TUI Airways has announced a new route from Bristol Airport to Enfidha, Tunisia for Summer 2024. The flights will likely be operated by the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft from the South West regional airport.
This isn’t the first time flights have operated to Tunisia from Bristol Airport, flights were halted following the terrorist attacks in the country after 2015 and further delays to reinstating the flights due to Covid-19 also occurred.
Tunisia has always been a firm favourite package holiday destination, although Tunisia is a part of Africa it has a Mediterranean-like climate. Summers are hot where temperatures often top 30 degrees in July and August. The Sahara Desert doesn’t feel the benefit of sea breezes and doesn’t get much shade, so if you like things a bit cooler, it’s a good idea to visit in the spring or autumn instead, when temperatures hover around the mid-20s.
Flights will operate on the following days:
- BRS 14:55-17:50 NBE (Mon)
- BRS 17:30-20:25 NBE (Fri)
- NBE 18:50-22:00 BRS (Mon)
- NBE 21:25-00:35+1 BRS (Fri)
Thanks as always to SeanM1997 for his assistance with this article.
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