'Hugely disappointing': Manchester Airport bosses slam UK's international travel plans

‘Hugely disappointing’: Manchester Airport bosses slam UK’s international travel plans

Manchester Airport bosses have shared their ‘huge disappointment’ about the lack of a long-term plan to revive international travel.

Their response – not the first time the hub has expressed frustration over the lack of a long-term strategy – follows the Prime Minister’s move this week to outline the Government’s approach to easing Covid restrictions around international travel and holidays.

According to a Downing Street statement, released on Easter Monday, a risk-based ‘traffic light’ system will be introduced when flight rules can be relaxed and holiday bans lifted.

The previously announced road map outlines how non-essential international travel might be permitted by May 17 as part of Step Three – subject to a review from the…

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