Thomas Cook Airlines is a British airline based in Manchester, England. It serves leisure destinations worldwide from its main bases at Manchester and London Gatwick Airport, and also operates services from 8 other bases around the United Kingdom. Thomas Cook Group Airlines also includes Condor (Germany), and Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia.
Thomas Cook Airlines flies from over 20 airports across the UK, carrying 6.7m passengers to over 60 destinations including North America, Africa, Asia the Caribbean Sea and India, as well as resorts across Europe and ski destinations in winter, and worldwide charter flights from the United Kingdom for a number of tour operators Thomas Cook Airlines is proud to fly nonstop from Manchester to more destinations in the USA than any other airline. In 2017, they launched Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics, based out of one of our most popular destinations - Palma de Mallorca. In summer of 2018, they will be announcing flights to beautiful destinations like Dubrovnik in Croatia, Varna in Bulgaria and Marsa Alam in Egypt.
Thomas Cook Airlines is part of the airline division of the Thomas Cook Group, which consists of several sister airlines, all of which have a joint fleet management: Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and German based Condor. Thomas Cook Airlines Group is made up of 94 aircraft. If you’re flying to one of our long-haul destinations you’re likely to be on board one of the 18 Boeing 767’s within the Condor fleet or the 11 Airbus A330’s in the Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Scandinavia fleets. Thomas Cook Airlines’ short-haul and medium-haul destinations operate a mix of aircraft, with 15 Boeing 757-300’s, 14 Airbus A320’s and 36 Airbus A321’s amongst the Group Airlines fleet. In 2016, Thomas Cook Airlines received some awards that recognised their commitment to improving their service, which included winning 'Europe's Leading Charter Airline' at the World Travel Awards and coming top in the airline category at the Customer Service of the Year Awards.