Informe semanal de noticias del mercado británico de la Oficina de Turismo de Tenerife en Londres


Travel Mole, 7th November 2019: TUI adds 580,000 seats for winter 2020

TUI has added more than half a million extra seats for winter 2020, with the majority of growth focused on long-haul destinations, the Canaries and Egypt following the lifting of the flight ban to Sharm el Sheikh. Link


TTG, 4th November 2019: Why Brexit is no longer the hot topic at this year’s WTM London.

As publisher of the Official Event Daily magazines for WTM London, TTG has spent the last month chatting with tourist boards and travel organisations about their key messages at this year’s event, which takes place this week. Link

TTG, 4th November 2019: Ryanair reiterates base closure threat amid reduced profit forecast

Ryanair has reiterated its threat of closing “a number of” loss-making bases this winter owing to ongoing delays to the delivery of its fleet

The Guardian, 4th November 2019: UK tourism industry set to struggle under post-Brexit immigration plans

Industry experts say proposed skills- and salary-assessed system for workers will make it harder for tourism industry to recruit staff. Link

TTG, 5th November 2019: WTM London 2019: high-end travellers yearning to explore

A growing trend in luxury travel is opening up for high-end consumers who believe the world to be “fully discovered but not yet fully explored”. Link

TTG, 5th November 2019: WTM LONDON 2019: Spain legislates to offset cook after effects 

Spain’s secretary of state for tourism hopes the gap left by Thomas Cook’s collapse will be filled by multiple brands, revealing the country has enacted a law to aid the tourism industry’s recovery from the failure. Link

Travel Weekly, 5th November 2019: WTM 2019: No-deal Brexit outbound impact warning

Around ten million outbound departures could be lost if the UK crashes out of the EU without a trade deal, a global marketing research company has warned. Link

The Independent, 5th November 2019: New post-brexit passport rule is already damaging uk tourism industry

Britain’s tourism industry is already suffering because of the prospect of a ban on European visitors travelling to the UK using an identity card. Link

Travel Weekly, 7th November 2019: Demand for digital travel experiences takes off

UK travellers are demanding a high quality digital experience from airlines and hotels, new research reveals. Link

TTG, 8th November 2019: Easyjet buys thomas cook’s gatwick and bristol slots

EasyJet has bought the airport slots at Gatwick and Bristol airports that were previously owned by Thomas Cook. Link

Travel Mole, 8th November 2019: Former WOW executive to launch new budget airline

A former executive of failed Icelandic low-cost airline WOW air is planning to launch a new budget carrier with flights to Europe and the US. Link

Travel Mole, 8th November 2019: Hays to host biggest conference in its history

Hays Travel will hold the biggest conference of its 39-year history in November following its acquisition of Thomas Cook’s high street stores. Link

Travel Weekly, 8th November 2019: Air Europa deal by British Airways parent IAG faces hurdle

International Airlines Group’s €1-billion deal to buy Air Europa, announced on Monday, is unlikely to escape serious study by competition authorities with one leading analyst warning it threatens “market distortion”. Link

Travel Weekly, 8th November 2019: Thomas Cook Germany to close as administrators fail to find buyer

Thomas Cook Germany is set to shut down on December 1 with administrators having failed to find a buyer. Link

The Express, 8th November 2019: Brexit travel: Forgetting this one thing on your European holiday could cost you £32,000

BREXIT uncertainty has rocked the nation, with Britons unsure about what the future holds. Travel could be one of the main things impacted by the EU departure, and new research has revealed that it could cost travellers who forget this one thing. Link


ITTN, 7th November 2019: Aer Lingus Announces Two New European Routes from Shannon for summer 2020

Aer Lingus has unveiled two new summer routes direct from Shannon for 2020, commencing flights to Paris, France, from March and to Barcelona, Spain, from May next year. Link

ITTN, 7th November 2019: ITTN’s Great Value Travel Deals – 7th November 2019


Independent Ireland, 8th November 2019: Ryanair launches four new routes from Dublin in summer 2020 schedule

New routes announced for Cork and Dublin, though airline is set to cut services from Belfast and Shannon. Link

NI Travel News, 8th November 2019: Dublin Airport Winter Schedule – 2019/20

Dublin Airport’s new winter schedule is out now – Check out the new e-flip book and get planning your winter getaway! Link

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