The UK revises its “Green List” for English travelers, airlines likely to step-up flights to these safe zones

The United Kingdom has revised its “Green List” for residents of England. The announcement was made from Downing Street by Secretary of State for Transport, Grant Shapps.

The following 12 destinations on the list are where tourists from England can freely travel to without needing to quarantine on arrival.

Travel from the United Kingdom has been tightly restricted during the most severe months of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

These destinations are likely to see an uptick in travel starting on May 17 from England.

Australia

Brunei

Falkland Islands

Faroe Islands

Gibraltar

Iceland

Israel

New Zealand

Portugal

Saint Helena, Tristan de Cunha and Ascension Island

Singapore

South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands

Some destinations remain difficult to travel to. Most of Europe remain off the list for now. UK airlines will likely adjust their schedules accordingly.

British Airways has been pushing for this list: