Exeter Airport’s primary concern is the safety of our customers and colleagues. We continue to follow the guidance received from the relevant government agencies including Public Health England to ensure that we provide the latest and most accurate information.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office have advised against all but essential travel.
TUI are no longer offering flights and holidays departing between 17 March and 16 April 2020. They will contact all customers due to travel to offer a range of flexible options, including moving their holiday to a later date.
Blue Islands has implemented a revised timetable until Sunday 12 April and at this time services between Exeter and Jersey have been suspended. This is following the announcements by the Government of Jersey advising islanders to consider avoiding all non-essential travel to and from the island.
Passengers with an Aurignyreservation to travel to Guernsey on or before 31 May have the option to change the booking. The States of Guernsey has also issued the requirement for all passengers including from the UK and Jersey to self-isolate for 14 days.
Loganairhas reduced its flying programme for April and May. Full details of how to manage your booking are available on its website at www.loganair.co.uk.
Proactive measures have been in place at Exeter Airport and these include: liaison with airlines; additional awareness signage in the terminal; the provision of hand sanitiser dispenser locations across the airport and enhanced cleaning procedures.