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    Some 25,000 people were expected to attend, with Sunweb’s package trips priced up to £4,000 ($5,000) each. 

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    But the Zurich-based firm has since told customers that they will now be offered ‘corona vouchers’ – prompting legal threats. 

    The scheme has been backed by the French and Belgian governments, but the European Commission said ‘travellers have the right to be reimbursed’. 

    SunWeb, owned by private equity firm Triton Partners, has told customers they cannot request cash refunds until November, which will be paid within three months. 

    Sunweb’s Tim Van den Bergh, said the scheme ensured ‘that all customers will retain the value of their payment’. 

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