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Belfast International Airport Gets New Flights To Cyprus And Tunisia

By Dave Simpson
Belfast International Airport Gets New Flights To Cyprus And Tunisia

New TUI services to Cyprus and Tunisia from Belfast International Airport have been announced.


According to a statement published on, the new services will start in May of next year, and TUI will also double its capacity of services to Costa Dorada and Lanzarote from Belfast International Airport.

The Cypriot service will operate weekly, on Thursdays, from 16 May until 12 September 2024, and the Tunisian service will operate weekly, on Sundays, from 26 May until 29 September 2024.



The statement published on quoted TUI’s head of Ireland, Craig Morgan, as saying, “We are delighted to be able to announce these exciting additions to our holiday programme for summer 2024, from Belfast International Airport.

“As well as doubling our capacity for holidaymakers travelling to Costa Dorada and Lanzarote, we are thrilled to see the welcome return of Larnaca, Cyprus, which is among one of our most-requested destinations, and the popular destination of Tunisia.

“We want every one of our customers to be able to create a holiday as unique as they are. These changes provide our customers with greater choice for the destination and duration of their holiday, and when that’s coupled with the variety and choice of TUI hotels – from premium, tailor-made and all inclusive to party resorts and family fun – we have brought everything together to help our customers create the perfect TUI holiday.”

The statement published on also quoted its managing director, Graham Keddie, as saying, “TUI are one of our longest-serving customers, and we very much welcome the addition of new services to both Larnaca and Tunisia. These destinations have long been requested by our passengers, and we are delighted that TUI have expanded their range of destinations to include them.”

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