TUI, the leading global travel and leisure company, unveiled the expansion of its Summer 2025 programme from Dublin Airport with the incorporation of two new destinations Cyprus (Larnaca) and Tunisia (Enfidha).

TUI Head of Ireland Craig Morgan, said “We are thrilled to unveil these new additions to our Summer 2025 holiday program. We welcome back Tunisia, in addition to Larnaca, Cyprus and are very excited to announce that Florida joins our long-haul program, with direct flights from Dublin on our own Boeing 787 Dreamliner. As part of our ongoing commitment to the regions our new Cork to Corfu programme I believe will be warmly received by Munster holidaymakers providing them with the opportunity to relax and explore the Greek island of Corfu or set sail aboard a Marella cruise across the Eastern Mediterranean direct from their local airport.”

Larnaca will operate every Wednesday from May 14th until September 10th 2025. Irish holidaymakers will have the opportunity to discover stunning resorts including Ayia Napa, Nissi Beach, Protaras and Alaminos across a range of hotels and guest experiences, enabling a fly-cruise offering for TUI Marella Cruises around the Eastern Mediterranean.

TUI returns to Tunisia operating a new weekly service to Enfidha every Monday from May 19th until September 8th 2025 and local holidaymakers can choose from resorts including Hammamet, Monastir, Port El Kantaoui, Skanes, Sousse, Yasmine Hammamet and Mahdia.

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