Earlier last week, TUI released its guidance on how the rest of the financial year will go, including how they finished the Summer 2023 on a high and how they expect a successful Winter.
Despite external pressures, such as disruption caused in Rhodes etc., the Group has made gains, and is looking to expand this further over the next few months.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
TUI Finishes Summer on a High: Successful Winter Expected…
Across the entire period, the carrier received 13.7m bookings, which is an increase of five per cent compared to the same period last year.
They noted that they are close to pre-pandemic levels, of which the current figure is 96%, showing how close they are to pre-pandemic levels so then the focus can shift onwards to growth.
For Q3 of this year, 1.1m additional bookings have been received, which is eight per cent higher than the same period last year as well.
Looking to the Winter 2023/24 season, TUI is feeling very upbeat, with overall bookings up 15% compared to Winter 2022/23.
In the UK alone, they have already sold 38% of the season so far, with bookings up eight per cent compared to last year.
So, with that all in mind, it looks like TUI has a busy Winter season ahead of them, and all eyes will be on them to see how that period goes for them.
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