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easyJet update on flight cancellations as it urges Government to 'increase green list'


In a statement sent to Express.co.uk, an easyJet spokesperson explained: “We want to fly as many customers on as many flights as possible this summer, however as all airlines have been doing throughout the pandemic, we continue to adjust our flying schedule based on the restrictions put in place by Governments to ensure our flying programme best matches demand.

“We are communicating with any customers impacted by a cancelled flight to ensure they are clear on the options open to them which include a full refund.”

The airline has also boosted the ability for customers to reschedule, change or cancel their flights.

“We are providing customers with more flexibility than ever before with our Protection Promise which enables customers to change their flights fee-free up to two hours before their flight if they are no longer able to travel,” continued the easyJet spokesperson.

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