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Airport operations. New Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

The safety of our passengers has always been a priority. In line with the provisions of the competent authorities, we have put in place a series of measures to ensure that transit at the airport is smooth, pleasant and safe.

Passengers self-declaration

Following the entry into force of the D.L. 02/2021 dated 14/01/2021 and the DPCM 14/01/2021, starting from 16/01/2021 the collection of the various self-certification forms for arriving and departing passengers takes place as specified below.

We remind that travel to the countries included in list E and the transit and entry into Italian territory of those who stayed there in the previous 14 days are prohibited, except for the reasons referred to in Article 6, paragraph 1 of DPCM 14/01/2021.

ARRIVALS

  • INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS - EXCLUDING UNITED KINGDOM: From 16/01/2021 all passengers arriving from Schengen and Extra-Schengen Countries must deliver to the State Police officers the Self-declaration Form in case of entry into Italy from abroad. Please note that all passengers arriving from abroad must report their entry into Italy by filling out the following online form https://modulo.aslcittaditorino.it/rientroinitalia/.
  • FLIGHTS COMING FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN: Please note that entry into Italy is allowed only to those who have registered residence in Italy from a date prior to 23 December 2020 or who have a reason of absolute necessity. From 16/01/2021 passengers arriving from Great Britain must hand in 2 forms: 1) the Self-declaration form in case of entry in Italy from abroad to the State Police officers; 2) the dedicated Self-declaration form to the health authorities. Passengers visiting or transiting through the United Kingdom must also undergo a swab upon arrival at the airport. Finally, please note that, pursuant to art. 7 of the Prime Minister's Decree dated 3/12/20, passengers arriving from Great Britain must use a private vehicle to reach their destination domicile. All passengers arriving from abroad must report their entry into Italy by filling out the following online form https://modulo.aslcittaditorino.it/rientroinitalia/.
  • NATIONAL FLIGHTS: Passengers arriving from national airports are not required to deliver self-declarations on valid reasons for travel, as they, if necessary, have been collected upon departure from another national airport. From January 16 to February 15, 2021, the ban on moving between different regions is in force on the national territory, with the exception of those motivated by proven work needs, situations of necessity, health reasons or the return to one's residence, domicile or home.

 

DEPARTURES

All departing passengers are required to deliver the Covid-19 self-declaration to the competent authorities and the carrier.

 

  • TO INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS - EXCLUDING UNITED KINGDOM: Passengers departing for international destinations (excluding the United Kingdom) will have to deliver to the State Police officers only the Covid-19 Self-declaration.
  • TO GREAT BRITAIN: Passengers departing to Great Britain must hand over the pre-filled Self-declaration form on legitimate travel reasons to the State Police officers.
  • Passengers departing to Amsterdam or transiting via Amsterdam must present on arrival a molecular swab with a negative result (carried out at least 72 hours before departure) plus a negative rapid antigen test (carried out at least 4 hours before departure - which can be carried out at the Covid Test Point at Turin Airport).
    Alternatively, passengers may present a negative LAMP test on arrival as a substitute for both (molecular + rapid antigenic).
  • TO OTHER ITALIAN REGIONS: We remind you that, according to the D.L. 2 of 14/01/21, from 16 January to 15 February the ban on moving between different regions is in force on the national territory, with the exception of those motivated by proven work needs, situations of necessity, health reasons or the return to their residence, domicile or home. To justify the movements it will be necessary to show 2 forms: 1) the aforementioned Covid-19 Self-declaration to the carrier; 2) the Self-declaration for the movements to the agents of the State Police.

 

 

A few simple rules to follow will help us make you travel safely

  • Prepare the travel documentation and show up with the self-certification already filled in for the foreseen cases.
  • Cover your nose and mouth inside the airport and on board the aircraft, using at least the surgical mask. Pursuant to the D.P.C.M. of 7/8/2020, all types of protective devices of a higher category than the surgical mask (eg: FFP2, FFP3) can be admitted in airports and on board aircraft.
  • Remember to change the mask after 4 hours of use (unless otherwise indicated by the manufacturer) or if it is damaged, and to bring enough with you for the duration of the trip. we recommend you to wear a new mask before boarding.
  • All arriving and departing passengers are subjected to body temperature control by means of a thermoscanner.
  • Access to the Terminal is allowed only to those with a body temperature lower than or equal to 37.5 °.
  • Keep a distance of at least 1 meter from other passengers and from airport operators respecting the signs.
  • If you are leaving, show up at the airport at least 2 hours in advance of the flight departure time, in order to allow the completion of all the airport practices that have become necessary following the provisions for emergency management COVID-19.
  • If you are arriving, after collecting your baggage leave the terminal as soon as possible to minimize the possibility of transmission.
  • We inform you that, following the entry into force of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 03 December 2020, starting from 07/01/2021 all passengers returning to Italy from EU, Schengen and Associated countries will not be subject to a swab on arrival as they will have to carry it out within 48 hours before departure.

 

If you need to buy new masks before leaving, there are several points of sale you can contact at the airport:

 

  • Pharmacy on the Arrivals Level
  • Information desk at the Departures Level, check-in area
  • Relay at the Departures Level, boarding area
  • WHSmith, on the Departures Level, boarding area
  • Vending machines located in the Terminal

Airport signage

In the areas open to the public and inside shops, restaurants and bars, information posters have been posted containing the prevention, protection and hygiene measures that everyone must follow in order to reduce contagion and protect everyone's health.

In order to ensure that all passengers in the queue are kept at a distance of at least 1 meter, signs have been placed on the ground indicating the interpersonal distances to be respected.

Information stickers have also been affixed to the seats intended for passengers in order to inhibit the use of one seats every two.

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Respect hygiene rules

  • Avoid touching your face, nose, eyes and mouth.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water or using the sanitizer solution dispensers at the airport.
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough even if you wear the mask.
  • Restrict direct contact to any surface of the airport and aircraft.

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In addition, the Airline may:
 

  • request, upon check-in, to complete a self-certification (we suggest you consult the airline's website).
  • allow passengers to carry on board only luggage of a size that can be placed under the seat in front of the assigned seat.

 

For further information and suggestions on personal protection measures, please consult the website of the Ministry of Health.

For information on traveling abroad, we recommend consulting the website viaggiaresicuri.it.

For Italian citizens returning from abroad and foreign citizens in Italy, consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

 

Public utility number

The public utility number 1500 was activated to answer citizens' questions about the new Coronavirus.

The citizen response service is active 24 hours a day, every day.