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A CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL UPDATE ON THE BALEARIC ISLANDS
IT’S OFFICIAL: SPAIN HAS ANNOUNCED A FOUR-PHASE PLAN TO EASE CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS
Ryanair and EasyJet have announced to be resuming a percentage of flights from 1 July and 15 June, respectively. This is great news for British residents looking to travel to Spain, although the FCO travel advice still advises against all but essential international travel. Teletext Holidays is here to report on the current state of affairs in Spain, so you can make an informed decision about whether and when to travel.
WILL IT BE POSSIBLE TO TRAVEL TO GREECE THIS SUMMER
With various low cost airlines announcing they’ll start to resume some flights in June and July, Greece has also expressed its desire to reopen its borders to international tourists gradually from 1 July. Instead of going through an obligatory 14-day quarantine, tourists from the UK should prepare to be subjected to coronavirus testing.
IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL TO TURKEY NOW?: CORONAVIRUS UPDATES
With EasyJet and Ryanair looking to resume a number of flights in June/July, things appear to be looking up for tourism in Turkey, and the local authorities hope to be able to welcome British tourists again by the end of July or August. That said, the FCO travel advice for British residents hasn’t changed to date, and there are a number of factors to consider before taking the decision to go on holiday to Turkey.