TUI has cancelled 43 flights a week from Manchester Airport throughout June, covering destinations in Spain and the island, Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria.
It has not published the list of confirmed flights online but it says all the 34,000 customers affected have been told.
Travel Gossip has seen the below list of cancelled Manchester flights and a TUI spokesperson has confirmed it is correct.
However, they pointed out that customers already in the destinations affected will be flown home despite the outbound cancellations.
The cancelled TUI Manchester flights are:
From today until the end of June:
- TOM 2234 ALC (Alicante)
- TOM 2246 FUE (Fuerteventura)
- TOM 2264 BOJ (Bourgas)
- TOM 512 AYT (Antalya)
- TOM 2220 GRO (Girona)
- TOM 2266 ZTH (Zante/Zakynthos)
- TOM 2366 LCA (Larnaca)
- TOM 2368 PMI (Palma)
- TOM 2374 EFT (Kefalonia)
- TOM 2370 KGS (Kos)
- TOM 344 AYT (Antalya)
- TOM 2354 TFS (Tenerife South)
From 2 June until the end of June:
- TOM 2468 ACE (Lanzarote)
- TOM 636 AYT (Antalya)
- TOM 2436 PFO (Paphos)
- TOM 2430 PMI (Palma)
- TOM 650 BUV (Bodrum)
- TOM 2492 BOJ (Bourgas)
In addition to the above list, TUI has confirmed there are other, ad hoc cancellations, including flights from Manchester to Crete and Rhodes this Friday.