When the Elizabeth Line opens next year, Londoners won’t be getting what they expected. A seamless transport experience is still some time away.
An odd offer popped up on my BA Amex today – £100 off a rival airline, if I spend £300+ and am one of the first 3,000 to register.
KLM and Air France move terminals at Heathrow, from today!
UK Government changes some countries on their red/amber/green list and increases the cost for those needing hotel quarantine after arrival from red-list countries. The Mexico shuffle comes to an end with it being added to the Red list requiring the pricey hotel stay on arrival. France and Germany notably join the green list. All countries have arrival requirements for those coming from the UK.
AA splits its Heathrow operations between Terminal 3 and Terminal 5.
The UK Government is set to announce changes to the list of countries in each band. The bands determine restrictions on arrival to the UK. The UK newspapers are floating a new band being introduced.
Looks like the COVID ban on arrivals from the UK/EU is set to stay.
It appears that there was a single Border Force officer at T5 this morning creating more stories in the British papers of queues at Immigration.
US State Department advises US Citizens not to travel to the UK in light of a surge in COVID infections.
The New York Times is asking why many countries are still prevented from visiting the US. The answers are unclear.