There is a range of 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.
Anyone flying to Mallorca Airport from another country (including children of any age), is required to fill in the Health Control Form (FCS), which has to be presented at the Health Control at the airport on arrival. The form can be filled in electronically, which will generate a QR code that is scanned at Palma Airport. For the electronic version of the form, please see here. For the printable version, please see here.
Anyone travelling to Mallorca from a country or area classed as high risk will need to be able to provide additional documentation on arrival. The list of high-risk countries/areas is updated every 7 days. An up-to-date list can be found here.
From Monday, 07/06/2021, anyone arriving from a high-risk area must bring proof of one of the following (please see below for details):
The document provided as proof must be the original. It must be written in Spanish, English, French, or German OR it must be accompanied by a Spanish translation from a certified translator. The document can be provided in paper form or in a digital format.
Anyone arriving from a high-risk country or region without any of the above evidence will be fined and will have to undergo testing at Palma Airport. Children under the age of twelve are exempt and do not need to present any of the above documentation.
The UK was added to the list of high-risk countries on 2/7/2021, however, the requirements for arrivals from the UK differ slightly from those arriving from other high-risk countries. Arrivals from the UK must be able to provide proof of one of the following on arrival at Palma Airport:
Children under the age of twelve are exempt and do not need to present any of the above.
A person will need to be fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency or the World Health Organisation. The second dose (for the Janssen vaccine the single dose) needs to have been administered more than 14 days before travel.
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.