COVID-19 | Information


Current Travel Advice - Updated March 6th 2022

Passengers arriving in Ireland from overseas (including the UK)

From Sunday 6th March 2022 on arrival into Ireland there is no longer a requirement for passengers to have:
• a completed passenger locator form;
• evidence of having been fully vaccinated;
• evidence of recovery from COVID-19; or
• evidence of a negative/not-detected result from a RT-PCR/Antigen test.

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COVID-19 Protocols

Passengers are reminded that it is mandatory to wear a facemask on board the aircraft when traveling with your airline. This is regulated by the individual airlines, & it is recommended to review the airline specific travel requirements on their respective websites to ensure compliance with all guidelines before traveling.

It is also recommended when traveling to:

  • Follow the air carrier advice concerning the expected duration of time required to be at the airport before your fligh
  • Where possible use On-Line Check-In and Electronic Boarding Passes
  • Keep your hands clean on the go by using hand sanitiser at the numerous hand sanitiser stations at the airport
  • Please use contactless card to pay for goods and services at the airport where possible
  • Passengers are recommended to pre-book car parking online in advance. Contactless pay machines and entry columns are available at both entry and exit to the car park.
  • Customers who have not booked online in advance, can also use a contactless tap facility or insert their card upon arrival to the airport’s car park
  • At all times, adhere to respiratory etiquette

Thank you for your support in keeping each other safe whilst travelling through Ireland West Airport.