Travel from some countries to Scotland is now possible.
From Monday 17 May, a new list of countries with coloured grading will be launched.
- Green - you will not need to quarantine on arrival, but you will have to take a PCR test for Covid-19.
- Amber - you must self-isolate on arrival for 10 days, and take two PCR tests.
- Red - you will be required to quarantine at a managed isolation hotel for 10 days.
You can see all of the countries on the current list.
Additional requirements for international visitors
You will be required to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test, taken no more than 72 hours before travel. Further information is available from the Scottish Government on pre-departure testing.
If you're coming from outside the Common Travel Area, you will need to self-isolate in a designated quarantine hotel for 10 days at a cost of £1,750 per person. During this self-isolation you will be tested for COVID-19 on days two and eight.
Every visitor needs to provide their journey and contact details. This applies to those who land in another part of the UK, and travel on by other means to Scotland.
Find out more on health checks when entering Scotland.
Flying between Scotland's main and regional airports is often the quickest way to get around, particularly when travelling to the islands.
Scotland has a number of main airport hubs based in the cities and smaller airports on the islands.
This is a list of all of the main passenger airports, but there are other smaller airports across the country:
- Edinburgh Airport
- Glasgow Airport
- Glasgow Prestwick Airport
- Dundee Airport
- Aberdeen Airport
- Inverness Airport
- Wick John O'Groats Airport
- Kirkwall Airport
- Sumburgh Airport
- Campbeltown Airport
- Oban Airport
- Islay Airport
- Tiree Airport
- Stornoway Airport
- Barra Airport
- Benbecula Airport
You can find more information on Scotland's airports and transfers and decide where you want to fly to!
The best way to find the most competitive fares is to search on comparison sites such as: