TUI has canceled trips to Turkey and eight other destinations until June 27
Tui canceled trips to Turkey and eight other destinations until June 27 due to uncertainties about travel rules. The other countries affected are Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Egypt, Cape Verde, Morocco, Tunisia and Bulgaria. Turkey and Cape Verde are on the "red list" of the United Kingdom, and the others are on the "yellow list".
Under the government's "traffic light" system, only citizens and residents of the UK and Northern Ireland will be allowed to come from the countries on the red list. Upon arrival in the UK, they will have to stay in self-isolation in a government-approved hotel, and the costs will be borne by the traveler.
TUI has canceled trips to Turkey and eight other destinations until June 27 due to the uncertain situation.
Those who want to travel from a country on the yellow list, will have to self-isolate at home for a period of 10 days and perform no less than 3 tests. The Foreign Ministry has advised the British population to avoid non-essential travel to as many of the destinations on the yellow list as possible, with the exception of the Canary Islands and some Greek islands.
"We are constantly reviewing the holiday schedule and cancellations according to government updates every three weeks. The next update will be released in early June. Due to the continuing uncertainty, we decided to cancel all trips to the following destinations until June 27, including: Mexico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Turkey, Egypt, Cape Verde, Morocco, Tunisia and Bulgaria. All customers affected by these cancellations will be contacted directly and will be able to request a full cash refund or be able to change the ticket at a later date or receive an incentive for another holiday booking. ”, a TUI official said.