There is now a new air travel system across the EU

A new approach to air travel across Europe has come into force.

As part of the European Union’s traffic light system, countries and regions in these countries are classified as green, orange or red depending on the level of Covid-19 risk.

The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control will publish a weekly map based on the 14-day incidence and positivity rates of the disease.

People coming to Ireland from red regions are required to restrict their movements for two weeks.

Passengers from orange regions can avoid the restriction – if they receive a negative coronavirus test result no earlier than three days before departure.

Travelers from green regions can enter the state without restricting their movements or undergoing a test.

Currently, only Greenland is in the green category, with Norway, Finland and parts of Greece being orange while all other areas are red.

Anyone arriving from Denmark must limit their movements for two weeks regardless of the traffic light rating as they have concerns about the new variety of Covid in mink that has spread to people.

Under the new system, passengers traveling with certain essential functions do not have to restrict their movements.

This includes important employees, travel for business or family reasons (e.g. to attend a funeral) and important medical reasons for travel.

The government has also announced that by December a mechanism will be put in place to allow people from red regions to be tested here after five days.

And with Ireland at level 5, the current advice remains that there should be no non-essential international travel.


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