July 19, 2024

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European airlines are advancing UK with the flexibility of travel through Investing.com

European airlines are advancing UK with the flexibility of travel through Investing.com

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War Trinamool Tripathi

Investing.com – European carriers’ ATRs traded higher on Friday, following a significant easing of UK entry requirements.

The ATRs of EasyJet (OTC 🙂 and British Airways owner IAG (OTC 🙂 traded up 5.8% and 4.6%, respectively. Deutsche Lufthansa (OTC 🙂 ADRs are up 2.1%, while Ryanair (NASDAQ 🙂 (SA 🙂 ADRs are up 0.4%.

As of October 4, fully vaccinated travelers from Europe, the United States, Australia and many other countries will be able to enter the area without the need for isolation or testing.

Fully vaccinated citizens can pay for a quick test that is much cheaper but less sensitive, which can be done quickly at home, the BBC report says.

Yellow and green lists of countries are attached. This would allow Britain to travel to other countries without isolating them with two doses of the vaccine. The red category on the list, the countries that the British government advises against visiting, is abbreviated.

Those coming from the red list countries must book a two-day Govt test, which should be taken upon arrival in the UK. Passengers traveling from any country not mentioned in the lists will be considered unvaccinated and fully vaccinated.

The new rules are aimed at allowing more people to travel by reducing testing and costs for citizens, Transport Secretary Grant Shops told the BBC.

A person who has a positive result after a quick test will be asked to take a second PCR test at a laboratory paid for by the English National Health Service.

Restrictions were relaxed in anticipation of breaks in late October to stimulate tourism.

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