Tui announces further holiday cancellations over ‘travel uncertainty’

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Global tour operatorTui has announced further holiday cancellations because of “ongoing uncertainty around travel”.

TUI said it will not operate trips to red list destinations or those which require quarantine on arrival unless this can be foregone by a COVID test. The tour operator said it has made the decision to amend the flight schedule as a result of reviewing the latest Government update.

The Government issues a travel update every three weeks, with the next review expected to be on either August 25 or August 26.

International departures to Florida and the Mexican resort of Cancun are now cancelled until the end of August.

Holidays axed up to the end of August include India, Indonesia, Sicily and Sardinia, Maldives, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, the Thai resort of Phuket, Abu Dhabi and US destinations served with non-Tui flights.

Holidays departures cancelled up to and including September 4 are Aruba, Cape Verde, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Italy (Naples), Mexico (Puerto Vallarta), Turkey and Tunisia.

Furthermore, holidays to Canada, Kenya, Seychelles and Tobago with non-Tui flights are cancelled until September 4.

The third raft of departures axed up to and including October 31: Austria, Italy and Slovenia (Tui Lakes and Mountains including non-Tui flights); Varna and Bourgas in Bulgaria; Sicily, Sardinia, Calabria in Italy; Almeria and Girona in mainland Spain; Malta (except non-Tui flights) and Montenegro.

Details about the cancellations, and destinations that are being served, are on the Tui website.

 


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