Thomas Cook Airlines commences direct service from Manchester to San Francisco

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Thomas Cook Airlines, the airline division of the global travel company, has commenced a new nonstop service between San Francisco and Manchester, on May 14, according to a release by the San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

The airline plans to operate flights between San Francisco and Manchester twice each week, on Sundays and Thursdays. The flights will be operated using Airbus A330-200 aircraft. The new service will also allow travellers and tourists to connect with Thomas Cook destinations such as the Balearic and Canary Islands, Cyprus, and various destinations in Turkey.

‘I am proud that Thomas Cook Airlines has chosen SFO for its expansion in the United States,’ said San Francisco 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. 

‘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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