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Passenger Locator Forms - Can Anyone Help And Elderly Traveller? Thanks

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moggie 939 | 11:12 Sat 06th Nov 2021 | Technology
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We are travelling to Madeira in January for our first holiday since Covid began and Jet2 says we have to complete a PLF 48 hours before we return to UK but I am still puzzled. We do not have smartphones but I have a laptop here in UK to download things. Can any one assist in simple terms please?
1. Do I have to submit separate forms for myself and my wife?
2. I have seen these forms Gov website - can I put in all the information there for both of us before we leave for Madeira?
3. Will downloaded hard copies be accepted for flight back to UK?
4. Have found a company who will send me two LF tests with the reference numbers for the PLF (£20) before we travel so that info will be available for the PLF.
5. Have tried starting the form on GovUK and got so far and received an email to complete? but how long will these remain and if I download now will it be valid?
Finally - will I be asked for them when we fly out or only on return?
I am really puzzled and Jet2 are not answering my emails.
Thanks everyone

Moggie

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Sounds like it's better to create an account then if it's to be filled in the now.
12:54 Sat 06th Nov 2021
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Thanks again - never thought of that! Of course if they scan that at the airport it will show all my info!
Moggie
Apologies for being so late in adding my piece of advice. Do not pay any money as that is a scam. I almost fell for it when getting frustrated with the process of filling in the PLF for trip to Spain from Ireland in October. Every country seems to have different rules.
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Thanks for that. No I have used official sites always and I have now found how to do them all and download and print!
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