Day of action planned in bid to force relaxation of foreign travel rules
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Day of action planned in bid to force relaxation of foreign travel rules

A travel industry day of action has been called to pile pressure on the government to support a safe return to international travel in time for the peak summer period.

The day of action – on June 23 – will be calling on the government to allow international travel to return safely and in a risk managed way by properly implementing the Global Travel Taskforce’s plan.

It also wants ministers to bring forward a package of tailored financial support to recognise that the unlocking of international travel will be much slower than first anticipated.

The event is backed by all sections of the travel industry including airlines, airports, tour operators and travel agents.

The day of action will involve an organised lobby at the Houses of Parliament with other events in London, Edinburgh and Belfast.

The day of action will take place ahead of the government’s announcements on the next steps for international…

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