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Majorca Daily Bulletin

RYANAIR SUES BRITAIN OVER TRAVEL CURBS TO TRY TO RESCUE SUMMER

airline Ryanair is launching a legal challenge against Britain over its “traffic light” system for international travel, hoping to force a relaxation of strict rules that threaten the summer holiday season. The airline has teamed up with Manchester Airports Group (MAG) and the pair filed legal papers at England’s High Court yesterday to seek clarity over the transparency of the system, a MAG spokesperson said. Other airlines are expected to join the legal action. With just weeks before the peak July and August travel season when most profits are made, the aviation industry is worried about losing another summer to COVID-19 as the British government blocks most travel, meaning more job losses and financial strain. The industry has repeatedly criticised the government’s traffic light system for international destinations, saying it is unpredictable and doesn’t make scientific sense. It says some low risk countries and islands should be open for travel. A government spokesperson said it cannot comment on legal proceedings. “We recognise this is a challenging period for the sector, as we seek to balance the timely reopening of international travel while safeguarding public health,” the government said in a statement. Seguir leyendo

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