As Health Secretary Matt Hancock warns that Brits are unlikely to be able to go on foreign holidays this summer, many customers have been left wondering about their bookings this winter.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has advised against all but essential international travel since March 17, while domestic holidays are not allowed due to the Government's lockdown orders issued six days later.
With updates coming in every day, it's important to keep up with the latest travel news.
Currently policies vary for each airline, so the Express has put this handy guide together for those travelling this winter.
Jet2 has said it will recommence its flight programme on June 17, 2020.
If you are travelling before this date, your booking will be affected as the flight won’t be operating.
Customers travelling after the planned recommence date are still bound by Jet2’s normal terms and conditions, which means they could face financial losses.
A Jet2 statement reads: “If you’ve made a booking that’s currently unaffected and you would like to either amend it or cancel, this will be in line with our terms and conditions."
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According to Jet2's terms and conditions: "If you decide to cancel your whole booking or to cancel an individual passenger in your party, we do not provide any refund and strongly recommend all people travelling put in place appropriate personal travel insurance from the date of booking."
The airline assures it is working in accordance with all safety guidelines issued by authorities.
It says: “We understand that you may have concerns about your flight(s). The health and safety of our customers is always our number one priority, so we’re continuing to monitor the situation very closely and will adjust our programme accordingly where necessary.”
Jet2 has been contacted by the Express for further details.
Ryanair announced it will operate nearly 1,000 flights per day from July 1 subject to European countries lifting flight restrictions and "effective public health measures" being put in place at airports.
The plan involves 90% of the airline's pre-Covid-19 route network being restored, but on reduced frequencies.
Customers with future bookings are advised to hold onto them until the airline cancels.
Should Ryanair operate the flight as planned, customers who chose to cancel may not be entitled to a refund.
For those who have had their journeys cancelled by the airline, they will be issued with a "refund voucher" which can be used to book a new journey with the airline.
If customers do not wish to accept the voucher, they must contact the airline and will be placed in a queue until the pandemic is passed.
Due to the unprecedented nature of the pandemic, EasyJet has been cancelling flights on a seven-day rolling basis.
This means that winter travel plans remain largely uncertain, but even for those concerned, they are advised not to cancel their flight unless an airline representative gets in contact.
An EasyJet spokesperson said: "At this stage, there can be no certainty of the date for restarting commercial flights as this will depend on national travel restrictions and customer demand.
"We are working closely with local authorities and the relevant regulators to monitor the situation across Europe so that we remain informed of when restrictions could change and when flying can resume.
"We anticipate this will be a minimal schedule at first, which will vary by country.
"In the meantime, we are maintaining our full fleet of aircraft in a flight-ready condition and putting accelerated procedures in place to ensure flights can resume quickly and safely.
"We continue to work closely with EASA and other agencies to ensure we meet the necessary requirements for crew training as well as any additional health and safety measures that could be introduced to best protect our customers and crew, ensuring we are in compliance with any new ways of operating ready for when flying resumes."
Holiday provider TUI remains optimistic about the future of winter travel plans, with hopes to relaunch its schedule after June 12.
TUI continues to work in line with government guidelines and is frequently reviewing and updating its policy.
A spokesperson added: "Our holidays departing after June 12 2020 are currently due to operate as planned.
"It’s also reassuring for customers to know that all of our package holidays are ATOL protected, so travellers can book their future holidays with confidence.
"If the holiday needs to be cancelled down the track, they will be offered the option to either receive a refund credit with a bonus incentive or a cash refund."