The UK is preparing air corridors for tourism purposes. Romania is not on the list for 2020!

The UK is preparing air corridors for tourism purposes. Romania is not on the list for 2020!

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Next week, the authorities in The UK will announce the first green aerial colors for tourism purposes. The British could travel safely on holiday from 4 July.

Boris Johnson will meet with First Secretary Dominic Raab and Transport Secretary Grant Shapps to finalize the details of the tourist air corridors, which will allow the British to go on holiday and return without he is still in isolation.

The UK is preparing tourist air corridors

Industry sources expect the British to be able to start flights abroad from July 4, and the list should include up to 50 countries.

But on return, passengers will fill out a quarantine form, even if there will be no obligation to isolate themselves on return from countries considered at low risk of infection.

According to sources, the United Kingdom will sign agreements with France, Italy, Spain, as well as with other European countries. Unfortunately, at this moment, there is no information about such an agreement with Romania. Maybe because our country is not in the top of the tourist preferences of the British.

The UK is preparing the green air corridors

Germany, Austria, Greece, Belgium, the Netherlands, Gibraltar, Bermuda and possibly Portugal will complete the first list of safe countries. Greece is open to the British and will be waiting for them from July. But the final decision will be made by the London authorities.

According thesun.co.uk, in August, the United Kingdom will prepare the green air corridors to countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Turkey or Canada. Towards the end of the year, the United Kingdom will open the green air corridors for tourist purposes to the USA, Latin America or Mexico.

We will return with the official information, after signing the agreements!

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