The travel firms say the sector contributed a staggering £200billion to the UK economy last year – around nine percent of the UK’s GDP – meaning that the rules could have a devastating economic impact on the country.
Despite the quarantine, though, UK airlines have pushed forward with plans to take to the skies throughout July.
Jet2 and Jet2holidays have announced plans to return to flying in July, with flights and holidays anticipated from July 1.
easyJet has announced its plans to resume services from June 15, though routes will be mostly domestic to begin with.
Published at Thu, 28 May 2020 13:27:00 +0000