INTERNATIONAL TRAVELING IS BANNED UNTIL 17 MAY

International travel will be banned at least until May 17, the Prime Minister said.

Boris Johnson outlined a road map that was not in Parliament this afternoon, saying that recreational trips abroad could not resume until May at the earliest, along with the resumption of hotels and inns in Britain.

Holiday travel at home and abroad has been banned since early January.

Travel is now permitted under strict circumstances, including for business and compassionate reasons, and the government has repeatedly warned people that the holidays are illegal.

The indicative opening date follows weeks of industry speculation about when international travel will be allowed again. Many tourism industry leaders have asked the government for further clarity, including Abta, the British Association of Travel Agencies, which issued an open letter to the government this morning.

Hoteliers and organizations like Butlins and Center Parcs will be surprised that their recovery has so far been drawn. Until the Prime Minister’s announcement, they were selling a holiday which was due to start on March 8.

Instead, they have to wait the full 10 weeks to May 17 each day, which means more losses and less work. Hundreds of offshore holiday companies who survive a year without significant income travel on May 1, the traditional start of the main rental season in the Mediterranean.

Instead, they have to wait the full 10 weeks to May 17 each day, which means more losses and less work. Hundreds of offshore holiday companies who survive a year without significant income travel on May 1, the traditional start of the main rental season in the Mediterranean.

“The news will give consumers much-needed confidence that travel will reopen. We know there are pending travel requests and easyJet is ready to upgrade flights as international travel continues to make our customers friends.” And family or in the long-awaited time. this summer vacation. “

Sean Doyle, CEO of British Airways, said: “It is very important for us to find a way to continue our journey and we are pleased that the government has acknowledged it.

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