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Taking the stress out of Covid 19 tests- and we’ll save you some money to boot!
Jetting off on holiday has changed and it’s important to keep in mind that Covid-19 testing will be part of your journey. So, we’ve teamed up with the best Covid testing partners in the industry and we’ll save you £££s. Just click the links below to compare.
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Getting tested before your holiday
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.
Getting tested for your return journey home
From the 4th of October, any travellers who have been double-jabbed for at least 14 days will no longer need a PCR test before returning to England, they will only need a PCR test on day two of return. From 24th October, PCR tests will be replaced with the Day 2 Lateral Flow (these must be pre booked, the NHS service cannot be used - see links to testing above).
For travellers who have not been double-jabbed, in resort pre-departure and tests at home will still apply along with quarantine.
Keep up-to-date with the latest Government travel advice.
For passengers returning to Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, please check your Government's website to ensure these tests are suitable as Netflights will not be held accountable for any problems that may arise should you fail to follow these. guidelines.
How do I get tested?
Many countries require you to take a PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test which is the gold standard test. For travel purposes, you’ll need to take this test privately and can do so through established travel health providers and some facilities available at airports like Gatwick.
If you’re unable to provide evidence of a negative test result, you will be denied boarding or entry into your destination. This can become very expensive with a 14 day mandatory quarantine abroad at your own expense.
We know that this is all a bit confusing and that’s why we’ve partnered with Randox Health, ExpressTest, Collinson and Boots to help provide you with established testing services you can trust from just £23! (£23 test based on Collinson Lateral Flow Test - RRP £28.75 but you can get 20% off by using discount code NF20).