The coronavirus pandemic has had an unprecedented industry on the travel industry.
Countries have closed their borders, flights have been grounded, and airline staff across the UK have been placed on furlough.
Thousands of holidays have been cancelled already, with widespread disruption looking set to continue throughout 2020.
As summer approaches, many people are feeling anxious and uncertain about their summer holidays.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has now confirmed that all travellers arriving in the UK will be quarantined for 14 days to prevent re-infection from abroad.
It was later revealed that France would be exempt from this measure.
This means that if you are holidaying in France you will not need to self-isolate.
Mr Johnson did not say when this measure would come into effect but that he was "serving notice" to people.
Ryanair is operating a limited schedule of flights until the 21 May, and expects there to be further disruption through May and June.
But the airline this morning announced they will restore 1,000 flights from July 1, covering 90% of its normal routes, but passengers will have to wear face masks.
The airline said it would be back up to 40% of its normal flight schedules from Wednesday 1 July 2020, subject to Government restrictions on intra-EU flights being lifted and public health measures in airports.
That will see it operate almost 1,000 flights a day, covering restoring 90% of its pre-coronavirus routes.
If you have a Ryanair flight booked on or before 31 May, you can currently change it to a later date (although it must be before 31 August 2020) without paying any fees.?
If you have a Ryanair flight booked for June, July or August, you should (for now) assume that the flight is going ahead.
As it stands, you cannot get a refund for your June, July or August flight. You can, however, change the flight up to 2.5 hours before your departure time. There will be a fee, which varies depending on the time and destination chosen.
Ryanair has said that it expects there to be further disruption in June, however, and you will be contacted if your flight ends up being cancelled.
You can also check the Ryanair website for its latest coronavirus policies and advice.
With the ongoing coronavirus situation, many are facing uncertainty regarding their summer holidays.
Some people may not feel comfortable travelling - even if their flights go ahead - while others need to know sooner rather than later whether they should reschedule events and bookings abroad.
The FCO currently advises against all international travel, and has given no indication when it will be considered safe for Brits to go abroad again.
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