British tourists return to Tunisia

Thomas Cook resumes service to Tunisia

British tourists return to Tunisia

However, Britain's Foreign Office softened its advice a year ago and Thomas Cook said all three of its flights to Tunisia's Enfidha airport were full.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advised against all but essential visits to the North African country after 30 Britons - including three members of the same Black Country family - were killed in July 2015. The group of tourists were met by Nabeul governor Saloua Khiari in a festive atmosphere.

Once this was updated, Thomas Cook resumed holiday sales to people in the United Kingdom in August, with trips starting today.

It said the decision was taken to put the destination back on sale after the United Kingdom government changed its advice for Tunisia meaning that British holidaymakers can now travel to the majority of the country.

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Around 440,000 people from the United Kingdom visited Tunisia in 2014, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Thomas Cook has resumed flights from the United Kingdom to Tunisia for the first time since 2015, when 30 Britons were killed in the Sousse beach attack.

It did not stop selling holidays to French, German and Belgian tourists after the Sousse attack as their governments did not advise their citizens against travelling to Tunisia.

During the terror attack gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fired on the Port El Kantaoui resort, north of the city of Sousse.

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"The Tunisian government has improved protective security in major cities and tourist resorts".

'Its soft, long beaches, year-round sun, historic ruins and tasty local food mean it attracts lots of loyal visitors, as well as those visiting for the first time.

TUI will also restart holidays to Tunisia in May and say its decision to resume packages to the country was due to a returning appetite.

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