“We are planning to start flying again from end June, in time for summer vacation,” Fritz Joussen told Rheinische Post. Mallorca, a leading destination for German travellers, is set to be the first destination to reopen for TUI, the paper reported.
“We want to resume flight traffic to Mallorca from mid-to-end June. Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Bulgaria are also well-prepared,” Joussen said.
The world’s largest tourism group, TUI earlier this month said it was to cut 8,000 jobs and look to shed 30% of its costs as it plans for a July restart to European tourism.
Germany is on the list of nine countries identified by the government on Friday from where flights will be allowed as of June 9.
Source: Cyprus Mail