TUI rolls out big summer 2020 upgrades from UK regional airports

TUI Boeing 737-800
An additional Boeing 737-800 will be based at Cardiff Airport in summer 2019

TUI UK has announced a raft of new destinations and flights from UK regional airports including Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Bournemouth and Manchester for Summer 2020.

The announcements come as the UK’s leading holiday company embarks on its biggest summer season ever with an extra 2 million seats available across the UK.

Birmingham Airport will see 16 additional flying days across 11 of its current destinations including Antalya, Tenerife and Rhodes. it will also see an increase in the frequency of flights operating to Ibiza, Mahon and Palma.

At Bristol Airport TUI will introduce new 10 and 11 night holidays to long haul family favourite Orlando Sanford (making the flight twice-weekly) as well as to mid-haul hotspots Bodrum and Skiathos.

There will also be additional flying days and flights to Antalya, Tenerife and Larnaca, Dalaman and Palma.

Doncaster Sheffield Airport will see additional flying days to destinations including Antalya, Palma and Zakynthosas well as introducing their 10-11 night holidays to destinations such as Larnaca and Reus.

Manchester sees the biggest gain from TUI with over 400,000 extra seats being made available across its summer network as it adds 20 more flying days across 16 of its current destinations that depart from Manchester Airport including Lanzarote, Izmir and Malaga.

There will also be increase in the frequency of flights operating to Antalya, Dalmatian, Corfu, Menorca, Enfidha, Palma (Spain) and Tenerife.

Cardiff Airport also sees the addition of TUI’s 10 and 11 night holidays to mid-haul destinations including Antalya and Gran Canaria.

Newcastle, Belfast , Edinburgh, East Midlands, Glasgow, Norwich and Stansted all see additional flying days to destinations including across the TUI network.

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