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Global Online Travel Agency Market Size 2021 Company Overview, Growth and Forecast By 2025 Latest Research Report by Industry Research Co

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Jan 25, 2021 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

Global “Online Travel Agency Market” has numerous changes in recent years and expected to vary significantly within the forecast year because of developments in production sources, shifts in consumer preferences changes to business policies. Online Travel Agency Market is gaining important adoption among recent business across the globe. Global Online Travel Agency Market Report 2021 gives complete research about the industry size by key players, regions, product types and end user with history data and forecast data to 2025. This report analyses the Online Travel Agency with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.

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Travel corridors axed completely in latest quarantine U-turn

Homeward bound: the ending of travel corridors will affect British travellers returning from Caribbean islands such as St Lucia (Simon Calder)
Homeward bound: the ending of travel corridors will affect British travellers returning from Caribbean islands such as St Lucia (Simon Calder)

All the remaining “travel corridors”, which allow travellers arriving in the UK to avoid self-isolation, have been scrapped in a bid to reduce the risk of introducing new variants of the coronavirus.

Boris Johnson made the announcement at the No 10 briefing. The prime minister said it would be a temporary move, aligned with the delayed “test-before-travel” scheme.

Both measures take effect at 4am on Monday 18 January. The travel corridors decision will be reviewed four weeks later, on 15 February.

The transport secretary, Grant Shapps, tweeted: “Travel corridors assess public health risk from the original Sars-Cov-2, but it’s impossible for the Joint Biosecurity Centre to provide live scientific updates to predict which countries or regions will now originate new variants.

“Travel corridors are therefore

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What are the latest rules and do you need a Covid test to visit?

<p>The Blue Lagoon in Iceland</p> (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

The Blue Lagoon in Iceland

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With its fjords, geothermal springs and frequent Northern Lights sightings, Iceland is top of the travel bucket-list for many holidaymakers.

On a normal year, the small island nation receives nearly two million tourists – more than five times its own population.

But 2020’s pandemic-induced travel restrictions have slashed that number. Iceland has so far managed to avoid mass contagion, with only 5,170 recorded cases of Covid-19 and 25 deaths.

The country has just been added to the UK’s list of travel corridors – but does that mean Brits are allowed to travel there?

Here’s everything you need to know.

Am I allowed to travel to Iceland from the UK?

Not from England or Wales, unless it’s for a limited range of “essential” reasons, including work and education. The former is currently under lockdown until 2 December, meaning all leisure travel is banned

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What is the latest Foreign Office travel advice?

Simon Calder
Simon Calder

One of the key determinants of whether Brits can travel abroad this summer following the global coronavirus pandemic is the Foreign Office travel advice.

The FCO keeps individual country pages on its website regularly updated, with all the latest information and warnings about potential risks, such as political unrest, natural disasters and terror attacks.

If the FCO advises against “all but essential travel” to a country, it invalidates travellers’ insurance, and visiting there is at your own risk.

Here’s everything you need to know about the current advice.

What is the latest Foreign Office advice?

The FCO has been advising British nationals against all but essential international travel since 23 March. However, this advice has now been lifted for 67 destinations as of 4 July.

This list is separate from the one issued by the Department for Transport, which details 59 “travel corridor” destinations from where travellers can

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