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Article from BTNews 5 MAY 2014

Thomson Airlines

Whilst strictly not a business traveller airline, but nevertheless the first UK operator of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Thomson Airways is increasing capacity at UK regional airports for summer 2015 through the introduction of 29 new routes.  Business people do not plan their travels 12 months ahead, but do for the most part try and sort out their holidays.

Five new routes from Birmingham: Agadir, Cape Verde, Chania, Djerba and Porto Santo.

Four more destinations from Bristol: Dubrovnik, Marrakesh, Pula and Santorini.

Antalya comes back from Cardiff Airport.

Humberside Airport is added to Palma.

Manchester gains Alghero, Djerba, and Split whilst La Palma becomes all year round.

Norwich sees the introduction of Mahon.

Scottish customers will benefit from five new routes: Dubrovnik and Marrakesh at Glasgow, Antalya and Rhodes from Edinburgh, plus Faro from Aberdeen.  http://flights.thomson.co.uk

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