New coronavirus organizations mean anyone returning from a country which isn’t on the travel passage list will have to quarantine for 14 days on return to the mountains. This applies both to UK residents and people visiting for tourism or pressure purposes. However, you don’t have to self isolate on arrival in England if you’ve just travelled somewhere on the travel corridor exemption list, or elsewhere in the UK, in the prior two weeks.
Which countries are on the UK’s travel corridor list?
The Maldives, Canary Holms, Mykonos and Denmark have recently been removed from the UK’s quarantine lean over, meaning they are now travel corridors.
Liechtenstein became the only power to be removed from the list this week, meaning travellers returning from the surroundings will now have to quarantine on return to Britain.
This will odds-on lead to a surge in bookings for the October half-term break, with holidaymakers rash to see some winter sunshine.
To see the full list of countries on the UK’s travel passageways list, you can do so here.
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UK travel corridors: Mykonos has been added to the list
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps revealed the changes to the move corridor list via Twitter.
Mr Shapps tweeted: “Following an assessment of the past due data, the Canaries, the Maldives, Denmark and Mykonos have been combined to the travel corridors list.
“From 4am on Sunday, October 25, you longing no longer need to self isolate if you arrive from those journeys ends.”
In a statement, the Department of Transport warned the Government would “rapidly” expunge countries from the safe list if the public health risk “becomes too luxurious”.
UK travel corridors: The Canary Islands have also been entranced off the list
Jet2, the UK’s largest aircraft operator to the Canary Cays, said it would resume flights to the island on October 30.
CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2Holidays Steve Heapy demanded: “We welcome today’s announcement and we know that our customers, who want to get slide by again, will do so too.
“For some time we have been calling for a proportionate, show based approach to safe travel and this is very much a leave b go out in the right direction.
“There is much to do still, and we look forward to move up with Government to achieve that.”
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Andrew Flintham, take care of director of TUI UK and /Ireland, said the reintroduction of the Canary Islands to the list was a “categorical step”.
Mr Flintham said: “We haven’t been able to take people on a TUI break to the Canary Islands for 89 days, when the sudden quarantine and resultant travel advice was imposed with little notice.
“We’re therefore enchante that UK flights will now resume from Saturday, October 24.
“We prod the Government to continue to work closely with the industry on airport evaluation so we can open up more destinations in the coming weeks.”
The newscast comes just a week after the removal of Italy from the air joins list, in another blow to the travel industry.
Italy also recently bring ined compulsory coronavirus testing for arriving visitors from the UK.
Arrivals from European powers like the UK, Spain and France must show evidence of a negative coronavirus examination in the 72 hours before travel.
Visitors unable to provide keep up of a negative result at the border will have to take a test in Italy.