Tui planes at Palma airport

Tui planes at Palma airport.


"We want to resume flight traffic to Majorca from mid-to-end June. Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Bulgaria are also well-prepared,” TUI CEO Fritz Joussen said.

“Now we can plan holidays for Majorca, the Spanish mainland and the Canary Islands and make our customers an offer. Millions of holidaymakers have the certainty that summer holidays in Spain are possible during school holidays. This is a good signal for many families, but also for TUI as a tour operator and the travel agencies that advise customers on their holiday decisions."

After Greece, Cyprus, Croatia and Bulgaria, Spain has now also provided clarity for the start of the holiday season.


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Jerry / Hace about 1 year

But why. Just because Spain is sunny doesn't mean cash strapped tourists want to go to a half empty hotel, eat with a madk on and book a time slit for the pool. Why? That's not a holiday. The only people who will come are fearless young people, who will just come to get drunk, but don't have any money to spend to add value to Mallorca. Forget this season, it's a write off.


chris / Hace about 1 year

well i do not know which arm of tui this article refers to because on the uk tui website they have just announced that they have cancelled all holidays up and including june 30th so there will be no torists from the uk in june at all.


Steve Bowles / Hace about 1 year

I am so pleased that the wonderful tourist industry in Spain is starting up up again after the worst crisis in its history. I am also pleased to see that TUI are looking to make future holiday dreams come true. However, before looking to the future TUI must look after their existing customers who's dreams have been turned into nightmares. My family were due to come to Ibiza last weekend.We booked in December and have paid in full. We cannot make future plans until the money owed to me is returned. We have not received their "credit note" to start the procedure. Action must be taken by the UK and Spanish governments and tourist boards to protect families like mine from the risk of losing their hard earned money. I send my best wishes to the wonderful people of Spain.