Thomson Airways is currently offering great low fares flights for summer 2009 (1 May – 31 October), as well as a special deal offering up to 50% off long haul Premium upgrades, meaning holidaymakers can upgrade to Premium luxury from just £99 per person, return.
Thomsonfly has this month confirmed that operations from Coventry Airport will terminate this winter. An increased focus on charter flight operations since the merger of Thomson and First Choice last year has meant less of a focus on scheduled services, such as those operated by Thomsonfly from Coventry Airport.
Thomsonfly and First Choice Airways have confirmed that they have been alerted to proposed strike action by Swissport planned to take place at London Gatwick and London Stansted airports on Monday 25th August and Friday 29th August 2008.
On sale now, Thomsonfly is offering flights to Tel Aviv for next winter from just £89.99 one-way including taxes and charges, and passengers should book early to secure the lowest fares. Departing from London Luton and Manchester airports, winter 08/09 flights will continue the current schedule, flying on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from both airports.*
On sale today (22 April) are the majority of Thomsonfly’s low fare flights for winter 2008/09, which commence flying from 1st November. Prices start from as low as £24.99 one-way for routes to Salzburg and Geneva, to Malaga and Alicante from £29.99 and to the Canary Islands from £54.99.
Thomsonfly are advising all customers intending to use public transport to travel to/from the airport over the Christmas Period are advised to check with the service provider (or local airport) before travel, as a number of coach / train companies do not operate during this period.
Low-fares airline Thomsonfly is launching new services to Tel Aviv this winter, with departures starting on 1 November 2007. Thomsonfly is the first low-fares airline to launch flights to Israel. Flights will operate three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays out of both London Luton and Manchester airports.
Thomsonfly was awarded the title of consumers’ Favourite Leisure Airline 2007 at a glittering British Travel Awards ceremony last week. Tens of thousands of votes were cast by the UK’s consumers, and Thomsonfly is very proud to have been voted by its customers to receive such a prestigious award.
Low cost carrier Thomsonfly are giving away free return flights from Tel Aviv to Eilat if you book your hotel with Thomson and fly to Tel Aviv with Thomsonfly.
Book now to avoid another British wet summer and bag your place in the sun next year! On sale now are more low fare Thomsonfly flights for summer 2008, including new summer services to Tenerife from Doncaster Sheffield and Glasgow, to Funchal, Madeira from London Gatwick and to Paphos, Cyprus, from Birmingham and Newcastle.
Let down by the British weather this year? On sale today are the first flights for summer 2008 from Thomsonfly, customers should book early to secure the lowest fares. Flights going on sale today are to the UK’s favourite Mediterranean beach getaways of Alicante and Malaga in Spain, the Balearic Islands of Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, and Minorca, and to Faro, the gateway to the popular Portuguese Algarve.
Take advantage of up to 60% off all Thomsonfly routes and book a flight to a destination of your choice – whether bagging a bargain to Malaga or the Maldives, you can save pounds if you hurry. Flights must be booked by midnight on 2 July 2007.*
From 19th June 2007 Thomsonfly introduced a new baggage policy on its low fares scheduled routes as part of a phased roll out for flight-only passengers on all its routes over the next few weeks.
Low-fares airline Thomsonfly is launching new services to Tel Aviv this winter, with flights on sale now for departures starting on 1 November 2007. Thomsonfly is the first low-fares airline to launch flights to Israel, offering potentially huge savings by comparison to existing high fares airlines serving Tel Aviv.
Thomsonfly is looking towards a greener future by operating state of the art fuel efficient aircraft. It was confirmed at the AGM (Wednesday 16 May) of TUI AG Thomsonfly’s parent company that the airline would take delivery of brand new Boeing 737 and 787 Dreamliner aircraft in the future.
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