Tom Cruise arrived in London Biggin Hill Airport before quarantine
A two-week quarantine was avoided by actor Tom Cruise, who flew to London a few hours before the entry into force of new orders of the British government related to the fight against the spread of coronavirus infection. This was reported by journalists of the British newspaper The Sun. Cruise made an 11-hour flight from Florida (USA) to London Biggin Hill Airport in a suburb of London, specially selecting a flight with which he could fly before the new restrictions. He landed in the United Kingdom in the evening, and the next morning, two-week quarantine requirements for arrivals from abroad began to apply.
“It is no coincidence that Tom arrived exactly on Sunday evening, the film crew did not want the protagonist to sit in isolation for 14 days,” the journalists said from the source.
The actor arrived in the UK to continue filming the seventh of the film “Mission Impossible”. Filming will take place in a suburb of Oxford at the abandoned base of the Royal Air Force. According to reporters, Cruz will live in London and get to the filming location by helicopter.