U.K./U.S. Travel: Carriers Push For Air Bridge To Resume On 17 May, Due To Vaccination Success

The U.K. aviation industry, including the CEOs of Virgin Atlantic and British Airways have called for the resumption of travel between the U.S. and U.K. on 17 May–this is the first day the U.K. government has suggested it might allow some travel to resume and the month touted by President Biden to rescind the U.K. travel ban.

A new report has highlighted how a lack of transatlantic air links until September would cost the U.K. £2.4 ($3.2) billion, or £23 ($31) million a day, putting 51,600 jobs at risk. It would also prolong the pain suffered by families who have been forced to live apart and who

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