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Airlines Updates
Published on 22.10.2021, SAS:

SAS will fly more than 150 routes to 90 destinations during winter 2021-2022.

Published on 18.10.2021, SAS:

Scandinavian Airlines is no longer requiring passengers to wear face masks on some flights.

Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 14.07.2021
Latest News: Swedish government extends ban on travelers from Europe except for vaccinated individuals, those with negative COVID-19 test result; some countries exempt from ban (SVI, 23.06.2021).
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Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux
Published on 15.07.2021
SAS Scandinavian Airlines Ireland resumes operations
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105682-sas-scandinavian-airlines-ireland-resumes-operations
Published on 09.07.2021
SAS increases flights from Scandinavia to the United States
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sas-increases-flights-from-scandinavia-to-the-united-states-301328592.html?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e6a4128265254288345f984fc5dcbdfd2f7fd791-1625829218-0-Acb5gWhQ9MwNpmh_74mcH232A9WUg6Ju5yhb8OBFpP805Wl9DDodWGehlVXbAJ2DdtypJGiG7SQJzpgz0n91zJ3VXlsELowlLozHThAVrRLQbJjf4zN5Q54rWni65CmzZwI2I0sFejvm3tXEv7MfNJ14a9QqOLZgOEjdDa40ZBKSo3gbH_lsAAZlvy-NVABtmWZPw008ZkYOjy38wvKcEXRHZQmocteQB7-wG4TV-EJSo31g9_nbclj5QjcHpwQTimXynIq1bHaQpYSJ4_lWJd-YSQU3uKKyu_XuFFV8Qttp4B5_aqsPuptg_VxgeRk53piBvChBFhtAa6p_-68l0lAcoMHlFLMFtNWoWg8yRAGs5mRHhhdnOdBQZ-qfhBIeaSbR9SsN0sIbVTOZFEpD6tPUyMKmcbV_9QSqvv8nKvVTSOH0YrOGAGKegg-4ZLizBvu1nWaw4w2ccJ_JSRZQd2rUtPWnjUdL2M5Nkn5HhJtjPurqJpmJTcniMOxMjwYsaZuCBKeTHKZgdNHL_gxgWtJ_wI0G1Pkb-2p3FX2imsl4rF02h-l8AlFl5XWwjEfSXxEjs-LYDjIUecNd-XrAXlAi30bmoVbKM91iY30HtTHy75LJclfv5W_jB2adZc7y5uKJyF6_OhaWPug6zl8488plDROtZ10LnO9sBC5Nl_pAOpR3bGsXNEu-zJVywIUJ4qQP6hMLh4vYwsArSyuDnYqj8ANIbGtzo7iAcWcUiaux

Published on 26.10.2020
Ryanair resumes flights between Gothenburg and Banja Luka

01.10.2020 SAS recently filed changes to its inventory for winter 2020/21 season, effective 25OCT20 – 27MAR21. As of 0800GMT 01OCT20, following long-haul service are available for reservation. Additional changes to be filed in the next few weeks.

Copenhagen – Beijing Capital 1 weekly (service to resume on 23OCT20, 2 weekly from 30NOV20)
Copenhagen – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Newark 7 weekly
Copenhagen – San Francisco 2 weekly (4 weekly from 01DEC20)
Copenhagen – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 weekly (3 weekly from 01DEC20)
Copenhagen – Tokyo Haneda 2 weekly (Service replaces Tokyo Narita from 27OCT20, 3 weekly from 06DEC20)
Copenhagen – Washington Dulles 2 weekly (3 weekly from 04DEC20)

30.09.2020 SAS during the month of October 2020 plans to operate following routes, based on schedule listing as of 27SEP20. Last minute changes remain likely, due to ongoing development of travel restrictions. Following operation covers the period of 01OCT20 – 24OCT20.

Europe
Bergen – Alesund 11 weekly
Bergen – Stavanger 27-29 weekly
Bergen – Trondheim 28 weekly
Copenhagen – Aalborg 31-38 weekly
Copenhagen – Aarhus 14-20 weekly
Copenhagen – Amsterdam 6-7 weekly
Copenhagen – Athens 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Bergen 8-10 weekly
Copenhagen – Berlin Tegel 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Birmingham 2 weekly
Copenhagen – Bologna 3-4 weekly
Copenhagen – Brussels 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Chania 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Dusseldorf 8 weekly
Copenhagen – Faro 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Frankfurt 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Gdansk 11 weekly
Copenhagen – Geneva 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Gothenburg 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 1 weekly (week of 18OCT20)
Copenhagen – Hamburg 13-14 weekly
Copenhagen – Krakow 3-4 weekly
Copenhagen – London Heathrow 8 weekly
Copenhagen – Malaga 3-4 weekly
Copenhagen – Manchester 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Milan Malpensa 5-6 weekly
Copenhagen – Munich 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Nice 4-5 weekly
Copenhagen – Oslo 30 weekly
Copenhagen – Palanga 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Palma Mallorca 4-5 weekly
Copenhagen – Paris CDG 2 weekly
Copenhagen – Poznan 1 weekly (week of 04OCT20)
Copenhagen – Rome 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Stavanger 8-10 weekly
Copenhagen – Stockholm Arlanda 40 weekly
Copenhagen – Stuttgart 4-5 weekly
Copenhagen – Tenerife South 1 weekly (week of 18OCT20)
Copenhagen – Trondheim 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Vilnius 6-7 weekly
Copenhagen – Warsaw 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Zurich 5 weekly
Oslo – Aalborg 5 weekly
Oslo – Alesund 21-22 weekly
Oslo – Alicante 3 weekly
Oslo – Alta 6 weekly
Oslo – Bardufoss 14 weekly
Oslo – Bergen 55 weekly
Oslo – Billund 10-12 weekly
Oslo – Bodo 32 weekly
Oslo – Copenhagen 30 weekly
Oslo – Gazipasa 1 weekly
Oslo – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 1 weekly
Oslo – Harstad-Narvik 13 weekly
Oslo – Haugesund 17 weekly
Oslo – Kirkenes 5 weekly
Oslo – Kristiansand 21 weekly

Oslo – Kristiansund 12 weekly
Oslo – Kyiv Borispil 1 weekly
Oslo – Lakselv 2 weekly
Oslo – London Heathrow 4-7 weekly
Oslo – Longyearbyen 2 weekly
Oslo – Molde 12 weekly
Oslo – Stavanger 55-56 weekly
Oslo – Stockholm Arlanda 22 weekly
Oslo – Tromso 38-39 weekly
Oslo – Trondheim 56 weekly
Stavanger – Aberdeen 11 weekly
Stavanger – Trondheim 4 weekly (16 weekly from 11OCT20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Alicante 4-5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Amsterdam 1 weekly (Week of 04OCT20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Angelholm 14 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Are/ostersund 13 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Berlin Tegel 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Brussels 2-3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Copenhagen 40 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Dublin 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Faro 1-2 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Frankfurt 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Gothenburg 25-26 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 1 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Hamburg 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Helsinki 9 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Kalmar 8 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Kiruna 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – London Heathrow 8-9 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Lulea 36 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malaga 7-8 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malmo 23 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Manchester 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Milan Linate 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Munich 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Nice 1 weekly (Except week of 11OCT20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Palma Mallorca 4-6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Ronneby 9 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Skelleftea 14 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Split 1 weekly (week of 04OCT20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Sundsvall 8 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Tallinn 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Umea 22-23 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Visby 3-4 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Zurich 3 weekly
Tromso – Bodo 17 weekly
Tromso – Longyearbyen 4 weekly
Trondheim – Alesund 6 weekly
Trondheim – Bodo 17 weekly

Long-Haul
Copenhagen – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Newark 7 weekly
Copenhagen – San Francisco 2 weekly
Copenhagen – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Washington Dulles 2 weekly

Published on 07.09.2020
SAS resumes Washington service from mid-Sep 2020

Published on 21.08.2020
SAS adds A320neo domestic Norway service in August 2020

05.08.2020 SAS during the month of August 2020 plans to operate following European service, as the airline moves from peak summer season to fall in mid-August 2020. Information is based on 02AUG20’s OAG schedules listing.

Note the effective date on frequency changes and service resumption listed from 16AUG20, is based on the week of 16AUG20. Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s planned operation, including last minute changes.

