TUI had to cancel numerous flights by the end of the month.
The tour operator confirmed the cancellations would affect anyone traveling to and from Rhodes by July 30.
More than 16,000 people were evacuated by land and 3,000 by sea from 12 and more villagesin the largest evacuation effort that Greece has seen since the forest fires.
Frightened vacationers have had to flee burning hotels, wade through water and sleep on gym floors.
Earlier this week, TUI confirmed that flights to Rhodes would be canceled until July 25.
This has since been extended to the end of the month.
A TUI spokesman said: “Our teams in Rhodes have been working tirelessly to support customers affected by the wildfires in the south east of the island and three dedicated flights brought our first customers safely back to the UK overnight.”
“We have representatives in all evacuation centers and we want to bring more people home from the affected areas as soon as possible.”
“We know how distressing and difficult it was for the evacuees and ask them to continue to follow the advice of local authorities and to stay in touch with our teams.”
“We have canceled all outbound flights to Rhodes up to and including Friday 28 July, as well as all outbound flights for customers traveling to affected hotels up to and including Sunday 30 July.”
Jet2 has until then canceled all passenger flights to the fire-stricken Mediterranean islandSunday, but empty planes will fly to Rhodes to evacuate customers.
I drew them all too to Kiotari and Lardos areas from today to Monday 31 July.
Andhas canceled all package tours until Wednesday.
Here’s everything you need to know about spending a holiday in Rhodes, including your rights.
TUI has also warned Brits not to travel to a number of its hotels in Corfu after more wildfires ravaged a second island.