Jet2 extends cancellations of all flights and holidays until end of June

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Jet2 extends cancellations of all flights and holidays until end of June


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Jet2 has announced that it will extend its suspension of flights and vacations until June 23.
The vacation company said it would automatically reimburse affected customers and then get in touch to book their getaway for later in the year.

The news comes after Grant Shapps said the British would be able to book vacations for the summer, but did not confirm whether overseas travel could resume from May 17 as hoped.

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said in a statement that the company was “extremely disappointed with the lack of clarity and detail” as part of the Global Travel Taskforce.

Summer vacation is back on the cards – we just don’t know when yet
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He added: “After several weeks of exploring how to restart international travel, with substantial assistance and input from industry, the framework lacks rigorous details on how to revive international travel. since.

“Following the release of the framework today, we still don’t know when we can start flying, where we can fly, and the availability and cost of testing. Rather than answering questions, the framework lets everyone ask for more.

Currently there is a ban on international travel for Brits as part of national lockdowns in the UK. It is hoped that overseas travel can resume from May 17 at the earliest as part of England’s lockdown roadmap, but the government has yet to confirm whether that date could take place.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has confirmed international travel will certainly be allowed to resume this summer, but has not confirmed when that could happen.

The Global Travel Task Force is examining four key factors for resuming travel, everything from Covid variants to vaccine deployments, helping to determine what non-essential travel might look like.

When travel resumes, it will function as a “traffic light” system with destinations on red, amber and green lists that will determine the levels of travel, testing and quarantine required. However, it has not yet been confirmed which destinations will be on which list.

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