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- What should I do if I travel abroad from England?
- What are the rules for travel to the United Kingdom?
- Is the UK travel sector back?
- What do I need to do when I arrive back in England?
- Is the UK’s travel&tourism sector recovering?
- Is Britains travel industry heading for a new wave of job cuts?
- What does the UK’s new framework mean for the travel industry?
- Why visit the UK this year?
What should I do if I travel abroad from England?
If you travel abroad from England, there are actions you need to take: There is separate guidance for people who live in another country on how to travel to England. Before you travel abroad, you need to check the entry rules for the country you want to go to. You should check foreign travel advice to find out if:
What are the rules for travel to the United Kingdom?
There are separate rules ...... Must be valid for the duration of your stay in the United Kingdom (At least six months remaining validity is required for onward travel to many other countries) Not required for stays less than six months.
Is the UK travel sector back?
Today’s announcement sends a clear message to the world – the UK travel sector is back. With travellers returning to the UK no longer burdened by unnecessary forms and testing requirements, we can now look forward to the return to pre-COVID normality throughout the travel experience.
What do I need to do when I arrive back in England?
Check the red, amber, green list rules to find out what you need to do when you arrive back in England. Complete your passenger locator form - any time in the 48 hours before you arrive in England. You will need to find a test provider for your pre-departure test.
Is the UK’s travel&tourism sector recovering?
New data from the World Travel & Tourism Council ( WTTC) shows the UK’s Travel & Tourism sector is recovering, with the country’s GDP predicted to rise to £192 billion, just 19% below pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022.
Is Britains travel industry heading for a new wave of job cuts?
LONDON, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Britains travel sector is bracing for a new wave of job cuts, with an industry trade body saying that more than two thirds of its members were planning to make redundancies shortly due to the governments restrictive holiday rules.
What does the UK’s new framework mean for the travel industry?
The framework set out today is intended to be one that will last. It aims to provide stability for travellers and the travel industry throughout 2022, ensuring the UK remains one of the best places in the world to do business.
Why visit the UK this year?
This year’s landmark events including HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, the Commonwealth Games and the ground-breaking ‘Unboxed’ events across the UK, set to be global tourism draws, also present exciting and timely opportunities to highlight experiences that visitors can only have here, and to promote our warm welcome and creativity to the world.