Bergen – Alesund eff 17AUG20 6 weekly
Bergen – Trondheim 17 weekly (23 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Aalborg 
28 weekly (34 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Aarhus 14 weekly (21 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Alicante 2 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Copenhagen – Amsterdam 11 weekly
Copenhagen – Athens 7 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Bergen 14 weekly (20 weekly from 16AUG20, 22 weekly from 23AUG20)
Copenhagen – Berlin Tegel 8 weekly (7 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Bologna 1 weekly (3 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Brussels 6 weekly (9 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Chania 4 weekly (3 weekly from 09AUG20, 1 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Dublin eff 16AUG20 3 weekly
Copenhagen – Dusseldorf 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Faro 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Frankfurt 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Gdansk 12 weekly
Copenhagen – Geneva 4 weekly (5 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Gothenburg eff 17AUG20 3 weekly
Copenhagen – Hamburg 11 weekly
Copenhagen – Helsinki eff 16AUG20 4 weekly
Copenhagen – London Heathrow 8-10 weekly
Copenhagen – Malaga 7 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Manchester 2 weekly (5 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Milan Malpensa 7 weekly (6 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Munich 4 weekly (6 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Nice 8 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Olbia 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Copenhagen – Oslo 35 weekly (40 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Palanga 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Palma Mallorca 8 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Paris CDG eff 16AUG20 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Pisa 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Copenhagen – Pula 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Copenhagen – Reykjavik Keflavik 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Rome 7 weekly (3 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Split 7 weekly (1 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Stavanger 14 weekly (21 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Stockholm Arlanda 23 weekly (39 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Stuttgart 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Thessaloniki 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Copenhagen – Trondheim 7 weekly (13 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Vagar/Faroe Islands 7 weekly (6 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Venice 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Copenhagen – Vilnius 6 weekly (12 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Warsaw 3 weekly (6 weekly from 16AUG20)
Copenhagen – Zurich 6 weekly
Oslo – Aalborg 7 weekly (5 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Aarhus 7 weekly (5 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Alesund 16 weekly (19-20 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Alicante 7 weekly (4 weekly from 09AUG20)
Oslo – Alta 10 weekly (6 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Amsterdam 4 weekly eff 16AUG20 4 weekly
Oslo – Athens 2 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Oslo – Bardufoss 16 weekly (15 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Bergen 41 weekly (42 weekly from 09AUG20, 48 from 16AUG20, 51 from 23AUG20)
Oslo – Berlin Tegel eff 17AUG20 2 weekly
Oslo – Billund 7 weekly (12 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Bodo 34 weekly (33 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Brussels eff 16AUG20 3 weekly
Oslo – Dublin 2 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Edinburgh 2 weekly
Oslo – Frankfurt 4 weekly (3 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Gdansk eff 16AUG20 2 weekly
Oslo – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas 1 weekly
Oslo – Hamburg eff 16AUG20 2 weekly
Oslo – Harstad-Narvik 27 weekly (14 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Haugesund 13 weekly
Oslo – Kirkenes 11 weekly (7 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Kristiansand 14 weekly (18 weekly from 16AUG20, 20 weekly from 23AUG20)
Oslo – Kristiansund 12 weekly
Oslo – Kyiv Borispil eff 18AUG20 1 weekly
Oslo – Lakselv 2 weekly
Oslo – London Heathrow 7 weekly
Oslo – Longyearbyen 4 weekly (3 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Malaga 3 weekly
Oslo – Manchester 4 weekly
Oslo – Molde 8 weekly
Oslo – Nice 6 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Oslo – Palma Mallorca 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Oslo – Reykjavik Keflavik 3 weekly
Oslo – Split 5 weekly (3 weekly from 09AUG20, 1 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Stavanger 40 weekly (48 weekly from 16AUG20, 50 weekly from 23AUG20)
Oslo – Stockholm Arlanda 17 weekly (18 weekly from 09AUG20, 40 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Tromso 41 weekly (39 weekly from 16AUG20)
Oslo – Trondheim 41 weekly (48 weekly from 16AUG20, 50 weekly from 23AUG20)
Oslo – Zurich 6 weekly (4 weekly from 23AUG20)
Stavanger – Aberdeen 6 weekly (11 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stavanger – Bergen 11 weekly (24 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stavanger – London Heathrow eff 17AUG20 4 weekly
Stavanger – Trondheim eff 17AUG20 15 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Alicante 7 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Amsterdam eff 17AU20 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Angelholm/Helsingborg 12 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Are/Ostersund 6 weekly (7 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Athens 4 weekly (2 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Berlin Tegel 2 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Brussels eff 17AUG20 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Dublin 2 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Faro 1 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Gothenburg 12 weekly (23 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Hamburg eff 21AUG20 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Kalmar 5 weekly (6 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Kiruna 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – London Heathrow 9 weekly (12 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Lulea 24 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malaga 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malmo 11 weekly (23 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Manchester eff 17AUG20 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Milan Linate eff 16AUG20 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Nice 6 weekly (3 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Palma Mallorca 6 weekly (5 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Paris CDG eff 16AUG20 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Rome 1 weekly (until 15AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Ronneby eff 23AUG20 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Skelleftea 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Split 7 weekly (1 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Sundsvall eff 16AUG20 10 weekly (11 weekly from 23AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Tallinn eff 24AUG20 15 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Thessaloniki 4 weekly (1 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Umea 13 weekly (18 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Vilnius eff 24AUG20 11 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Visby 7 weekly (4 weekly from 16AUG20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Zurich 4 weekly (5 weekly from 16AUG20, 6 weekly from 23AUG20)
Tromso – Bodo 12 weekly (17 weekly from 16AUG20)
Tromso – Longyearbyen 3 weekly
Trondheim – Alesund eff 17AUG20 6 weekly
Trondheim – Bodo 12 weekly (17 weekly from 16AUG20)

Published on 22.07.2020
Air Leap delays Stockholm Bromma network expansion to late-Aug 2020

06.07.2020 SAS in recent schedule modified operational schedule for European service for the month of July 2020, up to 19JUL20. As of 03JUL20, planned operation for the period of 01JUL20 – 19JUL20 as follows.

Although timetable listing is not fully updated on/after 20JUL20, the airline already filed changes to its booking inventory. For instance, week of 19JUL20 lists SAS operating 37 weekly flights on Stockholm – Gothenburg route, however only 12 flights available for reservation.

Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s operation.

Copenhagen – Aalborg 28 weekly
Copenhagen – Aarhus 14 weekly
Copenhagen – Alicante 2 weekly
Copenhagen – Amsterdam 11 weekly
Copenhagen – Athens 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Bergen 14 weekly
Copenhagen – Berlin Tegel 8 weekly
Copenhagen – Bologna 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Brussels 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Chania 3 weekly
Copenhagen – Dusseldorf 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Faro 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Frankfurt 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Gdansk 12 weekly
Copenhagen – Geneva 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Hamburg 11 weekly
Copenhagen – London Heathrow 6 weekly (12 weekly from week of 13JUL20)
Copenhagen – Malaga 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Manchester eff 13JUL20 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Milan Malpensa 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Munich 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Nice 8 weekly
Copenhagen – Olbia 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Oslo 35 weekly
Copenhagen – Palanga 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Palma Mallorca 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Pisa 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Pula 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Reykjavik Keflavik 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Rome 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Split 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Stavanger 14 weekly
Copenhagen – Stockholm Arlanda 23 weekly
Copenhagen – Stuttgart 3 weekly
Copenhagen – Thessaloniki 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Trondheim 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Vagar/Faroe Islands 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Venice 1 weekly
Copenhagen – Vilnius 6 weekly
Copenhagen – Warsaw 3 weekly
Copenhagen – Zurich 6 weekly
Oslo – Aalborg 7 weekly
Oslo – Aarhus 7 weekly
Oslo – Alesund 16 weekly
Oslo – Alicante 7 weekly
Oslo – Alta 10 weekly
Oslo – Athens 2 weekly
Oslo – Barcelona 1-2 weekly
Oslo – Bardufoss 16 weekly
Oslo – Bergen 42 weekly
Oslo – Billund 7 weekly
Oslo – Bodo 34 weekly
Oslo – Dublin eff 15JUL20 2 weekly
Oslo – Dusseldorf eff 17JUL20 2 weekly
Oslo – Edinburgh eff 14JUL20 2 weekly
Oslo – Frankfurt eff 16JUL20 2 weekly
Oslo – Gran Canaria 1 weekly
Oslo – Harstad-Narvik 27 weekly
Oslo – Haugesund 13 weekly
Oslo – Kirkenes 11 weekly
Oslo – Kristiansand 14 weekly
Oslo – Kristiansund 12 weekly
Oslo – Lakselv 2 weekly
Oslo – London Heathrow eff 13JUL20 1 daily
Oslo – Longyearbyen 4 weekly
Oslo – Malaga 3-4 weekly
Oslo – Manchester eff 16JUL20 2 weekly
Oslo – Molde 8 weekly
Oslo – Nice 4-5 weekly
Oslo – Palma Mallorca 1 weekly
Oslo – Reykjavik Keflavik 3 weekly
Oslo – Split 5-6 weekly
Oslo – Stavanger 42 weekly
Oslo – Stockholm Arlanda 18 weekly
Oslo – Tromso 4 weekly
Oslo – Trondheim 44 weekly
Oslo – Zurich eff 11JUL20 3 weekly
Stavanger – Aberdeen 6 weekly
Stavanger – Bergen 11 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Alicante 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Angelholm/Helsingborg 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Are/ostersund 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Athens 3 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Dublin eff 16JUL20 2 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Faro 1 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Frankfurt eff 16JUL20 2 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Gothenburg 12 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Helsinki 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Kalmar 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – London Heathrow 8 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Lulea 24 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malaga 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malmo 11 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Milan Malpensa 1 weekly (until 11JUL20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Nice 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Palma Mallorca 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Rome eff 18JUL20 1 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Skelleftea 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Split 4 weekly (1 daily from 13JUL20)
Stockholm Arlanda – Thessaloniki 4 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Umea 13 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Visby 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Zurich eff 17JUL20 2 weekly
Tromso – Bodo 12 weekly
Tromso – Longyearbyen 3 weekly
Trondheim – Bergen 17 weekly
Trondheim – Bodo 12 weekly
Umea – Kiruna 6 weekly

Published on 02.07.2020
Novair July/August 2020 operations as of 28JUN20
TUIfly Nordic July/August 2020 operations as of 28JUN20

17.06.2020
SAS yesterday (16JUN20) announced its planned operation in July 2020. For long-haul route, it includes service resumption on Copenhagen – San Francisco route, effective from 02JUL20. This route will be served twice weekly.

