ritish Airways and xo Virgin Atlantic will trial fast-track lanes at Heathrow airport for fully-vaccinated arrivals. Under the scheme passengers from some countries will be able to upload their vaccination status before boarding. Most popular holiday destinations are currently on the amber list, meaning that people must isolate for up to 10 days on their return to the UK. The trial, due to start this weekend, will allow passengers who are fully vaccinated and are travelling on selected flights to Heathrow from Athens, Los Angeles, Montego Bay and New York to show proof of their vaccination status. People taking part will be able to use a dedicated arrivals lane at the UK border. John Holland-Kaye, chief executive of Heathrow Airport, tells BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "At the moment the main barrier to people who have been doubly vaccinated travelling being allowed to do that, is being able to demonstrate to the government that we can check that they've had the vaccination already. "The trial that we're starting later this week will allow us to demonstrate we can do that safely with 100% checks on double vaccination before people get on the plane."