Fit-to-Fly Certificate Explained
Many popular holiday destinations require you to produce a fit-to-fly certificate before being permitted to enter the country. A fit-to-fly certificate is evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test.
Our PCR tests include a fit-to-fly certificate in the form of a results sheet, an example of which can be seen below. Please note, the results must be negative for the results sheet to qualify as a fit-to-fly document. In the interest of expedience, your results sheet is emailed to you directly.
How to get a PCR Test
There are two options for PCR tests. We offer an in-clinic service at several locations across the UK. We also sell PCR tests kits where we send you a swab sample collection kit, you then post/courier the sample to our lab.
In-clinic PCR Travel Tests: Book Online
Home PCR Kit: Buy Online
What’s included on the fit-to-fly certificate?
Entry requirements vary for each country and they are regularly being updated. You will need to check the specific requirements of your holiday destination which you can do here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors.
Below we explain the information which is included on the results sheet:
- Your details, including name, gender, and date of birth.
- Details of our lab.
- The date the sample was taken and the date it was processed.
- Most importantly – the result of your test.
- More detailed information on your test results
- The signature and stamp of the medical professional who oversaw the testing of your sample.
- UKAS and CQC registration and references numbers.
More information on our PCR Travel Tests
Frequently Asked Questions
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