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Falcon Promotes Carol Anne O’Neill and Adds Kos

Falcon Promotes Carol Anne O’Neill and Adds Kos

Falcon Holidays, part of the TUI Group, has appointed Carol Anne O’Neill as head of its operations in Ireland.

The Falcon "girl power taem2 of Antoinette Young,Carol Ann O'Nill ,helen Carron and Cahrlotte Bremner.

Falcon’s ‘girl power team’: Antoinette Young, Carol Ann O’Neill, Helen Caron, and Charlotte Bremner

 

The announcement was made at the launch of the tour operator‘s Summer 2015 programme; the comprehensive 308-page brochure covers all of the traditional destinations. The company has added Kos, the third largest of the Greek Dodecanese Islands. The Greek Islands have been growing in popularity with Irish holiday makers.

Speaking at the launch, Carol Anne O‘Neill said: “We are delighted to announce Kos as a new destination for 2015.”

Falcon now offers 14 Splash World resorts in its sunshine destinations, which will include Kos.

Online check-in will become available for summer 2015 flights with Thomson Airways.

Falcon Holidays has really embraced the social media, their red envelope campaign being a case in point.

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