Dear guests and visitors of Bremen Airport,
due to the current situation of the Covid 19 pandemic, we have adjusted the opening hours of the terminal for the duration of the pandemic. In addition, there are some changes for our guests and visitors during your visit to the terminal:
Please note that you must wear a medical mask (so-called surgical masks or masks of the KN95/N95 or FFP2 standards) in the terminal and in the stores. Everyday masks are no longer allowed.
Obligatory testing for all inbound travelers:
Until initially May 12, 2021, mandatory testing applies to all travelers from abroad. All persons entering Germany by plain must present a negative Corona test before departure. Carriage is not permitted without a negative test result This applies to all flights from abroad.
Security check / hand luggage regulations
Due to current restrictions, only a maximum of one piece of hand luggage per passenger is allowed in the security check.
Please note that due to distance regulations, there may be longer process times in the security check. Please allow some extra time for this.
Before starting your journey, please inform yourself about the respective entry regulations (Covid-testing, quarantine, etc.) of your destination country. Current information can be found here.
Corona Test Center in Terminal 1
In Terminal 1 of Bremen Airport, behind the Info Point, there is a Covid-19 test center open to the public. Here, self-pay customers can get tested from Monday through Saturday between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Registration is not required. The following testing procedures are offered: Antigen Rapid Test / PCR Test / PCR Identity Test (24 h) / PCR Identity Test Express (12 h). Further information can be found here: www.testcenter-airport.de
If you have any questions about the test center, please contact: 0421-3969317
Please note that Bremen Airport is not the operator of this test center.
Regulations for people entering Germany in connection with the coronavirus SARS-COV-2/ COVID-19
The Federal Ministry of Health has published the following leaflet for people entering Germany: Regulations for people entering Germany in connection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19.
Information about SARS-CoV-2
Since November 8, 2020, travelers have to use the digital entry notification for entries to Germany. More info can be found here.
Entering Germany from abroad (EU and non-EU)
The Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany has issued far-reaching entry restrictions for travelers from abroad. Please inform yourself urgently before your trip to Germany, whether an entry by plane is currently possible for you.
We thank you for your understanding and stay healthy!Your Bremen Airport