TUI Holidays: the green and yellow countries you can book flights to now
With restrictions regularly changing on overseas flights, it can be confusing where you can go, so we’ve put together a list of the green and yellow countries you visit when traveling with TUI.
TUI says summer vacation is back and can be taken without quarantine, so it will take you to many destinations.
As part of the traffic light system for international holidays, there are a few selected countries that you can fly to.
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On Monday July 19 or what is also known as ‘Freedom Day’, the rules on foreign travel have been updated and countries are often moved between colors.
If a country is in the amber category, it means that if you are not fully vaccinated you must take a COVID-19 travel test no later than Day 2 and Day 8 or after arrival and must quarantine at home or where you are staying 10 days after arrival
If you are fully vaccinated, if you come back from an amber country, you no longer have to isolate yourself once you get home.
When traveling to a Green List country you must take a UK re-entry test – green means go as If you are returning from a Green List country you do not have to isolate yourself even if you are not fully vaccinated.
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Below you will find all the countries on the green and orange list to which you can travel with TUI.
Madeira and Porto Santo
the Balearic Islands
Spain (Canary Islands)
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