Thomas Cook adds new flights to Miami and New York
Posted: April 30, 2014 Filed under: Airline & Route News, Cardiff Airport & RAF St Athan, European & World Tourism, European Aviation News, Passenger Advice, Tour Operator News, UK Aviation News, Uncategorized, World Aviation News
29 April 2014 at 16.30 GMT
Thomas Cook Airlines will operate a three times a week service to New York from Manchester airport from next May.
The airline will also start flying to Miami from Manchester twice weekly and said the new Miami route would cater for the family market.
The new routes will see the introduction of a new ‘premium service’ across the entire airline’s long-haul routes. Customers will be able to reserve seats in advance and will have priority check-in.
The premium offering will include a dedicated cabin team with a new on-demand touch screen in-flight entertainment system being introduced.
Thomas Cook has also launched seven Summer 2015 brochures including Thomas Cook Signature and Airtours Holidays which will be on sale from May 1.
Two preview and five full brochures for 2015 have been release to encourage early bookings.
The brochures include two additions to Thomas Cook’s Sentido, Smartline and Sunprime offerings.
Uli Sperl, product and yield director at Thomas Cook UK & Ireland, said: “Thomas Cook remains an iconic brand for UK holidaymakers of all ages, and our 2015 product range caters for their ever-evolving needs and expectations.”
Sourced from Travel Weekly