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Wizz Air has announced the restart of its Russian routes, with flights from Luton to Moscow and St Petersburg taking off from August 15th.
Flights will operate twice a week to the Russian capital and once a week to St Petersburg.
The restart of these routes will come as Russian travel restrictions ease, so now UK passengers can once again experience the fascinating metropolises of Moscow and St Petersburg.
Whether its visiting iconic landmarks, touring beautiful palaces or viewing some of the world’s most famous European art, these cities are brimming with cultural delights.
Owain Jones, managing director of Wizz Air UK, said: “We’re excited to be reintroducing flights to the cities of Moscow and St Petersburg as Russian travel restrictions are eased.
“We are the sole British carrier connecting the UK to St Petersburg and are proud to provide genuinely unique travel opportunities to our UK customers.
“These cities are cultural gems steeped in rich history, with so much to discover.
“Wizz customers can feel confident that they are travelling to their destination safely with our industry leading health and hygiene measures, and we look forward to welcoming back passengers to experience our great service on board our green and modern aircraft.”
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Slovenia, which seeks to brand itself as one of the greenest and safest countries in Europe, has reopened to British travellers.
Travellers can now visit without quarantining on arrival, or when touching down back in the UK.
easyJet are set to resume flights between Ljubljana and Gatwick on Friday, and between Ljubljana and Stansted from September 1st.
British Airways flights between Ljubljana and Heathrow will be available from September 2nd.
Ever since the outbreak of the pandemic, Slovenia has adopted a set of protective measures, resulting in rapid containment of the virus and a low number of infections.
Based on the good epidemiological situation, Slovenia was the first country in Europe that was able to declare the end of the Covid-19 epidemic.
To maintain a safe environment, the Slovenian tourism industry established responsible travel standards.
Slovenia was one of the first countries in the world to receive the Safe Travels Stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
Aside from the ongoing challenges, 2020 has been an exciting year for the Slovenian Tourist Board, with the unveiling of the first ever Michelin guide – of which six restaurants were awarded a total of seven stars.
This comes ahead of Slovenia celebrating having been named the European Region of Gastronomy 2021.
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Quarantine decision takes toll on fragile Spanish tourism sector
The surprise reintroduction of quarantine requirements for travellers arriving in the UK from Spain is taking a toll on consumer confidence new research has found.
The move, couple to a decision from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to extend its advice against all but essential travel to the whole of Spain, has made travellers wary of booking a trip.
Ben Cordwell, tourism analyst at GlobalData, said: “The government’s sudden announcement will make British holidaymakers nervous about traveling to any country in case there is a sudden rise in Covid-19 infections, and a subsequent sudden change in rules.
“Our recovery consumer survey results state that 82 per cent of Brits are still extremely or quite concerned about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, meaning residents will take government advice seriously.
“According to GlobalData, the UK made up nearly a quarter of all international arrivals to Spain in 2019, highlighting the significant impact that the Foreign Office’s advice will have on the country’s tourism recovery.”
Cordwell added: “However, the advice is not only a cause for concern for Spain.
“The timing of the Foreign Office announcement could not be worse for tourism companies.
“July and August are by far the most popular months of travel for British tourists as it is the peak of summer and falls within the school summer holidays.
“For Spain, and possibly more European markets to miss out on this vital period will be devastating for companies.
“A summer without British tourists could make it extremely difficult for many companies to survive the quiet winter months.”
At the same time, the latest tracking data from Cirium highlights the fragile recovery in scheduled passenger jet flights between the UK and Spain.
More than 220 scheduled passenger jet flights operated between the UK and Spain on Saturday July 25th, but following the quarantine announcement that evening, just over 180 flights operated on July 26th.
Tell further to fewer than 160 on July 27th.
On a seven-day rolling average basis, flights tracked between the UK and Spain were up 17 per cent as of 27th July, compared with a week earlier.
However, this metric has shown a clear downward trend for the past seven days.
Ryanair was the leading operator between the two countries on July 27th with approximately 50 flights, followed by Jet2 and easyJet with nearly 40 flights each.
British Airways flew fewer than 20 services while fellow IAG Group carrier Vueling completed a handful of services.
Cirium has also classified an additional 116 passenger jets as ‘in service’ globally in the last 24 hours, taking the number of in-storage passenger aircraft down to 35 per cent of the global passenger fleet, with 65 per cent now in service.
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