Updated 22 September: Great news for anyone who is fully vaccinated – the government has recently announced some changes for returning to England from overseas which will come in to effect from Monday 4 October. We’re just in the process of updating our website, including our travel information and testing pages, to reflect this. Thanks for your patience and watch this space. And remember, these changes are just about your return home. You’ll still need to check the entry requirements for the destination you’re travelling to. Please keep an eye on the FCDO advice which may change between booking and travel and to help with this you can sign up for their email alerts.

Latest travel information for easyJet holidays customers

Great news – holidays have restarted and we can’t wait to take you away.

If you want to know more about what this will look like, we’ve got some more information for you and what you need to know, such as the traffic light system that has been introduced by the government. And in case things change we’ve added even more flexibility by enhancing our Covid commitments so you’re covered under our industry leading Protection Promise

If you have a flight only booking with easyJet, please refer to the latest travel information page for flights. This page is for easyJet holidays customers only.

Below, you can find out more about the latest government announcements as well as answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.

Government traffic light system

For anyone wanting to travel internationally this summer, there is the government traffic light system. As part of this there are some essential steps that you need to take before returning home from holiday, which will vary by destination. Read below for more information about what this means, and which colour list our destinations feature in. Requirements can vary between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. If in doubt, please click here. The information below relates to travel to England. 

This information was last updated at 09:00, 22 September 2021, but please be aware it can change, sometimes at short notice, so make sure to keep checking the government website for the latest updates. We recommend that you sign up for their email alerts, should anything change. You'll need to make sure you meet these requirements, or you may be unable to return home as planned and may incur additional costs.

It’s important to know that this traffic light system only applies to your return journey. You’ll also need to ensure that everyone in your party meets the entry requirements for your destination, which could also change between booking and travel. As an example, due to Covid-19 you may need to submit documentation in advance to show at the airport, such as proof of a negative Covid-19 test or demonstrating you meet any applicable vaccination rules. You’ll need to make sure you meet these requirements so your holiday can go ahead as planned.


Discounted Covid-19 testing

We want to get you away on your holiday and back home without any hassle, so have found a couple of suppliers who can help you get what you need - visit our Covid testing page for more information.
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On your side

We’re really proud that the BBC Watchdog programme has praised us for our commitment to customers.  Our industry leading Protection Promise is a permanent overhaul of industry standard terms and conditions that gives you total flexibility and control.

Latest updates to easyJet holidays customers

Contacting us

If you have any questions, we may already have the answer on our website. Our help centre has information needed to guide you through every step of your holiday journey. We also have our easyJet holidays chatbot in the corner of this page, who’ll be able to help at any time. If you still need to speak to our team, you can visit our contact us page.