Thomas Cook Airlines recently announced the expansion of its routes between the UK and the US with increased flights to Las Vegas, New York JFK and Miami, a new daily service to Orlando in the summer season and Boston and L.A. Some very interesting new routes for A. The airline is looking to expand its role as a leading service provider on transatlantic routes and the Boston and LA offerings are particularly big milestones for UK passengers.
Bi-weekly flights to Los Angeles and Boston will begin in May 2016.
Starting next summer, British tourists can board a Monday or Friday flight straight to Boston, high on the list for travelers wanting to explore one of New England’s more vibrant and historic cities. Is. Additionally, Boston is home to Harvard, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, so a direct route from Manchester to Boston may be highly appreciated in more academic circles. LA, meanwhile, is a city that needs little introduction to fans of the small screen or silver screen and is on the bucket list of many travelers looking to soak up American culture and soak up some sun. In this case, tourists will now be able to fly from Manchester on Monday or Saturday. Both routes are being offered as either economy or premium flights, and the new routes launch during Thomas Cox Airlines’ major US promotion, meaning passengers recently booked their long-haul flights. will be able to enjoy the upgraded services.
The key to success here is not in Boston or LA, but in Manchester.
The reason these new Boston and LA transatlantic routes are getting so much praise and attention is because they are being launched from Manchester. As things stand, travelers in the UK who want to travel to these key US destinations have to do so from London, so this alternative from Manchester, an international airport that is a convenient and well-represented hub in northern England. As the point of departure is constantly increasing, there is an important development. Manchester Airport has long sought to become the premier international airport outside the capital, with a second full-length runway, capable of handling high passenger volumes and large catchment areas. These new routes, and strong connections to other domestic airports through feeder flights on other airlines, make it a key, active hub.
The two new routes from Manchester Airport, which are due to open in summer 2016, are part of a major development that will mean Thomas Cook Airlines is the largest long-haul airline at the airport. will become, with six aircraft operating and a seventh route, they will have a total of 15 long-haul routes – six of which are now to the US – and at least 20 more passengers with these announcements. There are high hopes for a % increase. The combination of these desirable new destinations and the ongoing commitment to transatlantic routes from Manchester should mean that the project is coming to fruition.