TUI is set to resume some flights and holidays from May 17 in line with the Government guidelines. However, as a result of the “traffic light” system, the holiday provider has made the decision to only depart from four UK airports.
This means all holidays between May 17 and May 27 which do not depart from London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol are cancelled.
In its latest update, TUI explained: “We’re sorry to say the following holidays will not be operating.
“All TUI holidays departing from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, due to depart on or before May 16 2021.
“All TUI holidays, including flight-only bookings, departing from any UK airport EXCEPT London Gatwick, Manchester Birmingham and Bristol due to depart on or before May 27 2021.”
A selection of additional holidays due to depart are also cancelled amid ongoing restrictions.
All Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Bulgaria, Croatia, Tunisia, Egypt and Cape Verde holidays due to depart on or before June 6, 2021, have been cancelled.
Holidays to Los Cabos, Mexico and Kvarner Bay, Croatia, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings due to depart before October 31, 2021, have also been axed…