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|52 Week Range||5.50 - 14.60|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||2.55|
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The transport secretary says people are no longer being advised against booking holidays abroad.
Major British travel company Jet2 said it was cancelling holidays until late June, blaming uncertainty from UK government plans for restarting international travel that were widely condemned by airlines. Carriers had been counting on government proposals published on Friday to kick off a summer getaway season, but the industry criticised the release for not including a start date for travel or listing which countries would be open for holidaymakers. Instead it will give more details in early May, ahead of a possible resumption of international travel on May 17, after a year of severe restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement includes a traffic light system, which categorises countries based on risk as well as COVID tests, even for people arriving from low-risk green destinations.