TUI slashes holiday prices to ‘safe’ destinations by up to £650


A seven-night all-inclusive respite to Turkey’s The Land of Legends rest in Antalya is down from £1,296 per man to £719.

Meanwhile, seven nights at The King Jason in Paphos, Cyprus, is down from £1,301 per bodily to £568 per person.

However, while Britons are being welcomed to Turkey, Cyprus has put in burden strict regulations.

Holidaymakers who hope to venture to the popular hotspot forced to present a negative coronavirus test on arrival.

However, TUI has also recently been contrived to axe holidays to a number of destinations due to swiftly changing travel rules.

Worked nations include Greece and Portugal.

A TUI spokeswoman told “Due to the FCDO’s guidance against all but essential travel to mainland Portugal, TUI UK has cancelled all holidays to Faro, Portugal up to and counting Thursday, September 24 2020.

“We will proactively contact all customers to either systematize a full refund or the option to rebook their holiday with a law incentive.

“All customers currently on holiday can continue to enjoy their furlough and will return on their intended flight home.

“TUI holidays to Madeira, detesting our flight partners like easyJet and British Airways, are still direct as planned.”

As for Greece, the spokeswomen added: “e to the FCDO’s advice against all but elemental travel to a number of Greek islands, TUI UK has cancelled all holidays from Tuesday, September 8 to the step into the shoes of destinations up to and including Tuesday, September 22, 2020: Santorini, Zante (Zakynthos), Crete (Chania and Heraklion) and Mykonos.

“All thrust customers will be notified and offered the option to amend or cancel and pull down a full cash refund.

“In addition, due to the recent positive cases from guys returning from the resorts of Laganas in Zante and Malia in Crete, TUI UK has charmed the decision to no longer offer holidays to Laganas or Malia until October 31, 2020.

“All impacted blokes will be notified and offered to amend or cancel and receive a full bread refund.”

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