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Tunisia  is extending State of Emergency…

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Tunisia has announced it is extending its state of emergency for another seven months.

“Following consultations with Prime Minister Yusuf Al-Shahid and Parliament Speaker Mohamed Al-Nasser, President Beji Caid Essebsi has decided to extend the state of emergency for seven more months,” Tunisian authorities announced in a statement on 12 March.

Operating in Tunisia?  

The state of emergency has been in place since November 2015, following a terrorist attack on a police bus in central Tunis, which killed 12 security personnel.  It has been reviewed regularly and extended a number of times since then.

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Supply and Demand

Tour Operator Thomas Cook relaunched holidays to Tunisia in February 2018; the first flight from Birmingham to the Tunisian resort airport of Enfidha was completely sold out.

“Since it closed for British holidaymakers three years ago, we’ve had lots of customers asking us when Tunisia will be back on sale,” said group head of customer welfare Carol MacKenzie. “Its soft, long beaches with year-round sun, historic ruins and enchanting desert villages make Tunisia a destination that attracts lots of loyal visitors.”

In response to demand the tour operator has launched three weekly flights to Enfidha from Manchester, London Gatwick and Birmingham, expanding to include Glasgow from April and Newcastle and London Stansted from May. Holidays are offered in a handful of resorts, mainly near Hammamet.

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