The pain and pleasure of flying London-New York as soon as it was legal
Lockdown easing has pushed the travel door open by a crack, but be prepared for more than a few Covid-19 tests
When a family reunion coincided with the resumption of leisure travel from the UK after months of lockdown, I took the plunge.
After almost two years without seeing loved ones, the prospect of quarantine and costly Covid tests didn’t faze me. I booked a flight from London Heathrow to New York’s John F Kennedy airport for May 17, the first day it was legal to fly again...
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