British Airways boss gives worrying warning as Portugal quarantine threat looms

However, British Airways bosses have warned that removing the holiday hotspot once more could have a detrimental impact.

Willie Walsh, chief executive of British Airways’ parent company IAG has said that reimposing quarantine rules for Portugal would cause “further chaos and hardship”.

In the wake of travel corridor rules, holidaymakers have been left fighting to get refunds, meanwhile, travel companies and airlines have struggled to stay afloat.

Writing for the Times, Mr Walsh condemned the Government’s fast-moving approach to removing nations.

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