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KARFA May 10, 20 5:03 pm


Originally Posted by iadisgreat (Post 32364680)
I have a trip booked in August that requires a LHR-LCY transit - going straight from Heathrow to City would meet the requirement?

Overnight connection on the return - fine to stay at a friend's place in Notting Hill who has been traveling with us?

This all assumes of course flights are running and we can actually enter our final destination. The UK government seems to somehow be more confused/confusing than the US, which is quite a feat.

I don't think anyone knows the exact details of the quarantine yet for transit passengers if you need to go landside - or when it would be implemented. At the moment the quarantine has been suggested but there is nothing firm. Also I think considering how much is changing it is pretty much impossible to try and predict what the situation would be in August.

KARFA May 10, 20 5:04 pm


Originally Posted by gateH15 (Post 32362224)
I think UK is looking to implement 14 day quarantine at rev end of May. You will be allowed in but you would have to stay in your hotel room. Not sure how would they know of you left your room or not. You can spend the night at LHR hotels and leave the country. Quarantine is 14 days or for the duration of your stay, whichever is shorter

Out of interest where have you heard this?


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