Spain Open For Travel Agreement With The UK
Travellers from the UK to be Allowed into Spain – UK travellers A Large Part of Spain’s Tourism Market
Vaccine Passports & Testing Part of Plans to Re-Open Spain – Vaccines & COVID Testing a Key Tool to Re-Opening
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0:00 – Spain to Open For UK & Other 3rd Countries
0:127 – Spain open for Travel Agreement with the UK
Spain is open to setting up bilateral agreements and safe corridors with non-EU “third countries”,
including the UK, if no deal is reached regarding travel requirements across the European Union, the country’s Secretary of State for Tourism has said.
Spain’s Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés echoed Spanish Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto’s recent statement that Covid vaccination certificates or passports will form part of the safe travel corridor scheme her government is preparing to allow the reopening of international tourism, something Spain desperately needs by summer in order to jumpstart its ailing economy.
We believe that the vaccination certificate has to complete our portfolio and that we are heading towards summer with some kind of mobility
Maybe if you were vaccinated that means you don’t need to take a test, or that it will give you some flexibility regarding borders
03:16 – Spain’s Agreement with the UK
Asked if Spain would follow in Greece’s steps and look into the possibility of a bilateral agreement with the UK, Valdés said that his ministry is “already having discussions with our colleagues in the UK” and that Spain would consider a “green corridor” with Britain as a “third country” if there was no EU deal on travel requirements reached.
04:06 – Spain Travel Bans
Spain recently extended the ban on travellers from the UK, Brazil and South Africa until at least 16 March, over the new Covid variants in those nations.
Third-country nationals outside of Australia, Rwanda, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, China, including Macao and Hong Kong cannot enter Spain for non-essential purposes until 31 March.
04:57 – British Holidaymakers to Spain
Spain’s tourism industry has really felt the loss of 82 per cent of British tourists in 2020, an annual figure which in recent years has been higher than 18 million visitors.
According to the British government’s plan, international travel from the UK could be allowed to resume on 17 May and the UK’s Global Travel Taskforce will report to ministers on 12 April.
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