUG20)

Published on 30.06.2020
TUIfly June – August 2020 operations as of 28JUN20

Published on 28.06.2020
Lufthansa resumes flights between Frankfurt, Shanghai as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Published on 23.06.2020
Lufthansa to close SunExpress Germany

Published on 22.06.2020
Sundair S20 operations as of 21JUN20

Published on 12.06.2020
Condor Sep/Oct 2020 Long-Haul operations as of 11JUN20

Published on 10.06.2020Eurowings adds new flights as demand increases

 

10.06.2020 SunExpress Germany this week plans to resume scheduled passenger service, initially on flights to/from Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Stuttgart. Planned operation for the month of June 2020, as of 08JUN20 as follows.

Dusseldorf – Adana 
eff 11JUN20 3 weekly
Dusseldorf – Kayseri eff 12JUN20 3 weekly
Dusseldorf – Ordu-Giresun eff 13JUN20 2 weekly
Dusseldorf – Trabzon 
eff 13JUN20 2 weekly
Frankfurt – Ankara eff 13JUN20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Kayseri eff 12JUN20 2 weekly
Stuttgart – Adana eff 11JUN20 1 weekly
Stuttgart – Ankara eff 15JUN20 2 weekly
Stuttgart – Kayseri eff 11JUN20 2 weekly
Stuttgart – Trabzon eff 16JUN20 1 weeklyAdditional routes and frequencies will be added by late-June and early-July 2020.

Published on 09.06.2020

Eurowings resumes Frankfurt–Windhoek service eff. 30JUN20

SunExpress Germany June 2020 operations as of 08JUN20

 

Published on 07.06.2020

COVID-19: Lufthansa offers ‘return-flight-guarantee’

 

03.06.2020. Lufthansa last week extended interim schedule to late-June 2020, as the airline continues to restore additional European markets from 15JUN20. Planned European operation for the month of June 2020 as follows.

Additional changes remain likely, due to various travel restrictions.

Frankfurt – Amsterdam 2 daily E190
Frankfurt – Athens 1 daily A320neo (2 daily from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Barcelona 2 daily A320neo (A320neo/321neo from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Berlin Tegel 3 daily A320neo
Frankfurt – Bilbao eff 15JUN20 3 weekly A319
Frankfurt – Billund eff 01JUN20 3 weekly E190 (5 weekly from 16JUN20)
Frankfurt – Birmingham eff 15JUN20 5 weekly E190/A319
Frankfurt – Bologna eff 15JUN20 4 weekly E195 (Air Dolomiti aircraft)
Frankfurt – Bremen eff 15JUN20 12 weekly A319/CRJ900/E190
Frankfurt – Brussels 2 daily E190/CRJ900
Frankfurt – Bucharest eff 17JUN20 1 daily A320neo
Frankfurt – Budapest eff 01JUN20 1 daily A320neo (2 daily from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Copenhagen 2 daily E190/A320neo
Frankfurt – Dresden eff 15JUN20 12 weekly CRJ900/E190
Frankfurt – Dublin eff 01JUN20 5 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Dubrovnik eff 20JUN20 1 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Faro 
eff 20JUN20 2 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Geneva 1 daily E190 until 14JUN20
Frankfurt – Gothenburg 5 weekly E190 (1 daily from 20JUN20 with various aircraft)
Frankfurt – Hamburg 3 daily E190 (2 on weekdays; A320 series from 15JUN@0)
Frankfurt – Hannover eff 01JUN20 13 weekly E190
Frankfurt – Helsinki 1 daily E190
Frankfurt – Heringsdorf eff 06JUN20 1 weekly E190
Frankfurt – Ibiza eff 20JUN20 1 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Krakow eff 07JUN20 5 weekly E190 (1 daily from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Kyiv Borispil eff 15JUN20 5 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Larnaca eff 20JUN20 1 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Lisbon 2 daily A321neo
Frankfurt – Ljubljana eff 15JUN20 6 weekly E190
Frankfurt – London Heathrow 3 daily A320neo/321neo
Frankfurt – Lyon eff 16JUN20 3 weekly E190
Frankfurt – Madrid 2 daily A320neo (3 daily from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Malaga eff 20JUN20 1 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Malta 
eff 17JUN20 3 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Manchester eff 01JUN20 6 weekly E190/A320neo
Frankfurt – Milan Malpensa 1 daily E195 (2 daily from 16JUN20; Air Dolomiti aircraft)
Frankfurt – Munich 2 daily A320neo (3 daily from 08JUN20)
Frankfurt – Nice eff 04JUN20 3 weekly E190/A320neo
Frankfurt – Oslo 2 daily A320neo (3 daily from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Palma Mallorca eff 06JUN20 1 weekly A320neo (3 weekly from 19JUN20 with A320neo/321neo)
Frankfurt – Paris CDG 2 daily A320neo
Frankfurt – Porto 4 weekly A321neo (5 weekly from 20JUN20, A320neo/321neo)
Frankfurt – Prague eff 01JUN20 1 daily E190 (2 daily from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Pula eff 20JUN20 1 weekly E190
Frankfurt – Riga eff 02JUN20 3 weekly A320neo
Frankfurt – Rome 1 daily A320neo (2 daily from 08JUN20, various aircraft)
Frankfurt – Sofia eff 01JUN20 3 weekly A320neo (1 daily from 23JUN20)

Frankfurt – Split eff 20JUN20 1 weekly
Frankfurt – Stockholm 2 daily A320neo
Frankfurt – Sylt eff 01JUN20 2 weekly E190 (1 weekly A319 from 19JUN20)
Frankfurt – Tallinn 4 weekly A320neo (1 daily E190/A320neo from 15JUN20)
Frankfurt – Venice 
eff 15JUN20 1 daily E195 (Air Dolomiti aircraft)
Frankfurt – Vienna 
2 daily A320neo
Frankfurt – Vilnius 4 weekly A320neo (5 weekly from 16JUN20)
Frankfurt – Warsaw 2 daily A320neo (1 daily on Sundays)
Frankfurt – Zurich 2 daily E190/A320neo
Munich – Amsterdam eff 15JUN20 6 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Athens eff 15JUN20 5 weekly A319
Munich – Barcelona eff 15JUN20 1 daily A319
Munich – Basel/Mulhouse eff 15JUN20 6 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Bastia eff 20JUN20 1 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Belgrade eff 23JUN20 3 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Berlin Tegel 18 weekly A319/CRJ900
Munich – Bremen 6 weekly A319/CRJ900 (12 weekly from 15JUN20)
Munich – Brussels eff 01JUN20 6 weekly CRJ900 (2 daily from 15JUN20)
Munich – Bucharest eff 17JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Budapest eff 16JUN20 3 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Catania eff 20JUN20 1 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Copenhagen eff 15JUN20 1 daily CRJ900/A319
Munich – Dubrovnik eff 20JUN20 1 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Dusseldorf 18 weekly A319/CRJ900 (33 weekly from 15JUN20)
Munich – Faro eff 17JUN20 2 weekly A319
Munich – Geneva eff 15JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Hamburg 18 weekly A319/CRJ900 (32 weekly from 15JUN20)
Munich – Hannover 6 weekly A319/CRJ900
Munich – Helsinki eff 15JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900/A319
Munich – Larnaca eff 20JUN20 1 weekly A319
Munich – Lisbon eff 15JUN20 5 weekly A319
Munich – London Heathrow eff 15JUN20 1 daily A320neo
Munich – Luxembourg eff 15JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Lyon eff 15JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Madrid eff 15JUN20 1 daily CRJ900/A319
Munich – Malaga eff 20JUN20 1 weekly A319
Munich – Milan Malpensa 1 daily CRJ900 (12 weekly from 15JUN20)
Munich – Muenster 6 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Nice eff 15JUN20 4 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Palermo eff 20JUN20 1 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Palma Mallorca eff 06JUN20 1 weekly A319 (3 weekly A319/CRJ900 from 15JUN20)
Munich – Paris CDG eff 15JUN20 1 daily CRJ900/A319
Munich – Porto eff 17JUN20 3 weekly A319/CRJ900
Munich – Prague eff 15JUN20 3 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Rome eff 03JUN20 4 weekly CRJ900 (14 weekly CRJ900/A319 from 15JUN20)
Munich – Rostock 2 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Split 
eff 20JUN20 1 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Stockholm Arlanda eff 15JUN20 1 daily A319/CRJ900
Munich – Sylt 6 weekly A319/CRJ900
Munich – Toulouse eff 15JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Vienna eff 01JUN20 5 weekly A319/CRJ900 (11 weekly from 15JUN20)
Munich – Warsaw eff 15JUN20 5 weekly CRJ900
Munich – Zurich eff 01JUN20 1 daily A319/CRJ900 (2 daily CRJ900 from 15JUN20)

02.06.2020

Lufthansa last week extended interim schedule by additional 2 weeks, now in effect until 30JUN20. For the month of June 2020, the Star Alliance carrier is resuming additional Inter-continental routes in the second half. Planned operation as of 31MAY20 as follows.

