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Thomas Cook Airlines To Launch Nonstop Service To SFO

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Thomas Cook Airlines To Launch Nonstop Service To SFO

Thomas Cook Airlines To Launch Nonstop Service To SFO
May 15
14:10 2017

MIAMI – Thomas Cook Airlines launched yesterday, May 14th, their new nonstop service between San Francisco and Manchester. The Airbus A330-200 aircraft landed at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) where the carrier was received with an inaugural celebration.

“I am proud that Thomas Cook Airlines has chosen SFO for its expansion in the United States,” said the Airport Director, Ivar C. Satero. “We both share a passion for creating an unforgettable travel experience, and our customers now have an exciting new way to get to England and beyond.”

The A330-200 will be currently used on this route that will operate two flights per week; on Sundays and Thursdays, allowing customers not only to arrive San Francisco, but to connect with the carrier’s destinations from SFO to the Balearic and Canary Islands, Cyprus, and various destinations in Turkey.

“This is an exciting time for Thomas Cook Group Airlines as we start this amazing new service and grow our U.S. footprint even more,” said Christoph Debus, Chief Airlines Officer, Thomas Cook Group. “We work closely with partner airlines, allowing us to connect to 90 destinations within the USA, as well as to fantastic European cities like Paris, Amsterdam, and Milan, allowing us to offer more destinations than ever before.”

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