Sumary of Jet2, easyJet, TUI, British Airways and Ryanair updates amid latest amber list overhaul:
- From July 19, double-jabbed Britons have been able to travel to amber list countries without having to quarantine upon their return back to the UK. However, just days before the relaxed rule came into place, the Government announced plans to extend the amber list with a new “amber plus list”.
- “It continues: “Following the UK Government announcement about fully vaccinated travellers no longer having to self-isolate when returning to the UK from Amber List countries, we’ll be taking off to our Amber List destinations from July 19, 2021. Please check the travel requirements for your destination.
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- “For anyone wanting to travel internationally this summer, there is the government traffic light system,” explains easyJet on its website.
- “The airline says it is still operating flights and holidays to amber list travel for passengers who are “happy” to go ahead with their plans.
- “You’ll need to book a test package before you travel on holiday from one of the government’s approved list of providers.