Evening Standard - Holly Williams

Tui stuck by its guidance for the group to return to profit over the full year, with winter bookings at 78% of pre-pandemic levels.

It revealed last month that the airport disruption, which led to widespread flight cancellations andlengthy delays across the industry, had cost it 75 million euros (£66 million) in the three months to the end of June.

Tui did not give a figure for the hit in its final quarter, except to say that “flight disruption costs remain at elevated levels but continued to improve through the fourth quarter”.

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