Thomas Cook Group Airline is expanding its worldwide route network with two additional partner airlines - airBaltic and Liat.
With its fleet of 101 aircraft, Europe’s eleventh-largest airline group is flying to almost 70 destinations this winter season and through cooperation with a total of 52 partner airlines, the number rises to over 250 destinations in Europe, America, Africa, Asia and Australia.
“Our interline agreements provide our customers with convenient, coordinated connecting flights at competitive prices.
“The new group airline partnerships with Liat and airBaltic will allow us to offer seven new flight connections in seven countries in the Caribbean and Europe,” said Christoph Debus, chief airline officer, Thomas Cook Group.
Customers can now fly from Manchester, London Gatwick or Frankfurt to five new destinations via existing Thomas Cook Group Airline destinations Antigua, Barbados and Grenada.
With Lait, new destinations within reach are Dominica, Guyana, St. Kitts & Nevis, Casties/St. Lucia and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
airBaltic is a new partner for Thomas Cook Airlines this winter season and offers a simple onward journey from London Gatwick to Tallinn in Estonia and to Riga, the capital of Latvia.
Thomas Cook Airlines works closely with many partner airlines around the world, including JetBlue, enabling onward flights via New York to Atlanta or Charlotte.
Condor customers flying from Frankfurt also benefit from partners such as Alaska Airlines, through which Condor offers the shortest connection to Hawaii via Anchorage in Alaska as well as via Seattle and Portland.