The UK Airport Operators Association (AOA) has warned that Summer 2021 could be as bad or worse than Summer 2020 for the country’s airports if the UK government continues to take, what it calls an “overly cautious approach to reopening international travel”. The current UK green list represents only 1.7% of 2019 passenger numbers, and in summer 2020, there were significantly more countries on the travel corridor list that allowed passenger numbers to peak at 22% of 2019 levels in August 2020. Even with the more liberal travel approach in 2020, UK airports lost out on £2.6bn revenue between April to
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