Spanish lessons are booming on Tutorful as tourist travel restrictions set to ease

SHEFFIELD, United Kingdom, May 30, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --ASpain will stop an enforced quarantine of arrivals as of 1 July, contributing to the breakout number of UK searches on Google for questions relating to 'When can I travel again?'.Despite Health Secretary Matt Hancock suggesting that it was unlikely that people in the UK would be able to go on foreign summer holidays this year, several airlines have announced plans to resume flights and holidays to European destinations. This includes a full service from Jet2 on 1 July, and 40% of Ryanair flights on the same date.Jet2 flies from Manchester to 14 locations in Spain, including Alicante, Malaga, the Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands.14 day quarantine restrictions are expected to stay in place for travellers returning to the UK from overseas destinations, based on current guidance.The Metro reported that 81% of people are said to be looking forward to a holiday abroad when travel restrictions are loosened, with Spain the most popular destination for would-be travellers. The tourism sector in Spain provides more than 12% of the country's GDP; normally attracting 80 million tourists a year.
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