The vast majority of UK visitors to Tunisia arrive on charter flights for package holidays on the coast. Tour operators Monarch, Thomson and Thomas Cook operate summer season flights to airports serving the most popular resorts. The most common entry airport is Enfidha-Hammamet International. You may also find routes to Djerba and Monastir. Flights to the capital Tunis are found with airlines like Tunisair and Alitalia. These are usually indirect.
The gateway to resorts on the island of Djerba. Seasonal flights from Manchester and London Gatwick with Thomson and Thomas Cook.
About 40 kilometres from the popular resort of Hammamet. Gateway to several Tunisian beach resorts. Well served by tour operators Thomson and Thomas Cook, with routes (many seasonal) from Belfast International, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Glasgow International, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Norwich, Doncaster/Sheffield, Edinburgh, Exeter, London-Luton, London Stansted and Newcastle. Also flights with Nouvelair from Manchester and Gatwick.
Convenient entry point for the resorts of Monastir, Sousse, Skanes and Port El Kantaoui. Some seasons see charter flights with tour operators like Monarch, Thomson and Thomas Cook. Nouvelair fly from London Gatwick.
The main airport serving Tunis, the capital of Tunisia. There are no low-cost or budget airlines with routes so flights are quite expensive. Most flights are indirect, often with a stopover in Paris. The best deals in recent years have often been with Alitalia from London Heathrow and London City Airport. Reasonably priced flights are also available from British Airways and Tunisair. Flying from outside London is a great deal more expensive. Some seasons see a limited number of charter flights with tour operators like Thomson.