The President and CEO of the World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC) Gloria Guevara is asking the Johnson administration for a clear timetable for when and how the British travel abroad will resume.
In a statement, Guevara welcomed the British government’s decision to open hotels, pubs, restaurants and attractions on July 4, which would help restore domestic travel, but did not specify when. British travel abroad will resume or what will happen to international travelers who arrive in Britain and are quarantined for 14 days.
The UK tourism industry, he says, has an annual turnover of. 200 billion or 7% of the total economy, so there must be an urgent timeline for international travel.
It is important, he said, that airlines, travel agents and all tourism companies involved in handling and hosting British tourists know when and how to begin travel to prepare, as well as for the British to plan. their vacation.