TUI announced this month that it will be making a return in July, sparking hope for Britons’ future holidays. The major holiday company announced that it would be resuming flights from July 11 to just eight destinations. The destinations include flights to popular holiday hotspots with Britons such as Ibiza, Palma, Corfu, Crete, Kos, Rhodes, Lanzarote and Tenerife.
Countries across the world decided to close their borders and restrict travel earlier this year to try and halt the spread of the coronavirus.
As case and death rates drop, countries have begun reintroducing some travel.
TUI updated its travel advice this week on its website.
A message from TUI on their website states: “Due to the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office currently advise against all but essential travel.
“We’d like to extend a personal thank you for your patience and understanding as our customer service and social media teams work around the clock during such an unprecedented time.
“We’ve been working behind the scenes to make a number of changes to our processes.
“These changes will make sure that we’re able to offer additional support to you going forward and will make managing your booking much easier for you.”
TUI will only be operating flights from London Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham.
When TUI restarts its Florida route in December, they will not be using their own planes.
TUI Airways will resume flights to Florida in March 2021.
TUI is the largest leisure, travel and tourism company in the world.
The firm owns travel agencies, hotels, airlines, cruise ships and retail stores.