The Government added seven countries to the green travel list yesterday.
Canada is being added to the green list from Monday at 4am in advance of it opening up to double-jabbed Britons from September 7th.
The Azores, is also being added to the green list as are Finland, Denmark, Switzerland, Lithuania and Liechtenstein.
It means that unvaccinated travellers can visit them without having to quarantine on their return.
However there was disappointment as popular travel destination Turkey remained on the red list along with Pakistan with Thailand and Montenegro added to that list with people returning from those countries having to hotel quarantine for at least 10 days at a cost of £2,285 per person.
Charlie Cornish, CEO of Manchester Airport Group said: “Today’s announcement will have a positive impact on the options available to those looking to go on holiday in the remaining days of the summer season.
“But in reality, these changes will make little difference to the overall recovery of the UK travel industry, which is already recovering at less than half the pace of the rest of Europe.
“Europe’s stronger recovery has been driven by the removal of testing requirements on vaccinated travellers.
“Unless the UK also removes the need for people with full immunity to take these tests, we will continue to squander the advantage our world-leading vaccination programme was supposed to deliver, while passengers on the continent travel restriction-free to low-risk destinations.
“Government cannot wait until the 1stOctober to make changes to the travel regime and must press ahead with an overhaul of its traffic light system immediately.
“We must arrive at a simpler, more affordable and sustainable travel framework to enable the best possible winter season and give customers the confidence to book ahead for 2022.”