Aer Lingus said the new guidelines would allow people to “enjoy a much needed holiday over the latter weeks of the summer,” but said it does not expect a sudden rush by large numbers to travel this summer.
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Planned resumption of air travel a ‘green light’ for flight bookings

The resumption of non-essential travel within the European Union in July has given people a long awaited “green light” to book flights but airlines have criticised the delay in reinstating the Common Travel Area (CTA) with Britain.

The Government announced non-essential international travel could resume from July 19th, for passengers within the EU, and between other countries not subject to “emergency break” measures to guard against new variants.

Mandatory hotel quarantine will continue for incoming travellers from designated red list zones, where passengers have not received Covid-19 vaccines.

In a statement, Aer Lingus welcomed the return of non-essential air travel, which it said would allow people to “enjoy a much needed holiday over the latter weeks of the…

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