Nicola Sturgeon has warned that she may only initially lift international travel restrictions for Scots who want to go abroad to meet family, and not sunseekers wanting a foreign holiday. The First Minister told a BBC One Scotland Holyrood election leaders' debate that she would consider the UK Government's traffic light scheme, which may allow holidaymakers to fly from English airports to Europe's top holiday destinations from next month. But she warned she was prepared to maintain restrictions on flying from Scotland's airports "for a little bit longer" to allow her to "open up much greater normality domestically". Ms Sturgeon said: "It may be that restrictions on international travel are the price we have to pay for that, and when we do open up we focus on family reunification before holidays". Although she said she wanted a deal on common arrangements with the UK Government and her Welsh and Northern Irish counterparts, she said it had to be "on the right four nations basis". However, she and the other party leaders failed to spell out how the Scottish Government could stop sunseekers getting round her restrictions by flying from English airports. UK ministers will meet this week to agree a limited "green list" of about a dozen countries that people from England can travel to from May 17 without having to quarantine on their return. However, this list could be expanded next month to include Spain, Greece and France. Ms Sturgeon's current regime is already stricter than England's, with arrivals from all countries forced to quarantine in a hotel. However, it was unclear how airlines and border control officers would distinguish between passengers travelling for leisure and family purposes.