Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is looking forward to getting passengers back in the air following the publication of the Depart for Transport (DfT) safe travel destinations released today and the relaxation of FCO restrictions on non-essential travel.
Commenting on the government’s announcement of quarantine-free travel with a specified list of ‘low-risk’ countries, BCC Director General Dr Adam Marshall said:
Doncaster Sheffield Airport is pleased to announce that following the relaxation of travel restrictions Wizz Air will be restarting operations from DSA tomorrow, 1st July, with the first flights expected to Riga, Krakow, Vilnius and Bucharest .
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s announcement of further easing of Coronavirus restrictions from July 4 in England, including the reopening of culture, tourism and leisure venues as well as a relaxation of the two-metre rule...
A fortnight ago golf courses across Sheffield opened their doors for the first time in months. After many weeks of limited exercise and lockdown, there proved to be extremely high demand for the opportunity to get back out onto the golf course.
As part of Sheffield’s Future High Streets Fund bid, Sheffield City Council and the University of Sheffield plan to include two event spaces on Fargate.
Award winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park was all quiet yesterday after temporarily closing in response to the coronavirus pandemic.