Earlier this week, the Foreign Ministry advised against “indefinitely” any non-essential travel.
This has seen a number of travel agencies reschedule their vacation programs.
Jet2 said they would resume flights on June 17 and TUI had canceled the vacations until May 14 inclusive and the vacations at Marella Cruise until May 31 inclusive.
Ryanair also said it expected their flights to not start again until June.
However, easyJet told ECHO that they have not set a date to restart their flights.
Currently, customers cannot book flights for April.
A spokesperson told ECHO: “At this point, there can be no certainty as to when commercial flights will resume, as this will depend on national travel restrictions and customer demand.
“We have an ongoing cancellation program in place and we ended the sale in April so that more customers could not book flights during that month.
“Once a flight is canceled, we will inform passengers and provide them with their options. “