Everything You Need To Know About Flying To Denmark & Spain From Lebanon

What You Need To Know About Flying To Denmark & Spain From Lebanon
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Lebanon is adjusting its travel measures to Denmark and Spain after their authorities lowered Lebanon’s coronavirus (COVID-19) classification.

Denmark

According to a statement by Middle East Airlines (MEA), starting September 4th, the following is required of passengers traveling to Copenhagen:

  • Holding a negative PCR test conducted within 72 hours before the date of entry
  • Or: Conducting an antigen test within 48 hours before entry at the latest
  • Or: To have been vaccinated by an EMA-recognized vaccine more than 14 days prior to the entry date, in which case no pre-entry testing would be required

The EMA-approved vaccines are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Janssen.

Spain

According to MEA, holders of a Type-C visa are allowed to enter Madrid, provided that they hold:

  • A two-dose vaccination certificate dated more than 14 days prior to the date of entry
  • Or: a negative PCR test result issued within 48 before the departure date, accompanied by special travel permission from the Spanish Embassy in Lebanon

EU citizens and residents, and holders of a Type-D visa, may enter Spain as long as they hold:

  • A two-dose vaccination certificate
  • Or: A negative PCR test result issued within 48 hours of the departure date

For more information, you can contact the MEA Call Center, call 01/629 999, or visit the MEA website.

We have a dedicated coronavirus section where you can find the latest news/updates about the pandemic in Lebanon, inform yourself with WHO-verified resources, and track the number of cases in Lebanon in real-time. Click here.

Everything You Need To Know About Flying To Denmark & Spain From Lebanon

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