Caption: Luqa, Malta – April 18, 2019: Thomson Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner (G-TUIH) on departure back to Manchester, UK.
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TUI has cancelled more holidays until August just days before new travel rules come into force.
From next week, double jabbed Brits will be able to return from amber list countries without having to quarantine back in the UK.
But despite the new rules being in place from Monday, the tour operator has cancelled many more holidays until at least July 31.
It also comes just a few days before the Government updates its travel rules to green, amber and red list destinations on Thursday.
Full list of TUI cancellations
TUI’s latest cancellations will affect the following countries:
Croatia (Except Kvarner Bay)
Greece – Halkidiki, Samos and Thassos
Mainland Spain (Except Malaga and Alicante)
Morocco – Agadir
Mexico – Puerto Vallarta and Cancun
USA (except Florida)
Countries like Turkey, Maldives and the UAE are already on the red list, but many British holiday favourites, including Spain, Italy and Greece, were hoping to welcome more tourists from next week.
TUI also announced it would be cancelling holidays to Greece and Spain throughout July.
List of TUI’s cancelled holidays in July
Spain – Alicante
Spain – Malaga
Greece – Kefalonia
Greece – Skiathos
Morocco – Marrakesh
Fuerteventura – Canary Islands
Greece – Preveza
Greece – Santorini and Chania in Crete
La Palma – Canary Islands, Spain
Tourists can get a full refund if their holidays are cancelled, or they can change to a later date with a booking incentive.
TUI said: ‘We want to offer our customers flexibility and choice this summer, so where borders are open and FCDO advice allows travel, we will operate to those destinations as planned.
‘We are continually reviewing our holiday programme and cancellations in line with the Government updates every three weeks, with the next update expected on the 15th July.’
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