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TUI, easyJet and Jet2 have responded quickly to the new travel restrictions imposed by the government yesterday May is the day international travel can return, although that date needs to be reviewed. The big three low-cost tour operators have since canceled all vacations and flights up to that date. You need to know

“In line with the UK Government’s recent ban on all TUI holidays from England, it will not stop until April 17th May, “said TUI in its update of the government roadmap published yesterday

“We will be contacting affected customers directly in the order of departure over the next two weeks to discuss their options This includes changing to a later date with an incentive, receiving a refund credit with an incentive, or canceling and receiving a full refund “

The TUI declaration goes on to say: “Due to the large number of customers affected, we ask you to wait until you have received the e-mail from us before contacting us

“We know that our customers are looking forward to their vacation To continue offering flexibility and security, we’ve extended our free changes policy until the end of June

“Persons who are between 17 Traveling in May and the end of June can change your booking at a later date free of charge

“As we have done throughout the pandemic, we continue to review and adjust our flight schedule to reflect the latest government travel restrictions,” easyJet said

“This means that since the UK Government has indicated that international travel will not return until mid-May, we are now making cancellations for this period

“Customers will be notified directly of canceled flights and given their options, including free transfer to an alternative flight, a voucher for the value of the booking, or a refund”

easyJet added: “Customers can now of course reschedule their flights within the scope of our flexible customer policy

“And for those who want to rebook for next spring, we also have flights for the period from 27 March to 31 On sale May 2022 to give customers even more choice

The holiday company said in a statement today: “The UK government has announced that travel will not be discontinued until April 17th at the earliest May return, so Jet2com and Jet2holidays have decided to suspend flights and public holidays up to and including May 16 May extend

“If customers who have not yet traveled are affected by program changes, Jet2com and Jet2holidays will automatically cancel their booking for a full refund, and their team of travel experts will be in touch to help you plan your summer vacation to book for later in the year “

“Data from Jet2com and Jet2holidays show that bookings in the summer of 21 have increased by 600 percent since 1530 on Monday the 22nd February, with bookings for destinations across the board, including mainland Spain and its islands, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey, “Jet2 said in the statement

“A significant increase in bookings has been recorded from July, which will continue into the rest of the school holidays and into summer 21”

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Source: https://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/1401476/tui-holidays-easyjet-cancelled-jet2-flights-may-roadmap-covid-travel-advice-news-latest