Jet2holidays has pushed back the restart of its Canary Islands programme to late-September.
All holidays departing up to and including 26 September have been cancelled.
Flights will now resume from 27 September, subject to the airline and operator’s new summer 2020 flying programme.
Holidays will automatically be cancelled with a full refund issued; agents don’t need to take any action.
"Jet2holidays have taken the decision to extend the suspension of our flights and holidays programme to the Canary Islands due to the continued Covid-19 pandemic," said the operator in a message to agents on Wednesday afternoon (9 September).
"We still have plenty of holidays available to alternative destinations including the Algarve, Kos, Rhodes, Corfu, Kefalonia, Cyprus and Turkey next week for your customers to rebook."
It comes after Jet2 confirmed on Tuesday (8 September) it had suspended all Crete and Zante holidays departing up to and including 20 September owing to the government’s new 14-day quarantine requirement for arrivals from seven Greek islands.
Jet2’s mainland Spain programme, meanwhile, is suspended up to the end of October, while its Balearic islands programme has been suspended through to the end of November.