England may form air bridges with small areas in banned countries like Portugal and US

AIR bridges to low-coronavirus-regions in banned countries could be introduced later this year by the government. Travelling to destinations such as Portugal and the US is currently banned by the government as both countries report spikes in cases or high coronavirus infections. However, the new bridges could link the UK

What are air bridges and which holiday destinations could be linked to the UK?

BRITS will soon be able to go on holidays abroad without the need to quarantine. Ministers are to sign off on air bridges today (June 26), opening up travel opportunities to countries such as France, Spain and Italy. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates

Air bridges will be in place by June 29 say top travel companies – who claim govt told them of upcoming changes

BRITS may be able to avoid quarantining on holiday after all, as plans for 'air bridges' are expected to be in place by the end of the month. The air bridge scheme will allow quarantine-free travel between two countries if an agreement is made. Currently, the UK is enforcing a