JET2 has announced on their Twitter feed that it will be extending its flight restrictions to major costa airports until next year.
The notice was published yesterday evening advising of the ban which will affect Malaga and Alicante airports as well as Faro in Portugal.
“Due to the ongoing uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the latest government advice, we have taken the decision to extend the suspension of flights and holidays to Malaga, Alicante and Faro,” said the announcement.
“Flights and holidays to Alicante and Malaga are suspended up to and including February 10 2021.”
The budget airline has promised any customer with travel plans within these dates to these destinations will be processed for a cancellation and a full refund automatically.
Jet2 is also offering £100 (€110) towards the rebooking of a package holiday if confirmed before March 31 2021.
Flights to the Canary islands are currently on hold after the announcement on October 6 of flights being suspended until October 31.
The Balearic Islands are also not being serviced by Jet2 until November 30.
Jet2 is the fifth most important carrier for Malaga airport, with its cancellations likely to see further losses to the Costa del Sol’s tourism market.