Simon Calder’s ‘Ask me Anything’: the Independent’s Travel Correspondent will answer your questions live

Simon Calder
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Simon Calder, the Independent’s Travel Correspondent (Ed Venner)
Simon Calder, the Independent’s Travel Correspondent (Ed Venner)

Holidays – remember them? They are now legal in England and Wales (though copious terms and conditions apply, especially on “self-contained accommodation”). Scotland will open up further on 26 April.

And with international travel to some destinations possible from 17 May, it’s rational to start dreaming of foreign trips once more.

Many hurdles stand between you and that beach, mountain or exotic city; many travellers are understandably cautious about booking a break.

From passengers’ rights to quarantine rules, flexible bookings to bagging a bargain, I’ll be on hand to answer your travel questions live on Thursday 22 April.

All you have to do is register to submit your question in the comments below. If you’re not already a member, click “sign up” in the comments box to leave your question. Don’t worry if you can’t see your question – they will be hidden until I join the conversation to answer them. Then join us live on this page at 4pm as I tackle as many questions as I can.

Simon is hosting a free event on 28 April, where he’ll untangle the latest news in the world of travel and let you know when, where and how you can go on holiday this summer. You can book a ticket by signing up to his weekly newsletter here.