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Return flight to Cancun (Mexico) £289 (May departure / Departing Newcastle) @ TUI
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Return flight to Cancun (Mexico) £289 (May departure / Departing Newcastle) @ TUI

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Posted 7th May
The outbound flight is on the 21st May with the return flight being on the 4th June. This gives you 2 weeks in Mexico Hand luggage only.

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Just get me away because I've had enough of this bs lol
KingOfKingsYNWA07/05/2019 13:39

Just get me away because I've had enough of this bs lol


It is only going to get worse at 20:00 tonight
reindeer33307/05/2019 13:40

It is only going to get worse at 20:00 tonight


You better keep quiet and i will be asleep at 19.59pm ACTUALLY arghhh hahahaha
KingOfKingsYNWA07/05/2019 13:42

You better keep quiet and i will be asleep at 19.59pm ACTUALLY arghhh …You better keep quiet and i will be asleep at 19.59pm ACTUALLY arghhh hahahaha


Probably for the best
reindeer33357 s ago

Probably for the best


Right you've had it!
Nice deal although worth mentioning that Hurricane season starts from June.

Nevertheless if you decide to go I strongly recommend a trip to Isla de Mujeres and visiting the side of the island that is not affected by strong currents. One of the best sunsets in the World
Edited by: "superhik" 7th May
Been a few times around those dates and the weather was always great, going again next Friday lol
As good as a deal it is I dont trust TUI as an airline. IOSA failed or not willing to submit doesn't give me much faith in their safety procedures.- of course I'm a nervous flyer so that wont apply to everyone!
amoulden07/05/2019 14:20

Been a few times around those dates and the weather was always great, …Been a few times around those dates and the weather was always great, going again next Friday lol


We went in November a few years ago and the weather was lovely. Went in May last year for a friends wedding and the wether was rubbish. Pot luck I guess.
ljstrawson5 m ago

We went in November a few years ago and the weather was lovely. Went in …We went in November a few years ago and the weather was lovely. Went in May last year for a friends wedding and the wether was rubbish. Pot luck I guess.


Yeah mate I heard about that. We got there June 2nd last year and just missed your bad luck
madnutta07/05/2019 14:24

As good as a deal it is I dont trust TUI as an airline. IOSA failed or not …As good as a deal it is I dont trust TUI as an airline. IOSA failed or not willing to submit doesn't give me much faith in their safety procedures.- of course I'm a nervous flyer so that wont apply to everyone!



What on earth do you mean by that? If they failed any audits, they would not be permitted to fly within the EU....don't see any grounded TUI flights....do you?
smudgyboy07/05/2019 14:40

What on earth do you mean by that? If they failed any audits, they would …What on earth do you mean by that? If they failed any audits, they would not be permitted to fly within the EU....don't see any grounded TUI flights....do you?


This, iata.org/wha…spx
They haven't done or failed this. I guess failed as TUI Belgium and TUI Germany have passed.

Apart from jet 2 every other airline in this county has passed. It doesn't mean they are awful. But as I said I'm a nervous flyer and want to make sure standards are at the top, ruling out some potential issues is nice.

But also yes, TUI have the Boeing max 8, so yes I see grounded TUI planes.
madnutta20 m ago

This, https://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/audit/iosa/Pages/index.aspxThey …This, https://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/audit/iosa/Pages/index.aspxThey haven't done or failed this. I guess failed as TUI Belgium and TUI Germany have passed. Apart from jet 2 every other airline in this county has passed. It doesn't mean they are awful. But as I said I'm a nervous flyer and want to make sure standards are at the top, ruling out some potential issues is nice. But also yes, TUI have the Boeing max 8, so yes I see grounded TUI planes.


Some grounded TUI flights here although for a different reason
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Decent price
madnutta2 h, 48 m ago

This, https://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/audit/iosa/Pages/index.aspxThey …This, https://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/audit/iosa/Pages/index.aspxThey haven't done or failed this. I guess failed as TUI Belgium and TUI Germany have passed. Apart from jet 2 every other airline in this county has passed. It doesn't mean they are awful. But as I said I'm a nervous flyer and want to make sure standards are at the top, ruling out some potential issues is nice. But also yes, TUI have the Boeing max 8, so yes I see grounded TUI planes.


Tui is German owned.

No issues flying with them at all - looking forward to Jamaica with them in a couple of months 🇯🇲🍻
Id be all over this if my other half wasnt on court duty
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