Frankfurt – Abuja – Port Harcourt eff 07JUN20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Bangkok eff 03JUN20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Beijing Capital eff 23JUN20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Cairo eff 09JUN20 1 weekly A321neo (3 weekly from 16JUN20)
Frankfurt – Chicago O’Hare 3 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Dubai eff 07JUN20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Johannesburg eff 02JUN20 3 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Mexico City eff 03JUN20 3 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Mumbai eff 03JUN20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Newark 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – Riyadh – Bahrain eff 14JUN20 3 weekly A330-300
Frankfurt – San Jose (Costa Rica) eff 17JUN20 2 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 5 weekly 747-8I
Frankfurt – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 22JUN20 3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Tel Aviv eff 02JUN20 3 weekly A321neo
Frankfurt – Tokyo Haneda 
3 weekly A340-300
Frankfurt – Toronto eff 03JUN20 3 weekly A330-300
Munich – Chicago O’Hare eff 02JUN20 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Delhi eff 16JUN20 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Los Angeles eff 03JUN20 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Montreal eff 22JUN20 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – San Francisco eff 23JUN20 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Seoul Incheon eff 22JUN20 3 weekly A350-900XWB
Munich – Tel Aviv eff 03JUN20 3 weekly A319

01.06 Lufthansa Group airlines will restart eight routes from the UK and Ireland on June 15 as the group’s carriers ramp up services to summer holiday destinations and business centers with Europe attempting a slow return to normalcy from COVID-19 lockdowns.

From June 15, Lufthansa Group airlines will operate 115 weekly frequencies in total from Birmingham (BHX), Edinburgh (EDI), London Heathrow (LHR) and Manchester (MAN) in the UK as well as Dublin (DUB)—11 of the weekly frequencies will be from the Irish capital.

The restarted routes will be: DUB-Geneva (GVA), to be operated by subsidiary SWISS International Air Lines; LHR-Munich (MUC), to be operated by Lufthansa; LHR-Vienna (VIE), to be operated by another subsidiary, Austrian Airlines; LHR-Brussels (BRU), to be operated by a third subsidiary, Brussels Airlines; MAN-Zurich (ZRH), to be operated by SWISS; BHX-BRU, to be operated by Brussels Airlines; EDI-Frankfurt (FRA), to be operated by Lufthansa; and EDI-GVA, to be operated by SWISS-subsidiary Edelweiss.

Published on 29.05.2020
Eurowings to being operations from Germany 15 June

Published on 24.05.2020
Lufthansa to resume flights to 20 destinations from mid-June

Published on 21.05.2020
Condor to resume its summer schedule on June 25

Published on 20.05.2020
Eurowings is significantly expanding its flight schedule from June 2020 and will return to Bosnia and Herzegovina, while growing its presence in Croatia

Lufthansa
Lufthansa to resume flights to 20 destinations from mid-June

Lufthansa
Lufthansa 01 – 14JUN20 operations as of 14MAY20

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Germany
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions for passengers who arrive from or have been in Afghanistan, Albania, Andorra, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Czechia, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Iran, Israel, Kosovo, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Mexico, Montenegro, Namibia, North Macedonia, Palestinian Territories, Panama, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, United States
Passengers entering Germany from Afghanistan, Albania, Andorra, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Czechia, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Eswatini (Swaziland), Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Kosovo (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Lithuania, Malawi, Mexico, Montenegro, Mozambique, Namibia, North Macedonia (Rep.), Palestinian Territory, Panama, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result. The test must have been taken at most 48 hours before arrival. Tests accepted are: Antigen, PCR, RT-LAMP and TMA tests. The certificate must be in English, French or German.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 6 years.

Entry restrictions
Passengers arriving from a country other than Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), Ireland (Rep.), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Portugal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to immediate family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland. They must present proof of their family relationship.
– This does not apply to immediate family members of residents of Germany. They must present proof of their family relationship.
– This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued by Germany after 17 March 2020.
– This does not apply to passengers with a long term “D” visa issued by Germany.
– This does not apply to passengers with a long term “D” visa issued by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to students.
– This does not apply to unmarried partners of residents of Germany. They must have a written invitation and a copy of the identity document of the resident in Germany. They must also have a declaration and be able to present proof of their relationship.

Passengers entering Germany from a country other than Afghanistan, Albania, Andorra, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Czechia, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Eswatini (Swaziland), Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Kosovo (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Lithuania, Malawi, Mexico, Montenegro, Mozambique, Namibia, North Macedonia (Rep.), Palestinian Territory, Panama, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Zambia or Zimbabwe are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.

Passengers and airline crew arriving from high risk countries must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

More Coronavirus (COVID-19) related information can be found at www.bundespolizei.de/Web/DE/04Aktuelles/01Meldungen/2020/03/200317_faq.html

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or have been in Botswana, Brazil, Ireland, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Portugal, South Africa, Swaziland, United Kingdom, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Passengers arriving from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), Ireland (Rep.), Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Portugal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter.

Passengers entering Germany from Afghanistan, Albania, Andorra, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Czechia, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Eswatini (Swaziland), Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Kosovo (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Lithuania, Malawi, Mexico, Montenegro, Mozambique, Namibia, North Macedonia (Rep.), Palestinian Territory, Panama, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result. The test must have been taken at most 48 hours before arrival. Tests accepted are: Antigen, PCR, RT-LAMP and TMA tests. The certificate must be in English, French or German.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 6 years.

Quarantine is possible
Passengers arriving from a country other than Brazil, Ireland (Rep.), South Africa or United Kingdom without a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result could be subject to a PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for 10 days. Tests accepted are: Antigen, LAMP, NAAT, PCR and TMA tests. More information can be found at www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-entering-germany.html

More Coronavirus (COVID-19) related information can be found at www.bundespolizei.de/Web/DE/04Aktuelles/01Meldungen/2020/03/200317_faq.html

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Movement restrictions

National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

Free movement of people. Instruction to keep 1.5m distance between people and to wear the mask in public transport and shops. AHA+H+L rule applies (see Other below). Fines are applied for those refusing to wear masks. Restrictions to be introduced if the number of new infections reaches 35/100.000 in the last 7 days (see Other below).

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 08 August 2020 to 31 December 2020

Since 8 August travelers returning to Germany from risk areas need to provide either a negative test result which is not older than 48h or undergo a test within 10 days after arrival. Quarantine is mandatory until negative test result is received. Since 15 September tests are not anymore for free. As risk areas are defined areas in which the number of cases during the last 7 days is above 50 per 100.000 inhabitants. The list is maintained by Robert Koch Institute (see link below). Random controls of measures. From 1 October quarantine can be ended at the earliest 5 days after a negative test result.
Information of travelers using airplanes or ships are recorded at arrival in Germany.
It is generally recommended to not travel to risk areas.

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Flight Restrictions

published 27.11.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter.

– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.

– This does not apply to passengers with a long term visa issued by EEA Member States or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued by Germany after 17 March 2020.
– This does not apply to immediate family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland. They must present proof of their family relationship.
– This does not apply to immediate family members of British nationals. They must present proof of their family relationship.
– This does not apply to immediate family members of residents of Germany. They must present proof of their family relationship.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling as students if they cannot complete their study outside Germany.
– This does not apply to unmarried partners of residents of Germany. They must have a written invitation and a copy of the identity document of the resident in Germany. They must also have a declaration and be able to present proof of their relationship.

Passengers arriving from high risk countries must register before departure at einreiseanmeldung.de

More Coronavirus (COVID-19) related information can be found at bundespolizei.de

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.

Entering this country with the EU Digital COVID certificate. Information on entry rules for Germany is available at: auswaertiges-amt.de
Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality. Children under 6 years old are exempted from testing requirements.
– From “risk areas”: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a risk area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either: proof of vaccination against COVID-19, proof of recovery from COVID-19, a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). The proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea). In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.
– From “high-incidence areas”: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a high-incidence area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either: proof of vaccination against COVID-19, proof of recovery from COVID-19, a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). In this case, the 10-day quarantine period may be ended on the basis of a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry. The proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure. In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days. Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.
– From “areas of variant of concern”: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival) and must self-isolate for 14 days after arrival. From areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

From 7 July the UK is designated as a high-incidence area, which means that you may only enter Germany from the UK if you are fully vaccinated (for any travel purpose), or, if not, you are a German citizen or, resident, or their spouse/partner/child under 18 serve in an important role, or have an urgent need to travel. Otherwise travellers may not enter Germany from the UK. Further information about restrictions on entry is on the Federal Interior Ministry website, including information about what constitutes an urgent need for travel.
Travel from the UK is generally subject to pre-departure digital registration and 10-day quarantine with test and release available after 5 days. The fully vaccinated are exempt from quarantine. Unvaccinated children under 12 years of age are allowed to enter Germany if they present proof of a negative test result and travel with at least one fully vaccinated parent.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.
Entering this country with the EU Digital COVID certificate. Information on entry rules for Germany is available at: auswaertiges-amt.de
Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.
– From “risk areas”: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a risk area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either: proof of vaccination against COVID-19, proof of recovery from COVID-19, a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). The proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea). In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.
Children under 6 years old are exempted from testing requirements.
– From “high-incidence areas”: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a high-incidence area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either: proof of vaccination against COVID-19, proof of recovery from COVID-19, a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). In this case, the 10-day quarantine period may be ended on the basis of a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry. The proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure. In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days. Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.
– From “areas of variant of concern”: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival) and must self-isolate for 14 days after arrival. From areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

German government declares Spain COVID-19 risk area; travelers required to provide negative test for quarantine-free entry from 11 July (Reuters, 09.07.2021).

