The iconic Thomas Cook Airlines announced earlier this month that from May 2016, it will offer two flights a week from Manchester to both Los Angeles and Boston.
Earlier this month, Thomas Cook Airlines announced recent additions to its transatlantic routes for 2016. Starting in May 2016, the airline will be pleased to offer two flights a week from Manchester to both Los Angeles and Boston. Flights to Los Angeles will depart from Manchester every Monday and Saturday and flights to Boston will depart every Monday and Friday. Thomas Cook Airlines will be the only airline out of London to serve these two destinations directly out of the UK.
The entire Thomas Cook Airlines UK A330 fleet was completely refurbished last summer and future passengers on the new transatlantic routes will benefit from brand new economy and premium seats. With the addition of four new Thomas Cook Airlines Airbus A330 long-haul aircraft early next year, the popular airline will officially be the largest long-haul aircraft at Manchester Airport.
Thomas Cook Airlines operates from 20 airports across the UK and carries more than 6.7 million passengers to 50 airports in over 200 countries. The entire fleet of 32 Airbus and Boeing aircraft is based at Manchester Airport in the UK, where the company employs more than 2,500 people. More information about Thomas Cook Airlines’ new transatlantic routes can be found directly on their website.
About Thomas Cook Airlines
Thomas Cook Group plc is one of the world’s leading leisure travel groups with sales of over £8.5 billion in the year ended 30 September 2014. Thomas Cook is supported by approximately 24,000 employees and operates from 15 source markets. It is number one or two (by revenue) in all its core markets. Thomas Cook Group plc shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange (TCG).