JET2 HAVE released the latest information for customers hoping to travel to a number of major European destinations – and it’s bad news for anyone looking to fly in and out of Spain.
The budget airline confirmed that flights and holidays heading to Malaga, Alicante and Barcelona have had to be suspended until early next year due to coronavirus.
All Jet2 services to the major Spanish airports have been suspended up to and including February 10, 2021.
Other popular European destinations have also been impacted by the changes in the Jet2 flight schedule.
All Jet2 trips to Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Antalya and Rome won’t return until November, while trips to Parma, Venice and Malta won’t be possible with Jet2 until mid February.
Meanwhile flights to Faro will continue as planned up to and including October 31. They will then stop before restarting again on February 11, 2021.
A spokesperson for Jet 2 said: “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.”