Operator bolsters summer 2025 flying programme

Operator bolsters summer 2025 flying programme

TUI UK is to offer year-round flights to popular Spanish islands from Exeter Airport as part of its Summer 2025 programme.

The expanded programme will create an additional 300,000 seats from 19 airports across the UK.

An additional aircraft based at Exeter Airport will provide an extra 80,000 seats from the southwest airport, including a new route to perennial favourite Ibiza. 

Year-round flying to Tenerife and Lanzarote will now be possible for customers in Devon and Cornwall with new flights in the summer to the Canaries.

Plus, flights to Antalya, Heraklion, Paphos and Rhodes will now operate twice per week from Bourmouth giving customers the opportunity to book 10- and 11-night holidays.

Customers flying from East Midlands will benefit from increased frequency and choice with new routes to Burgas, Bulgaria & Boa Vista, Cape Verde.

London Gatwick Airport will feature a new route to Porto supporting TUI’s River Cruise programme. TUI will also provide 12 exclusive routes to Boa vista, Jerez, Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Kavala, La Palma, Lamezia Terme, Orlando-Melbourne Florida, Montego Bay, Porto Santo, Sal and Samos.

Stansted Airport will offer 33 weekly flights to 14 destinations including a new route to Enfidha and exclusive flights to Sharm el Sheikh.

Andrew Flintham, Managing Director TUI UK&I, said: “We are seeing that our customers want more flexibility in departing airports, destinations and holiday durations, and this programme for summer 2025 shows our continued commitment to making it easier for customers to book the holiday that’s right for them.

“The additions are across 19 regional airports from Glasgow to Bournemouth with customers being able to fly on more TUI holidays from their local airport than ever before.”

The 2025 summer programme is on sale now.


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