At a time when air traffic is starting a timid recovery, low-cost airline TUIfly announces the resumption of its flights to Morocco and other destinations in July.
The planes of the German company operate some occasional flights (Faro, Dubrovnik) during this month of June but the effective resumption of the activity is fixed for July 1. In all, 55 destinations will be served the first week, 66 the following week and 72 from July 17. As for flights to the Caribbean (Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico), they will not be operated before July 9.
TUIfly responsible for Western Europe Günther Hofman is hoping for a ban on Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt. These destinations represent 30% of the normal flight schedule.
The resumption of TUIfly flights from the four regional airports is also scheduled for July. The company will therefore operate flights from Charleroi to Murcia (Spain) and Oujda (Morocco), as well as from Ostend to Majorca from July 3; from Antwerp (Ibiza and Split) on July 10 and from Liège to Malaga, Alicante and Kayseri (Turkey) on July 17.