People arriving in England from Andorra, Belgium and the Bahamas from 04:00 tomorrow morning will need to self-isolate for two weeks. The news comes as the countries are removed from the England travel exemptions list.
Visitors planning a holiday in Portugal can now subscribe to a new travel insurance product, specially adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic.
With safety as a priority, Emirates is gradually expanding its passenger services to 70 cities in August, returning to over 50 per cent of its pre-pandemic destination network.
Following the reopening of borders to international visitors, the Maldives Marketing & PR Corporation has announced that 146 of its 156 resorts in operation will reopen to guests by the end of October.
The government of Dubai has said that the city can once again host live events. However, a rigorous set of social distancing guidelines will be in place to continue the fight against Covid-19.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association is calling upon all industry stakeholders to work more closely together towards the recovery of the travel and tourism industry.
The Covid-19 pandemic in the UK was accelerated by critical errors in the approach to border measures take by the government, the Home Affairs select committee finds.
Yas Island has been awarded the coveted a ‘Safe Travels’ stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council, marking the first destination in the emirate to receive the accreditation.
A month after reopening the tourism sector, Madeira has recorded only nine active cases of Covid-19. Officials argue this makes it one the safest destinations in Europe to visit.
ABTA has introduced two new resources to help members understand the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and guide them through what to expect from their holidays.
According to the latest analysis from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, some 40 per cent of all destinations worldwide have now eased the restrictions they placed on international tourism in response to the outbreak.
Research among British consumers shows that they would prefer testing and tracing options instead of blanket quarantine measures recently re-introduced for Spain by the UK government.