As the COVID-19 pandemic starts, various of industry are negatively affected; each sector, including the travel industry, has struggled to get back to operating. The effect of Covid-19 on the travel industry of the UK can be said to have affected the high spending of passengers on air travel. As a result, low airfares were observed in the air travel industry of the UK. Even the premium airlines like British Airways, EasyJet, and Ryanair saw a fall in their air travel bookings in the wake of the adverse economic conditions. This was further exacerbated by the British government’s decision to scrap the Air Passenger Duty (APD) discount scheme.
The cancellation of the discounted APDs meant higher airfares for passengers traveling in economy class. This is why there’s a lot of speculations about how to travel safely during the pandemic in Europe. Fortunately, the UK government has been making things a lot easier for every incoming and outgoing traveler with strict guidelines and requisites. Hence, if you’re thinking of traveling to Europe, then the best thing to do is educate as much as you can ab the situation and strictly follow the UK governments’ guidelines for action. One of which is being able to present fit to fly COVID test results.
Getting to know more about the safety protocols and guidelines not only helps you travel safely it also serves as a ticket to a better and smoother travel process when visiting or leaving Europe. One good piece of advice is to make sure that you have the relevant pandemic preparedness kits and your rapid antigen test for travel. Travel is easy to bring along the wrong types of supplies, so always have the correct vaccines and medications with you and use them as they are given to you.
Planning an important business trip to the UK or is wondering of the question, “Can I now travel to Europe with a vaccination card?”, ? If so, then you should know more about rapid antigen test and other safety guidelines in the infographic we have from Harley Medic International: