A source from the Spanish government has told Reuters there will not be a special “travel corridor” for Britons travelling to the country. The source made the claims after a UK tourism lobby group said corridors allowing unrestricted movement with a number of countries would open from June 29.
The German tourists will fly to the Balearic Islands from June 15, two weeks before the country reopens its borders, to test how to restart tourism.
The current UK quarantine means that travellers entering the county after foreign travel will need to self-isolate for 14 days.
These measures are thought to help stem the spread of coronavirus.
However, some “safe” airports might see Britons exempted from the rules around the world if travelling on holiday.
Published at Tue, 09 Jun 2020 13:50:00 +0000