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-07-23
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 89040601
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 467571
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 106.27
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 5581

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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Shop and Events

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

All shops are open under the condition that distance & sanitary measures are respected. End of May/beginning of June in most federal states theaters, cinemas, restaurants, gyms, swimming pools are reopening. In all states restaurants and bars are open (mandatory is registration of people and seating), restrictions to be introduced if the number of new infections reaches 35/100.000 in the last 7 days (see Other below).

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

If more than 35 new infections per 100.000 in one week reduction of nb of people who can meet to 25 for public-, 15 for private events.
If more than 50 new infections per 100.000 in one week reduction of nb of people who can meet to 10 in public areas and 10 from max 2 housholds in private locations. Number of participants to other events should then also not be >100 (exceptions on request are possible).
Big events (>500) are suspended until 31 December.

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Schools/Univercity closure

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 03 August 2020 to 31 December 2020

Distance and hygiene measures to be respected. Presence is organised in shifts. In addition, wearing masks in schools is recommended but in some states schools can decide.

Other

Other: partially closed/partially cancelled

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

35 new infections per 100.000 inhabitants is used as 1st threshold to start implementing stricter measures, from 50 new infections/100.000 measure should be more strict (so-called hotspot strategy is applied: mandatory curfew for bars at and no more alcohol served for outside consumption after 23.00, reduction of people who can meet to 10). Heavily debated is that some regions have introduced bans for tourists from red zones to stay in hotels. If numbers do not go down within the following 10 days then stricter measures should be applied.
All citizens are invited to use the Corona-Warn-App which is available since 16 June 2020.
General rules extended to AHA+H+L meaning distance+hygiene+mask+App+ventilation

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Full Restrictions

  • Germany Latest News: Government to increase border checks, require ‘health passport’ for long-distance train, bus travel and introduce other measures to stem increase in COVID-19 cases (Europa.EU, 13.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany classifies areas as: “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children under 6 years old are exempted from testing requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

    Overview – general information: Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a risk area or area of variants of concern must, as a rule, already carry with them a negative test result on entry. Travellers who spent time in a high-incidence area must also present proof of full vaccination or proof of recovery.

    In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.

    From “risk areas”:

    Travellers who enter Germany following a stay in a basic risk area, must be in possession of a negative test result, or proof of vaccination, or proof of recovery, within 48 hours of entry. The proof must be uploaded via the travel portal at the digital registration on entry. (www.einreiseanmeldung.de)

    From “high-incidence areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a high-incidence area must self-isolate until they submit to the digital registration on entry either:

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). In this case, the 10-day quarantine period may be ended on the basis of a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    The proof must be held prior to entering the country, and without such proof carriage is not possible. 

    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

    From “areas of variant of concern”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival) and must self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.

    From areas of variants of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible, and a ban on carriage applies to the transport or persons from those countries into Germany by rail, bus, ship, or plane. 

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of one of the countries listed at BMI (bund.de) are allowed to enter Germany also for non-essential purposes like tourism, regardless of their vaccination status. However, proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative test result is still required for entry via air travel.

    Residents of other non-EU countries are only permitted to enter Germany if they have an urgent need to travel or if they are fully vaccinated. A person is considered a resident of a country if they have their domicile or habitual residence there.

    German citizens, citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members are exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who have a long-term right of residence in an EU Member State or Schengen Associated Country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

    First-time entry by citizens of non-EU countries, however, is only permitted if they demonstrate that one of the exceptions to the entry restrictions applies to them.

    Starting from 25 June 2021, fully vaccinated travellers from third-country (with the exclusion of those arriving from “virus variant areas“) are eligible to enter Germany, even for non-essential purposes like tourism, if 14 days have elapsed since the second dose of a Coronavirus vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (or single dose for Janssen/Johnson&Johnson). The vaccines approved by EMA are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Janssen.

    Travellers reaching the country by plane will have to prove their vaccinated status.

    The proof of vaccination should be an “EU Digital COVID certificate” or a comparable certificate issued by the travellers’ country of residence, either in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision of whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health (in German)

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Some restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are still in place in Germany, although measures are gradually being relaxed.
    • Private gatherings are restricted, generally up to ten people. The number of different households that can meet varies across the states, as does differentiation between the rules indoors and outdoors. Please follow local guidance. Generally, children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five.
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by either using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp or two C-19 certification apps (the CovPass-App or the Corona-Warn-App; see below). The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days.
    • Currently, there are few restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. You may need to show C-19 certification for indoor venues or for outdoor venues if case rates rise significantly.
    • FFP-2 masks are generally compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple surgical masks or mouth-nose coverings.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest
    local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including
    Germany’s NINA Warn App

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    19.07.2021
  • Germany Tourists from 25 third countries can travel restriction-free to Germany since July 4, the largest number of countries since March 2020, when Germany closed its borders for all non-essential travellers due to the pandemic.

    Such a decision has been taken in line with the most recent recommendation of the EU Council, which on July 1 modified the list of epidemiologically safe third countries, towards which European Union Members states are encouraged to lift the restrictions gradually.

    According to a press release issued by the German Federal Ministry of Interior, Building and Home Affairs, travellers from the following countries listed below will now eligible to enter Germany for tourism purposes:

    Albania
    Armenia
    Australia
    Azerbaijan
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Brunei
    Canada
    Hong Kong
    Israel
    Japan
    Jordan
    Kosovo
    Lebanon
    Macau
    Moldova
    Montenegro
    New Zealand
    North Macedonia
    Qatar
    Serbia
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Taiwan
    Thailand
    United States

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    13.07.2021
  • Germany Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany classifies areas as: “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children under 6 years old are exempted from testing requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    From “risk areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a risk area or area of variants of concern must, as a rule, already carry with them a negative test result on entry. Travellers who spent time in a high-incidence area may also present proof of full vaccination or proof of recovery. The detailed criteria are: 

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival).

    In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.

    Travellers who enter Germany following a stay in a basic risk area, must be in possession of a negative test result, or proof of vaccination, or proof of recovery, within 48 hours of entry. The proof must be uploaded via the travel portal at the digital registration on entry.  

     

    From “high-incidence areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a high-incidence area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either:

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). In this case, the 10-day quarantine period may be ended on the basis of a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    The proof must be held prior to entering the country, and without such proof carriage is not possible. 

    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

    From “areas of variant of concern”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival) and must self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.

    From areas of variants of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible, and a ban on carriage applies to the transport or persons from those countries into Germany by rail, bus, ship, or plane. 

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of one of the countries listed at BMI (bund.de) are allowed to enter Germany also for non-essential purposes like tourism, regardless of their vaccination status. However, proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative test result is still required for entry via air travel.

    Residents of other non-EU countries are only permitted to enter Germany if they have an urgent need to travel or if they are fully vaccinated. A person is considered a resident of a country if they have their domicile or habitual residence there.

    German citizens, citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members are exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who have a long-term right of residence in an EU Member State or Schengen Associated Country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

    First-time entry by citizens of non-EU countries, however, is only permitted if they demonstrate that one of the exceptions to the entry restrictions applies to them.

    Starting from 25 June 2021, fully vaccinated travellers from third-country (with the exclusion of those arriving from “virus variant areas“) are eligible to enter Germany, even for non-essential purposes like tourism, if 14 days have elapsed since the second dose of a Coronavirus vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (or single dose for Janssen/Johnson&Johnson). The vaccines approved by EMA are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Janssen.

    Travellers reaching the country by plane will have to prove their vaccinated status.

    The proof of vaccination should be an “EU Digital COVID certificate” or a comparable certificate issued by the travellers’ country of residence, either in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision of whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health (in German)

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Some restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are still in place in Germany, although measures are gradually being relaxed.
    • Private gatherings are restricted, generally up to ten people. The number of different households that can meet varies across the states, as does differentiation between the rules indoors and outdoors. Please follow local guidance. Generally, children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five.
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by either using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp or two C-19 certification apps (the CovPass-App or the Corona-Warn-App; see below). The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days.
    • Currently, there are few restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. You may need to show C-19 certification for indoor venues or for outdoor venues if case rates rise significantly.
    • FFP-2 masks are generally compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple surgical masks or mouth-nose coverings.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest
    local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including
    Germany’s NINA Warn App

    Read more
    12.07.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government eases COVID-19 restrictions on travel from India, Nepal, Portugal, Russia, U.K.; 11 other countries remain on ‘virus variant’ list (AP, 05.07.2021). U.S. travelers now can enter Germany, Spain regardless of their vaccination status (SVI, 29.06.2021). German government bans flights from Portugal and Russia from 29 June because of COVID-19 variant, updates list of risk areas (Reuters, 28.06.2021). German authorities to open border to fully vaccinated non-EU nationals from 25 June; entry restrictions still apply to travelers from ‘virus variant’ countries (The Local – Germany, 18.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany classifies areas as: “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children under 6 years old are exempted from testing requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    From “risk areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a risk area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either:

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival).

