Currently, entry regulations for various countries can change at short notice. Check the rules at your destination and find out about Covid-19 tests at national and international airports.
Country-specific travel regulations
Information on international entry restrictions can be found at iatatravelcentre.com, information for Austrian citizens can be found on the website of the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs. Information on entering Austria can be found on the website of the Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology.
Special entry regulations apply to some countries served by Lufthansa Group airlines.
For entry into many countries, you currently need negative proof of Covid-19 infection. In Vienna as well as in Graz, it is possible to have an antigen or PCR test performed upon departure or arrival.
Everything you need to know about the test centres, such as the procedure, costs and accessibility, can be found under the respective link. To keep waiting times as short as possible, we recommend that you register online in advance.
At many international airports, it is possible to be tested for Covid-19. Usually a PT-PCR test is used, but sometimes also other internationally recognised tests for the direct detection of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus (LAMP, TMA and WHO-compliant antigen tests). So that you are always well informed and can travel more relaxed, we have summarised the test centres at international airports for you.
Please note that we can only provide third party information without any guarantee or legal obligation. Although we update all information regularly and publish it with the greatest possible care, we recommend that you check and verify travel and entry requirements by making independent enquiries before you travel due to the rapidly changing travel conditions.