Under Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s “roadmap” out of lockdown the global Travel Taskforce is to resume from April.
Meanwhile, a number of countries have already outlined plans for vaccine passports.
As a result airlines including easyJet have reported a “surge” in bookings.
Yet with uncertainty ahead, travellers may be hesitant to confirm plans for future travel.
What are the latest updates from TUI, British Airways (BA), easyJet, Ryanair and Jet2?
In line with the Prime Minister’s roadmap, TUI has cancelled all flights until May 17.
The airline says it will contact impacted customers directly.
In a statement on its website, TUI explained: “Please rest assured, if your holiday has been cancelled, we’ll be contacting you soon to discuss your options.
“If you booked online, your booking information in Manage My Booking will be updated as soon as possible, too.
“We’re working around the clock to do this and are getting in touch with customers in departure date order.
“All TUI holidays departing from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, due to depart on or before May 16 2021.”
Holidays, including flight-only bookings, due to depart on or before October 31, 2021, to Los Cabos, Mexico and Kvarner Bay, Croatia, are also cancelled.
Further updates are anticipated.
“If your holiday is not listed here, we’ll be in touch with you nearer the time if your holiday is cancelled,” added the airline.
“On April 12, we expect to know more about when international travel will be able to resume.”
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