Thomson Airways was set up in 1962 (formally Britannia) and has grown to become the UK’s largest charter airline. Based at Luton Airport, it has a fleet of 77 planes and flies to more than 80 destinations around the world. Thomson Airways will be the first airline in the UK to roll out the new, fuel-efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
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Traffic between the UK and Iceland passes one million milestone; Edinburgh and Birmingham fastest-growing routes ...
Along with Icelandair, easyJet (28% of seats in 2016), WOW air (15%), British Airways (4.0%), Thomson Airways (1.5%) and Norwegian (0.7%) also operate flights between the two nations, with the latter two having joined the market last year. One of the ...
Thomson Airways flight makes emergency landing after seagull strike
The Tenerife-bound Thomson flight struck a seagull shortly after takeoff from Bournemouth, England. Soon after landing, the pilot appeared in the cabin with what appeared to be the "remains of a seagull in a plastic bag", according to a passenger on ...
Bird strike forces Bournemouth plane to make emergency landing ...
Incident: Thomson B738 at Bournemouth on Jan 10th 2017, bird strike
Packed passenger jet forced to make emergency landing after bird 'SHATTERS' engine