Rhodes is a popular holiday destination and its beaches attract thousands of tourists every year.
Airlines have continued to fly into Rhodes International Airport despite the fires but say they are keeping an eye on the “fast-moving situation”.
British Airways says it is “very concerned” about what is happening and has been in contact with customers on the island to check they are safe and provide assistance.
“Customers currently in Rhodes who need to come home early can change their return flight free of charge, and anyone due to travel out from the UK in the next week can change their flight to a later date,” their spokesperson said.
easyJet said flights to and from Rhodes are operating as normal but added: “However we continue to closely monitor the situation and the advice provided by the relevant authorities.”
Jet2 said: “We are aware of the fast-moving situation in Rhodes, and our in-resort teams are working tirelessly to comply with the guidance of local authorities.”
TUI said its teams on the island are following advice from local authorities.
A spokesperson added: “A small number of hotels have been impacted and as a precaution we’re relocating affected customers and providing them with alternative accommodation.
“Flights continue to operate as normal and we will be in contact with customers should their holidays be impacted.”