JET2 is expected to resume flights and vacations from July 15, delaying their restart by two weeks.
The airline said it would introduce new security measures on its aircraft fleet before the reopening.
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Jet2 was forced to block all flights in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, and resumed a number of repatriation flights before stopping all routes.
The company announced today that all customers who travel before July 15 will be contacted, with the option to book their getaway at a later date.
In a statement today, the company said, “Given the current travel restrictions following the Covid-19 pandemic, we made the decision to resume our flight and vacation schedule on July 15 . “
We will introduce a series of security measures on our planes and transfer vehicles.
They continued, “The health and safety of our customers and colleagues is our top priority, and we continue to monitor the situation very closely.
“We are working closely with all the relevant authorities to ensure the safety and well-being of all who benefit from our flights and vacations, and we will introduce a series of security measures on our planes and transfer vehicles. ”
Other airlines have announced plans to resume this summer – easyJet will re-launch a limited number of flights from the UK and Europe from June 15.
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The airline said it was “introducing new measures to ensure safety and well-being, including improved cleaning and disinfection of aircraft and the requirement for passengers and crew to wear masks.”
Ryanair and British Airways are scheduled to resume flights in July, although all dates are subject to change depending on the pandemic.
The UK still advises against all non-essential overseas travel, which should not be lifted anytime soon.