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Passengers arriving to Rosslare Europort

From 12am Friday 3 December, all passengers arriving to Ireland must be in possession of a certified antigen test (i.e. not self-administered) taken 48 hours prior to their arrival or a certified RT-PCR test (i.e. not self-administered) taken 72 hours prior to arrival. Please visit our News Section for more information.

Passengers arriving to Rosslare Europort-New measures for international travel:

From 12am Friday 3 December, all passengers arriving to Ireland must be in possession of a certified antigen test (i.e. not self-administered) taken 48 hours prior to their arrival or a certified RT-PCR test (i.e. not self-administered) taken 72 hours prior to arrival. This is regardless of vaccination/recovery status. Any passenger travelling on the basis of a test alone is required to have a RT-PCR test. 

Passengers will be required to present their e-PLF and test certificates when boarding and may be denied boarding if they do not have the appropriate certificates in place. Passengers should also have their vaccination/recovery certificates with them for presentation. 

For further information please see government advice on international travel

Customer Reminder: All car passengers who are wishing to use car parking facilities at Rosslare Europort must download the APCOA Connect app to enable payment of parking fees. For further details please click here.