London is open to U.S. travelers
U.S. travelers, whether fully vaccinated or not against the coronavirus, are currently permitted to travel to the UK.
To understand the restrictions and requirements, we've put together a comprehensive outline of everything you need to know to prepare for what might be your first international trip in a while.
From airline and flight information, to arrival testing steps and more — you can find all the resources below to ensure you're #LondonReady.
Booking your trip
Ready when you are! If you’re planning to travel to London soon, feel free to reach out to your FCM Team at any time. We're here to support you every step of the way, from booking and pre-trip preparation, through to in-journey assistance.
Your travel checklist
We’ve put together a comprehensive checklist to make sure you have everything you need for a seamless journey. When traveling to London remember to:
- Check with your employer that you have sufficient travel insurance cover
- Carry a hard copy of your vaccine card
You no longer need to take a COVID-19 test before traveling to the UK or after you arrive. You also do not need to fill out a UK passenger locator form or quarantine when you arrived. These lifted restrictions apply whether you are fully vaccinated or not.
Airline and flight information
Looking for direct flights to London? We've listed all airlines for you, along with additional information to help you understand what each airline offers.
Looking for information on your favorite hotel chain and what they will offer? We've put together a quick reference guide on some of our preferred hotel partners.
Returning to the U.S.
When leaving London, travelers must complete a test within 24 hours of your departure and receive a negative result. This will ensure entry into the U.S. with no quarantine required. It is recommended to take another test three to five days after arriving in the U.S.
Information on what is required for each state can be found on our Travel News Hub.