New TUI fl ights and holidays take off from Cardiff Airport

International Champions Cup at Principality Stadium

TUI, the UK’s largest holiday company, has celebrated its fi rst fl ights for summer to three new destinations for 2019 from Cardiff Airport. Holidaymakers from Wales boarded fl ights to Naples, Dubrovnik (Croatia) and Hurghada (Egypt). Customers can now enjoy the popular destination of Croatia, plus the resurgence of Egypt with these new fl ights from Cardiff Airport. Flights

to Naples have been added

to support the new homeport for the cruise ship Marella Explorer 2 which will sail to some of the fi nest European cities including Venice, Rome and Dubrovnik. Flights to Dubrovnik give customers the chance to enjoy a holiday on land or join Marella Celebration for the ‘Adriatic Aff air’ cruise itinerary which includes Croatia, Italy and Slovenia. As an important regional base for TUI, holidaymakers now have over 90,000

additional seats and three new routes to choose from when booking their summer holiday. In total holidaymakers have 25 destinations

to choose from when

booking their summer holidays from Cardiff Airport, giving more choice than ever before from the diverse collection of destinations and hotel concepts TUI has to off er. Deb Barber, CEO at Cardiff Airport added: “We are delighted that TUI have added three fantastic destinations to their schedule, off ering our customers even more choice when booking their getaway. Naples, Dubrovnik and Hurghada are fantastic new routes for sun-seekers and cruise-lovers alike, and the addition of seats including extra fl ights to Greece and the Balearics shows TUI’s commitment to increasing the choice for passengers fl ying from Cardiff Airport.”

Manchester United will play AC Milan at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff on 3 August in the fi rst ever International Champions Cup (ICC) game to take place in Wales. The match will be Manchester United’s only pre-season fi xture in Europe prior to the 2019/20 Premier League season and will be their third and fi nal game in the ICC for 2019. The ICC kicks off on 16 July and features 12 world-class clubs in 18 matches across the US, Europe and Asia. Each team will play 3 games and the team with the most points wins the trophy. The ICC sets the tone for what’s ahead every season. It’s the fi rst chance for football fans to see their heroes back on the pitch and the fi rst chance for clubs to debut new players, new managers, new tactics, and new kits.

The ICC is the premier summer international club tournament with the likes of Messi, Ronaldo, Suarez, Salah, Bale, Modric, Kane, Neymar and so many other stars having participated over the last 6 years. Manchester United v AC Milan at Principality Stadium, Cardiff on 3 August 2019, KO 5.30pm Tickets from £25 Adult/£10 Under-16 are now on sale at

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