Sumary of U.S./U.K. Travel: Reports Of Travel Bubbles Opening Soon:
- Additionally, the CEO of Qantas has told news channels that he believes the vaccine rollout success in both the U.S..
- as Qantas Airline CEO Alan Joyce told reporters in Australia that the widespread vaccination in both countries means that Qantas will restart sooner to these two markets than other locations in the southern hemisphere, such as Singapore..
- In the U.K., The Sun reported that the airline industry widely believes that a bilateral agreement is on the cards for Monday 7 June..
- This would be wonderful news to transatlantic airline carriers who had been heavily pushing for a late May or early June deadline for lifting the travel ban between the two countries, ideally before President Biden travels to the G7 summit in Cornwall, England in early June..
- The Guardian reported that airlines and industry professionals had been lobbying the expansion of safe list countries, claiming the U.K..
- and British Airways said, “this can’t happen soon enough to help our two low-risk countries with world-leading vaccination programmes get back to normal.”…