Manchester news TUI and Jet2 issue holiday and flight updates following roadmap announcement Manchester united news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Airlines have reacted after it was announced foreign holidays could resume in May
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Jet2 and Tui have issued updates for travellers following the Prime Minister's roadmap announcement on Monday. The Prime Minister said on Monday that a government taskforce will produce a report by April 12 recommending how international trips can resume for people in England. Foreign holidays could then be permitted from May 17. Following the announcement on Monday many airlines reported a surge in summer bookings. EasyJet said bookings by UK customers for the summer season were more than four times higher compared with the same period during the previous week. Tui recorded a six-fold increase in bookings, making Monday its busiest day in more than a month. Jet2.com and its package holiday arm Jet2holidays said total bookings were seven times higher following the announcement, with strong demand for Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. And online travel firm Thomas Cook said traffic to its website was up 75% on Monday as people rushed to book holidays for this summer and 2022. However some airlines have also started releasing statements announcing further flight and holiday cancellations as a result of the roadmap. Jet2 Jet2 has cancelled flights until May (Image: PA) Jet2.com said: "Due to the ongoing uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and government travel restrictions, we've decided to extend the suspension of all flights up to and including 16 May 2021. "If you've been affected by these programme changes, we'll be automatically cancelling your booking with a full refund. Please be patient with us as we do this. "If you're due to travel from 17 May 2021 onwards, we'll provide an update closer to the time.
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.g. On the Beach or loveholidays), you’ll need to get in touch with them directly. "Our customers are our priority. And during the pandemic, we’ve been repeatedly recognised by the media, consumer organisations and our customers for how we’ve been looking after those who have been affected by programme changes. "And we’re really proud of that!" You can find out more on Jet2.com flights and holidays HERE.
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TUI previously announced that all its holidays are cancelled til March
Tui's managing director in the UK and Ireland, Andrew Flintham said it was "positive and shows that by working with the travel industry on a risk-based framework our customers will have the opportunity to travel abroad this summer. "We will continue to work closely with the government so people can look forward to a well-deserved break away, after what has been a very difficult year for many. “We know there’s a huge demand to travel, with demand for Greece, Spain and Turkey from July onwards the most booked overnight, with bookings up 500 per cent. “In line with the UK government’s latest lockdown announcement, all TUI holidays from England will not operate before 17 May. We will be contacting impacted customers directly, in departure date order, to discuss their options, which will include amending to a later date with an incentive or cancelling and receiving a full refund. “We know our customers are looking forward to their holidays, so to offer continued flexibility and reassurance, we have extended our free changes policy to the end of June. "Those due to travel between 17 May and the end of June can change their booking to a later date fee-free.” You can find out more on TUI flights and holidays HERE.
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