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KARFA

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Sorry, I should have added that I don’t blame you for the confusion. Some of this stuff is not immediately obvious at all. I have spent far too much time recently looking at the bits of legislation on this - sad I know!
 

TheLocalYokel

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Thats not correct. It wouldn’t breach the guidelines or the statutory instrument. In fact the SI is explicit that your self isolation period is 14 days or when you leave England if that’s sooner. You are allowed to go directly to the airport for the purposes of leaving. So as I noted you would be allowed to jet off to Greece within 14 days of arriving from Spain.
The ubiquitous Simon Calder gave that advice on a tv programme earlier this week which (as you point out) is correct, but the tv hosts didn't think much of it, neither did some viewers.

 

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Jet2'S scheduled for LBA over next 2 weeks whilst travel has being stopped to Spain, Portugal and Cyprus. All flights remain operated by Boeing 737-800

Mondays
Antalya
Dalaman
Corfu
Kefalonia

Tuesdays
Dalaman
Heraklion

Wednesdays
Bodrum
Zakynthos

Thursdays
Antalya
Zakynthos
Corfu

Fridays
Dalaman
Kos
Heraklion
Kefalonia

Saturdays
Bergerac
Split
Antalya
Dalaman
Zakynthos
Corfu
Heraklion

Sundays
Pula
Funchal
Kos
Chania
Heraklion
 

White Heather

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Just read that Jet2 will be compensating customers flown home early from Spain, refunding the cost of un-used nights. Also that they will meet the difference of alternative flights home for those opting to stay and make their own way home.
The right thing to do.
 

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Just read that Jet2 will be compensating customers flown home early from Spain, refunding the cost of un-used nights. Also that they will meet the difference of alternative flights home for those opting to stay and make their own way home.
The right thing to do.
Yet again, the airline and tour operator, providing proof in the pudding of the awards it has won in the last few months. Not that you needed any proof in any pudding but you know.
 

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Here’s how Jet2’s LBA schedule stands next week (August 3rd to 9th)

Monday 3rd

-Empty Positioning Outbound- / LS376 = MAH 11:00 – LBA 12:50
-Empty Positioning Outbound- / LS198 = IBZ 12:25 – LBA 14:20
-Empty Positioning Outbound- / LS220 = ACE 11:25 – LBA 15:45
-Empty Positioning Outbound- / LS258 = PMI 14:15 – LBA 16:05
-Empty Positioning Outbound- / LS186 = AGP 15:35 – LBA 17:45
-Empty Positioning Outbound- / LS276 = ALC 16:25 – LBA 18:25
LS253 = LBA 10:00 – EFL 15:45 / LS254 = EFL 16:45 – LBA 18:50
LS213 = LBA 11:00 – AYT 17:30 / LS214 = AYT 18:30 – LBA 21:10
LS475 = LBA 11:40 – DLM 17:55 / LS476 = DLM 19:00 – LBA 21:30
LS259 = LBA 11:50 – CFU 17:20 / LS260 = CFU 18:15 – LBA 19:55

Tuesday 4th
LS443 = LBA 06:10 – HER 12:20 / LS444 = HER 13:20 – LBA 15:50
LS475 = LBA 12:35 – DLM 18:55 / LS476 = DLM 19:55 – LBA 22:25

Wednesday 5th
LS447 = LBA 10:35 – ZTH 16:25 / LS448 = ZTH 17:15 – LBA 19:15
LS215 = LBA 11:40 – BJV 17:55 / LS216 = BJV 18:55 – LBA 21:20

Thursday 6th
LS493 = LBA 06:50 – ZTH 12:40 / LS494 = ZTH 13:40 – LBA 15:35
LS259 = LBA 07:30 – CFU 13:00 / LS260 = CFU 13:55 – LBA 15:35
LS213 = LBA 16:35 – AYT 23:05 / LS214 = AYT 23:50 – LBA 02:30*

Friday 7th
LS253 = LBA 10:15 – EFL 16:00 / LS254 = EFL 17:00 – LBA 19:05
LS475 = LBA 11:40 – DLM 17:55 / LS476 = DLM 19:00 – LBA 21:30
LS443 = LBA 12:35 – HER 18:40 / LS444 = HER 19:35 – LBA 22:05
LS355 = LBA 15:50 – KGS 22:00 / LS356 = KGS 23:00 – LBA 01:20*

Saturday 8th
LS443 = LBA 06:00 – HER 12:10 / LS444 = HER 13:00 – LBA 15:30
LS447 = LBA 07:10 – ZTH 13:00 / LS448 = ZTH 13:55 – LBA 15:55
LS259 = LBA 07:30 – CFU 13:00 / LS260 = CFU 13:55 – LBA 15:35
LS235 = LBA 07:30 – EGC 10:30 / LS236 = EGC 11:15 – LBA 12:15
LS245 = LBA 14:10 – SPU 18:05 / LS246 = SPU 18:50 – LBA 20:55
LS213 = LBA 15:20 – AYT 21:50 / LS214 = AYT 22:50 – LBA 01:30*
LS475 = LBA 16:35 – DLM 22:55 / LS476 = DLM 00:00 – LBA 02:30*

