New aircraft for Thomsonfly

Thomsonfly has announced the planned purchase of five new Boeing aircraft, as part of a series of investments and initiatives to increase the efficiency of its operation. Two Boeing 737-300s will be new to the Thomsonfly fleet, and the low cost airline will also take delivery of three brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft in the first quarter of next year.

The new aircraft will be more fuel efficient, therefore more cost efficient, cleaner and quieter than the aircraft they will replace.

The current Thomsonfly flying programme operates from 24 UK airports to over 80 destinations across the globe, including Portugal, Spain, Holland, Austria, France, Czech Republic, Italy and Jersey, enabling customers to travel onto a wide range of other destinations. The company’s aircraft fly from more UK airports than any other UK-based airline and are firmly established as the UK’s third largest airline.

Thomsonfly flies year round from Faro to Bournemouth, Coventry and Doncaster from as little as 39.99 euros one way, including taxes and charges. Flights can be booked at, or those without internet access can book by calling 214 159 122.