Covid-19 Travel Checklist
Information for NUCO passengers
Updated 21st March 2022
It is important to state that all of the information below is to the best of our knowledge at the time of writing; this is an evolving situation and liable to change with little or no notice. Passengers should not rely on this page solely and should carefully check regulations with their own embassy and consulate all the way up to before you are due to depart. It is the individual’s responsibility to check this information directly- this is a checklist to help you through that.
PASSENGERS TRAVELLING FROM IRELAND
TO ENTER FRANCE: REQUIREMENTS
Currently Ireland is on the Green List for France. You can see a summary of the rules here
PROOF OF VACCINATION STATUS
France accepts the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC). You can see how to get yours here
FLYING TO OTHER COUNTRIES TO TRANSIT TO FRANCE
If you are transiting through other countries en route to your destination (for example airports in Italy and Switzerland), please ensure you check the relevant travel regulations for this country. This includes travelling via Switzerland (Geneva) as a popular airport for ski destinations.
TO ENTER ANDORRA: REQUIREMENTS
For our passengers who are travelling to Andorra, please see the requirements here.
Travel to Andorra requires transit through France or Spain. If you intend to enter Andorra, you should also consult the Travel Advice for the country that you will be required to transit before deciding on your travel.
RETURNING TO IRELAND
Please ensure you are clear on the requirements you must adhere to when returning to Ireland. This could change between now and the date of travel and so we advise you keep an eye on the relevant page here.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I CHOOSE TO CANCEL? DISINCLINATION TO TRAVEL
We understand that you may prefer not to travel at this time - this is your choice as an individual. Should you cancel, you will be liable for cancellation fees as per our terms and conditions.
We thank you for your patience, support and understanding.