Whether in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Sweden or – as of today – the UK and Ireland: customers now book TUI across the board.
The UK’s leading travel company officially re-brands today as Thomson transitions to TUI, following an extensive awareness building campaign across a six-month period.
TUI Group has launched a campaign to raise awareness that Thomson is changing to TUI with a new TV ad debuting during ITV’s flagship Saturday night programme, the X Factor. The advert shows a man diving into clear crystal blue water; the message was simple, ‘Thomson is changing to TUI’.
TUI Group recorded turnover growth of 16.4 per cent, to €4.94 billion, for the third quarter of financial 2017. This is up from a figure of €4.24 billion for the same period last year.
The TUI Group is aiming for growth in its hotel division and is looking to accelerate the expansion of its portfolio. The head of the executive board of the hotels and resorts sector, Sebastian Ebel, will in future, therefore, be provided with two divisional heads.
Peter Krüger will take over as TUI Group director of investor relations. Apart from dialogue with shareholders and analysts, Krüger will also be in charge of strategic and financial projects launched by TUI Group as director investor relations and special projects.
The world’s largest tourist organisation, TUI Group, has confirmed the completion of the disposal of Travelopia. The deal was originally announced in February 2017.