Sunday, 28 January 2018

New routes and more flights from Thomas Cook for summer 2018.

Thomas Cook airlines are gearing up for summer 2018 with a number of new routes and increased summer services, so perhaps now is the time to plan your summer get-a-way!   The airline will start flying to Varna in Bulgaria, Funchal in Portugal and Gerona in Spain from May next year, plus they have also increased flight frequency from a number of UK regional airports including Bristol, Newcastle and Belfast.


Origin AirportDestinationAirport Code Days of Travel
Bristol (BRS)Gerona(GRO)Saturday
Bourgas(BOJ)Wednesday
Hurghada(HRG)Monday
Paphos(PFO)Friday
Prevesa(PVK)Sunday
Arrecife(ACE)Thursday & Sunday
Corfu(CFU)Monday & Thursday
Heraklion(HER)Tuesday & Friday
Manchester (MAN)Funchal(FNC)Monday & Tuesday
Gerona(GRO)Saturday
Mytilini(MJT)Saturday
Varna(VAR)Tuesday
Thessaloniki(SKG)Wednesday & Sunday
Birmingham (BHX)Gerona(GRO)Saturday
Hurghada(HRG)Monday
Paphos(PFO)Friday
Preveza(PVK)Sunday
Thessaloniki(SKG)Sunday
Newcastle (NCL)Hurghada(HRG)Monday
Glasgow (GLA)Kos(KGS)Monday
Belfast (BFS)Antalya(KGS)Monday
Dalaman(DLM)Monday & Thursday
 Luton (LTN)Dalaman(DLM)Mon & Thurs
Antalya(AYT)Tues & Fri
 Leeds (LBA)Dalaman(DLM)Wed & Sat
Antalya(AYT)Thursday & Sunday






The Thomas Cook Group Airlines Group fleet is made up of 94 aircraft - long-haul destinations are served by 18 Boeing 767’s within the Condor fleet or the 11 Airbus A330’s in the Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Scandinavia fleets.  The short-haul and medium-haul destinations are operated by a mix of aircraft, with 15 Boeing 757-300’s, 14 Airbus A320’s and 36 Airbus A321’s amongst the Group Airlines fleet.
A330 Thomas Cook
A321 Thomas Cook


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