WHILE holidays might be off the cards for the rest of the year, you can look ahead to 2021 and book a trip abroad with amazing deals on offer.
You can fly to Thailand for just £387 return, with dates in the February half-term.
The UK currently advises against all but essential travel, and Thailand is yet to resume flights for international tourists.
However, travel experts are advising Brits to look at holidays in 2021, when the pandemic is likely to be over.
The cheap flights are from Manchester Airport to Bangkok with Singapore Airlines, and there are also dates in March 2021 as well which you can book here.
You’ll have to stop over in Singapore Airport, but the 17 hour flight is also a flexible ticket.
This means that if the flight is unable to go ahead due to coronavirus, then you will be able to get a credit note or a refund.
If you want a package holiday, with hotels included as well as your flights, there are even more cheap deals.
LoveHolidays are offering 10-night trips to Thailand from just £477 per person, including a hostel and flights, when travelling in February.
A trip to Phuket will set you back just £505pp for 10 nights and flights – and LoveHolidays also let you pay a deposit of just £98 per person and you can pay the rest later.
Fancy a bit more luxury? On the Beach have a four-star hotel on offer, with 10 nights and flights for £620pp when travelling from London Stansted.
Both tour operators are also ABTA-protected, meaning you will get a full refund if your holiday doesn’t go ahead.
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