Shuffling of “safe” countries continues as Government travel list updated
Travellers arriving in the UK from Andorra, Belgium and Bahamas will now need to self-isolate for 2 weeks. While Malaysia and Brunei have been moved to the “safe” travel list.
Meanwhile as travellers from Spain still have to self-isolate for 2 weeks doubts are being raised about travelling to France. A spike in new cases in France may mean that France will be the next country to have quarantine reintroduced upon return to the UK. Greece is benefiting from the uncertainty with last minute cheap flights and hotel deals being snapped up by sun seeking Brits.
Keep up to date with the latest news
To help you in your travel plans, GIVT will be monitoring which countries are opening for tourism, when and where. We will keep you up to date with countries’ latest policies with an easy to follow detailed list every Monday.
Many of us were left disappointed when our summer plans were dashed. Hundreds of thousands of flights were cancelled and most passengers have been left waiting on their coronavirus flight cancellation compensation. If you are one of those awaiting a refund for your ticket because of the travel ban, we can help. Just click on our [call to action button below] for more details.
Post-Coronavirus flights restart in Europe
Now is the time to book your flights to get the best deals. Use our easy to follow tables to see when and which countries are open, or click on a country for more specific travel information. Alternatively, you can click on an airline to book flights according to your own preferred travel dates and their availability.
Please be aware that all information is correct at time of print, but subject to change due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check our list regularly to stay up to date with the latest regulations.
AIRLINES SUMMER 2020
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* Limited flights only, please check individual airline websites for more information
Travelling further afield – Asia, America, Australia and Africa
Long-distance flights are starting to open up with direct flights to the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand now available from various airlines from multiple locations across Europe. Flight to Brazil, as well as many other countries in Central and South America are uncertain as they are currently in the midst of pandemic.
China is reporting very low instance of new cases of Coronavirus, yet remains on alert, as do many other Asian countries. Africa, as yet has not suffered as badly as Europe, but hardest hit countries are Africa’s biggest holiday destinations, Egypt, South Africa and Morocco.
For many countries outside Europe it is just too early to tell when travel will return to normal. Any official announcements will be posted here on this page to keep you up to date with the latest news in long distance travel.
While travelling it is essential to stay safe. In uncertain times people need to know that they are protected. Check your chosen airline’s new safety features by clicking on the link below.
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Stay up to date with the latest travel news
As we speak governments are working hard to try and make travel as safe and seamless as possible for holidaymakers. Countries such as Greece, Spain, and Portugal are working on safe “air corridors” to fast track British holiday makers to their most popular resorts. Your summer holidays are just around the corner, don’t forget to check with GIVT for the latest coronavirus travel advice updates on your chosen destinations.