The travel industry has been largely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, however, there is light at the end of the tunnel. According to the BBC, from the 15th of June, some airlines will be restarting a number of small flights, with other airlines following suit in the following weeks.
This comes as the UK has now enforced a two-week quarantine period for anyone visiting the UK by train, plane, or ferry, to avoid further spread of the coronavirus. Those who fail to abide by the new quarantine rules can face up to a £1,000 fine if they fail to isolate and a fine of £100 if they fail to provide proof of an address they can self-isolate at.
Although these new rules have rattled some, it provides an opportunity for the travel industry to restart and businesses like Airport Priority Cars to increase our services.
Our Business and Coronavirus
At Airport Priority Cars, we are still taking precautionary measures when it comes to our services, to protect our customers and our staff.
We are limiting our services, particularly to airports, unless the trip is vital and taking steps to ensure our drivers are kept safe, such as asking passengers that are unwell or showing any coronavirus symptoms to cancel and avoid booking with us.
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We urge you to contact us to avoid any disappointment regarding your journey and so we can ensure that it is safe for you and our drivers.