12,500 UK employees
TUI is the world’s leading integrated leisure tourism business. Within the TUI family, there are now six European airlines (with 136 aircraft), 12 cruise ships and a unique hotel portfolio offering over 210,000 beds.
Then there’s our network of tour operators, available online and through travel agencies Europe-wide. In all, we have 220 trusted brands in 180 countries. What makes them all tick? The real TUI family: the 77,000 people worldwide who serve our 30 million customers. Through our talented team and our extensive portfolio of brands and businesses, we can offer an end-to-end holiday experience. A high quality, consistent customer journey that covers everything from bookings and reservations, to flights, hotels and entire bespoke experiences.
We’re proud to be where we are. Now focused fully on tourism, TUI is a dynamic, influential company generating revenues of €18.5 billion. We’re listed on the London Stock Exchange as a member of the FTSE 100. We also feature on the FTSE4Good indices with the ticker code TT.
TUI is committed to responsible leadership in the travel sector. Our vision is to make travel experiences special, while minimising environmental impact, respecting cultures and people, and bringing economic benefits to communities. In fact, TUI airlines are the most carbon-efficient in Europe. What’s more, we’ve taken over 11.5 million customers to hotels with credible sustainability certifications over the last three years. Plus, we’re signatories of the UN Global Compact. No wonder we’ve won a number of prominent awards and continue to be well positioned on sustainable development indices. In short, sustainability continues to be a priority for TUI as well as the rest of our industry.
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