SK935 CPH1205 – 1420SFO EQV 47
SK936 SFO1610 – 1150+1CPH EQV 15

As schedule change remains incomplete, operational aircraft tentatively shows A330/340/350. For July 2020, the airline also operates following long-haul routes:

Copenhagen – Chicago O’Hare 4 weekly
Copenhagen – Newark 5 weekly
04.06.2020 SAS in the last few days updated planned European operation for the month of June 2020. Previously reported on Airlineroute, the airline plans to restore additional 11 routes.

The following is list of planned European operation for the week of 07JUN20.Copenhagen – Aalborg 16 weekly
Copenhagen – Aarhus 11 weekly
Copenhagen – Amsterdam 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Bergen 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Oslo 7 weekly
Copenhagen – Stavanger 5 weekly
Copenhagen – Stockholm Arlanda 7 weekly
Kiruna – Umea 6 weekly
Oslo – Alesund 12 weekly
Oslo – Alicante  weekly
Oslo – Alta 6 weekly
Oslo – Bardufoss 13 weekly
Oslo – Bergen 29 weekly
Oslo – Harstad-Narvik 12 weekly
Oslo – Haugesund 
11 weekly
Oslo – Kirkenes 6 weekly
Oslo – Kristiansand 11 weekly
Oslo – Kristiansund 12 weekly
Oslo – Lakselv 2 weekly
Oslo – Molde 6 weekly
Oslo – Stavanger 29 weekly
Oslo – Stockholm Arlanda 12 weekly
Oslo – Tromso 18 weekly
Oslo – Trondheim 32 weekly
Stavanger – Aberdeen 
5 weekly
Stavanger – Bergen 
16 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Athens 1 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Gothenburg 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Helsinki 10 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Kalmar 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – London Heathrow 7 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Lulea 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malaga 2 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Malmo 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Skelleftea – Lulea – Stockholm Arlanda 6 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Split 1 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Turku 5 weekly
Stockholm Arlanda – Umea 6 weekly
Tromso – Bodo 
12 weekly
Tromso – Longyearbyen 3 weekly
Trondheim – Bergen 16 weekly
Trondheim – Bodo 
12 weekly

The airline’s planned Stockholm Arlanda – Ängelholm service will be resumed on 15JUN20.

Published on 03.06.2020
Air Leap adds new routes from Stockholm in May/June 2020

Published on 29.05.2020
SAS restores additional European routes in June 2020

Published on 28.05.2020
SAS resumes limited long-haul (CPH-ORD, CPH-EWR) passenger service from June 2020

Published on 27.05.2020
Scandinavian Airlines will resume some of its suspended flights in first half of June

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Sweden
Crossing Rules

Passengers are not allowed to enter until 31 March 2021.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to family members of nationals of Sweden if arriving from a country other than Denmark, Norway or United Kingdom. More details on family members can be found at: https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/faq/
– This does not apply to family members of nationals of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See) if arriving from a country other than Denmark, Norway or United Kingdom. More details on family members can be found at: https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/faq/
– This does not apply to passengers with a national visa issued by Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or Vatican City (Holy See) and their family members. They must arrive from a country other than Denmark, Norway or United Kingdom and the visa must be issued with a validity of more than 3 months.
– This does not apply to students if arriving from a country other than Denmark, Norway or United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 18 years traveling to meet a parent residing in Sweden, and accompanying persons.
– This does not apply to parents traveling to meet their children younger than 18 years residing in Sweden.

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) antigen, LAMP or PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 48 hours before arrival.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 18 years.

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Movement restrictions

National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 20 October 2020 to TBD

The Public Health Authority cancels the recommendation of unnecessary travel that applies during the covid-19 epidemic, from June 13. Healthy people can travel freely within Sweden during the summer vacation. The new guidelines apply from 13 June. Additional measures during travel applies to keep social distancing and avoid new social contacts.

18 March: Public Health Agency has issued a recommendation to avoid social contact if you have symptoms or are aged over 70.
25 March: Ban on crowding in restaurants, caffes and bars: there may be no crowding between people in lines, at tables, buffets or bar counters in restaurants, caffes and bars. Also, it is recommended that people over the age of 70 should not be allowed to participate in indoor group activities (sport).
1 April: Ban on visits to all elderly homes to prevent the spread of covid-19 disease.
1 April: Further stricture recommendations for restaurants and shops, assuring distant is kept. Sport training and matches should be held outside without risks for infections if not, cancelled. Organisations should cancel meetings. For transport limited no of passengers. People over the age of 70 and risk groups should not go with public transport and reduce social contact.
18 April: Emergency powers (new law) to be able to take coronary-related decisions quickly by the Government. In force from 18 April until 30 June
26 April: 5 pubs in Stockholm closed due to non respecting rules.
15 June: The ban on visits to the elderly care is extended until 31 August. Announced by government at press conference.
14 July: Clarification on the ban to not visit elderly homes: people tested positive for antibodies are to be exempt from the ban.
30 July: From 1 August, everyone who is resident in Sweden can travel to Denmark if they have what the Danish authorities consider a special reason, or have booked a six nights stay. Further information on Sweden Abroad and the Danish police.
20 August: The ban visiting nursing homes will be extended until September 30 and will be further investigated by the Swedish Public Health Agency and the National Board of Health and Welfare
15/9. The government has decided that the ban on visit to nursing homes will end from 1 October.

05/10: Public Health Agency has issued a recommendation that healthy adults living in the same household as a person with confirmed covid-19 shall receive “rules of conduct” to stay at home by their physician. The length of the stay-at-home period is 7 days after the household member has tested positive for covid-19 (they recommend the persons in the household without symptoms to be tested 5 days after the initial test, but testing procedures/planning is up to the individual regions and based on the specific conditions in in the region). The Government has issued a press release that persons staying at home with someone who has confirmed covid-19 is allowed to apply for allowance to cover for the loss of income during that period.
20/10 Sweden, regional measure. Region Uppsala. Valid from 20/10: The Swedish Public Health Agency and the Public Infection control doctor in the Uppsala Region have decided on stricter general advice for people staying in the county of Uppsala. Measures a) avoid travelling by public transport or other public transport and b) if possible, avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. The decision also includes stricter general guidelines for activities – such as shops and sports facilities – and workplaces in Uppsala.

More info on https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/nyheter-och-press/nyhetsarkiv/2020/oktober/beslut-om-skarpta-allmanna-rad-i-uppsala-lan/

27 Oct: The Swedish Public Health Agency and the Public Infection control doctor in Region Skåne Region have decided on stricter general advice. Measures 1) avoid public transport and other shared means of transport. 2) Avoid spending time in indoors environments such as shops, shopping centres, museums, libraries, swimming pools, gyms, etc. 3) Avoid meetings, concerts, shows, sport events, competitions. 4) Avoid physical contacts with anyone expect people you share living with. Exceptions apply. These measures are valid until 17 November, but can be prolonged.
Also the rule of maximum 50 persons in gatherings will remain in place in Skåne until 30 November.
Info: https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/nyheter-och-press/nyhetsarkiv/2020/oktober/beslut-om-skarpta-allmanna-rad-i-skane-lan/

29 Oct: The Swedish Public Health Agency and the Public Infection control doctors in Regions Stockholm, Västra Götaland and Östergötland have decided on stricter general advice. Measures 1) Avoid spending time in indoors environments such as shops, shopping centres, museums, libraries, swimming pools, gyms, etc. 2) Avoid meetings, concerts, shows, sport events, competitions. 3) Avoid physical contacts with anyone expect people you share living with. Exceptions apply.
Also the rule of maximum 50 persons in gatherings will remain in place in these regions and in Uppsala.

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 March 2020 to 15 November 2020

information in English available about restrictions and regulations you need to be aware of if you are planning a stay in Sweden this summer on https://www.krisinformation.se/en/summer
14 March: recommendation to cancel all non-essential trips to all countries. Valid until 16 June
19 March: In response to the European Council and Commission’s recommendation, the Government has decided to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden. The border is partially closed to all countries except EEA + Switzerland
13 May: Extension of the recommendation from unnecessary travel from Sweden to all countries. Valid until July 15, 2020.
14 May: Extension of decision decided to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden. The border is partially closed to all countries except EEA + Switzerland. Valid until 15 June.
4 June: Seasonal workers in agriculture, forestry and horticulture are added to the list of people who can be exempted from the entry ban (outside Schengen), decision by the Government.
Extension of decision decided to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden. The border is partially closed to all countries except EEA + Switzerland. Valid until 30 June.
17 June: Update on international travel restriction. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1) cancels from 30 June the recommendation for unnecessary trips to the following countries: Belgium, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Luxembourg, Portugal, Switzerland and Spain. For other countries in the EU, EES and Schengen, the recommendation remains until 15 July 2) For trips to countries outside the EU, the EEA and the Schengen area, the recommendation for unnecessary travel is extended until 31 August 2020.
25 June: Extension of decision decided to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden. The border is partially closed to all countries except EEA + Great Britain, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. Valid until 7 July
30 June: Sweden Update under Other international restriction. 30 June Ministry of Foreign Affairs allow travel from Sweden to Belgium, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Luxembourg, Portugal, Switzerland and Spain(earlier communicated 17/6). The decision also applies to Hungary, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican City. Valid from 30/6
2 July: Additional extension of the decision to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden. In line with the new EU recommendations on the travel ban, that meant the decision was eased in several respects. The border is partially closed to all countries except EEA + Great Britain and Switzerland. Decision in force from 4 July and valid to 31 Aug 2020.
14 July: Ministry of Foreign Affairs withdraws the recommendation for non-essential travelling to Andorra, Poland and Germany. However, Switzerland has been put back on the list of countries for which non-essential travel is not recommended. Updated list of countries for which the recommendation for non-essential travel has been revoked: Andorra, Belgium, France, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Luxembourg, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Vatican City. Valid from 15 July to 29 July.

