Since Monday, the British who come to Spain to spend their holidays and are vaccinated should not keep quarantine around, as agreed by the government of their country, which has triggered reserves to fly to Spain from there by 400%.
The Government of the United Kingdom maintains all Spain at amber traffic light, which means that when returning to your country you should do quarantine, but it has exempt from this obligation to those who have received the full vaccination pattern, although they should undergo two tests of Detection of the Covid, before and after the trip.
Since the United Kingdom announced the lifting of this quarantine, reserves have increased by 400%, although they left from very low levels, said sources of the Airline Association (ALA).
Airlines, Ryanair and Easyjet, among others, have increased frequencies and capacities with the United Kingdom, although also with other important issuers, such as Germany, in anticipation that a retracted demand is encouraged by increasing contagions, which had caused cancellations and Falls of reservations in various areas of the country.
This last Friday London announced that travelers who return to England from France should continue to keep a ten-day quarantine even if they are totally vaccinated, against their initial decision to allow them to enter without the need to isolate themselves. At the moment, it only affects France.
The evolution of British tourism is key to numbers in Spain, because it is the first tourist issuer, with more than 18 million tickets in 2019, which is now up restrictions to come if they are vaccinated (about 35 million of Citizens).Date Of Update: 25 July 2021, 06:41