The German Federal Government has lifted all entry restrictions for persons residing in Albania. The effect of this decision starts today, Sunday, on 20.06. 2021. Travel to Germany of persons residing in Albania and biometric passports, starting from this date are again allowed for all categories of travel.
All Tirana International Airport passengers traveling to Germany are required to:
1) a COVID test, or
2) a testimony that the person has passed
3) or has been vaccinated (vaccination with vaccines recognized by the EMA).
Specifically the vaccines that are popular in Germany are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson. Biometric passports require two doses of EMA-approved vaccines, or one dose of Johnson & Johnson.
For passengers entering Germany by air, a pre-departure test is still in force (PCR test - no earlier than 72 hours before the flight, or antigen test, not earlier than 48 hours before the flight).
Travelers fully vaccinated with one of the vaccines mentioned at the link https://www.pei.de/impfstoffe/covid-19 or cured (not less than 28 days after cure and not more than 6 months after overcoming the infection), who possess a document proving vaccination or cure, formulated in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish, in hard copy or digital version, it is not necessary to present a negative test at the moment of entering the road airlines from Albania to Germany.
Digital travel registration and quarantine are no longer mandatory.
For more information visit https://tirana.diplo.de/al-de/aktuelles/-/2365220 and www.tirana-airport
Thank you for your cooperation.
Tirana International Airport