'Small number' of air bridges expected to be in place for July
Deals for air bridges with a “small number” of countries with low Covid-19 levels are expected to be announced on June 29."
Welsh tourism given three-week reopening notice
Welsh first minister Mark Drakeford has given the country’s tourism industry a three-week reopening notice, providing conditions allow.
Cornwall tourism estimates £630m lockdown loss and 29,200 jobs at risk
Cornwall Council has said the impact of lockdown on tourism in the county could amount to £630m in losses, and suggested more than 29,000 jobs are at risk.
Industry faces ‘valley of death’ as tourism restarts
Destination hotels face “a valley of death” as tourism restarts and they await guest payments, a senior industry analyst has warned."
Domestic bookings on the rise as holidaymakers choose staycations
After months spent confined within their homes, but with no guarantees of how or when travel guidelines will be lifted, many people are looking to staycation bookings in a bid to ensure a 2020 holiday of some kind.
Air bridge assurance triggers suspension of quarantine legal threat
The Quash Quarantine group is holding off the threat of legal action after being assured that air bridges to low-risk countries will be introduced from the end of the month.