To offer some much-needed sunshine as temperatures drop and Brits are asked to stay at home, British Airways is launching its latest sunshine campaign.
The airline is offering great value flights and holiday packages for travel throughout 2021 to hot destinations across its network, including the Canary Islands, the Caribbean, the Seychelles, Florida and Dubai.
The airline’s flexible booking policy offers no change fees, or a voucher exchange, for bookings made during the sunshine campaign. Customers can book with absolute confidence knowing they can move their flights or holiday should their plans change, as long as their initial travel dates are before the end of August 2021.*
Included in the great prices is a seven-night beach break with flights and hotel from just £219 per person (pp) to Lanzarote or Tenerife in the Canary Islands in March 2021. Meanwhile, those craving Portuguese sun can jet off to the Algarve for a seven-night stay including flights from £199pp, also for travel in March next year.
For sun worshippers wanting to sink their toes in Caribbean beaches, a beautiful seven-night hotel stay and flights is available from just £599pp to Saint Lucia in June 2021. Alternatively, customers can choose a seven-night stay and flights to St Kitts from £619pp for travel in May 2021. Barbados may also tempt many sun-seekers with a £599pp seven-night stay and flights for travel in June 2021.
Customers dreaming of swimming in the Indian Ocean can do so with a seven-night stay (including flights and hotel) to the Seychelles in June 2021 from just £999pp. Alternatively, customers can sip on tropical cocktails in Mauritius with a seven-night stay and flights from £729pp in the same month.
British Airways Holidays is also offering a three-night stay and flights from £419pp for travel on selected dates to Florida in April and May next year, for fans of the ultimate ‘Sunshine State’.
And finally, customers can take World Traveller flights to Dubai for a minimum of three days from £334 return on selected dates up until June 2021.
Andrew Brem, British Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer, said: “As we edge into the winter months and Brits are asked to stay at home, we know our customers are looking forward to booking warm holidays to get away and soak up some sun.
“It’s been quite a year, and our very special prices reflect that. With travel dates available in 2021 we’d encourage people to make the most of these special prices and jet off on a well-deserved break.”