The British airline Jet2 yesterday informed its partners that operations departing from England to Madeira are suspended until 11 February, due to restrictive measures imposed by the Boris Jonhson government, namely regarding travel abroad and the worsening of the pandemic. in the United Kingdom. The recovery is scheduled for 12 February.
Jet2 had already decided to suspend flights from England throughout the month of November and when it resumed connections in early December, it scheduled 40 flights from London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, East Midlands airports, Edinburgh and Glasgow. They were forced to suspend them on 21 December, when the Government of the Republic announced measures restricting the entry of passengers from the United Kingdom into national territory.