FAMILIES can start looking ahead to their next holiday, as TUI launches their winter 2021 and summer 2022 holidays.
Trips up to two years in advance will be available to book by November 5, with deposits from just £75.
Winter 2021 holidays, which already include 52 destinations such as Cancun, Jamaica and Tenerife, can be booked now with two new flights to Cape Verde from the UK being added, along with more flights to existing routes.
According to a study conducted by the tour operator, more than half of TUI customers are looking to book a Mediterranean beach holiday for summer 2021.
The increase in demand has led to the early release of summer 2022, for those looking even further ahead.
Winter 2021/2022 holidays
- Three nights in Iceland with return flights and bed and breakfast – from £515pp
- Day trips to Lapland – from £475 per kid or £625 per adult
- Seven nights all-inclusive in Turkey with return flights – from £549pp
Summer 2022 holidays
- 14 nights at Universal Resort in Florida with return flights – from £1,615pp
- 14 nights in Florida with return flights – from £1,435pp
- Seven nights in three-bedroom Algarve villa with private pool and return flights – from £430pp
- Seven nights in four-bedroom Corfu villa with private pool and return flights- from £530pp
Destinations such as Greece, Turkey, and Egypt are the most popular, although only Greece remains open to Brits at this time.
Florida, one of the most popular summer destinations due to Disney World and Universal Orlando, will also be on sale for summer 2022, with 40 per cent of Florida holidays for summer 2021 already sold.
The holiday offerings will include 62 destinations in summer 2022, flying from 16 airports in the UK.
Richard Sofer, Commercial & Business Development Director at TUI said: “Our latest customer survey and booking patterns for next summer indicate that the great British public are looking forward to future holidays even more so as they may have been unable to take one this year.
"This is why we have launched our future holiday programmes through to the end of October 2022, so that families and couples alike can plan ahead to next year and beyond to make informed choices about what will make their perfect holiday from the wide range we have on offer."
Travel experts are advising booking next years holiday already, with demand expected to bump prices up or see popular destinations sell out.
PC Agency's Paul Charles previously told Sun Online Travel: "Travel agencies are needing some money to tide them over, so they are offering some very good deals right now.
"I think now is the time to book because you’ll guarantee decent prices before hypothetically they rise closer to next summer."
Jet2 and TUI have already launched their summer 2021 schedule due to demand, meaning a holiday in 2022 may be the only option soon.
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