Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the temporary restrictions on the entry into Luxembourg of third-country nationals have been extended until 30 September 2021 inclusive.
However, given the improvement of the health situation at national and European level, new measures are applicable since 13 June 2021 for air travel to Luxembourg.
Citizens of the European Union (EU) and the countries associated with the Schengen area, as well as their family members from these territories (EU and Schengen area) can freely enter Luxembourg. However, in the case of travel to Luxembourg by air, the persons concerned are subject to the obligation of prior testing (see section "Travelling to Luxembourg by air").
The following categories of third-country nationals are also allowed to enter Luxembourg:
For traveller categories 8, 11 and 12, an express request for the issue of a specific certificate must be sent to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (BPVL) by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information on this subject, third-country nationals may contact:
Since 1 July 2020, third-country nationals who are resident in one of the following countries are also authorised to enter the territory of Luxembourg:
Third-country nationals residing in Uruguay are no longer allowed to enter Luxembourg since 11 January 2021.
Travellers from the countries listed above will need official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.). These documents must be accompanied by a translation, if applicable, into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, German or French) or into English.
Any person who has stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days preceding their arrival in Luxembourg, regardless of:
must undergo a COVID-19 test (by PCR, TMA or LAMP) upon arrival in Luxembourg, or as soon as possible upon arrival in Luxembourg, indicating to the medical analysis laboratory that they have been to India or the United Kingdom.
These measures apply:
If the person arrives in Luxembourg by air, the test will be performed, free of charge, at the COVID-19 testing centre at the Luxembourg airport.
Upon arrival in Luxembourg, the persons concerned:
In case of refusal to undergo the test upon arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for 7 additional days, i.e. for a total duration of 14 days.
In view of the improvement of the sanitary situation at national and European level, since 13 June 2021, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 years or older, who wishes to travel by air to Luxembourg, must present the following upon boarding.
The biological examination must have been carried out less than 72 hours before the flight, by a medical analysis laboratory or any other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative result must be accompanied, if necessary, by a translation into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, German or French) or into English. As of now, documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese will also be accepted.
The testing requirements for all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg by air travel are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the European Union (EU).
Registration on the waiting list for vaccination against COVID-19 with remaining vaccine doses is now open.
Le ministère de la Santé et le ministère de l’Agriculture, de la Viticulture et du Développement rural invitent les exploitants agricoles ou viticoles à demander des auto-tests antigéniques (tests rapides) gratuits pour leurs travailleurs saisonniers.
The tax agreement between France and Luxembourg concerning telework has been extended until 30 September 2021.