The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) has given a recommendation on 22 January, for all airlines operating to Finland. THL recommends that airlines require passengers travelling to Finland from abroad to present a negative coronavirus test certificate before boarding.
According to THL, passengers with a medical certificate attesting that they have had the coronavirus disease less than six months ago and have since recovered are not required to present a negative test result. At this stage, vaccination certificates will not be accepted as a substitute for test certificates, says THL.
Finnair has announced that it will start requiring a negative coronavirus test certificate starting on 28 January 2021.