"Information on the situation in Egypt, as of 31.01.2011, 08:00 clock - location on the Red Sea remains quiet / TUI nevertheless recommends to reconsider travel plans to Egypt and offers toll-free changes and cancellations for all arrivals to 07.02. / Travel to Cairo and Luxor, up 07.02. stopped
Information of the Foreign Ministry on the situation in Egypt
Press Release No. 2 on the situation in Egypt
At 31 January 2011, 09:00 clock more ...
Press Release No. 1 to the situation in Egypt
Stand 29 January 2011, 10:00 clock more ...
Service Hotline at telephone (05 11) 567-8000
below will provide you information about your trip to Egypt:
Information for customers with a beach stop on the Red Sea
The situation in the tourist areas is currently quiet. Although it is our vacation spot is currently no limitations, we can not ensure this in the future. We therefore ask you to reconsider your travel plans and rebook to another destination. Therefore we offer you for all arrivals to Egypt until 07.02. a toll-free rebooking or cancellation of your trip."
Therefore, German tourists travelling with Thomsons can in fact re-book or cancel free of charge, so why does the same not apply to Britain customers?