UK news Ryanair lists 22 holiday destinations it will fly to from May 17 last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- People in England can travel internationally for leisure from Monday, May 17
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! May 17 will see England’s roadmap out of lockdown reach its third step, meaning that restrictions on international travel will be loosened. It means that travel abroad for holidays can resume and the UK Government is introducing a traffic light system to coordinate travel restrictions. Different levels of restrictions will be applied to individuals returning to England from countries based on the traffic light system set out by the Global Travel Taskforce. Only 12 countries have been placed on the green list so far, however, the government has said that it will be reviewed every three weeks. If passengers have visited a green list country, they will not need to quarantine unless they test positive for coronavirus on their return to the UK from 4pm on May 17, when lockdown restrictions are set to ease. Countries currently on the green list include New Zealand, Australia and Singapore. North Wales Live reports that, with holidays set to return this summer, the Ryanair website reveals the locations that the airline is offering flights to, from May 17 onwards. Specifically looking at destinations in Portugal, Greece, and Spain, including the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands, which are often popular in summer. It's important to note that these are simply flights that are currently on sale from next week and therefore restrictions may apply. Travel may not be possible, for various reasons, though these flights are scheduled from airports such as Manchester. Travel restrictions can change at short notice but the UK Government has said that Portugal will be 'green' from Monday, with Greece and Spain classified as 'amber.' Travel is expected to be permitted to them all.
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Figures in the travel industry have speculated that Portugal and Greece will allow holidaymakers into the countries from later this month. Spain was initially said to allow British tourists from June, though more recent reports suggest it could be even earlier. So although some flights may be available this month, if you're travelling for leisure, it's possible that you won't be able to go there straight away, if such destinations still have restrictions on international visitors. The available destinations we found online however are an indicator of where Ryanair expects to fly to in the coming weeks. The following information is subject to change and to travel restrictions. Its website shows that flights will resume, or continue, to the following destinations abroad from May 17: Alicante Barcelona Lanzarote Malaga Murcia International Palma de Mallorca Tenerife Faro Porto Lisbon Chania Corfu As stated, this doesn't necessarily mean you'll be able to go on holiday to Malaga, for example, next week.
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