I don’t know why but I’ve had several almost identical queries today asking how someone can find out when they can return to Spain. Something’s going on and these enquirers have obviously not been looking at existing posts …
So, if you would like to find out when you can return to Spain, I can tell you that at present you may not enter Spain unless you are a legal resident – which means being registered with the police as a resident in Spain and being in possession of a green Certificado de Registro. You will also have to be carrying the original of your green Certificado de Registro even if someone’s aunt’s neighbour’s brother’s friend heard from someone here that they came in with a photocopy of an old NIE, nothing more … .
Of course Spanish nationals may enter as well, as can diplomatic corps, cross border workers (Gibraltar), medical personnel connected with the outbreak, essential supplies importers etc. The majority of people wanting to come into Spain, however, do not fall into these categories and so, for them, Spain’s borders are closed.
When the Government decides to open Spanish airspace to non-Spaniards and non-(legal)residents, it will tell us, and advise us of any restrictions, whether of certain countries of origin, or what if any hygiene or quarantine measures might be imposed. At the moment, there are no measures because visitors may not enter Spain. And the Government has not yet announced any plan to decide to open Spanish airspace any further than the current border controls.
So the only way to find out when it will be possible to come back to Spain is to wait for the announcement that will tell you.