In its latest travel update for customers, TUI announced that it had canceled flights to more than 30 destinations.
The UK’s largest tour operator is constantly reviewing its vacation program.
The cancellations followed government updates every three weeks.
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Turkey is one of the countries where TUI customers cannot fly.
TUI said on its website : “We will not take customers to red destinations or those that require quarantine on arrival, unless this can be avoided by a Covid test.
“If we have to cancel holidays due to updated government guidelines or after reviewing our vacation program, we will contact customers and try to give at least seven days’ notice.
“These customers can request a full cash refund or move to a later date or alternative vacation with a booking incentive.”
Up to and including 30NSSeptember:
Up to and including 9NSOctober:
Aruba, Cape Verde (Sal), Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt (Marsa Alam and Sharm El Sheikh), Florida, Jamaica and Mexico.
Canada, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi) and USA with non-TUI flights.
Up to and including 31NSOctober:
Austria, Italy and Slovenia (TUI lakes and mountains including non-TUI flights)
Bulgaria (Varna and Burgas)
Italy (Calabria, Sardinia and Sicily)
Mainland Spain (Almeria and Girona)
Malta (excluding non-TUI flights) and Montenegro
Turkey with non-TUI flights
The company added, “We know some customers may be unsure this summer. In order to continue to offer flexibility and security, changes can be made free of charge up to 14 days before departure for customers departing up to and including October 31st.
“Customers departing between November 1, 2021 and April 30, 2022 can change trains free of charge up to 28 days before departure.
“Vacation changes can be made via” Manage my booking “, in a TUI store or by calling 0203 4512688.”