Only a limited number of nationalities are allowed to travel to the EU. Please check if your nationality can enter Spain and ensure you have prior permission from any Spanish consulate or embassy to be considered as one of the exceptions for travel.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Regulations effective 23 November 2020:
Passengers will not be allowed to enter Spain except if they are:
Travel to Spain is restricted to specific categories of passengers until 30 November.
Nationals and residents of the following countries are allowed entry to Spain, provided that they are arriving on a direct flight from or transiting through any of these countries, or transiting through only the international area of any other airport not within the list:
Any passenger who does not follow the health regulations in place will be declared inadmissible, even if they fall under the list of exemptions, and will immediately be returned to their point of origin.
International passengers must complete the online or on the SPTH APP (available on Google Play and the App Store). A QR code generated from the completed form must be presented to authorities on arrival. If customers are unable to download the APP, the required forms can be downloaded online on .
When accessing the app, customers will be asked to declare if they have completed the required PCR test.
By signing the form, passengers are committing to self-isolate at home or a place of residence during the 14 days after entry to Spain if they present symptoms of acute respiratory infection (fever, cough or respiratory difficulty), to self-monitor coronavirus symptoms, and to phone the competent health authorities. Only passengers are allowed to access the airport terminals. It is mandatory to wear face masks at every point of your journey.
Airports in Spain are only open to passengers in possession of a ticket or boarding pass.
If you're travelling to, from or transiting through Dubai, please check our Travel requirements for Dubai.