TUI has updated their holiday and flight cancellations ahead of the UK’s travel update tomorrow.
The government’s travel announcement, which happens every three weeks, will update the green, amber and red list destinations, with the changes enforced by the following week.
TUI has updated their holiday cancellations[/caption]
TUI has been forced to cancel a number of holidays and flights in recent months due to the pandemic, as the tour operator confirmed they will never operate to red list countries, or countries which require a quarantine on arrival.
Here is the full list of TUI holiday and flight cancellations:
Up to and including 30th September:
Up to and including 9th October:
- Cape Verde
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- Sri Lanka
- Trinidad & Tobago
- UAE (Abu Dhabi)
Up to and including 31st October:
- Austria, Italy and Slovenia (TUI Lakes and Mountains)
- Bulgaria (Varna and Bourgas)
- Italy (Calabria, Sardinia and Sicily)
- Mainland Spain (Almeria and Girona)
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Holidaymakers who are affected can request a full cash refund, or change their holiday to a different date or location with a booking incentive if their holiday is affected.
TUI is still operating to a number of green list destinations, including Croatia and Madeira, as well as Barbados, Gibraltar, Malta and Switzerland with non-TUI flights.
Holidays to some of the popular amber list destinations are also still going ahead, which include Spain, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Portugal, Dubai and St Lucia.
The next travel update is expected tomorrow, with predictions of 24 destinations being taken off the red list, including Turkey and the Maldives.
However there is hope that the traffic light scheme could be scrapped altogether next month, with no green or amber lists and leaving just a red travel ban list.
Boris Johnson confirmed yesterday that they were looking at at “simplified” traffic light system, and also confirmed that the test rules could be changed as well.
It is hopes that the expensive PCR tests required from returning Brits could be scrapped for vaccinated travellers.
Brits are eager for Turkey holidays to return[/caption]