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Foreign holiday bookings playing catch up after UK government indecision | Europe holidays

Foreign holiday bookings playing catch up after UK government indecision | Europe holidays

The “safe list” for holidays was finally announced by the government today, but previous uncertainty around proposed “air bridges” and “travel corridors”, and the delay in publishing the list has caused fury among tour operators, senior MPs and the first ministers of Wales and Scotland. Nicola Sturgeon, first minister of Scotland, criticised the government’s “shambolic” decision-making process. However, now that a decision has been made consumer confidence is expected to return and bookings to increase.

Many people have been hesitant to book a holiday abroad after mixed messages and delays from the government, and tour operators report seeing a high number of enquiries but few bookings.

Paul Charles, spokesperson for the Quash Quarantine campaign, said that despite travellers’ interest picking up, “bookings have been a disaster”. Although the campaign, backed by 500 tourism and hospitality companies, supports the government’s U-turn on a blanket quarantine, Charles said the damage is deep,

Foreign holiday bookings playing catch up after UK government indecision | Europe holidays

The “safe list” for holidays was finally announced by the government today, but previous uncertainty around proposed “air bridges” and “travel corridors”, and the delay in publishing the list has caused fury among tour operators, senior MPs and the first ministers of...

Can Britons book their summer holidays now? And other questions answered | Travel

The UK Foreign Office (FCO) has updated its travel advice to allow for non-essential travel to 59 countries and territories that it no longer deems high risk for British travellers. Holidays can go ahead to countries on the “safe list” from 10 July. Passengers (both...

Holidaymakers offered little or no coronavirus-related insurance | Travel insurance

Travellers booking last-minute getaways face the prospect of severely curtailed travel insurance cover – and in some cases no Covid-19 cover at all – this summer.Currently a relatively low number of insurers are willing to cover coronavirus-related medical claims,...