Jet2 has announced the list of holiday destinations they will fly to from July 15.
The airline has also revealed they will not fly holidaymakers to Bulgaria, Montenegro and Portugal, due to ongoing quarantine measures.
In a statement on their website, the holiday firm says it will fly to restart flights to quarantine-free countries from July 15.
The message says: “Good news – we’re flying again from 15 July 2020!
“And in line with government guidelines, we’ve got plenty of destinations you can go on holiday to that don’t have quarantine restrictions in place – hooray!
“Rest assured that when you go away with us, your safety is our priority.
“We’ve put lots of extra measures in place to make sure you have a happy and healthy holiday.”
The government gave the green light to summer holidays today for English holidaymakers hoping to go abroad.
Travellers from England will be able to fly to 73 countries and territories including Spain and France without needing to quarantine when they return home from July 10.
But this list exempting travellers from quarantine does not apply to citizens in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, at least for now.
This means that even if citizens from those countries fly out from England, they must follow the quarantine rules set out by their own government when they return.
Now Jet2 has released the destinations that holidaymakers will be able to enjoy this summer.
The full list of countries:
Costa Barcelona – Costa Brava
Costa De Almeria
Costa Del Sol
Malta and Gozo
In line with government guidance urging passengers not to take suitcases on board, travellers will be able to check their hand luggage in for free.
The airline requires passengers to wear masks so advises people to bring enough for their journey – as you’ll also have to wear them in the airport.
Before booking, holidaymakers should always check the latest Foreign Office travel advice as it could change swiftly.
Announcing the new measures today, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said: “Today marks the next step in carefully reopening our great nation.
“Whether you are a holidaymaker ready to travel abroad or a business eager to open your doors again, this is good news for British people and great news for British businesses.”