TUI Travel bookings are starting to improve for this summer in the UK but remain down on last year while average selling prices are 10% up.
UK bookings for the parent company of Thomson and First Choice for the last four weeks are 7% down year on year, compared to cumulative bookings, which are 18% down. Sales of non-euro destinations continue to show growth, with Turkey bookings up 8%, Egypt up 18% and all-inclusive holidays up 13% for the summer season.
Trading figures up to March 15 show average selling prices for UK charter holidays for this summer are 10% up year on year, based on a capacity reduction of 17%, which could be reduced further if necessary.
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