TUI make great holiday change that affects millions of customers and where they can go

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TUI has announced that they are going to fly vacationers to countries that are not in quarantine travellers.The UK’s largest tour-operator made the announcement in an e-mail to customers this afternoon.

TUI “promise” not to take the clients in quarantine a holiday without explaining: “This means that we do not travel to places where we know that you will need to self-isolate when your arrival or upon your return home. ”

This means that TUI clients may only be able to go on vacation in countries that have agreed to a “air bridge” with the united KINGDOM.



Ministers want to set up air bridges to countries that are considered “most advantageous” for the UK economy – such as France, Spain, Greece and Portugal

The Foreign Office currently advises against non-essential travel, but it is under review of all time.

Boris Johnson is expected to announce a chain of transactions with a “small number” of countries to create air bridges later this month to enable the quarantine-free travel, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The Prime Minister will unveil what country is said to lower the rate of infection by the coronavirus – are included in the transaction, in a boost for Britons hoping to enjoy summer holidays abroad, after months of locking.

Ministers want to set up air bridges to countries that are considered “most advantageous” for the UK economy – such as France, Spain, Greece and Portugal.

Earlier this month airlines has sent a list of 45 countries that should be exempt from the rules of quarantine for the government.



Other destinations that TUI currently fly could well be out of the list of holidays according to the government of the air of the bridge decision expected within days

The countries on this list that TUI currently fly are Antigua, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Bulgaria, Cape Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Italy, Jamaica, Malta, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Spain, saint Lucia, Tunisia, Turkey and the united states.

And the Sun has been said that Boris also wants to re-establish long-haul flights between the united KINGDOM and from distant countries such as Dubai, Singapore and Sydney.

However, other destinations that TUI currently fly could well be out of the list of holidays according to the government of the air of the bridge decision expected within days.

In his email to TUI customer Director-general Andrew Flintham also outlined a series of measures under the TUI Holiday Promise to help clients begin to travel again with ” peace of mind “.

These include the disinfection of the aircraft cabin to ensure that the hotels are deep-cleaned before re-opening.

And he promises that despite all the changes and social distancing rules, customers ” will have a brilliant TUI holiday “.

He promises: “If there are any major changes to your holiday resort or destination, who is going to stop this, we’re not going to take you there. ”

Mr Flintham said: “The last few months have been really amazing and we’ve all had to make changes in our everyday life.



The UK’s largest tour operator has been canceled for all trips up to and including July 10,

“We have changed the way people consume, work and socialize, and how we will vacation in the future will also be a little different.

“But even if we find ourselves in exceptional circumstances, we want to assure you that we will do everything possible to continue to take you have a safe and enjoyable holiday. ”

Earlier this month, TUI delay the date at which it will restart holiday to the British due to the continued travel restrictions.

The tour operator has been canceled for all trips up to and including 10 July.

He had already planned to resume the journey on the 1st of July.

Last week, the tour operator seems confident that things will restart soon.

A spokesman said that its market in the united KINGDOM would 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.

A spokesperson for the TUI previously added: “We are constantly monitoring the situation and start to take people on holiday as soon as we are able to do so.

“At this point in time, nobody can predict with precision when this will be, therefore, for the time being, we will keep a close eye on our program and continue to modify and adapt the timings in line with the latest world travel tips. “

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