The new measures were a response to the growing number of cases Spain had reported giving way to fears of a second wave of Covid-19 in Europe, reports the Liverpool Echo.
Besides mainland Spain, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands are also included in the rules.
Flights to Cyprus were also cut by an airline this week after strict entry restrictions were applied.
Here is the latest news from four major airlines on their flights and plans.
easyJet continues its regular flights to Spain, but offers customers the option to change their reservation.
easyJet said: “We plan to operate our full flight program in Spain in the coming days.
“However, due to recent changes to the quarantine requirements for passengers arriving in the UK from Spain, we understand that customers may wish to change their travel plans.
“If your fight takes place within 14 days, you can currently transfer your flights with no change fees online through Reservations Management.
“All customers who prefer to receive a voucher for the value of their reservation can call our contact center for their voucher code. ”
If your flight is outside of 14 days, our normal terms and conditions apply and you will be able to change your flight without change fees.
Like easyJet, low-cost airline Ryanair says it will not disrupt flights to Spain despite the government’s two-week quarantine.
Neil Sorahan, Chief Financial Officer of Ryanair, told the BBC: “As it stands, the market remains open, the schedules remain in place and we continue to operate in and out of Spain.”
TUI has canceled flights and upcoming vacations to Spain.
A statement read: ‘Due to updated travel advice from the UK Foreign Office advising against all but essential travel to all parts of Spain, TUI UK has now canceled all public holidays to the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands until Tuesday August 4, as well as all holidays. to the Spanish mainland until Monday August 10, 2020.
“Customers who need to travel to all Spanish destinations, including the Balearics and the Canaries, between Sunday July 26 and Sunday August 9 will be able to cancel or modify their vacation and may receive a full refund or the option to book their vacation with an incentive to book. ”
Jet2 has suspended all its flights to Spain and Cyprus.
Regarding Spain, he said: “Following the latest government advice regarding travel to the Balearic and Canary Islands from the UK, we have taken the decision to suspend flights to Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura , Lanzarote, Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza. until August 9, 2020 inclusively.
“We have already suspended our flights to our destinations in mainland Spain (Almeria, Alicante, Malaga and Murcia) until August 16, 2020 inclusive. ”
Speaking from Cyprus, a statement said: “Due to prohibitive entry restrictions in Cyprus, we have no choice but to suspend flights and holidays to Larnaca and Paphos until August 16 inclusive.
“We continue to urge the Cypriot authorities to review the entry criteria for other destinations, so that our clients can enjoy their well-deserved vacation. ”
Customers who are affected by changes will be offered the option to change their reservation at no administrative cost, with a refund credit or full cash refund.