- 1 TUI Connection Numbers:
- 2 TUI Opening Hours
- 3 TUI Head Office Address
- 4 TUI Head Office FAQs
- 5 Why would I need to call the TUI head office contact number?
- 6 About TUI
- 7 TUI Travel
- 8 TUI Jobs
- 9 TUI Self Service
- 10 TUI FAQs
- 11 When did TUI buy Thomson?
- 12 What does TUI mean?
- 13 Where is TUI based?
- 14 When is the TUI Sale?
TUI Connection Numbers:
|TUI Head Office||0844 453 0245|
|TUI Complaints||0844 453 0245|
|Customer services||0844 453 0245|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those TUI Travel departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
TUI Opening Hours
|Head Office||9am-5.30pm, Monday to Friday|
TUI Head Office Address
|Head Office||Wigmore House
TUI Head Office FAQs
TUI Group is the world’s largest and most popular travel tourism business. With 1,800 travel agencies around the world, six airlines, three hundred hotels, thirteen cruise liners and two hundred and ten thousand beds, it is the tourism company most likely to be able to land you a holiday in the place of your dreams. In addition to this, the company has countless deals working out concurrently with other agencies to expand its network enormously, meaning an unbeatable holiday experience in one hundred and eighty different regions.
TUI currently has 30 million customers across the world, and is dedicated to sustainable business and economic responsibility around the world. This company ethos has helped inform more than 20 years of sustainable tourist development, and has resulted in an impressive total profit of €379.6 million in 2015.
Why would I need to call the TUI head office contact number?
You might need to contact the TUI head office contact number for any number of reasons – as they operate thousands of package holiday destinations, dozens of airlines and millions of holidays every year, it is inevitable that customers will need to get in touch, either to report a problem or seek more information on a topic. The TUI head office contact line will be more than happy to help you with these issues, as the staff on the other end of the line are trained specifically with the solutions to any problems you may be facing and can provide practical solutions, actionable advice and further information to resolve your issue. Similarly, if you are calling to enquire about a topic or seek more information, the TUI head office customer contact teams will be able to provide it – each is individually trained and educated on company matters and information, and has access to the TUI Head Office’s entire database of information, a nearly limitless wealth of knowledge on the companies, hotels, destinations, flights and tours operated.
If the head office staff at the TUI contact line can’t help you, then transferring you to someone who can is child’s play – they are, after all, already located in the company’s head office. Therefore a simple internal transfer will take you to the members of company staff who have the knowledge, expertise or authority to help you. Even if your problem requires transfers all the way to the CEO of the company, the fact that you are already on a committed head office line means that is possible – whatever it takes to resolve your issue to your satisfaction.
You may need to call the contact line:
- To ask for updates on flight times, up to date delay information or security congestion at a given airport
- For help choosing a hotel or accommodation that suits your needs
- For more information on connecting flights
- To ask about upcoming sales
- To report an issue with a TUI service or product
- To cancel your booking
- Updating your booking or altering your ticket
- To make a complaint about a TUI service
- To report lost luggage
- To enquire about a hotel
- For help with tour information and guides
- For more information on the geopolitical activity in your region of choice
- To enquire about the likelihood of a catastrophic volcanic eruption at your holiday destination
- To complain about service generally
TUI Group is the world’s largest and most popular travel and tourism business. Formed from the merger of several smaller companies, TUI owns 6 airlines, the largest holiday fleet in Europe – as well as a fleet of cruise ships, hotels, travel agencies and retail stores. They have maintained this competitive edge and their impressive portfolio by recruiting only proven, capable tour operators, successful airlines and customer-endorsed resorts, bringing their total portfolio to more than 130 aircraft, more than three hundred hotels and thirteen cruise ships. Their reach is truly worldwide, so wherever you want to go, you can – the only limit is your imagination!
With 30 million customers every year, and over 180 regions available to visit, the company hasn’t lost sight of its responsibilities to the Earth, the local population and the local economy – all of TUI’s actions are carried out with a regard to economic sustainability, environmental health and social development, reflected by 20 years of sustainable growth in the tourism industry.
TUI Group is listed on the London Stock Exchange and the FTSE index, and is regularly traded on the regulated section of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. If you have any more questions about the storied history and legends of the TUI founders, its mission, its vision or its future, you can call the TUI head office on 0844 453 0245 and ask them. The head office staff will be happy to tell you everything you want to know.
The TUI Group airline fleet consists of 6 separate airlines, all owned by the company, and all operating a mix of medium-haul and long-haul aircraft. These airlines are TUIfly, Thomson, TUIfly Nordic, Jetairfly, Corsair and TUIfly Netherlands, and together they sport the largest fleet of the cutting-edge Boeing Dreamliner aircraft in the world, and fly to 180 regions.
In addition to their airline presence, TUI currently runs over 300 hotels across the world, with a total of 210,000 beds for their guests! Built in carefully-scouted locations across the world, in places with a known history as incredible holiday destinations, these hotels offer a massive variety of services and amenities, catering to a range of tastes. However, no matter the location and style of the hotel, they all share the same sky-high TUI standards for performance, service quality and environmental footprint.
TUI employs thousands of people across the world, in a huge range of roles. In their travel agencies they employ travel agents, managers, communications staff and technicians, while their airlines require pilots, stewards, porters, ground crews, hosts and hostesses and technical staff, their locations require hotel staff, porters, managers, chefs, waiters, runners, cleaners, technicians and maintenance staff, and all the thousands of other staff who keep high-quality hotels running smoothly. Their cruise ships require sailors and seamen, safety technicians, communications staff, navigators, hospitality staff, entertainment, cleaners and maintenance. In the TUI head offices, executives, accountants and consultants are employed with customer service staff, IT, marketing teams, communications, campaign managers, public relations teams, analysts and designers to keep TUI the best and most popular travel agency in the world.
TUI Self Service
When did TUI buy Thomson?
TUI acquired Thomson in mid-2000, but kept the company largely unchanged. As a result, many customers don’t even know the company changed hands! The TUI group consists of dozens of such companies, and the group’s opinion is that if it isn’t broken, why fix it? However, there was one major side effect to the merger – TUI had until that point owned a 50% majority stake in Thomas Cooke, the eternal rivals of Thomson. Upon acquiring Thomson, regulatory authorities forced the sale of the shares to prevent deregulation of the market and a potential monopoly that could have harmed the consumer.
What does TUI mean?
TUI is actually an acronym for the German name Touristik Union International. This name roughly translates to “International Touristic Union” or “International Union of Travel and Tourism” and perfectly describes TUI’s stated ambition and identity as an alliance of businesses all united in their goal: to promote tourism and help make tourism and travelling more accessible to people. Comprised of many smaller companies, TUI is, first and foremost, a union.
Where is TUI based?
TUI have headquarters in most of the countries they serve, such as their UK headquarters in Luton. This makes it easier for people of each nation to contact them, as it removes the need for an international phone call, translators, or international postage fees. The TUI head office in the UK is found, as stated above, in Luton, at the following address:
However, the TUI corporate base is actually based in Hanover, Germany, where the company was founded. If you need more information on where the TUI headquarters is located, or where the nearest regional head office to you is, you can call the TUI UK head office on 0844 453 0245 and talk to them.
When is the TUI Sale?
The short answer to this is “always!”
TUI is a multinational alliance of travel and tourism companies, many of whom, like Thomson, are package holiday specialists and budget travel and tourism experts. With so many locations, so many airlines and so many component companies, TUI is able to offer sales, deals and reduced-price tickets almost all the time. You just need to look for them. For more information on TUI sales special offers and package deals, call the TUI head office on 0844 453 0245.