A spokeswoman said: “We are constantly monitoring the situation and will start taking people on holiday again as soon as we are able to do so.”
Like many airlines and holiday companies, TUI had hoped a summer recovery would start in July, however, Britain’s new 14-day quarantine rules for international arrivals brought in on June 8, look to deter people from travelling.
TUI said in a statement on Thursday: “With so much uncertainty around when travel will be able to recommence, customers due to travel before the end of August have the opportunity to amend their holiday for free.”
Britain has said work is continuing on “air bridges” between countries with low infection rates to allow quarantine-free travel, something which the industry says is vital to kick-start travel demand and avoid further job losses.
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