Covid-19 Case Data
We’ve used independent data from the World Health Organization to create some handy dashboards that will help you to make informed travel decisions.
Updates on travel restrictions
The Scottish Government has re-introduced quarantine for passengers arriving from mainland Greece - this excludes the islands of Crete, Corfu, Kos, Rhodes and Zante. People arriving from the Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia in Cyprus must also quarantine on arrival for 14 days from 0400 14 November.
People arriving from Denmark are also required to self-isolate if arriving into Scotland.
Anyone travelling back from, or transiting through, these countries will have to self-isolate for two weeks. More information on can be found on the Scottish Government website.
We know people who had travel arranged to these countries will have questions about the status of their flight. We encourage you to check with your airline for the latest flight information.
Governments at home and abroad regularly review their travel policies, and so it is important to check any local rules or restrictions before you travel.
Local levels and travel
People living in Scotland will be aware of the Covid restrictions for local areas - these are controlled and managed by the Scottish Government.
You can find out the restriction level for your area by using the Scottish Government's postcode checker.
Some areas will have restrictions in terms of travelling and that may have an impact on any travel plan that you may have. We would encourage all passengers to read and follow the guidance and use it to inform any decision on travel - the guidance can be viewed on the Scottish Government website.
Please note - the airport cannot and will not make this decision for passengers.