The UK’s largest tour operator have extended their cancellation of holidays to Portugal until at least the end of next week for UK customers.
Tui said that they “continue to review its holiday programme in line with UK government advice,” following fresh travel advice warning against non-essential travel to mainland Portugal since 17 March.
Last week Tui extended their cancellation of holidays to the Balearic and Canary Islands until 4 August.
This comes after the British government placed mainland Spain and the Islands on the 14-day mandatory quarantine list for all holidaymakers travelling back to the UK.
The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) are advising against all but essential travel to the countries, following a spike in coronavirus cases.
Tui has also cancelled all holidays until 10 August to mainland Spain, those who were due to travel between 26 July and 9 August can amend travel arrangements or cancel their holiday, with a full refund.
Customers who are due to travel to either mainland Spain or Portugal between 17 to 31 August or the Balearic or Canary Islands between 10 to 16 August can amend their booking, rebook or cancel with a full refund.