The UK is reportedly nearing an agreement with Turkey to allow Britons to return to the Mediterranean tourism hotspot this summer.
Travel between the two countries could resume from 15 July, the Financial Times reports, citing a Turkish government official.
The paper reports the official as saying that while an agreement was close, it would ultimately depend on the rate of coronavirus infection in the UK.
Several countries have, in recent days, indicated they would be open to so-called air bridge or safe travel corridors with the UK to allow tourism to resume this summer.
Portugal’s foreign minister Augusto Santos Silva told the BBC on Wednesday (3 June) Brits would be "most welcome" this summer if an agreement can be reached.