Holidays to Spain will restart on May 17th under the green light of the new British government traffic light system according to Whitehall internal sources
Sources out of Whitehall have been informing travel agents and holiday companies that Spain will be ‘green to go’ on May 17th.
The travel agents and holiday companies top brass were informed by Whitehall ministers to prepare for a holiday restart on May 17th.
Spain is one of the countries that are on the green list unless there are unexpected changes in regards to Coronavirus.
Our source, in the travel industry, Leigh James, a holiday company director, said late last night that he had spoken to government ministers from his Swedish base and that Spain was going to be on the green list come May 17th.
James, whose holiday company books vacations for the rich and famous as well as hundreds of sporting stars said:
“I’ve been given the confidence to start booking up holidays in Spain for my clients.
“That confidence has been inspired by my talks with my sources within Whitehall.
“They said that they are impressed by Spain’s actions of both a vaccine passport as well as currently having the fastest vaccine roll-out currently in Europe.
“I was advised that I could start booking my clients into the likes of Marbella and Sotogrande with confidence.
“From my understanding, all the top brass at the major holiday companies have also been given the heads up to prepare” he finished.
The news is very welcoming for all British ex-pat businesses in Spain who are left still trading and reliant on the British tourism industry.
Mark Sutherland from the iconic Luna Bar on the seafront in Los Boliches spoke to Global247news this morning, he said:
” That’s brilliant news and I look forward to the official announcement with more confidence now.
“It’s been tough, very tough, but we have hung in there and this is the news everybody wants, hopefully now this is the turning point” he finished.