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Croatia and Mykonos have been introduced by Thomas Cook as it raises capacity for summer 2017 by 10%.
The company has also reintroduced holidays to the Costa del Sol after a five-year gap. It operated to the Spain coastal region for 60 years between 1950 and 2012.
Cook claims to be the first major operator to publish programmes for next summer with eight new brochures across the Thomas Cook, Airtours and Signature from Thomas Cook brands.
Additional capacity has also been added in Spain, Portugal and the US, with an increased focus on Thomas Cook-branded hotels and resorts.
Fifteen new air routes are added for next summer together with 100,000 children’s places for £1 as part of an early booking incentive.
Air capacity is raised from Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow together with new flights from Luton airport to Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Corfu.
Managing director Chris Mottershead, said: “This is the earliest we have launched a summer programme for the following year and with the market more competitive than ever, we want to be able to offer our customers more choice and flexibility than ever before.
“As usual, we have fantastic deals for those choosing to book early, as well as the guarantee that you are booking as part of a trusted package holiday company who will protect you in all eventualities while abroad.
“Our new destinations of Croatia, Mykonos and Costa del Sol cater for families and couples, both young and old, and we are excited to expand on our USA programme to cater for an increase in demand in holidays stateside."
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