Enter Air and TUI Poland have entered into a two-year Contract for the period from the Summer 2020 to the Winter 2021/2022 season, with the estimated value of the Contract in its first year being USD 147.9 million (approx. PLN 569.3 million). The current Contract for the Winter 2019/2020 season has also been annexed an increased amount of USD 31.4 million (approx. PLN 120.8 million).
– TUI Polska has been our partner continuously for 10 years. We started our cooperation with 8 routes from Warsaw and Poznań and we are currently offering more than 120 connections per week on several dozen holiday routes from various airports in Poland. Our cooperation is an immense contribution by both our companies towards the development of the Polish travel market. Our common growth is based on the stability of both Companies as well as our constructive cooperation in the combined effort to ensure the best possible quality of services for both Parties. We are happy that we are still cooperating and growing together – says Andrzej Kobielski, management board member and sales director at Enter Air – Today we signed a new 2-year contract which is approximately 6% higher than the previous one on an annual basis, but we also signed an annex to the current contract, which increases our common program for the Winter 2019/2020 season by 41% compared to the previously contracted winter part of the program – he adds.
The contract is for the sale of seats on planes with crews and was signed for a definite term until 30th April 2022. The value of the contract in its first year for the Summer 2020 and Winter 2020/2021 season is USD 147.9 million (approx. PLN 569.3 million). The exact volume and value of the contract for the second year, i.e. the Summer 2021 and Winter 2021/2022 season, will be determined in the future, but its value will not be less than USD 147.9 million. The parties have also signed an annex to the current contract for the Winter 2019/2020 season, as a result of which the value of the contract in terms of the base program rose to USD 31.4 million (approx. PLN 120.8 million).