Updated on 23/03/2022:
Since the regulatory provisions change suddenly, it will be the responsibility of each passenger to check the national and regional restrictions in force before each journey - both outward and return journeys.

Please keep yourself informed to avoid last minute surprises. For more information see the following link:


All passengers 12 years old and older coming from a green zone country (with a low Covid circulation rate) must provide the following documents when boarding:
- for vaccinated passengers, a vaccination certificate;
- for passengers who have not been vaccinated, a negative PCR or antigenic test (taken within the previous 24 hours).
- for passengers who have not been vaccinated, a proof of recovery from COVID-19 (less than 6 months)
- the sworn statement.
the sworn statement

Should the passenger not be able to present the above papers, boarding will be refused.

Passengers coming from orange or red zones are invited to consult for details of further measures and restrictions.

1. Passenger Locator Form (or dPLF) duly completed, in digital version or in paper version (in case of technological impediments);
2. EU Digital Certificate/Green Pass of completion of COVID-19 vaccination cycle with EMA-authorised vaccine (or equivalent certificate); or
3. EU Digital Certificate/Green Pass issued following complete recovery from COVID-19 and termination of the isolation requirement (or equivalent certificate), or
4. EU Digital Certificate/Green Pass or equivalent certificate issued following a molecular or antigenic test conducted with a swab and negative result (within 24 hours prior to entry into Italy).
The document in point 1 (dPLF) is always necessary. If the dPLF is not completed, boarding may be denied. The documents at points 2, 3 and 4 are alternative to each other.

Following DL 221 of 24/12/2021, it is compulsory to wear an FFP2 mask for the entire duration of the journey on routes to Italy (mainland and Sardinia) until 31/03/2022.