    The proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea). In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.

     

    From “high-incidence areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a high-incidence area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either:

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). In this case, the 10-day quarantine period may be ended on the basis of a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    The proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure. In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.

    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    From “areas of variant of concern”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival) and must self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.

    From areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of one of the countries listed at BMI (bund.de) are allowed to enter Germany also for non-essential purposes like tourism, regardless of their vaccination status. However, proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative test result is still required for entry via air travel.

    Residents of other non-EU countries are only permitted to enter Germany if they have an urgent need to travel or if they are fully vaccinated. A person is considered a resident of a country if they have their domicile or habitual residence there.

    German citizens, citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members are exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who have a long-term right of residence in an EU Member State or Schengen Associated Country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

    First-time entry by citizens of non-EU countries, however, is only permitted if they demonstrate that one of the exceptions to the entry restrictions applies to them.

    Starting from 25 June 2021, fully vaccinated travellers from third-country (with the exclusion of those arriving from “virus variant areas“) are eligible to enter Germany, even for non-essential purposes like tourism, if 14 days have elapsed since the second dose of a Coronavirus vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (or single dose for Janssen/Johnson&Johnson). The vaccines approved by EMA are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Janssen.

    Travellers reaching the country by plane will have to prove their vaccinated status.

    The proof of vaccination should be an “EU Digital COVID certificate” or a comparable certificate issued by the travellers’ country of residence, either in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision of whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health (in German)

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Some restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are still in place in Germany, although measures are gradually being relaxed.
    • Private gatherings are restricted, generally up to ten people. The number of different households that can meet varies across the states, as does differentiation between the rules indoors and outdoors. Please follow local guidance. Generally, children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five.
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by either using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp or two C-19 certification apps (the CovPass-App or the Corona-Warn-App; see below). The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days.
    • Currently, there are few restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. You may need to show C-19 certification for indoor venues or for outdoor venues if case rates rise significantly.
    • FFP-2 masks are generally compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple surgical masks or mouth-nose coverings.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest
    local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including
    Germany’s NINA Warn App

    Read more
    07.07.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government eases COVID-19 restrictions on travel from India, Nepal, Portugal, Russia, U.K.; 11 other countries remain on ‘virus variant’ list (AP, 05.07.2021). U.S. travelers now can enter Germany, Spain regardless of their vaccination status (SVI, 29.06.2021). German government bans flights from Portugal and Russia from 29 June because of COVID-19 variant, updates list of risk areas (Reuters, 28.06.2021). German authorities to open border to fully vaccinated non-EU nationals from 25 June; entry restrictions still apply to travelers from ‘virus variant’ countries (The Local – Germany, 18.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany classifies areas as: “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children under 6 years old are exempted from testing requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    From “risk areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a risk area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either:

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival).

    The proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea). In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.

     

    From “high-incidence areas”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in a high-incidence area must self-isolate until they submit to www.einreiseanmeldung.de either:

    • proof of vaccination against COVID-19
      Accepted vaccines: all those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. At least 14 days must have elapsed since the second dose of the vaccine dose (or single dose for Johnson&Johnson);
    • proof of recovery from COVID-19, certified by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days before, and not older than 6 months;
    • a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival). In this case, the 10-day quarantine period may be ended on the basis of a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    The proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure. In lack of submission of the proof, the mandatory self-isolation period is 10 days.

    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    From “areas of variant of concern”:

    Travellers who – in the last 10 days – have stayed in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (or a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival) and must self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.

    From areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of one of the countries listed at BMI (bund.de) are allowed to enter Germany also for non-essential purposes like tourism, regardless of their vaccination status. However, proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative test result is still required for entry via air travel.

    Residents of other non-EU countries are only permitted to enter Germany if they have an urgent need to travel or if they are fully vaccinated. A person is considered a resident of a country if they have their domicile or habitual residence there.

    German citizens, citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members are exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who have a long-term right of residence in an EU Member State or Schengen Associated Country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

    First-time entry by citizens of non-EU countries, however, is only permitted if they demonstrate that one of the exceptions to the entry restrictions applies to them.

    Starting from 25 June 2021, fully vaccinated travellers from third-country (with the exclusion of those arriving from “virus variant areas“) are eligible to enter Germany, even for non-essential purposes like tourism, if 14 days have elapsed since the second dose of a Coronavirus vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (or single dose for Janssen/Johnson&Johnson). The vaccines approved by EMA are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Janssen.

    Travellers reaching the country by plane will have to prove their vaccinated status.

    The proof of vaccination should be an “EU Digital COVID certificate” or a comparable certificate issued by the travellers’ country of residence, either in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision of whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health (in German)

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    05.07.2021
  • Germany 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. 1.1. This does not apply to: – nationals and residents of Germany; – passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus,
    Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
    Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland; 1.2. This does not apply to the following passengers if arriving from a country other than Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini
    (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe: – nationals of Andorra, Monaco,
    San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and EEA Member States; – immediate family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland. They must present proof of
    their family relationship; – immediate family members of residents of Germany. They must present proof of their family relationship; – passengers with a residence permit issued by
    Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) or an EEA Member State; – British nationals with a residence permit issued by Germany before 31 December 2020; –
    passengers with a long term “D” visa issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland; – residents of Albania, Australia, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong (SAR China), Israel, Japan, Korea
    (Rep.), Lebanon, Macao (SAR China), New Zealand, North Macedonia (Rep.), Serbia , Singapore, Thailand and USA. They must have been living in the residence country in the past 6
    months; – military personnel; – merchant seamen; – students; – unmarried partners of residents of Germany. They must have a written invitation and a copy of the identity document
    of the resident in Germany. They must also have a declaration and be able to present proof of their relationship; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that
    they were fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be in in English, French,
    German, Italian or Spanish. They must not be arriving from China (People’s Rep.); – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they received the first vaccine
    dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the
    first vaccine dose. The certificates must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must not be arriving from China (People’s Rep.); – passengers younger than 12
    years accompanied by a parent with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that the parent was fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech
    at least 14 days before departure. The certificate must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must not be arriving from China (People’s Rep.); – passengers
    younger than 12 years accompanied by a parent with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that the parent received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen,
    Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure. The parent must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose. The
    certificates must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must not be arriving from China (People’s Rep.).

    2. Passengers arriving from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom,
    Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe are not allowed to transit through Germany to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia,
    Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland. – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Germany.

    3. Nationals and residents of Germany entering or transiting through Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal,
    Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a
    negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to:
    – passengers younger than 6 years; – passengers transiting through Germany to a non-Schengen Member State.

    4. Passengers entering or transiting through Germany from a country other than Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal,
    Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a
    negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to:
    – passengers younger than 6 years; – passengers transiting through Germany from a non-Schengen Member State to a non-Schengen Member State; – passengers with a positive COVID-19
    PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued at least 28 days and at most 6 months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland),
    India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination
    certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South
    Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French,
    German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the
    past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom,
    Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days
    before departure, and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first
    vaccine dose.

    5. Airline crew entering Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United
    Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at
    most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish.

    6. Airline crew entering Germany from Argentina, Bahrain, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, Iran, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Oman, Paraguay, Peru,
    Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago or Tunisia must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a
    negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to:
    – airline crew who are staying in Germany for less than 72 hours; – airline crew with a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued at least 28 days and at most 6
    months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian
    Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana,
    Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate
    must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca
    (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini
    (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that
    they received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in English, French, German,
    Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    7. Passengers arriving from a risk area must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    8. Airline crew arriving from a high-incidence area or an area of variant of concern must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    9. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 or 14 days. Details can be found at
    www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-entering-germany.html – This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they
    in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Portugal, Russian Fed., South Africa, United
    Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian
    or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech.

    10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at www.bundespolizei.de/Web/DE/04Aktuelles/01Meldungen/2020/03/200317_faq.html .

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    30.06.2021
  • Germany 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. 1.1. This does not apply to: – nationals and residents of Germany; – passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus,
    Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
    Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland; 1.2. This does not apply to the following passengers if arriving from a country other than Botswana, Brazil,
    Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe: – nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino,
    Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and EEA Member States; – immediate family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland. They must present proof of their family
    relationship; – immediate family members of residents of Germany. They must present proof of their family relationship; – passengers with a residence permit issued by Andorra,
    Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) or an EEA Member State; – British nationals with a residence permit issued by Germany before 31 December 2020; – passengers
    with a long term “D” visa issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland; – residents of Albania, Australia, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong (SAR China), Israel, Japan, Korea (Rep.),
    Lebanon, Macao (SAR China), New Zealand, North Macedonia (Rep.), Serbia , Singapore, Thailand and USA. They must have been living in the residence country in the past 6 months; –
    military personnel; – merchant seamen; – students; – unmarried partners of residents of Germany. They must have a written invitation and a copy of the identity document of the
    resident in Germany. They must also have a declaration and be able to present proof of their relationship.

    2. Passengers arriving from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe
    are not allowed to transit through Germany to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,
    Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland. – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Germany.

    3. Nationals and residents of Germany entering or transiting through Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South
    Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or
    TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – passengers younger than 6 years;
    – passengers transiting through Germany to a non-Schengen Member State.

