How ready are you for a holiday abroad? The arguments for and against hopping on a plane

how ready are you for a holiday abroad the arguments for and against hopping on a plane

Whisper it: we *might* actually get to fly somewhere warm and sunny this summer.

Senior scientific adviser Professor Neil Ferguson from Imperial College London has said if Covid-19 cases in Europe can be driven down to UK levels, holidays might just be possible (although he hasn’t personally booked flights just yet).

Meanwhile, the EU is proposing “to allow entry to the EU for non-essential reasons not only for all persons coming from countries with a good epidemiological situation, but also all people who have received the last recommended dose of an EU-authorised vaccine”.

Caution is understandably the watchword right now, but hope is increasingly in the air for many. Though some are committed to holidaying at home from here on out…

Ella Walker is all for jumping on a flight as soon as possible

I haven’t reached the stage of sobbing over old holiday photos just yet. The thought of being masked up and stuck in a tin can in the sky for a few hours certainly doesn’t make my knees weak with longing. While grappling with airline websites, tracking down Covid-secure travel insurance and the threat of quarantine hotels (financial ruin, all for a week in flip-flops) are exhausting to consider, let alone sort…

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