Holiday flights to Tunisia resume following 2015 terror attack
- Thomas Cook has announced it will resume flights to Tunisia.
It comes after tourists were advised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office that travel to the country was too dangerous in the wake of the Sousse terror attack that killed 38 people, including 30 Britons. Thomas Cook is the first major operator to return to the country following the attack, which left the tourism-reliant Tunisian economy suffering. The first flight will depart this morning from Birmingham Airport shortly at 6.05.
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