In a bid to lure back customers, many travel firms and airlines are offering some impressive deals on flights and accommodation.
However, looking back at how quickly the coronavirus pandemic unfolded, many Britons might be concerned a second wave my strike and leave them with cancelled plans.
Emma Coulthurst, a travel commentator for holiday price comparison site TravelSupermaket, has shared some advice for Britons who might be anxious about booking a holiday.
“Leading tour operators have said that they will not take you on a package holiday to a country, where you have to quarantine, either on your arrival or on your return. They have said that they will cancel holidays in this situation and you would then be legally entitled to a refund,” she said.
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