The CMA is currently investigating two major airlines over concerns that they may have broken consumer law by not offering refunds to customers who were legally not permitted to travel as a result of Covid-19 lockdowns.
As a result of the constant changes in travel advice, many Brits have this year opted to enjoy a holiday here in the UK.
Whose travel advice should you listen to when planning a holiday? And how can you make sure that if you do decide to book a summer holiday, that you’re fully protected?
The government has amended its travel advice for those living in areas with high rates of the Indian Covid-19 variant.
British travellers are not permitted to enter mainland Spain or the Balearic Islands, unless for essential reasons. However, this advice excludes the Canary Islands.
The UK government has issued new travel advice for those living in areas affected by the Indian Covid-19 variant. Some countries have also announced flight bans and restrictions for British travellers due to concerns over the new strain.
The Spanish government has announced that it is officially lifting travel restrictions for British travellers – but Brits who visit the country without an essential reason will not be covered by their insurer.
Aviation officials have hinted that an expansion of the current “green” list will arrive in time for the peak summer holiday season.
The “stay at home” messaging has been lifted and international travel has finally resumed for those living in England, as long as they travel to a destination on the government’s ‘green’ list.
British travellers could be turned away from holidaying in Portugal next week, despite the country being deemed as “green” on the government’s traffic light system. While the UK is set to lift its travel ban from on May 17, allowing British tourists to travel without quarantine restrictions to destinations on the “green” list, the European […]
Rail disruption across England, Scotland and Wales is expected to last for the next few days as cracks were detected in some Great Western Railway (GWR) and London North Eastern Railway (LNER) high-speed trains.
Despite some countries being classified as “green”, all travellers are still required to take a PCR test on their return to the UK. Should you fail this test, you need travel insurance to protect you.
TUI has announced that it will offer all customers travelling to countries on the government’s “green” or “amber” traffic light list the chance to order their pre-departure lateral flow and PCR tests as part of their package holiday.
The UK government aims to give holidaymakers at least two weeks’ notice if a country is at risk of being removed from the ‘green’ list.
There is worry that the FCDO could advise against travel to certain destinations despite individual countries being placed on the government’s “green traffic light ” list.
Travel between Scotland, England, and Wales is now permitted for residents of the three nations. Additionally, holiday rentals, campsites, and other forms of self-contained accommodation can welcome back visitors of the same household.