British tourists will soon need to follow new rules when entering EU countries01/15/2022
Let's be real, we all deserve a holiday right now.
With the UK travel advice constantly updating, it's safe to say that normality is almost on the horizon.
Now if you're desperate to head across the pond, an airline is offering customers cheap flights to New York City.
For only £290, Brits can travel to the Big Apple, departing from London Gatwick Airport, with JetBlue airline.
You could either go in November, December or January for a cool price of £291.13.
That doesn't sound so bad right?
It works out great as NYC is known for its attractions during the Christmas period with the iconic ball drop during New Year's Eve.
Prices for flights to the US have increased dramatically after the country announced it would be opening its borders to travellers.
Before you go and book flights, it's important to check the travel rules for leaving and returning to the UK.
From October 4, the government's rules will change with the red list of countries simplified for travellers.
It comes as the US ban of vaccinated Brits is due to be lifted by November.
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The White House announced that double jabbed travellers from the EU and UK will be able to enter the US from November onwards.
This follows an 18-month ban imposed by former US President Donald Trump.
Tourists, business people and families were cut off from traveling to America at the height of the global pandemic.
You can check the GOV.UK website for travel updates and advice when heading abroad during the outbreak.
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