EasyJet issues statement after telling customers it’s cancelling the majority of flights in June
The airline’s verified Twitter account warned of extensive cancellations earlier this morning.
The airline’s customer service team made the comments on the company’s verified Twitter account in response to several queries about planned flights.
One tweet by the verified easyJet account issued earlier this morning read: “The majority of our flights are being cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic.
Flights will continue to be reviewed. We continue to review our schedule and will make amends where we can in order to reflect the changes in demand and restrictions.”
This included an individual who was unsure why easyJet had allegedly cancelled “a raft of flights” to Alicante and Murcia.
One customer also asked why their upcoming holiday to Malia in Crete on June 28 was cancelled while another quizzed the airline on why the firm had ‘no flights in the whole of June to most Spanish destinations’.