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Covid-19 : Find below all the travel formalities concerning your destination from Lyon

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Open/closed borders? Tests required or isolation to be respected? Vaccination?

Lyon Airport joins forces with its partner Generation Voyage to provide passengers with an online service on travel conditions for all destinations available from Lyon! 
The information is updated regularly by Generation Voyage. To keep up to date, subscribe to our alerts to receive the latest information and complete your search on the government website. 

 

The updating of information depends on official sources and can sometimes take time to be communicated. Lyon Airport therefore disclaims all responsibility in the event of erroneous information on the day of your departure. We nevertheless invite you to report any errors to Generation Voyage.

Union Européenne

TRAVELLING ABROAD

As of August 9, the health certificate becomes mandatory for all air travel for those over 18 (and as of August 30 for 12-17 year olds). It can include proof of vaccination, a negative test result or proof of COVID recovery less than 6 months old. Failure to provide a health pass may result in denied boarding.

The foreign countries may also establish additional health measures if those are necessary.
We recommend that you find out in advance about any restrictions applied to your destination.

Advice for travellers
Voyages en France

TRAVELLING IN FRANCE

As of August 9, the health certificate becomes mandatory on all domestic flights for those over 18 (as of August 30 for 12-17 year olds).

  • Travel to and from the overseas territories: presentation of a negative PCR test (less than 72 hours) is mandatory. Since rules vary according to the territory, we advise you to check with your airline.
 
  • Traveling to/from Corsica: since August 9, the health pass is mandatory for people traveling to/from Corsica (no exception for 12-18 years old people). From now on, you must be tested negative (PCR test of less than 72 hours or antigen test of less than 48 hours) or vaccinated (with 2 doses) or have immunity and be able to prove it in order to travel to Corsica. You can present the necessary proofs in paper or digital form via the Tous Anti Covid application. 
Advice for travellers