Sunday 9th
LS225 = LBA 06:15 – PUY 09:50 / LS226 = PUY 10:40 – LBA 12:20
LS389 = LBA 06:45 – FNC 10:45 / LS390 = FNC 11:45 – LBA 15:40
LS443 = LBA 12:00 – HER 18:10 / LS444 = HER 19:00 – LBA 21:30
LS355 = LBA 14:40 – KGS 20:50 / LS356 = KGS 21:50 – LBA 00:10*
LS283 = LBA 15:00 – CHQ 21:10 / LS284 = CHQ 22:10 – LBA 00:40*

From week commencing Monday 10th the following routes are due to restart if FCO restrictions are removed

Mahon
= 3x weekly - Mon, Fri & Sat
Ibiza = 6x weekly – Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun
Palma = 8x weekly – 2x daily Sat & 1x daily Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun
Tenerife South = 4x weekly – Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun Increases to 5x weekly (Thu) week commencing 24th
Arrecife = 5x Weekly – Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat Increases to 6x weekly (Sun) week commencing 24th
Fuerteventura = 2x weekly – Tue & Sat
Las Palmas = 2x weekly – Tue, & Sat Increases to 3x weekly (Thu) week commencing 24th

From week commencing Monday 17th the following routes are due to restart

Malaga
= 7x weekly – 1x daily Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun
Alicante = 8x weekly – 2x daily Sat & 1x daily Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun = Increases to 9x weekly (2nd Fri) week commencing 24th
Almeria = 1x weekly – Sun
Faro = 8x weekly – 2x daily Sat & 1x daily Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun
Cyprus Larnaca = 1x weekly – Sun Increases to 2x weekly (Fri) week commencing 24th
Cyprus Paphos = 2x weekly - Wed & Sat Increases to 3x weekly (Fri) week commencing 24th

From week commencing Monday 24th the following routes are due to restart

Amsterdam
= 2x weekly – Fri & Sun
Barcelona = 2x weekly - Mon & Fri
Krakow = 2x weekly – Mon & Fri
Naples = 1x weekly – Sun
Rhodes = 1x weekly – Sat
Rome = 2x weekly – Thu & Sun
 

White Heather

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Bearing in mind that Jet2 are not just a holiday airline, there is no reason why they cannot carry seat only passengers on those otherwise empty outbound flights to Spain - perhaps people travelling back home to Spain or people with their own accommodation who are happy with a one way ticket.
 

fight2win

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Bearing in mind that Jet2 are not just a holiday airline, there is no reason why they cannot carry seat only passengers on those otherwise empty outbound flights to Spain - perhaps people travelling back home to Spain or people with their own accommodation who are happy with a one way ticket.
wish I had a one way ticket out of here at the moment! thousands of ex pats out in spain who require seat only.
 

fight2win

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A few suggestions for Jet2 destinations this Summer...Newquay...Bournemouth....Blackpool. Sun (hopefully), sea, sand and no quarantine!!
so if this horrid virus was to continue into next year which is very likely and due to the fear of returning passengers having to go into quarantine, for peace of mind could we see uk destinations added to the jet2 destinations? Extra jersey flights, guernsey although I think they need a bit more runway length and upto Scotland?
 

Bigman

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Watched that BBC Coast programme once, and some very nice beaches around Aberdeen. And how about Southend, and maybe Norwich for Cromer and Great Yarmouth?
 

fight2win

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Was thinking Norwich myself, gateway to east Anglia although the drive time is not too long. Flights to Bergen, Norway i feel would be a good destination with easy access to the Norwegian fjords. Be nice to get wideroe on that route. Another good destination and one to compete against Iceland air and easy at MAN would be reykjavik
 

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I too would love to visit the Scandinavian countries. Regarding COVID, however, Sweden isn’t currently in a great place.

I agree that Jet2 should maybe consider flights to the Channel Islands from Scotland, NI and Northern England (although I’m not sure how suitable their runways are for 737s). Areas in the Scottish Highlands and Islands can be accessed from INV, however it’s a small airport and many places are just as accessible either directly from GLA or via connecting flights from EDI or GLA. The problem is, good weather is far from guaranteed. The best tends to be in April/May, with July often being a washout. Many Brits just want a lazy holiday in the sun and sadly, as beautiful as they are, the UK’s most scenic spots simply cannot provide this. Also, most people won’t be willing to pay the price of a flight to somewhere they can quite easily drive, avoiding the hassles of airports, luggage constraints, mask-wearing, etc.
 
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