TUI updates latest cancelled holidays list due to Covid restrictions

By Ben Reid

Airline TUI has updated its latest list of cancelled holidays due to Covid restrictions.

Customers are being contacted by the operator if affected, with popular destinations axed.

The government has confirmed that their list of green, amber and red countries will be reviewed every three weeks.

TUI added: "If we need to cancel your holiday for any of these reasons, you don't need to do anything. We’ll work through bookings in departure date order to proactively contact you as soon as we can. If you have an accommodation-only booking, which isn’t impacted by travel restrictions, and that you therefore don’t want to cancel, please give us a call.

"To offer continued flexibility and reassurance, we have extended our fee-free changes policy to the end of April 2022, for package holiday, flight-only and accommodation-only customers. We also have a fee-free changes policy in place for Marella Cruises and TUI River Cruises customers and for destinations on the green watchlist."

The below holidays have been cancelled as of September 10:

Holidays, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, to the below destinations due to depart on or before 25 September 2021:

• Egypt – Hurghada

•Florida

•Tunisia

Holidays, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, to Turkey due to depart on or before 30 September 2021.

Holidays, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, to the below destinations due to depart on or before 9 October 2021:

• Abu Dhabi

• Aruba

• Cape Verde, except Boa Vista

• Costa Rica

• Cuba

• Dominican Republic

• Egypt – Marsa Alam and Sharm El Sheikh

• India

• Indonesia

• Jamaica

• Maldives

• Mauritius

• Mexico

• Montenegro

• Seychelles

• Sri Lanka

• Tanzania

• Thailand

• Trinidad and Tobago

• USA, except Florida

Holidays, including flight-only and accommodation-only bookings, to the below destinations due to depart on or before 31 October 2021:

• Almeria, Mainland Spain

• Bulgaria

• Calabria, Italy

• Girona, Mainland Spain

• Italy – Sardinia (flying with TUI Airways – holidays including flights with our partner airlines are still operating from 10/9)

• Italy – Sicily (flying with TUI Airways – holidays including flights with our partner airlines are still operating from 10/9)

• Kvarner Bay, Croatia

• Los Cabos, Mexico

• Malta (flying with TUI Airways – holidays including flights with our partner airlines are still operating)

Lakes, mountains and cruise holidays

Lakes & Mountains holidays to all destinations – except Switzerland – due to depart on or before 31 October 2021.

Marella Cruises sailings on Marella Discovery due to depart from Palma on or before 25 October 2021.

These sailings have been replaced with cruises departing from Corfu between 4 September and 22 October 2021 – these are now on sale.

Marella Cruises sailings on Marella Discovery 2 due to depart on or before 31 October 2021.

Marella Cruises sailings on Marella Explorer 2 due to depart from Naples on or before 4 November 2021.

These sailings have been replaced with a cruise departing from Malaga on 7 September – this is now on sale.

Marella Cruises sailings from Palma on Marella Explorer due to depart on or before 25 September 2021.

Marella Cruises sailings from Dubrovnik on Marella Explorer 2 due to depart on or before 21 October 2021.

Marella Cruises sailings on Marella Discovery 2 due to depart from Paphos – Cyprus, Aqaba – Jordan, Muscat – Oman, Columbo – Sri Lanka, Langkawi – Malaysia, Laem Chabang – Thailand, Hong Kong, and Singapore between 1 November 2021 and 30 April 2022.

TUI River Cruises sailings on TUI Skyla due to depart on or before 22 November 2021.

TUI River Cruises sailings on TUI Isla due to depart on or before 30 March 2022.

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