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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.

We remind passengers that, following the entry into force of the decree-law of 23 July 2021 n. 105, starting from Friday 6 August to access the tables of restaurants and bars it will be necessary to have and show the Green Pass to operators.
On the other hand, it will not be required for the take-away service and for consumption at the counter of bars, restaurants and ice cream parlors.

Departing passengers

All passengers embarking on flights on which the distancing is waived are required to deliver the COVID-19 self-declaration to the carrier.

All passengers departing for abroad are required to show the Green Pass..

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 individual state on the website

Domestic flights

We remind passengers that, in compliance with 6th August 2021 Law Decree n.111, starting from September 1 2021 it is mandatory to show the Green Pass also for domestic flights.

Passengers are reminded to fill in the COVID-19 Self-Declaration to be delivered to the carrier before departure.

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 heading to a European country, you can also find information on the Re-open EU portal.

Passengers departing for Albania, Moldova and Morocco are reminded that they are required to deliver the COVID-19 self-declaration and the self-declaration concerning the reasons for the trip to the carrier.

Arriving Passengers

All passengers arriving from abroad must have 2 documents at the time of entry into Italy:


  • Specific localization module in digital format available at the following link:
  • Green certification that must be presented to the carrier upon boarding and to anyone carrying out checks.


In order to facilitate control operations, we remind pasengers that it is necessary:


  • fill in the paper forms in capital letters;
  • keep the result of the molecular test after arrival for any subsequent checks by the competent authorities.


Passengers arriving from the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, or who have just passed through them, are obliged to:

  1. Fill in the specific localization module in digital format available at the following link:

  2. Present the "green" COVID-19 (Green Pass) certification to the carrier, upon boarding, and to anyone appointed to carry out the checks.

  3. Present to the carrier, at the time of embarkation, and to anyone responsible for carrying out the checks, a certificate attesting the negative result of a molecular or antigenic test, conducted with a swab, carried out in the 48 hours prior to entry into Italy, by show anyone who is responsible for carrying out this verification. 

In case of non-presentation of the certifications indicated in points 2 and 3, it is still possible to enter Italy but it is mandatory to:

  • Undergo fiduciary isolation and health surveillance (informing the competent ASL to activate the surveillance) at the address indicated in the dPLF, for a period of 5 days.
  • Carry out a further molecular or antigenic test, conducted with a swab, at the end of the 5 days of isolation.


From abroad

  • Children under the age of 6 are exempted from submitting the Green Pass.
  • From 6 years of age, however, it is necessary to present the negative swab or the certification of successful healing.

National and international departures

Children under the age of 12 are exempted from submitting the Green Pass, without prejudice to any additional documentation explicitly requested by the foreign country of destination.

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

Digital Location Form - Passenger Locator Form dPLF

  • connect to: 
  • follow the guided procedure to access the dPLF
  • choose "Italy" as the country of destination
  • register on the site by creating a personal account with username and password (you need to do it only the first time)
  • confirm the account via the link arrived at the indicated email address (it is necessary to do this only the first time)
  • fill in and send the dPLF following the guided procedure


Once the form has been sent, the passenger will receive the dPLF in pdf format and QRcode at the e-mail address indicated during registration, which he must show directly from his smartphone (in digital format) upon boarding. Alternatively, the passenger can print a copy of the dPLF to show at boarding.

The dPLF must be sent before boarding. However, the field relating to the seat number assigned on the flight will always be editable.

A form must be completed for each adult passenger; in the event of the presence of minors, the latter can be registered in the accompanying adult form. In the case of unaccompanied minors, the dPLF must be completed by the legal guardian before departure.

In exceptional cases, exclusively in the case of technological impediments, it will be possible to fill in the paper form to be delivered to the control officers on arrival when required.

What is the green certification

Green certification implies that the passenger has a certificate in English or Italian that documents one of the following requirements


  • have undergone a complete course of anticovid vaccination within the previous nine months;. Ema authorized anticovid vaccines are BioNTech and PfizerModernaAstraZeneca and Janssen Pharmaceutica NV.

  • having taken the first dose after 15 days or the single-dose vaccine;

  • declaration by the hospital or attending physician belonging to a public or accredited facility in the country of origin that they have overcome the Sars Cov 2 disease from 14 days to six months before arrival in Italy;

  • have carried out a swab (antigenic or molecular) with a negative result at a center accredited by the country of origin within 48 hours of departure.

The green certification, valid exclusively for EU countries, combined with the digital localization module, allows you to avoid files and / or checks.

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