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TRAVEL INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) 

TRAVEL INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) 

Last updated 24th September 2020: 08.55

Book With Confidence

We understand that due to coronavirus there is a level of uncertainty surrounding committing to your next holiday which is why Winged Boots has amended its booking terms and conditions to include an increased level of flexibility. This means you can book with confidence, safe in the knowledge that you can change your holiday should it not go ahead due to COVID-19.  
 

Travel Insurance

We advise that every customer travelling overseas has valid travel insurance provided by a trusted company.

Winged Boots has partnered with Rush Insurance, a specialist travel insurance intermediary, to provide comprehensive travel insurance that includes COVID-19 cover through Battleface or Allianz.

The two trusted insurers have multiple policies available with options that include cancellation cover, medical cover and repatriation across worldwide destinations – even those the FCDO is advising against all but essential travel to.
 

Travel Corridors

What is a travel corridor? 
A travel corridor, also known as an air bridge, allows passengers to travel on certain routes to and from specified countries and territories with low COVID-19 infection rates without the need to self-isolate for 14-days when they return to the uk.
For the full list of countries with a travel corridor to/from the uk, click here.

What happens if i am travelling to a country that isn’t on the travel corridor list? 
Upon return to the uk, you will be required to self-isolate for 14-days. 

What happens if i have a stop-over (transit stop) in a country not on the travel corridor list? 

If your journey involves a transit stop in a country not on the list, you will need to self-isolate when you arrive in England if:
  • new passengers get on, 
  • or, you or other passengers get off the transport you are on and mix with other people, then get on again. 
You don’t need to self-isolate beyond normal timescales if, during your transit stop in a non-exempt country:
  • no new passengers get on
  • nobody on-board gets off and mixes with people outside,
  • or, passengers get off but do not get back on. 

To discover more on travel corridors, click here.
 

Return To The Uk

Each passenger must fill out and complete this short online form within 48-hours of arriving into the UK. This includes both visitors and citizens.
The information provided will be used to contact passengers if someone on your flight, ship or train tests positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Click here to complete the form


Useful Links

For our UK customers, we strongly advise you monitor the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) for the latest travel advice. You can sign up for email updates on a country you're visiting, too. Click here for the latest travel advice.

If you're based in the US, to stay up to date with the latest US State Department Travel Advice click here.

Alternatively, to stay up to date with the World Health Organisation (WHO) click here.

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