Friday, 17 August 2018

Thomas Cook drop Boston service in S19

The UK's holiday airline, Thomas Cook Airlines will be calling a halt to some of its long-haul operations from Manchester next year.

The airline currently serves Boston three times a week during the summer from Manchester but is going to drop the seasonal route from Summer next year. The airline will still operate to  13 destinations in the USA, the Caribbean and Mexico from Manchester, London Gatwick and Glasgow during the summer season 2019.

The airline will also strengthen its core long-haul fleet with an Airbus A330, the new aircraft will have fully refurbished premium and economy cabins, seatback in-flight entertainment and USB charging points. Based at Manchester airport, it increases the Thomas Cook Group Airline fleet of A330-200s to eight and the group airline total long-haul fleet to 27.