Info COVID-19

Info COVID-19

The wearing of face masks is not compulsory inside the terminal, but it remains mandatory in transport such as the plane, bus or taxi.

In addition, is recommended in closed spaces in which people transit or stay for a long time.

In order to enter Spain, all passengers, regardless of the country of origin (except children under the age of 12 and passengers in international transit), must show one of these documents:

  • An EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE OR EU EQUIVALENT of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative certificate of an active infection diagnostic test or a recovery certificate after having this disease.
  • SpTH QR. If you do not have the EU Digital COVID Certificate or equivalent, you must complete the SpTH Health Control Form, manually entering the details of your vaccination, recovery or diagnostic test certificate.

The vaccination certificate with complete schedule for children under 18 has no expiry date.

More information in  Spain Travel Health 

At the airport

Leave enough time to allow for checks and new procedures.

The wearing of face masks is compulsory inside the terminal.

Keep a safe distance from other people and follow the hygiene measures.

Departure airport

Ask airport or airline staff if you have any questions or concerns.

Check in online if possible, bring everything you need for your journey and have all documents ready.

Make sure to practice physical distancing, wear a medical face mask and expect to be refused boarding if you don’t.

Comply with thermal screening, if requested.

On the plane

Practice hand hygiene, follow cough etiquette and wear a medical face mask.

Watch the cabin safety demonstration to be aware of specific instructions for your flight.

If you feel ill while travelling, inform crew and seek medical care as soon as possible.

Limit your movement in the cabin to that essential for well-being.

Arrival airport

Practice physical distancing, hand hygiene and cough etiquette and wear medical face mask.

Collect your bags and leave the terminal building as soon as possible.

All passengers from a country or zone of risk (except for children under 6 years old), must have a PCR or TMA for SARS-CoV-2 with a negative result, carried out in the seventy-two hous prior to arrival in Spain.

Passengers coming from abroad will go through a temperature check.

If you are coming from abroad, you must fill the Health Control Form (FCS) and show the QR code at the Border Health Control.

Reduce the risk of virus transmission by minimising interaction with people in the arrival terminal.

Servicio de realización de pruebas de la COVID-19

El aeropuerto de Castellón ha puesto en marcha un servicio de pruebas diagnósticas de la COVID-19 que presta el laboratorio valenciano Imegen.

A través de este servicio, ubicado en la terminal de pasajeros y pasajeras, se posibilita la realización de test de antígenos y PCR, tanto a personas viajeras como a cualquier persona que lo necesite.

La implementación de este servicio pretende facilitar el regreso a aquellos pasajeros y pasajeras a los que se exige una prueba en el aeropuerto de destino. También pueden hacer uso del mismo personas no usuarias de las instalaciones que precisen una prueba de detección de coronavirus. La cita puede tramitarse a través de la página web www.imegen.es.

El recinto dispone de espacio para realizar de forma segura la toma de muestras a precios asequibles. Las pruebas están homologadas por el Ministerio de Sanidad, además de estar adecuadas a la normativa sanitaria vigente. El plazo de entrega de los resultados es de 12 horas, en el caso de las PCR, y de menos de una hora, para los test de antígenos.

Imegen es la primera empresa acreditada por ENAC para la realización de las pruebas COVID-19 y dispone de una dilatada experiencia, ya que presta sus servicios a otros aeropuertos como el de Málaga y Sevilla.