Travel restrictions ‘likely to remain for some time’ as trade-off for easing other curbs – Sturgeon

Travel restrictions are “likely to remain so for some time yet” as a trade-off for easing other Covid curbs, Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs today.

The First Minister said she hoped to be able to ease travel limits within Scotland “as we go further into the easing of lockdown”, but the return towards normality would be quickened by retaining foreign travel restrictions for now.

The decision was criticised by Scotland’s main airports which said it showed aviation was not a Scottish Government priority and it remained “in limbo” north of the Border in contrast to the “clear framework” for the resumption of international flights announced…

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