How we're responding to COVID-19

Updated: March 2021

Hi JFC’ers

It’s been an unpredictable and kind of sad year, but thanks to the dedication and hard work of a lot of smart and selfless people, things are finally looking up.

With COVID-19 vaccinations being rolled out globally, it seems like we are on track to see restrictions lifting and overseas travel back in the near future. As exciting as that may be, we remain cautious and ready for the unexpected, especially for travel this summer.

Since there’s still so much uncertainty at the moment, we’re still thinking hard about what kind of deals are worth keeping you informed about. Our top goal throughout the pandemic has been to share deals which you can realistically take advantage of and that’s not changing. 

Here’s what we’re thinking about:

  1. We’re focused on finding the irresistible fares that include late summer. We think that’s enough time for countries to organise their tourism policies. The later into the future it works the better though, and we’ve already shared some deals in March 2022.
  2. If we see something really good earlier than August, we’ll only share if it seems pretty likely that travel to that country will be possible in the included dates.
  3. We’re focusing on carriers that offer flexible change policies, to give you more options should you need to change your travel dates
  4. As always, we’ll continue to explain clearly the details of each deal and provide so you are fully clued-up before booking

Resources that will help:

We know that there’s a lot more to consider these days with travel and understanding airlines' flexibility policies, so we’ve pulled together this resource page to answer some of those questions.

Of course, we are always on hand to answer your questions directly, so if you still need help, just drop us an email at [email protected] and we’ll do our best to get back to you the same day. 



Have questions? Check out our COVID-19 FAQ resource page here.
Or contact us directly at [email protected]. Safe travels