Covid flights also tested in Italy: the routes to travel safely
After the first flights between New York and Rome Fiumicino, were inaugurated new drawn Covid tested also in Milan Malpensa, always towards the Big Apple, operated by Delta and American Airlines. The first flights, with about 100 passengers each, represent the initial phase of the recovery for leisure travel and tourism. The goal is to reach June 30, when it may be possible again to go and return freely from the United States to Italy, even for reasons other than work and health problems. The Covid tested flight Milan Linate – Rome Fiumicino is already active.
Also on 3 April the direct flight to Tenerife e Fuerteventura of the airline Neos. The people on board the Boeing 737/800 were 170, or 90% of the aircraft’s capacity. In this case, passengers were able to present the negative result of the molecular swab performed in the 72 hours prior to their entry to the Canary Islands at the check-in counter. For the return to Italy, scheduled for Saturday 10 April, passengers will have to show the certification of a new swab at the airport of the islands, carried out in the previous 48 hours, in order to return to Italy safely.
How Covid tested flights work to travel safely
To get on a Covid tested plane it is mandatory to undergo a molecular buffer a few days before arriving at the airport, a buffer antigenico quick before departure and one before leaving the airport of arrival and, obviously, having the negative result of the test. In other cases, such as that of Verona Catullo, it is instead possible to present a certificate of a previously carried out molecular swab.
Massimo Garavaglia, Minister of Tourism, present at the inaugural Covid tested flights of the Milanese airport together with Governor Attilio Fontana, declared that this is a “very important signal” and a real “beginning of the restart”. He also mentioned the green pass europeo, the health passport that could regulate travel within EU member countries and will certify immunization with the anti Covid vaccine.
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