LSE: TT. TUI Travel PLC was a British leisure travel group headquartered in Crawley, West Sussex. The company was formed on 3 September 2007 by the merger of First Choice Holidays PLC and the Tourism Division of TUI AG, which owned 56.4%.

Who owns TUI?

There are five airlines in the TUI Group operating around 150 medium- and long-haul aircraft, including the largest fleet of the latest Boeing Dreamliners. The airlines are TUI Airways, TUI fly, TUI fly Belgium, TUI fly Netherlands and TUI fly Nordic, serving more than 180 destinations around the world.

Who is TUI in partnership with?

TUI partners with Nezasa on digital tours platform for the “next era of travel” TUI Group, the world’s leading tourism group, has signed an agreement for a new digital platform for multi-day tours, to be developed in partnership with Nezasa, an award-winning travel technology company.

What type of Organisation is TUI?

TUI Group is a company of opportunities – for our customers, our shareholders and our employees. United under one roof we will have our unique hotel portfolio, our cruise lines, six European airlines, the distribution strength of our tour operators, both online and through our travel agencies all over Europe.

Is TUI a Thomson?

The biggest travel company in Britain has ditched the name it has had for more than half a century. From this morning, Thomson rebrands as TUI, the firm of which it is part.

Why is it called TUI?

It became part of a German conglomerate, Preussag, in 2000. That firm, which was formerly the Prussian Mining and Metallurgical Company, itself rebranded in 2002 as TUI — short for Touristik Union International.

Where does TUI travel?

Lanzarote, Canary Islands – Bourgas, Bulgaria – Corfu, Greece – Dalaman, Turkey – Ibiza, Balearic Islands – Kos, Greece – Gran Canaria, Canary Islands – Menorca, Balearic Islands – Majorca, Balearic Islands – Reus, Spain – Rhodes, Greece – Tenerife, Canary Islands.

Where is TUI based UK?

TUI is a trading name of TUI UK Limited, part of the TUI AG Group of Companies. Registered Office of TUI UK Limited: Wigmore House, Wigmore Lane, Luton, LU2 9TN. Registered in England and Wales (Number 2830117).

Does TUI still exist?

As one of the biggest UK holiday companies, we’re here whenever you need us – via our stores, website or 24/7 Holidayline.

What are TUI financial aims?

About the TUI Care Foundation By connecting holidaymakers to good causes, we promote education and the wellbeing of children and young people, the protection of nature and the environment, and the positive impacts of tourism on people and places in destinations worldwide.

Is Tui plc (Tui) a buy or sell?

– Motley Fool UK TUI has received a consensus rating of Sell. The company’s average rating score is 1.11, and is based on no buy ratings, 1 hold rating, and 8 sell ratings. According to analysts’ consensus price target of GBX 208.75, TUI has a forecasted downside of 16.8% from its current price of GBX 250.90.

When did Tui become a company?

The company was formed on 3 September 2007 by the merger of First Choice Holidays PLC and the Tourism Division of TUI AG, which owned 56.4%. The company operated in 180 countries and claimed 30 million customers. The company was listed on the London Stock Exchange, and was a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.

What is the ticker symbol for TUI?

TUI trades on the London Stock Exchange (LON) under the ticker symbol “TUI.” How do I buy shares of TUI? Shares of TUI and other U.K. stocks can be purchased through online brokerage accounts that support trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSX).

Does TUI Travel stock pay a dividend?

TUI Travel does not currently pay a dividend. TUI Travel does not have a long track record of dividend growth. In the past three months, TUI Travel insiders have not sold or bought any company stock. Who are some of TUI Travel’s key competitors?