Could Spain be on the green list in the next update? Either way, ABTA says, “It is time to review what you know about Spain and re-define yourself as the favorite destination of the British.” This is how ABTA addresses its partner agencies with a Spain Promotion Magazine That made this bond with OET at Turespaña in London.
The magazine highlights some of Spain’s “unmissable experiences”, from beaches to dining, sports and wellness offerings.
ABTA, in its newsletter to its partners, explains the contents of the magazine made with OET and publishes a few words from Director of the Torresbana office in London, Javier BenanisWe know it has been a challenging year for our sector, but we hope this guide helps you remember what awaits you in Spain and the wonderful diversity our country has to offer, from cities to beaches, spas and gastronomy.
Promotion in Amber
So ABTA decided to promote the “British Favorite Destination” Although it is amber at stop sign From the United Kingdom’s Department of Transport, and despite the fact that expectations for Spain to enter the green list are low (see: Spain will remain amber because it has fewer vaccinations than the UK).
If anything, the most optimistic is that the Balearic Islands could be green in the next update, if the UK eventually ends up implementing a new policy to differentiate the islands and the mainland. The Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands, if any, are the only areas in Spain that might have options, for now, to go green.
This is what I thought this week Steve Hebe, CEO of Jet2Taking into account the numbers for Portugal – a country already in the Green Zone – have seen signs assuming that the Balearic Islands, Malta and, to a lesser extent, the Canary Islands, could enter this list (see: Jet2: Eastern Mediterranean is hot in the wake of Balearic Islands and Canary Islands).
It was also decided to promote Spain despite the British government continuing to demand its citizens not to visit countries classified with this color, despite the existence of a detailed planning of the security requirements that travelers must adhere to when they return home, and despite the sector complaining bitterly and asking Boris Johnson Urgent expansion of the list of green destinations.