From May 2017, the four airlines of the group, namely Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium and Condor will be heading to a total of 109 destinations with their 2017 summer flight plan.
Highlights of this year's summer flight plan include the Portuguese Atlantic island of Porto Santo (PXO), Comiso (CIY) on Sicily, Almeria (LEI) and Malaga (AGP) in Spain and San Diego (SAN), New Orleans (MSY) and San Francisco (SFO) in the USA.
In total, the four airlines of the Thomas Cook Group Airlines will fly from 48 airports in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Great Britain, Norway and Sweden to 109 destinations during summer 2017.
The North American plan is being expanded to include San Diego, New Orleans, Pittsburgh (PIT) and San Francisco. This means that Thomas Cook Group Airlines now fly to a total of 22 North American airports.
Another focus of the long haul network of Thomas Cook Group Airlines is in the Caribbean and Central America. In this colorful region with its sunshine guarantee and picturesque beaches, there is a total of 14 destinations, such as Barbados, Cuba and the Dominican Republic.
With short haul and medium haul flights, guests of the four Thomas Cook Group Airlines can take a journey of discovery to a total of 63 destinations. In summer 2017, the airlines set off with their "sunny heart" to many places which were not on the flight plan in previous years. This includes, for example, Malta, Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia, as well as Samos and Mykonos in Greece, which is tipped as a particularly popular destination in 2017.