Air traffic to and from Eindhoven Airport is experiencing the consequences of the pandemic corona crisis. Of course we are closely monitoring the situation at our airport. In order to prepare your journey at Eindhoven Airport in these times, we would like to inform you about what to expect when travelling to and from us. You can find all available information here.
Preparation at home
Make sure you are well-informed about the necessary measures at the airport and from your airline. Your health and the health of other passengers and airport employees is most important. The use of a non-medical face mask is therefore mandatory for everyone in the terminal of 13 years and older. It is also mandatory in our parking facilities P1 and P4, and at the Car Rental. Next to that, all passengers are required to have a completed health declaration with them. Make sure you print the declaration and fill this in at home in advance. Keep in mind that you also need a new health declaration again for your return journey.
Carry both your face masks and your health declaration in your hand baggage. That way you have these ready at hand upon arrival at Eindhoven Airport.
The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) website gives you the latest information on the coronavirus. We strongly advise travellers to observe the hygiene measures that are in place. Cough and sneeze into your elbow, wash your hands regularly and use paper tissues. In addition, always keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres between yourself and others.
Frequently asked questions
Can I travel safely and responsibly to and from Eindhoven Airport? Check our frequently asked questions for further information.
Do you have questions regarding your flight? Contact your airline for the actual status.
All passengers are required to show a health declaration upon request at Eindhoven Airport, during the flight or at the airport of your destination, whether you are departing from or arriving at Eindhoven Airport. The questionnaire has been drawn up by the GGD and RIVM. Passengers should keep the form with them during the trip. If one of the questions on the form is answered with "yes", the passenger will not be allowed on board by the airline. Passengers travelling to The Netherlands from high-risk areas are also urged to self-quarantine for ten days. High-risk areas have been given a red of orange colour code (do not travel or only essential travel) by the Dutch government. You can find more information about the travel advice for every country on Netherlands Worldwide.
Questions about your flight
Has your flight been cancelled or do you have questions regarding the measures during your flight? Please contact your travel agency or airline.