LONDON, Feb.23 (Reuters) – EasyJet said flight bookings jumped more than 300% and holiday bookings jumped more than 600% week on week, after Britain planned the restart international travel, suggesting that the borders could reopen from mid-May. The British airline said travel from the UK to seaside destinations such as Malaga, Alicante and Palma in Spain, Faro in Portugal and Crete, Greece were the most popular destinations with the most eager holidaymakers. to travel in August. Reservations have come about despite continued uncertainty over how and when to reopen international routes. Vacationers will know more on April 12, when the government publishes a travel review. He said a lockdown ban on most international travel will remain until at least May 17. Britain’s vaccination plan is progressing rapidly and more than 17.7 million people, or a quarter of the population, have already received a first dose of the vaccine. hopes desperate airlines and travel agents to start generating revenue after pandemic restrictions that the UK can lift holiday bans and quarantine restrictions and allow travel from mid-May Governments foreigners must also agree that UK holidaymakers can visit without the need for quarantine. Currently, France and Spain, for example, have closed their borders to the British due to new variants of the coronavirus. (Report by Sarah Young, edited by Paul Sandle).
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