Thomas Cook has launched a long-haul programme, partnering with 20 carriers including British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and Etihad.
The venture adds 43 new destinations to the online Cook brand, which is owned by China’s Fosun Tourism Group, parent company of Club Med.
The Cook brand was re-launched in September, promising “Covid-ready” holidays. It plans to offer destinations currently quarantine-free, including Dubai and St Lucia. Other destinations include Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Packages to the US are on sale, but only for departures from 1 May.
Cook chief executive Alan French said: “We know how much our customers love holidays to places like the Caribbean and Dubai and we’ve been working hard to add in new airline partners that mean we can offer those as holidays with us.
“Our next focus is on opening up more regional flying from across the UK so more people can book their holidays from their local airport with Thomas Cook once again.”
Deals with carriers including Aer Lingus, Air France, Lufthansa and KLM also mean Cook has increased its options for clients taking European holidays.