TUI Airways resumes operations between Dublin (DUB) and Cancun (CUN) from June 5, 2023, with a weekly frequency (Mondays) operated by Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner with 300 seats. The service will be available until July 17, 2023.

Vacation packages are from €1,799 per week for a 14-day stay, each deposit is €150. The tour operator will be the only company to offer non-stop flights between Ireland and the Mexican Caribbean.

TUI Airways flight itinerary

  • Dublin – Cancun Flight TOM 536 DUB 10:35 – CUN 14:35
  • Cancun – Dublin Flight TOM 537 CUN 16:35 – DUB 07:20+1

Data obtained by Aviacionline through the Mexican Federal Civil Aviation Agency (AFAC) indicates that 4,177 passengers were mobilized in 2019 between Dublin (DUB) and Cancun (CUN) in fourteen air operations.

«The appetite for travel is stronger than ever and customers who may not have traveled abroad at all, or as much as they would have liked to in the last two years, are now planning well in advance. in the coming year and setting their sights further afield» said Craig Morgan, TUI’s director of Ireland

«With this non-stop flight of approximately 10 hours, the stunning coastline coupled with our wide range of hotels and unique vacation experiences are sure to make Cancun and the Riviera Maya popular choices for Irish tourists again next summer,» added Morgan.

Cancun (CUN) is one of TUI Group’s main airline holiday destinations, where the company currently offers flights to Birmingham (BHX), Bristol (BRS), Doncaster/Sheffield (DSA), Glasgow (GLA), London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN) and Newcastle (NCL), Brussels (BRU) and Amsterdam (AMS), as well as seasonal charter services to several Nordic cities.

See also: TUI fly resumes several sunny destinations from Brussels

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