Jet2 currently offers flights to Mallorca from £ 39 each way in July and August
Mallorca is being added to the UK’s green list, and if you’re looking for cheap flights you might want to check out the latest Jet2.com deals!
The airline currently offers fares starting at £ 39 each way to the sunny island, and the best part is they are available for travel in July and August. In fact, when we took a look, that included the peak school vacation dates as well!
Many UK airports are also included, with offers available on routes from Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle.
You can already book on jet2.com – cheapest fares are subject to availability. If a destination from the green list is moved to the orange list, the company will cancel your reservation and offer you the option to change reservations free of charge. You can find out more in the details of the Jet2 booking policy.
Don’t be discouraged if you can’t make the cheapest dates work for you. The good news is that there are plenty of other cheap Mallorca vacation deals out there, whether you are looking for a package holiday or prefer to book your own flights and hotel separately.
The Balearic Islands are added to the UK’s Green Lists from June 30, although the rest of Spain, including the Canaries, remains on the Amber List.
This means that Brits traveling to Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera will not be required to self-isolate on their return to the UK, although you still need to take a pre-departure test and a PCR test on the second day of travel. your come back.
Spain has so far not forced the British to show PCR test results to go on vacation. However, this week the Spanish Prime Minister announced further changes to the entry rules for Britons.
This includes unvaccinated Britons who must now show proof of a negative Covid PCR test result if they want to go on vacation – and that will include vacationers heading to the Balearics.
The new legislation is expected to come into force from July 2. Mr Sánchez said the move comes as UK data shows infection rates “well above 150 cases per 100,000 population based on the previous 14 days.”
Due to concerns over the Delta variant of the coronavirus, a number of countries have started to tighten restrictions on Britons.
For example, Portugal now requires unvaccinated UK travelers to be quarantined for 14 days (including children aged 12 or older), while Malta recently announced that it would only welcome fully vaccinated Britons. against Covid-19.
That doesn’t mean the holidays will be completely irrelevant for those who haven’t received both doses of their jab. In fact, there are countries that welcome unvaccinated Britons (including the Balearics), provided they can justify a negative PCR test.
This includes Greece and Croatia, both of which currently remain on the Amber List but could be popular hotspots if added to the Green List later this summer.
Are you booking a holiday abroad this summer or do you think it is safer to stay in the UK? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.