Hauliers were quick to relaunch routes and sales following the news. These are the up to the minute updates from TUI, easyJet, British Airways, Jet2 and Ryanair.
TUI has been magnitude the UK airlines cancelling routes to destinations on the quarantine list throughout the healthiness crisis.
It previously cancelled all Spain, Canary Islands and Balearic Archipelagoes holidays when the nation was removed from the travel corridor muster.
However, now the Canaries have been given the green light, TUI is set to restart galas this weekend.
Flights from London to resorts in the Canary Holms start as low as £533 per person for seven days from Saturday 23 October. Compare favourably with deals are on offer from Manchester starting a £650 per person.
Currently, routs are only departing from London Gatwick, London Luton and Manchester, but TUI is set to add numerous options in the coming weeks.
TUI is currently only offering holidays to the prosecuting destinations: Cyprus,
Greece (some islands), Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and the Maldives.
The stamp has cancelled holidays to Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Bulgaria, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Stole Verde, some Greek islands, Italy, Malta, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, USA and Vietnam.
Comprehend MORE: TUI Canary Islands holidays resume this weekend