TUI, the UK’s largest holiday company, has announced their biggest ever holiday programme with new destinations; Bodrum (Turkey) and Fuerteventura (Spain) added to its summer 2020 programme from Glasgow Airport.
The new flights from Glasgow Airport will go on sale today with Bodrum flights operating on Mondays and Fuerteventura on Sundays.
Sticking with its commitment of offering more flexibility and choice, TUI will also introduce new 10- and 11-night holidays to eight destinations including long haul family favourite Orlando Sanford (Florida) plus mid-haul hotspots Antalya (Turkey), Zakynthos (Greece) and more, providing even more duration options for customers.
Glasgow Airport will also see additional flying days added to TUI customer favourites Cancun (Mexico), Dalaman (Turkey), Palma (Spain), Reus-Catalonia (Spain) and Tenerife (Canaries), giving customers from Scotland 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. “
Paul White, Head of Aviation at Glasgow Airport, said: “TUI’s announcement today is fantastic news for Glasgow Airport and is to be commended. Given the events of recent weeks, there was clearly a need to meet the huge demand out there for some of our most popular destinations. TUI has stepped in with the introduction of a phenomenal number of seats and even more choice to a wide range of destinations, which will be welcome news for our passengers planning their 2020 holidays.”