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Falcon Holidays Introduces Two New Routes

Falcon Holidays Introduces Two New Routes

Falcon Holidays has just launched its latest summer 2014 holiday brochure. Research by Falcon has shown that the customer likes to view all the options online and then book with a travel agent.

The Falcon team of Charlotte Brenmer, Helen Caron,Carol Anne O'Neill and Antoinette Young.

The Falcon team of Charlotte Brenmer, Helen Caron, Carol Anne O’Neill and Antoinette Young.

2014 has brought with it two new destinations from Falcon – Ibiza and Rhodes – available to Irish holidaymakers direct from Dublin Airport. With new Holiday Village, SuneoClub and Falcon Kid’s Club properties available in Ibiza and a Holiday Village, SplashWorld Resort and SuneoClub on offer in Rhodes, Falcon’s summer 2014 programme will leave families spoilt for choice when planning their summer holiday abroad, especially with the range of early booking offers and discounts available.

A growing trend is the all-inclusive board basis, with entertainment (depending on the accommodation booked), all included in the price of the holiday. Falcon offers a wide range of upgrades from self-catering or half board to all-inclusive, which are available across the summer 2014 programme.

Helen Caron, Director of Ireland, Falcon Holidays, said: “January is traditionally  a busy booking period as many people like to beat the New Year blues by booking a summer holiday that they can immediately start looking forward to and we are seeing the New Year get off to a brisk start. There are many reasons for Irish holidaymakers to book early, especially with the great range of savings, free child places and other early booking offers available.

“2014 is shaping up to be a really exciting year for Falcon with our new destinations – Ibiza and Rhodes – available direct from Dublin Airport. Our differentiated product offerings such as Holiday Villages and SplashWorld Resorts ensure we can provide our customers with added value and a totally exclusive holiday experience. This range of differentiated product continues to grow and offers an even wider choice to customers. A growing trend is the demand for the all-inclusive board basis as it allows customers to budget for their holiday safe in the knowledge that their food and drinks are paid for before departure, enabling them to manage their budget in advance.”

 

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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