|Bid||0.00 x 41600|
|Ask||0.00 x 224000|
|Day's range||14.81 - 15.02|
|52-week range||11.35 - 15.12|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.05|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.67 (3.95%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 18 (Reuters) - Europe's largest tour operator TUI is putting on extra flights to make up for capacity lost after this month's collapse of Monarch, TUI's UK and Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) boss said on Wednesday. The company's UK and Ireland Managing Director Nick Longman said it had already laid on extra flights and was looking to add more.
Europe's largest holiday operator TUI Group (TUIT.L) plans to expand in Greece, it said on Friday, signalling confidence in the tourism-dependent country's efforts to emerge from a long economic crisis. Visitors, led by Britons and Germans, have increased by about 50 percent since the crisis began eight years ago. "We have been here for 40 years and we will be here for another 40," TUI CEO Friedrich Joussen told reporters after meeting Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
Europe's largest tour operator TUI said it still expected to grow underlying full-year earnings by at least 10 percent after it enjoyed strong summer trading at its hotels and resorts. TUI said trading ...
Tour operator TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) 's airline TUIfly is seeking to cut its costs by at least 30 million euros ($36 million) as it prepares to take back aircraft it has leased out to insolvent Air Berlin (LSE: 0GPE.L - news) 's Austrian unit Niki, a German paper reported. Some 20 million euros of savings are to come from more flexible working hours for its nearly 500 pilots, daily Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung said late on Monday, citing company sources. TUIfly has leased out 14 of its planes, including crew, to Air Berlin's Austrian unit Niki, which is up for sale as part of a carve-up of Air Berlin.
German taxpayers will very likely not have to pay for a rescue of Air Berlin (LSE: 0GPE.L - news) , Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday, a day after Germany's second-largest airline filed for bankruptcy protection. Berlin has granted a bridging loan of 150 million euros ($175.68 million) to allow Air Berlin to keep its planes in the air for three months and secure the jobs of its 7,200 workers in Germany while negotiations continue.
Air Berlin, Germany's second-largest airline, filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday after key shareholder Etihad Airways withdrew funding following years of losses, leaving valuable runway slots up for grabs. The move offers Lufthansa and rivals a chance to acquire slots at airports such as Berlin Tegel and Duesseldorf, with Germany's largest airline keen to defend its domestic position against expansion by low-cost rival Ryanair.
European holidaymakers could turn to destinations such as Bulgaria and Cape Verde if they want to avoid high prices in busy Spanish destinations, the chief executive of European tourism group TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) said on Thursday. Tourists have been piling into Spain over the last two years due to security concerns around other summer destinations such as Tunisia, Egypt and Turkey.
European tourism group TUI (Swiss: TUI1.SW - news) stuck to its profit target for the year as it made a nine-month core profit for the first time and said it expected annual turnover to rise by more than 3 percent. It confirmed a target for core earnings to rise by at least 10 percent this year, compared with last year's 1.03 billion euros.
Britain is no longer advising against travel to most of Tunisia, including Tunis and major tourist destinations, the Foreign Office said on Wednesday. In June 2015 a gunman killed 30 Britons in the Tunisian resort of Sousse and the following month the government changed its travel guidance to advise against all but essential travel to Tunisia. "This update reflects our latest assessment that the risk to British nationals in Tunisia has changed," Alistair Burt, Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, said.
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A Boeing 787 "Dreamliner" plane of Thomson Airways with the logo of tourism giant TUI is seen at the Hanover airport in Langenhagen, central Germany
FRANKFURT/ABU DHABI, June 8 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways said on Thursday it had pulled out of talks with Europe's largest tour operator TUI Group to create a joint venture holiday airline. As part of the deal outlined last year, Etihad planned to buy Air Berlin's leisure airline Niki before combining the business with TUI's airline TUIfly.
TUI Group , Europe's largest tour operator, on Thursday said talks were ended with carrier Etihad to form a leisure airline joint venture. Under initial plans, its TUIfly unit would have combined with ...
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Tour operator TUI Group reported a wider second-quarter loss on Monday, however its CEO told CNBC that the firm remained confident about its performance.
Europe's largest tour operator, TUI Group, said UK sales and bookings for the summer had slowed, hitting its shares on Monday. The fall in sterling against the euro following Britain's vote to leave the European Union has made it more expensive for Britons to holiday overseas and "staycations" are enjoying renewed interest. TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) said that summer bookings from British customers were currently flat with revenues up 8 percent, a slowdown from February, when it said UK summer bookings were up 3 percent this year and revenues were 12 percent higher.
TUI Group, Europe's largest tour operator, reported a wider second-quarter loss, hit by the late timing of Easter this year and said it was on track to meet its full-year targets despite a challenging environment. The group reported an underlying EBITA loss of 177.7 million euros ($194.2 million), at constant currency, against a loss of 126 million in the year-earlier period. Adjusted for the late timing of Easter this year, the loss for the first six months of the financial year improved 6.3 percent to 193.3 million euros, TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) said.
LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - "Cowardly" Tunisian security forces let down the victims of a shooting at a beach hotel hotel, making "deliberate and unjustifiable" delays in their journey to the scene, a UK inquiry found on Tuesday. A gunman killed 30 Britons and eight others on a Tunisian resort in June 2015, having walked nearly two miles on his killing spree before being shot dead by security forces. Summing up after a six-week inquest, Judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith severely criticised the security forces, saying that their response had been "at best shambolic and at worst cowardly".
Travel group TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) has been criticised for its arrangements on governance and executive pay by a leading shareholder body, which said that the tour operator's approach falls short of British standards. Ahead of TUI's results and annual general meeting on Tuesday, Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS (LSE: 0QRS.L - news) ) criticised the tour operator for not giving its shareholders a vote on executive pay and for using transaction-related bonuses.
The gunman who murdered 30 Britons on a Tunisian beach in 2015 had been able to walk nearly two miles on his killing spree before being shot dead by security forces, inquests into the deaths heard on Monday. Evidence critical of local authorities' response and of tour operator TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) is expected to form part of the inquiry, a lawyer said. The inquests, being held collectively at the Royal Courts of Justice, are expected to last around six weeks.
Inquests into the Tunisian beach massacre of 30 Britons by a gunman in 2015 began in London, with evidence set to be critical of tour operator TUI (LSE: 0NLA.L - news) , according to a lawyer on Monday. Islamic State claimed responsibility. The British victims had booked their trips through Thomson holidays, which is owned by TUI Group.