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Tunisia: Nouvelair to plug capacity gap left with Thomas Cook collapse

Tunisian carrier Nouvelair is relaunching flights from Gatwick and Manchester to help plug the capacity gap left with the collapse of Thomas Cook Airlines in 2019.

The airline will provide seats this summer to operators and agents in addition to sales to consumers.

The carrier, with a fleet of 11 Airbus A320s, plans to operate until the end of October with the potential to extend further.

Sales and marketing director Karim Dahmani told TravelWeekly: “Tunisia has been a very popular destination for UK holidaymakers and despite the terrible impact on all our lives caused Covid, we want to make sure we can provide the opportunity for holiday makers to return to Tunisia this summer.”

Nouvelair is majority owned by TTS Group, which owns four hotels in Tunisia, travel agencies and other businesses.

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