More European airlines are returning to Tunisia, the Far Out Magazine website reports .
Many of Europe’s largest airlines are running commercial flights to Tunisia once again as governments being to relax their travelling advice on visiting the country, the same source said.
Now though, Thomas Cook has resumed flights to Tunisia and in excess of 220 holidaymakers flew to Enfidha airport from Birmingham on Tuesday. The same flight headed to the city from Manchester in the same day as an all-inclusive seven-night trip.
Planning for a busy summer of flights to Tunisia, Thomas Cook will be consistently running flights to the country from most major airports across the country as well as from German, French and Belgian cities, the Far Out Magazine said.
As Thomas Cook lead the way, other major airlines begin scheduling flights back to Tunisia. Starting from June, Spanish airline Air Europa will resume flights between the capital cities of Madrid and Tunis and run up to four times a week.