Jet2 to resume holidays to Rhodes on 31 July

By Linsey McNeill
27/07/2023
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Jet2 has confirmed that its holidays to most parts of Rhodes will resume on Monday 31 July.

In a statement, it said hotels, villas and resorts in the north of the island are operating as normal, following wildfires in the south.

It said normal terms and conditions apply for Monday to any customers booked to the following resorts in the north:

  • Afandou
  • Faliraki
  • Ialyssos
  • Ixia
  • Kalithea
  • Kolymbia
  • Kremasti
  • Pastida
  • Rhodes Town
  • Theologos

It said holidays will also resume to some areas of the south that were evacuated during the recent wildfires: Lardos, Lindos, Kalathos and Pefkos.

In a statement, Jet2 said: “Our experienced teams of customer service and risk & safety experts have visited every single one of our hotels and villas throughout these resorts, as well as the resorts themselves, to conduct rigorous and detailed assessments.

“They have confirmed that operations are normal, so customers due to travel to these resorts from Monday 31July onwards can continue to look forward to their holidays, and our normal terms and conditions apply.”

All holidays to Gennadi, Kiotrai and Lachania, which were the worst-affected by the fires, have been cancelled until 13 August.

We are contacting affected customers to let them know how we can help them to arrange an alternative holiday or cancel with a full refund, which will of course be processed quickly,” it added.

Jet2 said it had operated 20 flights to the UK from Rhodes this week, which were a mix of both scheduled and repatriation flights to bring home customers at the end of their holidays and those evacuated from hotels.

It added: “It is very clear how much people want to go on their well-deserved holidays, as the number of people rebooking holidays for this summer is hugely encouraging.

“We thank every single customer for their patience, understanding and loyalty.”

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