Travel organization TUI expects tourism to go back this summer – Raison

Travel organization TUI is counting the tourism revival this summer. The German team is initially encouraged by the resumption of air travel in the United Kingdom, which is also significant in the number of bookings. TUI says countries within the EU are also making progress in reopening their borders.

Bookings have doubled in recent weeks compared to April, the world’s largest tour operator. The company still plans to offer 75 percent of trips compared to pre-crisis year 2019. A successful vaccination program in the United Kingdom has allowed the British to go on vacation again, sparking hopes of recovery.

The travel system is committed to ensuring that the holidays are resumed. “The start of the summer of 2021 gives me hope for tourism and TUI,” Fritz Juchen said in a statement. “Especially when new travel corridors to southern Europe open to the British in the coming weeks.” TUI reports that bookings in the UK have increased by 109 per cent since the end of March.

From May 17, Britain will again be allowed to travel to 12 destinations, including Portugal. TUI plans additional flights from London, Manchester and Birmingham airports for the 10th and 11th night vacations on the Portuguese island of Madeira. The company is thus responding to the growing demand for holidays. Additional flights are also planned from Bristol to the Pharaoh on Alcarve Beach.

Bookings have doubled in recent weeks compared to April, the world’s largest tour operator. The company still plans to offer 75 percent of trips compared to pre-crisis year 2019. A successful vaccination program in the United Kingdom has allowed the British to go on vacation again, sparking hopes of recovery. The travel system is committed to ensuring that the holidays are resumed. “The start of the summer of 2021 gives me hope for tourism and TUI,” Fritz Juchen said in a statement. “Especially when new travel corridors to southern Europe open to the British in the coming weeks.” TUI reports that bookings in the UK have increased by 109 per cent since the end of March. From May 17, Britain will again be allowed to travel to 12 destinations, including Portugal. TUI plans additional flights from London, Manchester and Birmingham airports for the 10th and 11th night vacations on the Portuguese island of Madeira. The company is thus responding to the growing demand for holidays. Additional flights are also planned from Bristol to the Pharaoh on Alcarve Beach.

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