Lux Express travel info

Lux Express travel info

1.  I wish to change the date and time of my trip. How can I do that?

Please find your upcoming trip ticket number and contact our customer service by phone (+372 6800 909).

Also, you can change your trip date and time via Lux Express self-service.

2. Are there any travel restrictions or mandatory quarantine in my destination country? Can I travel to my destination?

Estonia: https://www.kriis.ee/

Starting form the 18.06.2022 there is no need of COVID certificate anymore, i.e. no longer required a proof of vaccination against or recovery from coronavirus or of the negative result of a test taken before arriving in Estonia.

NB! As of 10 July, some goods originating in or exported from Russia may no longer be imported or transferred to Estonia. For example, alcohol, caviar and wooden products cannot be brought into Estonia. Full list of goods at the website of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.

Latvia: https://www.spkc.gov.lv/

Travellers arriving in Latvia from the EU countries do not need to fill in an electronic questionnaire or present a vaccination certificate/ certificate of the recovery from COVID-19/ PCR-test result. For more travel restrictions travelling from EU/EEA and UK can be found here.

Lithuania: https://koronastop.lrv.lt/

Travellers arriving in Lithuania are no longer be subject to any COVID-19 management requirements: they will no longer need to take a pre-travel COVID-19 test, even if they have not had the disease or have not been vaccinated, they will not be required to complete a questionnaire of the National Public Health Centre, and there will be no restrictions for arriving foreigners. More info here. 

Poland: https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus/travel

As of March 28th, 2022, Poland has lifted most of its Covid-19 travel restrictions, including the quarantine requirements for travelers arriving from EU/Schengen and non-EU/Schengen countries. In addition:
1. Proof of vaccination and negative test result is no longer required upon border crossing.
2. Completing the Passenger Locator Form is no longer required.  
3. Masks are no longer required in indoor spaces, public transportation, airports, stores, office buildings, tourist attractions, etc. However, masks are still required in health care facilities and pharmacies.

Finland: https://raja.fi

  • Information and conditions for entering Finland read here.
  • As of 1 July, third-country travellers arriving in Finland will no longer be required to hold vaccination or COVID-19 test certificates.

Detailed information about the medical requirements can be specified by calling to Finnish Government coronavirus info-line: +358 295 535 535.

Russia: http://government.ru/

  • Starting from July 15, 2022 temporary restrictions on crossing the state border of the Russian Federation established by Government Decree No. 635-p of 16 March 2020 and Government Decree No. 763-p of 27 March 2020 are cancelled. Read more here (in Russian).

    When entering the Russian Federation:
  • From April 1st, testing for COVID-19 for citizens of the Russian Federation, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan arriving in Russia is not required.
  • All other foreign nationals must present a negative PCR test result for COVID-19 obtained no earlier than two calendar days (48 hours) before arriving to Russia.

According to the decision of the Government of the Republic of Estonia, those citizens of the Russian Federation who have been issued a Schengen visa by the Republic of Estonia will not be allowed to enter Estonia from August 18, 2022. The decision concerns both St. Petersburg-Tallinn and St. Petersburg-Riga (journey through Estonian territory) route trips.

It is currently possible to enter Estonia with Schengen visas issued by other countries.

The following can continue to travel to Estonia: 

• persons who are employees of a diplomatic mission or consular institution located in Estonia and their family members;

• persons involved in international freight and passenger transport, persons carrying out repair work on means of transport, etc.;

• Persons who have the right to free movement based on European Union law;

• Persons whose arrival in Estonia is necessary for humanitarian reasons;

• Persons who visit an Estonian citizen living in Estonia or a person holding an Estonian long-term residence permit or who have family ties or common children with the inviter.

Additional information about the new restriction can be found on the website of the Government of the Republic of Estonia - https://valitsus.ee/en or on the website of the Police and Border Guard Board - https://www.politsei.ee/en

For more information, visit the Rospotrebnadzor website (in Russian).