Now summer holidays are back on the cards for Britons, it’s important travellers remain up-to-date with airline updates. After months in lockdown, Britons are now allowed to enjoy a summer holiday abroad. TUI, Ryanair, Jet2 and easyJet are just some of the airlines that are jetting Britons overseas to some of their favourite holiday destinations.
Airlines have now released their summer routes with flights now jetting off from multiple destinations in the UK.
Here’s everything you need to know.
TUI resumed flying this month on July 11 with its first flight departing from London Gatwick to Ibiza, and Birmingham to Palma.
The airline is operating 44 flights a week to eight destinations between July 11 and July 24.
On July 25, the airline will increase to 19 destinations.
From August, TUI is expected to increase its flights further.
TUI, Ryanair, Jet2 and easyJet flights & destination updates
TUI, Ryanair, Jet2 and easyJet are just some of the airlines that are jetting Britons overseas
Currently, the airline is flying to a number of destinations including Spain, Italy and Greece.
Since July 11, TUI has been flying to Palma in Majorca, and Ibiza.
TUI flights to Malaga will re-start from July 26, and Alicante from July 25.
Destinations in Greece include Kos, Rhodes, Heraklion in Crete and Corfu.
Flights to Zante will begin from July 25.
Ryanair restarted its flights in June and is now flying to destinations such as Alicante in Spain.
Ryanair has returned to 40 percent of its regular schedule from July 1.
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In a recent announcement, Ryanair said that customers who book to travel with them in September will be able to move their flights for free until December 31, 2020.
The budget airline has recently cut flights between the UK and Republic of Ireland.
This is because the Republic of Ireland is requiring visitors from abroad (except Northern Ireland) to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.
A spokesperson for Ryanair said: “When the UK and Northern Ireland removed travel restrictions on short haul flights to/from the European Union, Ireland became the only country in the EU with a blanket 14 day quarantine restriction on all arrivals from EU countries, most of which have lower Covid case rates than Ireland.”
It added: “Ryanair will significantly reduce its flights between Ireland and the UK in August & September, to reflect this suppressed demand.”
Jet2 resumed flights on July 15.
The budget airline is offering up flights to destinations such as the Canaries, Balearics, Spain, Turkey, Greece and Italy.
The airline will be flying to 44 destinations this summer.
Airlines have now released their summer routes
From July, Jet2 is offering flights to mainland Spain, Turkey, Croatia, France and Greece.
From August 1, the airline will be flying to Larnaca and Paphos in Cyprus and Portugal.
From September Jet2 will be flying to more locations including Prague in the Czech Republic, Rome, Amsterdam in the Netherlands and Krakow in Poland.
Jet2 will be adding more destinations from October.
The airline will be resuming flights from across the UK to more destinations from August 1.
In July, the airline is operating from the UK to routes in Italy, France, Spain, Turkey and Greece.
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Chief Commercial, Marketing and Planning Officer, Robert Carey, said: “We are really pleased to be able to be resuming flights to even more destinations throughout August to get customers away on their much-needed summer holiday this year.
“Of course, the safety and wellbeing of our customers and crew remains our highest priority.
“This is why we have implemented a number of measures enhancing safety at each part of the journey from disinfecting the aircraft to requiring customers and crew to wear masks.
“These measures will remain in place for as long as is needed to ensure customers and crew are able to fly safely as the world continues to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.”