Ensuring that we all stay safe from Covid-19 is everyone’s responsibility. Help us to protect you by reading the advice and by following the rules at all times.
Important Points to Consider Before Setting off to the Airport
The use of face masks may still be required for some airlines and at some airports. Please remember to bring enough face masks as well as hand sanitising gel to last you for the duration of your journey.
All arrivals from abroad require either an EU Digital Covid Certificate (or equivalent) or a completed health questionnaire. For more information, please see below.
Tenerife South Airport Opening Times during Covid-19
Tenerife South Airport is open to passengers as well as non-travellers (e.g. friends or family taking or collecting passengers to or from the airport) during the hours of 6 am to 11 pm.
From 11 pm to 6 am, only passengers (2 hours prior to flight departure time) and airport staff are permitted to enter the terminal building.
Coronavirus Rules at Tenerife South Airport
As of 20/04/2022, it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask at Tenerife South Airport.
Follow the instructions provided by airport staff, on screens, signs and over the public address system at all times.
Keep a distance of 1.5 metres to other passengers whenever possible. Respect the markings and footprint signs throughout the airport.
Clean your hands regularly and make use of the hand sanitiser dispensers that are available throughout the airport.
Do not drink from any of the water fountains – only use these to fill up a bottle or cup.
Avoid unnecessary contact with surfaces at the airport and at car hire desks as much as possible. Please keep in mind that this also applies for your onward journey, e.g. on public transport likes buses or taxis.
Departing from Tenerife South Airport during Covid-19
Familiarise yourself with the current entry regulations for the country you are travelling to several days prior to your departure. Please ensure that you have all the documents needed (e.g. relevant forms, proof of vaccination and/or test results, etc).
Make sure you have read all the information provided by your airline. Most airlines have placed restrictions on hand luggage in the cabin. Familiarise yourself with your airline’s hand luggage policy.
Check in online if possible. Take your boarding pass with you to the airport on your mobile or as a print-out.
Leave for the airport in good time. Your way through check-in and security control may take a little longer than usual.