EasyJet, TUI, Ryanair, Jet2 and British Airways have canceled all holidays and flights in Greece.
Airlines were forced to make the decision after the Greek government extended its ban on flights from the UK until July 15th.
Greece previously stated that it would resume flights between the two countries on June 15th.
But officials later canceled this decision and delayed reopening until July 1st.
Flights will remain limited even after Greece reopens its borders to international visitors on Wednesday.
The policy was agreed upon in a meeting of government officials chaired by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
He said: “The whole opening procedure is dynamic and the data will be constantly evaluated.”
Following the news, TUI canceled holidays and flights to Greece for thousands of customers along with Jet2, Ryanair, British Airways and easyJet.
An easyJet spokesman said: “Following today’s announcement from the Greek authorities, we will review our flight schedule and all customers whose flights need to be canceled as a result of any restrictions will be informed and informed of their options which include a transfer. debit card, a voucher for the value of their booking or a refund. “
TUI announced that they would resume holidays in eight destinations on 11 July following the coronavirus blockade.
The British had to fly to Corfu, Crete, Kos and Rhodes from the three major British airports of TUI, Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham.
But a TUI spokesman said: “According to updated Greek government advice, our scheduled flights to Greece between 11 and 14 July will not go ahead.
When we announced our plans to start the summer holidays again, we always said they were subject to government guidelines. We will continue to monitor them and update our festive schedule if necessary. “