There is a range of Covid documents that may be required when flying to Mallorca – these can differ, depending on your circumstances. Being able to provide the correct documentation is important to enable you to board your flight and to avoid problems on arrival at Palma Airport.
Health controls for travellers arriving from the EU or Schengen-countries have been discontinued. Travellers arriving from non-EU, non-Schengen countries will continue to be subject to health controls.
As of 21/5/2022, the entry requirements for visitors from non-EU countries (including the UK) have changed. This means, that it is now possible for unvaccinated travellers from countries outside the EU to visit Mallorca by providing proof of a negative Covid PCR- or antigen test. Please see below for further information.
In addition to the information provided on this page, please also check with your airline or tour operator, as these may have additional requirements.
If you are travelling to Mallorca from an EU or Schengen country, you will no longer be subject to health controls. Therefore, you will not currently need to be able to provide proof of vaccination status, recovery or a negative test result.
You must fulfill one of the following criteria on arrival at the airport – please see below for further details on the requirements. You must be either:
All passengers arriving in Mallorca from a non-EU, non-Schengen country must show one of the following:
To check the validity of your Covid Certificate for travel to Mallorca, please use this link.
If you do not have a valid Covid Certificate, please click here to fill in a health questionnaire.
Children under the age of 12 are exempt and do not have to show a Digital Covid Certificate of Health Control Form.
Proof of vaccination is valid if a person is classed as fully vaccinated, as confirmed by the vaccination certificate.
This is based on three factors: an approved vaccine, having received the full course of the vaccination, and the timeframe since the administration of the final dose.
The vaccine needs to be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the World Health Organisation (WHO). If you have received two or more different vaccines, only the vaccine that you received most recently needs to be on the list of approved vaccines.
Full course of vaccination:
To be classed as fully vaccinated, you will need to have received the complete course of vaccination (most vaccines require 2 doses).
Time since administration of the final dose:
The complete course of vaccination (i.e. in most cases the second dose) must have been given at least 15 days ago.
The complete course of vaccination (i.e. in most cases the second dose) must have been given no longer than 270 days ago.
Therefore, your vaccination becomes valid from day 15 after administration and remains valid for 270 days after administration. If the last dose of your vaccine was given more than 270 days ago, you are no longer classed as fully vaccinated, unless you have received a booster dose (in most cases, the third dose) of the vaccine. This must be clearly stated in your vaccination certificate.
Different from adults, the vaccination certificate with complete schedule for children under 18 has no expiry date.
This certificate must be issued by a competent authority or by a medical service a minimum of 11 days after the first positive PCR-test result and remains valid a maximum of 180 days after the test.
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