Since the October 2015 plane crash, the once-popular beach resort for British tourists has been out of the question. After the Russian passenger plane blew up over the region, killing all on board, David Cameron ordered all flights to and from Sharm be halted. In November, travel agents and airlines said they'd canceled all flights until early 2016. That ban was then extended to May and Thomas Cook had been selling holidays after May 25th but the company has now confirmed that the time frame for canceled bookings is being extended from May 25th to October 31st. A spokesperson for Thomas Cook said this is because there was “no clear indication as to when the FCO travel advice may change.” Anyone with travel plans up to that date can chance the date or destination for free.
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