EasyJet has grounded all its flights due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Over recent days, the airline has operated more than 650 rescue flights which have returned around 45,000 customers home.
But now, its 344 planes are no longer be operating - a move which is said "removes significant cost" as the aviation industry struggles to cope with a collapse in demand caused by the outbreak of the virus.
At this stage, it says there can be no certainty of the date for restarting commercial flights.
Crew will be paid 80% of their average pay through the Government job retention scheme.
Customers on cancelled flights can transfer to an alternative flight free of charge, receive a voucher for the value of their booking online or claim a refund through our contact centre.
For customers whose flights are not cancelled but would like to move to a later date, they can amend their flight online with no change fee.
This news comes just a week after British Airways announced its service between Jersey and Gatwick would not be running until at least the end of April.