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New flights from Dublin Airport to Florida, Cyprus and Tunisia announced

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Tour operator TUI is thinking a whole year ahead, announcing its summer 2025 programme from Ireland, including three new flights from Dublin Airport – to Cyprus, Tunisia, and Florida.

It also plans a new route to Corfu from Cork Airport for next summer.

TUI is a global tour operator selling its own package holidays, but customers can also book flight and hotel-only options on its website, tuiholidays.ie.

The new flights from Dublin Airport to Cyprus will depart weekly from May 14, 2025 until September 10, connecting holidaymakers with the Larnaca region and a range of resorts, including Ayia Napa, Nissi Beach, Protaras and Alaminos.

The Tunisia flights will operate from May 19 to September 8, servicing resorts including Hammamet, Monastir, Port El Kantaoui, Skanes, Sousse, Yasmine Hammamet and Mahdia.

TUI will also operate four departures direct from Dublin to Orlando, Florida next year using its own Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, it says.

The Orlando flights will depart on Tuesdays from June 24 for four weeks next summer, offering holidays of 14-night durations.

Flights from Cork Airport to Corfu will run weekly from May 9 to September 12 in 2025. These come in addition to existing services from Cork to Reus, Palma de Mallorca, and Lanzarote.

TUI’s routes to Cyprus and Corfu also allow customers to connect with its Marella Cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean.

“We are already working on our 2025 programme, and this is the first new route to be announced for next year,” said Niall MacCarthy, Managing Director at Cork Airport.

Last month, the airport announced a summer 2024 schedule that includes new Ryanair flights to Brussels Charleroi, Rhodes and Zadar.

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