Main menu

COVID-19 - Spain

Important information for flights to, from and within Spain.

Spanish authorities have implemented strict travel restrictions for flights to, from and within Spain from Monday 16 March.  easyJet will be operating their normal schedule on Sunday 15 and Monday 16 March to try and allow as many people as possible to return home. 

However, flights from 17 March until 29 March will be cancelled and only a number of rescue flights will operate. Passengers who have their flights cancelled will receive an email and SMS from easyJet with details of how to book onto the rescue flights.


For customers who have their flight cancelled, we are committed to getting you home.

As you would expect there is a high number of people at airports right now, the best way we can help you to transfer your flight is via Manage Bookings. So please only turn up to the airport if you are booked onto one of our flights. We are continuously reviewing our flying programme and will keep the availability updated as soon as we can. 

We’ll be accepting bookings on a first-come, first-served basis so if you do wish to fly, please book yourself on as soon as you can.  Once you are confirmed on a flight, we do ask that you please show up for that flight – this will help us get people home as quickly as we can.  In addition, if you do not show up, you will no longer be entitled to claim expenses under Regulation (EC)261/2004.  Please note, you will not be able to book on more than one flight, so make sure you have reviewed your time and date before confirming your booking.


Your choices if you do not wish to travel.

If you no longer wish to travel, you have the following options to choose from:

  1. You can choose to switch to a different flight through  Manage Bookings
  2. You can apply for a refund through  Manage Bookings. Simply enter your booking details and follow the prompts.

Customers who didn’t book via or the Mobile App

If you booked through a tour operator, travel agent or OTA, you will need to contact them directly.

Worldwide customers affected should contact Dohop.