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Europeans will carry on traveling largely as normal following this week's terrorist attacks in and around Barcelona, according to TUI AG, the region's biggest holiday company.Terrorism targeting beach resorts has had a clearer effect on tourism, with a 2015 attack in Tunisia that killed 38 mainly TUI customers effectively closing down the nation's holiday sector.Turkey is also a recovery story, the CEO said, with TUI set to lift capacity next summer after holding it steady this year. While visits fell to about 1 million Western Europeans now from 1.8 million two years ago following a spate of attacks, numbers are being supplemented by 200,000 to 400,000 Russians after the lifting of a travel curbs imposed following the shooting down of a Sukhoi jet over Turkey, he said. Germans are also returning, mainly in the late-bookings market.
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