RYANAIR, easyJet and British Airways are waiving all change fees for flights due to coronavirus.
The airlines are removing the cost for passengers who are uncertain about their future holiday plans.
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Ryanair will allow any passengers flying to any destination between March 13 and March 31 to change their flights free of charge.
Both new bookings and existing books are eligible, although they add that passengers who have their flights cancelled will be given refunds or free flight changes as well.
The current flight fee is £35 per flight, each way.
EasyJet are also stopping the flight change fee, although the airline has no end date with any flights from now until the future included.
The airline currently charges £25 to change your flight online, or £30 to change it via phone.
EasyJet said in a statement: "We understand there is uncertainty around travel at this time, so if you currently have a booking with us but would prefer not to fly then from tomorrow (13.03.2020), you can now change your flight online and we will waive the flight change fee.
"This applies to all existing and new bookings until further notice."
They add that passengers will still have to pay the difference in fare if the new flight costs more, and that changes over the phone will cost £5 due to administration charges, so advise travellers to use the online system instead.
British Airways are allowing passengers to cancel their flights free of charge, and will be given a voucher for the amount of the flight to be used within 12 months of departure.
Travellers can apply for the Future Travel Voucher here.
Passengers travelling with easyJet have already faced problems with their flights following the Italy travel ban.
The airline explained that customers are given full refunds or free flight changes if their flights are cancelled and are currently offering rescue flights for those stranded abroad.
They have cancelled all flights to Italy until April due to the coronavirus outbreak.
However, they claim that they are still operating a normal flight schedule.
Other airlines have removed their change fees - Virgin Atlantic will not charge to change flights booked between March 4 and March 31.
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