When flights to the US do resume, it’s not yet known if any rules or restrictions will be put in place.
From June 8, people travelling to the UK will need to self-isolate for 14 days.
However, the government’s quarantine plan has been criticised by a host of travel firms.
In a letter to Home Secretary Priti Patel, the companies said: “The very last thing the travel industry needs is a mandatory quarantine imposed on all arriving passengers, which will deter foreign visitors from coming here, deter UK visitors from travelling abroad and, most likely, cause other countries to impose reciprocal quarantine requirements on British visitors, as France has already announced.”
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, though, has suggested ‘air bridge’ agreements could be made with other countries.