    4. Passengers entering or transiting through Germany from a country other than Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South
    Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or
    TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – passengers younger than 6 years;
    – passengers transiting through Germany from a non-Schengen Member State to a non-Schengen Member State; – passengers with a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result
    issued at least 28 days and at most 6 months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi,
    Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not
    been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must
    show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria),
    Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland),
    India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they received the first vaccine dose
    of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must also
    have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    5. Airline crew entering Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or
    Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before
    arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish.

    6. Airline crew entering Germany from Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cape Verde, Colombia, Costa
    Rica, Croatia, Curacao, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, France, Hungary, Iran, Jordan, Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mongolia, Montenegro, Namibia,
    North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Palestinian Territory, Paraguay, Poland, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, St. Maarten, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia or Ukraine
    must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The
    test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – airline crew who are staying in Germany for less than 72 hours; – airline crew with
    a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued at least 28 days and at most 6 months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil,
    Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination
    certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom,
    Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or
    Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days
    have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The
    certificate must show that they received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in
    English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    7. Passengers arriving from a risk area must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    8. Airline crew arriving from a high-incidence area or an area of variant of concern must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    9. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 or 14 days. Details can be found at
    www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-entering-germany.html – This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they
    in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or
    Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines
    accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech.

    10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at www.bundespolizei.de/Web/DE/04Aktuelles/01Meldungen/2020/03/200317_faq.html .

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    22.06.2021
  • Germany . Passengers are not allowed to enter. 1.1. This does not apply to: – nationals and residents of Germany; – passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus,
    Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
    Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland; 1.2. This does not apply to the following passengers if arriving from a country other than Botswana, Brazil,
    Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe: – nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland,
    Vatican City (Holy See) and EEA Member States; – immediate family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland. They must present proof of their family relationship; –
    immediate family members of residents of Germany. They must present proof of their family relationship; – passengers with a residence permit issued by Andorra, Monaco, San Marino,
    Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) or an EEA Member State; – British nationals with a residence permit issued by Germany before 31 December 2020; – passengers with a long term
    “D” visa issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland; – residents of Australia, Israel, Japan, Korea (Rep.), New Zealand, Singapore and Thailand. They must have been living in the
    residence country in the past 6 months; – military personnel; – merchant seamen; – students; – unmarried partners of residents of Germany. They must have a written invitation and a
    copy of the identity document of the resident in Germany. They must also have a declaration and be able to present proof of their relationship.

    2. Passengers arriving from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe are not
    allowed to transit through Germany to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
    Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland. – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Germany.

    3. Nationals and residents of Germany entering or transiting through Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa,
    United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test
    taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – passengers younger than 6 years; –
    passengers transiting through Germany to a non-Schengen Member State.

    4. Passengers entering or transiting through Germany from a country other than Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa,
    United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test
    taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – passengers younger than 6 years; –
    passengers transiting through Germany from a non-Schengen Member State to a non-Schengen Member State; – passengers with a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued
    at least 28 days and at most 6 months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique,
    Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana,
    Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully
    vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and
    Pfizer-BioNTech; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi,
    Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria),
    Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery
    certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    5. Airline crew entering Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe
    must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The
    test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish.

    6. Airline crew entering Germany from Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cape Verde, Colombia, Costa
    Rica, Croatia, Curacao, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, France, Hungary, Iran, Jordan, Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mongolia, Montenegro, Namibia,
    North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Palestinian Territory, Paraguay, Poland, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, St. Maarten, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia or Ukraine
    must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The
    test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – airline crew who are staying in Germany for less than 72 hours; – airline crew with
    a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued at least 28 days and at most 6 months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil,
    Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate
    if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or
    Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines
    accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in
    Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they
    received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in English, French, German,
    Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    7. Passengers arriving from a risk area must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    8. Airline crew arriving from a high-incidence area or an area of variant of concern must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    9. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 or 14 days. Details can be found at
    www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-entering-germany.html – This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they
    in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe.
    The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are
    AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech.

    10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at www.bundespolizei.de/Web/DE/04Aktuelles/01Meldungen/2020/03/200317_faq.html .

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    18.06.2021
  • Germany 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. 1.1. This does not apply to: – nationals and residents of Germany; – passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus,
    Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
    Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland; 1.2. This does not apply to the following passengers if arriving from a country other than Botswana, Brazil,
    Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe: – nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland,
    Vatican City (Holy See) and EEA Member States; – immediate family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland. They must present proof of their family relationship; –
    immediate family members of residents of Germany. They must present proof of their family relationship; – passengers with a residence permit issued by Andorra, Monaco, San Marino,
    Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) or an EEA Member State; – British nationals with a residence permit issued by Germany before 31 December 2020; – passengers with a long term
    “D” visa issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland; – residents of Australia, Israel, Japan, Korea (Rep.), New Zealand, Singapore and Thailand. They must have been living in the
    residence country in the past 6 months; – military personnel; – merchant seamen; – students; – unmarried partners of residents of Germany. They must have a written invitation and a
    copy of the identity document of the resident in Germany. They must also have a declaration and be able to present proof of their relationship.

    2. Passengers arriving from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe are not
    allowed to transit through Germany to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
    Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland. – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Germany.

    3. Nationals and residents of Germany entering or transiting through Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa,
    United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test
    taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – passengers younger than 6 years; –
    passengers transiting through Germany to a non-Schengen Member State.

    4. Passengers entering or transiting through Germany from a country other than Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa,
    United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test
    taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – passengers younger than 6 years; –
    passengers transiting through Germany to a non-Schengen Member State; – passengers with a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued at least 28 days and at most 6
    months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United
    Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland),
    India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days
    before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – passengers
    with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South
    Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or
    Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at
    least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    5. Airline crew entering Germany from Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe
    must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The
    test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish.

    6. Airline crew entering Germany from Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cape Verde, Colombia, Costa
    Rica, Croatia, Curacao, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, France, Hungary, Iran, Jordan, Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mongolia, Montenegro, Namibia,
    North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Palestinian Territory, Paraguay, Poland, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, St. Maarten, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia or Ukraine
    must have: – a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival; or – a negative COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The
    test result must be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. – This does not apply to: – airline crew who are staying in Germany for less than 72 hours; – airline crew with
    a positive COVID-19 PCR, RT-LAMP or TMA test result issued at least 28 days and at most 6 months before arrival. They must in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil,
    Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate
    if they in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or
    Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines
    accepted are AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech; – airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they in the past 10 days have not been in
    Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe. The certificate must show that they
    received the first vaccine dose of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech at least 14 days before departure, and must be in in English, French, German,
    Italian or Spanish. They must also have a COVID-19 recovery certificate issued at least 6 months before the first vaccine dose.

    7. Passengers arriving from a risk area must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    8. Airline crew arriving from a high-incidence area or an area of variant of concern must register before departure at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de

    9. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 or 14 days. Details can be found at
    www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-entering-germany.html – This does not apply to passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate if they
    in the past 10 days have not been in Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini (Swaziland), India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Zambia or Zimbabwe.
    The certificate must show that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before departure and must be in in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Vaccines accepted are
    AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Janssen, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech.

    10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at www.bundespolizei.de/Web/DE/04Aktuelles/01Meldungen/2020/03/200317_faq.html .

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    16.06.2021
  • Germany The German Federal Ministry of Interior, Building, and Home Affairs has announced that persons who are to participate in the European Football Championship are now exempted from the quarantine requirement, even if they are entering from a virus variant area.

    Later this week, the cabinet is expected to decide on other adjustments regarding the entry regulations imposed due to the COVID-19, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    “The European Football Championship is a major sporting event that the whole world is watching and for whose success Germany will do its part. We have had good experiences with the hygiene measures in the Bundesliga, made in the DFB Cup and in the Champions League, incidentally also in other disciplines. We are sending our Olympians to Tokyo,” the statement of the Ministry reads.

    In addition, the Federal Minister of Interior, Horst Seehofer, said that Germany will support the event as the European Football Championship is one of the major sports tournaments watched all over the world.

    The exemption will apply to all participants who have been authorised by the organising committee and will remain effective until July 28, 2021. Still, everyone is required to respect hygiene measures and will be subject to daily testing.

    Currently, Germany allows entry only to travellers from the European Union Member States and Schengen Area countries, including Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein.

    In addition, in line with the EU Recommendation, arrivals from Australia, Japan, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand are also permitted entry to Germany.

    Arrivals from EU/Schengen Area countries that are placed on the high incidence areas or risk areas list are required to register online and submit a negative test result carried within 48 hours.

    However, the authorities have revealed that travellers who have been vaccinated against the COVID-19 or have recovered from the virus can skip testing and quarantine requirements.

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    10.06.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German authorities bans U.K. travelers from entering country because of COVID-19 variants; other restrictions reported (SVI, 24.05.2021). More COVID-19 restrictions lifted; Chancellor Merkel urges caution (AP, 21.05.2021). German government reportedly bans flights from Nepal (Khabarhub, 17.05.2021). Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted from COVID-19 test requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 can be provided in digital or paper form. The vaccine must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the last vaccine dose.

    Proof of recovery from COVID-19 is provided by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than 6 months before.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    Travel from “areas of variant of concern”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival).

