Schengen Agreement

See the flights classified by their origin or destination: Schengen, EU Non-Schengen and Third Countries.

Flight classification by origin / destination.

Flights are classified, according to their origin or destination, in three groups: Schengen, EU Non-Schengen and Third Countries.

Schengen Countries

Flights originating in or with destination to countries that have signed the Schengen Agreement. Citizens from these countries may cross internal borders freely. Domestic flights are considered Schengen flights.

•Germany
•Austria
•Belgium
•Denmark
•Spain
•Slovakia
•Slovenia
•Estonia
•Finland
•France
•Greece
•Netherlands
•Hungary
•Iceland (non-EU)
•Italy
•Latvia
•Lithuania
•Luxembourg
•Malta
•Norway (non-EU)
•Poland
•Portugal
•Czech Republic
•Sweden
•Switzerland (non-EU)

Tenerife and theother Canary Islands are considered to be part of Spain which is an EU Country.

Non-Schengen EU Countries

Flights originating in or with destination to European Union member states that have not joined the Schengen agreement. There is no free circulation for these people.

•Bulgaria
•Cyprus
•Ireland
•United Kingdom
•Romania

Third Countries

Flights originating in or with destination to non-European Union member states that have not joined the Schengen agreement.

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