The number of countries on the UK Covid travel red list will be cut from 54 to seven, the government says, reports BBC.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the changes begin on Monday and "mark the next step" in opening travel.
This latest move will be seen as a boost to the airline industry and families separated during the pandemic.
Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Haiti and the Dominican Republic remain on the red list.
Pandemic travel rules in the UK have recently been simplified, with the amber list cut, and advice against holidays changed for 32 countries.