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#UK travel list the latest example of Britain’s #COVID-19 mismanagement

#UK travel list the latest example of Britain’s #COVID-19 mismanagement

| July 3, 2020

The British government has finally rolled out its plans to authorize travel and dispense with quarantine requirements for travellers coming back from 59 countries and 14 overseas territories starting on July 10nd. The approach, which represents an abrupt U-turn from its initial plan of establishing ‘air bridges’ with a more limited number of partner countries, […]

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Less than half of EU travellers are aware of #EUPassengerRights

Less than half of EU travellers are aware of #EUPassengerRights

| January 14, 2020

The European Commission has released the results of a Eurobarometer survey on passenger rights in the European Union. According to the survey, 43% of EU citizens who have travelled by air, long-distance rail, coach, ship or ferry in the previous 12 months (‘travellers’) know that the EU has put in place rights for passengers. Transport […]

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#SustainableTourism in #Wales

#SustainableTourism in #Wales

| July 26, 2018

Sustainable tourism is a commendable concept much talked about but, all too often, one that is overlooked in the rush to make a quick profit and cut costs, writes Martin Banks. Happily, there are some exceptions and one such example is Clydey Cottages, a Welsh resort which, in an albeit modest but useful way, is “flying […]

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The Top #Travel destinations for 2018

The Top #Travel destinations for 2018

| July 11, 2018

Have you booked your holiday destination yet for 2018? If not, or you are just in desperate need of another holiday already this year, then you have come to the perfect place as we are taking you through our top travel destinations for 2018! No matter whether you are looking to sun yourself on the […]

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Five member states progress towards full #visa reciprocity with the United States

Yesterday, Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos met with government officials from five EU member states that aren’t allowed Visa-free travel in the Unites States.   The countries, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Poland and Cyprus allow US citizens to travel due to their participation in the Schengen zone. They are seeking fair and equal treatment for their citizens visiting […]

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Initiative gives #Erasmus+ students the chance to win free travel

Students in Europe will be encouraged to travel throughout different EU Countries under the Move2Learn, Learn2Move initiative. It will give a chance to 5,000 young citizens to study in different countries while traveling sustainably. The initiative was linked with the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus programme and will focus on increased student mobility as well […]

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Back to #Schengen: Commission proposes that the Council allows member states to maintain temporary controls for another three months

Back to #Schengen: Commission proposes that the Council allows member states to maintain temporary controls for another three months

| January 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

The European Commission has today recommended the Council allows member states to maintain the temporary controls currently in place at certain internal Schengen borders in Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway for a further period of three months. Despite the progressive stabilisation of the situation and the implementation of a series of measures proposed by […]

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