Just when restrictions for international travel were beginning to ease, the government announced that as of 4.00am (GMT) on Tuesday 7th December 2021 all travellers over the age of 12 will need a negative PCR or lateral flow test to enter the UK.
The UK government has reintroduced the need for anyone arriving in the UK to take a PCR and self-isolate until a negative test result arrives. It has also extended the traffic light “red list” to apply to arrivals from 10 southern African nations. The new rules come as UK officials investigate whether the new Omicron variant, first detected in South Africa, poses a threat to British citizens.
Travel bans have been implemented across the world as a result of a new, and potentially highly infectious, Covid-19 variant.
England has been out of lockdown for a considerable amount of time now and more people than ever are keen to travel abroad to make up for lost time…
With rules constantly changing and medical lingo to contend with it can be difficult to understand which covid test is required for your trip.
British holidaymakers with unused ‘Refund Credit Note’ vouchers are urged to use these before they lose financial protection.
With Covid-19 cases surging across Europe, Austria has introduced harsh measures to reduce the spread of the virus.
What options do you have if your results do not arrive in time and what steps can you take to avoid this happening?
Christmas is literally just around the corner and, with the majority of Christmas Markets opening this month you better get your skates on if you want to make the most of the festivities. To make the decision process a little easier for you, we have found the top five Christmas Markets in the UK for 2021.
Category: UK Travel
Some UK-specific policies allow travellers to claim for a benefit of up to £500 if the arrival to their trip destination is delayed.
Passengers travelling for long-haul flights will see an increase of £91 for economy class tickets. Business class and premium economy seats will double this amount.