Travel within the Nordic countries
Citizens of the Nordic countries do not need to bring passports for travel within the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway (excluding Svalbard) and Iceland.
All passengers require photo ID for travel.
Note: All passengers to Svalbard require a passport for travel.
All travelers to Norway must be in possession of a valid travel document and must be prepared to subject to border checks when crossing a Norwegian border.
Travel within the Schengen Area
There is no passport control for travel within the Schengen Area. However, we recommend that passengers always carry passports for identification.
Schengen countries: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
Note: Latvian and Estonian authorities continue to require that passengers travelling between Riga and Tallinn present a passport or national ID card upon arrival/departure. Separately, passengers travelling from France must present valid photo ID.
Travel outside the Schengen Area
If you are travelling to a destination outside the Schengen Area, you will always be asked to present a valid passport at check-in and before boarding your flight. Children, regardless of age, must have their own passport stating their nationality even when they are travelling with an adult.
Special rules apply for travel to the UK.
Read more about travel to the UK