Obligation to wear mouth-nose cover
Until further notice, the obligation to wear a mouth-nose cover on board Condor flights remains in place for guests aged six years and older.
This does not apply to flights to and from Switzerland, where according to the country specific regulations, wearing of a mouth-nose protection is recommended, but no longer mandatory.
Status: April 1, 2022
Current entry regulations Germany
- Please be aware of the current entry requirements that apply to flights to Germany. If you click on the link above, you will find information on the obligation to register, quarantine, test and provide evidence of vaccination that applies throughout Germany.
- To enter Germany, passengers must still show proof that they have been vaccinated, recovered from Covid-19 or received a negative Covid-19 test result when checking in. In the case of PCR tests and antigen tests, the negative test result must be max. 48 hours old at the time of entry to Germany. Antigen tests are no longer permitted for passengers entering Germany from a area of variants of concern.
- No 3G proof is required for departures from Germany
Avoidance of Russian and Ukrainian airspace
Condor does not fly over Russian or Ukrainian airspace on any of its routes.