RYANAIR has been accused of cancelling July flights before they've even started as the airline still only offers vouchers instead of refunds.
Passengers slammed the airline for "making money" after they paid for flights, only to be offered vouchers when they were cancelled.
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Others said that after checking, their flight was still running even after they were told it was cancelled.
Ryanair announced that 40 per cent of flights would resume from July after being forced to ground the majority of their fleet earlier this year.
However, flights to Spain including Alicante and Murcia as well as flights to Portugal are all being cancelled in July already.
Spain currently has 279,524 cases of coronavirus and 27,888 deaths - but hopes to open its borders to tourists by the end of June.
Twitter user Nikki asked: "@Ryanair you have cancelled my flights from Alicante to East Midlands in July but these flights are still available book?
"Is this how you make money? Fool people into booking flights that you have cancelled? Disgusting."
Passenger Tony Leen said: "Received notification from @Ryanair that flight from Faro to Cork on July 29 cancelled already. Weren’t they hoping to reopen summer routes from July 1?"
Another person added: "@Ryanair, you have cancelled my flight to Malaga for July 9 but on your website you can book to go out the same day, please explain."
According to local media, Spanish expat groups warned against booking flights too soon to avoid being caught in a "voucher-loop" - with passengers paying cash for flights but only being offered vouchers.
Not only will Brits still face quarantining for 14 days when visiting Spain, but British tourists are still banned from entering the country.
The ban is in place until June 15, but many fear this will be extended into the summer with tourists from other countries let in by the end of next month.
Which?'s Rory Boland previously warned Brits to avoid being too hasty in booking flights.
He said: "It’s a huge risk, even if you are willing to quarantine at the end of your summer holiday.
"Come July, if Ryanair starts to cancel flights again, you could be left waiting months for a refund.
"Hundreds of Ryanair customers from March are still waiting for refunds, despite claims the company has paid back most people from that period."
Sun Online Travel contacted Ryanair for comment.
There is some good news, with Spain hoping to stop the 14-day quarantine restrictions by the end of June, and instead have temperature checks and coronavirus tests in place of it.
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However, the quarantine will remain in place for British tourists returning. to the UK after a holiday to Spain.
Majorca has been forced to turn away sunseekers trying to sneak onto the island for holidays by claiming they are working.
The move comes after five passengers were forced to fly back to Germany after border cops ruled their reasons for travelling to the tourist hotspot were not valid.
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