Flights to Europe

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Frequently asked questions

How many cities can I fly to in Europe?

There are 654 cities in Europe welcoming 566938 international flights.

How many cites can I leave from to reach destinations in Europe?

There are 2580 cities offering international flights to destinations in Europe.

How many airports can I fly into in Europe?

Europe has 689 airports welcoming international flights.

How many airports can I fly from to reach destinations in Europe?

There are 2646 airports servicing international flights to destinations in Europe.

How do I find flights to Europe?

There are many different ways to find flights for your trip to Europe. You can choose from flights to or from a specific country, to or from a specific city, from one country to another country or from one city to another city. This range of information should give you the flexibility to find a flight that suits your travel dates and desired departure and destination airports.

Which airlines fly to Europe?

There are over 100 airlines that fly into Europe. In order to find an international flight that will help you reach your desired destination use this search engine with your departure city to your desired destination.

What documents do I need to fly to Europe?

In order to fly to Europe you will need to have photo identification, typically in the form of a passport, and a boarding pass to get through security and gain access to the terminal. Your airline should have a list of which documents are required to fly with them.

How long do you need to be at the airport before a European flight?

Most airlines recommend you arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to your departure time. This gives you time to get checked in, get through security and locate your departure gate. If you arrive late, the airline may deny your boarding.

Do you have to go through customs when traveling within the EU?

If you are flying into the EU from a non-EU country you will need to go through customs. However, if you are traveling between EU countries you do not need to go through customs.

What are Air Passenger Rights?

Air Passenger Rights are specific laws that protect and support travelers for compensation when they face flight disruptions. The following disruptions are instances where you may be eligible for compensation: flight cancellation, flight delay, missed connection, lost baggage, overbooking and airline strikes. You can find more information on Air Passenger Rights on this official website of the European Union.

Do I need travel insurance?

Travel insurance is not a mandatory purchase when traveling to Europe. However, it could help you recoup your purchase in the event of unforeseen circumstances. It's best to check with your insurance provider to see if they offer travel insurance. Some airlines offer the addition when you purchase your flights.

When will I get a refund if my flight is cancelled?

There are instances when refunds are offered if a flight is cancelled. It is best to check with your airline provider to view their specific cancellation policies. Air Passenger Rights exist to help protect travelers in these situations.

I need to travel, but my flight has been cancelled. What can I get to Europe?

You can choose to ask the operator of your flight that has been cancelled to put you on the next available flight, or you can choose to switch to a different airline entirely. Keep all your receipts and communication as they can help you recoup costs in the future if possible.

Are there consumer organizations that I can contact about issues during my travels to Europe?

The Civil Aviation Authority in your home country should be able to assist you in filing a complaint. There are also some other options to file complaints. For those in the EU, the European Consumer Association, in the UK, the UK Travel Association, in the United States of America the Aviation Consumer Protection Agency and in Canada the Canadian Transportation Agency are all available to handle complaints.

What's the best way to find flights to Europe that have flexible change policies?

Every airline has different policies on changes and cancellations. By narrowing down which airline is available to you, you can then inquire about their policies in the event of a change or cancellation.

What are the travel restrictions in the European Union?

While the strength of travel restrictions in the European Union will vary from country to country, the EU has currently banned all non-essential travel from non-EU countries. Member states may make exceptions for EU citizens and permanent residents returning home, health workers, diplomats, humanitarian or aid workers, third-country students and essential workers, and individuals traveling due to family emergencies. For further details about entering a specific country in Europe, we recommend travelers visit their arrival country's national health agency website for the latest entry criteria. Likewise, the International Air Transport Association's interactive COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map provides travelers with up-to-date information on the entry process for each country, including details on safety precautions, testing, and quarantine. The European Union has advised member states to ease travel restrictions on countries they have deemed "safe." For an up-to-date list of these countries, please visit the EU's Re-Open EU page.

Do I need a negative COVID-19 test to board a flight to Europe?

While each country in Europe has unique specifications for entry, most currently require travelers to provide a negative COVID-19 test that has been taken within 72 hours of departure. We advise travelers to research their arrival country's specific restrictions ahead of their trip so they can prepare any testing, documents, or certifications needed to pass through border control. The International Air Transport Association's interactive COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map also provides up-to-date information on the entry process for each country, including details on safety precautions, testing, and quarantine.

What precautions should I take if I need to travel to Europe?

If you are traveling, please maintain the standard social distancing guidelines and keep a 2-meter (6.5 feet) distance from people who are not in your immediate party. When you cannot maintain social distancing, wearing a medical face mask is recommended. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer regularly. If you develop respiratory symptoms during or after travel, please self-isolate and seek medical advice from the national healthcare provider by phone.

What is the risk of infection when traveling to Europe by plane?

Under recommendations from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, airlines have been following safety protocols designed to keep your health the top priority. In addition to the airplane ventilation systems providing an air exchange rate of 20 to 30 times an hour, airlines sanitize surfaces between all flights. Social distancing measures, including the wearing of face masks, are enforced wherever possible. As most countries require travelers to present a recent negative test at the border, there is a very low risk of infection from a flight.

What do I need to do before I enter a country in Europe?

When traveling during COVID-19, preparation is key. Research your arrival country's policies about entry protocols before your departure, so you prepare any testing, documentation, or certifications needed to gain entry at the order. Currently, most countries require you to provide a negative COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours old. Countries may test travelers upon arrival, require them to enter into quarantine, and test them again after a certain number of days. You can find information about your destination's local health and safety requirements on your arrival country's national health agency website. Additionally, the International Air Transport Association provides an interactive COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map that is regularly updated and offers useful information on each country's entry process, along with resource links.