bennetn

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  • Location Wiesbaden
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  • Year of birth 1969
  1. 3 people refused boarding with Easyjet

      Lufthansa offer something like that. https://lufthansa.travel-regulations.com/?language=en&apptarget=external%20  
  2. 3 people refused boarding with Easyjet

    The point still stands.
  3. 3 people refused boarding with Easyjet

      While it maybe superior it is not a surgical face maks which causes the confusion.  You can download a certificate of conformity from the website for future use.
  4. Giving notice is only valid when the new owner plans to use it themselves though isn't it? 
  5. CovPas app when travelling to the UK

      Not by the UK definition you cannot.  They have a their own definition of what is fully vaccinated and it's up to the person creating the form to find out what that is from the links they provide.   For reference https://www.gov.uk/guidance/how-to-quarantine-when-you-arrive-in-england What counts as fully vaccinated You may not be considered to be fully vaccinated for the purpose of entering the UK even if you’re considered to be fully vaccinated in your country of origin. In the UK, ‘fully vaccinated’ means you’ve had either: 2 doses of an approved 2 dose vaccine (such as Pfizer or AstraZeneca) one dose of an approved single dose vaccine (such as Janssen) You must have had your final dose at least 14 whole days before you arrive in England. The day you had your final dose does not count as one of the 14 days. 2 dose vaccines If you were vaccinated with a 2 dose vaccine (such as Moderna or Pfizer) you must have had both doses to be considered fully vaccinated. This applies in all cases, even if you have recently recovered from COVID-19 and have natural immunity. Those who have had COVID-19 and have only had one dose of a 2 dose vaccine must follow the rules for unvaccinated arrivals.
  6. CovPas app when travelling to the UK

    You will declare the same on the locator form and where it asks are you fully vaccinated you will say "no".  You can travel to UK unvaccinated (with current test) but on arrival you will need day 2 and day 8 tests and 10 days of quarantine.   They will check you have an approved locator form and a current test.
  7. CovPas app when travelling to the UK

    The simple answer is no, the UK does not accept you are fully vaccinated and will need to quarantine and take tests on arrival.
  8. What's the issue with dual nationality?

    haha fancy allowing your passport being the definition of what you are and what you believe in.  Hello 1930, Jeba wants his world back.
  9. What's the issue with dual nationality?

    No, born here.  Mother is an EU citizen and I had perm residence (as EU member at that time) so birth registered in DE.  She has British passport now also as British citizen but at some point in her later life she will need to apply for "full" British citizenship in which case it sounds (reading the FAQ link) that she will have a choice to make.
  10. What's the issue with dual nationality?

      This is an eye opener.  My daughter has German and British nationality but neither of us are German.  Based on the link she will not be able to retain both as an adult as she must choose one or the other.  Will she not have the right, like other German citizens, to request that she retain her citizenship and also take up GB citizenship?
  11.   ..as it happens...
  12. Bizarre that, I came back on Monday and didn't need to provide any other info to Lufthansa other than my normal passport details.  They didn't ask for anything when checking vaccination and einreiseanmeldung at airport either.
  13. Are you coming from a place not allowed to enter Germany unless vaccinated or something? I didn't have to enter my permit number anywhere on the online check-in.
  14. Not a major issue or anything but they wanted to see my aufhenthaltstitel each time I passed border control, didn't have it with me the first time, they didn't stamp my passport but were quite clear that I should carry it from then on.