Tourism visa holders who are fully vaccinated with one of four accepted immunisations against Covid-19 will be able to enter the country without the need to quarantine.
Fitness brand F45 is opening a new studio in the Golden Mile Galleria Mall on the Palm Jumeirah. The new location will open within the mall next month.
The hospitality sector has given warm support to a loosening of travel restrictions in England announced by the government. The cruise sector is also set to rebound as international trips restart.
Finnish border restrictions have now eased, allowing travellers from the UK who have been fully vaccinated to enter with no additional quarantine or testing requirements.
Saint Lucia has added another gateway with the reintroduction of service with British Airways out of London Heathrow after more than 30 years. The first Boeing 777 touched down on earlier.
Emirates flight EK213 was welcomed by Miami International Airport with a water cannon salute, and drew in an audience of passengers, aviation fans and guests.
ABTA has written to Grant Shapps, the secretary of state for transport, outlining the actions still needed from government to open up travel to more destinations.
Arrivals from the United Kingdom, Cyprus and the Russian Federation will now need to show a negative SARS-CoV-2 test performed in their home country on arrival.
New research published by hospitality and pub trade bodies in the UK shows the scale of the challenges facing these hard-hit businesses as they look to rebuild from the pandemic.
From November 4th, flights and holidays will take off from Glasgow Airport to the popular beach destination of Agadir, offering customers in Scotland even more choice.
June saw the output of UK hospitality businesses grow at the fastest rate in nine years, as more consumers took advantage of lockdown-easing, according to the Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker.
The US Centres for Disease Control & Prevention earlier placed Britain on level four, the highest level of risk. The CDC said in a statement: “Avoid travel to the United Kingdom."