British Tourists Return to Orlando After 19 Months
Virgin Atlantic is reuniting families just in time for the beginning of the holiday season as international travel restrictions are lifted. The COVID-19 pandemic has kept many families apart for the past 19 months, but the wait is finally over as British tourists are finally welcomed back to Orlando. Families could be seen reuniting with loved ones while being given golden crowns, cupcakes, and cookies to welcome them to the sunshine state.
With the arrival of the first internal flight of British tourists this month, the excitement and relief of international travel being possible again were felt by staff and travelers alike. With the tourism industry being one of Orlando’s leading sources of income, this news brings a sense of hope that there may be brighter days ahead as more people get vaccinated, and the threat of the pandemic is felt less and less.
Orlando Has Been a Top Travel Spot For British Tourists
In the past, Orlando has been a top travel destination for tourists from all over the world. Some of the countries’ tourists that have frequented the Florida city the most have included Canada, Great Britain, Mexico, and Brazil. While travelers from South American countries like Mexico and Brazil have visited the City Beautiful in recent months, the return of travelers from Orlando’s largest overseas market, Great Britain, is a sign of regular international travel returning to a state of normalcy.
Many people may be put off by international travel or travel in general, but it is believed that now that people see others traveling safely that they will be encouraged to book the trips they have been waiting for. International travel marketing campaigns for the city of Orlando will start back up in Great Britain in August of 2022 to encourage more travelers to heighten demand and excite prospective travelers.
Safety measure Being Taken to Protect international Travelers
For those concerned about health and safety concerning international travel, there are steps being taken to protect both British tourists and Orlando citizens from the ongoing pandemic. Tourists are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result before they board their planes. Additionally, travelers must wear a mask while in the airport and while on the plane. Tourists noted that they did not experience any issues getting through customs in regards to the COVID-19 protocol.
Orlando Lawyers Are Here to Help Tourists
Vacations are meant to be an escape for tourists to relax and get away from everyday life. However, if you are traveling to Orlando, Florida, and an incident occurs, having an Orlando lawyer on your side is crucial.
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