Travel latest news: US and Spanish holidays could be unlocked by vaccine passport talks
Robert Jackman says:
There was a cursory check as you got onto the plane that you’d filled out your landing form and you had your PCR test certificate. They didn’t scrutinise them or anything, so it was very quick.
Immigration at Heathrow took significantly longer; probably two hours in total. Annoyingly the first bit is a pre-queue, before you even go into the main immigration area, so you don’t know how long it will take. Heathrow staff were friendly and handed out water. Anyone with children can skip the queue.
There was lots of confusion in the queue about the extra requirement to book two PCR tests. A Heathrow staff member asked people to put their hands up if they *hadn’t* done this. Quite a few people were then taken aside presumably to complete the admin (and paid £210 a…