Well, we’re definitely seeing a lot of changes in the U.K. when it comes to lockdown. What we thought would happen is that things would gradually start to unlock. And this is true, to a point. Travel restrictions are easing up a little, but this is no time to throw the rules out of the window. Let’s talk a little bit about what this means.
Safety is our top priority when we are dealing with you. We don’t want to put you at any unnecessary risk because that wouldn’t be fair or sensible.
So while it is true that there may well be more freedom to travel, we can’t yet guarantee that we can get you to the places you want to go. We won’t start operating again until we’re absolutely certain that we are safe.
There is still a virus that has no cure, no vaccine and no way to protect against it. It can and will infect people regardless of who they are and what they’ve done.
That means that we can not justify taking people around the world yet. When you factor in that from the 8th June anyone entering the U.K., regardless of their start point, is subject to a 14 day quarantine, there’s even more reason why we can’t get back up in the air just yet. Of course there are some people including medical professionals that will be exempt from the measure.
The Time Will Come
We know that this is frustrating for people. We understand that you want nothing more than to start travelling again and going to all the destinations that you’ve enjoyed in the past. But the timing isn’t right yet. It’s not the right time for you to start flying. We have to be safe and sensible about things.
Rest assured, there will be a moment when we can take a look at flying again. There will be a chance for us to get back in the air and start to enjoy ourselves. But that’s not right now. We have to follow the instructions given to us by the government, we have to be safe about how we transport people, and we just have to wait. If we start flying too soon, we run the risk of putting our customers and clients in the way of coronavirus, or we risk bringing it back in from outside the country and increasing the number of cases in the UK. In either instance, the risk is just too great. We have to be sensible.
In conclusion, yes, the amount of cases that we are seeing has gone down, travel restrictions have been eased slightly, but this is no time to start celebrating an opening for business as usual. We’re going to have to wait, we’re going to have to be patient, and we need to make sure that above all else, we are sensible about how we choose to move forward.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and loyalty, and we are still available 24/7 to assist with any enquiries.