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FAQs about flying with Tunisair Express

  • What is Tunisair Express' carry-on size allowance?

    On board Tunisair Express flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x35x25cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Tunisair Express assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.

  • Where does Tunisair Express fly to?

    Tunisair Express offers direct flights to 7 cities in 3 different countries. Tunis, Luqa, and Naples are the most popular cities covered by Tunisair Express.

  • What is Tunisair Express’ primary hub?

    Tunisair Express concentrates most of its flight operations in Tunis.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on Tunisair Express flights?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine, meaning that we continuously look across the web to find the best deals for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from all airlines, including Tunisair Express.

  • What’s the cheapest route that Tunisair Express flies?

    In the last 72 hours, the cheapest route flown by Tunisair Express found on KAYAK was from Tunis to Houmt Souk, with a price of AED 533 for a round-trip.

  • What are the most popular airports for Tunisair Express flights to depart from?

  • Is Tunisair Express part of an airline alliance?

    No, Tunisair Express is not part of an airline alliance.

  • How many destinations does Tunisair Express fly to?

    In total, Tunisair Express flies to 7 destinations.

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Tunisair Express customer reviews

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OkayBased on 10 verified guest reviews
5.7Entertainment
7.2Crew
6.4Boarding
6.4Comfort
5.4Food

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2.0 Poor
DJE-TUN
We bought tickets for a flight on Saturday. When our plans changed, I tried to change the flight to Sunday. Repeated attempts to reach the airline by phone and email got no response. I had no choice but to buy another ticket for Sunday. Now I’m trying to get a refund for the unused ticket and, once again, absolutely no response whatsoever from the airline. I’ll have to dispute the charge with my credit card and see what happens.
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10.0 Wonderful
MLA-TUN
Clean plane. Flight departed late and we had to find out all information by checking on the Departures board (no announcement)
A
6.0 Okay
SFA-TUN
On time
V
8.8 Very Good
MLA-TUN
Cons:They boarded early, so it was a little stressful getting to the gate in time. The food was ok (little tuna and cheese sandwiches).
S
4.0 Mediocre
MLA-TUN
You’re on your own with this airline. Our first flight was from Djerba to Malta, with a stop and plane change in Tunis. After collecting our bags in Tunis, we found the check in counter for the follow on flight. Approaching the counter, we were told it wouldn’t open for another 2 hours. We waited and finally checked our bags. Nobody told us the boarding gate was in an entirely different part of the airport. Luckily, some passing stranger told us we were in the wrong place and we had to sprint across the terminal to make our flight. On our flight from Malta to Tunis, the boards at the airport said a 12:30 departure time for our flight, with a 12:00 boarding time. Luckily, we hung around the boarding gate because they announced final boarding at 11:30 and closed the doors at 11:45!
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8.0 Very Good
TUN-MLA
Pros:It was a great short flight. The crew was attentive, and everything went smoothly once we were on the plane.
Cons:The flight was unexpectedly delayed, and it took a while to board the plane.

Tunisair Express flight status

Wed 7/24

Tunisair Express route map – Which destinations does Tunisair Express fly to?

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All Tunisair Express flight routes

Flight no.Departure airportArrival AirportDurationSunMonTueWedThuFriSat
11Houmt Souk (DJE)Tunis (TUN)1h 0m
10Tunis (TUN)Houmt Souk (DJE)1h 0m
1300Tunis (TUN)Luqa (MLA)1h 10m
1301Luqa (MLA)Tunis (TUN)1h 10m
1759Palermo (PMO)Tunis (TUN)1h 0m
1758Tunis (TUN)Palermo (PMO)1h 0m
31Tozeur (TOE)Tunis (TUN)1h 10m
1761Catania (CTA)Tunis (TUN)1h 15m
1760Tunis (TUN)Catania (CTA)1h 15m
30Tunis (TUN)Tozeur (TOE)1h 10m
1731Naples (NAP)Tunis (TUN)1h 45m
1730Tunis (TUN)Naples (NAP)1h 45m
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Tunisair Express contact information

Overview of Tunisair Express

While this airline primarily operates domestic flights within its base country of Tunisia, it also services trips to other international destinations, primarily in Europe. Depending on where you would like to visit, you can go to countries like Malta, France, and Italy.

Tunisair Express offers two travel classes that passengers can choose from for the majority of their flights: Economy and Business. A standard Economy ticket provides a free checked bag, the option of bringing a carry-on, and basic non-alcoholic beverages, while Business Class gives travelers spacious seats that provide additional legroom, free alcoholic drinks, and complimentary access to the airline lounge while waiting for the flight to board.

Despite the fact that this company is not part of an air alliance nor does it have codeshare agreements with other airlines, it does share connections with other businesses. For example, this airline is a subsidiary of Tunisair, a company that is known for being the flag carrier of Tunisia and for operating many international trips.

Tunisair Express’ fleet consists of three different planes, all of which are either ATR or Bombardier. The ATR 72-500 is the aircraft that the airline chooses to use the most frequently, as it is ideal for small to medium-range flights and can fit up to 70 passengers. For longer and more populated flights, the Bombardier CRJ-900 is generally used instead due to the fact that it can hold up to 88 passengers and is better equipped for flying long distances. The ATR 72-600 is similar to the ATR 72-500, but has a slightly higher passenger capacity.

Tunisair Express information

IATA codeUG
Routes12
Top routeLuqa to Tunis
Airports served7
Top airportTunis Carthage

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