MALTA PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM REQUIREMENTS
All travellers arriving by air or boat in Malta must complete the EU digital passenger location form. Transit passengers, on the other hand, are exempt as long as they do not exit the airport transit area.
Malta, unlike France, no longer distributes paper PLFs. To board transportation and upon arrival in Malta, all passengers must complete an individual EU-dPLF online and present the QR code. The QR code, on the other hand, may be shown in either digital or paper form.
Filling out the digital passenger locator for Malta requires visitors to submit a copy of a vaccination certificate and/or a negative PCR test result obtained within 72 hours of their arrival. For this reason, an EU digital COVID certificate might be utilised.
Arrivals from specified high-risk countries will also be needed to get a COVID-19 Public Health Authorisation Code for travel to Malta.
SLOVENIA PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM PROTOCOL
Passengers arriving by land (car, bus, or rail) do not require an EU digital PLF, however it is required for all arrivals by air (including private flights) and cruise ship. However, flight and ship staff are excluded as well.
Transit passengers, like those in Malta, do not need to fill out a location form if they stay within the airport transit area.
HOW TO FILL OUT THE EU DIGITAL PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM?
To complete an EU digital passenger form, first create an account on the internet site by registering an email address.
Depending on the destination country, the traveller will be required to fill out a different form. In general, though, the traveller must provide:
- Information about the transportation carrier
- Port of departure/entry
- Personal details
- Contact telephone
- Home address
- Address in destination
- Details of any travel companions
- Emergency contact information
When the form is submitted, the applicant receives an email/confirmation/QR code. They can then use this to board their flight/ship and to enter Europe.
To acquire a unique QR code, each member of a group or family must fill out an individual passenger locator form, regardless of the destination country.
One digital account, however, may be used to complete up to five PLFs. When generating a locator form for their children, parents can include their personal email addresses.