Jet2.com and Jet2holidays will restart its flight and holiday programmes from Edinburgh and Glasgow airports next week.
The airline and operator will offer travel to amber list destinations after Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon on Tuesday (13 July) confirmed the government would ease its quarantine rules for fully vaccinated amber list arrivals from Monday (19 July).
Steve Heapy, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays chief executive, branded the move "very welcome news" and "another positive step forward" for holidaymakers and the travel industry.
"It finally signals a meaningful restart to international travel and allows our customers to enjoy flights and holidays from Scotland to a wide choice of green and amber list destinations this summer, rather than having just a handful to choose from," said Heapy.
He added the group expected a sharp increase in searches and bookings owing to the "enormous pent-up demand" for holidays from Scotland, adding Jet2 was looking forward to flying customers in Scotland to destinations across Europe and the Med this summer.