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Grant Shapps will simplify international travel yet keep people safe

Travel companies and the UK’s biggest airports guaranteed a simpler and more affordable set of controls that would give people the courage to travel abroad again.

Grant Shapps will simplify international travel yet keep people safe

Grant Shapps tweeted on Friday that he will publish some rules to simplify international and cut costs later. The Transport Secretary wrote on Twitter that he will set out measures to simplify international travel later today to decrease costs, take the benefit of higher levels of vaccination, and keep us all secured.

Grant Shapps will simplify international travel yet keep people safe

With those measures, travelling will be cheaper and easier for the doubled-vaccinated. Of course, it is under long-awaited examination of Covid rules.

Because of the announcement, this morning OnTheBeach was fly high to 6.3 per cent in trading, TUI’s package holiday increased by 3.7 per cent, and British Airways owner IAG was higher by 3.5 per cent.

Shapps was anticipated to announces new travel rules

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps was anticipated to announce some rules. They are the green and amber list of countries that will be merged to form a “go” group and “no go” category, separate rules for the double-jabbed and the unvaccinated, a condition to take a costly PCR and another PCR tests rules, lateral flow test rules, and also significantly decreased the red lists.

Ministers met this morning to settle the overhaul with Environment Secretary George Eustice. It is giving the option that there could be last-minute changes.

Travel industry has great reaction to the simplify travel measurement

Travel companies and the UK’s biggest airports guaranteed a simpler and more affordable set of controls that would give people the courage to travel abroad again.

Emma Gilthorpe, Heathrow chief operating officer, responded. “It will be wonderful news if the Government streamlines the travel rules to enable us to unlock more routes safely.”

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