Cool holiday offer for UAE residents this summer
Dubai, July 2, 2011
Holiday Factory, a leading tour operator in the UAE, has announced 'the most affordable summer deals' for the UAE residents to escape the scorching heat and chill away in Istanbul, Prague, Paris, Maldives and Thailand.
Holiday Factory said its offers start from prices as low as Dh1290 ($351) to Turkey, Dh2500 to Prague, Dh3700 to Paris, Dh4,500 to Maldives and Dh2580 to Thailand, making it 35-40 per cent cheaper.
These are among the 23 destinations in Asia, Europe, Indian Ocean and the Middle East that Holiday Factory offers this summer, said a senior official.
“We are overwhelmed with the way the people of UAE have had confidence in us. We feel honored to cater to the ever growing mid-level income group and assist them in their travel needs,” stated Hakan Bakar, CEO, Holiday Factory.
With numerous bookings received since its operations began in mid-May, the five destinations - Istanbul, Prague, Paris, Maldives and Thailand- were the most favorable with over 50 per cent of the people enquiring on these.
“During the present difficult times, customers are more judicious in choosing their holidays and look for one that fits in their pocket without compromising on quality,' said Bakar.
'We received a positive response from customers for our introductory Istanbul offer at a unheard price of Dh1290 to include return flights, hotel, return airport transfers, services of a tour representative and all taxes.'
'This has encouraged us to extend our offer for travel between 17 and 31 July with the same price,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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