Passengers travelling to the Republic of Ireland from Britain or France:
Please click here for details on the requirement to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken up to 72 hours prior to arrival in Ireland and further restrictions that apply.
Passengers travelling to Holland
Whilst national restrictions are in place, you can only travel internationally from England for legally permitted reasons. This does not include holidays.
You must complete a travel declaration form and carry it with you along with any evidence supporting the reason for your trip.
You may be required to show the form at the port of departure. It is an offence to enter a port of departure or embarkation point without a properly completed form if you are travelling internationally. Some job related exemptions apply. You may be issued with a fixed penalty notice and directed to return home if you do not have a valid reason for travel.
You will only be allowed entry to the Netherlands if you are on the exemption list. If refused entry it is the customer’s responsibility to cover their own cost of travel back to their original departure point.
To enter the Netherlands, passengers must provide:
• Proof of a negative LAMP (NAAT) test OR a negative PCR (NAAT) test in combination with a negative rapid (antigen) test. Click here for details on the requirement. NHS tests is not valid for travel.
If you cannot show the negative COVID-19 test result(s), you will not be allowed to board.
Failure to comply with the above measures is a criminal offence and may result in a fine.
For all links to varies government advice and travel restrictions click here »