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I plan to be on the JetBlue inaugural out of LHR (if it actually happens on Aug 12). As the US remains on the Amber list, I may need to adjust my plans to eliminate my vacation. So here’s the question:
Can I fly US-LHR, arriving on Aug 12, stay airside (avoiding immigration), and return to the US on the B6 flight? I will get the test required for travel, and I will assume I can get my B6 boarding pass electronically 24 hours ahead.
In the chance I can’t get my check in complete, will there be a place at LHR that I can check in without going to the JetBlue counter?
In theory, if you stay airside, all you will need is a test and to fill out the passenger locator form. Transiting airside is allowed at LHR.
Regarding your boarding pass, having not been through LHR is a while now, I dont know if there is a JetBlue customer service counter or e-ticket machine airside yet. If you dont get your boarding pass before boarding in the US electronically, you could always try once you land.