Please see note below from Marc Bailey CEO

I have just been in the government’s operational meeting related to the 14-day quarantine requirement which comes into force at 0001 on the 8th of June. Without question everything they are doing or planning relates to scheduled airlines and main terminals. I have let them know that our business model and processes are completely different and that this will need to be tailored for each client entering the UK, should anyone still want to come.

The two attached PDF’s are the forms required to be completed for those people who are not exempt. If the client is not exempt then there is no way to avoid a 14-day quarantine. There will be spot checks supposedly by CAA and this will be tapered to allow for processes to settle down.

If you look at this exempt link there are pathways for moving crew and engineering staff within this requirement without requiring the 14-day quarantine. You might look to generate some standard company letters to cover this requirement. There is also a clear path to bring people in for training too, without quarantine.

I am sure you will still have some outbound work from the UK, but from feedback received so far it seems passengers coming to the UK after the 8th has in majority ceased.

We are working closely with DfT and the Sec of State for Aviation, plus we have lodged our dissatisfaction with the Home Secretary, along with a request for exemption and suggested and alternate means for compliance in the medium term.

Best Regards
Marc Bailey CEO

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