Thomas Cook Airlines Returns to North African Holiday Destination
After a two-year absence, Thomas Cook Airlines is restarting their flight operations to Tunisia from 13 February next year with flights already on sale from £59.99 one way.
Flights to Zine El Abidine Ben Ali International Airport, Tunisia will be operated three times per week, departing from London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN) and Birmingham (BHX).
Starting in May, the airline will increase frequency to seven flights per week, adding Newcastle (NCL) and Glasgow (GLA) as further gateways until end of October.
Tunisia was closed for British holidaymakers two years ago due to security concerns. But in July this year, the UK government changed its advice for Tunisia and British holidaymakers can now travel to the country.
Tunisia is a popular tourist destination with a thriving tourism industry especially along its sandy Mediterranean coastline and cosmopolitan capital Tunis.
Its soft, long beaches with year-round sun, historic ruins and enchanting desert villages make Tunisia a destination that attracts lots of visitors.
Thomas Cook Airlines Limited, is a British airline based in Manchester, England. It serves leisure destinations worldwide from its main bases at Manchester and London Gatwick Airport.