Basel Airport recommends arriving early

Basel Airport (Photo: Fanny Schertzer).
Basel Airport (Photo: Fanny Schertzer).

Basel Airport recommends arriving early

Basel Airport (Photo: Fanny Schertzer).
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The summer holidays will soon begin in the border triangle of Germany/France/Switzerland and the Euroairport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg is expecting a very high number of passengers. According to the airport, the number of passengers is recovering faster than the increase in human resources. The personnel situation in the tourism industry remains tense.

The rapid increase in the number of passengers is a challenge for all partners on the airport platform. Euroairport therefore recommends arriving at the airport early.

You should also find out at an early stage about the pandemic-related entry regulations that are still being applied in some travel countries. If you need a corona test, you should do it the day before departure because of the validity of the result, or plan enough time before check-in. EuroAirport has a modern test center for which test dates can be reserved online. The number of parking spaces is limited, which is why an early reservation or arrival by public transport is recommended.

The process of checking travel documents can still take twice as long as before the pandemic, which can lead to longer waiting times in the check-in area. The Euroairport therefore calls for early arrival. You should plan at least two hours. Passengers should also find out beforehand what can be carried in their hand luggage in order to avoid waiting times and traffic jams at the security checkpoints.

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