EasyJet has cancelled all Spain package holidays but flights will still operate.
The low-cost airline said it had taken the decision to scrap all package holidays to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands, and the Balearic Islands until July 31.
It follows the UK government’s decision to remove Spain from the ‘air bridge’ list.
It means that all travellers returning to the UK now need to quarantine for 14 days.
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They are offering customers with existing bookings free changes to their booking up to 28 days before departure and “wherever we can in other circumstances”.
But the airline plans to operate their full flight schedule in the coming days.
Customers who no longer wish to travel can transfer their flights without a change fee or receive a voucher for the value of the booking.
EasyJet say should any flights be cancelled for later in August customers will be notified and informed of their options which includes transferring to an alternative flight free of charge, receiving a voucher or applying for a refund via a webform on our dedicated Covid Help Hub at easyJet.com.
Matt Callaghan, customer director of easyJet holidays, said: “We’re really sorry for any disappointment caused to customers due to travel to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands, and the Balearic Islands in the next few weeks.
“We have taken the decision to cancel holidays to these destinations when we restart our operations on August 1.
“This is in line with one of our key commitments to only operate to countries where we believe customers can have a safe and enjoyable holiday.
“We’ve contacted affected customers already and will process a refund for them which will be available very shortly should they wish to book another holiday.
“We also have a very flexible approach for customers with existing bookings who are feeling unsure about travelling and will support with free changes to their booking up to 28 days before departure and wherever we can in other circumstances.”