Jet2holidays has suspended its Turkey holiday programme after the country was struck off Westminster’s quarantine-free travel corridor list this week.
All UK arrivals will have to self-isolate for 14 days as of 4am on Saturday (3 October) transport secretary Grant Shapps confirmed on Thursday (1 October).
Jet2 on Friday (2 October) confirmed all Turkey holidays departing up to and including 17 October will automatically be cancelled, with a refund issued.
Flights to Turkey are currently scheduled to restart from 18 October, subject to Jet2’s new summer 2020 flying programme.
Jet2 has also cancelled all Krakow holidays up to and including 31 October after Poland was also taken off the travel corridor list on Thursday.
Again, holidays will be cancelled automatically and a refund issued.
Krakow flights are due to restart from 1 November, subject to Jet2’s new flying programme.
Agents don’t need to take any immediate action as a result of the changes.
Jet2 says it has holidays available to several alternative destinations, including Madeira, Kos, Rhodes, Corfu, Kefalonia and Cyprus on which agents can rebook clients.