     

    Travel from “high-incidence areas”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in a high incidence area are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19.
    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    Travel from other risk areas (without prior stays in “high-incidence areas” or “areas of variant of concern”)

    Travellers from risk areas are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. This proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea).

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine applies to travellers until proof of full vaccination, recovery from an infection or a negative test result is submitted via the portal www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

    Travellers who have stayed in a risk area, high incidence area or area of variant of concern in the last 10 days must self-isolate for 10 days (14 days in case of area of variant of concern).

    For arrivals from high incidence areas, the quarantine period may be ended with a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    For arrivals from areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register. If, in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    Current classification of countries
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    25.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: More COVID-19 restrictions lifted; Chancellor Merkel urges caution (AP, 21.05.2021). German government reportedly bans flights from Nepal (Khabarhub, 17.05.2021). Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted from COVID-19 test requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 can be provided in digital or paper form. The vaccine must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the last vaccine dose.

    Proof of recovery from COVID-19 is provided by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than 6 months before.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    Travel from “areas of variant of concern”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival).

     

    Travel from “high-incidence areas”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in a high incidence area are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19.
    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    Travel from other risk areas (without prior stays in “high-incidence areas” or “areas of variant of concern”)

    Travellers from risk areas are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. This proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea).

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine applies to travellers until proof of full vaccination, recovery from an infection or a negative test result is submitted via the portal www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

    Travellers who have stayed in a risk area, high incidence area or area of variant of concern in the last 10 days must self-isolate for 10 days (14 days in case of area of variant of concern).

    For arrivals from high incidence areas, the quarantine period may be ended with a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    For arrivals from areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register. If, in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    Current classification of countries
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    22.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government reportedly bans flights from Nepal (Khabarhub, 17.05.2021). Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted from COVID-19 test requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 can be provided in digital or paper form. The vaccine must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the last vaccine dose.

    Proof of recovery from COVID-19 is provided by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than 6 months before.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    Travel from “areas of variant of concern”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival).

     

    Travel from “high-incidence areas”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in a high incidence area are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19.
    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    Travel from other risk areas (without prior stays in “high-incidence areas” or “areas of variant of concern”)

    Travellers from risk areas are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival (for antigen rapid test: within 24 hours prior to arrival) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. This proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea).

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine applies to travellers until proof of full vaccination, recovery from an infection or a negative test result is submitted via the portal www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

    Travellers who have stayed in a risk area, high incidence area or area of variant of concern in the last 10 days must self-isolate for 10 days (14 days in case of area of variant of concern).

    For arrivals from high incidence areas, the quarantine period may be ended with a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    For arrivals from areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register. If, in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    Current classification of countries
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

    Travellers older than 6 years in transit, coming from a virus variant area, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Transit travellers from a high incidence area or any other area are not subject to the COVID-19 test requirement.

    Transit by air

    Changing flights without leaving the international transit area of an airport does not constitute an entry into Germany for the purposes of the relevant regulation. In these cases the digital entry registration, requirements for mandatory testing or providing proof of vaccination, quarantine regulations and travel bans from countries affected by coronavirus variants do not apply. This only affects travels from a destination outside the Schengen area and with a destination outside Schengen area – for example from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Buenos Aires (outside Schengen).

    When travelling from or to the Schengen area you will need to leave the international transit area of an airport – for example when travelling from Moscow (outside Schengen) via Frankfurt (transit) to Madrid (Schengen area) or the other way. Therefore these travels do constitute an entry to Germany and the requirements detailed below must be observed.

    Travellers aged 6 years or older must hold proof of the following:

    • Following a stay in an area of variant of concern in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a high incidence area in the last 10 days: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • For arrivals by air without prior stays in high incidence areas or areas of variant of concern: a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival, proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of recovery from an infection. This proof must be held prior to entering the country, and must be presented to the airline before departure;
    • Following a stay in a risk area (not an area of variant of concern or a high incidence area): a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or proof of vaccination or recovery from an infection. This proof must be presented no later than 48 hours after entry.
    • A digital entry registration

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

     

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    21.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government reportedly bans flights from Nepal (Khabarhub, 17.05.2021). Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted from COVID-19 test requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 can be provided in digital or paper form. The vaccine must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the last vaccine dose.

    Proof of recovery from COVID-19 is provided by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than 6 months before.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    Travel from “areas of variant of concern”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before entry (for antigen rapid test: no earlier than 24 hours before entry).

     

    Travel from “high-incidence areas”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in a high incidence area are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before entry (for antigen rapid test: no earlier than 48 hours before entry) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19.
    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    Travel from other risk areas (without prior stays in “high-incidence areas” or “areas of variant of concern”)

    Travellers from risk areas are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before entry (for antigen rapid test: no earlier than 48 hours before entry) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. This proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea).

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine applies to travellers until proof of full vaccination, recovery from an infection or a negative test result is submitted via the portal www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

    Travellers who have stayed in a risk area, high incidence area or area of variant of concern in the last 10 days must self-isolate for 10 days (14 days in case of area of variant of concern).

    For arrivals from high incidence areas, the quarantine period may be ended with a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    For arrivals from areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register. If, in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    Current classification of countries
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Transit by land or sea

    Transit travellers who are entering Germany and then immediately traveling onward to another country do not have to register their entry online.

    In the case of border traffic, persons who have spent less than 24 hours in a risk area or are only entering Germany for a period of up to 24 hours, are exempted from the quarantine requirement.

     

    Transit by air

    All passengers aged 6 years and older entering Germany on flights from high-risk, high-variant and non-risk areas must present a negative Covid-19 test upon departure, taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

    There are no exceptions for people who have already been vaccinated.

     

    Additionally, the following provisions apply to third-country nationals:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted.

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    Find out more:
    Coronavirus and entry restrictions
    information (in German)

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    19.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government reportedly bans flights from Nepal (Khabarhub, 17.05.2021). Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as “virus variant”, “high incidence”, or “risk” area. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted from COVID-19 test requirements. Details on the recognition of tests are provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 can be provided in digital or paper form. The vaccine must be one of those listed on the website of the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut. A period of at least 14 days must have elapsed since receiving the last vaccine dose.

    Proof of recovery from COVID-19 is provided by a positive PCR test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than 6 months before.

    Documentation must be provided in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish.

     

    Travel from “areas of variant of concern”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in an area of variant of concern are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before entry (for antigen rapid test: no earlier than 24 hours before entry).

     

    Travel from “high-incidence areas”

    Travellers who have stayed in the last 10 days in a high incidence area are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before entry (for antigen rapid test: no earlier than 48 hours before entry) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19.
    Exemptions apply, in particular to persons who have passed through a high incidence area without a stopover, or those passing through Germany via the fastest route available.

     

    Travel from other risk areas (without prior stays in “high-incidence areas” or “areas of variant of concern”)

    Travellers from risk areas are subject to a pre-departure negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before entry (for antigen rapid test: no earlier than 48 hours before entry) or, alternatively, to submission of proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. This proof must be presented to the airline before departure (for arrivals by air) or no later than 48 hours after entry (for arrivals by land or sea).

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine applies to travellers until proof of full vaccination, recovery from an infection or a negative test result is submitted via the portal www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

    Travellers who have stayed in a risk area, high incidence area or area of variant of concern in the last 10 days must self-isolate for 10 days (14 days in case of area of variant of concern).

    For arrivals from high incidence areas, the quarantine period may be ended with a negative test carried out no earlier than 5 days after entry.

    For arrivals from areas of variant of concern, a reduction of the quarantine period is not possible.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register. If, in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    Current classification of countries
    Federal Foreign Office
    Ministry of Health

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    All passengers aged 6 years and older entering Germany on flights from high-risk, high-variant and non-risk areas must present a negative Covid-19 test upon departure, taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

    There are no exceptions for people who have already been vaccinated.

     

    Additionally, the following provisions apply to third-country nationals:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    18.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    All passengers aged 6 years and older entering Germany on flights from high-risk, high-variant and non-risk areas must present a negative Covid-19 test upon departure, taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

    There are no exceptions for people who have already been vaccinated.

     

    Additionally, the following provisions apply to third-country nationals:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany, though gradually being reduced:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates. Looser restrictions are in place where the incidence rate is below 35 in some states
    • The fully vaccinated and those who have recovered are exempt from the above restrictions on contact, as well as limits on contactless sport (these vary in the states). The fully vaccinated can demonstrate their status by using yellow vaccination booklets ‘Impfpass’ which contain a doctor’s signature and stamp. The recovered must show a positive PCR test no older than six months and no younger than 28 days. Germany is working on a C-19 certification app.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, with employees required to justify why they cannot work from home.
    • Depending on local incidence rates, there are restrictions on non-essential retail, gastronomy, barbers and hairdressers, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities. These establishments might be closed completely, or you might need to register for an appointment in advance, or show C-19 certification, such as a test or vaccination status.
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. This may be an FFP-2 mask, rather than a simple surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English including Germany’s NINA Warn App.

    Read more
    15.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Germany eases entry restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 to enter the country without quarantine (Xinhua, 13.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    All passengers aged 6 years and older entering Germany on flights from high-risk, high-variant and non-risk areas must present a negative Covid-19 test upon departure, taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

    There are no exceptions for people who have already been vaccinated.

