Tui starts the Mallorca season today

Boeing 737 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Boeing 737 (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Tui starts the Mallorca season today

Boeing 737 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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In order to cover the demand on Mallorca, the airline is postponing the start of the spring and Easter seasons: the first three aircraft from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Hanover to Mallorca will take off on February 11th.

Not only for the summer would the chances be good to get back to the booking numbers before Corona. The company said in a press release that there was also a great desire to set off for Mallorca in the short term. Tui therefore prefers the traditional start of the spring and Easter season. Almost at the same time, three Tuifly machines from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Hanover will set off for the Balearic Island today. Stuttgart will also follow shortly.

“The longing for sun and sea is now also stimulating short-term demand for the Mediterranean. We are starting again with our first own machines - and earlier than in previous years. The first flights are almost fully booked and the prospects for the summer season are more than promising. We expect that for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, all hotels in the Balearic Islands will be available again. Nevertheless, they will meet higher demand because travel will continue to normalize this summer," says Stefan Baumert, CEO of Tui Germany.

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