Aena, the world’s leading airport operator by number of passengers, manages 46 airports and two heliports in Spain, including Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat, Palma de Mallorca, Málaga-Costa del Sol, Alicante-Elche, Gran Canaria and Tenerife Sur airports. Some terminals are not operational. Check the status of your airport.

Mobility restrictions in different regions and national curfew (except for the Canary Islands). Transit passengers are not affected. Find out more at the Mobility Restrictions Section.

If you are going to/coming from the airport during the times when there are mobility restrictions, you are advised to keep your boarding pass to be used as proof if requested by the authorities. 

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation has launched the Radar COVID app. The application allows you to report a positive PCR test and receive Covid-19 risk contact alerts. All in an anonymous, secure, confidential and voluntary way since it does not use your personal data or location. Download the application for free in App Store (iOS/iPhone) and Google Play (Android)

If you are coming from abroad, you must fill the Health Control Form (FCS) and show the QR code at the Border Health Control. Get to know more

 

Passenger information

As of 25 October, the state of emergency has been declared in Spain in order to set up the measures to deal with the health emergency situation caused by COVID-19. The mobility restriction at night from 23:00h until 06:00h in Spain, except for the Canary Islands, is one of these measures. Nevertheless each autonomous community will be able to advance or delay an hour the beginning and the end of the restrictions. The entry and exit of these municipalities is restricted except for adequately justified reasons: buy medicines, fulfillment of work obligations, return to the place of residence, care of minors or the elderly etc. More information in the Official State Gazette.

Community of Madrid

As of 26 October mobility restrictions have been introduced in 32 healthcare sectors which affect the municipalities of Madrid city, Collado Villa, Guadarrama, Majadahonda, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Parla, Colmenar Viejo, Morata de Tajuña, Torrejón de Ardoz, El Boalo, Villarejo de Salvanés y Colmenar de Oreja. The entry to and exit from these areas is restricted except for adequately justified reasons: attendance at health centers, fulfillment of work obligations, attendance at educational centers, return to the place of residence, etc. More information in the Official Gazette of the Community of Madrid.

Ceuta

The perimeter confinement of the entire Autonomous City is declared from 00.00 h on 30 October 30 to 24.00 h on 2 November; and from 00.00 h on 6 November to 24.00 h on 8 November. More information in the Official Gazette of the AUtonomous City of Ceuta.

Melilla

As from 29 October at 10 p.m., the perimeter confinement of the entire Autonomous City is declared. More information in the Official Gazette of the AUtonomous City of Melilla.

As from 27 October, the mobility of people is restricted between 22 p.m. and 6 a.m. More information in the Official Gazette of the AUtonomous City of Melilla.

Asturias

As from 28 October, the perimeter confinement of the entire Principality is declared, maintaining the same measure in Oviedo, Gijón and Avilés, and the mobility of people is restricted between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. More information in the Official Gazette of the Principality of Asturias.

As from 24 October, the perimeter confinement of the cities of Oviedo, Gijón and Avilés is declared. More information in the Official Gazette of the Principality of Asturias.

Euskadi

As from 27 October, the perimeter confinement of the entire Community is declared and the mobility between municipalities is prohibited. More information in the Official Gazette of the Basque Country.

Community of Aragón

As from 27 October, the perimeter confinement of the entire Community is declared, maintaining the same measure in Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel. More information in the Official Gazette of Aragon.

As from 22 October, the perimeter confinement of the cities of Zaragoza, Huesca y Teruel. More information in the Official Gazette of Aragon.

Balearic Islands

As from 26 October, the mobility of people throughout the Community is restricted between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. More information in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands.

Extremadura

As from 26 October, the mobility of people throughout the Community is restricted between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. More information in the Official Gazette of Extremadura.

Andalusia

As from 26 October, the perimeter confinement of the city of Granada and its metropolitan area is declared. More information in the Official Gazette of Andalusia.

