BRITS are all saying the same thing as holiday firms are still selling cheap holidays despite the ongoing travel disruption.
Travel firm Tui is still advertising its bargain breaks despite axing holidays for more than 30,000 passengers this summer.
Customers were left furious today after spotting the airline’s ads on TV and social media as millions of Brits had their travel plans crushed.
Tui announced it would be cancelling around 43 flights a week until June 30 to prevent further problems seen at UK airports this week.
Customers claim they are still being targeted for trips – with many spotting adverts for Tui on TV and online.
One person wrote on Twitter: “What are they still advertising on TV/Social Media for holidays right now when cancelling and ruining hundreds off peoples breaks!!!! Such a joke.”
Another said: “Big business running amok with peoples lives the same as TUI cancelling umpteen flights a day leaving holiday makers stranded but still advertising package holidays they know they can’t deliver on!”
Someone else wrote: “TUI have a cheek advertising on TV #ThisMorning.
“The companies who are cancelling holidays should be banned from advertising holidays for this year, TUI, in particular are pushing holidays thot they are clearly struggling to deliver.”
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