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Portugal holiday restart in peril due to EU ban - just as Britons are allowed to fly there again

Sky News Thursday, 13 May 2021
Portugal holiday restart in peril due to EU ban - just as Britons are allowed to fly there againThe world's largest travel firm has warned it may be forced to cancel holiday flights to Portugal, just as the UK allows them again, because of a continuing EU ban on non-essential travel from countries outside the bloc.
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