Coronavirus and FAQs at (STN) airport

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Coronavirus Answers and Frequently Asked Questions for Passengers at London-Stansted airport (STN)


Passengers arriving from a non-UK country can shorten their mandatory 10-day quarantine period by completing a negative COVID-19 test from day 5 onwards. VIEW FULL GUIDE .

For departing passengers, some countries require that they show proof of a negative COVID-19 test within certain departure deadlines. At Heathrow, independent test providers can offer the tests most frequently required by other countries: LAMP, Rapid Antigen using lateral flow devices, and PCR. VIEW FULL GUIDE .

Non-essential international travel

As of Monday, May 17, non-essential international travel from England will be allowed again. However, there are still testing requirements (outlined below), and there are currently only 12 countries on the UK government's 'green' list for travel.




Latest updates: June 09, 2021


General considerations
It is an almost generalized concept that each passenger must have a certificate of vaccination against the Coronavirus (if they already have it), a RT-PCR test result within 48 hours of boarding,10-day quarantine, filling out the form and affidavit of health (including in some cases the COVID-19 vaccination certificate), in addition to complying with the distancing protocols, hand washing and use of mask.
But also, given the situation of constant changes, it is always important to consult and finalize details with the airline and also, if necessary, with the airport as well as in the case of international flights with the nearby embassy or consulate to wherever the destination is. final, as well as the countries involved in flight stopovers.
In this sense, it is useful to review the International Map of the current restrictions of each country.

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