Cyprus will be from 1 Reopened to tourists fully vaccinated against Covid-19 on May 25th, and Seychelles will be open again from May 25th March welcome all visitors regardless of their vaccination status

British vacationers are the largest visitor market to Cyprus and it is the first European country to confirm it will waive other restrictions on British people who have received both doses of an approved vaccine The 17th However, May is the earliest time UK travelers are allowed to go on vacation abroad, as per the government roadmap

“We have notified the UK government that as of Jan. May will facilitate the arrival of vaccinated UK nationals so they can visit Cyprus without a negative test or quarantine, “the country’s deputy tourism minister, Savvas Perdios, told the Cypriot news agency
Sun-seeking Brits will also find hope in Seychelles’ announcement that quarantine requirements for all visitors (except those from South Africa) will be lifted later this month, with a negative PCR test being performed within 72 hours of the entry requirement / P>

Sylvestre Radegonde, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Tourism of Seychelles, said on Thursday: “The announced measures largely reflect the recommendation of our tourism partners and have been carried out in full consultation with and with the consent of our health authoritiesâ ????

With hope in the air, airlines and operators speak more positively and with an honesty and candor never seen before, writes Nick Trend, who has spoken to tour operators

Persons who from Monday the 8th March 1st, traveling overseas from England will need to carry a new form stating that their travel is permitted under current home stay restrictions, the Department of Transportation has confirmed

The carriers are legally obliged to declare on their website that the form must be filled in before the start of the journey

Transport companies also check that the forms have been filled out before boarding. Passengers without a completed form may not be able to use the service they have booked

Anyone found by the police to be attempting to travel internationally for reasons currently not allowed will be asked to return home and at risk of being for breaking the rules receives a fixed penalty for staying at home These fines start at £ 200 and can go up to 6£ 400 is

Kratinos Socratous, director of sales and marketing at Parklane, a luxury collection resort at the & Spa, said he was “pleased” to hear that Cyprus will be released from Jan. May welcome vaccinated British tourists

Those of us who patiently respond to the 12th Waiting April, when England holidays are (hopefully) allowed again, might want to book a trip to some of the country’s top attractions Alton Towers and Stonehenge are among those ready to welcome visitors

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The German airline Eurowings will enter the UK market as interest in flights between the UK and Mallorca has increased following the UK government’s publication of the timetable from the restricted area

The airline will be flying from Manchester and Birmingham to Mallorca from the end of May, initially twice a week from both airports. It could expand this offer in the coming weeks

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Oil and gas industry workers who work overseas have stated that they have been “completely forgotten” by UK hotel quarantine rules because they cannot see their families

Gary Douglass from Sunderland is virtually unable to come home to see his family

51-year-old Douglass would have to be quarantined in a hotel for 10 days on his return to the UK The price is £ 1750

“I’m pretty disappointed to be honest,” he told PA News Agency. “If it were 12 months ago I could accept it, but the UAE and most other countries put restrictions there and then, and the UK stayed open

“So why are you putting all these restrictions in place 12 months later? We have been completely forgotten”

A spokesman for the Department of Health and Welfare said: “We recognize the impact restrictions are having on many people and appreciate the continued efforts of the public to comply with the rules and help us fight this global pandemic “

Cruise ships plan to return to UK waters, but Channel Island bans passengers until 2022

Officials in Thailand are currently examining the possibility of vaccine certificates by order of Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha

The local tourism industry is keen to stimulate the highly competitive sector by starting from 1 July ended quarantine for vaccinated tourists and launched a campaign called #OpenThailandSafely However, neither a vaccination record nor a date has been confirmed

In particular, the campaign highlighted the benefits of welcoming tourists from countries such as the UK and US, where many people have already been vaccinated

If the past year of home education has taught parents anything, not all classrooms are four walls Judith Woods was certainly reminded that life’s most precious lessons were not learned how to sit upright at a desk or how to do it in the 21st Repeated century: hanging in bed with a laptop and drawing the curtains

Portugal hopes that from 17 May welcome British visitors, the country’s Minister of Tourism, Rita Marques, told the BBC

Portugal is currently on the UK Hotel Quarantine Red List Read our guide to traveling to Portugal

If the rules allow, why not flee to the coast and go to a campsite by the sea? We have suggestions from Cornwall to Scotland including:

