Hey guys, travellin tomorrow to Edinburgh. Can't find my passport. Had a look on citizens info. It says I don't need one.
Anyone travelled between the two before without passport? Any ideas / suggestions? Any previous experiences - good or bad?
I think you are OK with any form of photo ID for travelling to the UK. Doesn't have to be a passport. Someone more knowledgable will give you a definitive answer.
If you're travelling with Ryanair you MUST have a passport.
If you are travelling with any other airline or by ferry then you don't, but you will need some form of ID.
Ryanair and EasyJet require a passport.
Aer lingus, British Airways and the ferry companies only ask for some form of I.D. i.e Driving licence.
Thanks MikeDragon. I'm very nervous, do you mind me asking u how you are so sure?
If u are flying with Ryan air you 100% need a passport If you are flying are lingus you 100% don't a driving license will do.
Speaking from recent experience
Its in there terms and conditions and they are very strict about it, no exceptions
Experience! (and the fact I read t&cs almost every time I book)
About 10 years ago i had to go to my Grandmothers funeral in the U.K. Booked with Ryanair after being told i didn't need a passport. Paid a fortune for the flight as it was an emergency booking etc. Got to Dublin airport to the check in desk late in the evening and they refused to let me travel as i had no passport.
I had every kind of an i.d but they would not let me go. I ended up booking a flight with aer lingus (and paying another fortune). for the next morning and they let me go no problem. I ended up paying about 500 euro for a flight..Not cool
You can travel by ferry with no passport.