With both islands on the green list, meaning quarantine-free travel, the leisure airline and tour operator has seen customers flocking to book flights and holidays.
Madeira Promotion Bureau has launched an eight-week London taxi campaign as tourism to the islands reopens. The work comes alongside partners Ubiqtaxis and British Airways.
Madeira has welcomed its addition to the safe travel list, calling the decision “mutually beneficial” to both the UK and local travel industry. The Covid-19 situation in Madeira is under control, officials said.
The Balearic Islands, Malta, the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira and Barbados are among the places added to the green list for travellers from the UK.
The campaign reinforces the feeling of belonging and shows the diversity that exists in this region, which offers experiences, landscapes, culture, gastronomy and memories for an unparalleled trip.
Madeira deserves to stay on the UK green list and should not be categorised with the rest of mainland Europe, according to local officials. The archipelago is 1,077 kilometres away in the Atlantic.
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe by international observers.
Developed from in-depth studies aiming to identify the greatest attributes of the territory, the conclusion was clear: Madeira is a place where everyone who visits feels a sense of belonging.
As executive director of Madeira Promotion Authority, Nuno Vale has been at the forefront of efforts to prepare the destination for the post-Covid-19 world. Here he tells Breaking Travel News what guests can expect to find when they return
Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe and has been widely praised for its handling of the Covid-19 crisis.
Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago of Madeira has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe and has been widely praised for its handling of the Covid-19 crisis.
A new Digital Nomads Village, referred to as the most significant project in Portugal to date for remote working, has been opened following a steep rise in demand for space.