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TUI and Jet2 Flights starting up
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Jet2 start dates from the UK:
Birmingham :  From 15 July - 2 flights a week
East Midlands : From 18 July - 2 flights a week
Edinburgh :  From 30 August - 1 flight a week
Glasgow : From 25 July - 1 flight a week
Leeds : From 18 July - 2 flights a week
London Stansted : From 15 July - 2 flights a week
Manchester : From 15 July - 3 flights a week
Newcastle : From 18 July - 1 flight a week

TUI start dates  to Fuerteventura from the UK 

 

From 25 July

 

·        Londres Gatwick: Saturdays

·        Manchester: Saturdays and Wednesdays (from 26 August)

·        Bristol: Saturdays

 

From 1 August

 

·        Birmingham: Saturdays

 

From 4 November

 

·        Doncaster Sheffield: Wednesdays

·        East Midlands: Wednesdays
·        Glasgow: Saturdays
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(14-07-2020, 09:10 AM)Captain Sensible Wrote: Jet2 start dates from the UK:
Birmingham :  From 15 July - 2 flights a week
East Midlands : From 18 July - 2 flights a week
Edinburgh :  From 30 August - 1 flight a week
Glasgow : From 25 July - 1 flight a week
Leeds : From 18 July - 2 flights a week
London Stansted : From 15 July - 2 flights a week
Manchester : From 15 July - 3 flights a week
Newcastle : From 18 July - 1 flight a week

TUI start dates  to Fuerteventura from the UK 

 

From 25 July

 

·        Londres Gatwick: Saturdays

·        Manchester: Saturdays and Wednesdays (from 26 August)

·        Bristol: Saturdays

 

From 1 August

 

·        Birmingham: Saturdays

 

From 4 November

 

·        Doncaster Sheffield: Wednesdays

·        East Midlands: Wednesdays
·        Glasgow: Saturdays
Hi Stephen...Jet2 from Edinburgh is also starting from the 25th of July (dependent on quarantine being lifted for Spain) Thumbs Up
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A busier day at the airport today with a total of 50 flights. 15 are interisland and 35 are national and international.
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Fuerteventura manages to recover 65% of international flights

The connectivity report prepared by the Fuerteventura Tourist Board highlights that, for the rest of the summer, the Island will recover 65 percent of international air connections compared to last year's summer season, five percent less than what was anticipated before resuming tourist activity as a result of COVID-19.

The data sent by the airlines and tour operators, contrasted by the promoters from Majoras abroad, for the remainder of summer 2020, indicate that Fuerteventura has regular air connectivity and international charter of 181 direct weekly flights compared to 278 operated last year.

Although at first the German market was going to take over the sky, finally it is the British market that maintains the most direct flights per week, with a total of 64. While from Germany 56 of the 90 flights of the past summer.

The rest of the bulk of the area connectivity is divided between Poland, with eight weekly flights, as well as Denmark, the Netherlands with seven flights, the same as Switzerland and France, the latter destination has gone from 32 operations to the summer week. at seven this season. Italy and Ireland have scheduled five flights, while Sweden has six.

https://www.diariodefuerteventura.com/no...nacionales
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Jet2 Maintains flights from the United Kingdom to the Canary Islands

Quote: Statement from Jet2 and Jet2 Holidays from the UK:

Following the latest government advice regarding travel to the UK from Spain, we are advising customers to arrive for their flights as normal, as we are continuing to operate our scheduled program to and from Mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands.

We are still operating flights and holidays to four destinations in Mainland Spain (Costa de Almeria, Alicante, Malaga and Murcia), which are open and are located away from areas which have been impacted by increased cases of Covid-19. In light of the updated advice from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), we are providing customers travelling to these four destinations with a number of options including continuing with their travel as planned, a refund credit note, a fee free amendment, or to refund.

We are also continuing to operate flights and holidays to our destinations in the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands as scheduled. Because the FCO travel advice to these destinations remains unchanged, our usual terms and conditions apply. As always, we advise customers to purchase appropriate travel insurance before travelling.

This is a fast-moving situation, which we are continuing to monitor very closely.
https://www.fuerteventuradigital.net/202...reino.html


TUI returns to normal operations with the Canary Islands


Quote:The British Government clarifies that the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands are excluded from the recommendation to their citizens not to travel to Spain , that is, that they can continue to do so as planned. Now it is a question that, upon return, these citizens do not have to undergo a quarantine upon arrival in their country, after enjoying their holidays.

The Government of the Canary Islands is going to intensify diplomatic efforts so that the British who visit the archipelago do not have to spend a 14-day quarantine upon their return to the United Kingdom. In statements sent to the media and collected by Europa Press, the Canarian president has said that it does not make sense that they have to do this quarantine because the Canary Islands currently have 5.8 positives for every 100,000 inhabitants .

Ángel Víctor Torres affirmed that the archipelago has fewer positives than most countries in Europe and the United Kingdom , so "it makes no sense that this quarantine should be forced," he insisted.

In turn, the Canarian Executive has asked the Government of Spain and the European Union to intensify surveillance and control tasks at airports .

Torres hopes that the "intense" negotiations that are taking place this weekend will bear fruit "as soon as possible" because it is "essential" for the Canary Islands , "a safe destination and one of the best parameters in Europe for visitors."

https://www.ondafuerteventura.es/tui-vue...-canarias/
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(14-07-2020, 09:10 AM)Captain Sensible Wrote: Jet2 start dates from the UK:
Birmingham :  From 15 July - 2 flights a week
We were on the flight, was quite a different experience with face masks & many empty seats.
Returned a week later and only 70 passengers onboard.
Glad we did, purchased a house in Parque Holandes while we were there as original purchase fell through.
See you in September assuming we're allowed to return.
Working on it, one step closer  Cool
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Well, that didn't last long ! 

We have flights booked in October and to be honest, would feel safer on Fuerteventura than here in the UK
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Hopefully the Irish government will follow suit.
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Came across news about TUI rebelling in Germany and considering to start flights to Canary Islands despite the German government recommendation. Will TUI UK be next?

Quote:Despite a travel warning from the federal government *, travel provider TUI wants to start offering trips to the Canary Islands again from October 3, 2020. For package tours to the Canary Islands, holidaymakers should be able to decide for themselves whether they will start their vacation when they return to Germany despite the risk of infection and possible quarantine, said the tourism group's head of Germany, Marek Andryszak, to the newspapers of the Funke media group. “We firmly assume that many customers will weigh this carefully.” He believes that the opportunity to be tested will mean that many customers will go on vacation despite the travel warning.

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