01 December 2020 3 nights from Gatwick priced from £185 per person
03rd December 2020 3 nights from Stansted priced from £289 per person
01st December 2020 departing from Stansted priced from £239 per person
14th December 3 nights from Manchester priced from £255 per person
‘Three quarters of Brits expect to holiday in 2020’
The British public’s appetite for travel has not been diminished by the coronavirus pandemic, new research suggests.
Analysis by Holiday Extras has found 25% of people have already booked a flight, 75% believe they will go on holiday this year and 23% of those who have travelled in the last three months would board the first plane the government deems safe.
The figures were taken from a poll of 1,000 people this month.
“What people get from booking a holiday isn’t just the holiday itself – it’s planning it and looking forward to it – and now more than ever people have time to make plans and need something to look forward to as soon as this is all over,” said Seamus McCauley, head of communications at Holiday Extras.
“Airlines bringing their winter schedules forward so that people can book now is sensible for those looking ahead to the end of the current crisis. It also gives everyone something to look forward to.
“I expect the first thing people will want to do when all of this is over is hop on a plane and get right back to seeing the world.”
Taken from TTG Travel Industry news 26/03/20
Here is Maggie receiving her latest award for moving up to a Platinum Canada Specialist with First Class Holidays – Maggie is also one of 25 Canada specialist in the whole of the UK!! Look no further if you need anything Canada, speak to Maggie!
Just wanted to say thank you so much for all your effort in organising our fantastic holiday to Costa Rica. Continue reading
7 night stay in a Disney Area Executive 4 Bedroom Villa, Gatwick flights with Virgin Atlantic, based on travel 6th March 2020 – Priced from £479 per person
Dubai EXPO 2020
A huge exhibition is coming to Dubai 20 Oct 2020 – 10 April 2021.
History – The Expo was first set up in 1851 by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert who built Crystal Palace (not the football club) for the first exhibition. The Eiffel Tower (1889), movies with sound (1905), first phone (1876), first TV broadcast (1939) were all showcased first in the world expo exhibitions.
Where is it – The 1080 acre site will be in the Dubai South district between Dubai and Abu Dhabi (just by Jebel Ali)
What’s there – Its 173 days of food, music, culture and tech (6 months). There will be 192 participating countries each with their own pavilions. Over 200 food outlets – mixture of street food to haute cuisine. 60 events every day (musical acts, comedy and theatre productions). 100s of pavilions with interactive exhibitions. The UK’s pavilion is centred around artificial intelligence. The UAE’s pavilion will showcase its mission to land on Mars in 2021. Beethoven’s music performed by robots in Germany’s pavilion. For kids – 3D printing to build your own robot workshops
Changes to Dubai – 2020 metro line being built to connect main points in Dubai to the expo site. Plus of course there are more hotels and roads being built for the extra visitors expected. The huge increase in building work which has been taking place in Dubai over the past few years is mainly to increase rooms for this Expo, so the plan is to have everything finished and up and running by next October.
They have created a great video to showcase some of the pavilions and ideas: https://youtu.be/z3PdVAviXfg
I was very lucky to be invited on a Fam with Mr India himself, Nikhil Chibbler from ITC. I was going to travel around Rajasthan staying in 5 star hotels and luxury Tented accommodations. Experiencing some of the wonders of India, so very excited to be going!!!