Bryher Campsite has lovely salty views of Hangman Island and Tresco, but it’s relatively sheltered due to its location between two hills. During the summer, if the weather is right, Bryher can feel like an out-of-world paradise, with a lovely sandy beach in Green Bay and a quieter bay in Rushy Bay for swimming. Facilities include toilets and sinks with coin-operated showers, hairdryers, washing machines, and tumble dryers. There are also fully equipped bell tents with kitchens and air mattresses to rent; 65 pounds a night for four, 52 pounds for two
Where to Eat: If you’re looking for a cozy pub, try Fraggle Rock However, when you get tired of cooking around the campfire, indulge in local seafood at the Hell Bay Hotel’s outdoor bar

Flight search engine Skyscanner has seen a decrease in searches for trips to Greece over the past week

British people looking to book a vacation for later this year ???? Especially those on their way to getting two cans by May may now take a closer look at Traveling to Cyprus Thomas Cook has some suggestions:

Stay at the Stephanos Hotel Apartments in Polis north of Paphos for a week. The rooms are simple and traditional with a small kitchen area and the hotel has its own pool and bar

Enjoy a week long room only in the rural Leonidas Village Houses in the village of Goudi, about half an hour outside of Paphos. Charming, rustic Bolthole has a pool and kitchen in every room

Saga has written to all customers booked on cruises and holidays that they will delay their return to operations in light of the government’s lockdown-exit strategy, Benjamin Parker reports

Saga Holidays will open on Nov. May return, more than two weeks after the scheduled return on May 1 May, while cruises are not made until May 27 The decision means that the first cruise of the new ship Spirit of Adventure, which originally started on June 4, will be back almost two months later than originally planned May should start, now until 26 July was postponed

A Saga spokesperson said, “The health and safety of our guests and crew is our top priority Throughout the pandemic, we have all made choices about her wellbeing “

In January, Saga became the first cruise line to announce that all passengers must be fully vaccinated to sail

If all is well, many UK hotels will be closed on May 17 May finally open their doors. With some favorites already booked and others not yet having a confirmed return flight date, travelers looking to escape will look for alternatives

Emma Beaumont has picked five top spots to ensure the return of hotels in style

Hampshire’s forward-looking Heckfield Place property has limited space for the third week of May Try Thyme in the Cotswolds instead. There’s a lot to discover in the self-proclaimed “village within a village,” which includes a manor, pub, restaurant and cooking school, and extensive grounds. This summer the hotel is distributing picnic blankets with it guests can enjoy a glass of rose in the orchard before sitting down for dinner.The heated spring water pool will be back on, as will the Meadow Spa’s five treatment rooms.If you just can’t wait until then, there are a number of on the property Self-catering cottages opening on Dec. April to be reopened

In the last few months it has gone from a hypothetical to near sufficient certainty that vaccination records will be the key to opening up our vacations in the post-lockdown period

A variety of countries have outlined plans to accept proof of vaccination so that vacationers can travel unrestrictedly this summer

However, the Seychelles have jointly confirmed with Greece that they will be open to visitors who have not yet received both

A confirmed reopening date for Seychelles tourism is a boon for long haul operators. Greetings include Tropical Sky Holidays

Savings of £ 350 per person on a 10 day island hopping route combining Mahe, La Digue and Praslin and staying in a choice of 4 star hotels with this offer starting at £ 2249 per person, based on two splits for departures in September 2021, including international flights to Mahe, transfers and ten nights with mixed meals

“After confirmation of the severity of the data security incident on 24 In February 2021, SITA immediately took action to contact affected SITA PSS customers and all related organizations, “said a statement from SITA

“We recognize that the Covid-19 pandemic is raising concerns about security threats, and at the same time cybercriminals have become more sophisticated and active This was a sophisticated attack”

Sita informed Malaysia Airlines, Finnair and Jeju Air that passengers may be affected by the violation.Air New Zealand was also affected and its customers were informed.Other Star Alliance member airlines are United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Swiss, SAS and Croatia Airlines

While current UK restrictions still prohibit most international travel, the Prime Minister’s timetable states that this ban will end about two weeks later on Nov. May be lifted (assuming everything goes according to schedule), making Cyprus one of the few potentially viable foreign vacation options this summer

The country will be from 25 Open to the British again in March regardless of their vaccination status (although we’ll have to wait for foreign holidays to be allowed again)

Michelle Jana Chan visited last year and found the Indian Ocean nation to be ideal for a family getaway

Etihad Airways, based in Abu Dhabi, continues to aim for a profit return for 2023 after a loss of USD 1 billion for 2020

