Different Flights To Resume In The UK After Covid-19 Crisis

Different Flights To Resume In The UK After Covid-19 Crisis

12/04/2020 0 By M Zaman

The Coronavirus or Covid-19 is the pandemic crisis in our life time. As a result of this consequence, many airlines are now temporarily suspending their operations. However, different airlines to resume their flights from or outside the UK after Covid-19 ends.

Since, Cornavirus has become a pandemic crisis worldwide, many airlines halt their global operations. Some of the airlines are still operating their services for an example repatriation services.

Otherwise, government from almost different parts of the world are now urging its citizens including non-residents for not to travel. Unless, it is very urgent.

Some countries for an instance, Australia and New Zealand has already closed its borders for non-residents including temporary residents.

However, once the crisis will definitely end passengers can reserve their booking with different airlines to travel their favourite destinations.

Different Airlines To Resume Flights From Or Outside UK After Covid-19 Crisis

It is very likely that different airlines will resume their flights as early as possible once the pandemic crisis become normal. Once again it completely depends on different countries lockdown rules.

Different upcoming flights booking schedule you need to know, if you are considering to continuing journeys from or outside UK after Covid-19. Hope that you will fly again very soon immediately after the crisis.

Aer Lingus

An Aer Lingus flight on the sky

An Aer Lingus flight on the sky (Image: Aer Lingus)

This Irish airline has flight services to Republic Of Ireland, Northern Ireland, USA and Canada.

However, Aer Lingus suspends its flight services until late May 2020. But, from June 2020 the airline is set to resume flights again from UK after COVID-19 crisis ends.

Passengers can rebook their flight tickets with no change fees for all travel up to 31 May 2020. Alternatively, they can apply for a voucher.

There are more useful information available from here.

Air New Zealand

An Air New Zealand’s flight on the ground

An Air New Zealand’s flight on the ground (Image: Air New Zealand)

Currently, the New Zealand government is maintaining a stickier policy to handle COVID-19. At this stage, a temporary residents cannot travel in New Zealand.

However, Air New Zealand resumes its limited international network from 30 March to 31 May 2020. There are likelihood that full booking services are available from June 2020.

The airline advices “before booking, please check local destination entry requirements and government travel restrictions.” It also urges “travel is still an option, but limited”

Meanwhile, any Air New Zealand passenger “purchased a non-refundable ticket, it remains non-refundable unless local legislation requires a refund to be made available.”

On the other hand, the airline can arrange a 12-month credit for a booked ticket for travel before 30 June 2020. They can use the credit within the next 12 months for any travel on Air New Zealand.

Passengers also has an option to make one change, without paying any change fees or service fees.

You will find more useful information from here.

Air Transat

An interior view of Air Transat flight

An interior view of Air Transat flight (Image: Air Transat)

The Canadian airline Air Transat already suspended its flight services from April 1 to April 30, 2020. However, flight booking services is set to resume again from May 2020.

There are more useful information available from here.

British Airways

You can reserve direct flights to Antalya with British Airways

You can reserve direct flights to Antalya with British Airways (Image: British Airways)

UK’s leading front-line airline British Airways suspends its flight services until 31 May, 2020.

Meanwhile, the airline is still operating its services different parts of the world. But, it is available on a limited basis and depends on the destination you are travelling to.

But, from June 2020 the airline may resume flights again from UK after COVID-19 crisis lockdown ends.

You will find more useful information from here.

Delta Airlines

There are no booking services available to travelling with Delta Airline until June 2020. But, the airline is extending its ability to plan, re-book and travel with them for up to two years.

This means passengers can extend their cancelled flights up to 2022. This facility is only available to those have an upcoming travel already booked in April or May 2020 as of April 3, 2020.

Additionally, passengers who have existing eCredits or cancelled travel from flights in March, April or May 2020 will also receive the facility.

But, the final travel must be completed by May 31, 2022 to continue journey.

There are more useful information available from here.

Easyjet

An easyJet flight

An easyJet flight (Image: easyJet)

There are no indications when the airline will resume its services again.

But, it completely depends on how long the pandemic the pandemic crisis will expire where British tourist mostly travelling to.

Meanwhile, staffs are currently on a two-months of leave of absence. So, Easyjet will remain inactive until June 2020.

You will find more useful information from here.

Emirates

Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft

Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft (Image: Emirates)

Dubai based airline Emirates is still operating its services to different parts of the world.

Currently, there are flights operating from Dubai to Zurich and Brussels (until 11 April), Paris (until 12 April) and London Heathrow, Frankfurt (until 19 April).

However, the airline is not taking any booking until May 2020. The airline will resume flights again from UK after COVID-19 crisis lockdown ends

There are more useful information available from here.

Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways flight on the ground

Etihad Airways flight on the ground (Image: Etihad Airways )

At he moment there are no flight services with Etihad Airways. All flight services with the airline are suspended until 21 April.

But, there are no booking services available until May 2020 and it depends on the location you are travelling into. For an instance, there are no flight services to any major Australian cities.

Alternatively, you can continue to reserve for Dubai rather than travelling to restricted locations.

You will find more useful information from here.

Jet2

Cost saving airlines like Jet2 can also charge you

Cost saving airlines like Jet2 can also charge you

Most recently, Jet2 announced in a statement it will recommence “flights and holidays programme on June 17th”.

But, its decision may certainly change “in line with guidance from Governments and the relevant authorities”. Any Jet2 customers with holidays booked before this date have had their flights axed.

There are more useful information available from here.

Lufthansa

Lufthansa Airline Flight

Lufthansa Airline Flight (Image: Lufthansa)

German airline Lufthansa is still operating. But, there are limited services and depends on the location you are travelling into.

You will find more useful information from here.

Norwegian

Europe's budget airlines Norwegian

Europe’s budget airlines Norwegian (Image: Norwegian)

Norway’s airline Norwegian is taking booking from June to travel to different holiday destinations.

But, there are no flight services at the moment. Alternatively, customers can request a refund of unused ticket, or choose CashPoints and get an extra 20% that can be used for next trip.

There are more useful information available from here.

Qantas

Qantas, Australia

Qantas, Australia

Australia’s leading airline Qantas is not taking any booking. But, new booking are available from May 2020 and strongly advisable to check with the airline before travel.

Also, there are very limited flight services avilable and it depends on the location you are travelling. The airline is offering free credits to travel until 31 December 2021 for cancelled flights.

You will find more useful information from here.

Qatar Airways

Qatar’s leading airline Qatar Airways is still operating its services but only limited. The airline is also accepting any new booking.

Meanwhile, if your flight booking is cancelled prior to travel you can ask for a refund request with Qatar Airways.

There are more useful information available from here.

Ryanair

A Ryanair aircraft is on the ground

A Ryanair aircraft is on the ground (Image: Ryanair)

Irish airline carrier Ryanair is not accepting any new booking until June 2020. But there are uncertainties.

Michael O’Leary of Ryanair announced in a statement: “At this time, no one knows how long this Covid shutdown will last. The experience in China suggests a 3-month period for the spread of the virus to be contained and reduced. We do not expect to operate fights during the months of April and May at this time, but this will clearly depend upon Government advice, and we will in all cases comply with these instructions”.

Alternatively the airline is offering its promotional sales for September 2020.

However, there limited flight services available to continue your journey with the airline.

You will find more useful information from here.

TAP Air Portugal

Portugal’s airline TAP Air Portugal is partly operating on limited basis on a limited destinations. But will return to operate from June 2020 and will aceept booking at the smae time.

But, passengers will need to fill up most important questionnares before they depart.

There are more useful information available from here.

TUI

Meanwhile, Tui has announced that it plans to start flying again on June 17. It also suspends cruise holiday at the same time.

You will find more useful information from here.

Turkish Airlines

Turkey’s leading airline Turkish Airlines is begin to operate from May 2020. It will also welcome new booking at the same time.

But, make sure to check with the airline before you travel with the airline.

There are more useful information available from here.

Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic is one of the most popular airline carrier in Europe (Image: Virgin Atlantic)

Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic will accept new booking from May 2020. But, it depends on the holiday destination you are travelling to.

Meanwhile, the airline also announced its fees policy and travel restrictions.

You will find more useful information from here.

Vueling

Spanish low-cost airline is still operating but on a lmited basis and depends on the destination you are travelling to. For an instance, you will not travel in Spain at the moment.

Meanwhile, the airline is allowing passengers to re-schedule thier flight booking for travelling between the 13th March and 31st May.

There are more useful information available from here.

Wizz Air

Hungary’s leading airline Wizz Air is not operating and suspends its flights until June 2020. It will accept new flight booking at the same time.

But, any passenger with booking cancellation can change their flight booking without any extra fees.

You will find more useful information from here.

Most Important Travel Advices You Will Need To Follow Prior To Departure

It is very important that you must follow FCO travel advice before you depart. You must not travel unless it is non-urgent and it is not a best time to enjoy your holidays while travelling abroad.

You also need to know follow travel from the country your are country. If it is unsafe it is better not to travel there. Don’t forget to check with airlines before you travel.

However, some countries may relax their lockdown rules and may make it much stricter. It depends on the circumstances of a country and severity of the infection rates.

There are plane seats you can consider to book to avoid Covid-19 disease. At least, it will help you to travel more safely.

You also must follow Coronavirus travel advices before you travel.

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