Travel Requirements and COVID-19 Guidance
updated as of January 5, 2022
For All Trips:
- Passports must be valid six months beyond the intended stay
- All travelers must be in possession of a CDC issued vaccination card with
- The vaccination certificate will be valid from 14 days after the last dose up to a maximum of 270 days (after that, the booster dose is required)
- Covid-19 test not required for entry
- Complete the sanitary control form (SpTH from) PRIOR to travel; NO PAPER FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED
- Keep in mind: After completing the SpTH form, passengers must download the QR code automatically generated at the end of the registration process to access the terminal and baggage claim.
- This is a short YouTube video issued by Spain Travel Health that walks you through the registration process:
- Documentation showing proof of final dose of an accepted vaccine at least 14 days before arrival (CDC issued Covid-19 Vaccination Record Card)
- Negative swab-based molecular PRC test taken within 72 hours of arrival, or negative swab-based antigen test taken within 24 hours of arrival
- Fill out the EU Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) here: Digital Passenger Locator Form. This form must be completed prior to arrival and boarding flight, and you must bring a printed copy or QR code.
- As of January 2, 2022, the most recent vaccination MUST BE WITHIN the previous nine months, which may mean getting a booster for many.
Re-entry to the United States:
- All passengers are required to present a “negative” or “not detected” COVID-19 test taken at most 1 day before departure from the first embarkation point – WE WILL MAKE THOSE ARRANGMENTS FOR ALL OF OUR TRAVELERS
- Fill out a U.S. Entry Attestation form and Contact Tracing – check with your airline as they often provide an online form that allows the passenger to fill these required documents out electronically. Those flying on Delta can access here:
Delta has provided a beneficial resource for travel requirements and guidance that we highly recommend referring to: