Britain’s economy will lose £18 BILION if international travel restrictions remain in place

Britain’s economy will lose £18BILLION if international travel curbs remain in place until the summer, MPs warn

  • Aviation group found lack of tourists would cause loss of £7.5bn to hospitality 
  • Outbound travel is expected to be hit with losses of £10.5bn with restrictions 
  • Bosses have said that government needs to offer significant support package 

The UK economy is set to lose £18billion if restrictions on international travel aren’t lifted before summer, according to research by an aviation group. 

The all party group on the future of aviation conducted a study which found that a lack of international…

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