TUI reveals Brits paid 18% more for summer holidays compared to 2019

TUI reveals British tourists paid 18% more for their summer holidays compared to 2019 – as number of bookings rise to 91% of pre-pandemic levels

  • Britons spending more on trips are helping shield Tui from cost of airport chaos
  • Tui said UK bookings reached 104 per cent this summer when compared to 2019
  • Holiday company says spending increase is set to rise to 26 per cent this winter

British tourists paid 18 per cent more for their summer holidays this year compared to pre-pandemic spending, the country’s largest holiday company has revealed. 

Holiday giant Tui said it had seen overall bookings almost return to pre-pandemic levels with UK bookings this summer running 4 per cent higher than that of 2019.

It reported that the increased spending by customers is…

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