(C) Reuters. UK airline Jet2.com cancels flights to Spain over coronavirus
LONDON (Reuters) – British budget airline Jet2.com canceled all of its flights to Spain on Saturday after the country declared a state of emergency due to the spread of coronavirus.
“We have taken the decision to cancel all flights to mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands with immediate effect,” the airline, which is owned by leisure operator Dart Group (L:DTG), said in a statement.
“We are contacting our customers who are currently in these destinations, and who are due to travel, to advise them of their options, so we urge customers not to call us.”
Jet2.com is Britain’s third-biggest airline in terms of passenger numbers, behind easyJet (L:EZJ) and British Airways.
UK airline Jet2.com cancels flights to Spain over coronavirus
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