Turkey removes PCR test requirement for double vaccinated UK travellersÂ
Turkey was removed from the UK Government’s red list on 22nd September 2021.
The Turkish Government has announced that proof of a negative PCR test is no longer required from double vaccinated UK travellers visiting Turkey.
The popular destination, which welcomed two and a half million British tourists in 2019, was removed from the UK Government’s red list on 22nd September 2021.
Fully vaccinated Brits can now take full advantage of direct flights from across the UK to Antalya, Dalaman and Izmir, as well as to Istanbul, to head to Turkey’s warmer climes this autumn.
The Turkish Tourism Board in the UK said:
Turkey is ready and excited to welcome back travellers from across the UK this month and beyond. With no requirement for PCR tests, and following our removal from the UK Government red list, travelling to Turkey couldn’t be easier. With warm temperatures, welcoming people, stunning coastlines and wonderful local cuisine all just a few hours flight away, Turkey is the perfect destination for UK families this half term.