There is a buzz in tourism with most travel companies announcing that they are postponing the start of their programs to July 1st.
Love Holidays and Onthebeach have already reportedly shipped their packages for the date, with the latter being the third largest tour operator in Britain.
Also despite the fact that there are no official announcements, TUI CEO Andrew Flintham in a statement stressed that there is great dissatisfaction with the cost of the tests, while giving the possibility of cancellations until the end of July.
We remind you that the same decision was made by Jet 2, which like TUI are companies that come to our island often and have received a large number of foreign visitors, especially from Great Britain.
As everything shows, this development for tourism on our island is not pleasant and after that no one knows how the other travel companies will move, if they will follow the same path.