Coronavirus Travel Guide for Algeria Information about the status of Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel disruptions for Algeria

If you are planning meetings and trips, our site is useful to see when countries such as Algeria are on holiday. In the current situation, it is also worth checking that you can travel to that country. We have therefore added the latest travel information about Algeria to help you plan your trips better.

Travel Guidance to: Algeria

Coronavirus: Travel status All international flights to Algeria are suspended.

By Country

As the world reacts to halt the Coronavirus pandemic, most countries have announced travel restrictions to their country.

Please note that travel to the Algeria from the following places may be limited or unavailable:

   Andorra: All leisure, cultural and sports activities organised by public administrations have been cancelled, and ski resorts have been closed. updated: 14 Apr 2020

   Armenia: Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia until 14 May 2020. updated: 10 May 2020

   Austria: Foreign travellers from outside the Schengen area and the UK are prohibited from entering Austria until further notice. EU citizens and foreigners who are entitled to enter are obliged to do a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine immediately after entering the country by air. updated: 19 Apr 2020

   Belarus: A completed awareness questionnaire must be presented on arrival and passengers must self-isolate for 14 days. updated: 05 May 2020

   Belgium: Passengers arriving from outside the EEA/UK/Switzerland are not allowed to enter Belgium until 15 May 2020. The country is implementing land border controls. The restriction does not apply to nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland or the United Kingdom or to passengers with a long-term residence permit or a long-term visa issued by EEA Member States, Switzerland or the United Kingdom for the purpose of returning home. Passenger flights are only allowed to operate between 7am and 9pm local time. updated: 22 Apr 2020

   Bosnia and Herzegovina: Foreigners who hold ordinary passports, except residents, are not allowed to enter the country. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   Bulgaria: Passengers not arriving from Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia or Sweden are not allowed to enter Bulgaria. This does not apply to nationals of Bulgaria, permanent residents or their families. This also does not apply to nationals and their family members of the remaining EU/EEA countries along with the UK, Turkey, North Macedonia, Serbia, or Montenegro who are transiting through Bulgaria to return to their country of residence. updated: 11 May 2020

   China: From 28 March, China is suspending the entry into China of foreign nationals with visas issued before 27 March. updated: 13 Apr 2020

   Croatia: Passengers are not allowed to enter Croatia. This does not apply to nationals or long-term residence permit holders. This also does not apply to nationals or permanent residents of Schengen area states that are entering Croatia for the purpose of returning to their country of residence. updated: 11 May 2020

   Cyprus: Passengers are not allowed to enter Cyprus until 30 April 2020. Nationals and residents of Cyprus must have a certificate of health stating they are free from COVID-19 issued within a maximum of 4 days before departure. They will be quarantined for 14 days. updated: 19 Apr 2020

   Czech Republic: Passengers are not allowed to enter Czechia. This does not apply to citizens and permanent residents of Czechia. updated: 14 May 2020

   Denmark: On March 13, Denmark said it would temporarily close its borders to non-citizens, except residents.Persons wishing to enter Denmark must expect to be rejected entry at the Danish borders, including in Danish airports, unless they have a worthy purpose for entering, e.g. if the person lives or works in Denmark or has been commissioned to provide goods or services in Denmark. updated: 15 Apr 2020

   Estonia: From May 15, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are opening their borders to allow citizens from each country to travel freely in and out. Anyone entering from outside the three Baltic nations will have to remain in quarantine for 14 days. updated: 15 May 2020

   Faroe Islands: Because of the current global situation regarding COVID-19, Visit Faroe Islands is appealing to tourists to NOT TRAVEL to the Faroe Islands in until June 30 at the earliest. Please note that this date may be extended, depending on how the situation develops. updated: 10 May 2020

   Finland: Nationals and residents of EU/Schengen/UK states are allowed to enter Finland for the purpose of work or study. Passengers entering Finland must self-isolate for 14 days. Under self-isolation, the person is permitted to move between their workplace and place of residence and for other essential reasons. updated: 15 May 2020

   France: Passengers arriving from a non-Schengen Member State are not allowed to enter France. This does not apply to nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland, passengers with a British passport, and those with residence permits issued by France for the purpose of returning home. updated: 26 Apr 2020

   Georgia: The Caucasus republic imposed a ban on all non-resident foreign citizens entering the country and closed its borders. Georgia also halted air traffic with other countries on March 20. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   Germany: Foreign passengers are not allowed to enter Germany unless they hold a permanent residence permit. Passengers that are returning home may enter if there is no other travel option. Passengers performing "essential needs or functions" may enter Germany. Passengers allowed to enter Germany must self-isolate and must proceed directly to their own home, or other suitable accommodation for a period of 14 days. updated: 29 Apr 2020

   Gibraltar: While British Airways will continue flights to and from Gibraltar on a reduced schedule, only passengers with Gibraltar issued passports will be allowed to enter. updated: 17 Apr 2020

   Greece: Passengers are not allowed to enter Greece until 15 May 2020. This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland who are transiting Greece to return to their place of permanent residence or those holding a Greek residence permit. updated: 18 May 2020

   Greenland: On March 13, Denmark said it would temporarily close its borders to non-citizens, except residents.Persons wishing to enter Denmark must expect to be rejected entry at the Danish borders, including in Danish airports, unless they have a worthy purpose for entering, e.g. if the person lives or works in Denmark or has been commissioned to provide goods or services in Denmark. updated: 14 Apr 2020

   Guernsey: Exercising her powers under the Emergency Powers (Coronavirus) (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Regulations, 2020, the Medical Officer of Health has imposed a requirement on all persons arriving in the Bailiwick from anywhere in the world to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. This is a legal requirement, and failure to comply is a criminal offence. updated: 13 Apr 2020

   Hong Kong: Travellers arriving in Hong Kong on flights from overseas countries/territories, who are not Hong Kong residents, will be denied entry to Hong Kong. updated: 10 May 2020

   Hungary: Hungary will close its borders to international passengers, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told Parliament on March 16. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   Iceland: Iceland has implemented the travel restrictions imposed for the Schengen Area and the European Union. As of 20 March 2020, foreign nationals - except EU/EEA, EFTA or UK nationals - are not allowed to enter Iceland. This advice is valid until 15 May 2020. updated: 17 Apr 2020

   Ireland: Passengers arriving in Ireland are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. This does not apply when arriving from Northern Ireland. updated: 21 Apr 2020

   Isle of Man: The Isle of Man closed its borders to non-residents from 9am on Monday March 23rd 2020 to help contain the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. updated: 12 Apr 2020

   Italy: Travel to Italy for tourism is prohibited. Travellers arriving in Italy from abroad are obliged to self-isolate for 14 days, even if they have no symptoms. updated: 13 May 2020

   Jersey: Travel across Jersey's border is restricted to essential travel only, and the use of all commercial sea and air routes, and private aircraft, is only permitted with prior authorisation by Jersey Customs and Immigration Service. updated: 12 May 2020

   Kosovo: Land borders are closed to entry by non-Kosovo citizens. It is possible to leave the country by land, but a number of border crossings with neighbouring countries are closed for passenger traffic, and neighbouring countries have also placed restrictions on international travel. updated: 13 Apr 2020

   Latvia: From May 15, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are opening their borders to allow citizens from each country to travel freely in and out. Anyone entering from outside the three Baltic nations will have to remain in quarantine for 14 days. updated: 15 May 2020

   Liechtenstein: From 18 March, the border crossings at Schellenberg and Mauren will be closed, the border crossings at Ruggell and Schaanwald will remain open for commuters, goods traffic and transit. updated: 13 Apr 2020

   Lithuania: From May 15, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are opening their borders to allow citizens from each country to travel freely in and out. Anyone entering from outside the three Baltic nations will have to remain in quarantine for 14 days. Additionally, nationals of Poland may enter for the purposes of work, business or studies. updated: 18 May 2020

   Luxembourg: There are currently no scheduled passenger services operating from Luxembourg Airport (Findel). updated: 11 May 2020

   Macau: Starting on March 25, residents of the Mainland China, the Hong Kong SAR and the region of Taiwan who have been to countries/ areas outside China in the past 14 days are banned from entering the Macao SAR. updated: 12 Apr 2020

   Malta: As of 20 March, all incoming flights to Malta are suspended. updated: 12 Apr 2020

   Mexico: On April 20, the United States, Mexico and Canada announced they are extending restrictions on non-essential travel across their shared borders for an additional 30 days. updated: 13 May 2020

   Moldova: Moldova temporarily shut its borders and suspended all international flights from March 17. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   Monaco: All non-essential travel is banned. The closest airport is Nice, in France, which is subject to French restrictions. updated: 14 Apr 2020

   Montenegro: Entry is forbidden to all foreign nationals except for those with permanent or temporary residence permits in Montenegro, and those driving freight vehicles. All international passenger air, rail and bus traffic, as well as local rail, bus and taxi services have been suspended. updated: 13 Apr 2020

   Morocco: Morocco has suspendeded all flights into the country. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   Netherlands: Passengers are not allowed to enter the Netherlands except for permanent residence permit holders, nationals, and family members of nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland, and the UK. updated: 13 May 2020

   New Zealand: From March 19, New Zealand will close its borders to all non-citizens or non-permanent residents. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on March 15 everyone arriving in New Zealand will require to self-isolate for 14 days, excluding people from the Pacific Islands. updated: 10 May 2020

   Poland: All international passenger air and rail travel (inbound and outbound) is suspended. This does not apply to aircraft with up to 15 seats. updated: 11 May 2020

   Portugal: Flights to Portugal are suspended until 18 May 2020. This does not apply to flights arriving from Angola, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Cape Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sao Tome and Principe, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, United Kingdom or Venezuela. updated: 18 May 2020

   Romania: Only residents, and EU/Schengen/GB nationals are permitted to enter the country. updated: 19 May 2020

   Russia: Russia announced that it would close its borders starting on March 30 in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Citizens of neighbouring Belarus and official delegations were exempt. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   San Marino: Entry and exit into San Marino is currently prohibited except for nationals and residents of San Marino and Italy. updated: 21 May 2020

   Serbia: On March 19, Serbia closed its airport and said it would shut all road and rail borders other than to freight traffic, as well as halt all internal passenger transport, in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus. updated: 10 Apr 2020

   Slovakia: Passengers are not allowed to enter Slovakia. Returning nationals and residents must register their arrival at least 72 hours prior to arriving at https://navraty.mzv.sk/?lang=en. Upon arrival they must undergo a COVID-19 test to determine the length of mandatory quarantine they must undergo. updated: 11 May 2020

   Slovenia: Foreign and non-resident Passengers are not allowed to enter Slovenia. Nationals and residents of Slovenia are required to self-isolate for a period of 7 days. updated: 29 Apr 2020

   Spain: Foreign Passengers are not allowed to enter Spain, with the exception of European member or Schengen member states who are entering with the purpose of returning to their place of residence. From May 15, all arriving passengers will need to self-quarantine for 14 days. updated: 14 May 2020

   Sweden: The government has temporarily stopped non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EEA, Switzerland and UK. The decision took effect on March 19 initially applied for 30 days, before being extended for another 30 days on April 17. updated: 29 Apr 2020

   Switzerland: Entry in to Switzerland from all countries except Liechtenstein is only possible for Swiss citizens, updated: 13 Apr 2020

   United Kingdom: While the UK has closed its borders or introduced quarantine controls, almost all commercial international flights to and from the UK have been suspended. updated: 17 Apr 2020

   Vatican City: As the Vatican City is within the Italian city of Rome, its borders are not closed, but there are no public events being held. updated: 12 Apr 2020

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