DFDS expects slow growth in passenger traffic on the English Channel

The UK has eased its Covid-19 restrictions, prompting DFDS to expect more passengers on the English Channel. However, passenger traffic will normalize in 2023 at the earliest, reports DFDS.

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From October 4, travelers to the UK will no longer be required to take a PCR test ahead of their entry, and this will give passenger traffic on the English Channel a push, expects DFDS.

The new travel regulations were announced by the British government last Friday.

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