A Republican Guard lowers the French national flag at half-mast at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, July 15, 2016, the day after the Bastille Day truck attack in Nice. REUTERS/Christophe Petit Tesson/Pool
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Airlines, tour operators and hotels are allowing guests to rebook or cancel trips to Nice free of charge after a terrorist driving a truck mowed down Bastille Day revelers in the French coastal town late Thursday, killing at least 84 .Nice may take longer to rebound than Paris, which is more iconic and therefore more resilient.EasyJet Plc, the biggest carrier at Nice's airport with 529 weekly flights, will allow passengers slated to fly this weekend to get a refund or change dates for free. Nice served 2.3 million foreign visitors last year, ranking as France's second-most visited city after Paris with 15 million, according to data complied by Euromonitor.
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