Jet2holidays has cancelled all holidays to Almeria and Murcia in Spain until October 31 as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.
The operator has also cancelled holidays departing from Leeds Bradford to Barcelona until November 16, and from Manchester to Barcelona until October 31.
Holidays from Glasgow to Madeira will also not operate until October 31, though agents can rebook with flights from Edinburgh. Flights from other UK bases to Madeira will continue as planned.
The operator had already suspended its programme to mainland Spain until August 16 and its programme to the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands until August 9 following changes to FCO advice and the removal of Spain from the UK government’s safe list.
The resumption of flights to Cyprus was also pushed back to August 17 due to ongoing requirements stipulated by the Cypriot government, while holidays departing for the Algarve are also scheduled to recommence on the same date. Portugal is also currently not on the government’s safe list, although Madeira and The Azores are exempt from the FCO’s advice against non-essential travel.
Jet2 announced last week that it had added more flights to Greece and Turkey in response to restrictions in the western Mediterranean, with 30,000 new seats put on sale for this summer.
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