Mallorca awaits.

Mallorca awaits.


Travel giants Tui and easyJet holidays have confirmed they have no plans to push back their restart dates, according to a report in Travel Weekly.

Jet2holidays pushed back its restart date to June 24 on Friday after the British government’s Global Travel Taskforce published its report on the restart of travel. The move came as a serious blow to the Mallorcan tourist industry with the island the most affected destination in Spain.

A Tui spokeswoman told Travel Weekly: “we don’t have any plans on pushing back our start date”.


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Tom / Hace 24 days

Ofcourse Tui and co have no plans to postpone . Their CEO s need your money for their superyachts and bonus payments irrelvant the risks to the health of its clients . If something goes wrong they either blame it on government or demand a further bail out from government..


Steve, Son Maties / Hace 24 days

That won't happen of course, we won't have our vaccination percentage sufficient for at least three months, if all goes without any hitches...


nigel / Hace 24 days

Interesting, my flight on 20th May was cancelled.


johnj / Hace 24 days

As always it's not their decision,it's the governments.


George / Hace 24 days

Well then TUI and EasyJet are clearly lying in hope to receive more bookings to keep them afloat until they inevitably cancel. May the 17th sadly will not see the restoration to Mallorca that they are claiming it will.