Heathrow and Gatwick: TUI, Ryanair and Jet2 have canceled holidays in these countries for June and July


Following changes to travel rules, UK tour operators have announced their full lists of canceled flights.

Travel and tourism companies like TUI, Ryanair and Jet2 continually review their offerings as the number of Covid-19 cases fluctuate across Europe.

But following the announcement of an updated traffic light system by the UK government, holiday providers have more certainty about where people can go.

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TUI has updated its policy every three weeks in line with government updates, with the next due on July 15.

Meanwhile, Jet2 has canceled all flights to Orange List countries until July 14.

Likewise, Ryanair has offered its customers new free reservations in the event that countries are placed on the orange or red lists.

Here are the latest updates from travel suppliers:


Ryanair has removed rescheduling fees on flights due to pandemic

Ryanair has removed booking fees for travelers who need to change their flight dates.

The travel agency explained that it will not charge customers for any new bookings made before September 30 for flights this year.

An article on their website reads, “We know your plans may change, so we’ve waived our flight change fees for all new bookings made before September 30, 2021, for travel before December 31, 2021.

“You can now make up to two flight changes to travel by December 31, 2021. This gives you total flexibility and peace of mind. “


Jet2.com is one of the most popular tour operators and tour operators.

Jet2 has also canceled all flights to Amber List countries until July 14, but is preparing flights to go-ahead destinations.

The company wrote on Twitter: “We welcome the UK government’s recent update of the traffic light policy green list with the addition of the Balearic Islands, Malta and Madeira.

“Now we clearly know where we can go. We are preparing everything for the restart of our international flights and holidays from July 1st.

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“For the destinations currently on the orange list, we have made the decision to cancel flights until July 14, 2021 inclusive and we will continue to review our program in accordance with government updates.

“When clients are affected by the program changes described above, we will automatically cancel their reservations with a full refund, and our team of experts will contact you to help them rebook their summer getaway. “


A TUI flight leaves for Madeira from Gatwick airport
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TUI’s website says, “All customers affected by these cancellations will be contacted directly and may request a full cash refund, or move to a later date or other holiday and receive a booking incentive. “

Holidaymakers will no longer be able to travel to Bulgaria, Cape Verde, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Italy, mainland Spain, Mexico, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey and all TUI Lakes & Mountains destinations until July 21.

TUI also had to cancel all public holidays which include non-TUI flights to Canada, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand , Tobago, the United Arab Emirates and the United States until July 21 inclusive.

Flights to Zakynthos have also been canceled until June 28 inclusive.

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