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I will be flying to Paris on 3rd August for a Wedding in Normandy and returning to Malaga on 11th August. Can anybody help me with the present Travel Covid Restrictions for France or direct me to a website for further information
Whats your vacs status? To be honest I think by August it will be a thing of the past. My son in law has just been fishing in France, he is anti vaccine and still only needed a LFT the day before. On arrival it wasn’t even checked.
My OH says avoid Easyjet like the plague. We're going to UK September with Ryanair. Call them all names what you want but never had problems (touch wood). New Granada flights are really cheap but family are based up north.
A friend's just used Vueling to go to Gatwick as he wanted to avoid Easyjet. I think Ryanair have some strikes coming up too but Easyjet now have a dreadful reputation after all the cancellations. Vueling go to Paris.
Flew to Gatwick and back with Vueling. No long queues at either airport. i too am avoiding Easyjet until they sort themselves out. I flew in on one of the days of the rail strike and to our luck the companies which run through Gatwick were all running normally but with hardly anyone travelling which is unusual. The return train this afternoon was packed though.
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Ryanair are not fool proof, Newcastle/Malaga and the flight from Malaga to Newcastle were cancelled yesterday.With only 2 flights operating a week to Malaga from Newcastle it would leave those who were stranded in Malaga with quite a headache...Saturday is the next flight back unless they could fly into another airport...It causes so much hassel, return to different airport while car parked in another...Not to mention extra accomodation costs and all the disruption.
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