Last updated 9 August 2021
Passengers travelling to Holland from the United Kingdom
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a European entry ban is in effect for some people, barring them from travelling to the European Union or the Schengen area. You may only travel to the Netherlands if the purpose of your trip falls under one of the exemption categories or when you are fully vaccinated (proof is required).
The United Kingdom is currently listed as a "very high risk area" when travelling to the Netherlands. Read more on the government.nl website.
To enter the Netherlands, passengers must provide:
- Proof of a negative PCR test (not older then 48hrs before boarding in UK) or
- a negative antigen test (not older then 24hrs before boarding in UK)
This requirement applies to everyone aged 12 or over even if you have been fully vaccinated.
Find more details on the Dutch Government site.
A completed quarantine declaration (digital or paper). A quarantine is mandatory for travellers from the United Kingdom, click here for more details about the quarantine requirements.
If you cannot show the negative COVID-19 test result or the completed quarantine declaration, you will not be allowed to board.
Failure to comply with the above measures is a criminal offence and may result in a fine.
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