• The first flight from Bristol is scheduled to take off at 15.45 this afternoon to Belfast
• The airline plans to fly around 55% of its Bristol routes in July and 80% in August, although with a lower frequency of flights
• easyJet has introduced new measures to help ensure the safety and wellbeing of passengers and crew including enhanced aircraft cleaning and disinfection and mandatory use of face masks.
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 crisis, KLM has been adapting its network and flight schedule in line with travel restrictions and demand. From 4th July, KLM will recommence a daily service between Bristol and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to assist with essential travel and repatriation.
Visit Somerset is delighted to announce that the Holiday Inn Express M5 J24 have become members of Visit Somerset the official destination management organisation for the county of Somerset.
Visit Somerset Aims for 2020 and beyond.
Yesterday’s briefing was led by Business Secretary Alok Sharma and Sarah Albon, Chief Executive of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Sharma confirmed that retail outlets that have previously been closed will be permitted to open from next Monday 15 June.
We trust that this email finds you well and gearing up as we move towards finally reopening. We are working extensively with the South West Tourism Alliance and our Local Enterprise Partnership the Heart of the SW LEP in supporting a speedy recovery.
New Gov. update for accommodation providers from 8th June https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-advice-for-accommodation-providers
Visit Somerset has partnered with Regency Purchasing Group to offer all members free assessments, support and advice to help you successfully navigate your way through the many operational challenges presented by Covid-19.
• The visitor economy across Devon and Somerset employs 65,000 people (84,500 if supply chain is included: food supply chain and agricultural/fishing sectors) totalling a further 7,345 businesses generating £3.35bn visitor spend annually. In some rural areas, over 60% of the population work in the sector.
VisitBritain has commissioned a weekly tracking survey to understand domestic intent to take short breaks and holidays both within the U.K. and abroad, with particular focus around the current barriers and concerns around travel and how these will evolve over time.