UK Travel Restrictions Lifted
Posted on: March 17th, 2022
Words By: Tony Anderson
While these past few weeks many news not relating to the situation in Ukraine have not been at the forefront of peoples news feed, this bit of news is important for those who are planning to travel this summer.
As of this coming Friday18th of March, the rules for travellers entering the UK will be relaxed, with no requirement to complete a passenger locator form or for unvaccinated travellers to take any tests but many popular destinations including Spain, Turkey and the United States have pre-departure testing regimes in place that affect children aged 12 and above who have not had two vaccination jabs.
Greece on the other hand on March 15th 2022 lifted most restrictions on international arrivals at Greek airports and passengers from certain countries will not be required to present a Passenger Locator Form (PLF), which prior to this notam was a mandatory document for travellers to board on their flights to Greece. Passengers arriving from this list do not have to present a (PLF) form:
All the EU Member States, San Marino, Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Vatican, Northern Macedonia, Georgia, Switzerland, El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Lebanon, Morocco, Montenegro, Moldova, Monaco, Norway, New Zealand, Ukraine, Uruguay, Panama, Greenland, Cape Verde, Green Cape, Benin, Jordan, Faroe Islands, and Taiwan.