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Crystal Ski and Lakes to Become Part of TUI

Crystal Ski and Lakes to Become Part of TUI

Crystal Ski and Lakes & Mountains will become part of TUI UK and Ireland, alongside well-known holiday brands Falcon and Thomson

The award-winning ski specialist is currently part of TUI’s Specialist Holiday Group, which
TUI Group confirmed it is preparing to dispose of. However, Crystal Ski and Crystal Lakes &
Mountains will not form part of the disposal, and the well-known brand will have a new home
within existing TUI UK and Ireland business operations alongside Falcon and Thomson.

Ray Scully

Ray Scully, Managing Director, Crystal Holidays

Ray Scully, Managing Director, Crystal Ski and Lakes and Mountains in Ireland, will continue to lead
his team of experts to deliver memorable holidays for customers. He will continue to report to
Tamsin Todd, Managing Director of Crystal Ski Holidays and Thomson Lakes & Mountains in the UK.
Ray said: “This marks a new and exciting era for our business here in Ireland. We have evolved Crystal over the past 19 years to take Irish customers to a huge range of destinations, and providing exciting holiday experiences for our customers through our expert staff and market-leading mobile technology and service. This new chapter will provide a firm platform for innovation and growth, and superb career opportunities for our staff.”

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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