LONDON: EasyJet and British Airways told customers on Saturday they did not plan to cancel flights over the coming days, after Britain’s government advised against all non-essential travel to mainland Spain due to COVID-19.
Earlier on Saturday TUI, Europe’s largest tour operator, said it was cancelling all holiday departures scheduled for Sunday.
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“Our flights are currently expected to operate normally,” British Airways told one customer on Twitter.
An EasyJet customer service representative told another customer: “We plan to operate our full schedule in the coming days.