INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS - SPECIFIC MEASURES LINKED TO THE CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC
From Strasbourg : Let's keep flying safe!
All the necessary sanitary precautions have been set up to enable resumption of commercial flights in complete safety for employees, partners, travellers and people who accompany travellers.
The teams at Strasbourg Airport remain active despite the Coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic. Here is some information that will be useful for travel in the current context.
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF AND THE ONES YOU LOVE!
News (last update on 11/01/2021)
SPECIFIC INFORMATION RELATED TO CURFEW
As of Sunday 10th January a curfew from 6:00 pm to 6:00 am is in force in our department.
To reach and/or leave our airport or any airport in these departments during this time, if you are a traveller you must have TWO documents:
- your plane ticket which serves as proof of travel
- your official travel authorisation downloadable here: exemption certificate
You will have to tick:
''Transit related to long distance journeys'' on your certificate.
If you are accompanying a passenger to and/or from the airport, you will also need to carry a "curfew" travel certificate. On this certificate you must tick:
''Imperative family reasons, assisting vulnerable persons, persons in a precarious situation or taking care of children.''
Traffic info and flight programme
You will find the current week timetable here :
The provisional flight programme known today from the 1st of December 2020 is as follows: (last updated on December 3)
For real-time information on air traffic, log on to our dedicated page:
If you were planning to travel and need to modify or cancel your tickets, please contact your airline or travel agency directly.
FLIGHTS FROM EU and NON-EU COUNTRIES
Antigen tests will be available for passengers arriving from European Union and non-European Union countries and who do not have a negative PCR test from less than 72 hours.
These tests will be carried out before the cross-border control.
The results will be communicated in 15-30 minutes.
Strasbourg Airport is methodically following the recommendations issued by the High Council for Public Health in France and the AESA (European Aviation Safety Agency) in order to guarantee your safety.
Main health measures deployed:
- Wearing a surgical mask will be compulsory for every person aged 11 or over who enters the terminal and all areas accessible to passengers. Passengers must therefore have a mask when they enter the terminal, as indicated in the 11 May 2020 decree.
- Installation of signage all through the passenger flow circuit, on physical distancing (floor marking, posters, loudspeaker announcements …) and protective gestures (handwashing…)
- Hydroalcoholic gel will be available at various contact points along the passenger flow circuit
- Plexiglas protection will also be set up at all information, registration and boarding desks.
- Heightened cleaning measures will be introduced in zones accessible to passengers, contact points, washrooms and luggage trolley handles
- One in 2 seats will be locked out
The right things to do:
GETTING READY TO TRAVEL
We advise you to consult the travel restrictions that apply to your destination on the Website of the Foreign Office. We advise you to check entry conditions on the territory where your destination is located.
Declaration of absence of Covid-19 symptoms
All travellers are required to present a declaration on honour that they have no symptoms of Covid-19 infection. If this document is not presented, the company may refuse to allow passengers to board and they may be escorted outside the relevant areas.
As part of the fight against Coronavirus, some airlines are taking the temperatures of passengers on departure.
This checking will be done using contact-less infrared thermometers. Only people with temperatures below 38°C will be allowed to travel. Passengers with a higher temperature than this may be suffering from the coronavirus and will not be allowed to board their flight. Their reservation will be changed free of charge for a later departure.
Coming to the airport
All carparks are open.
Parking Information: + 33 3 88 64 69 49
Coming to the airport in a taxi or regional express train (TER).
The TERs and taxis are still operating
See the TER shuttle timetable:
Reminder: since 11 May, a protective mask must be worn on public transport.
Services and shops
Restaurants, bars and shops :
Travel agencies :
Due to the health crisis and government measures, all our Travel Agencies are closed as of October 30 until further notice.
Further information and useful links
Contacts and additional information
The Strasbourg Airport teams remain available for discussion with you:
- via the contact form
- via the airport’s social networks.
For all further information and real time recommendations, look up the following sites:
- Info coronavirus: www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus
- Advice for travellers: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/