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Tui cancels holidays until mid-June

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29/04/2020
Travel firm Tui has put all holidays on hold until 11 June.

The UK’s largest holiday company had previously said all beach holidays up to and including 14 May would no longer operate.

It also confirmed that Marella Cruise holidays travelling up to and including 30 June have been suspended and the Tui River Cruise, due to launch last month, will now commence on the 26 November.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has warned against all but essential international travel indefinitely.

A statement from Tui said: “Due to the ongoing travel restrictions, we will be cancelling all TUI holidays until 11 June 2020 and all Marella Cruises up to 30 June 2020.

“We are proactively contacting all customers whose bookings are impacted to offer a range of flexible options.”

Customers who have a booking impacted by these changes will receive a refund credit to be used to rebook their holiday at a later date. They will also receive 20% off their booking as an incentive.

They can also request a cash refund.

Customers with bookings between 12 June and 11 July can also amend their holiday to another date for free.

A spokesperson said: “We would like to thank customers for their patience and understanding, especially given the scale of people we are trying to help.”

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