Latest updates when TUI, easyJet, Jet2 and Ryanair will start flying again

Some airlines have extended their cancellations while others have started to schedule flightsSHARE

  • 13:45, 28 APR 2020UPDATED11:26, 29 APR 2020

See news near you;desc_url:;oid:18162469;token:undefined;videoTitle:V2hlbiB3aWxsIFVLIGZsaWdodHMgcmVzdW1lPw==;safetyMeta:3&service=ampVideo#amp=1WHEN WILL UK FLIGHTS RESUME? THE VERY LATEST INFORMATION

As we enter another week of lockdown, more and more trips and breaks are being cancelled as a result of coronavirus.

Some countries are starting to relax their restrictions, government advice for Brits is still to avoid all non-essential global travel.

And while some airlines have grounded their commercial operations, others have started to commence international flights.

And while the dates are subject to change as the coronavirus situation develops, this is when the UK’s major airlines and operators say they are looking at flying again.


TUI have now cancelled all holidays due to take place on or before June 11, 2020.  They’ve also axed all of their Marella Cruises until June 30.

Although they say all other holidays after these dates are continuing to operate as planned and will be continuously reviewed.

A statement on their website says: “Due to the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have advised against all but essential travel.

“”Unfortunately due to the ongoing travel restrictions in place, we’re cancelling TUI holidays until 11th June and Marella Cruises until 30th June.  We’d love to take you away on holiday, but as that’s not possible at the moment.


A teenage thug plagued our streets – until 100 people bravely decided to stand up to himVirgin Media had the best response to a man who complained his broadband was downAldi has implemented a new staff face mask policy in all of its supermarkets

“We’ve also made the difficult decision to postpone the launch of TUI River Cruises until 26 November 2020.”


Wizz Air

Wizz Air has now revealed it will restart selected flights from London Luton airport on May 1.

The Hungarian carrier said it would initially operate flights to a small number of destinations, “subject to no further restrictions”.

Flights will depart to Budapest, Belgrade, Belgrade, Tenerife, Tel Aviv, Bratislava and Kosice. Several airports in Romania will also be receiving flights, including Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Craiova, Iasi, Suceava, Targu Mures, Satu Mare and Timisoara

Jet 2

Jet2 and Jet2 Holidays say they are to recommence flights from mid June.

In a statement, a spokesperson said: “Due to the ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we’ve decided to recommence our flights programme on 17 June 2020. If you’re travelling before this date, unfortunately, your booking will be affected as our flights won’t be operating.

“We’re proactively contacting all affected customers in departure date order, which we think is the fairest way – please be patient with us as we do this.”


British Airways


Next confirms store reopening and clearance sale newsTUI issues new flight and holiday updates amid coronavirus crisisVirgin Media had the best response to a man who complained his broadband was down

BA is among a number of airlines planning to offer flights to Israel in May. Direct flights to Tel Aviv are currently available to book on the BA website with dates starting on May 16 2020.


All easyJet flights are grounded until further notice.  Holidays due to take place in May are currently under review.

For those with bookings in June 2020 and onwards, they say should go ahead as planned, and they’ll be in touch if anything changes.

A spokesperson said: “Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, easyJet has decided to ground its fleet until further notice.

“We’re now working through how the coronavirus pandemic may impact future easyJet holidays and we’re looking at this in departure date order.

“We will communicate with those customers affected as soon as we can. Although out of our control, we’re really sorry that some holidays may be impacted. “


Ryanair has grounded 99% of flights, and is only operating a small number of emergency routes. They have now extended this arrangement until at least May 14.

Ryanair say if you have not received an email or SMS regarding cancellation, then your flight is operating as normal. Cancellation emails are being sent roughly two weeks before departure.

The airline said in a statement: “As most EU countries have imposed flight bans or other restrictions, over 99% of Ryanair’s aircraft are grounded for the coming weeks. We will comply with these restrictions at all times.

“We are working with EU Governments to try to keep some minimum flight links open for emergency reasons, even though the passenger loads on these flights is very low. We are extending this limited schedule by two weeks to Thurs 14 May. Ryanair is operating these flights daily or weekly.”

Ryanair have confirmed a normal schedule of commercial flights won’t happen until June 17, 2020.Follow @MENNewsdesk



© 2020 M.E.N Media

Kazan- Kazan National Research Technical University Казанский национальный исследовательский технический университет имени А. Н. Туполева he graduated in Economics in 1982

One Comment on “Aviation mulling resumption

  1. Pingback: Aviation mulling resumption — © blogfactory – ianwattsblog

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: