Leeds based airline operator Jet 2 has announced a huge surge in holiday bookings for green and amber list countries.
Data from Jet2.com and Jet2holidays shows that Summer 21 bookings to green and amber travel destinations have increased more than 250 percent.
Customers are looking to make the most of being able to be enjoying the summer in the sunshine.
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After the announcement that fully vaccinated customers can now fly to over 40 quarantine-free destinations this summer, Jet 2 restarted flights and holidays to all amber list destinations from July 19.
It includes holidays to sunshine spots across the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, Mainland Spain, Malta, Croatia, Greece and Cyprus.
Commenting on the trend, Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “The latest Traffic Light review from the UK Government comes just in time for the peak summer season.
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“We welcome a further extension of the Green and Amber Lists, and it is positive news for both the travel industry and holidaymakers.
“It is no surprise to see a sudden spike in bookings to destinations on the Green and Amber Lists, as we know that there is enormous demand out there from holidaymakers who cannot wait to get away.
“The extension to the Green and Amber Lists has increased customer confidence and given them the reassurance to book that much-awaited holiday.
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“With customers continuing to be able to plan and look forward to flights and holidays across more than 40 Green and Amber List destinations, this summer is a much brighter one for holidaymakers.
“We could not be any more excited to be back doing what we do best, which is looking after customers on their flights and holidays and delivering our award-winning VIP customer service.
“We hope that this is just the beginning of even sunnier times ahead, as the UK Government continues to recognise the protection that our successful vaccination programme provides when it comes to opening-up international travel.”