Travel company Tui said it has canceled flights from Luton Airport because it falls under the new set of Covid restrictions.
Tui flights from London Airport will be canceled between 20 and 30 December.
It said: “We will be in direct contact with these customers to offer them a full refund or the option to change their reservation.”
Tui will continue to operate out of Gatwick and Stansted, which are in Level Two areas.
A spokesman for the company said: “All customers staying at level 4 and having to leave within the next 14 days have the right to cancel and receive a full refund or change for free to any holiday currently on sale.”
Luton, Heathrow and London City airports are all located in areas of England facing the toughest restrictions under measures aimed at stopping the spread of a new coronavirus variant.
A number of European countries are banning or considering stopping flights from the UK following the emergence of a new variant of the virus.
Italy has joined the Netherlands and Belgium in suspending flights to Britain, and other nations are considering relocating.
Trains to Belgium have also been banned.
The government recommends that people living in level four regions should not travel abroad unless for lawfully permitted reasons such as for work is.
People living outside a level four area are allowed to travel through this area if they are traveling abroad, but the government said, “You should carefully consider whether you need it.”
Easyjet, which operates out of Luton, said it planned to fly its current schedule in the coming days.
“However, following the UK Government’s announcement of the implementation of level four restrictions, which include advice on travel abroad, we understand that some customers may now need to change their aircraft,” the airline said.
It said affected customers can transfer to an alternative flight for free, receive a coupon or can opt for a refund for any flight until December 30th.
Easyjet also flies out of Gatwick and Stansted.
Stansted is in Uttlesford, Essex, held in lower limits at level two. Gatwick is in Crawley, West Sussex, which also remains below level two.
Virgin Atlantic, which operates from London Heathrow, said: “Where a customer is unable to travel for any reason, we offer as much choice and flexibility as possible to help them change or change their plans with name change and two date change fees. waived for a new travel date until 31 December 2022.
“Of course, when a flight is canceled, customers are entitled to a full cash refund.”
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