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Boeing 767-300 - Thomson Airways

Thomson Airways, a subsidiary of TUI Travel, is the biggest charter airline in the world, although it also offers scheduled flights from the UK and Ireland. It flies to destinations in Europe, Africa, North America and Asia.

TUI Travel was formed by the merger of the travel division of TUI AG and First Choice Holidays in September 2007. The airlines of the two companies, Thomsonfly and First Choice Airways, were merged under the new name Thomson Airways. Main bases of the airline are London-Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham.

Thomsonfly was earlier known as Britannia Airways and First Choice Airways as Air 2000. Thomson Airways flies Boeing 767-300 widebodies, which were taken over from the fleets of Thomsonfly and First Choice. In 2013 eight aircraft of the type are in service with the airline. A total of thirteen 767-300s have been part of the fleet.

The photograph shows a Thomson Airways 767 climbing out of Manchester Airport (UK).

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