17 July: Modification of the list of countries exempted from the temporary travel ban to Sweden, new list (valid from 19 July): EEA countires, Great Britain, Switzerland + Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Japan, Canada, Marocco, New Zeeland, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay.
29 July: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs withdraws the recommendation for non-essential travelling from Sweden to Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. Updated list of countries for non-essential travel in Europe are: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia and Austria, and Great Britain. Measure valid until 12 August.
3 July: The government announces that from 5 August, those who live in Algeria may no longer travel into Sweden.
12 August: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs lifts the advice against unnecessary trips to Liechtenstein and Austria from 12/8. This implies that countries that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against travelling to within the EU, EEA (European Economic Area) and the Schengen area are currently the following: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia. This advice is valid until until 26 August 2020. Complete list of countries on https://www.regeringen.se/uds-reseinformation/ud-avrader/
13 August: The government announces that from 15 August, those who live in Morocco may no longer travel into Sweden.
27 August: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs lifts the advice against unnecessary trips to Bulgaria, the Netherlands and Romania valid from 27/8. This implies that countries that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against traveling to within the EU, EEA (European Economic Area) and the Schengen area, are currently the following: Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Slovenia, Slovakia. This is valid until 9 September.
27 August: For all countries outside of the EU, EEA, Schengen and UK, the advice against unnecessary trips is extended to 15 November.
27 August: Extension of decision to temporarily stop unnecessary trips to Sweden from non-EEA countries until 31 October. Exceptions apply for travelers from: Australia, Georgia, Japan, Canada, New Zeeland, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay.
9 September: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs lifts the advice against unnecessary trips to Cyprus, valid from 10/9. This implies that countries that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against traveling to within the EU, EEA (European Economic Area) and the Schengen area, are currently the following: Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Slovenia, Slovakia. This is valid until 23 September.
14 September: The Ministry for Foreign Affairs, removes the advice against unnecessary travel to the United Kingdom. The decision applies from 14/9
22 September: The Ministry for Foreign Affairs, removes the advice against unnecessary travel to Finland and Slovakia. The decision applies from 21/9
09 October: The Ministry for Foreign Affairs, removes the advice against unnecessary travel to Malta and Slovenia. The decision applies from 08/10.

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Flight Restrictions

published 28.10.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 22 December 2020.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom .
– This does not apply to family members of nationals of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See). More details on family members can be found at: polisen.se
– This does not apply to family members of British nationals. More details on family members can be found at: polisen.se
– This does not apply to passengers with a national visa issued by Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Vatican City (Holy See) and their family members. The visa must be issued with a validity of more than 3 months.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling as students.

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Quarantine

Quarantine is not required.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden recommends that anyone who is 6 years of age or older, including Swedish citizens, entering Sweden from outside the Nordic countries take a PCR test after arriving in Sweden.The recommendation applies regardless of whether you have symptoms or not. If you enter Sweden from a so-called third country, you may also need to self-isolate for seven days after your arrival. This recommendation is valid until 31 October.
Exemptions to the recommendation are available here: https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/the-public-health-agency-of-sweden/communicable-disease-control/covid-19/if-you-are-planning-to-travel/recommendations-for-those-travelling/

You should follow the the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for everyone travelling to Sweden from abroad regardless of symptoms if you are not fully vaccinated and if you are entering from a country where the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discourage from non-essential travel.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
Travellers from the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland) are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirement. This also applies to people with residence permits in Sweden, regardless of citizenship. Travellers from the other EU and Schengen Associated Countries must present either:
Certificate of vaccination against the COVID-19;
Certificate of recovery from COVID-19;
a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.
Accepted tests: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP
The information must be provided in one of these languages: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish or French.
To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test max 48 hours old. A list of countries exempted from the ban on non-essential travel is available at krisinformation.se.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-10-20
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 14251895
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 26478
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 140.27
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 2606

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:
been vaccinated against COVID-19 (vaccine type and manufacturer, number of doses, date of vaccination);
received a negative test result, PCR or rapid antigen, with the name of the test, date and time of test, test centre and result (self-tests are not valid);
recovered from COVID-19 (positive PCR test result valid for 180 days).
When travelling, holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate will have the same rights as citizens of the visited Member State who have been vaccinated, tested or recovered.

The Swedish government has taken the next step in slowly opening up for vaccinated travelers from outside the EU. The government decided that the EU Commission’s list of approved vaccine certificates – i.e. certificates that are legally treated as equivalent to the EU’s own Digital Covid Certificate – will apply in Sweden, too, reports the TT news agency. This currently includes certificates issued by North Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and The Vatican – but it could be extended to more countries in the future. Sweden intends to approve vaccine certificates as and when they are approved by the EU. The government’s decision will come into force on September 20th.

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Shop and Events

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between to TBD

18 April: Emergency powers (new law) to be able to take coronary-related decisions quickly by the Government. In force from 18 April until 30 June

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 12 March 2020 to TBD

12 March: Events with more than 500 people prohibited
29 March: More restrictive ban of events more than 50. However, all private events are not included in the ban. Schools, shopping malls, public transport and company events are not affected by the ban.
18 April: Emergency powers (new law) to be able to take coronary-related decisions quickly by the Government. In force from 18 April until 30 June
19 May. Allowance of summer activities for children (born 2002 and after), if they are close to home and in smaller groups. A risk tool with precautionary measures for organisers are presented with different criteria’s to evaluate. Training and activities should be outside and distance kept when eating and sleeping. (What is a smaller group is not defined, the event ban more than 50 people is still valid) https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/smittskydd-beredskap/utbrott/aktuella-utbrott/covid-19/verksamheter/information-till-arrangorer-av-evenemang/
29 May. Sport events are allowed from 14 June, the advice of no close contact and no travel for elite level sporting events will no longer be in force. Crowds are not allowed though since the ban on groups of more than 50 people remain.
08 October: The Government has introduced an exception from the rule on gatherings. From 08 October it will be possible to arrange/hold an event with more than 50 persons in places already under the temporary law for places of service (i.e. restaurants, cafes, pubs and similar).
23 October. Valid from 1/11. The government has decided 1) Exemptions from the limit of 50 people at public gatherings and public events. The ceiling for a seated audiences will be raised to 300 people at cultural and sport events. 2) Public dance events for more than 50 people will again be banned (an exemption was given to restaurants 8/10 for arrangements of events).

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Schools/Univercity closure

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 15 June 2020 to TBD

The decision to issue a recommendation for distant learning for upper secondary, adult educ, universities is revoked. From 15 June all upper secondary students can go back to school. Adult educ/universities may need to continue due to the rule to avoid bigger crowds (< 50 people). 16 March: Law to allow for distant learning to be applied. Pre-school, primary and secondary school: head masters, school managers to determine, on their own, depending on local situation. 18 March: The Public Health Agency of Sweden is recommending closing and move to distant learning for all schools from upper secondary and upwards (i.e. upper secondary school, universities, adult education etc). The Government expects the recommendation to be followed by all schools. 21 March: Law to give Government or head master the power to close schools under extraordinary circumstances. 18 April: Emergency powers (new law) to be able to take coronary-related decisions quickly by the Government. In force from 18 April until 30 June 1 June: Notification that the recommendation for distance learning for upper secondary schools, univ and adult education expires on June 15th and will not be renewed. 17 June: Update under Other, Schools/Univ. closure, Gällivare municipality (1 of 290 in total) in the region of Norrbotten announces that they are closing all summer school and cultural facilities to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Updates comes later on further measures. 17 July: Ministry of Education has issued a modification in the school regulation so that when the school starts this autumn it will be possible under certain circumstances to continue partially with distance learning. The main goal of this is to avoid crowding on the public transport. The modification will enter into force on August 10.

