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ExpressTest Covid 19 tests
Taking the stress out of Covid 19 tests- and we’ll save you some money to boot!
ExpressTest offer in-person pre-Departure Fit to Fly and post-Arrival Day 2 & Day 8 tests as well as Test to Release Covid screening solutions. Their fast and accurate gold standard PCR Fit to Fly screening is available at many locations and get yourself a discount when using our promo code NETFLIGHTS21.
ExpressTest results are emailed with a 'Fit to Fly certificate' by 10pm the day after the test, with bookings made online.
ExpressTest are also an official 'Test to Release' provider, offering passengers arriving in England the option to reduce their required quarantine period from 10 to 5 days.
NEW: ExpressTest now also offer a pre-return to the UK test. A single Antigen Lateral Flow test which you take away with you in your luggage, this needs to be completed before returning to the UK. Please use code NETFLIGHTS21 to get yourself a discount. Results are given one hour after uploading your completed test - between the hours of 0800 - 2359 UK time. You must have an internet connection and a device with a camera when you are abroad to be able to use this service.
- ExpressTest is a great option for people travelling to Dubai.
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And don't forget
Depending on where you’re flying to, you may need a test before travelling. Each country has different entry requirements and so you’ll need to check your country specific requirements in advance. Tests do vary and rules on whether children need to provide a negative test also differ depending on the country.
To find out what test is required for your holiday we recommend checking the latest Government travel guidance, please check regularly as requirements can change at short notice.
It’s your responsibility to make your own arrangements and ensure that you get the correct test carried out in line with the rules of the destination you’re travelling to. Please also check test requirements with your airline as some airlines (and destinations) do not accept at home PCR tests and will require a test taken in a clinical setting (such as United Arab Emirates). It’s also important to ensure that you order the correct number of test kits.