This week EasyJet restarted flights for the first time since March, with Ryanair, TUI and Jet2 set to ramp up flight schedules in the coming weeks and months.

It has left many people with holidays booked wondering what comes next.

Currently, the UK Foreign Office is still advising against all foreign travel, with a 14-day quarantine policy imposed, reports Manchester Evening News.

Here's the latest update from airlines and tour operators as many plan a gradual return.

TUI

The tour operator had initially said it would resume flights on July 1, however this has now been pushed back.

TUI recently updated their list of cancelled holidays, confirming trips before July 10 have now too been cancelled.

However yesterday the tour operator revealed that they are confident things will restart soon.

A spokeswoman said that its UK market is to resume partial operations this summer.

And revealed that UK bookings for winter holidays are up 6% and summer 2021 "continues to look promising".

Ryanair

Ryanair plans to restart 40 per cent of its flights next month.

The budget carrier will resume flights in July, before ramping up its services abroad for summer holidays next month and into August and September.

Ryanair's CEO Eddie Wilson said: "Ryanair will be offering up to 1,000 daily flights from 1 July, and we have a range of low fare seat sales, perfect for that summer getaway, which we know many parents and their kids will be looking forward to as we move out of lockdown and into the school holidays."

He continued: "All Ryanair flights will operate with new health guidelines in place, which will require all passengers (and Ryanair crews) to wear face masks at all times in the airport terminals and on board our aircraft, in compliance with EU guidelines.

"We look forward to welcoming millions of Ryanair passengers and their families back on board, and flying them on holiday as Europe’s economies begin to recover from these difficult recent lockdowns, which have been so successful in reversing the spread of the Covid-19 virus."

EasyJet

Easyjet restarted flights on Monday this week.

The budget carrier has enforced strict new social distancing measures for passengers, having grounded services back in April after the coronavirus crisis swept the globe.

While easyJet’s initial schedule involves mainly domestic flights in the UK and France, the airline will ramp up its operations in the coming weeks.

It plans to reopen half of its 1,022 routes by the end of next month, increasing to 75 percent during August.

Jet2

Jet2 announced last week the date it would recommence its programme.

The travel firm initially said it would be restarting its flights programme on June 17, however this was pushed back to July 1.

More recently, Jet2 announced it would recommence operations on July 15.

The company said in a statement: “Due to the ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we’ve decided to recommence our flights programme on 15 July 2020. If you're travelling before this date, unfortunately, your booking will be affected as our flights won't be operating.

"We know how much you were looking forward to a well-deserved break. So if you were due to travel before 15 July 2020 and have been affected by cancellations, you don’t have to miss out. You can now simply change your booking to a later departure date and you won’t have to pay an admin fee."