TRAVEL SAFETY

As a company operating in several countries and cooperating with international clients, we are well aware of the importance of taking the situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. That is why we focus our attention primarily on health and safety.

The priority of our company in this difficult situation is to ensure continuity and the highest quality of our services, while ensuring the safety of both customers and employees of Weco-Travel. As part of the organizational structure, a team has been appointed to monitor the situation on an ongoing basis and coordinate all actions taken.

To meet the expectations of our customers and partners, we invite you to familiarize yourself with this Weco-Travel information page.


The website is designed to provide updated information and links to sources to help you stay informed. We encourage you to check it regularly due to the information to be updated as new data becomes available.

The information provided in the "Travel and Safety" section is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute any form of legal or medical advice. The information is not intended to be a substitute for specific advice on specific circumstances. Weco-Travel is not liable to the user or anyone else for any losses, claims or damages resulting from the use or reliance on the content of this website.

You may access third party sites via hyperlinks on this Site. However, Weco-Travel is not responsible for the information posted on third party websites or for the manner and scope of processing Users' personal data, which remains the sole responsibility of these parties.

If you have any questions, please use the contact form available on our website.


WECO TIMATIC

Below, Weco-Travel offers you a special platform that will help you find quickly the most necessary information about your trip.

A complete package of information on your passport, visa and health requirements is right at your fingertips.

The fields "Destination", "Nationality" and "Document Held" are required to proceed. The more details you enter, the more accurate feedback you will receive.

Information is available in English.


ADVICE FOR TRAVELERS

We encourage you to monitor publicly available information pages that are reliable and respond quickly to the changing global situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The website of the Republic of Poland tries to provide the most important information for Polish citizens every day. The travel section is also available.

The government services of the respective countries (list here) will provide you all necessary travel information.

The World Health Organization (WHO) within the United Nations provides up-to-date information on the development of the pandemic for the whole world.

The website also offers an interactive map representing the current number of coronavirus infections in the world.

IATA (International Air Transport Association), of which Weco-Travel is a proud member, provides the latest information related to air travels.

There is also an interactive map representing the current air travel situation.

The European Union offers an interactive tool (available also in other languages) that provides plentiful of information on travel, health and safety in EU countries.

The current travel situation during the Covid-19 pandemic is also monitored by the following websites:

TRAVELBANS

OPEN UP FOR BUSINESS

CIBT VISAS


TRAVELING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Air travel is one of the most important elements of business travel, therefore, in order to meet your expectations, we present a compilation of links that will direct you to the section with plenty of information on flying during the pandemic.

News - Airlines

News - Airports

There you will find both updates related to travels during the pandemic, as well as information on the applicable refund and cancellation policy.


To facilitate the process of returning to normality and prepare you for the new travelling reality, Weco Travel team has prepared a list containing the most important information about traveling during the pandemic and links to the news from our key suppliers operating on the Polish market.

News - Hotels

News - Buses / Coaches, Railways, Car rentals, Insurers


PREPARING FOR A TRIP?

Here are some tips and things to keep in mind or check before departure to ensure your entire trip goes smoothly and safely.

  1. Check the restrictions on entry to the destination country and possible transit country. You can find all the information you need on the websites listed above.

  2. Check whether your connection is up to date. For this purpose, please contact our consultants.

  3. If possible, check-in for your flight on-line. Many airlines, longing to maintain an appropriate level of security for travelers, have introduced restrictions on check-in at airports. You will find the check-in link and detailed information about the airports on your ticket.

  4. Check if your chosen airline has restrictions on hand luggage. In order to ensure safety, some airlines have limited the number of items that can be taken on board. Detailed information can be found here.

  5. Plan your arrival at the airport with some time reserved to spare. Due to the introduction of new security and check-in procedures, the time needed to board the plane may be extended.

  6. If you are traveling with a rental car, check the procedures put in place by the car rental companies. You can do it here.

  7. Monitor your health, especially temperature and any breathing problems. The health of travelers is monitored at most airports. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, contact the appropriate medical services, and reschedule your trip.

  8. Covering the mouth and nose is required throughout the entire journey. Have protective masks with you. If your trip takes more than 3 hours, you may be asked to replace your mask with a new one after a certain period of time.

  9. Take care of your hygiene. Wash or disinfect your hands frequently throughout the journey. Disinfectants are provided by airports and some airlines. It will also be a good idea to bring your own disinfectant (but remember that when traveling by air, the capacity of the container must not exceed 100 ml).

  10. Maintain a safe social distance whenever possible. Follow the instructions of airport and airline employees and obey applicable laws.