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IATA boss says eased UK entry requirements need to be simpler still

The UK may have moved to simplify its entry requirements, but International Air Transport Association (IATA) boss Willie Walsh wants them made even simpler.

Walsh accused the UK government, which last week slashed its list of red countries and eased entry restrictions, of failing to capitalize on early vaccination success by continuing to restrict travel and persisting with expensive COVID tests.

Walsh, a strident critic of the high expense of COVID testing regimes in many countries, said the UK government should embrace a simpler testing regime while ensuring competitive airport costs.

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Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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