As shown, hundreds of tourists arrive at Foro Airport to board 55 flights to the UK SIC report.
While airlines expect most of the 100,000 British tourists in Algarve to depart, most of the initial revenue to the UK is expected to take place this Sunday and Monday.
Airline converters and tourists are asked to arrive at the airport earlier to double their transport capacity. Passenger flow is expected to increase in the coming hours.
Despite Portugal’s removal from the British list of safest countries, tourists continue to do so. Still, and with the need for isolation,
Algarve is expected to have far fewer than 200,000 tourists for the month of June.
Beginning Tuesday, arrivals from Portugal are subject to 10 days of isolation and three Covit-19 trials: one rapid test before boarding and two PCRs, one per second and one on the eighth day.
The government is working with the UK to put Portugal on the green list
The government is working with the UK to send Portugal back to the green list of safest countries to travel to. After the UK announcement, the government denies the reasons given by London, but is ready to change the situation.
The Foreign Minister promised on Friday that Portugal had previously announced its withdrawal from the UK’s list of greenest safe countries. Augusto Santos Silva considers this decision incomprehensible because the epidemic situation is the same in both countries.
The British government claims that one reason for removing the entire Portuguese territory from the green list of safe countries is based on the increase in Nepal mutation cases arising from the Indian variant, a version competed by the Portuguese. Health officials.