• Refund made harder by travel firms for cancelled holidays

    Published on : Tuesday, April 21, 2020

    Hundreds of thousands of customers whose trips have been cancelled are facing difficulties as Britain’s bigggest travel firms appear to have made the process of obtaining refund more difficult.   But like almost all holiday firms, it is unable to …

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  • TUI Airways cabin crew to support the NHS

    Published on : Tuesday, April 7, 2020

    TUI Airways cabin crew have decided to support medical teams at NHS. The expertise and first aid training of the carrier’s cabin crew will be utilised in hospitals across the nation. The decision follows TUI U.K.’s support towards a new …

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  • TUI U.K. to lay-off thousands of staff

    Published on : Wednesday, April 1, 2020

    The holiday giant and the biggest holiday provider in the United Kingdom, TUI U.K. has decided to lay-off around 11,000 staff starting today. The move will also include nearly 4,500 retail agents. The company mentioned in a statement that approximately …

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  • TUI freezes pre-payments and suspends hotel contracts

    Published on : Friday, March 13, 2020

    TUI is freezing pre-payments and suspending contracts with some of its hotels as it struggles to cope with a severe downturn in global travel caused by coronavirus. The hoteliers in Spain and Greece said that TUI was in talks with …

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  • Tui had no contingency plan for 1,000 stranded holidaymakers, flight cancelled due to bad weather

    Published on : Tuesday, January 7, 2020

    Tui Britain’s biggest travel firm was accused of failing to have a contingency plan for 1,000 stranded holidaymaker s and not paying attention to the air passenger’s rights rules.     There was a mayhem at a French airport and …

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  • TUI adds extra flights and holidays to expand its business

    Published on : Friday, October 11, 2019

    Europe’s biggest holiday company TUI will fly an extra two million passengers next year as it moves to expand its market share following the collapse of Thomas Cook.   TUI will add about 10,000 flights in 2020, using pilots and …

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  • Thomas Cook’s bankruptcy assessed by TUI

    Published on : Thursday, September 26, 2019

    The short-term impact of British travel giant Thomas Cook’s bankruptcy is being assessed by TUI stating that its own business model ‘proves to be resilient’.       Friedrich Joussen, CEO of the Hanover-headquartered travel and tourism company  said that …

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  •  Tui Group appoints Laestadius as chief creative officer

    Published on : Wednesday, April 3, 2019

        Tui Group has appointed Anna Laestadius as chief creative officer of the Hanover to oversee the global development of the brand.     In the new capacity she will be responsible for brand marketing and insights in the …

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  • Riga Airport offers record large number of destinations in summer 2019

    Published on : Monday, April 1, 2019

    Riga Airport will offer record high number of destinations and the largest network of destinations in Baltics. In the 2019 summer, it will offer total 106 direct destinations. 19 airlines will fly from Riga Airport.       In the …

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  • Tui decides to increase its number of adults-only hotels

    Published on : Wednesday, January 9, 2019

    In the course of one year, the travel and tourism company Tui has decided to increase its number of adults-only hotels.   Tui will open twelve new adults-only hotels altogether in South Tyrol, Egypt, Greece, Croatia, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey …

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  • Tui initiated green drive, scraps brochure

    Published on : Wednesday, June 20, 2018

    In the past five years Europe’s largest tour operator, Tui has cut down on the brochure production by 2/3 aiming to shun away the use of printed brochures in the UK by 2020.   In the year 2017 the production …

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  • 10,000 Brits are still owed payouts for delays and cancellations with TUI the worst offender

    Published on : Monday, April 2, 2018

    The airline companies fail to pay £4million in compensation to thousands of Brits despite court ruling.     The holiday makers have denied the £4million in compensation from airlines, despite the courts ordering firms to hand over the cash.   …

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  • Disparity in gender is strong in travel and hospitality sector

    Published on : Saturday, January 27, 2018

    In a new study of the hospitality, travel and leisure sector in the UK, it has been revealed that women make up only 26% of senior management positions. Also, it comes to 20% when the report excludes human resources roles. …

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  • Multinational tourism company Tui reintroduced in Tunisia for summer 2018

    Published on : Saturday, January 6, 2018

    UK & Ireland has reintroduced Tunisia for summer 2018, with the departures available from May.   The operator put a small programme to Hammamet on sale, offering four flights a week from Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham and Gatwick to Enfidha.   …

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  • Tui appoints Ian Chambers, former Monarch chief commercial officer

    Published on : Friday, January 5, 2018

    Former chief commercial officer of Monarch Ian Chambers has been appointed by Tui UK and Ireland.     Chambers will take the role of head of media and digital marketing on January 5 . He  holds more than 12 years …

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  • Turkey’s tourism boom might cause hotel shortage in the country

    Published on : Tuesday, December 26, 2017

    Turkey’s tourism sector is all set to rise given its recent improvements however that might lead shortage in the current room stock.     According to the latest numbers from STR, Istanbul has the third-largest construction pipeline in Europe, but …

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  • UK holidaymakers changing choice of destination over slump in sterling

    Published on : Wednesday, December 13, 2017

    British tourists are interested to get more value for their pounds which are why they are keen on choosing the east destinations as reported by Europe’s biggest travel firm.     TUI Group reported an operating result, before accounting for …

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  • Tui presents facial recognition technology to predict client’s ideal vacation

    Published on : Friday, October 20, 2017

    Tui has presented a brand new facial recognition device that accurately reads clients’ subconscious and suggests to them their ideal vacation destination based on that.   The machine is known as the Destination U.   It is actually a chair …

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  • Thomson to be rebranded as Tui

    Published on : Wednesday, September 20, 2017

    Thomson, UK’s biggest tour operator made an announcement last summer in 2017’s advertising campaign that it would be the last to feature as a brand. The full rebrand will be completed by the end of this year.   The last …

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  • Chris Browne vying for easyJet top position

    Published on : Tuesday, August 29, 2017

    Chris Browne, the former Thomson Airways being will be an ideal candidate for the top job at easyJet.   Browne is currently the chief operating officer and is a frontrunner for the position of chief executive of ITV which will …

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