With effect from Friday, October 21, 2022, health control measures for passengers arriving from non-EU / non-Schengen countries were discontinued.
Health controls for visitors from the EU or Schengen countries were lifted in June 2022.
On arrival at Gran Canaria Airport, there is no longer any need to fill out a health control form or show a QR code. Arriving passengers are no longer required to show proof of Covid-vaccination/recovery or a negative test result. Health controls for passengers who arrive from the EU or Schengen-countries have been discontinued. So, currently, it is no longer necessary to provide proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative covid-19 test result.
Is wearing a face-covering mandatory at Las Palmas airport? As of 20/04/2022, it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask at LPA Airport. However it is advised to bring a face covering as some airlines still require them to board the aircraft.
Is physical distancing required at LPA airport? This is no longer mandatory. There are still floor markers to guide and assist passengers to keep the 1.5m distance if you choose.
Obviously, Health & Safety when travelling is a paramount concern. Both the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) along with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have been working hard. They have produced a document outlining strict protocol to protect the health and safety of all air travellers from Covid-19.
To practice good hygiene standards of washing hands frequently. Keeping your distance, and proper respiratory etiquette.
If a passenger has any of the Covid-19 symptoms he should not come to Gran Canaria Airport. They need to make arrangements to isolate and change his travel dates accordingly. If a higher than normal body temperature is detected at the airport then the person will be examined by health professionals to determine whether they can fly. Below are a few things to consider when travelling through Gran Canaria Airport!