Dec 21, 2020 05:43 AM EST
A growing numbers of countries around the world have now announced travel ban from all parts of the United Kingdom. This was in effect with the newly-found Coronavirus strain, that is currently scaring its citizens.
Due to this decision, all UK airlines already listed cancelled flights until the holidays. Unfortunately, this announcement was not expected by most airline customers that already booked flights for the month of December.
Here are some of the airline companies that offer so-called COVID-19 refund.
Amid the upcoming holiday period, a terrible announcement was released for UK citizens who are planning to fly across the globe.
Several countries like France, Germany, Ireland, Belgium already set travel ban towards flights coming from the UK. Along with Canada, Turkey, and Irish Republic.
A lot of other countries and nations are also planning to do the same in the later period. These places are Hong Kong and Switzerland.
The United States was one of the earliest countries to close borders in UK. However, reports told that President Donald Trump is also planning to lift it early next week.
So far, many travellers in different airlines around the country were reportedly stranded due to the announcement. To make it worse, most of the popular UK airlines do not offer COVID-19 refund-- money-return for the pandemic travel ban.
Instead, most of them offers rebook of their postponed flights.
Luckily, there were only few airlines that offer COVID-19 refund amid the travel ban. If you're booked in any of these travel agencies, better contact them now.
Meanwhile, other airlines like British Airways and Virgin Atlantic only offer similar services of rebooking for later time, or vouchers.
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