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Thomas Cook returns to Pula and Split

Thomas Cook returns to Pula and Split
One of the leading British tour-operators, Thomas Cook, is returning to the Croatian market next year. The program that this company will include in its catalogues includes Istria and Central Dalmatia, with flights from Manchester and London to Pula once a week and from London to Split twice a week. Thomson, as the second largest tour-operator in Great Britain has confirmed it will keep all last year’s flight lines from London, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol to Pula and Dubrovnik, while British Airways is keeping its complete annual flight plan to Dubrovnik. This has been announced at the World Travel Market Fair in London, the world`s leading tourism fair, which gathers around 50 000 tourism professionals every year.

In the first 10 months of 2010, Croatia has noted a four percent growth in arrivals and five percent in overnight stays from the British market. The largest number of Brits, a third of them, ended up in Dubrovnik which has, for years held an excellent reputation in Great Britain.

It has been announced at the fair in London that the World Tourist Organisation – UNWTO, plans to organize, for the first time, at least two global tourist forums, form which the one connected to the media, will be held in Croatia, in September, with a goal to promote the importance of tourism in making global political and economical decisions in 2011. This will be the first world congress for tourism reporters in the organization of UNWTO and around 700 tourism reporters from around the world are expected to attend.


Thomas Cook
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