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Other

Other: open/confirmed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 11 March 2020 to TBD

18 March: Emergency powers (new law) to be able to take coronary-related decisions quickly by the Government. In force from 18 April until 30 June
27 May: Decision of the 21 regions in Sweden to be responsible for planning, coordinating and to make sure the testing of Covid-19 are carried out in a robust way for for the risk groups 1-3. https://skr.se/tjanster/press/nyheter/nyhetsarkiv/regionernabeslutaromansvarforprovtagning.33298.html (info only in Swedish)
27 June: The Public Health Agency has been tasked by Government to support local/regional active contact tracing. More details will be provided in the following weeks.
1 July. New law concerning measures for reducing spread of infections at restaurants, cafes and bars. They are now responsible for adopting measures for reducing covid-19, but most importantly the municipalities are now responsible to check measures in place and decision for a possible closure if measures are not followed. Previously, the responsibility of restaurant’s has been regulated in the Public Health Authority’s regulations and general advice (HSLF-FS 2020: 9) to prevent the infection of covid-19. That regulation is replaced by the new law. ( A stronger legal measure)
30 July: The Swedish Public Health Agency recommends that those who have the opportunity to work from home should continue to do so during the autumn 2020
30 July: The Government delegates to the county administrative boards/regional authorities (21) to communicate with the public, municipalities and other relevant actors about recommendations, guidelines and advice concerning covid-19
20 August: The National Board of Health and Welfare https://www.socialstyrelsen.se/om-socialstyrelsen/pressrum/press/ny-statistik-om-aldre-med-covid-19-som-vardats-pa-sjukhus/ has published new statistics on the elderly with covid-19 who have been cared for in hospital. Factsheet https://www.socialstyrelsen.se/globalassets/1-globalt/covid-19-faq/faktablad-statistik-avlidna-sarskilt-boende-hemtjanst-covid19.pdf
20 August: The ban visiting nursing homes will be extended until September 30 and will be further investigated by the Swedish Public Health Agency and the National Board of Health and Welfare, communication by the Government https://www.regeringen.se/pressmeddelanden/2020/08/oversyn-av-besoksforbudet-pa-aldreboenden/
19 October. (General advice, Regional “consultation power” measure). To facilitate the control of local outbreaks of Covid-19, the Swedish Public Health Agency has decided (13/10) on General advice (legal binding, in Swedish Allmänna råd) that can be apply for a limited time within a geographically defined area. What does it mean? If an outbreak is taking place in a region/local area, the Swedish Public Health Agency may, after consultation with the region’s “Public Infection control doctor, in Swedish Smittskyddsläkare”, decide which measures to apply in the region or in a part of a region. Examples of local measures for people are: restrictions for transport, travel, visits to elderly homes, visit to restaurants , gyms or other indoor environments where people gather and if possible, avoid physical contact with people you do not live with. The Swedish Public Health Agency and the regional “Public Infection control doctor” decide in consultation with each other, which measures that should be applied.

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Full Restrictions

  • Sweden Starting from next Tuesday, October 19, travellers from the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain can enter Sweden restriction-free, regardless of their vaccination status, the Swedish Ministry of Justice has announced.

    In a press release issued on Friday, October 15, the Ministry explains that the decision has been taken in compliance with the Council of the European Union’s latest recommendation to the EU Member States to abolish the entry ban on these two countries.

    The Council added these two third countries to its list of epidemiologically safe third countries on October 8, after both had reported a drop in the number of COVID-19 cases.

    Data by the World Health Organization shows that the rate of the newly reported cases in the past seven days per 100,000 population per Bahrain is 23.74, and 9.05 for UAE. Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, the UAE, which is home to 9.89 million residents, has recorded 738,268 cases, whereas Bahrain, which has a population of 1.702 million, has marked 275,862 COVID-19 cases.

    “As a result of today’s decision, residents of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates are exempted from the entry ban solely on the basis that they reside there. Other exemptions from the entry ban will also continue to apply to residents of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates,” the Ministry explains.

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    16.10.2021
  • Sweden Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions provided below.

    The Government has extended until 31 October 2021 the general entry ban for foreign citizens who are not able to present a vaccination certificate, a negative COVID-19 test result, or a certificate confirming the recovery from COVID-19.

    Travellers from the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland) are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirement. This also applies to people with residence permits in Sweden, regardless of citizenship.

    Travellers from the other EU and Schengen Associated Countries must present either:

    • Certificate of vaccination against the COVID-19;
    • Certificate of recovery from COVID-19;
    • a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.
      Accepted tests: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

      The following information must appear on the certificate:

      • name of the person who has been tested
      • date/time of the test
      • type of test
      • the test result
      • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be provided in one of these languages: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish or French.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    The Public Health Agency of Sweden recommends that anyone who is 6 years of age or older, including Swedish citizens, entering Sweden from outside the Nordic countries take a PCR test after arriving in Sweden.The recommendation applies regardless of whether you have symptoms or not.  If you enter Sweden from a so-called third country, you may also need to self-isolate for seven days after your arrival. This recommendation is valid until 31 October. Exemptions to the recommendation are available here: https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/the-public-health-agency-of-sweden/communicable-disease-control/covid-19/if-you-are-planning-to-travel/recommendations-for-those-travelling/

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions (Krisinformation.se)
    Information about the Swedish travel restrictions from the Police
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    Frequently asked questions about the temporary entry ban to the EU via Sweden
    Information about travelling to Sweden from Visit Sweden (Sweden’s official website for tourism and travel information)

     

    Contact for Sweden:
    For questions about the entry restrictions to Sweden, contact the Swedish Police on 114 14.

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 August 2021.A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    A list of countries exempted from the ban on non-essential travel is available at krisinformation.se.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test max 48 hours old.

    In addition, you should follow the the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for everyone travelling to Sweden from abroad regardless of symptoms if you are not fully vaccinated and if you are entering from a country where the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discourage from non-essential travel.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

     

    Find out more:
    Recommendations for people entering Sweden from abroad

    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas, check guidance for more information . Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19.
    The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. The Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport during peak hours (on weekdays between 07.00–09.00 and 16.00–18.00).
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place, check guidance for more information. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises and to attend events and public gatherings. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    02.09.2021
  • Sweden Amid increasing rates of COVID-19 cases in the country, Sweden has decided to extend the entry ban on travellers from outside the country for another two months at least.

    The decision has been announced by the Swedish Ministry of Justice on Thursday, August 26, according to which, exempt from the entry ban are only travellers from the Nordic countries, as well as travellers from the other EU/EEA countries. The latter, however, can enter Sweden for non-essential purposes only if they have either:

    been vaccinated against COVID-19,
    tested negative within 72 hours before reaching Sweden, or
    recovered from COVID-19 in the last six months.
    Arrivals from the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway – can enter restriction-free and are not subject to any of the three requirements listed above.

    “Travellers from countries outside the EU/EEA can only enter Sweden if they are covered by one of the exemptions from the entry ban and can also present a negative COVID-19 test result. The extended entry bans apply until October 31, 2021, or until further notice,” the Ministry further notes.

    This means that eligible to enter Sweden from third-countries are only those travelling for absolutely essential purposes, as passengers in transit, people who travel for the purpose of studying, seasonal workers, healthcare workers, etc.

    At the same time, exempt from the entry ban on non-essential travel from third countries are the residents of the countries under the EU’s list of epidemiologically safe third countries, which are as follows: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kosovo, Lebanon, Montenegro, Macao, North Macedonia, New Zealand, Qatar, Moldova, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Ukraine or the United States.

    “For a foreign citizen to be exempt from the entry ban will also require them to be able to present a certificate showing a negative result for ongoing COVID-19 infection from a test conducted within 48 hours prior to arrival,” the Ministry of Justice notes.

    It further adds that the reason behind the government’s decision to extend the entry ban is the continued uncertainty concerning COVID-19-infection and the spread of particularly significant variants of the virus.

    So far, Sweden has recorded a total of 1,120,628 COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, 1,278 of which within the last 24 hours, data by the World Health Organization reveals.

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    27.08.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities remove COVID-19 advice against travel to Ukraine, reintroduce travel warnings for Rwanda and Thailand (The Local- Sweden, 22.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions provided below.

    The Government has extended until 31 August 2021 the general entry ban for foreign citizens who are not able to present a vaccination certificate, a negative COVID-19 test result, or a certificate confirming the recovery from COVID-19.

    Travellers from the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland) are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirement. This also applies to people with residence permits in Sweden, regardless of citizenship.

    Travellers from the other EU and Schengen Associated Countries must present either:

    • Certificate of vaccination against the COVID-19;
    • Certificate of recovery from COVID-19;
    • a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.
      Accepted tests: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

      The following information must appear on the certificate:

      • name of the person who has been tested
      • date/time of the test
      • type of test
      • the test result
      • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be provided in one of these languages: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish or French.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    The Public Health Agency of Sweden recommends that everybody, including Swedish citizens, entering Sweden from outside the Nordic countries take a PCR test after arriving in Sweden. If you enter Sweden from a so-called third country, you may also need to self-isolate for seven days after your arrival. This recommendation is valid from 12 July to 31 August. Exemptions to the recommendation are available here: https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/the-public-health-agency-of-sweden/communicable-disease-control/covid-19/if-you-are-planning-to-travel/recommendations-for-those-travelling/

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions (Krisinformation.se)
    Information about the Swedish travel restrictions from the Police
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    Frequently asked questions about the temporary entry ban to the EU via Sweden
    Information about travelling to Sweden from Visit Sweden (Sweden’s official website for tourism and travel information)

     

    Contact for Sweden:
    For questions about the entry restrictions to Sweden, contact the Swedish Police on 114 14.

