The travel industry has สล็อตทดลองเล่น urged the Treasury to extend the furlough support scheme to protect jobs in the sector.
On Thursday, travel professionals broadly welcomed the latest changes to the UK's traffic light travel system, which saw a further seven destinations added to the green list - and the decision to move France from amber-plus to amber from this Sunday.
But the UK airline industry is warning thousands of jobs could be lost unless the furlough scheme, which is due to end in September, is extended.
Tim Alderslade, chief executive of industry body Airlines UK, says travel remains one of the "few sectors that cannot reopen properly".
"We've now had two summers of precious little revenue and we're at the limit of what we can borrow," he says. "Tens of thousands of jobs are at stake and without furlough it will be very tough."
The government says it is providing an "unprecedented package" of support to protect jobs and businesses.
A government spokesperson says: “Businesses across the economy including the travel industry can draw on £350bn worth of loans, rates relief, VAT deferrals and the furlough scheme.
“We estimate that by the end of September 2021 the air transport sector will have benefited from around £7bn of government support."
Currently, furloughed employees continue to receive 80% of their salary - until 30 September - with an employer contribution of 20% this month and next