From 22nd August, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises British Nationals against all non-essential travel to Croatia, Austria and Trinidad & Tobago based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks. This follows similar announcements for Spain, France, Malta and Netherlands. The situation is changing rapidly and we advise that you check with the FCO prior to travel.
If you have travellers in any of these countries and would like help with repatriating them, please contact us at anytime. Our 24/7 emergency helpline is fully operational and ready to assist you. Please note, all travellers returning to the UK from these destinations will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.
For clients with travellers holding future bookings to these destinations who now wish to change their travel plans, please contact us between Monday-Friday 08:30-18:30 and speak to our senior team who can advise on rebooking and cancellation options.
As travel restrictions are eased, the UK government has announced that travel is now permitted between the UK and a number of international destinations.
It is important to note, however, that while the UK government is allowing travel to these places, the destination country may still have mandatory quarantine or other restrictions in place. Please check before you travel.
If a destination does not appear on the list, then the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice against non-essential travel remains. It is important to note that FCO advice is issued in relation to imminent travel, which typically means departures in the next two weeks.
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