     

    Additionally, the following provisions apply to third-country nationals:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    14.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government bans some flights, travelers from India because of rising cases of COVID-19 (Times of India, 26.04.2021). German government classifies Cape Verde, India, Oman, Qatar and Tunisia as new COVID-19 ‘high incidence areas’; Albania and Moldova downgraded (Media Reports, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    All passengers aged 6 years and older entering Germany on flights from high-risk, high-variant and non-risk areas must present a negative Covid-19 test upon departure, taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

    There are no exceptions for people who have already been vaccinated.

     

    Additionally, the following provisions apply to third-country nationals:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    12.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government bans some flights, travelers from India because of rising cases of COVID-19 (Times of India, 26.04.2021). German government classifies Cape Verde, India, Oman, Qatar and Tunisia as new COVID-19 ‘high incidence areas’; Albania and Moldova downgraded (Media Reports, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    All passengers aged 6 years and older entering Germany on flights from high-risk, high-variant and non-risk areas must present a negative Covid-19 test upon departure, taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Germany.

    The testing obligations also apply to passengers with a connecting flight in Frankfurt or Munich. There are no exceptions to the testing obligation for transit passengers – even if they do not leave the transit area in Frankfurt or Munich.

    There are no exceptions for people who have already been vaccinated.

     

    Additionally, the following provisions apply to third-country nationals:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    11.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government bans some flights, travelers from India because of rising cases of COVID-19 (Times of India, 26.04.2021). German government classifies Cape Verde, India, Oman, Qatar and Tunisia as new COVID-19 ‘high incidence areas’; Albania and Moldova downgraded (Media Reports, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    01.05.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government bans some flights, travelers from India because of rising cases of COVID-19 (Times of India, 26.04.2021). German government classifies Cape Verde, India, Oman, Qatar and Tunisia as new COVID-19 ‘high incidence areas’; Albania and Moldova downgraded (Media Reports, 26.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    28.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: German government bans some flights, travelers from India because of rising cases of COVID-19 (Times of India, 26.04.2021). German government classifies Cape Verde, India, Oman, Qatar and Tunisia as new COVID-19 ‘high incidence areas’; Albania and Moldova downgraded (Media Reports, 26.04.2021). Travelers from Netherlands will need to show negative COVID-19 test and quarantine on arrival in Germany from 6 April (The Local, 04.04.2021). Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    27.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Travelers from Netherlands will need to show negative COVID-19 test and quarantine on arrival in Germany from 6 April (The Local, 04.04.2021). Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    26.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Travelers from Netherlands will need to show negative COVID-19 test and quarantine on arrival in Germany from 6 April (The Local, 04.04.2021). Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    23.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Travelers from Netherlands will need to show negative COVID-19 test and quarantine on arrival in Germany from 6 April (The Local, 04.04.2021). Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    22.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Travelers from Netherlands will need to show negative COVID-19 test and quarantine on arrival in Germany from 6 April (The Local, 04.04.2021). Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021). Germany issues warning for unnecessary travel to France, Austria, Denmark and Czechia due to rising COVID-19 rates (Reuters, 26.03.2021). Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective 28 March (Garda World, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing travel restrictions on the basis of the information underpinning the EU “traffic lights” approach, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    08.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Travelers from Netherlands will need to show negative COVID-19 test and quarantine on arrival in Germany from 6 April (The Local, 04.04.2021). Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021). Germany issues warning for unnecessary travel to France, Austria, Denmark and Czechia due to rising COVID-19 rates (Reuters, 26.03.2021). Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective 28 March (Garda World, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    As of 00:00 on Tuesday, 30 March, all travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    06.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Government announces all persons entering country by plane must submit a negative COVID-19 (PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen) test result prior to boarding (SchengenInfo, 01.04.2021). Germany issues warning for unnecessary travel to France, Austria, Denmark and Czechia due to rising COVID-19 rates (Reuters, 26.03.2021). Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective 28 March (Garda World, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    As of 00:00 on Tuesday, 30 March, all travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    02.04.2021
  • Germany The German Federal Ministry of Health has announced that all persons entering the country by plane are now obliged to submit a negative COVID-19 test result prior to boarding.

    Regardless of which risk area they are travelling from, every individual has to undergo the same measures. However, the swab on which the Coronavirus test is based should not be older than 48 hours, the Federal Ministry of Health explains in a Q&A published on its official website.

    The new regulations will be effective from March 30 until May 12, 2021, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    The requirements will apply to air travellers only. However, other forms of transport will be affected as well for travellers entering from high-risk areas. Moreover, crews, crew members, and children under the age of six are exempted from the new rules.

    The Ministry informed that the testing of the travellers must be performed at the approved laboratories abroad. The test results should be available before departure so that the traveller can submit them to the carrier, and the costs should be covered by the passengers themselves.

    Furthermore, the Ministry asserted that no one is forced to undergo a Coronavirus test. However, the airline companies are allowed only to carry passengers that present a negative test result.

    Commenting on the test recognition, the Ministry announced that methods of nucleic acid amplification technology (PCR, LAMP, TMA) and antigen test are recognised. In contrast, antibody tests are not recognised.

    Rapid antigen tests are recognised if they fulfil the minimum requirements recommended by the WHO, which, compared to PCR tests, should achieve ≥80 per cent sensitivity and ≥97 per cent specificity.

    The tests must be monitored by an authorised third party, which has to confirm the identity of the person tested through an official ID photo. The test result should include the type of the test and the date when it was conducted, and it should be submitted in physical or electronic form in any of the following languages German, English, or French.

    In order for the health authorities to be able to compare the criteria, information on the antigen test and the manufacturer should be provided.

    “Transport by the transport company is only permitted with a negative test certificate. Insulation according to local regulations is to be carried out at your own risk,” the Ministry’s press release reads regarding the German citizens that happen to be abroad when tested positive.

    The test verification procedure will be carried out from the air carriers. Additionally, the Health Department and the Federal Police may require the test certificate submission.

    The Ministry also explained that persons that do not submit a test certificate during the inspection process would be refrained from entering the country. The same applies to people that offer invalid data. The violation of these obligations is subjected to a fine.

    Read more
    01.04.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Germany issues warning for unnecessary travel to France, Austria, Denmark and Czechia due to rising COVID-19 rates (Reuters, 26.03.2021). Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective 28 March (Garda World, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    As of 00:00 on Tuesday, 30 March, all travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Tthird-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    31.03.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Germany issues warning for unnecessary travel to France, Austria, Denmark and Czechia due to rising COVID-19 rates (Reuters, 26.03.2021). Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective 28 March (Garda World, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’. The website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows which country falls into which category.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    As of 00:00 on Tuesday, 30 March, all travellers by air are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.

    The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

    Accepted tests: PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen. Antibody tests are not accepted.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    • The test result has to be available as a printout or in electronic form;
    • The certificate needs to be personalised (including name, address, date of birth of the person tested);
    • It has to be available in the German, English or French language;
    • The proof must include the test method and the test result;
    • The test result needs to be validated by a physician or a recognised laboratory.

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must complete a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation. For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a registration on paper.

     

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Nationals of non-EU countries (third-country nationals) may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    30.03.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Germany issues warning for unnecessary travel to France, Austria, Denmark and Czechia due to rising COVID-19 rates (Reuters, 26.03.2021). Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective 28 March (Garda World, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’ by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Starting 14 February, entry restrictions and internal border controls with Czechia and the Tyrol region in Austria are introduced to prevent the spread of virus mutations. Only some exceptions are allowed to enter Germany from these countries, including returning German nationals or residents.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test should be carried no earlier than 48 hours before entry. If travelling by a carrier, proof must also be presented to the carrier before departure. Proof may also be required during checks by the Federal Police. If the traveller can’t obtain proof in the ‘new variant area’ or ‘high incidence area’ of origin, carriers may perform or arrange for pre-departure testing and, in the case of a negative test, provide transportation. This testing (nasopharyngeal swab) by the carrier must take place no earlier than 12 hours before departure in the case of entry from a virus variant area. The proof of a negative test result, or corresponding medical certificate, must be provided on paper or in an electronic document, in German, English or French. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

    From 28 March, it has been announced that all travellers wishing to enter Germany by plane will be subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test. The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    After 5 days of quarantine at the earliest, you can get tested for SARS-CoV-2 whereby the quarantine obligation will end following a negative test result.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation.

    For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a substitute registration on paper.

     

    Other

    Specific rules for Unmarried partners from third countries are available.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Nationals of non-EU countries (third-country nationals) may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    29.03.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Authorities to require all travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival effective March 28 (Garda World, 26.03.2021). German authorities list France as ‘high-risk’ COVID-19 zone, will increase testing requirements at borders (The Local, 26.03.2021). Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021). Authorities extend suspension of passenger transport with areas experiencing COVID-19 variant activity (Brazil, the UK, Ireland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Tyrol in Austria, Moselle in France, and several southern African countries) until at least March 31 (Garda, 18.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Risk areas are defined as ‘virus variant area’, ‘high incidence area’, or ‘risk area’ by the Robert Koch Institute.

