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’.
easyJet has announced a new route between Manchester and Aqaba, a coastal city in Jordan, for the winter season. It will be easyJet’s fifth-longest route at 2,488 miles in that festive month.
Ryanair has announced the opening of a new base in Newcastle and has also launched its Summer 2022 schedule for Newcastle Airport.
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.
easyJet has announced the resumption of flights between Aberdeen and Manchester. The announcement comes after the removal of Scottish Government restrictions. The service was due to take off on 9th July but was withdrawn from sale following the announcement of the non-essential travel ban between Scotland and Manchester. But now that the government of Scotland […]
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.
Portugal has imposed stricter restrictions on arrivals from the United Kingdom. The new rules mean travellers will have to quarantine for 14 days, either ‘at home or a place indicated by health authorities’, unless they can present proof of having been fully vaccinated at least 14 days before the arrival.
The government of United Kingdom has published an update to its list of travel destinations under the traffic light system, via Twitter. Northern Ireland made the announcement first, with England, Wales and Scotland mirroring it.
Portugal has been removed from United Kingdom’s green list, following the first review of the government’s traffic light system.
Earlier, IH Aviation and Travel had reported that United Kingdom would require a negative COVID-19 test result from all international arrivals ‘as soon as possible’. However, we didn’t have an exact date.