Tui cancels slew of flights and vacation packages in latest travel update


Tui urged customers to recheck their bookings after the airline announced a slew of cancellations in its latest travel update.

Yesterday, the low-cost airline released a list of the countries it currently operates to – as well as flights it has been forced to cancel due to “lingering uncertainty” amid the coronavirus.

The UK government is expected to announce updates to the Red List later this week, following the last update three weeks ago.

The government has also said that by the end of the month, vacationers will be able to replace the second-day PCR test with a cheaper lateral flow test – although no official date has yet been announced for this.

TUI has advised customers to check out the latest tips for the latest Covid requirements at their destination.

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Due to the current travel uncertainty, the following destinations are being canceled:

Until October 16 included: Egypt (Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh) and Jamaica

Until October 21 included:

TUI flights: Cape Verde, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Mexico

Until October 31 included:

TUI flights:

  • Aruba
  • Austria, Italy and Slovenia (TUI Lakes and Mountains)
  • Bulgaria (Varna and Bourgas)
  • Costa Rica
  • Egypt (Marsa Alam)
  • Florida
  • Italy (Calabria, Sardinia and Sicily)
  • Mainland Spain (Almeria and Girona)
  • Malta
  • Montenegro
  • Thailand
  • Tunisia

Non-TUI flights:

Austria, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Seychelles, Tanzania, Thailand and Trinidad and Tobago, United States and United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi)

TUI assured customers that if a holiday was canceled, they would receive at least seven days’ notice.

They said those affected can request a full cash refund, or move to a later date or alternative vacation with a booking incentive.

The airline added, “We know some customers may not be sure to travel this summer, so to provide continued flexibility and assurance, no-charge changes can be made for customers up to 14 days prior to travel. which must leave until October 31 inclusive. “


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