The UK’s largest tour operator will offer a twice-weekly flights from Gatwick, and weekly services from Manchester and Birmingham to Banjul International Airport, starting on November 1, 2020.

Tui is adding new flights to The Gambia and Cuba, two destinations previously served by former rival Thomas Cook.

Mark Hall, director of product and destination experience for Tui UK & Ireland, told the Travel Trade Gazette “Following keen customer interest in both Cuba and Gambia, we are thrilled to be adding holidays and direct flights to these two places in our incredibly exciting 2020 programme.

“There is now even more choice of trips, hotels and frequent routes, with flight-only and twin-centre options also available.

“These areas were extremely popular previously with Thomas Cook customers and we are adding this capacity to ensure the destinations can still be enjoyed by British holidaymakers.”

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