Modern, transparent representation of interests
Tourism is relevant, not only as an economic growth engine but also as a key employer in the global economy. It also contributes significantly to strengthening social and environmental standards and is of enormous value for the global transfer of wealth and education. In the past decades, the travel sector has created jobs and new income opportunities like hardly any other industry – in Germany, Europe and worldwide. The coronavirus pandemic is a stress test of a special kind. At TUI, we are aware that we bear an exceptional responsibility: for our employees and for our partners, especially in emerging and developing countries.
Leading the way in digitalisation and sustainability
TUI is well positioned for this transformation. As the global market leader, the company covers the entire travel value chain: with leading digital travel platforms, with our own hotels, cruise ships and airlines, and with tour operators and travel agencies. This business model is unique internationally. Our commitment to sustainability spans more than three decades. Our ambition is to continue to lead the industry and to actively shape a more sustainable future for tourism.
Political dialogue is vital
We want to share our knowledge about tourism policy issues and sustainable solutions. We position ourselves for fair competition and are ready to deal with future issues of the industry. That is why we actively seek dialogue with decision-makers and stakeholders in our source markets and destinations as well as at the EU and global stage. Openness for discussion and exchange as well as transparent communication is self-evident to us.