Jet2holidays has extended cancellations to its Spain and Malta programmes into 2021, and revealed it is unlikely to restart flights to three of is four destinations in Turkey until the spring.
All holidays to Majorca departing up to and including 10 February 2021 have been cancelled, Jet2 told trade partners on Wednesday (14 October).
Majorca flights are now due to restart from 11 February 2021, subject to Jet2.com’s new flying programme.
In Turkey, all holidays departing up to and including 14 November have been cancelled.
Flights to Dalaman are now scheduled to restart from 26 March 2021, and to Izmir and Bodrum from 29 April 2021, again, subject to Jet2.com’s new flying programme.
Elsewhere, all holidays to Malta departing up to and including 13 February 2021 have also been cancelled.
Flights to Malta are provisionally due to restart from 14 February 2021.
Affected holidays will be cancelled automatically, with no action required by agents.
Meanwhile, Jet2 also issued an update on its Jet2CityBreaks programme on Wednesday.
All Berlin, Cologne, Copenhagen and Vienna city breaks have been cancelled, as have all holidays to Krakow departing up to and including 23 November and Barcelona departing up to and including 10 February 2021.
Krakow flights are now scheduled to restart from 26 November, and Barcelona from 11 February 2021 – both potentially subject to further changes to Jet2.com’s flying programme.