By Matthew Roscoe • 29 October 2020 • 15:30
Jet2 to restart Scottish amber list flights. CREDIT: Twitter
MORE flights have been cancelled as Jet2 stops flights to Spain and the Balearics until February 2021.
Despite positive news recently that flights to the Canary Islands would be resuming in the next few days, this latest news from the tour operator will come as a massive blow to holidaymakers as the coronavirus continues to cause havoc to air travel across Europe.
Flights to Tenerife, Lanzarote, and Gran Canaria are back on the cards are they were removed from the quarantine list last week but now flights to Barcelona, Alicante, Malaga and Ibiza have been cancelled until next year.
Jet2 stopping flights to Spain and the Balearics means they join Palma, Faro and Malta in February 2021 returns.
In a statement, Jet2 explained why more flights were cancelled: “In line with FCDO (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) travel advice affecting many of our European destinations, we are constantly reviewing our flights and holidays programmes.
“Following a number of recent updates, we would like to advise of our planned restart dates to several destinations which are currently affected by our programme changes.”
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