EasyJet has cancelled all but one of its routes to Sharm el-Sheikh for summer 2016.
The operator said as a result of reduced demand it has pulled flights from Manchester, Luton and Gatwick to the resort, but is planning to operate twice-weekly flights out of Stansted from May 29.
However, a spokesperson for the airline said the remaining route’s operation would depend on the government removing advice against all but essential travel by air to and from the destination.
The advice has been in place since November following the bombing of a Russian aircraft departing the destination in October, killing all on board.
The spokesperson said: “Due to the reduced demand the suspension of flights has caused, easyJet has now taken the decision to cancel flights to Sharm for the rest of this summer from Manchester, Luton and Gatwick.
“As we expect there still to be some demand from people across the UK to fly to Sharm this summer we are planning to operate our twice weekly flights scheduled to Sharm from London Stansted airport.
“We have no confirmation from the UK Government that we will be able to resume flights yet, but if we are these will be the only easyJet flights to Sharm el-Sheikh this summer. These flights are scheduled to operate from 29 May 2016.
“Customers due to travel on cancelled flights can switch the full value of their booking to any other destination on the easyJet network, receive a full refund or opt for a transfer onto a Stansted flight.
“We would like to apologise for the inconvenience caused by the reduced service.
“Assuming the government’s travel advice does change easyJet expects to resume services from Manchester, Luton and Gatwick from the beginning of the winter season in October 2016.”