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Britain, facing airline pressure, considers easing restrictions for vaccinated travellers

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By Alistair Smout and Sarah Young LONDON (Reuters) -Britain is considering easing travel restrictions for double vaccinated people, a move which would placate airlines who are threatening legal action against the government’s strict curbs on trips abroad. Pressure is building in the aviation industry, with airlines desperate for restrictions to be relaxed in time for July and the peak season when they make most of their profits, but Britain sticking to quarantine requirements which deter travel. Europe’s biggest airline Ryanair is set to file papers on Thursday to launch legal action against B…

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