Fines worth millions of euros every year
Whenever an airline is found guilty, a fine of between 3.000 to 5.000 EUR, per passenger travelling with improper documentation, may be imposed. The cumulative cost of fines per year for airlines may be counted in millions of euros.
This course will provide a better understanding of the travel documents that are needed and condition that apply to entering the Schengen area.
Final test information
Final test delivery method: Non-supervised online test can be taken in the end of the course
Final test format: Multiple choice questions
Number of questions: 20 (drawn from a question bank)
Pass mark: 80% correct answers
EU requirements for non-EU nationals
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Schengen Area Travel Documents – eLearning course
Schengen Area, signifies a zone where 26 European countries apply common rules for people entering the area, including rules on document checks and visa requirements.
Airlines are responsible for ensuring that the passengers they carry have all required travel documents in place to enter the Schengen area. However, many passengers that intend to access the Schengen area are still using improper or invalid travel documentation.
This course is designed for
Airline and ground handling personnel who work in direct with airline passengers. These include booking, check-in, gate, transfer, transit and arrival services.
Upon completion of this course, a course participant will be able to:
understand the necessary travel documents and the conditions of entry into the Schengen area.
learn best practices that will assist the airline in preventing inadequately documented arrivals into the Schengen Area.
know how to check valid travel documents including Schengen Visa Categories and residence permits.
General Schengen Conditions
Schengen Visa Categories
Schengen Residence Permits
Time required to study this course is 1 hour.
Upon successful completion of the final test, a participant will be awarded with an eCertificate.