According to information obtained by RTL, flights between the UK and Luxembourg are set to take off again as of 00.01 on 24 December.

Important to know: Passengers are required to provide a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours. If the test was completed between 48-72 hours, travellers can still fly but must be tested again at Luxembourg Airport.

The person must then self-isolate until their test result is obtained.

Minister for Mobility François Bausch had confirmed on Monday that flights between the UK and Luxembourg would be cancelled until 4 January due to the emergence of a highly infectious new strain of coronavirus.

Official press communication (translated from French)

Lifting of the temporary suspension of scheduled passenger flights to and from the United Kingdom (23.12.2020)

Communicated by: Ministry of Mobility and Public Works / Ministry of Health / Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs

The temporary suspension of scheduled passenger flights to and from the United Kingdom is lifted from this Wednesday, 23 December at midnight. As of then all flights are operational.

Passengers returning to Luxembourg must meet the following conditions:
• be in possession of a negative PCR test dating back less than 48 hours;
• be in possession of a negative PCR test dating between 48 and 72 hours. These travellers must undergo a new PCR test at Luxembourg airport and must self-quarantine until the test result is obtained.

Antigenic tests are also accepted under the same conditions. These include tests that achieve a sensitivity of ≥80% and a specificity of ≥97% compared to PCR tests in alignment with the criteria established by the WHO (Antigen-detection in the diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 infection using rapid immunoassays.

For all information regarding your flight, contact the airline you are travelling with.