As Spain, the Canaries and Balearics prepare to welcome tourists again, Abra Dunsby speaks to operators and tourist boards in the region
As Spain, the Canaries and Balearic Islands recover from the coronavirus and prepare to welcome foreign tourists next month, the destinations look set to be some of the first to bounce back when international travel recommences.
While it remains unclear whether British tourists will be allowed to visit the destinations this summer, it’s very likely that once all travel restrictions eventually lift, many Brits will return to their number one holiday destination.
Operators and airlines are currently preparing for the upturn of Spain and its islands, with Tui’s Fritz Joussen revealing it is “preparing intensively” to relaunch in Spain, Wizz Air set to commence new Palma and Malaga routes in July and Prestige Holidays releasing a Canaries 2020/21 winter sun brochure.
Here we speak to operators and tourist boards to discuss enquiries, safety and to hear their predictions for the market.