New UK Quarantine measure cause price soar amid rush Cross-Channel train operator Eurostar says

New UK Quarantine measure cause price soar amid rush Cross-Channel train operator Eurostar says

Coronavirus Hit  UK Prices

The new UK Coronavirus [Covid-19] quarantine measure have caused price soar amid rush according to Cross-Channel train operator Eurostar. Available seats on services between Paris and London on Friday- ahead of the imposition of quarantine measures in the UK.

A review of prices on the Eurostar website showed the cheapest seat was priced at £209.50 for a one-way journey on Friday afternoon.The final service with availability was the 17:13 CET service - with seats available from £269.50.

A spokesperson said the operator will "continue to monitor demand and adapt our timetable accordingly to ensure that those that need to travel can continue to do so at a safe distance apart".

Meanwhile, air fares are more than six times higher than normal for flights from Paris to London on Friday, with the cheapest British Airways tickets being sold for £451 and Air France seats costing £531.

Google Flight data on Friday morning showed just three flights between the Paris and London had available seats throughout the rest of the day. There are an estimated 160,000 Britons currently in France.




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