After months of tightened travel restrictions in response to Omicron, the UK has finally dropped its onerous rules for all international arrivals.
Fully vaccinated travellers no longer need any tests, either pre-departure or post-arrival.
Unvaccinated arrivals no longer need to undergo 10 days of quarantine, requiring instead to present a negative test before travelling to the UK and take one PCR test within two days of arrival.
Various countries across Europe are relaxing entry rules - while simultaneously imposing expiration dates for domestic vaccine passes.
So what do these changes mean for your future travel plans?
Our expert Simon Calder will be on hand to answer all your latest travel questions in an ‘Ask me anything’ this Friday (11 February). He will be answering live in the comments section below between 1pm and 2pm.
Register to submit your question in the comments box under this article. If you’re not already a member, click “sign up” in the comments section to leave your question.
Don’t worry if you can’t see your question – they will be hidden until Simon joins the conversation to answer them.
Then join us live on this page from 1pm as Simon tackles as many of your travel queries as he can within an hour.
Join our commenting forum
Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies