Britain will on Friday consider easing England's COVID-19 rules for international travel.
At present, travellers arriving from a country on the amber list, which includes top tourist destinations Spain, France, the United States and Italy, are required to isolate on arrival.
Airlines renewed their calls on Britain to restart international travel.
There are worries the summer season may be lost for a second year in a row.
Eurowings airliner lands at Palma de Mallorca Airport
"The earliest date by which we will allow for international travel...is the 17th May. That has not changed,"
Tourists arrive at Palma de Mallorca Airport.
"we've got to protect this country and the progress that we've made"
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said last week that the ban on non-essential international travel to and from England will stay until at least May 17.
An aircraft from German flag carrier Lufthansa lands at the international airport in Frankfurt.
These measures will ensure tourism can be restored in a safe way and eliminate fears in source countries regarding overseas travel amongst citizens.
Spain's foreign affairs minister says that safe corridors for the Balearics and the Canaries will be negotiated.
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Air corridors with the UK seemed ever less likely; the number of coronavirus cases increased; and the former king departed.
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The Spanish government has sent London "all the arguments" to justify a quarantine rethink.
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