The government of United Kingdom has announced that many travel restrictions for travel to England will be simplified. The dates for the simplification range from Wednesday 22nd September 2021 through to an unspecified date ‘by the end of October’.
Ryanair has announced its Winter 2021/22 schedule from Birmingham, opening six new routes in October. In total, the low-cost carrier will fly to 28 destinations from Birmingham this winter.
BA CityFlyer has announced that it will launch flights to Salzburg in Austria this winter. In addition, the airline is expanding in three of its newest domestic routes – Exeter, Glasgow and Leeds from Belfast this Winter season.
Austria has relaxed the entry requirements for travellers arriving from the United Kingdom.
Ryanair has announced that it will launch 11 new routes from various cities in the United Kingdom for the Winter 2021/22 season.
Following the announcement of the UAE easing entry requirements for 12 countries (United Kingdom, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Indonesia, Nigeria and Afghanistan) and the UK adding the UAE on its ‘amber list’, Emirates is responding to the pent-up travel demand across its network.
United Kingdom has made a number of changes to its traffic light travel list. These changes are effective from 04:00 hours 8th August 2021. If you arrive in England before this date, then you must follow the rules that are presently applicable.
Grant Shapps, Transport Secretary of the United Kingdom, has confirmed that fully vaccinated UK travellers returning to England from ‘Amber List’ countries will no longer have to quarantine. This is a major step taken by the government of United Kingdom towards the reopening of international borders.
easyJet has announced 12 new routes in the United Kingdom with fares starting from £14.99. The airline will launch operations from Belfast City to London Gatwick for the 1st time and return to East Midlands and Leeds Bradford, with new routes which were previously served by Stobart Air-operated Aer Lingus Regional.
The United Kingdom government has announced a trial allowing certain flights from Red List countries to operate providing they arrive into dedicated terminals at Birmingham and Heathrow airports.