The Czech Republic, Greece and other countries could follow the two nations on the list of dangerous countries this week.
And Croatia has already been banned by Britain’s Foreign Office, amid an alarming rise in coronavirus cases.
Jet2, Ryanair, EasyJet, and TUI are updating their flight schedules amid the uncertainty – so where can you fly? And when?
People don’t have much longer to enjoy the summer vacation.
easyJet has canceled its package holidays to France, but continues to fly to certain destinations – and even offers flights to Spain.
Spain was added to the quarantine list as cases spiked across the country, Herts Live reports.
Travel to Spain is only advised by the government if it is essential and those who return should self-isolate for 14 days.
TUI only operates vacations in Greece, Italy and Turkey.
Portugal will be added to the list on August 29, followed by Jamaica from September 2.
Holidays booked between July 23 and September 30 can be changed free of charge.
Ryanair still serves Spain and France and those who choose not to fly due to FCO rules will not be able to receive a refund.
The low-budget carrier has lowered its flight change fees for all new bookings made for travel in July, August and September with travel through December 31.
Ryanair reduces its flight capacity by almost 20% in September and October.
British Airways customers can change the dates and destination of their reservation without incurring any change fees, although they will be charged any price difference.
Additionally, if you decide you no longer wish to travel, you can cancel your booking and BA will issue you with a voucher of the same value for a future booking.
Jet2 recently announced that it will resume flights to Spain, the Canaries and the Balearic Islands next weekend, although the country remains on the UK’s quarantine list.
Flights to Portugal also restarted this week after the country was added to the “safe” list.
A spokesperson said: “Due to government travel advice in all parts of Spain, we have made the decision to suspend flights and vacations to mainland Spain (Alicante and Malaga), the Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote) and the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza) until August 29 inclusive.
“For bookings to travel to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands from August 30, we will provide an additional update once we receive further confirmation from the government.
“No one wants customers to vacation on vacation more than we do, and we once again urge the government to implement a targeted approach to travel advice, instead of the current blanket ban approach.
“We would like to thank our customers for their continued patience and understanding. “