Growth in long haul and cruise bookings from the UK have helped drive a strong performance for Tui for this summer. UK customer numbers are up by 3% with an 11% increase in revenue. The summer programme from the UK is 53% sold – a higher proportion than other regions in Europe. Tui Group’s overall … Continue reading Cruise and long-haul drive UK growth for Tui
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