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For passengers arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport

This page contains information for passengers arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Arriving passengers can book their tests at the BioGrad facility in our terminal

How do I book my test?

If you require a PCR test, you can make a booking by clicking here. You will need to select the date and time of your test to ensure it meets your travel requirements before you pay.

If you are travelling with other people and require multiple tests, then appointments will need to be booked separately.

Frequently asked questions

When can I get a test?

Booking can be made here within current availability between 08.00-19.45 daily.

Where will my test take place?

The testing facility is located at the check-in area within the terminal building. Passengers are advised to use the multi-storey car park if coming onsite in advance or to exit arrivals and turn right if just landed.

Will I have to pay for parking?

There are no parking fees for visitors to the BioGrad testing if coming onsite specifically for a test. A ticket will be issued upon completion of the test.

When should I book?

Testing capacity is limited and we recommend booking as early as possible to ensure you get a slot that meets your travel requirements. Remember to factor in the correct time of your flight.

Who will be doing the tests?

The clinical operators, have a fully-qualified team.

Do children require testing?

This can vary by destination. Please consult government advice for the destination you are travelling to.

Can I not use a test provided by the NHS or mass testing scheme?

No. To enter countries with testing requirements, you’ll need a PCR test/Fit to Fly certificate, which is not obtainable via the NHS or mass testing schemes.

How will I receive my certificate?

Depending on your test result, you will receive a Fit to Fly or a Not Fit to Fly certificate via email within 48 hours of your test, with the required information for travel.

What if my test is positive?

If you receive a positive test result, you must self-isolate in accordance with Government guidance. You will not be permitted to travel, and we recommend getting in touch with your airline or tour operator to discuss your options.