52 Week Range
As of on the XETRA ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay
3M AVG Volume
52 Week High
52 Week Low
Shares Out (MIL)
Market Cap (MIL)
Dividend (Yield %)
TUI Announces Early Redemption Of EUR 300 Million Senior Bond 2016/2021
Tui Increases Share Capital By EUR 544.6 Mln
TUI Capital Increase Subscription Period To Start Jan. 8 - CEO
TUI AG is a Germany-based integrated tourism group. It operates through the following segments: Hotels & Resorts, Cruises, Destination Experiences, Markets & Airlines, divided into Northern Region, Central Region and Western Region, and All other segments. The Hotels & Resorts segment comprises all group-owned hotels and hotel shareholdings. The Cruises segment consists of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, Marella Cruises and the joint venture TUI Cruises. The Destination Experiences segment comprises delivering services in the destinations. The Northern Region comprises the Group's tour operators and airlines in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Nordics, Canada and Russia. The Central Region comprises tour operators and airlines in Germany and tour operators in Austria, Poland and Switzerland. The Western Region segment comprises tour operators in Belgium, the Netherlands and France. All other segments comprises business operations for new markets and central corporate and tourism functions.
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Committee
First Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative
Peter J. Long
Second Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Executive Committee
Price To Earnings (TTM)
Price To Sales (TTM)
Price To Book (MRQ)
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
Return on Investment (TTM)
Return on Equity (TTM)
Shareholders in TUI Group, the world's biggest holiday company, on Tuesday approved a capital restructuring that includes a capital increase to pay down new debt taken on to help it survive the coronavirus pandemic.
TUI Group, the world's biggest holiday company, is considering all options including disposals and a capital raise to pay down new debt taken on to help it survive the pandemic which pushed it to a 3 billion euro ($3.6 billion) annual loss.
TUI secured a third bailout on Wednesday, striking a deal with the German government, private investors and banks for an extra 1.8 billion euros ($2.2 billion) as the world's largest holiday company tries to ride out the coronavirus-linked travel slump.
The German government will shoulder up to 1.1 billion euros (993 million pounds) of the 1.8 billion euros rescue package for struggling holiday company TUI and the deal includes a ban on executive bonuses and dividends, an economy ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
Travel group TUI <TUIGn.DE> <TUIT.L> is considering additional state aid, raising new equity and potential disposals to ride out the COVID-19 pandemic, its chief executive said on Friday.
TUI <TUIGn.DE><TUIT.L> is in talks with the German government on an extra 1.5-1.8 billion euros ($1.8-$2.1 billion) in state aid as two bailouts from earlier this year have not been enough for travel company to cope with the coronavirus travel slump, people close to the...
A cruise ship carrying about 920 passengers was expected to dock at Piraeus port near Athens, after 12 of its crew members tested positive for the coronavirus, an official at Greece's Civil Protection agency said on Monday.
A cruise ship carrying about 920 passengers and sailing off the Greek island of Milos was likely to dock at Piraeus port later on Monday after 12 of its crew members were found to be positive for the coronavirus an official at Greece's Civil Protection agency said.
Holiday company TUI <TUIGn.DE> said that it had reduced capacity for the coming winter season due to changing travel restrictions, and it continued to evaluate options to boost its balance sheet which has been strained by the COVID-19 pandemic.
British low cost airline easyJet on Friday named TUI Group's Kenton Jarvis as its chief financial officer, replacing Andrew Findlay.
TUI <TUIGn.DE> is planning a share sale to raise up to 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion), as the world's largest holiday company looks to ride out the coronavirus-linked travel slump, people close to the matter said.
TUI <TUIT.L> <TUIGn.DE>, the world's largest tourism company, said it was considering raising new equity from shareholders or selling off parts of the business to reduce debt taken on to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
“My father made him an offer he couldn't refuse”. Unlike in the classic scene in the first “The Godfather” film, the German government did not have to threaten leisure travel giant TUI with violence, but the cash flow pressures from restrictions related to Covid-19 left...
TUI, the world's biggest tourism group, is looking at a possible rights issue or divesting parts of the business to bring down the high levels of debt it has taken on to help it withstand the coronavirus pandemic.
The FTSE 100 fell for the first time in five days on Thursday as a clutch of blue-chip firms traded ex-dividend, while travel firm TUI slid after posting a quarterly loss of 1.1 billion euros due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
TUI, the world's largest tourism company, sunk to a 1.1 billion euro loss in its third quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic stopped it providing holidays, and said it had made progress with a cost cutting programme.
TUI has reached an agreement with the German government on an additional aid package worth 1.2 billion euros ($1.4 billion) to provide sufficient liquidity, the tour operator said on Wednesday as the company is hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Germany-based holiday company TUI said it agreed a sale and leaseback deal for five new Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft with BOC Aviation, raising $226 million to help boost its finances.
Travel company TUI <TUIGn.DE> <TUIT.L> said it will shut 166 stores in the UK and Ireland in response to the downturn in travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic, in a move which will lead to more losses in the battered sector.
Travel company TUI said it will shut 166 stores in the UK and Ireland in response to the downturn in travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic, in a move which could lead to some job losses.
Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.