Norwich Airport announces new summer flight to Tunisia

Holidaymakers using Norwich International Airport will be able to fly to Tunisia from next summer after the North African destination was added to its travel portfolio.

Leading package holiday specialist Thomson Holidays has announced a new summer 2013 flight from Norwich to Tunisia which will be available weekly on Thursdays from May 23 to September 19.

Packages start from �339 per person for seven nights all inclusive on May 30 and this price includes return flights, luggage and transfers.

East Anglian holidaymakers have been encouraged to book now to secure their holiday at a great price as the trend is switching towards some the best deals being made available for early bookings.

Andrew Bell, chief executive officer of Norwich International Airport, said: 'We are delighted that Thomson Holidays have added the new route of Tunisia to the fantastic range of destinations available direct from Norwich for summer 2013 which will enable local holidaymakers to fly directly from Norwich to Tunisia with Thomson for the first time.

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'We are certain this popular destination will prove a hit with our customers, with its beautiful beaches, great value package deals, fantastic climate and flight duration of under four hours, it is a perfect getaway for families, couples and groups alike. This development further demonstrates the strength of the growth in charter flights from Norwich International next year - our customers now have over twenty direct sun and city destinations to choose from with some of the leading tour operators and airlines'

For more information call Travel Norwich Airport on 01603 428700, visit

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