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COVID-19: all the info for travelers

Turin Airport awaits you in complete safety: below is all the useful information for your trip to and from Turin.

For any specific information we remind you to consult the "Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ" section on the measures adopted by the Government and the dedicated section on the Viaggiare Sicuri website.

Departing passengers

According to current regulations, all passengers departing on domestic flights are not required to present a Green Pass.

All passengers departing on international flights are required to present the Green Pass if the country of destination requires it.

ATTENTION: Failure to comply with health regulations and failure to complete and deliver the required health documents could result in non-boarding.

We invite departing passengers to check the documents required for entry into each country on the website

Domestic flights

According to current regulations, all passengers departing on domestic flights are not required to present a Green Pass.

We remind you to check any additional provisions by the regions of destination, by contacting them directly or by visiting their respective websites.


Before leaving, it is advisable to check the regulations of the country of destination.
If you are flying to a European country, you can also find information on the Re-open EU portal.

We inform passengers departing to the United Kingdom that, according to current legislation and regardless of whether or not to carry vaccine, it is not necessary:

  • Fill in the passenger locator form before travel
  • Submit a swab with negative result to the COVID-19 test before departure
  • Quarantine on arrival.

These rules are also valid for transit passengers in the United Kingdom

For more information, please visit the GOV.UK website.

Arriving Passengers

According to current regulations, entry into Italy from abroad will be permitted to any passengers, with no requirement of showing any sanitary certification.


Before leaving, it is recommended to check the regulations of the country of destination.

What is the green certification

The COVID-19 green certification was created to facilitate the free and safe movement of citizens in the European Union during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proof that you have been vaccinated or tested negative or cured of COVID-19. The Certification contains a QR Code that allows you to verify its authenticity and validity.
In Italy, the Certification is issued exclusively through the National Platform of the Ministry of Health in both digital and paper format.

  • Basic Green Pass: COVID-19 Green Certification for vaccination, recovery, rapid or molecular antigen test with negative result.
  • Enhanced Green Pass: COVID-19 Green Certification only for vaccination or recovery. The strengthened green pass does not therefore include carrying out a rapid or molecular antigen test.

It is specified that the SARS-COV-2 vaccination exemption certifications are not allowed on international flights. The same, however, can be used for domestic flights.


For any exemptions or frequently asked questions, please consult the dedicated section of the website