do you Dare to buy a trip abroad this year?
Can your boss refuse you to travel abroad on holiday? And you run the risk of firing, if you take of the place anyway?
Applies to travel insurance if you become ill during the journey? And is it possible to regain the travel, which otherwise was canceled grænselukningerne?
There are many questions about the summer anno 2020, if you are considering a trip abroad.
In the aftermath of the coronakrisen have all holidays been put on hold, but after Thursday's announcement about the increased opening of borders and the relaxation of the foreign ministry's travel advice trip to Crete yet come to anything.
Here are your most frequently asked questions, and the two rejsekyndiges answer:
Rejsespørgsmål you Can change planes without having to be quarantined?
do you Have a transfer in a country that is not on the list of open travel destinations, it is anyway, as far as I (the organiser, red.) know, still possible without quarantine so long as you are in the airport., you Can get the same trip, which was otherwise been payable canceled, now that it is opened again?
travel companies were forced to cancel all travel until 31. august by the authorities. It has had very major consequences, and we have among other things, cancelled hotels and flights, where we could. Therefore, it is not possible to recreate a journey just like that.Where to wearing masks, if you are travelling abroad?
Here is a list of the five most frequent destinations for the danes and the restrictions are:
* Spain (17 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
Spain continues to have a distances of two meters, and there may be restrictions on when you must go out.
- You must not maintain more than 20 persons, and the number of visitors such as museums and theatres is limited.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind in the public space.
* Italy (10 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
- That must be kept at least one meter physical distance. You must not maintain more than afstandskravet can be observed.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind in public transport and indoor areas.
* Greece (8 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
- There are forsamlingsforbud of ten persons exempted, for example, weddings, where there may be 30-50 people.
- a maximum run of two in a taxi.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind among other things, public transport, malls, pharmacies and hospitals.
Cinemas, theatres and concert halls are still closed.
* Germany (6 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
- There is not forsamlingsforbud, but major events are prohibited.
- It is compulsory to wear mundbind in public transport and shops.
* France (5 percent of the danes ' travel on four or more nights, go here):
Assemblies of over ten people is prohibited.
- It is mandatory to use mundbind in all public transport, at stations and in taxi. Shops may require the customers to bear mundbind.
Sources: Statistics Denmark, the Danish embassies in the respective countries.you Can take to Spare without quarantine upon your return?
Ministry of foreign affairs advises against all non-necessary travel to Sweden, however, the regions of Skåne, Sörmland and Västerbotten excluded. So immediately is the answer to your question is 'yes'.Can I cancel an already ordered journey, or are you bound, now when there is opened up?
It is the general cancellation policy is applicable in september. Many trips are sold with free ændringsforsikring, but we can't say that for all travel. Check your ticket to see what applies to you. It may be that you can change for a fee.How close one sits in the plane? You are only together with his fellow travelers, or you might sit shoulder-to-shoulder with a stranger?
It is basically up to the individual airline, but you can sit at the side of other than the ones you travel with.Must the employer prohibit the travel abroad, even if it is to places that are opened?
We got on the Ekstra Bladet yesterday this answer from perssechef in WRITING, Andrew Gross, on precisely your question: overall, is our response, that your employer can not prohibit you from travelling abroad. But you should be aware that it may get significance to your employment – e.g. deduction or exclusion, if you can't show up at work after the holidays. It can, for example, if your return flight is delayed due to corona, or your employer will subsequently send you home in quarantine without the possibility to work from home.
So our clear recommendation is to continue to follow the foreign ministry's travel advice.
Turkey is not on the list, since it is not an EU or Schengen country. Therefore, it remains at your own risk to travel to Turkey, and there is a requirement for quarantine when you get homeWhich covers rejseforsikringerne?
Rejseforsikringerne covers the in countries where the authorities (the foreign Ministry) have opened for travel, and to the extent that you have paid for the coverage. Takes you other places to go, it is at your own risk.Should one even acquire mundbind, or do you get them at the airport?
You must even obtain mundbind. They are available at the pharmacy, in Matas and in a few places in the airport.
You must also be mundbind on in all airports and in most countries, until you are out of the arrival airport. In some countries, you must have mundbind on, when you are out in the public domain. You must always follow the local rules which vary from place to placeAre there any other actions (other than mundbind) on the flight, and what when one is in the hotel area, you have to use mundbind there?
On the flight is mundbind mandatory, but in hotels and restaurants must not be worn, unless there are local rules, that says something else. Ie. the individual hotel may have a rule that you must wear it all the time.