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Travel documents

The security of having valid documentation for entry into the Country of destination

Whenever you need to travel, it is necessary to show identity or healthcare documents to get authorization to enter the country of destination.

The requested documents change according to your destination.

Destinations


Europe and Schengen Area

Your existing valid identity card, valid for use abroad, is sufficient for travel within the countries signed up to the Schengen Agreements: Austria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary, and Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Croatia and Switzerland.

To travel in Sweden, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Bulgaria, and Romania a passport or valid identity card is necessary.

Driving license is not valid for travel abroad. For further information visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
 

USA

To enter the United States under the “Visa Waiver Program”, it is compulsory to fill in the online form to obtain the digital travel authorization (the ESTA - Electronic System for Travel Authorization).

To request ESTA form: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/

Information:


Canada

Before embarking, it is mandatory to obtain the "electronic Travel Authorization" (eTA).
 
The eTA can only be requested online at: Canada.ca/eTA
 
This application costs 7 Canadian dollars and the operation is usually validated within a few minutes, excluding security checks.
The eTA is electronically linked to the passport and is valid for a period of five years or until the passport expires.

Last Minute Identity Card


At Malpensa Airport you will find a Register Office where you can renew your ID.
Location: Terminal 1 – second floor – check-in area counters.
Opening hours: from monday to friday 9 to 1:30 p.m.
Telephone: (+39) 02 74867677
Fax: (+39) 02 58581058

COVID Emergency

Following the provision of the Ministry of Health (protocol 21870 of June 23, 2020) and ENAC dispositions, some airlines require passengers to fill in a self-certification form:
  • to declare that they have not had close contacts with people with COVID-19 disease in the 2 days before the onset of symptoms and up to 14 days after the onset of symptoms,
  • to commit to communicating to the airline and the competent territorial Health Authority the onset of COVID-19 symptoms within 8 days from disembarking the aircraft, for traceability of contacts.
The self-declaration must be completed and handed over to the carrier before departure. We, therefore, recommend that you contact the airline to verify the need to complete and deliver the above form before boarding.
Movements to and from States and territories with COVID restrictions require a self-declaration which states proven work or study reasons, absolute urgency, health reasons, and necessity to return to someone's home, domicile, or legal residence.

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Starting November 6, it is necessary to arrive at the airport with the self-declaration form filled out, which will be verified by Police staff before going through the security check. Therefore we invite passengers to arrive at the airport in advance.
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