The Foreign Office (FCO) has tweaked the wording of its global advisory against all non-essential travel.
Back in March, the FCO advised UK nationals against all non-essential travel worldwide for an initial 30 days.
However, this was extended to an "indefinite period" in early April, a move the travel sector has been staunchly critical of; many travel professionals believe it is confusing for clients looking to book further out, and stifles longer-term demand as the sector looks to recover.
However, at the weekend, the FCO dropped "indefinite period" from its advisory.
The new wording reads: "The Foreign and Commonwealth Office currently advises British nationals against all but essential international travel. This advice is being kept under constant review."