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 August 2021.A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    A list of countries exempted from the ban on non-essential travel is available at krisinformation.se.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test max 48 hours old.

    In addition, you should follow the the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for everyone travelling to Sweden from abroad regardless of symptoms if you are not fully vaccinated and if you are entering from a country where the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discourage from non-essential travel.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

     

    Find out more:
    Recommendations for people entering Sweden from abroad

    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas, check guidance for more information . Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19.
    The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. The Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport during peak hours (on weekdays between 07.00–09.00 and 16.00–18.00).
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place, check guidance for more information. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises and to attend events and public gatherings. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    27.07.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government extends ban on travelers from Europe except for vaccinated individuals, those with negative COVID-19 test result; some countries exempt from ban (SVI, 23.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions provided below.

    The Government has extended until 31 August 2021 the general entry ban for foreign citizens who are not able to present a vaccination certificate, a negative COVID-19 test result, or a certificate confirming the recovery from COVID-19.

    Travellers from the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland) are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirement. This also applies to people with residence permits in Sweden, regardless of citizenship.

    Travellers from the other EU and Schengen Associated Countries must present either:

    • Certificate of vaccination against the COVID-19;
    • Certificate of recovery from COVID-19;
    • a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.
      Accepted tests: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

      The following information must appear on the certificate:

      • name of the person who has been tested
      • date/time of the test
      • type of test
      • the test result
      • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be provided in one of these languages: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish or French.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    Citizens from an EEA country do not need to follow the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations after arrival if no symptoms are present. 

     

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions (Krisinformation.se)
    Information about the Swedish travel restrictions from the Police
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    Frequently asked questions about the temporary entry ban to the EU via Sweden
    Information about travelling to Sweden from Visit Sweden (Sweden’s official website for tourism and travel information)

     

    Contact for Sweden:
    For questions about the entry restrictions to Sweden, contact the Swedish Police on 114 14.

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 August 2021.A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    A list of countries exempted from the ban on non-essential travel is available at krisinformation.se.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test max 48 hours old.

    In addition, you should follow the the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for everyone travelling to Sweden from abroad regardless of symptoms if you are not fully vaccinated and if you are entering from a country where the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discourage from non-essential travel.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

     

    Find out more:
    Recommendations for people entering Sweden from abroad

    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas, check guidance for more information . Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19.
    The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. The Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport during peak hours (on weekdays between 07.00–09.00 and 16.00–18.00).
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place, check guidance for more information. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises and to attend events and public gatherings. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    14.07.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government extends ban on travelers from Europe except for vaccinated individuals, those with negative COVID-19 test result; some countries exempt from ban (SVI, 23.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions provided below.

    The Government has extended until 31 August 2021 the general entry ban for foreign citizens who are not able to present a vaccination certificate, a negative COVID-19 test result, or a certificate confirming the recovery from COVID-19.

    Travellers from the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland) are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirement. This also applies to people with residence permits in Sweden, regardless of citizenship.

    Travellers from the other EU and Schengen Associated Countries must present either:

    • Certificate of vaccination against the COVID-19;
    • Certificate of recovery from COVID-19;
    • a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.
      Accepted tests: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

      The following information must appear on the certificate:

      • name of the person who has been tested
      • date/time of the test
      • type of test
      • the test result
      • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be provided in one of these languages: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish or French.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    Citizens from an EEA country do not need to follow the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations after arrival if no symptoms are present. 

     

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions (Krisinformation.se)
    Information about the Swedish travel restrictions from the Police
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    Frequently asked questions about the temporary entry ban to the EU via Sweden
    Information about travelling to Sweden from Visit Sweden (Sweden’s official website for tourism and travel information)

     

    Contact for Sweden:
    For questions about the entry restrictions to Sweden, contact the Swedish Police on 114 14.

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 August 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    A list of countries exempted from the ban on non-essential travel is available at krisinformation.se.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempted from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas, check guidance for more information . Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19.
    The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. The Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport during peak hours (on weekdays between 07.00–09.00 and 16.00–18.00).
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place, check guidance for more information. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises and to attend events and public gatherings. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    05.07.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government extends ban on travelers from Europe except for vaccinated individuals, those with negative COVID-19 test result; some countries exempt from ban (SVI, 23.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions provided below.

    The Government has extended until 31 August 2021 the general entry ban for foreign citizens who are not able to present a vaccination certificate, a negative COVID-19 test result, or a certificate confirming the recovery from COVID-19.

    Travellers from the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland) are exempted from the COVID-19 test requirement. This also applies to people with residence permits in Sweden, regardless of citizenship.

    Travellers from the other EU and Schengen Associated Countries must present either:

    • Certificate of vaccination against the COVID-19;
    • Certificate of recovery from COVID-19;
    • a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival.
      Accepted tests: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

      The following information must appear on the certificate:

      • name of the person who has been tested
      • date/time of the test
      • type of test
      • the test result
      • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be provided in one of these languages: Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish or French.

    Travellers under 18 years old are exempted from the above mentioned requirements.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    A second test 5 days after arrival is recommended.

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions (Krisinformation.se)
    Information about the Swedish travel restrictions from the Police
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    Frequently asked questions about the temporary entry ban to the EU via Sweden
    Information about travelling to Sweden from Visit Sweden (Sweden’s official website for tourism and travel information)

     

    Contact for Sweden:
    For questions about the entry restrictions to Sweden, contact the Swedish Police on 114 14.

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 August 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    A list of countries exempted from the ban on non-essential travel is available at krisinformation.se.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempted from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19.
    The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. The Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises and to attend events and public gatherings. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    29.06.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Authorities extend warning against nonessential travel to non-EU countries until at least 1 July; exempts seven countries (Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand) from list beginning 1 June (The Local, 25.05.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens who cannot present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival in Sweden until 31 May 2021.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 May 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. Since February 2021 it also includes a requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for entry into Sweden. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempt from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

    Entry to Sweden from the UK is subject to the same rules that apply to other third countries outside the EU/EEA area. In practice, this means that an entry ban and the requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for people arriving from the UK will remain in effect, with certain exemptions.

    British citizens and their family members who have applied for residence status are exempt from the entry ban and test requirement on entry to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    26.05.2021
  • Sweden Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens who cannot present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival in Sweden until 31 May 2021.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    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 restriction.

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 May 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. Since February 2021 it also includes a requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for entry into Sweden. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempt from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

    Entry to Sweden from the UK is subject to the same rules that apply to other third countries outside the EU/EEA area. In practice, this means that an entry ban and the requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for people arriving from the UK will remain in effect, with certain exemptions.

    British citizens and their family members who have applied for residence status are exempt from the entry ban and test requirement on entry to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    01.05.2021
  • Sweden Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens who cannot present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival in Sweden until 31 May 2021.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

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

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 May 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. Since February 2021 it also includes a requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for entry into Sweden. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempt from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

    Entry to Sweden from the UK is subject to the same rules that apply to other third countries outside the EU/EEA area. In practice, this means that an entry ban and the requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for people arriving from the UK will remain in effect, with certain exemptions.

    British citizens and their family members who have applied for residence status are exempt from the entry ban and test requirement on entry to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    29.04.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government to end ban on travelers arriving from Denmark and Norway on 31 March (Reuters, 24.03.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens who cannot present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival in Sweden until 31 May 2021.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

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

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 May 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. Since February 2021 it also includes a requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for entry into Sweden. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempt from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

    Entry to Sweden from the UK is subject to the same rules that apply to other third countries outside the EU/EEA area. In practice, this means that an entry ban and the requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for people arriving from the UK will remain in effect, with certain exemptions.

    British citizens and their family members who have applied for residence status are exempt from the entry ban and test requirement on entry to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    20.04.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government to end ban on travelers arriving from Denmark and Norway on 31 March (Reuters, 24.03.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens who cannot present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival in Sweden until 31 May 2021.

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP

    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

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

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens until 31 May 2021.
    A temporary ban on non-essential travel to the EU via Sweden, introduced following a call from the European Council and the European Commission, has been in effect since March 2020. Since February 2021 it also includes a requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for entry into Sweden. The ban includes certain exemptions.

    To travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/ EEA, you must be covered by at least one of the exemptions from the entry ban and also be able to present a negative COVID-19 test, or be exempt from the test requirement.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

    Entry to Sweden from the UK is subject to the same rules that apply to other third countries outside the EU/EEA area. In practice, this means that an entry ban and the requirement of a negative COVID-19 test result for people arriving from the UK will remain in effect, with certain exemptions.

    British citizens and their family members who have applied for residence status are exempt from the entry ban and test requirement on entry to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se
    Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden – Government.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    19.04.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government to end ban on travelers arriving from Denmark and Norway on 31 March (Reuters, 24.03.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Until 31 March, Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway. Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens are allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    From 31 March, Danish and Norwegian citizens can enter under the same requirements as other EU/EEA nationals.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP.
    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

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

    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.

    *From Third Countries:

    Until 31 May 2021, there is an entry ban for non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt.

    Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    14.04.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government to end ban on travelers arriving from Denmark and Norway on 31 March (Reuters, 24.03.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Until 31 March, Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway. Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens are allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    From 31 March, Danish and Norwegian citizens can enter under the same requirements as other EU/EEA nationals.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP.
    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Until 31 May 2021, there is an entry ban for non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt.

    Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    07.04.2021
  • Sweden Sweden’s citizens wishing to make non-essential trips to countries that are not part of the European Union, European Economic Area, and the United Kingdom should cancel their plans until at least May 31, 2021, as the country’s government has decided to extend its advice against unnecessary travel due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

    Simultaneously, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has announced its decision to lift the advice against travel to Norway and the United Kingdom, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    “It is important to continue to consider whether now is the right time to travel carefully. Many countries still have closed borders or far-reaching restrictions on entry and exit, quarantine provisions, and curfews,” the Minister for Foreign Affairs Ann Linde pointed out.

    The same ministry has urged its citizens not to travel abroad unless necessary since March 14, 2020, which advises against travel has been extended several times now, amid the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.

    The Ministry for Foreign Affairs considers that there is still significant “uncertainty regarding possibilities for international travel,” adding that it is not possible to foresee when it will be possible to travel freely and safely in other countries, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic and its consequences.

    The recent decision means that Swedes are no longer advised to avoid unnecessary travel to Andorra, Belgium, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czechia, Estonia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Greece, Iceland, Hungary, Ireland.

    They are also permitted to travel for non-essential reasons to Latvia, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Switzerland, Slovenia, Spain, the UK, and the Vatican City.

    Sweden is the 29th most affected country by the spread of the Coronavirus, with 813,191 cases of infection reported since the beginning of the pandemic and 13,498 deaths.

    Like many other European countries, it tightened its preventive measures to stop the spread of the virus.

    Based on Sweden’s Health Ministry’s data revealed on March 31, the country reported 441 new COVID-19 infections in the last 24 hours, which is the highest number of new COVID-19 cases during this year.

    Such figures pushed the country’s authorities to delay until at least May 3 the planned easing of some of its restrictions, the country’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced.

    Besides, Sweden’s government emphasized that it also extended the general entry ban for all European Economic Area countries until May 31. It lifted different measures imposed for Denmark and Sweden. All persons planning to enter Sweden must present a negative result of the Coronavirus test.

    Read more
    06.04.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government to end ban on travelers arriving from Denmark and Norway on 31 March (Reuters, 24.03.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Until 31 March, Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway. Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens are allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    From 31 March, Danish and Norwegian citizens can enter under the same requirements as other EU/EEA nationals.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP.
    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Until 31 May 2021, there is an entry ban for non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt.

    Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    30.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government to end ban on travelers arriving from Denmark and Norway on 31 March (Reuters, 24.03.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Until 31 March, Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway. Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens are allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    From 31 March, Danish and Norwegian citizens can enter under the same requirements as other EU/EEA nationals.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    All travellers 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: antigen, TMA, PCR, LAMP.
    Children aged 17 and under are exempted.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

    If you got tested before your departure for Sweden, you do not have to get tested again in connection with your arrival, but you should still get tested 5 days after your arrival.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    A quarantine is not required.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Until 31 May 2021, there is an entry ban for non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU.

    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt.

    Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    29.03.2021
  • Sweden Entry ban (and exceptions) for non-EU travellers

    There is currently a ban in place on travel to Sweden from non-EU countries, but there are several exceptions to the rule. The ban is dependent on the country you travel from, not nationality or residency.

    Several countries are exempt from the ban, so you can travel to Sweden from the following countries regardless of the purpose of travel, including to visit family or friends:

    EU/EEA, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (see further restrictions below)
    Australia
    New Zealand
    Rwanda
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Previously Serbia, Montenegro, Algeria, Morocco, Georgia, Canada, Japan, Uruguay and Tunisia were on the list of exempted countries, but they have been removed.

    Exemptions also apply to people moving to live in Sweden, working in certain key jobs, or travelling for urgent family reasons, regardless of which country they are resident of or travelling from. Read more about the details from the Swedish police in English.

    But even if you are exempt from the entry ban, you may be required to provide a negative Covid-19 test result to enter Sweden;

    Entry ban on travel from the UK, Denmark and Norway

    From March 31st, Sweden is lifting the entry ban imposed on the UK, Denmark and Norway to slow the spread of the more infectious ‘British variant’, B.1.1.1.7

    Until then, travel is only possible if the traveller can prove they met certain exemptions, for example that they are a Swedish citizen or resident, work in Sweden, or need to travel to meet children under 18.

    After March 31st, travellers from Denmark and Norway will, like those from other EU/EEA countries, be able to travel to Sweden for any reason, provided they show a negative coronavirus test.

    Travellers from the UK will continue to face a travel ban, as the UK will be treated like any other non-EU/EEA country.

    Proof of negative test required for many foreign citizens

    Many people arriving in Sweden from travel overseas must bring proof of a negative coronavirus test, unless they fall into an exempt category, which includes Swedish citizens, people who live in Sweden, and some others.

    The test result should be no older than 48 hours, unless you are a cross-border worker in which case it should be no older than a week. The 48 hours is counted as the time between when the test was taken and when you cross the border to Sweden.

    Several types of tests are accepted: PCR, LAMP and antigen tests, which show you do not currently have an ongoing Covid-19 infection. Antibody tests, which show whether you have previously been infected by Covid-19, are not accepted, and proof of a Covid-19 vaccine is not accepted in place of a negative test. It must be in English or a Nordic language (Swedish, Danish or Norwegian).

    This requirement was extended on March 24th until at least May 31st.

    EXPLAINED: What are the current rules on travel into Sweden?

    Read more
    26.03.2021
  • Sweden The Swedish Government has decided to extend the entry ban for all persons entering the country from other countries in the European Economic Area (EEA) until May 31, while at the same time, it has lifted the previous additional measures imposed on arrivals from Denmark and Norway.

    The extensions will be effective, starting on March 31, 2021.

    “The purpose of extending the general entry ban is to continue to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and more people in Sweden from falling ill. In light of the thorough analysis conducted by the Public Health Agency of Sweden, we consider that the particularly strict restrictions that have applied to travel from Norway and Denmark can be lifted without potentially increasing the risk of infection,” the Minister for Home Affairs Mikael Damberg said commenting on the amendments.

    The government announced that the decisions that were made regarding the extension or lifting of the entry ban are as follows:

    The general entry ban to Sweden will continue to be effective. Only persons eligible for exemption and who can submit a negative COVID-19 test result upon arrival are permitted to enter Sweden from countries outside the EEA. The country requires a negative COVID-19 test result from everyone aged 18 and above travelling from a foreign country. Certain exceptions are applied.
    The separate entry restrictions applied for travel from Denmark, Norway, and the UK will be lifted on March 31. After this date, Denmark and Norway will face the same restrictions as other EEA countries, and the UK will have to apply the same rules as other countries outside the EEA.
    Consequently, the Swedish Government points out that Danish and Norwegian citizens are permitted to travel or transit through Sweden as long as they are able to present a negative Coronavirus test. At the same time, it explains that the previous conditions of being exempt from the measures have been lifted.

    The COVID-19 test should not be older than 48 hours, but commuters and students who regularly cross the border for work and study purposes are allowed to use a test result up to seven days old.

    SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    Read more
    25.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    23.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map. Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons. Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    19.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map. Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter. Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons. Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.
    Is a coronavirus test required: Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours. Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.
    The following information must appear on the certificate:
    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate
    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish. Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.
    Is a quarantine required: NO.
    Mandatory Travel Documentation: Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.
    Find out more: krisinformationen.se

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:
    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).
    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this. Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information. Find out more: polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    16.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    12.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021). Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    02.03.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021). Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    26.02.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for incoming travelers; entry ban from Denmark, Norway, U.K. will continue until 14 February (OSAC, 08.02.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021). Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.

    The following information must appear on the certificate:

    • name of the person who has been tested
    • date/time of the test
    • type of test (antigen, PCR or LAMP)
    • the test result
    • Issuer of the certificate

    The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

    Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    12.02.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for incoming travelers; entry ban from Denmark, Norway, U.K. will continue until 14 February (OSAC, 08.02.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021). Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    YES.
    From 6 February, foreign nationals have to present a negative test result for COVID-19 infection upon entry into Sweden, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test result must not be older than 48 hours. Foreign nationals aged 18 and older are subject to the test requirement. Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    11.02.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for incoming travelers; entry ban from Denmark, Norway, U.K. will continue until 14 February (OSAC, 08.02.2021). Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021). Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    YES.
    From 6 February, foreign nationals have to present a negative test result for COVID-19 infection upon entry into Sweden, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test result must not be older than 48 hours. Foreign nationals aged 18 and older are subject to the test requirement. Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    09.02.2021
  • Sweden Sweden Makes Negative COVID-19 Test Results Obligatory for All Travellers.

    All persons wishing to enter Sweden’s territory will be required to present a negative result of the Coronavirus test upon their arrival.

    The decision has been imposed upon a proposal of the Public Health Agency of Sweden in an effort to stop the spread of the new strains of the Coronavirus pandemic identified in many countries worldwide, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    Sweden’s government announced that if travellers do not present a document showing the negative results of the Coronavirus test, not older than 48 hours, they will be banned from entering.

    The rules are not the same for persons travelling from a third country and those coming from the European Union or Schengen Zone. Different rules will also be applied for citizens of Denmark, the United Kingdom, and Norway.

