Airtours Deals

Part of Thomas Cook, Airtours was re-launched as a value brand in 2016. With the strapline ‘Pack More In’, it now features even more ways to save than previously. It also has little presence on the high street, meaning low overhead costs, making it a good choice for an online deal.

Current Voucher Codes

Before we get to the deals, here’s a few voucher codes to help you on your way!

£100 OFF SPAIN HOLIDAYS
£100 OFF

£100 OFF SPAIN HOLIDAYS

Holidays
£100 off selected holidays over £1300. Whilst stocks last.
Copy SPAIN100
Airtours Summer Sale
£50 OFF

Airtours Summer Sale

Holidays
£50 Off Summer 2017 Bookings Over £750. Whilst stocks last - let us know if it doesn't work and we will update!
Copy SUMMER50
Save An Extra £200 On Couples Holiday Packages
£200 OFF

Save An Extra £200 On Couples Holiday Packages

Holidays
Save An Extra £200 On Couples Holiday Packages. Various airports and destinations available.
Copy No Code Required!

Current Deals


 

From where does Airtours operate?

With a fleet size of around 30 planes, Airtours is slightly more limited as to where it flies from. However, it does operate from many of the major UK airports:

  • Manchester
  • Belfast
  • Birmingham
  • Cardiff
  • Glasgow
  • London Gatwick
  • Newcastle
  • East Midlands

Current Reviews

Many major review services do not count Airtours as a separate entity to Thomas Cook.

Thomas Cook has generally excellent reviews on a service called Feefo, with almost 15,000 reviews so far:

CLICK HERE TO SEE FEEFO REVIEWS

Many of these appear to be about the website rather than the overall service, but still encouraging.

However, it does not have particularly flattering reviews on TrustPilot – but with less than 1,000 reviews:

CLICK HERE TO SEE TRUSTPILOT REVIEWS

Poor reviews are not necessarily proof of a poor service, especially if viewed relative to other holiday providers. There could be a number of factors, such as not being as good at managing their online reputation (not persuading happy people to leave reviews on TrustPilot!) or people having higher expectations because of the prestige of the brand. People are also more likely to leave a review naturally if they have had a bad experience rather than satisfactory or good!

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