TUI fly, the charter airline of Belgium’s largest tour operator TUI, will begin offering flight and tour packages to Zanzibar (Tanzania) and Mombasa (Kenya) from Brussels International Airport (Zaventem) on 28 October, according to a press release by the company.
The new destinations will depart from Brussels twice a week. Tickets will be available to purchase from €199,99 per flight.
TUI already offers package holidays to Zanzibar from Brussels International airport for the summer holidays, however this route is operated by Qatar airways. TUI is partnered with 15 hotels on the Zanzibar coast, most of which are all inclusive.
In Kenya, holidaymakers will fly with TUI to one of 13 different resort hotels in the region, nearby to local safari getaway locations.
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TUI fly has also announced that it has resumed its twice-weekly charter route to Miami from 2 April. Furthermore, TUI will operate two new direct flights a week this month from Brussels to Montego Bay in Jamaica.
American airline Delta recently restarted its transatlantic flights from Brussels to New York’s JFK, broadening the airport’s international destinations.