Conditions d'entrée

In addition to a valid passport, you may require a visa and/or particular forms to enter certain countries.

Please refer to the current entry/visa regulations before travelling.

The following pages contain information about specific entry formalities that apply to our destinations.

Germany Germany »

Nationals of certain countries do not require a visa for stays of up to three months.

UAE UAE »

Click here to find out if you need a visa and apply for visa online. Stress free and simple.

China China »

Foreigners require a tourist visa. Entry visas are not issued at the border.

Russia Russia »

All foreigners require an invitation and a visa. airberlin customers save 20 % on their invitation!

Dominican Republic Dominican Republic »

Tourists do not require a visa for a stay of up to 90 days. On arrival a tourist card must be purchased.

Thailand Thailand »

Nationals of certain countries do not require a visa for stays of up to 30 days.

Cuba Cuba »

Tourists will need a tourist card for stays of up to 30 days. A visa is required for longer stays.

USA USA »

All visitors must apply for the ESTA at least 72 hours prior to departure.

Mexico Mexico »

No visa required. It is compulsory to complete a tourist card and to provide the Secure Flight data.

Europe Europe »

Entry requirements for member states of the European Union and the Schengen Area. 

 

Please note that separate regulations may apply to unaccompanied minors and to children not travelling with their parents. The same applies if you are entering a country with pets. airberlin recommends that your contact the embassy or consulate of your destination country for information about current visa and entry regulations.

Further useful information can also be found online at timaticweb.com » 


Please note: Child entries in parents’ passports become invalid as of 26th June 2012

European requirements have resulted in a major change in the German passport law: From 26th June 2012, child entries in parents’ passports will become invalid and no longer entitle the child to cross the border to another country. Therefore, as of this date, all children (from birth onwards) will be required to have their own travel documents when travelling to other countries.
Please note: Child entries in parents’ passports become invalid as of 26th June 2012
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