TUI has been forced to cancel and amend holidays frequently throughout the last year due to changing coronavirus travel restrictions. In its latest update, the airline has confirmed further cancellations and suspensions to certain destinations due to travel advice from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
All holiday bookings to Aruba, whether they are flight-only or accommodation-only, that were made before September 18th, 2021 will be cancelled.
All holiday bookings to Naples (including flight-only or accommodation-only) that depart before September 6th 2021 are canceled.
Also, all holidays to Abu Dhabi and Egypt on or before September 25, 2021 to Costa Rica, Costa Rica and Cuba are cancelled.
TUI also cancelled holiday to another list of destinations that were due to depart October 31st, 2021.
This includes accommodation and flights to Almeria, Girona, Spain and Calabria, Italy.
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TUI offers refunds on holidays cancelled
TUI’s website states that “Please be assured, in the event of your holiday being cancelled, we will contact you immediately to discuss your options.”
It will continue to honor its holiday promise.
Holidays will be canceled if there is a FCDO warning against travel to non-essential destinations, or if quarantine measures are imposed by the government.
We will work with you to make bookings for your departure date.
We can help you cancel if you are able to make an accommodation-only reservation that isn’t affected by travel restrictions.
TUI also offers flexibility through “feeless changes” for customers who book package holidays, flights-only or accommodation-only packages until April 2022.
Publiated at Wednesday, 01 Sep 2021 07:27:05 +0000