Jet2 and TUI Stop Flying to The Islands

Canary Islands

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The decision of the United Kingdom to advise against traveling to the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands due to the coronavirus crisis had just a few hours after its first negative consequences for the connectivity of the Islands. Jet2 and TUI airlines announced that they stopped flying to the Canary Islands, which entails a loss of 24,300 weekly seats for the Archipelago , most of which correspond to Jet2, with 18,900, while 5,400 correspond to TUI.

The cancellations will take effect from this Tuesday and Jet2 published a statement on its website on Monday advising all those passengers who were planning to fly to Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote or Fuerteventura not to go to the airport since These flights will not be operated, as in the case of Menorca, Ibiza and Mallorca. The company ensures that this decision is made according to the changing reality and guarantees that all those British who are in the archipelagos will be able to return to their country.