Flights to amber-listed nations will continue to operate. Bookings to destinations such as Spain and Greece for the end of June have been canceled by the airline. Find out more about when and why.
However, all flights for this month have been canceled due to a slew of changes, including the addition of Portugal, Madeira, and the Azores to the amber list. "Following today's update, we have decided to recommence flights and vacations on July 1, 2021," Jet2 stated in a statement.
Jet2 has canceled a number of flights and vacations to Spain and Portugal until early 2021 due to continued coronavirus travel restrictions. Flights and vacation packages to Malaga and Alicante, Spain, will be halted until February 10, 2021. This comes after the carrier announced on January 15 that it was canceling all flights to and from Europe through March 31.
In addition to its operations in Europe, Jet2 also offers flights to South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, East Asia, and the Pacific Islands.
All JET2 flights from Scotland to Spain have been canceled till July 25. Following the Scottish Government's decision to keep Spain out of quarantine-free zones, the airline canceled flights from Glasgow and Edinburgh airports. Flights to Spain, the Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands will resume on July 25. -- This article is part of a series about what happens after a pandemic.
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JET2 has canceled flights to Malaga, Alicante, and Faro until 2021 since the locations are still on the UK quarantine list. "Flights and vacations to Malaga and Alicante have been canceled till February 10th, 2021." said a JET2 representative.
JET2 has announced that all flights and vacation packages to the Canary Islands have been canceled till the end of next month. It comes only weeks after Jet2 resumed flights to the islands after being removed from the UK's quarantine list. The airline said it was canceling its flights and vacations because "the best interest of our customers and employees is always our number one priority.".
Canary Islands officials said they were aware of Jet2's decision to cancel its flights and vacations but did not know why the company had made such a move. They added that the decision would have an impact on the economy of the region since there are many people who depend on tourism for their livelihood.
Jet2 is a low-cost carrier based in London with offices in several other European cities including Madrid, Amsterdam, and Venice. The airline offers more than 300 daily flights across Europe with most of them stopping at various airports across the Canary Islands.
People looking for alternative travel options within Europe should consider visiting some of the other island countries in the Mediterranean Sea. For example, Spain also has islands located in the Atlantic Ocean so there should be no problem finding another airline that operates flights to these areas of Portugal, France, and Italy.
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The airline aims to restart flights to Munich and Frankfurt, Germany, as well as Madrid and Dublin, Ireland, in March 2021 and May 2021, respectively. Flights to the United Kingdom are in high demand. Will be influenced by the United States and the United Kingdom Bob Mann, an airline industry consultant, warned the Observer about travel recommendations. "They should not be followed," he said. "The government guidelines are very clear on this issue." The director of Britain's Health Protection Agency also urged people not to follow foreign guidance on travel restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak.
American says it will continue to follow all local laws and regulations when determining how to operate its fleet. The company has not announced any changes to its plans yet because of the outbreak.
In addition to the United States, other countries that have restricted travel with China include Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, and Uruguay. Some countries, such as India and Pakistan, restrict travel with Iran too, even though Tehran is not among the most affected cities by COVID-19.
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