As a recent CWT study pointed out, the lifting of administrative barriers that disrupted travel for two years is boosting the return to international mobility. This is particularly the case in the UK, and easyJet intends to capitalize on this phenomenon to make up for lost time. ” The resumption of traffic is reinforced by the removal of entry requirements to the UK since March 18: vaccinated or non-vaccinated passengers can now enter the country freely without filling in a Passenger Locator Form,” note company officials on the occasion of the announcement of a new flight next summer. The…

As a recent CWT study pointed out, the lifting of administrative barriers that have disrupted travel for two years is boosting the return to international mobility. This is particularly the case in the UK, and easyJet intends to capitalize on this phenomenon to make up for lost time. ” The resumption of traffic has been reinforced by the abolition of entry conditions to the United Kingdom since March 18: vaccinated or non-vaccinated passengers can now enter the country freely without filling in a Passenger Locator Form,” note the company’s managers on the occasion of the announcement of a new flight for next summer. The low-cost airline will connect the second largest city in England, Birmingham, to Nantes airport. The airport was already linked by easyJet to Bristol and London.

Linking Birmingham and Nantes, two economic cities, seems important to us in order to support the development of Nantes and the West of France as a whole

Operations will begin on June 27 at Nantes airport. Two flights a week will be operated until September 2, every Monday and Friday. ” The Nantes-Birmingham route is a direct connection that we are delighted to add to the 24 destinations already offered from Nantes this summer, which now number 25,” said Reginald Otten, easyJet’s Deputy Managing Director for France. ” Linking Birmingham and Nantes, two economic cities, seems important to us in order to support the development of Nantes and the West of France as a whole. We will continue to develop this destination as we have been doing since 2019, and thus enable the British to discover the Greater West, and the people of Nantes to escape for the time of a city break,” he continues.

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According to a recent study conducted by easyJet, two-thirds of Britons (65%) plan to give priority to a trip abroad in 2022.