Some guests could also be exempted from coronavirus quarantine rule
The transport secretary has stated individuals arriving within the UK from nations with low coronavirus infection charges might be exempt from new quarantine guidelines.
The government plans to ask most guests to isolate for 14-days.
Initially, the quarantine - which is predicted to return into impact in early June - shall be "a blanket answer", Grant Shapps stated.
Nevertheless, nations with a low infection fee could possibly be exempted from the principles sooner or later, he stated.
Mr Shapps promised the final particulars of the quarantine plans can be "launched soon" and stated there were "lively discussions" on the coverage. Ministers have indicated that Ireland can be exempt.
Nevertheless, the proposed rules have already attracted the anger of some senior figures in the aviation business.
Airlines worry that folks can be postpone flying if they are required to self-isolate at a personal residence for two weeks as soon as they arrive within the UK.
Earlier on Monday, the boss of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, described the quarantine plans as "idiotic". He stated the coverage had "no credibility" and predicted that it might be gone by June.
"It is idiotic and it is un-implementable. You don't have sufficient police within the UK," he informed BBC's As we speak programme.
Talking in the Commons, Mr Shapps stated: "We should always certainly contemplate additional enhancements, for instance issues like air bridges enabling individuals from different nations who have themselves achieved decrease levels of coronavirus an infection to return to the nation."
"So those are lively discussions however will transcend what is going to initially be a blanket state of affairs."
Greece has referred to as for an exemption from the proposed quarantine rule.
Chatting with the BBC's Coronavirus Newscast, the country's tourism minister, Harry Theoharis, urged the UK to not require Greeks to isolate once they arrive. In return, he stated, Brits might enter Greece.
Final week, the government was pressured to deny that travellers from France can be exempted from the planned coronavirus quarantine measures.
Initially, a joint assertion from the British and French governments stated no quarantine measures would apply.
"No quarantine measures would apply to travellers coming from France at this stage; any measures on both aspect can be taken in a concerted and reciprocal method," says the statement, which was published on the government's website on 10 Might.
"A working group between the two governments might be arrange to ensure this consultation all through the approaching weeks."
The policy attracted a warning from the EU not to single out one nation, while some specialists advised it will show unworkable.
However on Friday, the prime minister's spokesman insisted there was no French exemption, and that the original assertion referred to the necessity for cooperation to manage the widespread border between the two nations.