After the coronavirus pandemic ground the travel industry to a halt, things are slowly starting to get back to normal.
While the FCO still advises against non-essential travel, other countries are lifting restrictions and opening their borders to tourism once more.
And airlines are preparing for a time when Brits get the green light, and can go abroad for their summer holidays.
Jet2 is planning on resuming its flight programme on 1 July 2020.
If you have a Jet2 flight or holiday booked before then, it won’t be going ahead and you should wait for Jet2 to get in contact with you.
If you have a flight booked on or after 1 July, here’s what you need to know:
Where will Jet2 be flying?
Jet2 will be flying to a long list of destinations in July.
Flights to Spain will go to Barcelona, Alicante, Girona, Fuerteventura, Reus, Malaga, Lanzarote, Ibiza, Almeria, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Menorca.
It will be flying to Malta , Faro in Portugal , Innsbruck in Austria , and Paphos and Larnaca in Cyprus .
In Italy Jet2 will be flying to Rome Fiumicino, Verona, Venice and Pisa, and in the Czech Republic it’ll be flying to Prague.
It will fly to Izmir, Dalaman and Bodrum in Turkey , Tivat in Montenegro and Nice in France , as well as Krakow in Poland and Bourgas in Bulgaria.
Flights will go to Kalamata, Kefalonia, Rhodes, Corfu, Zante and Thessaloniki in Greece and Dubrovnkik, Split and Pula in Croatia .
More destinations will be added to the flight schedule in August.
What will the social distancing rules be?
Jet2 is disinfecting all of its aircraft and transfer coaches on a daily basis.
It does not currently require passengers to wear face masks on board, as it states Public Health England (PHE) advises against wearing them outside a clinical setting.
The Jet2 website adds: “PHE state that if you’re fit and well, with no symptoms, there’s no evidence that wearing face masks as a general prevention measure is helpful.”
You should check the rules of the airport before travelling, as they may have additional requirements to those of the airline.
Can I change my flight?
If you’re not sure when you’ll be travelling, you can also request a credit note to be used on a booking in the future.
If you are booked on a flight after 30 June 2020 that is going ahead, you will be subject to Jet2’s normal terms and conditions if you want to cancel.
Can I go on holiday?
The FCO currently advises against all but essential foreign travel, and until this changes, you should not go on holiday.