Exeter Airport today celebrates the return of TUI holidays to the Balearic Islands, with the first TUI flight of the Summer 2021 season departing for Majorca (Palma).
The popular route will operate four times a week – on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (with seasonal variations) – throughout the summer.
TUI has already confirmed its 2021/2022 schedule from Exeter Airport, with flights to Spain (Ibiza, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Majorca, Menorca, Tenerife), Greece (Corfu, Crete, Rhodes, Zante), Cyprus (Paphos), and Turkey (Antalya, Dalaman) all set to resume.
In total, Exeter Airport has announced 28 domestic and international destinations in eight countries for 2021/22.
Steve Wiltshire, Operations Director at Exeter Airport, said: "We're delighted to relaunch holidays to Majorca with TUI. Majorca is one of the most popular destinations from Exeter Airport, and it's great to finally give holidaymakers longing to escape to the sun the opportunity to do so with all the ease and convenience of flying from their local airport.
"We're working closely our airline partners to ensure safe travel through the airport, and we look forward to more routes returning over the coming weeks and months. We urge all passengers to consider their health and safety and show respect to fellow passengers by adhering to all safety measures. Above all else, we welcome the return of passengers to Exeter Airport and wish them a very happy holiday."
For the latest destinations and timetable from Exeter Airport, download a copy of FLY Exeter 2021-22.
Latest COVID-19 information
Exeter Airport has partnered with an established healthcare provider, GPDQ, to provide a range of COVID-19 testing options. GPDQ is one of the UK Government's approved test providers for travel and you can book a COVID-19 tests directly via the airport website.
From 19 July 2021, in line with the latest Government recommendations, everyone entering the airport terminal building, whether to travel or for any other purpose, is asked to wear a face covering.
Please check the latest Government guidelines before booking.