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Balkan Ski Announces Winter Programme ex-Belfast and ex-Dublin

Balkan Ski Announces Winter Programme ex-Belfast and ex-Dublin

Balkan Ski, part of Belfast-based Travel Solutions, has launched its winter season for 2017, with a 50% increase in capacity for ski packages from Belfast. It has also announced that prices will be held at 2016 prices, its ‘Learn to Ski’ packages will start from £499 fully inclusive, and the newly introduced ski holidays to Bulgaria direct from Dublin start from €699 fully inclusive.

Balkan Ski, which is Ireland’s only direct ski flight to Bulgaria, offers three resorts at Pamporovo, Bansko and Borovets, as well as Poiana Brasov in Romania. Each resort offers a wide choice of runs for all standards of skier, stunning scenery, a range of hotels, and extra resort activities.

Roberto Comsa, Balkan Ski Manager, said: “We are determined to bring more affordable skiing holidays to those who want to experience this type of holiday. Our Learn to Ski packages have proven a great hit on our Belfast departures and we are delighted to have introduced similar value from the Republic of Ireland with a new programme from Dublin. We are already taking strong bookings for all our dates and are looking forward to a great season.”

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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