CEO of easyJet Holidays, Garry Wil-son, told Cosmopolitan UK: “We’re monitoring all the relevant advice all the time and as soon as it changes, we’ll be ready to start taking off.
“At the moment we’re seeing lots of people booking and amending for later on this year, into September and October.”
Not everyone is so optimistic, however. Flight comparison website Skyscanner says a quarter of travellers do not think travel will resume around the world for at least six months (based on a survey of more than 5,000 travellers).
In the UK, however, only 15 per cent think that while 85 per cent say we will be travelling again by October.
However, there’s no guarantee the situation will have been resolved by then – so it may be prudent to wait for further developments in the coronavirus crisis.
Remember: If you decide to book a flight or a holiday for later on in 2020, don’t forget to include travel insurance.
Published at Sat, 11 Apr 2020 10:09:00 +0000