Jan 5, 2021
Tui and Thomas Cook cancel bookings as lockdowns begin
Travel firms Tui and Thomas Cook have cancelled holidays after new coronavirus lockdown restrictions were imposed. Thomas Cook said it would call customers to offer refunds or rebooking. "Customers currently overseas can continue to enjoy their holidays as planned and we will update them directly if there are any changes to their holidays," Tui added. Thomas Cook, which became an online-only travel brand in September after its earlier collapse, said: "Following the announcement of the latest lockdown, we are calling our customers to offer refunds or move their holidays to a later date." "Chief executive Alan French said:"We've seen over the festive period that customers are looking ahead to the summer and beginning to book in earnest for those important summer weeks in the sun.
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