TUI adds 440,000 seats for summer 2020 from Manchester Airport

TUI, the UK’s largest holiday company, has announced their biggest ever holiday programme with Manchester Airport seeing particular growth in long haul, with additional days of flying to family favourite destinations Orlando Sanford (Florida), Cancun (Mexico) and Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) added to its summer 2020 programme.

Manchester Airport's huge increase in seats does not stop at just long haul with many more seats available on additional flights added for short and mid-haul hotspots. 

TUI have added over 20 more flying days across 16 of its current destinations that depart from Manchester Airport including customer favourites such as Lanzarote (Spain), Izmir (Turkey), Malaga (Spain) and more. 

The summer 2020 programme will also see an increase in the frequency of flights operating to Antalya (Turkey), Dalaman (Turkey), Corfu (Greece), Menorca (Spain), Enfidha (Tunisa), Palma (Spain) and Tenerife (Canaries), giving holidaymakers from the North West more choice when booking next year’s summer holiday.

TUI UK&I’s director of aviation planning, Karen Switzer said: "Earlier this month TUI announced an additional two million seats to many holiday destination favourites and today the majority of these seats go on sale for summer 2020. We are delighted that our new additions launched today provide holidaymakers departing from our regional airports with even more choice when deciding where to go next summer on holiday. The customer is at the heart of everything we do and this additional growth to some of our customer’s favourite holiday hotspots demonstrates our continued commitment for people to discover their smile with us."

Julian Carr, aviation director at Manchester Airport, said: "We’re delighted that TUI is expanding its operation here from Manchester for summer 2020. By adding more frequencies to lots of its popular destinations, our passengers will have even more choice when it comes to booking their holidays for next year."

Adam Beach
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