TUI holidays cancelled: Full list of holidays no longer going ahead

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TUI is just one of many travel companies which have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Though travel corridors are in place, allowing for quarantine-free travel for Britons, these can change rapidly leaving holiday plans in tatters.

Holiday provider TUI has committed to only flying customers to destinations where they will not require quarantine on either side.

This means that when countries are suddenly axed, the firm has dedicated itself to cancelling holidays in order to protect customers.

In a statement on its website, TUI says: “The UK Government reviews its travel advice on a weekly basis, and this can sometimes force us to make changes to our holiday programme.

“Please understand that we are doing all that we can to give you as much notice as possible about any changes to your holiday and we apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.”

The travel firm is currently only offering holidays to four destinations in line with the current Government guidance.

These include Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Turkey.

Holidays to all other destinations are now cancelled.

“If you have a holiday booked with us and it’s impacted by a change or cancellation, we’ll contact you to discuss your options,” vows TUI.

Here is a full list of holidays impacted by cancellations:

  • TUI holidays to Egypt due to depart on or before October 17 2020
  • TUI holidays to Tunisia due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Morocco due to depart on or before October 17 2020
  • TUI holidays to Bulgaria due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Jamaica due to depart on or before October 9 2020
  • TUI holidays to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Boa Vista, Cape Verde due to depart on or before October 31 2020

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  • TUI holidays to Sal, Cape Verde due to depart on or before October 18 2020
  • TUI holidays to the resort of Chania in Crete, due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to the resort of Heraklion in Crete, due to depart on or before October 12 2020
  • TUI holidays to the resort of Malia in Crete due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to the resort of Laganas in Zante due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Zante (except the resort of Laganas) due to depart on or before October 12 2020
  • TUI holidays to Santorini due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Mykonos due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Malta departing on or before October 16, 2020, Mexico
  • TUI holidays to Cancun, Mexico due to depart on or before October 31 2020

  • TUI holidays to Los Cabos, Mexico due to depart on or before December 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to mainland Portugal due to depart on or before October 12 2020
  • TUI holidays to Madeira due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Reus, Ibiza and Menorca due to depart on or before October 31 2020
  • TUI holidays to Majorca, Malaga and Alicante due to depart on or before October 16 2020
  • TUI holidays to the Canary Islands due to depart on or before October 12 2020
  • TUI holidays to Florida due to depart on or before November 30 2020
  • TUI holidays to Phu Quoc due to depart on or before December 31 2020

The holiday operator has also been forced to cancel a number of river and ocean cruises.

These include the following:

  • TUI River Cruises sailings travelling on or before November 25 2020
  • TUI Lakes and Mountains holidays travelling on or before September 30 2020
  • TUI Tours travelling on or before October 31 2020
  • All sailings on Marella Celebration
  • All Marella Cruises sailings up to and including November 15 2020

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