Easyjet, TUI, Ryanair and British Airways cancel flights after holiday rules change
EasyJet and TUI have decided to cancel flights as Jet2 issues a warning to its vacationers.
The warnings and cancellations come as holiday destination Med controversially bans UK travelers.
Britons are banned due to soaring Covid cases and infection rates.
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Easyjet canceled flights to Morocco as the country imposed a warning on Britons seeking to overfly.
Flights from Germany and the Netherlands have also been banned in the Med holiday hotspot.
The flight ban will affect families in England and Wales who have booked a mid-term holiday in Morocco for next week.
Easyjet tells passengers, âWe’re sorry your flight was canceled.
âWe have been informed of a regulatory change that affects flights from the UK arriving in Morocco.
“The regulations come into effect from tomorrow October 21, 2021, but as we will not be able to fly to Morocco in order to operate return flights after today, we have made the decision to cancel your flight with us today ‘hui. “
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TUI says: âThe Moroccan government has notified us of a regulatory change that affects flights from the UK to Morocco from October 21st.
“As a result, we unfortunately had to cancel flights to Marrakech and Agadir until October 31, 2021 inclusive.”
WizzAir has also reportedly canceled a series of flights, alongside British Airways and Ryanair.
British Airways has canceled flights between Heathrow and Marrakech, which were due to resume Thursday after being suspended due to the pandemic.
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