Jet2.com has delayed the restart of its holiday getaway functions in the wake of the launch of a report from the government on the reopening of borders.
The leisure operator had hoped to return upcoming month, but has now cancelled all holidays prior to June 23rd.
“We have taken time to research the Global Travel Taskforce’s framework, and we are incredibly disappointed at the deficiency of clarity and depth,” said Steve Heapy, chief executive of Jet2.com.
“After several weeks checking out how to restart global journey, with significant assistance and input from the market, the framework lacks any demanding depth about how to get global vacation likely all over again.
“In reality, the framework is nearly the same as six months back.”
He additional: “Following the publication of the framework right now, we however do not know when we can start to fly, the place we can fly to and the availability and expense of screening.
“Rather than answering concerns, the framework leaves everyone asking much more.”
Heapy mentioned, where by prospects nevertheless to journey are affected by any programme variations, Jet2.com will automatically terminate their scheduling with a complete refund.
He included: “It has been more than a calendar year considering the fact that intercontinental vacation was first suspended because of the pandemic.
“Much has been accomplished in that time, producing it even a lot more discouraging that we are nevertheless to get a distinct framework on how to restart intercontinental journey.
“We know it can be finished, in a protected and safe way, and we will continue on to assistance the govt to achieve this.”