Engineering Apprenticeship

Whether you’re still at school or college, or you’ve recently left and are thinking about a future in Engineering, the TUI Engineering Apprenticeship scheme will give you the best possible start to a highly rewarding career.

It’s the chance to train on-the-job using state-of-the-art machinery and equipment. You’ll also study to gain the theoretical modules you need to achieve your Aircraft Maintenance A-Licence. On top of this, you’ll be taught and mentored by highly experienced engineers and, whilst studying and learning on-the-job, you’ll also be paid a wage. It really is the best of both worlds.

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2 weeks ago

TUI Jobs UK

249 British tourists stranded in Goa left for Manchester on a special TUI Airways flight early Wednesday. The central government made a special exception for the exit of the stranded tourists. The British guests were very relieved to get home safely.
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249 British tourists stranded in Goa left for Manchester on a special TUI Airways flight early Wednesday. The central government made a special exception for the exit of the stranded tourists. The British guests were very relieved to get home safely.
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The only airline I aspire to joining one day. Which is a good job too, because you’re probably going to be one of the only ones to make it out the other side - and have deserved too.

Well done TUI crew for putting yourselves at risk ,a company that rescues . Don’t ever forget that ,

It’s a shame that we couldn’t get my parents on this flight. They with other British tourists are still stuck out there with no way of returning. I’m pleased that many have been rescued but I am concerned for my parents and many other abandoned British nationals. We tried get my parents on this flight with no luck. We later found out that there were 40 empty seats.

Well done to all the team . Stay safe x

Well done TUI and all the staff.

Well done TUI. Missing seeing all the TUI smiles in the sky, hopefully flying again soon!

Also a big well done to all Tuis staff and putting themselves at risk xx

Will they get screened, it’s frightening to think anyone can be carrying this terrible disease!!

And that’s what my post earlier in the week stated support an airline that had supported you in these critical times ... remember them when it’s all over ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Tui rocks and so do their staff. Before their shops shut my daughter and the others in her shop took more abuse off people who hadn’t even booked with the firm. Hope they are now suitably ashamed.

Is this aircraft seriously called Neil? Whats the story behind that one?

Well done to tui and welcome back home to those on the flight..

Apparently the flight flew back with empty seats even though there are still 100s of British stranded there including my parents, can anyone explain why?

Thank you for bringing my daughter home safely x.

That’s only a fraction of the British citizens stranded in Goa

Great job Tui ❤ your company

Well done Tui keep safe xx

Well done team Tui

So that's where Neil is.... Not seen him for a while ✈️✈️✈️

Nice one Tui. Can’t wait to see you back in the air

Wow great for them 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Well done Tui stay safe xxx

Mark Salmon hope your parents were on this flight and got home safely x

Doesn't have the share option or I would.

Well done tui 👍

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3 weeks ago

TUI Jobs UK

A smile in such uncertain times: Marella Cruises Discovery 2 shared a friendly smile of support while carrying out routine manoeuvres before anchoring in Montego Bay, Jamaica where she waits to set sail again.

The smile measures at 12 nautical miles high, and 16 nautical miles wide.

Captain Jason Ikiadis and our bridge team worked together to trace the TUI smile as they wanted to do something that would make both our customers and teams smile as a thank you for supporting us during these unprecedented times.

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A smile in such uncertain times: Marella Cruises Discovery 2 shared a friendly smile of support while carrying out routine manoeuvres before anchoring in Montego Bay, Jamaica where she waits to set sail again.

The smile measures at 12 nautical miles high, and 16 nautical miles wide.

Captain Jason Ikiadis and our bridge team worked together to trace the TUI smile as they wanted to do something that would make both our customers and teams smile as a thank you for supporting us during these unprecedented times.

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