The Passenger Locator Form, is an online form, which must be completed before your travel. This online formular helps in the contact tracing. The Passenger Locator Form does not replace an Evisa and must be completed separately from the Evisa.

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Passenger Locator Form France PLF EU dPLF

What information is needed to complete a passenger locator form France PLF EU dPLF?

  • information about the trip and the means of transport
  • personal information
  • contact details
  • the permanent address
  • recent accommodation
  • the temporary address
  • contact details in case of emergency

What are the steps to follow to complete a digital traceability sheet?

Travelers will have to provide information on their country of destination and their means of transport (plane, ship (ferry or cruise), train, bus).

What is the procedure for completing the online form?

Step 1: Registration

Travelers must check in by filling out the form.

Step 2: Enter information

Travelers must provide:

  • information about their trip and means of transport
  • personal information
  • their contact details
  • their permanent address
  • their recent accommodation
  • their temporary address
  • their travel companions
  • contact details in case of emergency

Step 3: check and submit the form

Before submitting the form, the traveler can check the data provided and modify them if necessary. Subsequently, travelers can validate their file. An Email confirming the submission of the online form will then be sent to travelers.

4: receipt of the QR code

Travelers will receive their traceability sheet by email within 24 hours, accompanied by a unique QR code (the email contains the QR code and a download link in PDF format of the EU dPLF).

What happens on arrival?

The QR code will be verified by the airlines before boarding. On the basis of the information provided, the competent authorities will be able to decide on the measures applicable in each Member State.

Is a separate tracking sheet required if my journey includes a stopover in more than one country?

When a traveler uses several consecutive means of transport (plane, ship, train, bus), a new traceability sheet must be completed each time the passenger takes a new means of transport. However, exceptions exist, for example for passengers traveling by plane when the journey includes connecting flights in one or more countries, in which case they are required to complete a single traceability form for the country of final destination. However, if during the trip, the passenger leaves the airport before boarding his next flight, a new traceability sheet must then be completed.

It should also be noted that cruise ship passengers must complete a traceability sheet and select as the country of destination the place of disembarkation at the end of the trip. These latter will also be required to mention the names of the ports of call.

Is a separate dPLF form required if my journey includes a stopover in more than one country?

When a traveler uses several consecutive means of transport (plane, ship, train, bus), a new traceability sheet must be completed each time the passenger takes a new means of transport. However, exceptions exist, for example for passengers traveling by plane when the journey includes connecting flights in one or more countries, in which case they are required to complete a single traceability form for the country of final destination. However, if during the trip, the passenger leaves the airport before boarding his next flight, a new traceability sheet must then be completed.

It should also be noted that cruise ship passengers must complete a traceability sheet and select as the country of destination the place of disembarkation at the end of the trip. These latter will also be required to mention the names of the ports of call.

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