TUI has launched over 100,000 more holidays for summer 2022 due to soaring demand.

The most popular holiday destinations include Greece, Turkey and Florida, with more than 62 destinations on offer.

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Families are not just looking to next year due to uncertainty over holidays this summer, but are also rebooking holidays from 2020 which were cancelled due to the pandemic.

Next May is the most popular right now, as Brits wanting a May bank holiday trip abroad are less optimistic about a trip going ahead this year.

A TUI spokesperson explained: "We continue to see strong pent-up demand in the UK, with bookings for summer 2022 now around 120 per cent higher compared to summer 2021 bookings.

“Bookings for May 2022 are recording an increase of more than 150 per cent compared to May 2021.”

  • TUI summer 2022 holidays – book here

Deals include seven nights in Greece for £260 per person or 14 nights in Turkey for £275 each.

Holidays to Spain and Portugal can also be found for less than £290 each for a week in the sun.

Holidays abroad haven't been given the go ahead by the UK government just yet.

The Global Travel Taskforce are expected to announce on April 5 when this will be, with hopes it could be as early as May 17.

However, experts have warned this may be too early and that a trip abroad may not resume until the summer.

Countries in Europe are facing rising cases and a slow vaccine rollout – France is the latest country to go back into lockdown.

However, it is hoped countries like Portugal and Malta may open first to Brits due to low Covid cases and increasing vaccine jabs.

Traffic light systems and vaccine passports are all being suggested as ways to allow restriction-free travel to resume this summer so holidaymakers can avoid pricey Covid tests and quarantine restrictions.

Boris Johnson has said it is likely that all Brits will need a vaccine passport to go on holiday in the future.

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