Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has announced that it will resume its flights and holidays programme to Cyprus from 17th August, meaning UK holidaymakers can escape to the Cypriot sunshine for the first time since March. … We will also resume our flights and holidays to Paphos on 18th August.
Is Jet2 still flying to Cyprus?
JET2 has cancelled all flights and holidays to Cyprus until August 17. … A Jet2 spokesperson said: “Because of prohibitive entry restrictions into Cyprus, we have no choice but to suspend flights and holidays to Larnaca and Paphos up to and including 16th August.
Has Jet2 Cancelled all flights to Cyprus?
Jet2 has axed all flights and holidays to Cyprus until August 17, the tour operator has confirmed in a statement today. A Jet2 spokesperson said: “Because of prohibitive entry restrictions into Cyprus, we have no choice but to suspend flights and holidays to Larnaca and Paphos up to and including 16th August.
Why are Jet2 not flying to Cyprus?
Jet2 has cancelled flights and holidays to Cyprus until mid-August after the country revealed strict measures for travelling Brits. The operator announced that journeys to Larnaca and Paphos up to and including August 16 would be suspended as a result of the entry restrictions in place.
Are Jet2 resuming flights?
Steve Heapy, chief executive Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “Today marks a big step up for our award-winning operation, as we are now operating flights and holidays to over 40 quarantine-free destinations.
Are TUI Cancelling flights to Cyprus?
However, despite new travel rules set to come into force later this month, the holiday giant has confirmed they are cancelling all holidays to Cyprus, Jamaica, Skiathos, Fuerteventura, Crete (Chania) and La Palma up until various dates later this month.
Are Jet2 flights Cancelled to Fuerteventura?
Jet2 has confirmed it will be cancelling flights to Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura until 17 October 2020. Flights to the Canary Islands were originally due to resume toward the end of September, but the cancellations have been extended in line with government guidance.
Is Jet2 giving refunds for Cancelled flights?
If flights are cancelled by us and we aren’t able to offer a suitable alternative Jet2.com flight, we’ll refund you back to the payment card used to make the original booking. … If we cancel your flights and can’t offer a suitable alternative, we’ll give you a full refund.
Are Jet2 flights to Turkey Cancelled?
Jet2 has cancelled flights to Turkey following the latest traffic light travel review, the airline has confirmed. … Indonesia, Myanmar, Cuba and Sierra Leone were also downgraded from amber to red in the latest review, meaning Brits shouldn’t travel there.
Are Jet2 Cancelling flights to Spain?
Jet2 has cancelled a number of flights and holidays to Spain and Portugal until early 2021 in the face of ongoing coronavirus travel restrictions. Flights and holidays to Malaga and Alicante in Spain will be suspended until the 10th February 2021.
Are Jet2 flights to Portugal Cancelled?
But now all flights for this month have been cancelled amid a spate of changes – including moving Portugal, Madeira and the Azores to the amber list. … Jet2 said in a statement: ‘Following today’s update, we have taken the decision to restart flights and holidays on July 1 2021.
Can I travel to Cyprus without a passport?
Non-EU nationals: To enter Cyprus, you must have a valid passport issued within the past ten years and with at least six months left is required, along with a return ticket and sufficient funds for the length of stay.
Which airlines fly direct to Cyprus?
Of the many carriers offering direct flights to Cyprus, some of the main airlines include:
- British Airways.
- Thomas Cook.
- Turkish Airlines.