Low-cost airline easyJet has given new advice to passengers who want to board the plane this summer.
There are still doubts as to whether British holidaymakers can fly abroad and many have asked questions about flight cancellations and refunds.
easyJet says it still plans to continue vacations in June, July and August, the report said Mirror.
The airline says its cancellation policy is reviewed on a daily basis and if a service is dropped, customers will be notified at least seven days in advance.
But if you’ve already paid for your trip and want to consider changing your holiday date, here are your options, according to the Manchester Evening News.
* You can change your date and destination online for free and get a 10 percent discount if your new booking is more expensive. This offer ends May 12.
* You can cancel your booking and receive a credit note to use for a future holiday. If you do this before May 12, easyJet has promised an extra credit.
* Or you can keep your booking and your fingers crossed – in which case you only need to make outstanding balance payments.
The airline states: “If we revise your departure date when we can assess your departure date, we will contact you again.
“You can rest assured that if easyJet holidays cancels your holiday, you will get a full refund back using the original payment method.”
For those who have partially booked and don’t want to proceed, the airline says they will automatically refund your deposit as a credit note.
This can be used when booking a holiday in the next 12 months and your departure date may be outside of that.
For any holiday booked in September or beyond, easyJet says: “We are keeping a close eye on the situation and reviewing the advice we receive from the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office and our partners at the destination as we hope to take customers on vacation as soon as possible.
“If something changes during your holiday with us, we will contact you.”
The FCO has advised against all non-essential foreign travel in the near future.