TUI farm vacation travel agent stores in France, with job losses of nearly 600

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TUI is the closure of its travel agent in the stores, with job losses of nearly 600 in France in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The tour operator has stated that 583 jobs will be lost with the closing or selling 70 stores.

It is hoped that the restructuring should enable the Tui France to break even from 2021”.

TUI said that in the future they will focus on the “high margin with a few basic marks,” as he plans to reduce the global cost of 30%.



TUI France was “already loss-making before the pandemic,” the company said in a press release

In a statement, TUI said: “The project anticipates a reduction of 583 jobs, in the scenario of the closure of all own retail stores, which is about 60% of the Tui France the personnel of the base.”

“The changes are now being discussed with the competent committees and employee representatives in France.”

He added: “Tui France has already loss-making before the pandemic. In a difficult market, with a high cost structure and low margins, the company had losses in recent years.

“In the wake of the crown of the pandemic, the situation of Tui France has again deteriorated significantly. A wide-ranging package of measures is necessary to create a vision for the company within the group.”



TUI said UK bookings for winter holidays were up 6% and summer 2021 “remains promising”

“Overall, the TUI Group aims to reduce its basic management costs of 30 per cent in the world.

“The restructuring of TUI France is a step towards the realization of TUI more competitive and then get out of the crisis stronger. ”

TUI UK has been forced to cancel all trips up to and including 10 July.

He had already planned to resume the journey, on the 1st of July, but in the course of coronavirus restrictions resulted in additional delays.

But now, the tour operator seems confident that things will restart soon.

A spokesman said that its market in the united KINGDOM to resume partial operations this summer.

And has revealed that the UK, bookings for winter holidays were up 6% and summer 2021 “remains promising”.

Before restarting, the tour operator has announced security measures for its hotels, airlines and cruises.

On the plans, the boarding will be shifted and everyone will have to wear masks.

Passengers will be encouraged to pre-order food and pay using cards.

During this time, hotels will have additional cleaners and restaurants will be staggered.

Sports that encourage social distance run, such as the golf, and kids clubs may be limited.



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On cruise ships, passengers will have to fill in a health questionnaire and will be screened prior to boarding by having control of the temperature.

The children clubs will be limited and there will be no self-service restaurants.

On June 15, the travel firm restarted the summer season, with two flights from Germany to Mallorca.

“Based on our restart dates, we are planning to operate around 30% of our original capacity in Q4 2020”, TUI said in an update yesterday.

On its website, the TUI states: “All other holidays are continuing to operate as expected and will be continuously reviewed. “

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