Travel Updates

As the travel restrictions begin to lift, we can at last get excited about the prospect of travel becoming a reality again. We will keep this page updated with the latest news as destinations open up, taking our lead, as always, from the latest Government advice. In addition to the Government advice, we remain in close contact with our own agents on the ground to get first-hand information and insight.

For the latest advice visit the Government travel advice website.

Please note that should you require a COVID-19 Border Entry Test or general travel vaccinations, we recommend contacting CityDoc, one of the UK’s leading providers of travel health vaccinations and medical services, led by a group of experienced GPs.

For COVID-19 Border Entry Tests, they offer in-person testing in their London based clinics, as well as home testing kits delivered all over the UK. The results should be provided within 48-72 hours after your test kit has reached the lab. To book an online appointment in a London clinic, or purchase a home testing kit, please visit this website. Alternatively, call +44 20 3794 6697 to make an appointment.

For more information or if you have specific medical questions, please visit CityDoc or call +44 20 3794 6697

Current Travel Advice

Destinations that are exempt from FCO 'all but essential travel' advice and have no entry restrictions:

  • Sweden

Destinations that are exempt from FCO 'all but essential travel' advice, their arrival borders are open with screening or other measures on arrival:

  • Barbados

Destinations that are exempt from FCO 'all but essential travel' advice, their arrival borders are open and a negative Covid-19 test is required pre-travel:

  • Antigua
  • Cyprus
  • Grenada
  • Barbados
  • St Lucia
  • Seychelles

Destinations that are exempt from FCO 'all but essential travel' advice, their arrival borders are open and health documentation must be completed pre-travel:

  • Bermuda
  • Greece, Crete and all other islands bar Mykonos
  • Seychelles

What to Expect While Travelling

Your journey starts with navigating the airport. There is no consensus yet on how health screenings will carried out but UK airports are considering everything from checking temperatures to disinfection cubicles. Here's what to expect:


  • Self check-in will be high demand so please make sure to allow more time than usual if you are using this option.
  • Some airlines are asking their passengers to check-in for flights via airline apps.
  • You will need to wear a mask as much as possible on the plane and, possibly, while in the airport.
  • Sanitising stations will be positioned throughout many UK airports and next to touch points such as check-in kiosks and arrival desks.
  • Many airports screen their arrivals so it is likely that your temperature will be checked upon arrival.


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How Are Airlines Changing?

British Airways are dedicated to making your trip as safe and stress-free as possible. To this end, they ask that you use their self-service kiosks or check-in online and drop off your bags at their Bag Drop area, self-scan your boarding pass before boarding where possible (although there will be staff on hand to help if you can't). There will be a dedicated check-in for Executive Club Members and Premium Cabin travellers.

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Virgin Atlantic will be limiting the number of customers who are able to be in their check-in zones so you will need to allow plenty of time; they have added queue markers to help you keep your distance. Sanitising stations, face masks and health screening are all being used to ensure that everyone is symptom free. Virgin Atlantic ask you to scan your own boarding pass and hold up your passport for inspection to minimise contact and boarding will be limited to small groups, starting from the back of the aircraft.

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EasyJet ask that you wear masks at all times; unfortunately, the Bistro and Boutique service will not be available for now. Ground and cabin crew will not handle your documents during boarding, so you will be asked to sign in on your app or present and scan your own documents.

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Emirates will be restarting their Chauffeur-drive service in London and Manchester; your driver will be wearing a mask and gloves and they ask that you also wear a mask. Cabin bags are currently limited to a laptop bag, handbag, briefcase or baby items only, all other luggage will have to be stored in the hold. Emirates will be boarding the aircraft in smaller groups from the last row to the first.

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Who to contact about travel impacted by Covid-19

We understand that this is an unsettling time as travel restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic remain in place. Our teams are doing their best to contact all guests due to travel, prioritising by departure date. As we continue to receive a high volume of calls and emails, we appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time for us all. Please be reassured that we are continuing to monitor the situation closely to provide the latest information for our guests.

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We understand that the constantly changing Covid-19 situation is creating a lot of uncertainty and that you may be nervous about committing to a holiday. Our team are here to reassure you that with Scott Dunn, you can book with confidence, safe in the knowledge that you can flex your travel plans if the disruption caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus means that you are unable to take your holiday.

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