I will be travelling to London by KLM: mostly because they have been really helpful on the phone and answered my questions while others didn;t or were unavailable… I even decided that I was ready to pay for the extra antigen test. But I am having a few second thoughts due to bthe following.
The route is Taiwan-Bangkok-Amsterdam-London. I guess the antigen test is for the Netherlands. So maybe you don;t even need a PCR to go to the Netherlands? An antigen test is sufficient? Clearly, this is not a direct flight. My question is, if I get a 72 hour PCR in Taiwan before travelling will that still be valid in the Netherlands when I fly to London? Or will the UK expect the PCR to be 72 hours from boarding in Holland?
I am trying to contact KLM about this but they don;t seem to be there at weekend.
Does anyone know? Time is a bit short.