Useful information about curfew and travels
January 2021 situation
All of our flights currently take off from Terminal 1 (Terminal 2 is temporarily closed due to reduced traffic during this particular period).
Wearing a mask is compulsory inside and outsite the terminals.
Travel restrictions are in effect with a curfew, in place from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
It will be strictly controlled with limited possibilities for exemption (professional, medical or imperative family reasons). In these cases, you must be provided with an exceptional travel certificate related to your situation.
As of Monday, January 18, 2021, border restrictions in France will be tightened, in particular for passengers arriving in France.
For passengers coming from Ethiopia, Reunion, Morocco, United Kingdom (repatriation), Senegal, Tunisia, Turkey, you will now be asked before boarding:
- a declaration of honor stating that you are not symptomatic and have not been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days;
- a certificate of negative results of a PCR test of less than 72 hours;
- a declaration of honor committing you to respect a 7-day isolation period upon your arrival, after which you will perform a new PCR test.
For passengers from other destinations, you will only be required to provide a declaration stating that you are symptom-free and have not been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days in addition to the usual documents.
For passengers departing from Marseille Provence airport, we recommend that you check with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, depending on your destination.
We remind you that RT-PCR screening tests (results guaranteed within 12 hours) are available at the airport screening center, on the arrivals level of Terminal 1 Hall B. More information by clicking here.
We also advise you to visit the French government website to find out about your rights to travel by plane.
If you have symptoms, please do not go to the airport and follow official recommendations