Virgin Holidays has develop into the most recent journey agency to cancel holidays after new Covid-19 lockdown restrictions had been imposed in a part of the UK.
The tour operator stated refunds could be provided to travellers due for departure earlier than mid-February.
Rivals Tui Group, Jet2 and Thomas Prepare dinner have introduced related strikes in latest days.
The not too long ago relaunched Thomas Prepare dinner stated it will name prospects to supply refunds or rebooking.
Tui added it was “cancelling all holidays according to worldwide journey restrictions”.
The journey big added that prospects as a consequence of depart from England, Scotland and Wales could be contacted to debate choices.
The corporate stated that prospects as a consequence of journey from an English airport earlier than mid-February, or from a Scottish or Welsh airport as much as January 31st, wouldn’t have the ability to take action.
In a press release, Virgin Holidays stated: “According to the brand new nationwide lockdown restrictions we’ve reviewed the upcoming vacation schedule and shall be cancelling all holidays as much as and together with February 14th.
“To simplify the choices and to offer quick peace of thoughts for patrons whose holidays will now not be going forward, we’re routinely offering a digital voucher for the worth of their journey, redeemable up till September 30th, which they’ll use to rebook a vacation, departing any time earlier than December 31st.”
Virgin added that prospects “might also request a refund”.
Nonetheless, the corporate has been criticised for failing to points well timed money to passengers prior to now.