5million Britons have already booked summer holidays to ‘amber list’ countries this summer with flights now available for £5 as Boris Johnson’s muddled ministers couldn’t make their minds up about whether people are allowed to go

5million Britons have already booked summer holidays to ‘amber list’ countries this summer with flights now available for £5 as Boris Johnson’s muddled ministers couldn’t make their minds up about whether people are allowed to go.

To add to the uncertainty, the EU is expected to announce today that its member states will welcome fully-vaccinated Britons this summer without the need for virus tests or Live Draw Sydney quarantine – with the Prime Minister urging UK holidaymakers not to travel until he updates his own ‘green list’. 

Millions of Britons have already taken advantage of cheaper prices and booked to travel abroad to ‘amber list’ destinations this summer, Live Sydney with the majority planning to head to Spain, France, Greece and Italy, according to The Independent.

Ryanair today sought to cash in on the boom, offering £5 flights to ‘amber list’ destinations such as Barcelona, Dublin, Corfu, Berlin and dozens more cities and resorts across Europe through June, when the EU is expected to open up.

And it appears millions more have also taken advantage of flexible bookings offered by holiday companies to book a UK summer break at the same time, in case their foreign holiday is scuppered by covid.

With the EU set to open its borders to Brits, travel firms say that Boris Johnson will have to be clear on why he is insisting that people don’t go anywhere other than ‘green list’ Portugal in Europe.

Irene Hays, the boss of Hays Travel, said: ‘The British government will need to respond because the British people will know that, from Europe’s perspective, they’re allowed to travel there’,  adding inquiries about holidays in ‘amber list’ nations were up 177 per cent this week.  

As the Government was accused of dithering and a farrago of indecision, it also emerged today:   

More than 100 direct flights from India have landed in the UK since the covid-ravaged Asian country was placed on the Government’s banned list of countries last month.

This means that up to 8,000 travellers have flown in from the subcontinent despite concern over an Indian covid variant that threatens to undermine the easing of the national lockdown;Dirt cheap family holidays abroad on sale for just a few hundred pounds could end up costing travellers thousands because of huge extra fees for testing and quarantine;Border Force staff have said airlines should send employees to help reduce immigration queues after travellers faced three-hour waits to enter the UK – with red-list passengers unsegregated from others in the line at Heathrow;  Millions are taking a punt and have booked holidays to Amber List nations, especially in Europe, despite warnings not to fly out

Ryanair today sought to cash in on the boom, offering £5 flights to ‘amber list’ destinations such as Barcelona, Dublin, Corfu, Berlin and dozens more cities and resorts across Europe through June, Live Draw Sydney, Live Sydney when the EU is expected to open up.

A busy Heathrow terminal 2 arrivals, where the Indian passengers are escorted to awaiting coaches so the can be taken to quarantine hotels

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