Italy eases travel from the EU as of February. Due scioperi negli aeroporti di Milano Linate e Malpensa
Italy will ease COVID-19 restrictions for all visitors from European Union countries starting from Feb.1 Travellers from EU countries will only need a «green pass. The so-called Green Pass, is a document showing proof of COVID-19 immunity through vaccination, previous infection or a negative test. In the same ordinance are also extended and prolonged the measures relating to the «Covid-free tourist corridors» that will also cover additional destinations: Cuba, Singapore, Turkey, Thailand (limited to the island of Phuket), Oman and French Polynesia. More information here
On Thursday (03 February) Air traffic strikes are planned at several italian airports across the country. The airports of Florence and Pisa are affected from 12 noon to 4 pm. The Malpensa airport, Milan Linate airport and Reggio Calabria airport will also be affected by a 24-hour strike.
In case of a strike, major air traffic disruptions are to be expected. Delays and flight cancellations are likely.
Passengers are advised to contact their airline or tour operator about the current flight status in advance to their journey to the airport and to schedule additional time for their journey.