First British holidaymakers since 2015 travel to country with the tour operator
Thomas Cook has resumed flights from the UK to Tunisia for the first time since 2015, when 30 Britons were killed in the Sousse beach attack.
About 220 holidaymakers flew from Birmingham to Enfidha airport with the tour operator on Tuesday, with the same number boarding a flight from Manchester later in the day. Another flight to Enfidha will depart from Gatwick airport on Wednesday. It is more than six months after the Foreign Office lifted its advice against non-essential travel to the north African country.