NEW MEASURES IMPOSED ON TRAVELLERS SINCE 02 JUNE 2020
In the context of the resumption of flights following the pandemic of COVID-19, and in addition to the sanitary measures applied by the airport, passengers are asked to comply with the legal obligations applicable in Transport and by airlines:
WEAR A MASK
For anyone 11 years of age or older, wearing a protective mask is mandatory in spaces accessible to passengers and on board aircraft *.
The obligation to wear the mask on the passenger does not prevent him from being asked to remove it for the strict necessity of checking his identity.
DECLARATION OF HONOUR REQUIRED
All passengers must present before boarding, in addition to the travel document(s) (boarding pass), a declaration of honour attesting that they do not show any symptoms of infection with COVID-19 and that he was not aware that he had been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the 14 days preceding the flight. * Download document here.
We invite passengers to respect social distancing, hygiene measures and the gestures barriers broadcast at the airport via sound announcements, video screens and displays. More information on the health protocol deployed by the airport.
We invite you to follow the health recommendations put in place by the Ryanair company, available at www.ryanair.com.
Information: Ryanair company refuses to pay in cash, passengers’ payments upon check-in (priority boarding, baggage surcharge, baggage weight overruns) must be made by credit card..
THINK ABOUT IT: download your boarding pass directly to your smartphone via the Ryanair app.
*Without prejudice to the criminal penalties provided for in Article L. 3136-1 of the Code of Public Health, access to such spaces, vehicles and aircraft shall be refused to any person who does not comply with this obligation and the person shall be returned outside the spaces, vehicles and aircraft concerned. Decree No 2020-66, of 31 May 2020, published in the JORF on 01 June 2020.
This information will be updated in the event of regulatory developments.