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Travel restrictions are changing every day during the current covid-19 pandemic situation. Many countries now require a clean COVID 19 test in order to enter through customs and immigration. You may also want to get tested for your own peace of mind so that you know you’ve done everything in your power to avoid infecting others on your journey. We are now able to offer a PCR COVID19 Test, which makes the self-testing process easier.

In general, the tests need to be processed between three and five days before the flight departure but please confirm the details required by your specific destination. You can read the most up-to-date guidance on the Foreign Office website here.

We will also issue you with a certified Doctors fit to fly certificate.


What should I do if my covid-19 PCR swab test is positive?

If your covid-19 PCR test is positive, please follow the national guidelines. You and your household will need to isolate and cancel your travel.

For more information go to the NHS covid-19 website. Do not visit a health centre such as a hospital, Clinic, GP surgery or Pharmacy unless instructed.

What should I do if my covid-19 PCR swab test is negative?

A negative PCR test means that you were not infected with covid-19 when you took the test. If you have no symptoms, you can continue with your travel plans as normal with the approved fit to fly lab results.

Unclear or inconclusive tests

A small number of tests may come back as unclear or inconclusive. This simply means it was not possible to say if you had the virus when the test was done. There are a number of reasons why this might happen and it unfortunately means you will need to be tested again.

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