Following the attacks on hotels in Port el Kantoui in Tunisia, we have decided not to fly to Tunisia anymore. The flight that was on its way is returning to Brussels right now. Another flight that would fly tonight has been canceled. That is also the case for the 4 outbound flights tomorrow. These 6 flights will be used to fly travelers back from Tunisia to Belgium. We make every effort to inform the affected passengers and to offer them the possibility to book another flight.
Update situation in Tunisia
Today – Friday – we are deploying, above our intended flights, 2 extra flights to bring back our passengers from Tunisia. The total number of flights today is 4.
Tomorrow, Saturday, 4 flights are planned + 1 extra flight.
This means that Friday and Saturday we are deploying 9 flights to have as much capacity available as possible, for travelers who want to fly back.
Friday, 26/06/2015, 15h50
As a result of the attacks on hotels in Port el Kantaoui in Tunisia, tour operators Jetair, Sunjets.be and VIP Selection decided to cancel all flights to Tunisia.
The flight who was on its way, is now returning to Brussels.
Another flight who was supposed to depart to Tunisia this evening, has been canceled. This is also the case for the 4 outbound flights of tomorrow.
Those 6 flights will be executed to bring back passengers to our country.
The tour operator is doing everything to inform all involved passengers and to give them a chance to rebook their holiday.
At the moment, there are 2391 passengers who booked via TUI Belgium, including 207 passengers in Port El Kantaoui. Some of the affected hotels are in our brochure.