Entering The UK

Starting today, 8th June, the UK has introduced new measures for entry, including a mandatory 14 day self-isolation. Please be aware of the following requirements and ensure all travellers comply where applicable.

If you’re a resident or visitor travelling to the UK, you must:

  • Complete the following form and provide your journey and contact details before you travel
  • You must remain in the place you are staying for the first 14 days you’re in the UK.

Fines
If you do not complete the journey contact detail form you will be fined £100 and this amount will increase for repeat offences. You may also be fined £1,000 if you refuse to self-isolate and spot checks will be carried out.

UK Rules
There are different self-isolation rules and penalties depending on where you are travelling to in the UK. Please click below for more details:

England
Scotland
Wales
Northern Ireland

Exemptions
If you are travelling from one of the following places and you were there for 14 days or more, you do not need to self-isolate or complete the form:

  • Ireland
  • The Channel Islands
  • The Isle of Man

Transiting Passengers
Passengers who are transiting airside and do not pass through UK border control are not required to self-isolate.

There are several other exclusions which mean you do not need to complete the form and self-isolate. For the full list please click here

These regulations are subject to review every three weeks, and we will keep you informed of any changes as and when they happen. If you have any questions or require assistance with new or existing bookings, please contact the team who will be happy to help you.
 

Australia Update

From 21:00 (Australia Eastern Daylight Time) on 20 March, all travellers will be stopped from entering Australia except for Australian citizens or permanent residents. British nationals who are permanent residents and are currently outside of Australia will be required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Australia.

If you have made a booking with us that is affected by this restriction, we will make every effort to keep you fully informed and contact you as soon as possible. Should you have any immediate concerns please do not hesitate to contact your dedicated team.

We continue to monitor the situation.

Alitalia Flight Cancellations

Flight Cancellations:

Italian trade unions have confirmed a 4-hour air traffic controllers strike (from 1 pm to 5 pm), as well as other strikes in the aviation sector (with durations varying from 4 hours to 24 hours) on Friday 25th October.
Alitalia has therefore cancelled several flights scheduled for that day, as well as two flights on the late evening of 24th October and one service on the early morning of 26th October.

Flights set to operate on 25th October during the peak times between 7am to 10am and from 6pm to 9pm will operate as scheduled.

Travel After Brexit

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