UK Disney fans, rejoice. is taking to the skies once more from July 20th. Though don’t rejoice too hard, as there are still a fair few obstacles in the way of your .
We recently wrote a piece pondering how the pandemic’s impact on rejection of would affect fans looking to get to or California from . and in particular, its
Well, while Heathrow , routes do seem to be opening up to many Disney destinations. still seems intent on shifting flights from to
will fly from Heathrow to , , Los Angeles, and Shanghai from July 20th
In addition to New York, The and , two popular vacation destinations. will now from the UK to four key Disney destinations, including , the home of
Check out the tweet from below outlining the details on a to , , Shanghai, or .
We’re taking to the skies again. We’ll be flying from @HeathrowAirport to Orlando, New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Shanghai from the 20th July. And with our brand new health and safety measures in place, you can be sure you can fly safe, and fly well: https://t.co/BCk1jCKFcq pic.twitter.com/2bqqBtUD7h
— virginatlantic (@VirginAtlantic) June 4, 2020
What hasn’t told you about a
Don’t get your Mickey Mouse ears on just yet though fans. Despite this being a positive step forward, your isn’t set in stone just yet.
As one perceptive Twitter user asked; what about getting a visa? seems to have wished nobody asked, as their advice confirms that in the current situation, most of us are still going nowhere.
How is this going to work if UK citizens are currently prohibited from flying to USA?
— Scott Tulloch (@TattooedAndBald) June 4, 2020
come with one big hiccup
Assuming that to the US is allowed, consider one more big thing before your with the ; quarantine.
As of yesterday, most UK residents will have to self-isolate for 14 days after outside of the common area and can incur a hefty fine for failing to do so.
So before your to , , or , make sure that you carefully read up on all the latest government guidance. As a UK resident, I’m itching to get back to my favorite for a summer , but we have to go at the pace of the rest of the world.
But at least for now, taking to the skies in July looks like a step in the right direction.
Are you a UK resident? Will you be traveling with when you can? Let us know in the comments below.on a Disney