Jet2.com has delayed the restart of its vacation operations within the wake of the release of a report from the federal government on the reopening of borders.
The leisure operator had hoped to return subsequent month, however has now cancelled all holidays earlier than June 23rd.
“We’ve got taken time to review the International Journey Taskforce’s framework, and we’re extraordinarily disillusioned on the lack of readability and element,” stated Steve Heapy, chief government of Jet2.com.
“After a number of weeks exploring restart worldwide journey, with substantial help and enter from the business, the framework lacks any rigorous element about get worldwide journey going once more.
“In actual fact, the framework is just about the identical as six months in the past.”
He added: “Following the publication of the framework at this time, we nonetheless have no idea once we can begin to fly, the place we are able to fly to and the supply and price of testing.
“Fairly than answering questions, the framework leaves everybody asking extra.”
Heapy stated, the place clients but to journey are affected by any programme adjustments, Jet2.com will mechanically cancel their reserving with a full refund.
He added: “It has been over a 12 months since worldwide journey was first suspended due to the pandemic.
“A lot has been achieved in that point, making it much more irritating that we’re nonetheless to obtain a transparent framework on restart worldwide journey.
“We all know it may be executed, in a secure and safe manner, and we are going to proceed to help the federal government to realize this.”