The UK government has said that foreign holidays will be on the cards for Brits this summer, although it’s yet to reveal where (and when) we can go.
What we do know is that travel could restart from May 17 at the earliest under a traffic light system, with countries put on green, amber or red lists determining quarantine and testing rules when you’re back in the UK.
The green list is the most appealing because it doesn’t require you to self-isolate when you’re home, although we won’t know which destinations feature until ‘early May’.
Travel firms such as TUI, easyJet, British Airways and Jet2 are gearing up for the summer restart, although they have varying plans in terms of destinations and start dates.
We take a look at their latest holiday updates below…
TUI is looking to restart holidays from May 17 at the earliest, and has confirmed it will not offer any flights or packages to destinations that are on the red list.
For green and amber…