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MEET AND GREET RETURNS AT AIRPORT TERMINALS

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Quote: 'It is important from the point of view of spirit, of the exit from the pandemic situation and of the recovery of...

PCR Tests Set To Be Scrapped For Returning Vaccinated Travellers To...

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The UK government is reportedly set to end the need for fully vaccinated travellers to take expensive PCR Covid tests on return to the UK. According to discussions by government officials, PCR tests could soon be scrapped for fully-jabbed inbound travellers coming from green and amber list countries. It could take effect by next month, …

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Is Spain heading for UK red list?

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Quote: 'During July 1-21, 2,065 people arriving in Britain from Spain tested positive for Covid-19' By Andrew Atkinson Fears have risen that Spain could be...

MOJÁCAR:  A DESTINATION FOR A BREAK

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Mojácar Local Police have so far this high season filed a total of 76 reports based on a failure to comply with the Municipal...

UK Government caves in to Ex Pat pressure as need to...

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From 4am on Monday morning, anyone entering England from either the EU or the USA will no longer need to quarantine provided they can...

Europeans Face travel Issues as France and UK Overhaul Covid-19 Border...

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Europeans Face travel Issues as France and UK Overhaul Covid-19 Border Curbs Last-minute travel problems were faced by the Europeans on Saturday (July 17).  France and...

Get Set for a Safer Summer

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The summer months often increase risks when driving, not only from the road environment, but also from within the vehicle. Sometimes, especially in the hot weather, the temptation to “relax” a little too much is greater, which we often see manifesting as feet up on the dashboard for passengers, or arms, and sometimes legs, extended …

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All Aboard as cruises return to Alicante and Cartagena ports

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By Andrew Atkinson The Cruise ship Mein Schiff 2 docked in Cartagena port on June 19 after months of inactivity, due to Covid-19, with 900...

Alicante-Elche airport back on track

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Quote: 'It's been 10 months since we were last here. We missed Christmas, February and May' - Josie Harrison By Andrew Atkinson Alicante-Elche airport in...

Drunk teenager jailed after threat to shoot cabin crew on flight...

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A drunk teenager who threatened to shoot cabin crew on a passenger jet flight from Alicante-Elche - after being told to wear a face...

Flights into Alicante-Elche increase by 60%

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As restrictions fall, the El Altet air terminal will operate about a hundred flights this week, both arrivals and departures with different British airports,...

British tourists may travel to the Costa Blanca without PCR tests

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The Minister of Tourism, Reyes Maroto, has announced that starting next week, UK travellers arriving in Spain will no longer need to present proof...

Travelling to Sri Lanka: visa needed?

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Sri Lanka may have opened its borders, but travelling to the country comes with strict rules, such as having a valid visa. With...

Spain announce opening borders to all international visitors as early as...

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By Andrew Atkinson Spain has announced it will open its borders to all international visitors as early as June. Fernando Valdés, Spain’s tourism minister, said the...

The Costa Blanca jewel of Javea

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By Linda Bentley Less than 2 hours north (90 minutes on the motorway and 30 minutes going through small villages on scenic roads) you arrive...

Covid19 Travel: Do you need to apply for ESTA from the...

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The outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic has turned the global travel industry upside down. Not just the travel industry but the pandemic situation has...

Germany Here we Come

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One of the beauties of living on the continent of Europe, if you want to go travelling then there is no need to book...

HAPPY DAYS TO RETURN – WITHOUT FEAR

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Quote: 'We are missing our customers so much and can't wait to get back on the road with you' - David's Coach trips By...

Digital Vaccine Certificates available by June

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According to the Reuters News Agency, the foreign minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya said on Wednesday that Spain expects to introduce digital vaccine certificates to...

Dozens of people sent back to UK from Alicante for not...

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By Andrew Atkinson Dozens of people who flew into Alicante-Elche airport from Manchester Airport on Monday, 29 Marchto fly have been sent back home, allegedly...

Police impose almost 300 fines on unauthorised travellers into Community

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The Alicante airport and Train Station have become two important means of entry for people who are attempting to circumvent the border closure in...

Radio advertising campaign by Consell broadcast in Madrid

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Madrilenians told not to travel to Costa Blanca at Easter By Andrew Atkinson A radio advertising campaign by the Consell is being broadcast in Madrid...

Spain To Lift Entry Ban From UK On March 30th

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Spain will on March 30th lift restrictions on arrivals from Britain that have been in place since December to prevent the spread of new coronavirus strains, government spokeswoman Maria Jesus Montero said today, Tuesday. Passengers traveling to Spain from the UK will have to show a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before travel. Restrictions …

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Spain hopes number of foreign tourists return to half pre-pandemic levels

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By Andrew Atkinson Spain hopes the number of foreign tourists visiting the country can return this year to half pre-pandemic levels, Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto...

American Airlines Restarting Multiple Transatlantic Routes Including Madrid And Barcelona

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In encouraging news for international travel, American Airlines is increasing its Summer schedule by restarting ten routes to the US from airports in the UK and Europe. These include flights from major travel hubs including Barcelona El Prat, Dublin, Frankfurt, London Heathrow, Madrid Barajas, Milan Malpensa, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Rome Fiumicino. As part …

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Vaccinated Brits could spend £10b – if Spain introduces Vaccine Passport...

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By Andrew Atkinson Vaccinated Britons could spend over £10billion if Spain introduces a Vaccine Passport Scheme for the 2021 summer. Travel remains banned to and from...

Ryanair Adds New Greece Routes

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With UK travellers welcome in Greece from mid-May, demand for summer holidays has spiked. Ryanair hopes to meet that demand, and announced three new Greece routes set to begin on 1 July, as well as extra frequencies on other sunshine routes to Greece. The budget airline is launching flights from Stansted Airport to Santorini, Zakynthos …

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France Eases Travel Restrictions From The UK And Six Other Countries

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France is easing restrictions on travel to and from seven non-EU countries, including the UK. France placed restrictions on non-essential travel outside the EU at the end of January due to the emergence of Covid-19 variants. Now travel is allowed to and from Australia, Israel, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, New Zealand, as well as the …

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Heathrow Airport Boss Bemoans ‘Unacceptable’ Hours-Long Border Queues

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Heathrow Airport CEO Emma Gilthorpe told MPs the wait for processing at border points is at an ‘unacceptable level’ with waits of up to six hours. Gilthorpe told the Home Affairs Select Committee ‘the level of complexity of the processes’ is causing huge bottlenecks. Due to specific protocols, all of Heathrow’s self-service e-gates at passport …

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Ministers Urged To Stick To May 17 Deadline For Restarting International...

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Ministers are being urged to maintain the May 17 deadline for the resumption of international travel as laid out in the government’s Covid-19 roadmap. A delay to the restart date will see airlines and airports continue to suffer, the government has been warned. MPs on the Commons transport committee said that the initial target date …

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