PLEASE NOTE - Click here for the latest Government advice regarding restrictions for air travellers.
Passengers who have a legally permitted reason to travel internationally and who need a COVID-19 test in order to obtain a 'Fit to Fly' certificate, can book a test at the Airport based local TAG testing facility. Click here for more information
From Monday 15 February 2021, in addition to having proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test prior to travel to England, you will also need to either self isolate in the place you are staying for 10 days, or quarantine in a government approved hotel for 10 days, depending upon where you have been in the 10 days before arriving in the UK.
If you arrive in England without proof of a negative test result, you could be fined £500. Click here for further information.
You must also get 2 coronavirus tests after you arrive in England, which will need to be booked before travelling to the UK. Click here for more information.
COVID-19 related passenger information
With the COVID-19 pandemic still impacting all of our everyday lives, here at Liverpool John Lennon Airport we are delighted to welcome passengers as airline services continue to operate to a host of destinations.
The safety and security of all passengers and employees has always been the Airport’s top priority and throughout this crisis staff have continued to ensure that the passenger journey is as easy and safe as possible.
Passengers can continue to take advantage of Liverpool’s Faster, Easier Friendlier experience, whilst reassured that comprehensive measures are in place to reduce the risk of infection in line with the latest Government guidance.
Our reputation for being a relaxed, hassle free airport environment remains, with plenty of space available to easily facilitate the necessary social distancing and the same quick processing times throughout. You may however notice changes to some of the procedures and the way passengers move through the terminal with the following new measures in place.
Fit to fly COVID-19 testing
We are now offering COVID-19 testing with fit to fly certification for those who test negative. If you would like to book your test, and for more information, visit our Liverpool Airport COVID-19 testing page.
Your journey through the Airport
Information setting out in detail the measures now in place to ensure everyone’s health and safety is available here to help prepare passengers in advance of their journey through the Airport.
Please take the time to familiarise yourself with these changes so that you can continue to enjoy the benefits of flying from Liverpool at the same time as helping to minimise the spread of the virus.
Latest Government advice
The UK Government's latest aviation guidance includes advice for passengers on how to travel safely and on how to follow social distancing measures at each stage of their journey.
The guidance to passengers is available here and covers all aspects of the travel experience, from checking the public health requirements before booking a flight, to navigating the airport safely and boarding the flight or leaving the airport.
Practical advice includes wearing face coverings when in the airport, washing hands regularly after touching any surfaces and checking in all baggage including hand luggage.
Please note that The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) continues to advise British people against all non-essential travel to certain destinations worldwide, with rules in place for entering the UK from particular countries because of coronavirus. See here for the latest Government information.
It is also important for passengers to check the entry requirements of the country they are travelling to. Some require proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. See here for the latest information.
Frequently Asked Questions
We appreciate that many passengers will have already booked flights and other airport-related facilities for travel in the future and may have questions regarding their journey through the airport or their booking. We have provided answers here to the most common questions.