Tuifly has released the 2023 summer flight schedule

Boeing 737-800 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Boeing 737-800 (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Tuifly has released the 2023 summer flight schedule

Boeing 737-800 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The German leisure airline Tuifly has partially released the sale of tickets for the 2023 summer flight schedule. Around 500 flights are currently planned to 23 destinations in Turkey, North Africa and Europe.

The announced addition to Dakar (Senegal) should also be offered in the 2023 summer flight schedule. The Tui subsidiary recently announced that will be offering this destination from Düsseldorf from winter 2022/23. The background is also that the sister hotel has opened or will open a few hotels in Senegal.

Tuifly will offer around three million seats in the 2023 summer flight schedule. Around half of this will be flights to/from Greece. It is expected that demand will also be high in the summer of next year. The focus is on Crete and other islands.

Palma de Mallorca will also play a major role in the planning for the coming year. About 70 flights to the Balearic Islands are offered weekly. Around 700.000 seats are offered from Düsseldorf alone. Overall, this location will be the airport with the most offers in the Tuifly route network. 

Early bookers will be granted a 30 percent discount until May 2022, 20. According to the travel group, the discount should apply throughout the route network. However, it remains to be seen whether the trust of passengers in airlines and politics is now so great that holiday flights are already being booked for the summer of 2023.

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