From 07 January 2022, new entry rules for fully vaccinated passengers travelling to the UK

As you will know, the UK is relaxing its travel rules for fully vaccinated passengers. From Friday 07 January 2022, fully vaccinated passengers travelling to the UK:

- no longer need to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test
- no longer need to self-isolate on arrival

Please click here for more information.

Rules for travel to France : extension of the list of reasons to travel

Rules for travel between the UK and France from Saturday 18 December 2021:

  • An essential reason is required for ALL passengers travelling to and from France.

From Thursday 06 January 2002, the French government extended the list of “essential reasons” for travelling to the country.
You can now travel to France for “reasons linked to the pursuit of an economic activity requiring presence on site, which cannot be postponed (with proof from employer)”.
It is also being made easier to travel through France if your main residence is in the EU.


French citizenship or residency is considered an essential reason for travel to France. Spouses, partners and children of French citizens are permitted to travel. Proof of shared residence may be required in certain cases. A list of essential reasons for travelling to and from France can be found on the website of the French government.

  • Please also check the rules that apply to departing France. If customers live in the UK, they will be permitted to leave France to return to their place of residence and may be asked to show proof of residency if they are not a UK citizen.
  • Non-essential travel, which includes events such as weddings or funerals, is not permitted.
  • ALL passengers aged 12 years or over must present a negative antigen or PCR test result taken no more than 24 hours before travel.

Statement of Honour 06.01_English.pdf

Certificate of travel to France 06.01_English.pdf

Certificate of travel from France 06.01_English.pdf