Passenger traffic fell 76 percent to 42 million and annual operating income fell 52 percent to $ 2.7 billion

It is the airline’s fifth consecutive annual loss as it has spent large sums of money competing for market share with Gulf rivals Emirates and Qatar Airways

Like the food and culture of this Mediterranean island state, it is an amalgamation of influences that have passed in this way over the last millennium, writes Juliet Rix

If you have 46 days and 21With £ 000 left, you now have the option to check off seven European rivers in one epic bucket list vacation, reports Dave Monk

AmaWaterways has unveiled a brand new voyage that will sail on four ships through 14 countries June 2023 leaves Paris After seven nights on the Seine, travelers take a TGV to Lyon to sail along the Rhône and Saône

You go to Basel in Switzerland and spend three weeks on the Rhine to Amsterdam Then they sail along the Rhine and Moselle back to Luxembourg. They continue along the Main to Nuremberg to spend the rest of the cruise on the Danube to Budapest and as far as Romania and Bulgaria

Rwa Schreiner, President of AwaWaterways, said at a CLIA virtual river conference: “We put this together because ocean cruises sell like hot cakes. Even without making it known to the public, there have been so many previous guests signed up for us to look at a second or even third cruise now a ???? The itinerary costs from £ 21061 per person Further details of the trip will be published shortly

The nation of the Indian Ocean is expected to start on Jan. Open to visitors again in March, and the British may be thinking about when we can travel again

Paula Hardy suggests that it’s a place where social distancing is more of a pleasure than a pain

Bird is an oasis for thousands of terns and frigate birds and the island of nature. Are there any bells and whistles here? No spa, no air conditioning, no golf buggies? Just a rustic safari-style lodge and unforgettable guided hikes with the resident island protector.Bird’s 24 detached chalets are large, with shaded terraces and simple furnishings, four-poster beds are protected by mosquito nets, and louvre shutters on all sides allow the Indian Ocean breeze to take over the cooling, supported by ceiling fans. Food is only served at set meal times and is eaten in the restaurant of the communal lodge house

Ryanair has announced that it will resume flights from Belfast City Airport after an 11 year hiatus

Between June and October there are flights to and from eight destinations in mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands and Italy

The airline offers up to seven flights per week to each of the following destinations:

The region’s international travel insurance for non-resident travelers is valid until December 31 December The cover contains:

Juan MarÃn, Vice President of the Regional Government of Andalusia and Minister for Tourism, said: “The introduction of International Travel Insurance for Andalusia has cemented our willingness to welcome tourists back in. Hospitality and tourism are vital to the local economy of Andalusia and the UK is for us an important source market Hence we can say with confidence that we are able to welcome our UK visitors back “

The majority of passengers whose flights were canceled during the pandemic have now been reimbursed, according to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)

More than 95 percent of the refunds have now been paid to 20 million passengers whose flights were canceled during the Covid crisis, confirmed Richard Moriarty, managing director of the CAA. The refunds totaled more than 3 billion GBP

Speaking to MPs on the Transport Selection Committee Wednesday, Mr Moriarty said many of the major airlines are now being reimbursed 100 percent or 99 percent. He said some refunds were “less straightforward: due to issues like bookings through a Online travel agency

The government should scrap the travel corridor regime that oversaw the holidays last summer and replace it with broader, stricter screening of passengers, according to the Save Our Summer campaign

Nine out of ten respondents in a new SOS survey of almost 400 of the travel agencies that support the campaign said they don’t want to make the same agreements this summer, reports travel publication TTG

The government’s travel corridor regime caused disruption to passengers and travel companies as countries were moved and often taken on and off the list at short notice

The Seychelles have announced that from 25 March 2021 to welcome visitors from all over the world regardless of their vaccination status

The cost of stays could be a third higher this year as British tourists want their first post-pandemic vacation

A snapshot of the consumer group Which? showed that vacation rental costs in some of the UK’s most popular seaside resorts had risen by an average of a third, while some had risen even higher

There have been warnings that given the many overseas holidays this summer, there is unprecedented demand for travel to the UK, driving up prices

The which? Research tracked the prices of 15 vacation rentals listed on Airbnb and Vrbo for last summer when they booked in May and June and compared them to the amount charged in February for that summer

It found that the price of a rental in Brighton had increased 140 percent from £ 53 a night to £ 127, with an average increase of 35 percent

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