5 Responses

  1. Andreas Mowinckel
    Andreas Mowinckel at |

    Very common for tour operators to sell seats on scheduled flights in markets too small to support its own aircraft. See a lot of that in Scandinavia to the more remote and exclusive destinations. Maybe not so common further down in Europe.

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      Sure, but would that qualify as “extensive” cooperation that expands capacity and total destinations served? I guess the PR folks always try to put the best spin on things but this seems a stretch to me.

    2. Andreas Mowinckel
      Andreas Mowinckel at |

      Yeah, they don’t usually promote it that heavily. On the other hand, many customers are now looking further than the usual holiday destinations, so they may try to spin on this.

  2. Espen Næss
    Espen Næss at |

    Looking av Ving (Thomas Cook Scandinavia) webpages they have a lots of destinastion where they don’t fly thenself but used schedule airlines

  3. Andreas Mowinckel
    Andreas Mowinckel at |

    See that TUI also is promoting this from Norway. Suspecting that they use Norwegian. https://finalcall.travel/no/nyhet-4-nye-usa-reisemal-hos-tui/