    “Today’s decision is important to reduce the influx of new variants of the virus that have been detected in several countries. According to the Public Health Agency of Sweden, there is considerable uncertainty surrounding the new variants, and even if they have now spread to some extent in Sweden, it is important that we take this step, which will reduce the risk of further spread,” Sweden’s Minister for Home Affairs Mikael Damberg pointed out.

    Sweden’s authorities announced that the decision will be put in place on February 6 and will last until March 31.

    Read more
    07.02.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Negative COVID-19 test required for arrivals from abroad (Reuters, 03.02.2021). Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter.

    Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark and Norway, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    YES.
    From 6 February, foreign nationals have to present a negative test result for COVID-19 infection upon entry into Sweden, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test result must not be older than 48 hours. Foreign nationals aged 18 and older are subject to the test requirement. Exemptions are available for cross-border workers and some other categories.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to:

    • EU and Schengen Associated Countries citizens and their family members;
    • permanent residents or holders of a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country;
    • People who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. Travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also be allowed entry. This includes an exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information.

     

    Find out more:
    polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    05.02.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government adds new exemptions to entry ban on arrivals from Denmark, Norway and U.K. (Schengen Info, 02.02.2021). Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    NO.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    02.02.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    NO.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    NO.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

     

    Find out more:
    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    29.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 15 April (Reuters, 26.01.2021). Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    26.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government bans travelers from Norway until 14 February; existing ban on entries from Denmark and U.K. extended (Reuters, 24.01.2021). Entry from Norway temporarily banned because of new COVID-19 strain (Reuters, 23.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    22.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    21.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe.

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    .

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    20.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe.

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    .

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Checkguidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The movernment encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    18.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are limited to eight people. Checkguidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than eight people with four allowed to sit together inside restaurants. There are also legal restrictions on the number of people allowed in premises such as shops and gyms etc. The movernment encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    15.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Checkguidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    13.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Sweden adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Sweden are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    From 22 December 2020 till 21 January 2021 Sweden enforces a stricter entry ban from Denmark, including all foreign citizens except personnel transporting goods or passengers, foreign diplomats or consular staff and their families and staff, foreign couriers, people working in or for an international organisation and people with urgent family reasons.

    Foreigners coming from Denmark are allowed to enter Sweden if they live or work in Sweden. Exceptions also apply to people who live on Bornholm and travel, via Sweden, between Bornholm and another part of Denmark, as well as to health and medical personnel who shall perform work on Bornholm and personnel who shall perform health and medical transports. Other than those exemptions, only Swedish citizens will be allowed to enter Sweden from Denmark.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop all non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 31 March 2021.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    08.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    *Transit: Transit is permitted.
    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK Nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    05.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK Nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    04.01.2021
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Sweden: In light of the new variant of COVID-19 found in the UK, the Swedish government has imposed restrictions on travel from the UK to Sweden. A temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK Nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban has been in place since 21 December at 2300 (UK time). The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 2300 (UK time) on 23 December until 21 January 2021.
    The Swedish Government has suspended all passenger flights from the UK to Sweden until 23:00 UK time on 31 December. If you are considering travelling through a third country to reach Sweden, you will need to check that you are permitted to transit. The Danish Government has confirmed it will allow UK nationals, who can show proof of Swedish residence upon arrival at Kastrup airport, to transit through Denmark in order to return to Sweden.
    As of 1 January, travellers to Sweden from the UK who are exempt from the entry ban will have to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Sweden. Holders of Swedish passports do not have to do this. The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. They should do this even if they have shown a negative COVID-19 test on arrival. More information is available from the Folkhälsomyndigheten.

    *From within the EU:

    Specific measures for the new variant of coronavirus

    In light of the new variant of COVID-19 found in the UK, the Swedish government has imposed restrictions on travel from the UK to Sweden.

    temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK Nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    The Swedish Government has suspended all passenger flights from the UK to Sweden until 16:00 on 31 December. If you are considering travelling through a third country to reach Sweden, you will need to check that you are permitted to transit. The Danish Government has confirmed that it will not allow UK Nationals resident in Sweden to transit through Denmark in order to return to Sweden.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    30.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Specific measures for the new variant of coronavirus

    In light of the new variant of COVID-19 found in the UK, the Swedish government has imposed restrictions on travel from the UK to Sweden.

    temporary entry ban applies to all passengers arriving from the UK. UK Nationals who can demonstrate that they live or work in Sweden or have urgent family reasons are exempt. Swedish citizens are also exempt. The ban is in place since 21 December. The exemption for those living or working in Sweden, or with urgent family reasons, applies from 23 December until 21 January 2021.

    The Swedish Government has suspended all passenger flights from the UK to Sweden until 16:00 on 31 December. If you are considering travelling through a third country to reach Sweden, you will need to check that you are permitted to transit. The Danish Government has confirmed that it will not allow UK Nationals resident in Sweden to transit through Denmark in order to return to Sweden.

    The Swedish government recommends that all passengers who arrived in Sweden from the UK since 12 December should self-isolate for seven days. They should also take a PCR test on the day of arrival and after five days. More information is available from the Swedish Public Health Agency.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Citizens from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    28.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish authorities extend ban on flights from U.K. until 1 January 2021 (Reuters, 23.12.2020). Swedish government closes borders with Denmark (CPH Post, 22.12.2020). Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Citizens from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

    Read more
    24.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Citizens from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary recommendations which include keeping your distance, avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to COVID-19. The Swedish Public Health Agency advises that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. From 7 January 2021 the Swedish Public Health agency recommends face masks on public transport.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. National local recommendations are in place. Check guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home. The Public Health Agency recommends facemasks on public transport from 7 January 2021.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    22.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Swedish government will impose travel restrictions on passengers from U.K. after spread of new virus strain (Reuters, 20.12.2020). Swedish authorities extend entry ban for citizens of non-EU countries until 31 March; post-Brexit exemption to apply to some British citizens (The Local, 18.12.2020). Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Citizens from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary domestic recommendations which include avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 8 people. Check guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to coronavirus.
    The Swedish Public Health Agency advices that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. Face masks are not required in public areas.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been a widespread increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Sweden. Regional authorities have brought in temporary local recommendations, in addition to the Public Health Agency’s recommendations covering all of Sweden. Check local guidance for more information. Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 8 people. The government encourages working from home.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    18.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Citizens from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary domestic recommendations in some regions. These recommendations include avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 50 people in these areas. Check local guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to coronavirus. The Swedish Public Health Agency advices that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. Face masks are not required in public areas.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in some regions in Sweden. In some areas, the regional authorities have brought in temporary local recommendations, in addition to the Public Health Agency’s recommendations covering all of Sweden. Check local guidance for more information.
    Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 300 people. In some regions public gatherings are limited to 50 people. You should check local guidance. The government encourages working from home.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    15.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Citizens from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary domestic recommendations in some regions. These recommendations include avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 50 people in these areas. Check local guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to coronavirus. The Swedish Public Health Agency advices that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. Face masks are not required in public areas.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in some regions in Sweden. In some areas, the regional authorities have brought in temporary local recommendations, in addition to the Public Health Agency’s recommendations covering all of Sweden. Check local guidance for more information.
    Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 300 people. In some regions public gatherings are limited to 50 people. You should check local guidance. The government encourages working from home.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    11.12.2020
  • Sweden Latest News: Government announces new restrictions on gatherings (ABC,16.11.2020). Swedish authorities extend nonessential travel warning for non-EU countries until 2021 (The Local-Sweden, 09.11.2020). Health authorities rolls out stricter rules to Gavleborg and Vasternorrland (The Local – Sweden, 16.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Citizens from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries, and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden without restrictions.

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Airline operators may require passengers to show a health statement but this is not a general requirement for entering Sweden.

    Find out more:

    krisinformationen.se

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries: The Swedish government has decided to stop non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU. This ban will be in effect until 22.12.2020.
    The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. The entry ban also does not apply to people who have a national visa in Sweden or a national visa valid longer than three months in another EU Member State or Schengen Associated country. Finally, the ban does not apply to people who have family ties as specified under the Aliens Act (2005:716).

    There are also several other exceptions, like foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, and Uruguay.

    Citizens of other countries who have particularly urgent needs or who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden can also still be allowed entry. This includes exemption for students and highly skilled professionals, amongst others. For more information, please visit polisen.se

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Sweden: The Swedish government is not restricting domestic travel. However, there are temporary domestic recommendations in some regions. These recommendations include avoiding public transport and crowded areas. Public gatherings are also limited to 50 people in these areas. Check local guidance for more information. Individuals without symptoms are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to coronavirus. The Swedish Public Health Agency advices that it is important for everyone to maintain physical distance from other people, both while travelling and at the destination. Public transport is in operation, but frequency and capacity may be limited. Face masks are not required in public areas.
    *Public spaces and services: There has been an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in some regions in Sweden. In some areas, the regional authorities have brought in temporary local recommendations, in addition to the Public Health Agency’s recommendations covering all of Sweden. Check local guidance for more information.
    Swedish authorities have banned public gatherings of more than 300 people. In some regions public gatherings are limited to 50 people. You should check local guidance. The government encourages working from home.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation remains open in Sweden. General advice and recommendations regarding minimising the spread of infection apply.

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    08.12.2020
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    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Public Health Agency/
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