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.”
Government officials have now confirmed fully jabbed travellers returning to England and Wales from France will still have to quarantine from Monday.
The status of the UK as the most visited destination for US tourists in Europe is threatened by the mandatory quarantine on arrival, according to new research.
The app allows visitors to check the status of a beach before they arrive in order to avoid congestion and to encourage them to discover nearby beaches that are quieter and less crowded.
UK families face yet another ‘lost summer’ thanks to the traffic light system, quarantines, costly Covid-19 tests and confusing travel rules and regulations, argues the World Travel & Tourism Council.
The Quiet Site, an award-winning carbon neutral holiday park in Cumbria’s Lake District, will be opening 15 new accommodations by September.
Businesses that have borne the brunt of Covid-19 restrictions helped the economic recovery to accelerate in the UK during May, according to the latest Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker.
Latitude has confirmed it will become the first major festival to take place in the UK and in a powerful statement of intent, the festival continues to add world-class names to the bill.
Analysis from ABTA estimates that 195,000 people working in the UK travel industry have either lost their job or are at risk of losing their job due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The airline is adding three new UK airports to its domestic network, which includes launching operations from Belfast City Airport for the first time to London Gatwick.
Limits on the number of passengers permitted onboard cruise ships operating in UK waters will remain in place until at least the middle of next month.