Jet2 has cancelled all flights and holidays to Cyprus until August 17.
The holiday company said that due to the country's "prohibitive entry restrictions it has "no choice" but to suspend flights and holidays to Larnaca and Paphos up to and including August 16.
From 1 August, the Republic of Cyprus government have stated that the UK will move to Category B which means Brits will be able to visit providing they follow strict requirements.
These include providing a negative PCR test on arrival, obtained within 72 hours before travel.
Coronavirus-test results can be in the form of an email or SMS but must include the date and time when the test was taken and state the type of test, which should be PCR.
All travellers to Cyprus must also complete a Cyprus Flight Pass before travelling which has your CR test result uploaded within 24 hours of your departure.
You will then need to present this prior to boarding and on arrival at immigration – reports Mirror Online.
A Jet2 spokesperson said: “Because of prohibitive entry restrictions into Cyprus, we have no choice but to suspend flights and holidays to Larnaca and Paphos up to and including 16th August.
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"We continue to urge the Cypriot authorities to review the entry criteria in line with other destinations, so that our customers can enjoy their well-deserved holidays.
“Where customers are affected by any programme changes, we have been repeatedly recognised for how we have been looking after customers, offering the option to rebook with no admin fee, a Refund Credit Note or a full cash refund, and we will be contacting customers to discuss these options.
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“For customers who are due to travel to Cyprus from 17th August onwards, we are continuing to liaise with the authorities in Cyprus and we will provide further updates in due course.
"We would like to thank our customers for their understanding and patience. “