Cantabria

As from 26 October, the mobility of people throughout the Community is restricted between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. More information in the Official Gazette of Cantabria.

Cataluña

As from 25 October, the mobility of people throughout the Community is restricted between 22 p.m. and 6 a.m. More information in the Diari Oficial de la Generalitat de Catalunya.

Valencian Community

As from 25 October, the mobility of people throughout the Valencian Community is restricted between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. until December 9. More information in the Official Gazette of the Generalitat Valenciana.

Castilla y León

As from 24 October, the mobility of people throughout the Community is limited from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. for 14 days. More information in the Official Gazette of Castilla y León.

La Rioja

As from 23 October, entries and exits without duly justified causes are restricted. More information in the Official Gazette of La Rioja.

Chartered Community of Navarra

As from 22 October, entries and exits without duly justified causes are restricted. More information in the Official Gazette of Navarra.

  • Bear in mind that only passengers can access the airport terminal.
  • For reasons of public health and safety, the entrance of companions to airport facilities is forbidden. Only passengers with a boarding pass, companions in justified cases (unaccompanied minors or people with disabilities and PMR) and workers may access .
  • Wait outside while maintaining the safe distance. If you go in a private vehicle, we recommend waiting in the parking lot.
  • Do not come to the airport if you have any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, difficulty in breathing or feeling short of breath. 
  • A facemask covering the nose and mouth is compulsory for people over six years old.
  • Make sure you have enough facemasks and hand sanitiser for your trip. Unless the instructions state otherwise, you should change your mask every four hours or sooner if it gets wet. 
  • Carefully read the health leaflets and materials provided by your airline.  
  • Check the health control requirements and entry documents for the country you are travelling to. 
  • Check all the information about the airport. Some terminals are out of service and some shops and eateries are closed.

Throughout the airport

On arrival
  • Bear in mind that entry to the terminal building is forbidden for anyone who is not travelling. Only passengers and people accompanying a passenger who needs assistance (people with reduced mobility or unaccompanied children) can enter the airport terminal. Companions with private vehicles must wait in the car park.
Check-in
  • Aena has stepped up cleaning protocols in check-in areas and counters have been fitted with protective screens.
  • Most airlines have placed restrictions on hand luggage in the cabin. Check with your airline for the check-in policy.
  • Get to the airport in time to go through check-in and security screening. This may take longer than usual.
Security controls
  • Minimise contact with surfaces and objects in the airport and always wear your facemask.
Boarding
  • Keep a safe distance in the boarding queue and respect the signs.
  • Please note that if you do not follow the stipulated health and safety measures you may be denied boarding.

Throughout the airport

  • Your airline will provide you with information about preventive measures during the flight.
  • Wash your hands often with your sanitiser, cough into the crook of your elbow and always wear your facemask. Remember to change it every four hours.
  • Watch the cabin staff safety demonstration for specific instructions for your flight.
  • Use the individual air supply nozzles as little as possible. Many airlines have HEPA filters which allow exceptional cleaning of the air.
  • If occupancy permits, airlines try to keep a distance between passengers who are not family or travelling together. If this is not possible, health and safety measures will be stepped up.

Health Check

  • If you are going to fly to Spain from another country, you will have to pass through a Border Health Control: form, temperature taking and visual control.
  • You must fill the FCS health form associeated with your trip. This form must be filled in by each passenger, who will be responsible for providing accurate and truthful information. If the passenger is a minor or a person with a recognised  intellectual disability their tutor may fill in the form and will be responsible for the veracity of the information. 
  • The Health Control Form (FCS) is not necessary for flights departing from Spain.
  • Passengers arriving from abroad will also have their temperatures checked by a thermographic camera imperceptibly for the passenger.

Coming from outside

  • If you are from a third country outside the EU, Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein, please note that border controls and travel restrictions may apply to third country nationals. Consult the list of countries whose residents are allowed to enter Spain at the Re-open EU website.

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