A Red List Deadline Rushes Thousands Of Brits To Return Home From Their Vacation

Thousand of Brits are pushed to pack their bags and return home from Thailand and Montenegro after 4 A.M on Monday since the two countries enter the red list, and Brits will have to go into mandatory hotel quarantine if they don’t meet the deadline. 

Many Britons were unprepared for these changes and reported that there aren’t enough direct flights, making it harder for them to return home over the Bank Holiday weekend. 

Research shows that direct flights from Montenegro have been sold out, and now British vacationers have no choice but to make not one but two connecting flights either from Poland or Serbia and return to the homeland before Monday starts. 

The same thing applies to Brits who are vacationing on the beaches of Thailand. There is only one direct flight from Phuket this night, and it will cost Brits £507.

Some travellers reported that they have been able to secure flights from Montenegro that will cost them £1,000 to book the additional flights and an extra £300 to stay over at a hotel.

ABOUT AUTHOR

Bojana is my name and writing is my game. I am a content writer from Bitola who is always interested in the latest research in almost all areas of life. I have a Bachelor’s degree in English literature and a perfectionist character, both of which help me find the most accurate data and information available. Although I have my head stuck in studies and reports most of the time, I still have a bit of free time during which I enjoy knitting and watching classic 90’s Disney movies.

Latest from Bojana

The Yearly Licence Fee from BBC Will Not Increase With Inflation Over the Next Five Years A Red List Deadline Rushes Thousands Of Brits To Return Home From Their Vacation British Tourists Who Will Travel to EU Will Be Charged €7 Parents outraged and demand Alexa be renamed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *