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Story: BA pledges to build better trade relations as part of recovery Positive news from BA, it’s going to be a different industry and we all need to work hard together to get our industry moving, top of the list is better flexibility. Anthony Blackmore How about opening British Airways Holidays to agents and offering price parity! Rachey Whiteley


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The best of your letters, comments and social media this week FCDO: Rules inconsistent

Story: Foreign Office ‘may refuse’ travel to green list countries

I know we have a poor quality of government at the moment, but when two departments cannot talk to each other as to the best way forward in regard to the traffic light system, you just have to shake your head in despair. Patrick Doyle It’s time for a joined-up, consistent approach by government. Steve Allen

List: Nation needs the green light

Story: Holiday islands set for travel green list as ‘20-30 countries open up’

Sun, sea and sangria! As a nation, the majority of people in the UK have done everything the government has asked us to do in lockdown. We all deserve a good holiday abroad. Tony Webster That’s all well and good, but it’s a total illusion! Most of the airlines aren’t flying until at least June 23, because there is such a paucity of bookings. Keith Rogers

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