first_imgThomson Flights will not be stopping its flights from Robin Hood Airport, airport chiefs have told the Doncaster Free Press.Rumours had been circulating that the airline would pull its services from the Doncaster-Sheffield airport, although they now appear to be unfounded.Speaking to the newspaper, Robin Tudor, spokesman for airport operator Peel Airports, said that Thomson, which is part of the TUI Group, would operate flights from Robin Hood for another decade.”Doncaster Sheffield Airport continues to work closely with TUI and is delighted that the operator will in fact be increasing its capacity through the airport for summer 2009 by utilising larger aircraft on many of their routes,” he said.Thomson has insisted that Robin Hood remains an “important departure airport” and dismissed claims that its flights were being reviewed on a continual basis.The carrier counts Spain, Greece and Turkey as some of its 21 destinations from Robin Hood.Thomson stopped operating flights from Coventry Airport in November but continues to operate from 23 other UK airports. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedIncreased flights to Monastir from Robin Hood AirportIncreased flights to Monastir from Robin Hood AirportRobin Hood Airport services to be stopped by easyJetDemand for flights from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield remains strong despite one airline’s decision to stop services.Flights to Dublin launched from Doncaster SheffieldFlights to Dublin launched from Doncaster Sheffieldlast_img read more