Tui has set out its plans to resume operation from all source markets, stating all of its tour operators and airlines are "ready to restart their business".
The German travel giant’s first leisure flights took off from Germany, Belgium and Switzerland earlier this month; the Balearics, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal and Croatia are among destinations to host Tui’s first holidays following its three-month Covid hiatus.
In the UK and Ireland, Tui will restart limited operations from 11 July, flying from Gatwick, Birmingham and Manchester to a handful of destinations in Spain and Greece.
Tui’s first ex-UK flights will be Gatwick-Ibiza and Birmingham-Palma; it will operate 44 flights a week to eight destinations from 11-24 July before growing its schedule to include a further 11 destinations from 25 July. Short- and mid-haul operations will be "ramped up" from August.