Seven new destinations are being made available via Thomas Cook Group Airline with two new interline deals
Caribbean regional airline Liat and Air Baltic have become the latest partner carriers, bringing the list up to 52, offering connections to more than 250 destinations in Europe, America, Africa, Asia and Australia.
The interline agreements enable the Thomas Cook Group airlines to expand their network beyond the almost 70 destinations being served this winter with an in-house fleet of 101 aircraft.
The new links mean that passengers can now fly from Manchester, Gatwick and Frankfurt to five new destinations via Antigua, Barbados and Grenada to Dominica, Guyana, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines with Liat.
Air Baltic offers connections from Gatwick to Tallinn in Estonia and to Riga in Latvia.
Thomas Cook Group chief airline officer Christoph Debus said: “Our interline agreements provide our customers with convenient, co-ordinated connecting flights at competitive prices.
“The new group airline partnerships with Liat and Air Baltic will allow us to offer seven new flight connections in seven countries in the Caribbean and Europe.”
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