    Starting 14 February, entry restrictions and internal border controls with Czechia and the Tyrol region in Austria are introduced to prevent the spread of virus mutations. Only some exceptions are allowed to enter Germany from these countries, including returning German nationals or residents.

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof of a negative test result or corresponding medical certificate, upon entry. The test should be carried no earlier than 48 hours before entry. If travelling by a carrier, proof must also be presented to the carrier before departure. Proof may also be required during checks by the Federal Police. If the traveller can’t obtain proof in the ‘new variant area’ or ‘high incidence area’ of origin, carriers may perform or arrange for pre-departure testing and, in the case of a negative test, provide transportation. This testing (nasopharyngeal swab) by the carrier must take place no earlier than 12 hours before departure in the case of entry from a virus variant area. The proof of a negative test result, or corresponding medical certificate, must be provided on paper or in an electronic document, in German, English or French. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

    From 28 March, it has been announced that all travellers wishing to enter Germany by plane will be subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test. The test must be taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Germany.

    After 5 days of quarantine at the earliest, you can get tested for SARS-CoV-2 whereby the quarantine obligation will end following a negative test result.

    Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation.

    For more information on quarantine regulations and possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are available at the following website.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, go into quarantine. If in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a substitute registration on paper.

     

    Other

    Specific rules for Unmarried partners from third countries are available.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Nationals of non-EU countries (third-country nationals) may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

    Read more
    26.03.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021). German government plans tighter COVID-19 rules (BBC, 22.03.2021). Authorities extend suspension of passenger transport with areas experiencing COVID-19 variant activity (Brazil, the UK, Ireland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Tyrol in Austria, Moselle in France, and several southern African countries) until at least March 31 (Garda, 18.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU: Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries. Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions unless a country or region is defined as a ‘virus variant area’, a ‘high incidence area’, or a ‘risk area’ by the Robert Koch Institute. Entry restrictions differ per type of area. The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas, are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these areas in the 10 days before entry is obliged to provide proof (negative test result or corresponding medical certificate), upon entry, confirming the absence of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, and to present it to the competent authority. This test must have been carried out at the earliest 48 hours before entry. If travelling by a carrier, proof must also be presented to the carrier before departure. Proof may also be required during checks by the Federal Police. If the traveller can’t obtain proof in the ‘new variant area’ or ‘high incidence area’ of origin, carriers may perform or arrange for pre-departure testing and, in the case of a negative test, provide transportation. This testing (nasopharyngeal swab) by the carrier must take place no more than 12 hours before departure in the case of entry from an area of variant of concern. The proof of a negative test result, or corresponding medical certificate, must be provided on paper or in an electronic document, in German, English or French. The test performed must meet the requirements stated at https://www.rki.de/tests.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    Travellers who have stayed in a ‘risk area’ within 10 days before entry must undergo a 10-day quarantine after arrival in Germany.

    After 5 days of quarantine at the earliest, those entering the country can be tested for SARS-CoV-2 to end the quarantine obligation with a negative test result. Certain groups of people are exempt from the quarantine obligation.

    For more information on quarantine regulations that apply to you and any possible exemptions, please contact the respective federal state. Regulations of the respective federal states are linked at the following website.

     

    Other

    Starting 14 February, entry restrictions and internal border controls with Czechia and the Tyrol region in Austria are reintroduced to prevent the spread of virus mutations. Only some exceptions are allowed to enter Germany from these countries, including returning German nationals or residents. 

     

    Specific rules for Unmarried partners from third countries are available.

     

    Mandatory travel documentation

    Travellers entering the Federal Republic of Germany, who have been in a risk area at any time within the last 10 days before entry, are obliged to digitally register, conduct a test for the coronavirus and, depending on the regulations of the federal state, to go into quarantine. If, in exceptional cases, it is not possible to complete a digital entry registration, travellers must instead fill out a substitute registration on paper.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restrictions.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Germany, the following rules apply:

    Third-country nationals may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state, another Schengen member state or the United Kingdom as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination).

    Under these conditions, third-country nationals may also enter Germany by air and travel overland to their country of destination.

    The third-country national must provide evidence that the conditions listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). A printout of the current national regulations in place in the country of destination implementing Annex I of the Council Recommendation may be presented to meet condition (2). It must be clear from the text that residents of certain countries are not required to provide proof of the reason for travel to the country of destination. If this is not possible, then evidence must be provided of the urgent need for entry in accordance with Annex II of the Council Recommendation. Germany’s border control officials will only check for compliance with the requirements for entering Germany. Alternatively, the traveller may present a document issued by the responsible authorities of the country of destination certifying that entry restrictions have been waived or that approval of entry has been granted. 

    Nationals of non-EU countries (third-country nationals) may enter Germany to travel to a third country if the following conditions are met:

    1. the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
    2. the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country, if applicable.

    The third-country national must provide evidence on the entry that the conditions (1) and (2) listed above have been met. Airline or other travel tickets, etc. may be presented to meet condition (1). To meet condition (2), travellers can present authorisation of entry to the country of destination (e.g. a visa) or an identity document or residence authorisation for the country of destination, for example.

    The obligation to self-isolate at home does not apply in the case of transit through Germany. In this case, however, you are obliged to leave Germany immediately.

    More information is available at Coronavirus and entry restrictions.

    The latest information in German

    *From Third Countries:

    Residents of the following third countries can enter Germany without restrictions: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand.

    Upon confirmation of mutual entry possibilities, the list will also include: China, Hong Kong and Macao.

    For all persons residing in a third country that is not mentioned above, restrictions on travel continue to apply and these persons may enter Germany only for urgent reasons.

    Such restrictions do not apply to German citizens. Citizens of EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, are also exempted from travel restrictions. The same applies to third-country nationals who already have a long-term right of residence in an EU member state or a Schengen country (residence permit or long-term visa), and to members of their family.

     

    Unmarried couples

    Unmarried partners may enter Germany from third countries that are not included in the above list, for short-term visits to the partner living in Germany when the general entry requirements (passport and visa, if applicable) are met, under the condition that the couple is in a long-term relationship/partnership and both partners have met in person in Germany at least once, or the couple had a previously shared residence in another country until recently.
    See declaration of the existence of the relationship.

    Provided that the general entry requirements are met, unmarried couples travelling together may enter Germany for short-term visits for urgent reasons from third countries that are not included in the above list:

    • their relationship is a long-term relationship between a third-country national and a German, or EU+ citizen or national and
    • the couple has a shared residence abroad and there is an important reason for both partners to enter Germany. This is generally the case for births, weddings, bereavements/funerals or other exceptional cases in which there is an urgent family reason (e.g. serious illness of a first- or second-degree relative who therefore urgently needs help).

    The urgent reason for the joint entry of both partners is to be submitted in writing on entering Germany, together with a declaration of the existence of the relationship. Additional documentation such as photos, social media posts, postal/email correspondence may also be provided.

    The decision whether to allow entry at the border is at the discretion of the border officials. All travellers must additionally follow the quarantine rules of the relevant federal state of Germany.

     

    Find out more:
    More information is available at the Federal Foreign Office website and the Ministry of Health (in German).

    Internal Restrictions:
    COVID-19 restrictions: Restrictions on social contact aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 are in place in Germany:
    • Private gatherings are restricted to one household plus another household up to a maximum of five people. Children under the age of 14 do not count towards the maximum of five. Tighter restrictions are in place in areas of high infection rates.
    • Employers are legally obliged to allow employees to work from home, where their work activities allow, until 30 April
    • Restrictions on retail, outdoor gastronomy, museums, art galleries, and other cultural and leisure activities are in force.
    • Services at churches, mosques and synagogues continue to be allowed as long as 1.5m distancing is maintained, mouth-nose coverings are worn and singing is banned.
    • Schools and nurseries are gradually being opened
    • Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and public transport, replacing a previous requirement for simple mouth-nose coverings. Whereas Bavaria requires FFP-2 masks, other states permit a disposable surgical mask. You should follow local guidance.
    These restrictions are implemented by Germany’s 16 states. Where the seven–day incidence rate exceeds 100, restrictions may be tighter or be re-imposed with limited notice.
    As rules may vary please check the latest local guidance
    (in German). There are a variety of sources in English. These measures will next be reviewed on 18 April.

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    25.03.2021
  • Germany Latest News: Government confirms extension of lockdown measures until 18 April, plans shutdown of public life 1-3 April (AP, 23.03.2021). German government plans tighter COVID-19 rules (BBC, 22.03.2021). Authorities extend suspension of passenger transport with areas experiencing COVID-19 variant activity (Brazil, the UK, Ireland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Tyrol in Austria, Moselle in France, and several southern African countries) until at least March 31 (Garda, 18.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Germany is implementing the commonly agreed EU “traffic lights” approach to travel restrictions, which applies to EU and EEA countries.

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions unless a country or region is defined as a ‘virus variant area’, a ‘high incidence area’, or a ‘risk area’ by the Robert Koch Institute. Entry restrictions differ per type of area. 

    The entry rule is based on the country from which the traveller is coming from, and not on nationality.

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Travellers from ‘new variant areas’ and ‘high incidence’ areas, are subject to stricter rules. Anyone who has been in one of these are