At almost the 11th hour the UK and the EU struck a Brexit Deal which will mean that travellers will need to put measures in place to minimise disruption from the 1st January 2021. Find out what those measures are…
Technically the UK has left the European Union, but from the traveller’s point of view, nothing significant has changed during the transition phase. This comes to an end at 11pm GMT (midnight Central European Time) on 31 December 2020.
Countries around the world are relying on Covid-19 testing programmes to reopen travel. So which test do you have to take for which country? You’ll find some answers here, as well as links to useful resources where you can find further information.
As the UK enters a second lockdown, travel for work is still permitted. If you’re a regular business traveller you may also be exempt from the current quarantine regulations. We show you how to keep you – and your business – moving, safely and legally.
In collaboration with The Commons Project, the World Economic Forum is supporting the development and launch of CommonPass, an initiative which aims to develop a global, interoperable framework to safely restore cross-border travel to pre-pandemic levels.
Qatar Airways has become the first global carrier to operate Honeywell’s ultraviolet (UV) cabin cleaning technology in their aircraft. Meanwhile Helsinki Airport are using sniffer dogs to detect travellers infected with COVID-19 and say it is ‘close to 100% accurate’.