UK Regions Turn Holidaymakers Away

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As more regions across the UK are placed under Tier 3 restrictions, the chance to enjoy a staycation in another part of the country is beginning to shrink.

State of Emergency Declared in Spain – Where Does That Leave My Holiday to the Canary Islands?

Spain declares a national state of emergency and introduces a curfew, while the Canary Islands are added to the travel corridor list.

No Refunds for Brits in Locked-Down Areas

Tour operators and airlines have revealed that they won’t be providing refunds to those affected by the tougher restrictions.

Category: UK Travel

Rapid Covid Test Trials Take Place In Airports

Passengers flying from Heathrow to Hong Kong this week will be the first to have the option of paying for a rapid Covid-19 test before checking in, as part of a trial to help tourists travel to destinations where proof of a negative Covid-19 test is compulsory.

Flights Between the UK & EU Could Be Grounded If There’s A No-Deal Brexit

Grant Shapps revealed that flights between the UK and the European Union (EU) could be grounded from January 1, 2021, if the UK leaves the EU with a no-deal Brexit.

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5 holiday scams and how to avoid them

Summer is upon us; despite the dismal weather we appear to have been graced with recently. With the UK expecting yet more rainfall over the next few days…

  

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Italy Introduces Coronavirus Testing Requirement

In a bid to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, Italy has introduced new testing measures to control the number of arrivals with Covid-19 in the country.

Category: International Travel
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Lockdown Restrictions Abroad – What Are Your Options?

It’s always best to follow the government advice, especially when it comes to travelling abroad. So, if you’re desperate to get away before the end of the year, why not visit one of the countries on the FCDO’s travel corridor?

Category: International Travel
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Is There Still Hope for A Half-Term Getaway?

As Covid-19 restrictions are tightened in Scotland and Wales, and are set to be increased in parts of England next week, there are concerns that a potential ban on overnight stays could affect those with half-term plans.

Category: International Travel, UK Travel
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Coronavirus – Millennials & Gen Z More Willing to Travel Abroad

Millennials and Generation Z are more willing to travel abroad than their elderly relatives.

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Airport Testing To Be Announced In Days

The UK government is expected to announce the introduction of Covid-19 testing at airports in the coming days.

Category: International Travel
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More Countries Removed from Travel Corridor

British tourists visiting Turkey, Poland, and the small Caribbean islands of Bonaire, St Eustatius, and Saba will now have to self-isolate for 14-days upon their return as of 4am on Saturday, October 3rd.

Category: International Travel
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Further Travel Restrictions for British Tourists

As the number of positive Covid-19 infections rates increase in the UK, some countries have introduced new rules for Brits looking to get away, while others have banned Britons from visiting altogether.

Category: International Travel

Could airlines introduce unlimited flights within the EU?

Several airlines across the globe have started getting creative with their services in an attempt to recover from the damage caused by the Covid-19 outbreak.

Category: International Travel

What Will Local Lockdowns Mean For UK Holidays

With the number of cities being placed into local lockdowns, those with upcoming UK breaks may have concerns over the likelihood of their holiday taking place – and whether they’ll be able to get their money back.

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What Will Local Lockdowns Mean For UK Holidays

With the number of cities being placed into local lockdowns, those with upcoming UK breaks may have concerns over the likelihood of their holiday taking place – and whether they’ll be able to get their money back.

Category: UK Travel

Travel Providers Give Up ABTA Membership

Several tour operators have given up their ABTA membership following refund disagreement.

Category: UK Travel

Could A Quarantine Traffic Light System Be Introduced To The UK?

The European Commission is urging for EU members to adopt a traffic light quarantine system to simplify the existing rules and apply the same quarantine criteria across all EU nations.

Category: International Travel

Passenger Locator Forms Crack Down on Holiday Destination

Passenger Locator Forms now include a subsection where holidaymakers are required to specify exactly where they have been on holiday.

Category: International Travel

The Importance Of Declaring Medical Conditions When Travelling

There is so much confusion around what medical conditions you should and shouldn’t declare to your travel insurer. So, we’ve created a whole medical section to help on our website!

Category: International Travel

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Parents advised children must have MMR injection before travelling to Europe

Following an outbreak of measles in Europe, parents are being advised by Public Health England to ensure children are up to date with their MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccination before travelling.