British Airways: Those vaccinated against COVID-19 should travel without restrictions

British Airways Boeing 747 landing at its home base London Heathrow Airport, England. The aircraft type is a Jumbo Jet known as Queen of the skies with registration G-CIVH and specific type Boeing 747-400 (747-436) and has 4 RR RB.211 jet engines. The airplane is flying for British Airways since April 1996. BA operates 36 Boeing 747-400 but all of them will be retired by 2024. (Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The United Kingdom flag carrier airline, British Airways is calling for those who have been vaccinated to travel without restrictions.

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The new British Airways chief Sean Doyle also said those who have not been vaccinated should only have a negative test, referring to the company’s plans to restart travel.

Doyle, who took over as the head of the airline in October 2020, has called on London to work with other governments to restart travel through COVID-19 vaccines and specific health applications.

“I believe that those who have been vaccinated should be able to travel without restrictions. Those who have not been vaccinated should be able to travel with a negative test,” he said.