Arriving into Scotland
Scotland’s travel rules for people arriving from abroad ended at 4am on Friday 18 March. If you’re arriving in Scotland after this time, you do not need to:
- complete a Passenger Locator Form
- take any COVID-19 tests before you leave for Scotland, or after you arrive
- isolate when you arrive
Future changes to travel advice
New COVID-19 travel rules in Scotland, or any other country, may be brought in at short notice. You should always check the latest advice for each country you’re planning to travel to before booking your trip and before you go.
Further information on this is available on the Scottish Government website international travel guidance.
Arriving into England
When you travel to England, you:
- do not need to complete a UK passenger locator form before you travel
- do not need to take any COVID-19 tests before you travel or after you arrive
- do not need to quarantine when you arrive
Further information on this is available on the English Government website international travel guidance.
Travel provider and transport hub rules
Your travel provider, or the transport hub you travel through, may have COVID-19 rules in place. For example they may require or advise you to wear a face covering.
You should follow any COVID-19 rules and guidance from:
- your travel provider – airline, ferry, coach or train company
- the transport venue – airport, port, coach or railway station