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- Some flights are subject to changes as airlines respond to government updates.

UK news Airlines issue latest travel advice for Brits planning on travelling abroad last minute news


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- Some flights are subject to changes as airlines respond to government updates.

UK news Airlines issue latest travel advice for Brits planning on travelling abroad  last minute news
06 April 2021 - 15:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Airlines have introduced new summer routes, combined with flexible rescheduling options, to entice British holidaymakers to travel when coronavirus restirctions allow it. Currently foreign holidays are banned in the UK, with £5,000 fines in England for people caught travelling abroad without a good reason. Under the current plan for easing restrictions, the earliest date people in England could go abroad for a holiday would be 17 May and people are advised to not book holidays until "the picture is clearer". Downing Street has confirmed when the rules are relaxed there will be a risk-based 'traffic-light' system with red, amber and green ratings for countries around the world. It is not yet known which of the three tiers announced by Boris Johnson yesterday (April 5) sunny destinations such as Spain, Greece, Italy, France and Turkey will fall in. Below we have collected the latest travel advice from Jet2, easyJet, TUI and Ryanair. CambridgeshireLive email updates: We bring the stories to you Signing up to the CambridgeshireLive newsletter means you'll receive our daily news email. It couldn't be simpler and it takes seconds - simply click here, enter your email address and follow the instructions. You can also enter your address at the top of this page in the box below the picture on most desktop and mobile platforms. Changed your mind? There's an 'unsubscribe' button at the bottom of every newsletter we send out. Jet2 A Jet2.com aircraft All Jet2 flights have been suspended up to and including May 16. The airline says it will provide an update on flights from May 17 onwards "closer to the time". If your flight has been cancelled, you will automatically receive a full refund. But if your booking was not directly with Jet2 but through an online agent, you should get in touch with them instead. Jet2holidays has also signed up to BBC Watchdog’s ‘Package Holiday Pledge’, which includes the following commitments: If flights are cancelled or changed because of COVID-19, customers can rebook without incurring amendment charges. If FCDO advice changes to warn against all but essential travel to the destination country, customers can rebook without incurring amendment charges for any element of the booked package. If a customer or a member of their household receives a positive COVID test prior to travelling, they can rebook without incurring amendment charges for any element of the booked package. If any element of the booking is not available and Jet2holidays is unable to offer an equivalent holiday (in line with ABTA’s definition of a ‘significant’ change to a booking), customers will receive a full refund. Refunds will be paid within 14 days of cancellation. If – between booking and departure - the UK imposes quarantine on arrivals from the destination country, customers will be entitled to change or cancel their booking without incurring charges for any element of their package.

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. In its latest update, issued last week, easyJet said it was planning to operate "as many flights as possible over the coming days." You should keep in mind however, that these are subject to change at short notice. If you are affected with cancellations, you will be able to choose between switching to another flight for free, receiving a voucher for the full value of your ticket or requesting a refund. At the same time, easyJet and easyJet holidays have added new routes and package holidays to European destinations across Spain, Portugal, and Greece from Birmingham Airport. From June29, passengers will be able to travel from the Midlands Hub to Majorca, Málaga and Alicante in Spain, Faro in Portugal, and Corfu in Greece. Read More Related Articles Cambridgeshire couple celebrate 'inspirational' 10 years of fostering Read More Related Articles Almost half of Cambs towns and villages are now virtually Covid-free TUI TUI Boeing 737-8K5 (Image: Peter Byrne/PA Wire) Following the government announcement about the new traffic light system, TUI has issued an update. The holiday provider says: "We are yet to receive the full detail for each category, including what testing requirements may be needed and what colour your destination may be. "However, our TUI Holiday Promise for Green and Amber destinations remains the same for continued peace of mind. If prior to your departure date you know that you will need to quarantine on your return to the UK, you will have the option to change your holiday for free to another time. You’ll also be able to change your holiday for free if you’re unable to travel due to new testing or vaccination requirements." If your holiday is to a country that is then moved to the red list, your booking will be cancelled and you will be able to amend to another date for free, or you can request a full refund. The same will apply if your destination requires you to quarantine on arrival. The free changes policy has been extended to the end of July. If your holiday is cancelled, TUI days it will be in touch with you directly and aim to give you at least seven days’ notice. Ryanair (Image: PA) Ryanair has continued to fly throughout the pandemic but flight itineraries remain subject to change. If your flight gets cancelled, you are entitled to a full refund from the airline, or change your journey for a later date for free. However, if you are no longer able to travel but your flight is still going ahead, you will only be given the option to rebook. Ryanair announced in March it was expanding its UK Summer 2021 schedule, including 26 new routes to popular holiday destinations in France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. The schedule is due to run as far out as October 2021.

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