Covid instructions

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS FROM BRNO TO VIENNA AIRPORT AND BACK

 

Route Vienna airport - Brno

We would love to drive you all to the Czech Republic, but since 5.2.2021 our government ordered us to not allow travelling for people, who will not stick to the specified rules. And if our company would not obey these rules, we will most probably get a very high fine.

3.4.2021 The government has adjusted the conditions for returning Czech citizens from abroad. Unfortunately, public transport is still subject to testing not only from countries with a very high risk of infection but also from countries with a high and medium risk of infection. 
 

Requirements for travelling to the Czech Republic:

  • from countries with low risk of contagion – no requirements
  • from countries with a medium and high risk of infection
  • 1. show valid document (confirm email which you receive after filling up the form) of filling the electronic Arrival form - https://plf.uzis.cz/
  • 2. show antigen test (at maximum 24 hours old at the moment of travelling), or PCR test (72 hours old at maximum before the start of travelling to the Czech Republic) with a negative result
  • passengers who submit a written medical certificate in English by a doctor working in the Czech Republic or another Member State of the European Union stating that: 1) they do not have clinical signs of COVID-19, have demonstrably suffered from COVID-19, 2) have completed according to the applicable emergency measures of the Ministry of Health or another Member State of the European Union isolation to the specified extent due to a positive RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, and 3) from the first positive RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 2 at least 14 days have elapsed, but not more than 90 days; the certificate must contain the stamp, the doctor's identification details and the telephone number; these passengers do not have to submit a negative test result and registration in the arrival form
  • Persons who have been issued a certificate of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic for vaccination against COVID-19 and at least 14 days have elapsed since the second dose of vaccine in the case of a two-dose schedule according to the Summary of Product Characteristics, or since the first dose of vaccine in the case of a single dose according to the summary of data on the medicinal product, at least 14 days have elapsed, before their return to the Czech Republic from countries with a medium and high risk of infection, they only fill in the Arrival Form.
  • from countries with a very high risk of contagion
    1. show valid document (confirm email which you receive after filling up the form) of filling the electronic Arrival form - https://plf.uzis.cz/
    2. show antigen test (at maximum 24 hours old at the moment of travelling), or PCR test (72 hours old at maximum before the start of travelling to the Czech Republic) with a negative result
  • passengers who submit a written medical certificate in English by a doctor working in the Czech Republic or another Member State of the European Union stating that: 1) they do not have clinical signs of COVID-19, have demonstrably suffered from COVID-19, 2) have completed according to the applicable emergency measures of the Ministry of Health or another Member State of the European Union isolation to the specified extent due to a positive RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, and 3) from the first positive RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 2 at least 14 days have elapsed, but not more than 90 days; the certificate must contain the stamp, the doctor's identification details and the telephone number; these passengers do not have to submit a negative test result and registration in the arrival form
  • from countries with an extreme risk of contagion
  • 1. show valid document (confirm email which you receive after filling up the form) of filling the electronic Arrival form - https://plf.uzis.cz/
    2. show antigen test (at maximum 24 hours old at the moment of travelling), or PCR test (72 hours old at maximum before the start of travelling to the Czech Republic) with a negative result
  • Likewise, the passenger must have a confirmation of reservation for the RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2, which will be performed within 24 hours of entry into the Czech Republic.
  • only children under the age of 5 have an exception in this group

Route Brno – Wien airport

  • Travellers when travelling through Austria to another country are not required to show a valid PCR test, but with a boarding pass and personal ID card. There is no registration required neither.