Tui Airways has unveiled an online tool to discover the most popular and least favoured destinations booked by holidaymakers across the UK.

Called Where Does the UK Holiday?, the web link uses information from thousands of bookings and reveals that people from Bristol are most likely to go on a long-haul holiday.

Barbados is favoured by travellers from Birmingham, while those from Leeds are least likely to visit the destination.

The tool has been unveiled as staff at Tui Airways’ 22 bases prepare to take almost two million holidaymakers overseas during the next six weeks.

Further research by the airline shows that English breakfast tea is the most popular drink for customers, who will drink enough cuppas over the summer season to fill an estimated 920 bath tubs.

Beer is the favourite alcoholic drink, while ham-and-cheese toasties and Pringles are the most popular snacks.

Dawn Wilson, Tui Airways’ managing director, said: “We have over 300 new cabin crew taking to the skies this summer. It’s important for us to know what our customers enjoy once on board and it was quite enlightening to learn that it’s a good old-fashioned cup of tea that leads the way.

“For those who are still deciding where to holiday and in need of a little inspiration, our great new online tool will help them to see where customers are booking their holidays, giving plenty of ideas for a last-minute summer break.”

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