Thomson Airways has revealed its new livery and cabins onboard its new Dreamliner aircraft, which is currently on a UK tour.
The Boeing aircraft arrived at Manchester Airport today as Thomson celebrated its 50th anniversary of flying. Its new livery was unveiled with the new ‘wave’ concept, as well as the designs for its interiors. Click through the gallery below for more images.
“Starting to fly the Dreamliner is a key step in our journey to modernise the holiday experience we provide for our customers. Our holidays are expertly designed to suit each customer, and everything from selecting exclusive properties that are only available to Thomson customers, to the in-flight experience has been taken into consideration to ensure customers experience a dream holiday,” said Chris Browne, managing director of Thomson Airways.
TUI’s Dreamliner flights will commence on 1 May 2013 and will operate from Manchester, Gatwick, Glasgow and East Midlands. The airline reunited crew from Britannia and Air 2000 (Thomson Airways’ ‘parents’) in the 1960s at Manchester to mark the 50th anniversary.