Travel News: EasyJet customers can transfer flight bookings up to February 2021

EasyJet has announced free date changes up until next spring

EasyJet customers can change up to February

This week EasyJet launced their autumn 2020 and winter 2021 flights.

The early release will enable customers affected by recent travel disruption even more choice of dates to move their flights to, with no change fee.

All customers are now able to change the dates of their upcoming flights to any time before February 2021.

The change fee waiver applies to both existing and new bookings until further notice. ?Customers can make changes to their booking online via the Manage Bookings section on or call 0330 365 5030.

Amend your TUI booking for free

Due to Covid-19, the Foreign Commonwealth Office has advised against all but essential travel.

TUI is no longer offering TUI Airways flights and holidays departing up to April 16 2020 and is offering customers flexible options when it comes to moving their holidays to a later date.

If you have an existing TUI, Marella Cruises, First Choice or TUI River Cruise package holiday booking travelling on or before June 30 2020 you can amend for free to any holiday on sale. You can do this up to seven days before your original departure date. Refer to booking terms and conditions for more information.

Haven shuts all its holiday parks

Holiday park company Haven has closed all its parks from yesterday due to the ongoing coronavirus situation. At present, closure is set to last until at least Thursday April 16. A company spokesman said: "We would like to apologise to everyone for this disruption. All guests affected by the closure will be contacted, but we shall prioritise those who are booked to travel within the next seven days.” For up-to-date advice visit

Eurocamp parcs stay closed across Europe

Eurocamp has now postponed the opening of its parcs until April 24, at the earliest.

The company will continue to review this date, following all government and public health advice to help combat this pandemic.

The company says it recognises that flexibility is more important than ever and is adjusting the balance due date for all 2020 holidays to six weeks before departure date, instead of the normal 12 weeks. Eurocamp has also said that in certain circumstances it will amend bookings to an alternative destination or date.

:: All information correct at time of issue.

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