Foreign Office announces repatriation plans

Posted on 31st March, 2020

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office announced on 30 March a new partnership between the Government and airlines to bring British travellers home, which includes: Virgin, EasyJet and Titan Airways, with other airlines being expected to join.

Special charter flights will be arranged to repatriate Britons stuck in priority countries where no commercial routes remain open, with up to £75 million of financial support from the Government. When charter flights become available, they will be advertised by the British Embassy or High Commission on their travel advice pages and social media channels. It is therefore strongly advised to sign up for these alerts. It has also been underlined that the flights will be capped at a reasonable price, proportionate to the cost of a normal flight back to the UK.

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