Airlines like Easyjet have seen bookings soar overnight Ryanair flash sale for Brits Jet2 responds to quarantine-free holidays Travel expert urges Brits to book soon for a holiday Emma Coulthurst, from holiday price comparison site TravelSupermarket, said the rush for holidays had begun. Emma said 55 per cent of all bookings on the site during the past week (by Brits comparing prices and then booking with providers) were for July/August after recent changes to the green list that saw the addition of the Balearics, Madeira and Malta.
Travel experts have seen a surge in holiday bookings after green list additions and with the expected change to amber list quarantine rules The rush for a sunshine break in the Mediterranean has begun ahead of the expected change to amber list quarantine rules. And travel experts are warning that prices could go up when that announcement comes.
Tenerife, Crete and Majorca are the three most searched destinations for a package holiday ahead of a potential relaxing in quarantine restrictions Holiday bookings to popular island destinations have surged since the UK government suggested regional travel corridors may be established in the next review of the traffic light system.
‘People are wanting to treat themselves, when they can,’ says Emma Coulthurst of TravelSupermarket As prospective travellers and the travel industry wait to find out whether any new locations will be added to the “green list” for this summer, new figures show most holiday bookings are for 2022.
Prices for summer holidays to Portugal have plummeted after the country was removed from the government’s green list. The average cost of a summer break in Portugal, in July or August, fell by 64 per cent following last Thursday’s news, compared with the previous week.
HOLIDAYS to Portugal have plummeted in price after the country was added to the UK's amber list. Families wanting a holiday to the country during the school holidays can find seven-night deals as cheap as £180. Portugal was one of the few holiday destinations initially on the UK's green list, which saw thousands of Brits flock to the country.
Prices are spiking for flights to potential “green list” destinations after May 17, but package deals are still available British holidaymakers are on tenterhooks ahead of the Government’s announcement this afternoon which will reveal which destinations will be “green”, “red” and “amber” when the foreign holiday ban is lifted on May 17.
Selected European destinations are likely to be placed in the green category with the fewest test requirements Travel agents and tour operators predict a stampede of bookings once countries placed on the 'green' list of destinations is confirmed.Selected European destinations are likely to be placed in the green category with the fewest test requirements and holidaymakers are poised to snap up any bargains.
Greece and the Canary Islands are popular destinations - but there is movement towards the USA as well Many sunseekers are putting summer holidays on hold and searching for an autumn break in an attempt to beat any lingering Covid restrictions.October is the most popular month for potential bookings followed by September and July.