Airlift agreements between countries, particularly those with low coronaviruses, would allow travel in the opposite two lanes without restrictions. Transport Minister Grant Shapps said air bridges are only agreed with countries with low rates of coronavirus infection, as well as a test and trace system similar to the UK`s. Air bridges are intended to facilitate travel to different countries during the global coronavirus pandemic. The review is scheduled for June 29 and air bridges are expected to be introduced after that date. So far, it appears that no country has openly ruled out an airlift with the United Kingdom, but it is unlikely that air bridges between the United Kingdom and other countries with significant cases of Covid 19 will be allowed. He told the House of Commons that air bridges “could enter the country from people from other regions and countries who themselves have reached a lower level of viral growth infections.” Britons hoping for a summer holiday have been given hope in the form of “air bridges” – so that people can travel abroad without being quarantined. It is thought that the announcement could be made today to allow tour operators to prepare for all airlifts that will enter airtime in early July. But air bridges would allow the BRITISH government to enter into agreements with countries with low average numbers of people infected with the virus, to make exceptions. She said, “When it comes to air bridges, I think we should be totally open to all ideas.” The Daily Telegraph newspaper said it understood prime minister Boris Johnson is talking to Portugal, Greece and France, among others, to build air bridges. Given that many British holidaymakers want to travel desperately abroad, here`s what`s expected from next week`s much-anticipated announcement on air bridges. Currently, Greece and Portugal are considering air bridges with the UK that allow British tourists to enter the country to take a holiday without the need for quarantine if they enter the country or return home. Also known as “travel corridors,” air bridges will allow tourists to travel between two countries without being quarantined. Air bridges are a “political invention,” Cord Schellenberg, an independent aviation expert, told Euronews.
“I don`t see an air bridge, I only see airlines that offer tickets and people that book tickets. And the government gives rules about where I can fly in the coronary era and where I shouldn`t fly, but people still decide what they do,” he said. Is there a high demand or are people cautious? Sean Tipton, of Abta, a British travel trade association, said: “It`s a very mixed picture – some people are desperate to get the first plane out of here, others won`t be comfortable travelling yet.