Jet2, Tui, easyjet and Ryanair are the latest travel advice issued for Mallorca, Madeira, Sicily and the Canary Islands
Travel advice for passengers traveling to Mallorca, Madeira, Sicily and the Canary Islands has been updated.
Madeira is currently on the green list although mainland Portugal remains on the orange list along with the Balearic Islands and Sicily.
In just a few days, Transportation Secretary Grant Shapps will notify vacationers and airlines of any changes to the Green, Orange and Red travel lists.
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An announcement is expected in the House of Commons on Wednesday or Thursday of this week, with the changes taking effect the following Monday.
This could prove problematic for some families looking for a late-night getaway before school returns the following week after summer vacation.
Knowing where we can and can’t go, as well as the demands of self-isolation and testing, can be quite difficult to master.
Some of the most popular vacation destinations have landed on the Amber and Red Lists in recent months, so you need to know where is.
Here are the latest travel tips for some of Europe’s most popular vacation destinations, MyLondon reports
Although mainland Portugal is on the Orange List, Madeira Island is on the Green List.
If you are traveling to the UK from a Green List country, you must take a Covid test, which you must pass within three days before your trip to England.
You must book and pay for a second day Covid test – to be taken after you arrive in England, in addition to the passenger tracking form.
Canary Islands, Mallorca and Sicily
The Balearic Islands and Sicily, as well as Spain and Italy end up on the Orange List – where the rules are slightly stricter.
If you are entering the UK from an Amber List country, you must take a Covid test which you must pass within three days before your trip to England.
You must also book and pay for the Covid tests you take after you arrive in England, as well as complete a passenger locator form.
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