Boris Johnson said: “A successor to the global travel task force will report by April 12 so people can plan for the summer”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s roadmap to ease coronavirus restrictions states that overseas travel will not be permitted until May 17 at the earliest

As part of what M Johnson called “our return to normalcy”, four assessments will be in place

One of those advisories “will look at the recovery of international travel, which is vital for many businesses that have been hit hardest, including retail, hospitality, tourism and aviation.” , according to M Johnson Learn more about the roadmap for overseas travel

He added: “A successor to the global travel task force will report by April 12 so people can plan for the summer”

In the meantime, the government has imposed a 10-day hotel quarantine on UK nationals or residents returning from any country on the “red list”

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In the latest advice on its website, the airline said: “We plan to operate as many flights as possible in the coming days

“Due to a number of governments imposing entry bans on flights from certain countries or imposing travel restrictions on non-resident passengers or non-citizens of the respective countries, we appreciate the uncertainty this may cause you and understand that you may wish to change your travel plans “

The company also said it will continue to review its schedule of flights to the Netherlands in the coming weeks, following the recent announcement by the Dutch government recommending essential travel only until the end of the month. March

EasyJet has announced a “protection promise” for flights and vacations, to allow customers flexibility when planning their trips

If your flight is impacted by a locked travel ban, you can transfer to a new date or opt for a voucher or a refund

The airline has decided to extend the suspension of all flights until April 14 inclusive (April 26 for Iceland), “due to continued uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on government trip “

Good news for vacationers looking for sunshine in the fall, as Jet2 has extended the summer season 21 with more flights and vacations to the Greek islands of Zante, Crete (Heraklion), Rhodes and Kefalonia Almost 80 flights were added in October and November, from airports in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and London Stansted

Holidays, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, to the destinations below departing on or before April 30, 2021:

Holidays, including flight only and accommodation only bookings, to the destinations below scheduled to depart on or before October 31, 2021:

TUI River Cruises on TUI Isla are scheduled to depart on or before October 31, 2021

If your vacation has been canceled, the company will contact you soon to discuss your options

The airline has lowered the flight change fee for all new bookings made before March 31, 2021, for travel before October 31, 2021 You can make up to two flight changes

If your flight has been canceled, you have the option of a 12 month travel voucher, refund or rebooking of your trip

Ryanair’s 21/22 winter timetable has also been launched, with over 700 routes across the Ryanair network taking off from the end of October

The list includes sunny getaways to Cyprus, Gran Canaria, the Greek Islands, Sicily and Malaga, ski trips to Turin, Milan and Salzburg, and city breaks to Lisbon, Paris and Venice


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