2009 News - Flights - Monarch gets set for busiest summer get-away
21 07 2009
- UK airports set to handle 260,000 scheduled Monarch passengers –
Award-winning low fares airline Monarch is gearing up for its busiest summer get-away ever as the schools break up for summer, with 260,000 passengers booked to travel at the beginning of the school holidays*.
Despite the current economic downturn, depressed Brits are fleeing the unpredictable British weather in favour of more reliable sunshine hotspots with Malaga on the Costa del Sol proving to be the most popular getaway from the UK. This is closely followed by Faro in the Algarve and Alicante on the Costa Blanca, where temperatures are set to reach a sizzling 39 degrees this weekend and the sunshine guaranteed!
If you haven’t yet booked your summer holiday escape it’s not too late to grab a great deal to the sun with Monarch – just visit www.monarch.co.uk for a huge range of great value flights, holidays, accommodation options and more.
Monarch operates scheduled flights to Spain, Gibraltar, Portugal and Cyprus from Birmingham, London Gatwick, London Luton and Manchester airports. In addition to year-round low fares, Monarch also offers a unique range of tasty hot and cold meals onboard with prices from £3.00. To enable customers to select where in the cabin they sit and ensure that families and groups sit together, seats can be pre-booked at £7.50 per one-way flight, or from only £15, extra-legroom seats are available, which offer up to six inches of extra space.
Passengers travelling on scheduled flights can also avoid the queues at the airport and take advantage of online check-in which is available between seven days and 4.5 hours prior to departure.
In addition to flights, Monarch also now offers a huge range of great value holidays, accommodation options, car hire and travel insurance.
For further information or to book Monarch flights, Monarch Holidays or Monarch Hotels, please visit www.monarch.co.uk.
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*Figures for passengers booked to travel between 16 July and 02 August 2009Previous Page