Founded in 2004, Thomsonfly (BY) had its main hubs in Manchester Airport and London Gatwick Airport. By offering quality services, Thomsonfly became hugely popular in no time. With a network which spanned across 87 destinations, it was the largest charter airline in the world. Its fleet of 46 airplanes offered comfortable seating to passengers.
Thomsonfly was a British airline, which was formerly known as Britannia. Before September 2007, Thomsonfly was part of TUI UK, but after the merger with First Choice Holidays it became the part of TUI Travel PLC. On November 1, 2008 Thomsonfly merged with First Choice Airways to form Thomson Airways.