JET2 has warned that winter holidays and flights are at risk as Brits are yet to book trips abroad later this year.
Families have opted for staycations this summer, despite a number of countries on the green list, as many claimed the rule changes have made it too complicated to go on holiday.
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This has led to a boom in UK holidays – but trips abroad are yet to fully recover.
Jet2 executive chairman Philip Meeson said: "The slower momentum for winter ‘21/22 bookings which we reported in our preliminary results in early July has remained.
“The overall winter ‘21/22 capacity remains under continuous review.”
However, he did also add that this means holidays will have to remain "consistently enticing," so cheap deals are likely to remain in place still.
He explained: "As a result, bookings have yet to match our on-sale seat capacity and therefore pricing for both our leisure travel products – end-to-end package holidays with Jet2holidays and flight-only seats with Jet2.com – will need to remain consistently enticing."
Flights in November are currently on sale for just £29pp, while holidays to Spain start from £200pp.
Airlines have been forced to cancel flights and holidays at short notice due to the constant rule changes – TUI updated their recent cancellation list after Thailand was added to the red list, and Turkey remained on it.
Last month, Jet2 recently added more flights to green list destinations including Malta, Madeira and Croatia, with holidays under £400.
And one woman was given a seven-night holiday in Greece for just £1.60 through Jet's new Bid for a Break scheme.
If you still want a hot holiday this winter, we've rounded up the destinations which remain warm in December and January.
And Marella have all-inclusive Canary Island cruises this winter for £693pp.
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