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The quarantine system for international arrivals will be imposed indefinitely despite the introduction of compulsory pre-flight tests, it was revealed yesterday.

Covid UK: Ryanair boss slams Grant Shapps's 'shambolic' travel order

The Transport Secretary has said nobody will be able to depart to the UK by plane, train or ferry unless they present a 'recognised' test result on check-in along with a valid passport and visa if required.

EasyJet secures £1.4bn state-backed bailout

The firm said the five-year loan had been underwritten by a group of banks and part-guaranteed by UK Export Finance, a government agency.

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  • Coronavirus testing for hauliers to continue following decision by French governmentCurrent testing arrangements for hauliers crossing the Channel – where they must have had a negative coronavirus test within 72 hours of crossing – are set to continue following a decision by the French Government.   The continuation means that hauliers – including drivers and crew of HGVs, drivers of LGVs and van drivers – planning to cross the Channel should get a negative test before travelling to Kent or other Channel Crossing points.   Following the French Government’s original decision to close the border to the UK, and the subsequent reopening of ...

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